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Last Will and Testament
We the Senior Class of 1960 being of sound mind and good judgment and
fixing to leave these hallowed halls of A. H. S. for the last time, do declare
that the following is the last will and testament of our class. These remainders
of our "states" go undeniably to the Junior Class of 1960.
The President, Gale Baugh, leaves his athletic ability to two deserving
iuniors, Billy Burt and Dickey McGaughey in hopes that it will bring them as
much success as it has him . . . Mr. Wit and Fun, Jerry Felder, leaves his
serious mindness in class to Steve McCarty with the wish that Steve can get as
much enjoyment out of his classes as Jerry has. . . Nancy leaves her sisterly
love and ner ability to lead the yells with a mighty roar to Cynthia and
next year's cheering section . . . Ethelda leaves her weird laugh to quiet
and shy Myra Jones and asks that it will forever ring through the halls of
Alto High . . To Sara Lee Lindsey, Jalna bequeaths her twirling ability
and leadership of the band with the command of having another good band
next year . . . Carlton Jones and Tony Tullis will their talent of confusing and
pestering the teachers to Jackie Burrows and Johnny Findley . . . The art of
charming all of the girls is left to Gerald West from the one and only romeo of
the Senior Class, Robbie don Juan Robison . . . Renna's efficiency in class to
always come up with "A's" and the right answers is given with much good will
to Genell Bennett . . . His nervousness and flustrations is left by Eddie Boyd for
John David in hopes it will help him next year in speechg also his alka -seltzer
to calm jittery nerves . . . Mike Felder surrenders his smoothness with the
younger girls to Billy Brooks and his scholastic ability to Travis Smith in hopes
that these two boys will use these talents to their fullest extent. . . The head-
aches and heartaches of editing the annual is left with mixed feelings by
Carolyn to Neta May and adds her hopes for another great Stinger . . . Mary
Jo Cherry and Joyce McGaughey join forces in bequeathing Mary Maddux with
their shyness and quiet way with boys . . . The pleasing personality of Barbara
Harris is left with all good will to James Allen with the wish that it will acquire
him much pleasure . . . Pansy Ruth King surrenders her secret formula to stay
slim and trim to Jim Bice to prepare him for next year's football season . . .
Merry Cosper gives up the editorship of the Jackets Buzz to Glaydene with hopes
that she, too, can get from it loads of pleasure . . . Dorothy bequeaths her
"big sister" position and her road-map to Wells to Joy along with many sisterly
suggestions. Billy Lindsey leaves to Ronnie Smith his sticky fingers in hopes
that it will help him to catch many passes in next year's football season . . .
Harrison Black falls heir to Foster McLain's skill to keep the line pepped up
and always ready to win . . . Ronnie Hendrick's reserved manner is left to Ron-
nie Arnold so that it will help to keep him out of trouble. The knack of miss-
ing tests is given by Carroll Hollis to J. C. Dover accompanied by wishes that
he can do it without having to make them up . . . Gerald Bennett and James
Rice fall in possession of the sports ability of Tommy Cummings . . . Jimmie
Brunt leaves his good taste in dress to Larry Womack and Jerry Byrd . . . Peggy
Sue Selman's sense of humor and Barbara French's giggle is left to Billy Black
. . . Birda Dixon gives to Sharon her calm wisdom to controlled temper in
hopes it will help her in her marriage . . . Ida Pearl Haney leaves her cooking
talent to Elreta and to Rose Mary her skill to secure boy friends from out of the
state . . . Linda Collins abandons her habit of last minute cramming with the
wish that Ladell takes her place . . .
As we, The Seniors, return to A. H. S. in future years, we hope that in the
memories of the Juniors we can find these "states" have been used to the fulles
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