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"The Cradle Tong"
hearsed like fury to become pious nuns as
our play "The Cradle Song" took shape.
Adie, Jo, Janie and Nancy were just a few
who succeeded in bringing tears to our
eyes. Then with hopes and fears, We prac-
ticed Frannie's keen Ring Song which We
sang to the school in the McKeen Rooms
on the momentous night when we received
those long-anticipated heralds of gradua-
tion. These We displayed boastfully to the
"young ones" and twiddled them with
pride in English class! That was really
"Mfzy I introduce-?' '
the beginning ofthe end so soon to come.
Close on the heels of spring vacation
came the Prom, and we kept Western
Union busy arranging for our "Toms,
Dicks and Harrys." Our young hopeful
Romeos started shining on Friday night
at a super-long calling hour, and on Satur-
day we treated them to a luncheon at the
Andover Inn. We observed tea time at
Sunset, guests of Miss Hearsey, and then
came dinner and the dance in the cleverly
gand beautifully camouflaged gym.
Hearty amz' Flo werr”