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packing was done, we sang our Christmas
table songs, and finished the celebration
with our customary carol sing in the Mc-
Keen Rooms. Next day, after we had slept
a mite and had been awakened by the
chanting choir, we crammed into buses
and cars, and deserted our dorms as we
headed for home!
January seventh we came back to earth
again with much to be done before mid-
years. We were voluntarily "at home"
because of the flu epidemic which, to our
amazement, even kept us away from
church! High on the P.A. hill there was a
flu epidemic also, and calling nights and
the Fidelio concert and dance had to be
cancelled. But the Curtis Beach Marion-
ette show with the big bad wolf and the
mysterious smoking hero cheered us up,
and Margaret Payson Bliss had us almost
rolling in the aisles or reduced to tears as
she gave her monologues. Then came that
fearsome week of midyears after which
the Seniors took off for Intervale and
those who were left behind were allowed
to go to the movies at night, and attended
the Kirsten Flagstad concert in Boston.
To the Seniors, on their return, we sang
"Here they come!
Week end spent at Intervale
And now they're back
To classes, books and morning mail,
And then exam returns
When each one learns-the worst!”