A L Brown High School - Albrokan Yearbook (Kannapolis, NC)

 - Class of 1953

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I x i i v I 'L www LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Evelyn Martin, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times at A. L. Brown High to Grace Bailes and my seat in typing to "Pat" Bowman, hoping E she will like it as much as I have. 5 I I I, Hazel Mathis, leave all the good times I have had to my sister, IEvelyn, who is a freshman, and to Becky lMarcus, who is a rising junior. To James Hamby, I e I E r leave my luck to get Miss Perryman for senior English. I, Ralph Melton, being of sound mindC?D, leave my place in Miss Gray's room to Bill Brafford. I, Phyllis Messer, do will and bequeath my love for fast music to Pat Doby, knowing she will use it to the lbest of her ability, and to Sylvia Shoaf my love for j Landis. I, Jack Middleton, do leave the lock in Mr. Boone's 'sociology class to any junior who wishes to go mad. E I, Clinton Misenheimer, being of sound mind, here- , by will and bequeath my good times in physics to anyone E who can believe things that I couldn't. I i I l I . . l E l s i l : i Z s 5 E I 1 i v l I, Steve Mitchell, being of Call the legal termsb, do hereby will and bequeath my deepest and most heart- felt sympathy to next year's senior class prophet. I, Ravenell Mitchell, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times at A. L. Brown High to my brother, Tommy, and to Merle Donahue, I will my ability to graduate in four years, knowing she will need it. I, Bankie Moore, do will my ability to be flat headed and Hat broke all the time to Bill Sloop. I, Mary Moon, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at Cannon High and A. L. Brown High and all my girl friends to my brother, Lloyd, and to my sister, Betty, I leave my shorthand class, hoping she'll not disobey Miss Cannon as much as I did. I, Kay Moss, being of a sound mind and a healthy body, do hereby leave, to Droop Lowder, a promise not to haunt his car again in the mornings before school, and to Max Barrett, I leave my seat in the Sanitary. hoping that he can "hustle more cokes" than I did. I, Lucille Munday, do hereby will and bequeath my determination to finish school and my ability to be loyal to my friends, to my brother, Maurice, who is a rising freshman. I, Jerry Myers, do hereby will my nicknames "Be Bop," "Professor," and "Squeaky," to anyone who wears horn rimmed glasses and has a squeaky voice. To my sister, Nancy, a rising freshman, I will and be- queath all my good times at Cannon High and A. L. Brown High. I, Pat McManus, being in my body and out of my Page Ninety-six mind, do hereby will and bequeath to Phyllis King my monitor post, and my position on the cheering squad to Charles Marlow. To my brother, Ferry, I will my love for Brown High and my good times there. I, Shirley McNeil, hereby will and bequeath my ability to have good luck in fourth period to Dot Adams, and my love for Cannon and Brown Highs to La Verne Vinson. I, Billie McCombs, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate to my cousins, Barbara Mc- Combs and Carole Holland, and to my little brother, Steve, who will graduate in twelve years, I leave all my good times. I, Henry McDowell, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in the bus to jack Randolph, and to my teachers, I just leave. I, Sarah Jo Newsom, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to go through high school without being tardy to Sultana Teague, and all my good times to my little brother, Larry, who will graduate in '65. I, james Nesbitt, being of no mind and sound body, bequeath my place on the stage crew to Ray Richard- son and my very small ability to do English in Miss Perryman's class to Tommy Shaw, and may he love and cherish it as I did. I, Ralph Nesbitt, do hereby will all my good times and my ability to graduate in three years to anybody that can do it. I, James Overcash, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times at A. L. Brown High to Buck Flippin and my seat in senior math to anyone smart enough to pass. I, Marvin Overcash, will to my cousin, Dorothy Keller, all my good times in school and also a seat in Miss Gray's English class. I hope she will have great success next year. I, Betty Patterson, being of sound mind'C?D, do here- by will and bequeath my good times at Brown High to my two cousins, Charles Davis and Kenneth Mar- low. To Coleen Ellsworth, I just leave my many memories. I, Nancy Payne, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate in four years to my sister, Barbara Payne, and all my good times in my senior year to Gail Payne. I, jane Peeler, do hereby will and bequeath my position in the senior class to Shorty Parks, in hopes that he makes it by '63. To my sister, Barbara, I leave the car, seeing that I won't be here to use it next year.

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