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Page 98 text:
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Marie wills her flokleness for boys to Dorothy Heimer.
Warren Matteson leaves the putt-putts of his Model A Ford
to Bernard Ganney.
Alice Johnson bequeaths her interest in V-B's to Neva Quale
Vernon Winkels wills his agreeable nature to Mary Gerber.
Lets not hear of any more arguments, Mary.
Florence Brewer wills her innocent blushes to Eugene Nelson
Joseph Jax wills his glasses to Orva Hanson. Here's to good
Marie wills her shorthand ability to Erls Helmer. Just
giving you double strength for next year.
Herman bequeaths his humorless Jokes to Sadie King.
Mae Meister wills her gum-chewing ability to Dixie Elliot.
Herbert Jasperson leaves his nasty faces in typing class to
Marjorie Tucker, hoping they help her more than they did him,
Evelyn Harrington leaves her modesty and shyness to Billy.
Vernon Wlnkels wills his ability to make long speeches to
Roy wills his pipe to WJumbo0 Huseby.
Page 97 text:
We, the Senior Class of Adams High School, 1959-40, being of
sound mind, disposing menory,on leaving this institution of high'
er learning, do hearby make known our last testament to take
effect after graduation, l
ARTICLE I - To Mr. Sorknes, we give and bequeath all of our
left over pencils for next year so that he won't have to borrow.
ARTICLE II - To the faculty, we bequeath our gratitude with
sincere hope that their efforts will fall upon more fertile soil.
ARTICLE III - To the Junior class, we bequeath our self-sat-
lsfactlon, our importance, our wisdom, also our senior privileges
iii' they can find them? all of which we possess in
enormous' quantities. I Class
1 ' Will
ARTICLE IV - To the sophomor-es,all our' honor,
bluffing ability, and brilliant oratorlcal displays in English,
practically brand new. ,
ARTICLE V - To the freshman, our cleverness, good behavior,
and our ability to acquire knowledge without consulting books.
Individually we bequeath the following: I
Butch wills his"S1ft of gab" to Ruth Anderson.Don't take too
much advantage of lt, Ruth. I
Celestine wills her second perlodnsocial hournto Corky Boyum
Don't let the teachers catch you.
Fritz Schaefer lends his basketball technique to Virgil Her-
gene. If you're a basketball hero, you attract girls. Of course
you don't like girls do you V1rg11???
Shirley Larson so willingly bequeaths her activeness and
alertness during class period to Raymond Flnkleson.
Page 99 text:
Jean Tiegen wills her blond hair to Veronica Keifer.
To you Kermit, Joseph Jax willingly gives you another sheep
on condition that you exercise it and don't let it die.
Margaret Duggan wills her staying-home ability to Doris
Hanson. At least when you do come, come a whole day at a time.
Sig Osmundson leaves his love for chemistry to Norman.
Celestine Vogt, the only intelligent girl in the senior
class, gives her odd characteristic of being brainy to Dick
Fritz Schaefer bequeaths his freckles to Marcella Peterson.
Roy Torgerson wills his HKate Smlthn figure to Paul Larson.
Florence Brewer gives her refined giggles to Art Kalland.
Sig Osmundson passes his reputation as a .'womah hateru to
Joel Anderson bequeaths his loud talking to Betty Gilgenback
Margaret Duggan wills her jltterbug ability to Daisy Meister
Warren Matteson bequeaths his height to Lucille Heffern.
Bertha Severson wills her secretarial ability to Kathryn
Bernette wills to Thelma Kalland her ability to attract
boys instead of distract them.
TO THE JUNIOR CLASS we give, reluctantly, but of necessity,
our mantle of dignity. We realize that the class can never fill
it, but since it is expected of them, our advice is, 'Do more,
The Senior Glass of '40
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