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Page 25 text:
MRS. JULIA CAIRNS
iclass of '50D
Page 24 text:
DEAN WELLS "Fargo"
gMen of few words are the best ones5
ut . . ."
Football Reserve 35 Basketball Reserve 25
Track Reserves I, 2, 35 Choir I, 2.
MARY ALICE WHITE "Whitey"
"Abolish fun and I exist no more!"
Student Council 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 Art
Club I5 G.A.A. 2, 35 Booster Club 35 Cheer-
leading 2, 35 All-school play 2, 35 All-
school banquet committee 25 Senior send-
oft Committee 25 Sickle 35 Band I5 Girls'
Glee Club 25 Honor student.
EUGENE H. WILLIAMS "Gene"
"Can't keep his sense and nonsense
French Club 2, 35 F.F.A. I5 Sickle 3.
RONALD WILLNOW "Big Ron"
A little nonsense now and then, is
relished by the best of men!
French Club 2, 35 Football 35 Maple Leaf
2, 35 All-school banquet 35 Senior plays5
JAMES B. WILSON "Jim"
"HeHhath a studious look, and yet
Frendhciub 2, 3, senior Send-off com-
mittee 25 Sickle 35 Senior play committee.
HOWARD J. YOST "Howdy"
"Ya wanna ride?" "Nope, guess I'll
Football 35 Baseball 35 Varsity A Club 35
Senior Play 3.
This page is sponsored by JOHN
PAULA MARY WENGEL
And she cried, "That's stupid!"
Spanish Club I, 2, 35 Booster Club 35
All-school play 35 Senior Send-off Com-
mittee 25 Sickle 35 Choir 35 Honor student.
F. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS "Libbie"
"After completing school, I can
wholeheartedly say, 'Amen'!"
Student Council 25 All-school play I5 Or-
chestra I5 Girls' Glee Club 25 Choir 35
Tralnsfer student from Midalesbara, Ken-
LOIS GRACE WILLIAMS "Blondie"
"Sometimes I sit and think - And
sometimes I iust sit!"
Art Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Band I, 2, 35
Orchestra 2, 3.
CLARKE A. WILSON "Humphrey"
"Eat, drink, and be merry5 for tomor-
row ye diet!"
DONALD L. WINTERS "Hairy"
"Your can lead a mon to high school,
but you can't make him think."
Varsity A Club 35 Swimming 2, 35 Maple
Leaf 35 Band I, 2, 35 Senior play cam-
R. VANSCHAICK, O.D.
Page 26 text:
We, the class of nineteen hundred and fifty, the most noble and distinguished class ever
to have trod the halls of learning in Ye Olde Adrian High, County of Lenawee, State of Michi-
gan, having at this time, certain knowledge of our death iprobably in June? and being of sound
and rather determined mind, do hereby make this our last will and testament. Amen.
We, the Senior Class do will:
To the Junior Class our exalted positions as senior. lEvery dog has his day, and so will the
To those who frequent the "Boiler-room Lounge" we will a year's supply of second hand
chewing gum which we have carefully placed under seats and desks.
And to the faculty in general, we will the lasting memory of the illustrious Class of '50,
"Naow then," we, the Senior Class, will to Mister Roy "MouI-e-cule" Keller a booklet en-
titled "How to Yodel in Three Easy Lessons."
We also endow the southwest corner of the study hall as a habitual residence for the ghost
of Phil Bailey's dignity, said ghost to be kept there for the moral effect upon the school.
I, Herb "Woody" Hood, do will my trick of looking innocent at the right moment to Dave
I, Vic Long, will my overworked brain to Dick Mott who will give it a rest.
I, Jim Ham, do will my agricultural interests to Pat Fox who "ad-Myers" a certain farmer.
I, John "Tarzar" Hancock, will my way with the teachers to Chuck Skala who already has a
I, Clarice Jones, will my quiet ways to Elsie "l've got a jokel" Hansen.
I, Tom "I only go steady for two days" Cooper, do will my position as a political B. T. O.
CBig Time Operator? to Dale "Never Fail" Fleming.
I, Barbara "I'm always in a hurry" Pasternacki, do will my small, dainty hands to Walt
"I'm all tuckered out!" Glover.
I, Rick "DaredeviI" Powell, will my mania for speed to Pat Proudfoot.
I, Jim Fetzer, will my speed on foot and otherwise to Larry Goodes.
I, Bob VanSickIe, will my ability to get along with ninth grade girls to anyone who likes to
get in by ten o'clock.
I, Don "Hairy" Winters, will my ability to grow a mustache to Paul Hook.
l, Jack Clark, my partial plate to Ronnie Briggs.
I, R. J. Miller, will my seat in study hall to anyone who can't find a softer place to sleep.
I, Barbara Vogel, will my ATO garter to anyone who wants to get a snap out of life.
I, Marilyn Schmidt, will to the faculty all the information that I have furnished them from
time to time in various examination papers-knowledge which I am sure must have been entire-
ly new to them, too.
We, the bridge fiends lCarI, Elaine, Dean, Marlene, and Mary Alicel, will our worn out
cards and late hours to any Juniors who like to keep their homework a month behind.
In Witness Whereof, We, the Class of Fifty, the testators, have to this our will, written on
one sheet of parchment, set our hand and seal, this eighth day of June, Anno Domini, One Thou-
sand Nine Hundred Fifty.
CLASS OF FIFTY
This page is sponsored by RAY P. WHITE
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