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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
my faithfulness to the team to my brother, Gerald,
win or lose.
I, Kenneth Huffman, do hereby will and bequeath to
Joe Leonard, my ability to get along with all my
teachers. To my sister, Genelia Huffman, I leave all
my good times in high school.
I, June Jarrett, do hereby will and bequeath my good
times at Cannon High to my sister, Janice, a rising
junior Cif she lives through LatinD, and my position
on the Editorial Staff of the CANNON REPORT.
I, Charles Ketner, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to my brother, Dewey, and sister,
Eloiseg my monitor post to Jimmy Dishman, and my
good times in old Cannon High to Artie'tKlutz.
I, Swann King, being of sound mindC?D Cit's a known
fact that I have the bodyj, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to finish high school in Afour years to
Reginald Ballard, knowing he will need it. To Coach
Gudger, I leave "Oscar," the schoolnskeletonw
I, Joe Lambert, do hereby will and bequeath my
position on the basketball team to some lucky person,
and all my good times to Marvin Taylor.
I, Gene Lankford, having pity for the teachers,
I, Valerie Lawing, do hereby will, and bequeath
all my good times at K.H.S. to my sister, Delsie Mae,
and hope she will be lucky enough to have Mrs. Martin
two years as I have had.
I, Earl CBaxterD Lentz, do hereby will and bequeath,
with benevolence in my heart, all my good times in
school, on the basketball team, on the baseball team,
and in mixed chorus to Ronald Blackburn.
I, Nancy Lentz, leave to Phyllis Canup and Anne
Carter a ride to town at lunch time to anyone who is
brave enough to take them. To my brother, George
Ray, I leave my ability to graduate in four years with
the class of '62,
I, Allen Lewis Leonard, being of no mind and part
of a body, do hereby will and bequeath all my good
times and the ability to flirt witH' the girls at K.H.S.
to Jackie Spry, who can uphold these better than
anyone I know.
I, Marvin Leonard, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate in four years to my brother Eddie
and all my good times, to Don Argo.
I, Ralph Lewis, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to pass all subjects and to graduate in four years
to Earl Dean Lewis and Charles Ray Smith.
I, Vivian Lowder, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to my brother, Robert, a rising
sophomore, and to Mattie Jean Phillips, I leave all
my good times at K.H.S. To Anna Pennell, I leave
my seat in seventh period study hall.
I, Shirley Maness, do hereby will and bequeath
all my happy days in high school to my sister, Jo Ann.
For my teachers, I leave!
I, Loretta Marshall, do hereby will and bequeath my
seat in English IV to Janice Brinkley, who is so eagerly
awaiting it, and to Barbara Keever and Georgann
Alexander, I will all my good times at Cannon High.
I, Barbara Martin, do hereby will and bequeath my
love for my teachers, who have been very nice to me,
to my sister, Mary, a rising freshman. To all the under-
classmen, I leave my respects to the best of schools,
I, Martha Matthews, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to graduate at "16" to Phyllis Bentley and
my "longing to grow" to June Gurley. My monitor post
I will to Faye Lipe, hoping she's good at knocking
people off fire escapes.
I, Nancye Matthews, leave to Phyllis Finger a horse
named "Silver" since she will be the "Lone Ranger"
of the Six of Clubs.
I, Hilda Mauldin, will my position as majorette, for
four freezing years, to anyone with Eskimo blood: my
burps and "hilts," I leave to the band sponsors and
majorettes and my ability to make the junior class
play to Sidney and Janice Solomon.
I, Peggy McDowell, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to carry my big feet from room 309 to
the D.O. building in four minutes to any poor soul
who was born with big feet, and my big mouth to
my bashful brother, Henry, a rising senior.
I, Clatie McLean, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate from high school without having
detention hall to my brother, a rising freshman.