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Senior-Mid Class Officers First Term : A. Tripp, Vice-President; D. Holbrook, Treasurer; R. Kimball, Secretary; L. Day, President. Senior-Mid Class Officers Second Term-. N. Eubanks, Treasurer; P. Hippie, President; S. Prial, Vice-Pres- ident; W. Ward, Secretary. Front Row: B. White, J. Tatman, C. Reed, M. Moore, N. Smith, P. Wadsworth, S. Water- ous, J. Sweetsir. Middle Row. M. Orr, B. Wells, M. Rothwell, E. Morgan, S. Richmond, M. L. Stiegler, M. Minor, S. Wickham, G. Turner, P. Pearce, J. Warren, G. Titcomb. Back Row: S. Prial, S. Sullivan, A. Woolverton, E. Rulon-Miller, M. Oliver, N. Swift, E. Welles, M. Roth, E. Parker, A. Tripp, W. Ward, L. Pelton, A. Twombly. ■m ' y ■■ 1 _ T ■ _ !■, IjlUir -fflifcfcri 1 L t, .t -»wi i It t
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Front Row- S. Henriquez, D. Holbrook, L. Day, C. Kelton, B. Harrison, M. Emsley, B. Henry. Middle Row-. M. Lupe, L. Johnson, E. Edmonds, P. Hippie, J. Chase, V. Dakin, S. Kauer, G. Callahan, B. Hurd, E. Exerjian, N. Eubanks, S. Knox. Third row.- M. A. Faggiano, F. Fenn, E. MacKinnon, J. Glidden, A. Kubler, R. Kimball, P. Estes, M. Archer, M. deCholnoky, C. Kemper, M. Eastman, L. Dowlin. SENIDR-MIDS One Day Emmet and I took a Tripp on our Boat, the S. S. Senior-mid. As we went Glidden over the Waterous, the Rays of the sun Pearced the clouds, and we Hurd the Mary Caroling Pheobe Birds singing in a nearby Fenn. Swiftly we Chased the Whitecaps out to sea, but a Gail blew up and Knoxed our ship about. Emmet and I Kauered in a corner, our MacKinnontoshes pulled around us to Ward off the rain which was Pelton in our faces. A Minor difficulty, caused by the storm, forced us to use our Orrs, and we soon decided to Turner around. On the distant Harrison we saw Anne island, and 1 Syd to Emmet: " We ' d better head for the Eubanks. " We jumped into our lifeboat and quickly started for shore. Before reaching the Sandy beach, where we Moored our dinghy, we passed through a clump of Reeds. Emmet Luped the painter around a Peg which he found stuck in the sand. As we Marilyn walked along, Emmet exclaimed, " My legs feel rather Twombly from being on the boat so long — let ' s Lele down. " " No, " I said, " we must explore the island in the hope of finding either a Holbrook or a Well. " Soon Emmet, with his viVidi imagination, thought he heard a Hipplepotomus in the brush, but it proved to be a Woolvie drinking from a small stream. He proved to be too Peppy for us, however, and disappeared from our sight. Being hungry, due to the brisk January weather, we proceeded to Prial open, our Wickham lunch basket. Emmet said, " On your Mar-go " and we ravenously devoured the food. Suddenly a Warren came riding up on his Graceful Morgan horse and proceeded to Sue us. He then showed us the no trespassing sign on the Barb-wire fence, and by this time, his Roth and Kemper were aroused. We quickly left the island after paying the Dowlin and all Linded a hand to the oars. The crew Nanced with joy when we reached the deck and thus ended our GOIiver ' s travel. 46
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Front Row : B. Hayes, M. Carter, S. Christy, B. Bradley, L. Cornwall, C. Gaines, P. Bijur. Middle Row: M. Ganem, D. Hallowell, A. Bowden, C. Cooper, H. Hamilton, J. Bradley, K. Earthrowl, E. Edmonds. Back Row: D. Dane, M. Colby, P. Brennan, S. Carr, C. Erick- son, A. Gramkow, N. Cooper, M. Buckley, N. Davison, C. Green, C. Curry. JUNIDRS Eight months and six days ago, the faculty and upperclassmen were blessed with the arrival of a new Junior class. This class was composed of new and old girls of different shapes, sizes, and personalities, and dedicated to the task of upholding the work and " hacking " of Junior classes gone before. Our chief site has been Abbot campus. Other favorite sites have been Ford ' s, P. A., Middlesex, Exeter, Kent, and such scenic places. We have followed the lead of other Junior classes; we have our own familiar sayings, such as, " Oh Bliss, " " Male Mail, " " Come to the party after lights, " " I dibbs the shower, " and " Help me with my argyles " ! We have been divided into four houses— Abbey, Sherman, Draper, and Homestead. We will not be remembered for this, but for our unity as a class. We highly resolve that in the future years, we will continue in this oneness of spirit! 48
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