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IVe, the Class of Nineteen Twenty-Seven
of Bexley High School of Bexley, Ohio,
about to pass out of this sentence of educa-
tion as master of all Senior High projects,
being of fairly sound mind and body, do
-declare this to be our first, last and sole
will and testament.
ARTICLE I. Vie, tl1e Senior Class do
hereby respectfully leave to our ardent sup-
porter and superintendent, lNIr. H. C. Diet-
erick, our sincere gratitude for the many
pleasant experiences encountered under his
ARTICLE II. YVe do most willingly be-
queath to thc incoming Senior Class our
dignity which was left us by the Seniors of
'26. This our successors will find intact, we
having found little or no occasion to use the
ARTICLE III. IVe leave to the sophomore
-class the thrill and excitement of the first
big social function of the Junior year-the
ARTICLE IV. IVe bequeath to all Junior
High pupils the privilege of enjoying the
beauty of their new building which they
will enter next fall.
ARTICLE V. To Mrs. Brightman we do
earnestly bequeath a Freshman Latin class
that can bear up under the strain of con-
struction and prose and pass bravely on to
rxRTICLE VI. YVe bequeath to Miss Taylor
a class in Senior History and Civics having
more sparkling intellect than such classes
of the past year.
ARTICLE VII. To Miss Geist and Mr.
Fromm we do bequeath the sincerest thanks
of the Annual Staff for their invaluable as-
sistance in the publication of the Annual.
ARTICLE VIII. WVe bequeath to Miss
Hamann one bear fur coat, three spools of
red tape and one bullet-proof vest, for travel
in Russia. May she come out alive!
ARTICLE IX. To Miss VVarner we be-
queath great happiness in the supervision of
her private home economics department.
ARTICLE X. To the rest of the faculty
and those mentioned above we leave one
large Bermuda onion so that they may'not
find it difficult to give our departure a
VVe do hereby constitute and appoint Arch
Houstle and Dorothy Kelley as executor and
executrix of this first, last and only will and
testament of the Class of 1927. Said execu-
tor and executrix are to furnish a bond of
fine honor cards.
In witness whereof, We, the Class of 1927,
of dear old Bexley High School, have to
this document, set our hands and seal on
this June, of the year of our Lord, One
Thousand, Nine Hundred and Twenty-seven.
Drawn up and filed by
TI-IE CLASS or 1927.
Tw en ty-o no
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Twe ll t y-two
lVide is the world, and many paths to follow,
The years stretch far ahead, today is swift.
So much to dream and learn and plan and ponder!
Tasks to achieve and waiting loads to lift.
Giver of youth, and youth's glad zest of living,
lvho archest all men's ways with heavenls own blue,
Bfay I bring happiness in many placesg
May I be happy, too.
Maker of Life, in some far-off Tomorrow
Bfay those I've learned to love, my classmates,
Know that Thou who doth the lily clothe
Will always guide and never shall forsake.
God of today, as of the far-off future, '
How much I have-and more lies waiting me!
Help me to find the task I best can do,
And do it as for thee.
IAICILLE CRELIEANS '27
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