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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 Excerpt: ...seen or heard of in these parts. Grace Eldridge Beach is a person who is never "seen and not heard." Her presence is always made manifest by an easily flowing current of thought, which aims both to amuse and to instruct. Her intellect is charmingly great, her versatility and originality greater. Alice Emeline Belcher might be termed the class Deaconess. We have the greatest admiration for so small a body with so great a soul. Essie Winning Boyd wears a light hat and a dark coat, sits next to Sue in Chapel, and is in Belle's class in Logic, but is seldom called upon. The "board" have been too preoccupied to study further characteristics. Mary Alice Bradford is "par excellence" the class dig. To know is evidently her one aim, and in order to reach the goal of her ambition, she grinds, grinds, grinds. Susan Mary Bradley is small, but how she can write! Poetry--yards and yards of it; songs, chants, serenades and--hymns. It is a great talent to be talented, and not to be overconscious of it withal. That is Susan, quaint, quiet, demure little Sue Bradley of New England. Alice Seymour Browne is chiefly noted for the number of committees to which she belongs, and of which she is the leading member. Her most characteristic phrase is, "I cannot do that, for I have too much to do already." N. B. In this, "soul" means the third conscious element, comprising both brain and spirit--ED. Florence Edna Chamberlain is an extremely rare r individual, who never "flunks", never forgets, and never makes mistakes. Her past has been glorious, her present is even more so, and her future cannot be described, because of the greatness of its possibilities. Jean Dean Cole has never had the wish to see herself as others see her...
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