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ARTICLE XVII.--To the Eighth Grade,
We leave the honor of being Freshmen, using
the Biology Laboratory and in general do-
ing everything the older classes command
them to do.
ARTICLE XVIII.-To the Seventh Grad-
ers, we leave the honor of having another
class be your successors. Be thankful for
you are no longer the youngest class in the
ARTICLE XIX.-To the Janitors, we will
have come into their safe keeping during the
past year. Also all the waste materials that
have found a home in our lockers.
We do hereby name and appoint the mem-
bers of the Board as executors of this will
and testament and they shall furnish bond
in the form of diplomas for the class of 1925.
To this we do hereby set our hand and seal.
SENIOR CLASS OF JUNE, 1925.
all our old clothing and such possessions that VVITNESSES:
Silver and Orange
"Build for Character, not for Famev
Yea Seniors, Yea Seniors
Fight 'em-Fight 'em.
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THE BEXLONIAN Class
We, the undersigned, being sound in mind
and body, do hereby state, as our High
School days are drawing to a close, that we,
as the Class of 1925 of the Bexley High
School, give and bequeath all our posses-
sions, such as have any earthly use, as fol-
ARTICLE I.-To the citizens and taxpay-
ers of Bexley, we bequeath the honor of
graduating such a noteworthy group and
sincerely hope that the future classes will
reach our high standard, and we also hope
that they will alleviate their sorrow at our
demise as best they can.
ARTICLE II.-And now, to the officers of
the good ship, Bexley High, we leave to its
brave captain, H. C. Dieterich, our pro-
foundest respect and appreciation of the in-
spiration he has given us. Also an ever-
lasting supply of jokes so that in future
years he will never be without a new one.
ARTICLE III.-To the Victor Talking
Machine Company, we leave the sum of
31.00 for tlIe purpose of manufacturing a
record entitled, "Now People Let Us Get
Into Our Rooms," as spoken by our well
known pedagogue, Guy C. Fromm.
ARTICLE IV.-To Miss Thomas, we leave
one package of hairpins, so that when she
wears her hair in rolls she will have a sufli-
ARTICLE V.-To Miss Comstock, we will
at least one dozen pairs of silk hose and five
rings as we 'know of her weaknessvfor them.
We also wish her a pleasant trip to Spain
ARTICLE VI.+To our Coach and registra-
tion teacher, Carlton H. Smith, we leave the
right to question a pupil until he is hope-
lessly confused. Also we hope that he con-
tinues to tell a joke a day, because that
keeps the dullness away.
ARTICLE VII.-To Miss Geist, we leave
a perfectly good box of pencils for her own
use, as it is commonly known that she has
difficulty to keep the students from approp-
ARTICLE VIII.-To Miss McCormick, we
will plenty of little chocolate eclairs and
loads of salad.
ARTICLE IX.-To Miss Coen, we leave
plenty of hairnets for future use when the
ARTICLE X.-To Mr. Scoffeild we leave a
book of kind words so that he will have one
ready every morning.
ARTICLE XI.-To Mr. Geist we leave
burned steak and raw potatoes prepared by
ARTICLE XII.-To Miss Taylor, we leave
the honor of managing all the future Faculty
ARTICLE XIII.-To Mrs. Brightman, we
leave plenty of little glass vases so that in
Spring, when lIer flowers begin to come she
will have plenty.
.ARTICLE XIV.-To the Juniors, we leave
the privilege of being Seniors and also of
setting an example for the rest of the school.
ARTICIIE XV.-To the Sophomores, we
leave the right to be high and mighty Jun-
iors and to hold an exclusive right over the
ARTICLE XVI.-To the Freshmen, we will
the right to be no longer Fresh but always
green and we also leave the Eighth Graders
as future doormats. Make use of them
Sophomores to be l'
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THE BEXLONIAN Senior Class Poem
The early days of June are here
The sweetest days of all the year,
For graduation is drawing nigh
We stop, we stare, we see, and sigh.
VVe build today so strong and sure
And all are happy and secure,
Tomorrow we shall find our place
One with a firm and ample base.
We, out upon thc world are hurled,
But land on earth, our flag unfurled
Our lives, our hopes, are now at stake
And all are architects of fate.
We see the world in a newer phrase
And outward, onward, turn our gaze,
We feel the future, drop a tear
One of sorrow and not of fear.
Opportunity knocks once more
We quickly open the outer door,
We seize it ere it runs and hides
And onward sails the ship of '25.
KENNETH BLACKSTONE, '25.
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