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Page 49 text:
You who are about to succeed us, we salute you! All year long you ' ve bought our secondhand books and have made us realize that we soon will be " old stuff. " Soon all our front rooms, parlor, Intervale, lights, and college confusion will be yours. Gleeful shouts of the Senior Mids re-echo in the corridors, and Sherman and Home- stead tremble beneath your din. Complica- tions set in when Chaucer and long Thanksgiving and Christmas verses came upon the scene. You gave plays so impres- sive that we got a slight crimp in our ego, realizing that all would be far from lost with the exodus of the Class of ' 40. En- viously you watched us go off to Intervale, lent us extra ski pants, and had your first experience at pie-cutting and being the " oldies. " You received our madly en- thusiastic postcards and thought with ec- stasy of the Intervale to come. Midyears over and the byword seemed to be " I ' ll never get to be a Senior. " Streams of hopefuls invaded Miss Sweeney ' s office to talk college. Some former pea- green preps became peagreen Senior Mids when your class sweaters were first worn. Oh! such has been your pride in at last possessing these distinguished garments that we fear said garments will be worn to tatters come the year ' 41 ! You must have felt sort of bouncy inside when at long last you marched into Davis Hall for the Senior Play and sported a jubilant new song along with your new sweaters. Prom came along with the forsythia, and many was the snappy Senior Mid who " swang " happily far into the night. Your picnic, amid hamburgers and hilarity, is now behind you; with impres- sive ceremony you have received the Sen- ior Parlor as your own. Final exams and college boards will soon be things of the past. Ivy planting and the Parting Hymn found you deep in reverie. May your Sen- ior year be as joyous as ours has been, and may it come to a safe and successful con- clusion! Back Row: McClellan, McCreery, Harvey, Scammon, Shields, Poynter, Grieco, Little, Eccles, Gerrish, Packard Front Row: Mills, Fiske, Rafton, Bondy, Moody, Stott, Harris, Philbin, D. White, E. White, Margery Martin, Maytag 
Page 48 text:
SENIOR-MID CLASS THE SONG OF THE CLASS OF ' 41 Classmates stand together Class of ' 41 Fair or stormy weather Our Abbot life has been a lot of fun Loyal to her standards Till our job is done Back Row: Harvey, Waterhouse, Mills, E. Fowler, Jones Front Row: Long, Hartwell, McCreery In the future we ' ll be singing Betsy Fowler and Emily Mills were the And her P raises wiU be rin g in g Senior-Mid presidents; Sue Long and Jo Class of ' 4.1 ' Hartwell the vice presidents; Addie Water- house and Jessie McCreery the secretaries; Dorothy Harvey and Dorie Jones the treasurers. Back Row: C. Hill, Woodman, Mary Martin, Tyer, Rabling, Campbell, Purcell, Nelson, Colder, Waterhouse, Waugh,Hosford Front Row: List, Whiltier, Knox, Biart, Means, Sommer, Kelley, Towne, Boynton, Hartwell, Jones, Long, E. Fowler 
Page 50 text:
Back Row: fitting, M. Dean, Finneran, Rathbone Front Row: Davey, Beach, Stuart, Tuttle JUNIOR-MID CLASS You find yourselves in the " neither hay nor grass " state, don ' t you? Neither babes nor hags, you seem to be in a divine realm of ' ' in-between " with lots of fun and little to worry about. Your tea dance went off amid hair-bows and heartbeats, and everyone seemed " happy about the whole thing. " You study American literature and puzzle over parallelograms. And between your social and your academic obligations you have time throughout the year for contemplations of whom to take to Prom next year and of how becoming yellow sweaters are apt to be. Five years you plan to spend in learning to be either delightfully domestic or leisurely learned. Soon — all t oo soon — you will have College Boards and decisions about " the next step " on your hands, so be happy and carefree while you may! Who ' s Who among the Junior Mids: Presidents— Jane Davey and Harriet Beach; Vice Presidents — Margaret Stuart and Ann Zeitung; Secretaries — Mary Ellen Finneran and Marjorie Dean; Treasurers — Lucia Tuttle and Ruth Rathbone. Back Row: eitung, Craig, England, M. Dean, Bolton, Beach, Davey, Lacey, Finneran, Stuart, Tuttle Front Row: B. Hill, Gorsuch, Smithers, Winslow, B. Wilson, Gourley, Rathbone, Jamieson 
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