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Verna Hultgren leaves her gentle disposition to Ruth Jones. Fred Schofield leaves his ability as a drummer to the next Gene Krupa of the School. George Horbal wills his shining car and also a license to go with it to Fred Leopard. Emma Nichols bequeaths her love for geometry to Sally Patterson. Richard Scagliotti wills his many beards to Robert Corr. Emily Prata leaves her heart to the Freshmen. Richard Callahan leaves his Irish temper to Eileen McMurray. Stanley Konefal leaves his appendix to Virginia Fowler. Arline Cote leaves a fully equipped news office for the output of the school paper. Future editors, your worries are over. Richard Patterson leaves his luxuries to a prospective Junior. Joseph Aivano leaves his flashy socks to Norman Renson. Dorothy Norton leaves her appreciation for Problems of Democracy to Elizabeth Chaponi. Gavin Cameron leaves his janitor’s broom to Donald Rrown. Alyce McKeon leaves her laughing Irish eyes to Elizabeth Sullivan. Celia Ventres leaves her love for music to Dorothy Buckley. LoE Zimmermann leaves a book entitled “How To Get Along With The Men” to Ethyl Stange. Zenadia Burak leaves her good times in New Britain to Antoinette Baccaro. Paul Sadey leaves his numerous enforced holidays to Victor Baccaro. May he enjoy them more than Paul did. Teddy Wrobel leaves his silence to Harold Yantz in order that it may help keep him out of detention. Elmer aleggia leaves his dark hair to some light-headed Junior. Guido Pulcini leaves charge of the nickleodeon to the Junior Jitter-bugs. Irene Rampone leaves her mastery of the principles of bookkeeping to Anita Tarca. Mary Lucco bestow r s her shorthand speed upon Angeline Veneziano. Ida Drachenburg bequeaths her shyness of boys to Mildred Payne.
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CLASS WILL We, the Class of 1939, of the Berlin High School, Town of Berlin, County of Hartford, and Slate of Connecticut, do with unclouded intellect and clear memory, hereby declare this to be our last will and testament rendering illegal all previous bequests. To the Board of Education we issue a promissory note to repay them for sleepless nights spent in our behalf. To Mr. Wilcox we leave our gratitude for his earnest efforts to make our four years of high school a worth- while foundation for our future plans. To Mr. Deming we bequeath an aspirin for every headache caused by his talkative homeroom. To Miss Kennedy we leave a continual supply of shorthand pads. To Miss Claudelin we bequeath a fire extinguisher for all future field trips. To Mr. Mitchell we leave a book entitled “Typewriting in Ten Easy Lessons”. To Miss Pratt w r e leave a rubber stamp marked with an “F” for failing pupils. To Mr. Hardy we leave a device to remove dents from his car. To Miss Barnes we leave a key for her desk to prevent the disappearance of her papers. To Mr. Robinson we bestow a supply of new games to replace “Coffee Pot”. To Mr. Vasquez we bequeath a brand new Austin to replace his oversized Packard. To Miss Bunce we leave a chauffeur to assist her in her many driving mishaps. To M iss Wright we leave serum to build up her resistance against all future epidemics. To M iss Le an we bequeath an automatic linoleum block press to help fill future Christmas Card orders. To Mr. Anderson we leave a megaphone to make his voice audible at Beacon Press meetings. To M iss Small we leave a private office with a staff of efficient secretaries to help her in her duties as Dean of Girls. To Mr. Harris we leave a sound-proof music room so his budding musicians will not disturb commercial students. To Miss McGrath we leave a model English Class. To Mr. MacKenzie we leave a truck load of new basketball equipment for next year’s squad.
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Dorothy Harris leaves her pull with Mr. Robinson to Hope DeMore. Helen Senkawalk leaves her bashful nature to Clifford Lehman. Marion Tardette leaves her dignity to Mary Beatrice. Harold Reckert leaves his heart to Betty Langdon. Roger Burwell leaves his perfect understanding of women to Russell Webb. Virginia O’Brien leaves her newly acquired crop of freckles to Lenore Garbo. Helen Savage leaves her “gift of gab " to Sophie Nalewajeck. Elynor Greco leaves her naturally curly hair to Jeanette Baumann in hopes that she will be able to manage her unruly locks. pd Y 1 Grant Dodson leaves his size 11 Yi shoes to Bert Rochette. Anne Klotz wills her position as Captain of the Traffic Squad to Rita Fagan. Margaret Dornfried leaves her position as Cashier in the Cafeteria to Janet fields. Frank Motyka leaves his football suit to Edward Rusczyk. Stasia Pajor wills to Mary Beatrice her favorite book of “Jake and Carl’s Cowboy Songs. Mar garet Matyka bequeaths her tap-dancing technique to Florence Lanza. Joseph DeLowery wills his ability to get along with the girls to Pommy Buxton. John Bunko wills his Current Event Topics to any ambitious Junior. Mary DeBlasio leaves her make-up kit to Virginia Ellsworth. Eugene Derlaga wills his size to a future football star who may need it. Marjorie Buxton leaves her preference for latest model Fords to Helen Willet. Marjorie Johnson contributes a desperate case of sleeping-sickness to Alex Raratterio. Raymond Rich bequeaths his dancing ability to Albert Bernardo. Joseph Domkowski leaves a magnetized basketball to Enso Bighinatti. Virginia Wells leaves her height to Janice Bigelow . Edward Getzewich wills his comic parts in school plays to Alfred Pulito. Phyllis Thomas leaves her driving technique to Shirley Dowd. I, Thelma Tardette, leave my curly hair to Evelyn Norton.
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