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I, Bea Ballou, being of sound mind and body,KI thinkb, do give and be-
queath my cheery, sunny, even, disposition to Sharon M., my guitar playing
ability to anyone who wants a sore thumb, all my old jokes to Bonnie Eq who
I'm sure will enjoy telling them, my singing ability to anyone who likes to
sing flat, my dramatic ability to Everett B. and Henry D.,nw letter writing
ability to anyone who wants to go bankrupt buying stamps, my ability tokeep
quiet in the study hall to Mr. Smith, my limp to whoever wants to be called
NChester,n my newspaper editor's Job to Jotand the hopes she doesn't end up
in the bughousell And most of all I leave my appreciation to all the hush-
ers who helped me so much this year and the best wishes to Um class ofZMbO.
I, Norene Dykstra, do give and bequeath my seat in study hallto whxwer
is unfortunate enough to get it, my seat in American History to Joan, my
glasses to Barb, my back seat in English class to Jeannie, my long blond
hair to Wanda, my typewriter to Delores, all my old test papers back to the
teachers, and all ogger papers and whatever else is found in my desk to
Charlie, and last b not least, my ability to go Usteadyn to Sharon Mq an
the best of luck to the Seniors of next year.
I, Mary Ann Kuiper do give and bequeath to Kenny a sure cure for Qeqr
ing in class, my argumflts with Brad to whoever could win, all my unfinished
gossip to Larrie, my interest in Calumet to Joan, any old hidden milk bot-
tles to Sharon M., my cheerleading chevrons and experience to Jeannie, and
all the fun and best of luck to the Senior Class of 1960. .
I, David Ballou, do give and bequeath, my seat in the far corner by the
radiator to anyone who likes to roast with privacy, my heighth to Joan Hqny
speaking ability to Mr. Brouwer, my grades to any dunce, my absences to Mr.
Matzdorff, the junk in my desk Cwire, paper, gum wrappers, boxes, old pen-
cils, American Observers, rub er bands, cough drop boxes, etc,D to help the
school's fuel 5111 and Good ck to all future Seniors. ,
I, Roberta Kae Bdok, declare this my Last will and testament and do
hereby give and bequeath the following: my first chair in band to Judy who
is better than I am, my old history quizes to anyone who wants to flunk the
course, my basketball'suit tpiqarilou, my English notebook to anyone whocan
decipher what I wrote, my abil ty to get along with Mr. Brouwer to Jeannie,
my backseat tqlanyone who thinks he or she can keep it and the best of luck
to the Seniorsiof 1969. ' A M
I, Arvln Verburi, do hereby give and bequeath my ability to get Uupugh
school without study hggto'Kegny Williams, my ability to butter up teachers
and my studiouj and attentivev'ttitude, in class to James Wagenaar, my hot
lunch job to Herman Z., my deEi.in-the,study hall,to anyone whawantg iq all
my worn out erassrs, pencils, gum,papEriQQs, rubber bands, doodles, etc, to
anyone who waqhs'them as knicknacks, souyenirs, or decorations, and allthe
best of luck to the Senior Class of l96O.' , A .
I, Donna Bogaard, do-give and bequhath my majorette suit to anyone dnt
likes to freevsor roast while marching, my old papers to mnmne dumb enough
to stop and pickfthem gp, my ability to wear glasses to Warren H.,the,parts
in our class plays as randma and an old maid to anyone who wants to feel
old.. I wish to thank all the teachers who put up with me all th ough school
and the best of luck to the Seniors of the next years. '
J Q 'J' '
I, Bradley Pigtens, being of unsound mind and body, do give and benemm
the following: My height to Glenice E., my ability to argue with Mr, Smith
to,Perry, my typing ability to Jim Wagenaar, my big feet to'Sharon M1,XAmy
athletic ability' toJDon Harms, my crewcut to Bonnie E., my.seat in study
hall to any displaced Eskimo found wandering around, and the best of lmk to-
the Seniors of:l96O. A
I, Sharon Buren, do sive and bequeath my desk by the cold and- breezy
north window to anyone with an electric blanket or hot water bottle, all
text books to,my brother, Everett, my basketball suit to Sharilyn, all my
old papers to anyone who doesn't want to pass, my typewriter to one of the
sophomores, and the best of wishes to the class of l96C.
I, Edwin Wolthulzen, do give and bequeath my seat in the study hall to
Jim Wagenaar, my grades to whoever wants them, my ability to keep quiet to
Jackie Menke, my mischeivous nature to the senior girls of next year, my
engineer boots to that cowboy, BudBlok, my throwing arm to Bonnie Williams,
and the best of luck to the class of 1960.
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