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Page 24 text:
DWIGHT SHAEFFER-"Gus" is
just one of those "little" things in
GAII. ROBB-Good things come
in small packages!
DOROTHY CALLEN - Watches
others instead of being in the spot-
MAXINE SHANK - The other
partner of Beecher and Shank, Inc.
all, sees all, and says nothing!
ALICE SHAFFER 1 Apollo boys
don't suit Alice-she has one in
sy" has been heard singing "Mar-
gie" quite often lately.
Class Basketball, Hi-Y, Kiskitas,
Tiger Gazette, Orchestra, Dance
MARJORY FII.ER7By lVlargie's
list of Apollo friencls, you'd never
lcnow she was just a Christmas
present to us.
Glee Club. Orchestra, Band, Kis-
Glamour girl of '41.
GEORGIA SPAHR-Silent, lilce-
able, and friendly.
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BETTY DAVIS-"Pep" in per-
Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., Tiger Gazette,
RENO MYERS-Reno's got an
angel's halo in English class but
devil's horns in Chemistry class!
MARY GAIS-Cute, ziDDV. and a
ROBERT BUSH-"Butch" would
fit Bob a little better according to
MARY GALLAGHER-"To have
friends you must be one." That is
the reason why Mary has so many
Tiger Gazette, Tri-Hi-Y, Basket-
PAUL DAWKINS-Paul's theo-
ry is "always put off until tomor-
row what should be done today."
VIRGINIA BEECHER - "Gin-
nys" that lucky driver of that big
JACK SPAHR-Jack's got only
two or three reasons for being a
bad, bad, boy!
Class Basketball, Kiskitas, Business
Manager, Senior Play.
LOIS WIGLE-Lois seems to pre-
fer her goods in large packages!
Glee Club, Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., Kis-
PAUL LASHER--Paul is at home
with a hammer in one hand and
a handful of nails in the other.
Page 25 text:
Senior Class Will
Know All Men By These Presents, That we the Class of '41, being of strong
mind and body, and realizing that we are soon to leave these halls of better learn-
ing, do hereby make this our last will and testament.
We direct that all our lawful debts for bare necessities such as ice cream,
candy, pop, et cetera, be left for the School Board to settle.
We give and bequeath to the following:
To Professor Crawford, we bequeath next year's list of failures.
To Mr. Ankeny, we bequeath a new, modern, streamlined, little red book to
use as he sees fit.
To Miss King, we bequeath next year's Barrymores and Garbos. '
To Mr. Armstrong, we bequeath a new package of paper and an adding ma-
chine to keep track of lessons.
To Miss Henry, we bequeath a car load of orchids for her work on the
And to the following members of the student body we give and bequeath:
To Bill Steele, we bequeath Joe Spencer's ability to play basketball.
To Jack Townsend, we bequeath a copy of "Reducing and Its Benefits."
To a few of the smaller members of the student body, we bequeath a portion
of Dwight Shaeffer.
To Harry "Bashful" McMillen, we bequeath a copy of Dale Carnegie's "How
to Meet and Mingle With People."
To a worthy underclassgirl, we bequeath Nora Valco's personality.
To Jim Rearic, we bequeath Fritz Grimm's "all-around" sports ability.
To the Sophomore Class, we bequeath the "pants" that they have tried so hard
to wear this year.
To Kenny Buzard, we bequeath a copy of "How to Build a Muscular Body."
To Herbert Ament we bequeath the following adage: "Silence is golden."
To Margie Gourley, we bequeath a large, framed picture of Bill Rosensteel.
To Bill Lees, we bequeath a receipe from mother's cook book on how to make
better pop corn.
To the Junior Class, we bequeath the responsibility of upholding the tradition
and dignity of the school. Yours is the task of stepping into the place of leader-
ship which we are leaving to you. Your new standing will carry with it the honor
which inevitably clings to the name, Seniors, but it will also carry with it responsi-
bilities because Senior classes, yet to be, which have not now even finished Gram-
mar School, will 'form their ideals from studying you, who follow in our path.
For the carrying out of the provisions of this will, we do hereby appoint Mr.
Crawford as executor of this, our last will and testament. In witness thereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty-sixth day of March, in the year of our
Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred Forty-one, acting in behalf of the Senior
Class of 1941.
-Jack Spahr, '41
john C. McMillen, ,41 ' l
Dorothy Ament, '41
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