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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT CFTHE
SENIOR CLASS 1958
We are gathered together on this great day for the reading of the last will and testament of the Senior
Class of 1958. We are very sad to leave A. H. S. , but as we go, we leave to you, Juniors of 1958, our
most prized possessions. It is with a burning heart that I read this last will.
Gloria Sartain leaves her outstanding ability to stick her foot in her mouth to Gerald Corbin.
Head cheerleader, Mary Carpenter, leaves courage, patience, and strength to Sonja Bauman for future
Io Marie leaves her modern art Qweird drawingsj and the ability to never talk at the right time to Martha
To Ray Covington, Jo Ann Germany leaves her silly giggle in hopes that it will not interrupt classes as
hers has done.
Gary Dominy leaves to Jessy Wallace his ability to always get caught after he has done something wrong.
Hazel I ones leaves her humor and ability to have a good time to Hallene Allen in hopes that she will put
it to good use.
Kenny Williams leaves to Danny Felder his cute blush and nice ways.
Wallace Gayle willingly leaves his ability to be tardy every morning to Marshall Ray in hopes that he
will not get caught.
Because he thinks it might be helpful, Dwight Lyons leaves June Jones his knowledge about marriage.
Alva Black wills her job as editor of the annual and her ability to always be in a rush to Jo Ann Findley.
She adds, "lt's a headache."
Jerry McCarty endows his popularity and intelligence to Tommy Williams.
To Melvin Hahn, Charles Cummings leaves his unpossessed and unwanted intelligence and the ability to
always get into trouble.
Carroll Todd leaves his soft voice, manly height, and fast walk to Jackie Boggs.
Glenda Robison wills her ability to become engaged and her witty sayings to Janie Grogan in hopes that
she will have no trouble in getting a man.
To Judy Thomas, Sue Tullis endows her honor roll grades so that Judy may rank first in the Junior class.
Sorry to give it up, Bobby Wallace and Doug Smith leave E. I. their outstanding ability to get dates
with out-of-town girls. '
David Scott leaves to Billy Maddux his ability to get his car in a dozen places at one time so that Bill
can have as much fun as David has. '
Jerry Gilcrease leaves his athletic ability to David Rice so that he can help to bring the Jackets to victory.
Pam Hugghins leaves her ability to ask stupid questions and her inability to understand things to James
Collins with the hopes that he will get more out of school than Pam did.
Mildred bequeaths her quiet ways to Granville Adams in hope that he will not disturb classes. To all the
Junior girls, Mildred leaves her ability to look as if she just stepped out of a band box.
To Shirley D. , Patsy Todd wills her ability to always have a crush on some boy and Mary Ann leaves
Shirley her Rusk boyfriends.
Marshall Ray Bynum will be lucky enough to inherit Charles Thomas and C. H. Pittman's ability to pass
cartoons to each other in English IV, and their latest ideas about space and airplanes in hope that he
can further develop the world.
To Bennie Lloyd and Roger C. ,Freddy leaves his loud colored cowboy shirts and boots.
Coach Terrell and Mrs. Hull leave Mr. Mayes and Mrs. Weimar the responsibility of sponsoring the
Seniors. They add, "lt takes an awful lot of patience! "
Since this is the last will and testament of the Seniors of 1958, we hope that you will take the pos-
sessions with pleasure. We feel that they will be a great help to you during your next year at Alto High
Senior Class of 1958
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MARY ANN TULLIS
Hornemaking 1, 2
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3,4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
FFA 1, 2, 3
Class Officer 1, 3
Drum Major 1,3,4
Most Popular 2
Football Sweetheart 3
FHA Officer 1
Jacket's Buzz Staff 1, 2,3 4
Choir 1, 2
Most Likely to Succeed 4
" Booger -Red "
Football 1, 3, 4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
Track 1, 2
Class Favorite 3
FFA 1, 2,3
Class Officer 2,3
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