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Prophecy After being out of the country for several years, I came to New York City. While I was attending a fashion show one afternoon, whom should I see but one of my class- mates of ' 58, Carlile Fields, the prettiest model there. We begantalking about our other classmates and I found that she had kept track of them through the ten years since our graduation. She told me that the dresses being model- ed were designed by Nancy Hiliiard and Elizabeth Gaines. Also, Carlile told me she has twin daughters. When she models, she leaves them at a day nursery run by Patsy Fields . 1 asked about Emma Jean Calicutt and learned that she is a secretary for a large exporting business firm owned by Jimmy Moody and Earl Justice, here in the big city. She told me that Betty Jean Blalock and Sarah F ranees Clark are hair stylists and own a large shop in Bonlee, our old home town. Gene Wilson is now a pilot forT. W. A. and Marie Phillips loves her job as stewardess on his plane. George Oldham, who always seemed to like driving a school bus, now drives a Greyhound bus. Wayne Rose and Harlan Phillips have their own T. V. show called " A Million Laughs " and Luther Jones has his own radio show on which he sings all the popular songs. He always did like to sing (especially in class), so this did not surprise me. Donald Whitt, L a r r y Reid, and Boyd Harris are doing very well with the Washington Redskins with whom they play pro. football. That certainly was turning their first love into a life vocation. Also, Richard Carter has a large cattle ranch in T exas . SulonHoltis captain of a large ocean liner and nobody could enjoy that excitement of travel more than he . Then we begantalking about our teachers, and I discovered there were three among our classmates. Patricia Webster and Mary Frances Clark teach in the brand new elementary school recently built at Bonlee; and E a r 1 Phillips, who could always play the piano so well, gives all his time to teaching music. Since this accounted for all our classmates, we said good-by and went back to our jobs, both feeling a great deal better with our renewed memories of the old class of ' 58, Class Prophet Betty Sue White 12
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Zestimony We, the nineteen hundred fifty-eight class of B o n 1 e e High School, in the county of Chatham, state of North Carolina, being of strong bodies and almost sane minds, do have a few possessions I, Harlan Phillips, will my habit of arguing to Norbert Loflin, who never says a word. which we cannot carry with us ; we do hereby bequeath them to the following schoolmates in this our last will and testament: I, Patricia Webster, will to my sister Judy my record of attending every football and basket - ball game durihg my four years of high school. I, Nancy Hilliard, will to my brother, Ralph, my ability to make twenty words a minute in typing. I, Mary Frances Clark, will my love for athletics and my athletic medal to my brother, Jim. I, Lib Gaines, will to Marie Tally my basket ball suit and my position as center on the girls ' basketball team. Watch those shots, T ally. I, Boyd Harris, will my position as half- back on the football team to my brother. Buddy. Keep the ball rolling. Kid I I, Earl Justice, will to my brother, Franklin, my seat in the Senior classroom. Keep it warm ! I, Wayne Rose, will all my wise cracks to J ohnny Clark. W atch for the teachers, Johnny. They won ' t appreciate them. I, George Oldham, will my bus (I have driven it for three years) to my brother Jimmy. Keep it clean, Jim ! I, Donald Whitt, will my ability to play sports to my brothe r, C . D . Keep trying and you ' ll succeed. I, S u 1 o n Holt, will to my brother, Odell, my position on the football team. Drive hard, " Kitten " ! 1, Patsy Fields, leave my chemis try book (with a sigh of great relief) to Alicia Beaver. I, Sarah Frances Clark, will to my sister J ean my seat in Chemistry class. Study, Jean, it ' s hard! I, Richard Carter, will to my brother, Jimmy, the Lincoln and all the good time s that go with it. I, Marie Phillips, will to Doris Brewer my place at the radiator in the auditorium. Keep the trash from behind it, Doris . I, Luthe r Jones, will to my brothe r, Jackie, my " catty " ways . Keep your collar up. Son I I, Betty Jean Blalock, will to Nancy Handcox, my talk in study hall. Watch out for Mrs. I, Larry Reid, will to J ohnny Beal my height and cente r position on the basketball team. Leonard, Nancy. I, Earl Phillips, will my curly hair to David Cameron. Keep it combed, David. I, Betty Sue White, will my place - -smallest girl in the Senior Class---to my sister. Y ou ' ll have to start reducing now, Judy. I, Carlile Fields, will my position as co- captain on the basketball team to Norma Jean Clapp. Hang in there, Shortie, and help them win. In the presence of the senior class and at their request and in the presence of one another we do hereby affix our names as witnesses thereto. Sign . d, sealed, declared, and published this the twenty-fifth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thous ' ' ”d nine hundred and fifty-eight as our last will a estament. I, Emma Jean Calicutt, will my Superlative award of " Most Studious " , to Judy Kiser. You ' d better start studying now, girl I WITNESSES: I, Jimmy Moody, will my bus number 82 to anyone who can keep it between the ditches . Betty Leonard Lib Gaines G. M. Shumar Testator 11
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F J ... 1 L. ' Senior Class Officers Wayne Rose, President; Elizabeth Gaines, Vice-President; Patsy Fields, Secretary; Emma Jean Calicutt, Treasurer. Mascots RANDY WHITE Son of Mr. Mrs. G. B. White GAIL FIELDS Daughter ofMr. Mrs. W. A. Fields 13
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