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We rather enjoyed the experi- ence of being the oldest class al Ahhot while the Seniors were off at Intervale. The news reports were our entire responsibility. . .a trying experience sometimes. The silent but barely repressed levity on the part of our audience was often disconcerting as we stum- bled over Russian names that sounded like violent sneezing. Abbot ' s Birthday Bazaar was another milestone in our history. We all got terrific brainstorms over our booths and madly sorted change the rest of the time. Some of that money would go to sick and needy students in other parts of the world. We managed the distribution and sewing for the Hindman Christ- mas dolls. . .a field day for our Betsv Rosses. OFFICERS (SECOND.SEMESTER I President, Cooper Vice-President, Kenah Secretary, Tarares Treasurer, Young Middlers Third Row: Grimshaw, Kinney, Shidze, . . Hall, Taylor, Hildreth, Elliot, Lunt Second Row: Cookman, Tarares, Wallis, P. Barnard, Voss, Farrar Front Row: M. Sinclaire, Koines, Sears, Sarolea Third Row: Schauffler, Zuckerman, N. Carroll, Bigelow, Jenkins, Sdden, Erdmann, Ogden • ( Second Row: Dake, Russell, Douglass, " Sides, Davis, England, Parker Front Row: Ball, Barber, Miller, Kay, F. Brumbaek 43
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Second Row: Macartney, Marlmt, Jackson, Robinson, Adkins, Hughes, •- ' . Dignan, Cooper, Hammond Front Row: Herrera, B. Dignan, Dubois, Whitaker, Rich, McConnel Senior- OFFICERS (FIRST SEMESTER) President, Lackey Vice-President, Hughes Secretary, Davis Treasurer, Ball Third Row: Bisgood, Nolle, Young, Muessel, Kenah Second Row: Jones, Booth, DeLong, Hellier Front Row: Stone, Frank We, the old girls of the Senior- Mid Class, came back this fall looking forward to the new year. There would be the Prom, and there would be vacancies in Fidelio for us to fill, and the Senior places at tables at the end of the year when the Seniors had moved to their own tables, and a number of other hearten- ing privileges. Besides, there would be new Senior-Mids com- ing into our group with whom we would eventually graduate. We greeted a large number of new classmates, as a matter of fact, who very soon became part of us. One of these new additions was elected our president for the second -semester term of office. We chose a special shade of red for our class sweaters which we proudly wore for the first time, according to a long-standing tradition, to the Senior play. 42
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Jimior-Middlers 1ST SEMESTER President Jefferx Vice-President WodUerton Secretary Pendleton Treasurer Pendleton XD SEMESTER II iHilrerton Merrick Black- Blwt: The Junior-Mids enjoyed the privilege of going to the Prom this vear, the second vear we have been included, and so we feel that we have come up in the world. And that extra fiftv cents in our weeklv allowance means a lot to us too! We joined the Senior-Mids and the Juniors in dressing dolls for the Hindman Settlement, and felt a twinge of pride when the letter was read in chapel expressing the chil- dren ' s gratitude for the Christinas boxes we had sent. We were also included in the lists of those giving the news of current events in chapel even though our knees shook. A- we complete this year ' s work as Junior-Mids and become up- perclassmen, " we shall remember the fun we had as the " in-between " class. It will be even more fun being Senior-Mids next year. Third Row: Smith, Wooleerton, Jefferx, Herrera Second Row: Merrick, Pendleton, Olney Front Row: Xeuhall, Black, Hawkins 
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