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Miss Hearsey and Tinker chaperoning Resting after fun maintaining the high standards of Abbot. The first Saturday back at school was brightened considerably by the traditional Old Girl-New Girl Picnic at Pomp ' s, when group singing, girls falling into the pond, and baseball, with Miss Hearsey pitching, were the highlights of the day. That night " bluejeans " escorted " skirts " to the A.C.A. party for new girls. The school was divided into groups, and each group asked to depict, with the aid of newspapers and pins, a nation- ally known figure. Admiral Byrd, complete with snowshoes and hood, I ' mm! Food! was easily the winner. A floor show by old-girl talent, doughnuts, cider and " Good Night Ladies " completed the evening. 
Page 49 text:
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL Left to Right: Dean, Bacon, Bertucio, Bates, Manning, England, M. Hill, Fowler, Clark, Tuomey, MacDonald, Menschik, Hubbard, Roomer, B. Hill Student Government, headed by Sue Bates, and made up of the various organization leaders, successfully voiced the opinions, suggestions and needs of the students, forming a strong link between students and faculty. All feel indebted to the Council members for their help in Digging in
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After this happy day of getting acquainted, new and old settled down to a more routine life, interspersed with helping Miss Woolley with tulip bulbs in the new garden, Senior breakfasts at Kirkshire, and Saturday luncheon rides, canoe trips and nose- bag walks. Then on one of the last sizzling days before fall set in the Seniors were off for Ipswich and their long anticipated picnic. They walked barefooted on the sand, saw the bus drivers go wading, watched the full moon rise over the water, ate divine food around the fire, and as the embers died away they sang -...,■. Come spring — come tulips all the best loved songs. Then back to school and corridor stunts in their honor in Davis Hall. Very early in the year the Abbot Stuffed with a Kirkshire breakfast Careful! Picnics are more fun with food! 
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