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

 - Class of 1953

Page 102 of 108

 

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J 1 v K S I lu 1' 1 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Charles Scercy, being of sound mind, hereby will to my cousin, Leroy Scercy, all my good times which I had in high school. I, Grimsley Seamon, do hereby will and bequeath my position on the football team to anyone who can do a better job of holding it down than I did. l I, Amold Shaver, being-just being, will and be- queath all my good times to my sister, Carolene, and my ability to fuss with the Sheet Metal teacher to Billy Jenkins, and to graduate in four years to George VVilliam Suggs. I, Dot Simmons, do hereby will and bequeath my good times in banking to Janice Brinkley, my position on the basketball team, to anyone whose arms are long enough, and to Mikie Koontz or Bruce Nussman, 1 leave my cheerleader's uniform, knowing that either one will look cute in it. I, Gene Simpson, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to make people laugh to Wayne Gibson, know- ing that he is wittier than I am. I, Evelyn Simpson, do hereby will and bequeath my chair in band to Don Plessg to Jimmy Dellinger, I leave my marching positiong to Jo Ann Manuss, I leave my position as guard on the basketball team, and to Ann Funderburk all my happy days at A. L. Brown. I, Joyce Slawson, being of questionable mind and reasonable spirit, do hereby will my position as basket- ball manager to Kay Keller, knowing she will enjoy the wet towels in her face. I, Barbara Smith, will and bequeath my ability to finish school in four years to Daphne Freeze, a rising sophomore. I, Jo Ann Smith, do hereby will and bequeath 'my good times at A. L. Brown High to Shirley Dudley, Blondeen Bennett, Nancy Morgan, and Elva Miller, and to Fay Wright and Nedra Reynolds my ability to Hnish high school in three years. I, Joyce Spry, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to remain single through high school to Lois Graham, knowing she will need it, and my good times I leave to Jeanne Graham. My bookkeeping, I just leave. I, Billy Strawn, do hereby will my center position on the boy's football team to Quesnel Harris, and my good times to those who remain, but I "ain't got nothing" to leave my English teacher. I, Phil Tesh, being of sound mindC?D and no body, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname "Slush- pump" to Bill "Cotton', Phillips, and the good times I had in forchestra to Reid Fincher. Page N inety-eight I, Jean Thomas, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to have Mrs. Rinehardt for three years to my sister, Betty, who will graduate with the class of '58 and all my good times to my niece, Gaye, a rising freshman. I, Shirley Thomas, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to survive Latin to Bruce Flippin, and all my good times to Larry and Garry Compton. I, Rachel Thomas, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times to Anne Funderburk, and my first seat in band to Jean Barlow. I, Billie Max Thomason, will to my sister, Kay, chief majorette her senior year, to Kay, Betty Rae, Georgann, Janice, and Peggy, the ability to go off to the colleges every weekend, and to Richard Jackson, the ability to pass all his subjects. I, Betty Tilley, do hereby will my ability to stay single all through high school to Esther Williams who I know will need it, and to Jackie Nesbitt, I will all my good times. I, Kay Turner, being of sound mind and body, will my love for Joe to LaVerne Vinson and my good times at Cannon High and A. L. Brown High to Frances Horne, Shirley Donahue, and..my cousin, Toni Barlow. I, Betty Vinson, will all my good times at Cannon High and Brown High to my sister, LaVerne, a rising junior. I, Gene Walker, will and bequeath my good times to Howard Hall and my seat in English to Jerry King, hoping he does better than I did. I, Carlton Walls, being of sound mindC?D and unsound body, do hereby will and bequeath to Mr. Van Poole the problem of figuring how I went to school twelve years and finished at the age of sixteen. I, Shirley Marie Watts, do hereby will and be- queath my position as President, Vice-President, Sec- retary and Treasurer of Quill and Scroll to Frankie Black, hoping it won't be as lonesome for him as it was for me. I, Patsy Watson, do hereby will and bequeath my place in chemistry to anyone that is able to fill it. To my brother, David Cclass of '63-D, I leave all my good times at high school. ' I, Barbara Weaver, do hereby will my good times and my ability to finish high school in four years to my sister, Sylvia. To Shirley, Jane, and "Tootsie," I leave my long walk home, hoping they will get more rides than I did. if yy- .

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