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Ll-IST WILL AND TEST!-IMENT
I, Tommy Hartis, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to get along with all of my teachers to Jimmy
Beavis and all of my good times in high school to Hugh
I, Bertie Mae Helms, hereby will my love for
Buicks to Doris Gibson, knowing she likes them as
well as I. My good times, I leave to Arnold Greene.
I, Donald Hinson, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to finish school in thirteen years to "Luke."
I, Joyce Hinson, do hereby will and bequeath to
Betty Talbert my ability to get a diamond ring while
still in school.
I, Delano Hobbs, dohereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to.yDonald Marlowe.
I, Jerry Hollar, do hereby will and bequeath mv
fond and cherished memories of Qthese years to my
younger brother, Kenneth. To anpne that likes to
sit, I leave my position on the basketball team.
I, Doris Huneycutt, wishing I had a mind, bequeath
to my "little brother," Hugh Freeze, the privilege to
bequeath something to somebody else when he gets
to be a senior, and to my friend, Janice Earl Dennis,
I give my front seat in Miss Cray's class and my
ability to work harder my senior year than any other.,
I, Bill Howard, will my ability to talk and get awayi
with it to Billy Robinette.
I, Jeweldean Howard, do hereby will and bequeath,
my daring to drive any kind of car with a gang of
girls and have fun, to any girl with the nerve! And to
any girl with the 'ambition to be a secretary, I leave
all the luck which they will need for shorthand!
I, Luther Huffman, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to get along with girls to my brother, Kenneth
Huffman, and my ability to work at the Dixie Home
Stores to Kenneth Stokes, knowing he wants to. ,
I, Betty Jackson, do hereby will and bequeath my
love for basketball and also my position as manager
of the girls' basketball team to Shelia Sasser, who is
a rising junior.
I, Frances Jenkins, do hereby will and bequeath to
Mildred Belcher, a rising sophomore Cwe hopeD, my
ability to eat in the school cafeteria for four years and
not break any milk bottles.
I, Joyce Johnson, do hereby will and bequeath my
place at the lunch counter at Mann's to Phyllis Bent-
ley, Faye Lipe, Nancy Payne and June Curley, and
to Emily Caraway and Ray Murphy, I leave my love
for class rings.
I, Bobby Julian, do hereby will and bequeath my
false 'teeth to Benny Wright, knowing that he will
probably 'need them sooner or later.
Class of '51
o ' 9
Kannapolis, N. C.
To The Class of 'SI
"IN STEP WITH STYLE"
"Fashions Designed With You
JUNIORS AND MISSES