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Page 55 text:
The Abbot Christian Associa- tion has continued its splendid efforts in helping to bring hap- piness and cheer to many people less fortunate than we. The dolls for Hindman Settlement, the Christinas party for underpriv- ileged children of Andover, and Christinas baskets for the Old Folks ' Home, are examples of how the association works. We see it at Abbot too, in the Old Girl-New Girl party at the open- ing of the year, and in lovely chapel services conducted at in- tervals throughout the year by the Christian Association. A.C.A. unites us and our con- tributions to charitable institu- tions such as the Red Cross, and thus A.C.A. gives us a sincere feeling of having aided in worthy causes. a. c. A. COUNCIL A.C.A. OFFICERS Turner, Secretary; vonGoeben, Vice-President; Eason, President; McLean, Treasurer Abbot Christian Association Back Row: Lindamood, C. Kimberly, Oven, Massie Second Row: Frank, Grimshaw, French, Ball, DuBois Front Row: Turner, vonGoeben, Eason, McLean 
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STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL Back Row: Bowman, Woolverton, Morse, Cooper, Redfield, vonGoeben, Jeffers, Mansfield Front Row: Hamilton, Kimball, Derby, Ritchey, Goddard, President; D. Hall, J. Brown, Eason, Lackey Student Government STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Back Row: D. Hall, Secretary of Student Government; V. Eason, President of A.C.A.; L. Derby, President of A. A. A.; . . Brown, President of the Senior Class Front Row: . . Ritchey, Vice-President of Student Gov- ernment; P. Kimball, Head of Day Scholars; B. Goddard, President of Student Government Around a table in the mys- terious ' room on the fourth floor, ' sit a group of girls in earnest conversation. This is the Student Government Council, headed by Bunty Goddard. Student Government enjoys its part in the administrative affairs of the school. . .in such matters as the Rating System, the election of student officers, and the constant advising with Miss Sweeney and Miss Tuttle where the maintenance of Abbot standards is concerned. The underlying aim in the Student Government Associa- tion is to strengthen democratic processes by awakening in each student a desire to share respon- sibility with and for the group in which she moves. 
Page 56 text:
COURAXT BOARD Back Row: M. E. White, Savage, Mitchell, McLean Front Row: Kreis, Flues, Zuckerman, Robbing, Editor; Sharp, Booth, Gierasch Courant We were all surprised and pleased to find Courant under a new cover this year, and our pleas- ure increased as we read the fine articles, stories, and poetry brought out from new contributors in each number. We realized the great sin- cerity of effort in the long hours of work, the careful reading and re- reading that has produced such a notable magazine. We believe, therefore, that our magazine re- flects the best literary products of which the girls are capable. Credit must be given to the Courant board who, working har- moniouslv and enthusiastically to- ward the inescapable deadline, brought out two laudable issues of our school magazine. 
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