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

 - Class of 1953

Page 101 of 108

 

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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Carol Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to not get a driver's license to my sister, Pat, hoping she does. I, Rachel Perkins, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times at A. L. Brown to my niece, Ethel Rogers, a rising senior, and to Katherine Rogers, I leave the ability to get on the Cheerleader Staff. I, Patty Petrea, being of unsound mind and little body, do hereby will and bequeath my good times and ability to graduate to the "Three Little Petreas" yet to follow. To Jean Daniels, I leave my ability to go with the same boy for two years and remain single. I, Martha Pittman, being of little body and mind, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to become a senior to all my brothers and sisters, knowing they will all need someone's ability. To Helen Huckabee and Dottie Adams, I will my good times. I, Louise Pope, being of sound body and empty head, do hereby will and bequeath my senior privilegesC?D to Dot Rollins. ' I, Evelyn Polk, being of sane mind and having a body, do will and bequeath my ability to go down the hall with the greatest of ease to "Blubber." I, Rachel Pope, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate from high school in three years, even though I am married, to anyone who has the chance. I, Martha Ellen Poston, do hereby will and bequeath to Doris Gurley, a rising sophomore, all the good times I had as a sophomore. To Joyce Allen, a rising senior, I leave my ability to type and write letters. I, Barbara Poole, being of a very sound mind, do hereby will my old basketball uniform to my sister, Betty, and my good times in school I leave to everyone. I, Nancy Powell, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will my sincere hope that "Jake" will some- day soon open his eyes to Charlotte. I, Louise Query, being of sound body and no mind, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate in four years to my nieces, Mary Lou and Mildred. To Joyce Wyatt, I leave all my good times. I know she will make good use of them. I, Phillip Rainey, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times to Keith Lemly, knowing that he will have as much fun as I did. I, Norma Rainey, do hereby will and bequeath to my pal, Phyllis Hayes, all the good times at the foot- ball and basketball games. To Lloyd Moon, a rising senior, and to Betty Hayes, a rising freshman, I leave my ability to graduate. I, James Reavis, being of sound mind, do hereby will and bequeath my editorship of the ALBROKAN to anyone who is crazy enough to take journalism and wants the job. My position in Key Club International, I leave to Sonny Shelf. I, Bobby Reynolds, being of sound mind and less body, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at Cannon and Brown Highs to my cousins, Kevin and "Jit" Johnson, and my seat in Mrs. Alexander's room to anyone stupid enough to take it. I, Ella Louise Richardson, do hereby will and be- queath my place in the senior class to my sister, Mary Edna, a rising sophomore. I, Wallace Ritchie, being of no mind and very little body, bequeath my place as stage manager to Don Nesbitt or to anyone else who can stay awake all day long and three-fourths of the night, and my ability to graduate in twelve years to Tommy Seabolt. I, Don Ritchie, will my football position to Keith Helms and all my good times to anyone who is lucky enough to have them. I will my parking place to any- one who has a car that runs as well as mine. I, Ralph Robinette, leave my ability to graduate in four years to Wayne Gibson, knowing he can use it, and my ability to keep in trouble to anyone that wants it. I, Ronnie Roberts, of no mind and a lot of body, hereby bequeath my place on the stage crew to Jimmy Chambers and my seat in English to anyone who wants it. I, Mary Ross, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate to Shelby Ross and Sonny Helms, and all my good times to Joyce Wyatt. To Brown High, I just leave. I, Mary Lee Russell, do hereby will and bequeath my ability in art to my dear sister and my friend, Dorothy Russell and Ray Harkey. I, Patsy Russell, being of a weak mind and very sound body, do hereby will and bequeath everything I have, which is nothing, to Georgann Alexander, know- ing she needs something, and to Janice Brinkley, my position as chief cheerleader. I, Shelia Sasser, do hereby will and bequeath my good times in banking to any student who is lucky enough to get it. To Doris Sasser, my sister, I leave the happiness I received my senior year. Page N inety-seven

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