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" A Little Bit of Heaven ' After all the patient (?) years of waiting — Intervale! Will we ever forget it? The suspense of that four-hour trip would have killed us if it hadn ' t been for the popcorn and the crazy bridge hands plus the fact that each hill got bigger and bigger ' til finally (ranmore raised its vicious head. (Oh! little did we know!!) And by the time we ' d relayed our- selves to the Inn, we were more than ready for the first of those many divine, enormous meals. Then Cranmore!! All of Miss Carpenter ' s assurances back in the comfortable Claremont flew out of our heads. We were weak! Jaws dropped, goggles were ad- justed, and some frantically bought tickets for the " half-way mark. " But it looked cruel and wicked! They certainly loved us that day — sprawling forms clut- tering up the slope and sitz-marks dotting the trail. We had fun, but don ' t forget those fabulous les- sons from the tall blond — not that they helped ! ! ! The movie that night was good for laughs — Twinkle Watts et al. Then bed — with the day-scholars ' hair in rags and Bee ' s frantic gong ringing through the halls. Then quiet??? Wednesday: Esther ' s pick-ups, Miss Hearsey ' s evening reading, the marshmallows and Levi ' s col- lect telephone call. And Thursday morning Miss Hearsey saying that she " ' had meant to ski, but the snow and wind were just too much! " At least the storm was a blessing to somebody! The trip back was hyste rical : bridge again, making and frantic learning of our songs, and the mad rush to get off the train. No, we never will forget Intervale ! 
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" Paths to the classrooms first " January 11 — Sign on bulletin board. " Lost two boys. One black, one white. White in canvas traveling bag. Black has initials. Please claim. Hereafter check all luggage. " January 19 — Miss Roth: " What was the movie made about Andrew Jackson? " Bettv Graves: " Oh, you mean ' Wilson? ' " January 26-29 — We stagger through Critical Period. January 27 — Abbot white has gone to War. Leavitt revolutionizes literarv world. THE NEW BLUE COU- RANTUM January S()-February 1 — Intervale. Need we say more? February 9 — Blizzard hits Andover. Phillips shovels us out (for a nom- inal fee) . February 11 — Poetry worries. " What are patterns for? " February llf. — Prom invitations. " Sen- ior Promenade Dance. Mile Miss Hearsey. " February 17 — Male shortage (before and after) . March 3 — Molly overcomes Governor Dummer with the polka, but we all wear our boots. Sparkling Burgundy " May I present Newberry Hovde? " " Now as I was saying. . . " [29 1
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