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SECOND Ind1v1dually we bequeath the following
Norma Battey, w11l all my good times, almost anywhere, to Lloyd Lnecher
Betty Ann Brewer, w1ll my p1cture taking abmlity to Agnes Barter It's rather tr1cky, Agnes
Duane Bustad, will my lovely blonde hair to Janet Osmundson Throw away the rinse, Janet
Themma Cornwell, will my pep, my pals, and memories to Donald Winkels
Sharon Fisk, will my interest in Johnsburg to Donald H Smith There's some n1ce people there, Don
Bonnie Gordon, will m interest in Rose Creek to DuWayne M1ckelson
Larry Hanson, will my flattering smile to Dianne Goergen Bow about teachlng you somet1me, Dianne
Neal Hardecopf, will all my due make up slips to Esther Hyland
Lucille Hass, will my position as 'Argo' editor to David Lewison You don't know what you're getting into'
Dean Heinzerl1ng, will my joy rides to Taopi to Karen Brandt
Sharley Himebaugh, will alI'iy time spent in studying to Kenneth Christiansen No excuse for flumk1ng now'
Cl1fford Ke1fer, will my yet weekly trlps to Mclntire to Duwayne Rauen
Mary Ann Kang, will sy Satiday n1tes in Racine to Sharon Reimer
, Fred Kirtz and Dennis Sandberg, will our ambitious stud habits to Karen Lu de It's really nothing, Karen
John Koenigs, will my w1se cracks to Mary J Dvorak You can be sure of gettxng through that way' ?7??
Herbert Morten will my ability of squ1rrel hunting to Dor1s WestE5fT Trapping 18 rather interesting, Doris
Jurine Mullenbach, w1ll my time spent w1th a person from Meyer to Marcella Merten There's nothing l1ke th1s
thing called, brotherly mnterests, Sally
Gerald Osmumdson, will my love for night air to Barbara Ulwelling It's healthy for you, try 1t
Louise Retterath, wall my knowledge of Johnsburg to R1chard Goergen Now you won't be able to get lost in
the big c1ty
Allen Schaefer, will m alertness 1n class to Michael Schmltz
I Gen Schmltz, will my long, daily walks to school to Carl Arvold
E1a1ne Schwer1n, w1l1 my sisterly love to Elmer Schwerin
Albert Smath, will all my he1ghth to Margaret Hodson
David Smith, w1ll my art of careful driving to Janice Kellner, Better move all the bridges first, Jan1ce
Paul Steichen, will my stilts to Marvin Sm1th You won't have to stand on you tip toes any more, Muffy
Robert Steichen, will my lengthliness to Wayne Voight It's time you grew up, so1l boy
Mary Ann Ste1nes, will my love for the navy to Paul Gerber Sail boy, sa1l
Jim Theobald, will my reserved back seat at movies to Carmen Wilson It's more comfortable
Barbara Ulwelling, will my old saying, 'I never talk,' to Wayne Pederson Don't worry about the teachers
reminding you, Wayne
Lynn Webber, will my hab1t of going to bed the night before a game, but only nights before games, to Mary
Viola Wankels, will my loudness around school to Kenneth Gilbenbach
Paul Winkels, will my good farming methods to Eugene Kloeckner Better crops Gene
DuWayne Wigham, will my ability to talk myself out of tough situations to Kenneth Freund
I, Jerry Wold, will my ab1lity to argue and present facts clearly to Harlan Smith Use it, Harlie
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Jim 'lbeobald and Albert Sm1th made a great success of their garbage d1sposal company in Lyle
Albert Hullenbach has become famous as a disc Jockey on the T V statxon MERT owned and operated by
Herbert Merton, the multa millionaare
Miss Elaane Schwerin has just been named 'Hass Doughnut of 19700
Last of all I heard that Allen Schaefer is 1n LeRoy Allen 18 last, and very f1tt1ngly so, because as
an undertaker he deals with the last th1ng
As I heard these final things, the court came to order and I was called to testify, but I had ngyster
Why? Because I am the ghost of the class of 1957
He, as members of the graduating class of 1957, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, and not
acting under fraud, duress, menace, or the undue influence of any person whatsoever, do hereby make, publish
and declare this our last Will and Testament, :ln the manner following, that is to say:
FIRST: As a class we bequeath the following:
Hansen we will another ring of keys for his pocket, so we can hear him coming further away
Peterson we will a dozen make-up slips and a more co-operative senior class Hml
Kershaw we will a full-paid life insurance policy for his Drivers Training hours
McDonald we will four new tires for his bicycle No more need to walk, Jim
Lagios we will Elvis Pres1ey's guitar You don't get the hound dog, Nick
Smith we will just one more study hall
Ostergaard we will an extra yard stick in case he breaks one while leaning on it
Johnson we will a full time secretary to type his tests, so he won't have to pay these yet learning
girls for doing it
Lee we will a bigger brief case for his papers
Hanley we will a shipment of new books for the library Maybe one more shelf would help, too
Cooks we will a years supply of nutritious, Vitamin balanced menus
we will a winters supply of milk cartons for the furnace
Ruth we will an extra large waste basket for all the lost and found items
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