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President: M. L. White Librarian: Pierce Accompanists: Morse, Muessel Fidelio Very shortly after the tryout, the Fidelio list was posted and the 1946-47 season started. We elected Mary Lo White president and Mary Pierce librarian. Later Martha Morse and Marv Muessel were chosen our accompanists. With Mr. Howe as leader, it was not long before strains of familiar Thanksgiving and Christmas hymns rang out from Abbot Hall as Fidelio was preparing to lead the school in the traditional cere- monial singing for these two im- portant events in our school year. At the same time, we were working on our repertoire for the concerts we were to have during the winter and spring terms. . . the first with Governor Duramer and the second with Phillips Ex- eter. Contrary to rumor Governor Dummer arrived with an even larger club than our own. The concert was a great success, and the dance following was the climax of a gay evening. On April 19 we traveled to Exeter for our second concert. The boys gave us a good time, and our part of the concert was better than with Governor Dummer because of the additional time for practice. Spring came, and as is the cus- tom Seniors stepped out, and gave their places to " new Fidelio. " For the Seniors, it was the end of an interesting and enjoyable year of choral work and we would not have missed it for any thing! 
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Forum Back Row: Sharp, Jackson, French, England, Robbins, Chandler Second Row: Flues, Turner, Farror, Booth, Pierce, P. Carroll, Eason Front Row: Bisgood, Humason, Hughes, hunt, Eildreth Everv Friday afternoon at 3:15 Forum meets in the library to dis- cuss current world problems. With the aid of the Misses Bavnes, Grassi, Roth, and Wilkinson, they take all the world ' s responsibilities on their shoulders. After each topic is thoroughly torn apart, the find- ings are presented at an open forum on some Saturday night. Although obviously unable to sat- isfy everyone ' s desires to solve the situation, whatever it may be, the Forums are thought -provoking and worth while. The sixteen members of the choir, under the direction of Miss Friskin, sing at vespers every Sun- day. After church is over down in the village, and after supper in the evening the choir rehearses their anthems in the chapel. Then too, the choir leads the morning chapel service, remaining during the re- cessional while the students and faculty march out. Their outstand- ing contribution at the commence- ment services adds greatly to the dignitv and beauty of these tradi- tional exercises. Choir Back Row: M. L. White, Goddard, N. Barnard, Hughes Second Row: L. ( ' hirers, Lattin, Olneu, Humason, A. Johnson Front Row: Sharp, Lewis, DeLong, J. Broun, J. Hall, Kinney [54
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' Green Stockings " The Abbot Dramatic Society, led by Dee Dee Olivers, has given enjoyment both to its members and to its audiences. " Green Stockings " was an interesting Eng- lish comedv. Ye ' ll always remem- ber Nancv as Celia, not to mention Clem as the tipsy aunt, and the romance of Joyce and Deedee. Mrs. Gray, our director, worked wonders. The Seniors showed their dra- matic ability in Sir James M. Barrie ' s " Quality Street. " Jean was " Phoebe of the ringlets, " and Em was her handsome " follower, " Valentine Brown. Nor will we for- get that " smoking is indeed a A. D. S. ABBOT DRAMATIC SOCIETY Back Row: Macartney, N. Brumback, Hunting- ton Second Row: Kolins, Tread way, ( ' hirers, Presi- dent Front Row: Kay, Adkins, Clemens, Mclror 50
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