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reasonably sound mind make the following
bequests to probably ungrateful receivers
Mary Williams leaves her ability to
find something to argue over to Joyce
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Now that the four years we have strug
oled through are ne rly over, memories
some floating back to us.
Freshman year with a few of us bashful and
shaky and wondering what was going on a-
bout us, getting accustomed to the passing
room and the
we dldn't elect officers be-
glrls were ln the Homemaklng
boys ln the Science room.
sophomore year, we had the
initiating the 'newliesf Our
in the study hall and Mr.
Pattinson, our advisor.
During our junior year our homeroom
was the history room with-Mrsv Threlchler,
as advisor and Miss Kennedy our home room
teacher. we elected as officers of our
class: Pres., R. Ahart, Vice Pres., P.
Staubach, Sec., M. Green, Treas., R. Weben
We presented 'More Fools than Onen as our
Junior play. The cast of characters were:
M. Williams, M. Andrews, D. Nielson, R.
Ahart, P. Staubach, R. Weber, C. Marshall,
E. Chrysler, L. Benjamin, M. Green, H. An-
drews, and E. Gage.
Now we are proud Seniors with only
six boys and thirteen girls. Several of
the boys of our class have left to join
the service: Merle Carrier, Army, Donald
Rhydderch-Navy, Edward Manley-Army, Ro-
bert Nlchols-Navy, Robert Baker-Army. Our
Class officers are: Pres. H. Kaldon,Vice
Pres.- K. Scharf, Sec.- H. nndrews, and
Rev. Earl Tolly was our speaker at
Commencement. The valedictorlan was Mary
Williams and the salutatorlan Loretta
Benjamin. Helen Kaidon received the D A R
award for citizenship. The Baccalaureate
Service was held ln the Methodist Church
Instead of spending our money for a
long trip this year, it seemed better to
una to invest most of it in a memorial for
the Candor alumni now in service. Due ol-
namental face moulding
ls embossed Jyod
beautifully finished in burnished bronze.
It has a large eagle on
burnished bronze finish.
processed in gold and
the top center of
Scroll is screen
the lettering ln
blue. lndividual name strips are emiossed
in blue letters on gold and they slide in-
to the slotted holders. lt has a glass
front to protect the plaque from dust and
uirt. The name of the school is lettered
above the individuals' names.
that was left of our iunds took us on
To Gene Chrysler, Patricia Staubach
leaves her daily task of letter writing.
Robert Weber leaves nothing to anyone
who can find use for lt.
DeForest Heffron and Richard Ahart
leave their ability to snap the girls with
rubber bands to D. Kelsey.
Esther Gage leaves her pig-tails to
The Senior girls leave their tall,
dark and handsome boys to the Junior girls
To Mrs. Strong, the Seniors leave a
nThanksn for her helpful guidance through-
out thelr High School career.
lra and Graydon -Martin leave their
knowledge of the farmtQJlmmy and Johnny
Charles Butler leaves his ministerial
ability iln Flattering Wordl to Dale
The Senior girls leave their giggling
nature to the Junior class.
To the Sophomores, they leave their
To the Freshmen they leave three more
happy years of school life. lHope you
take advantage of itll
Richard Ahart and DeForest Heffron
leave to Buddy Bauer their regular visits
to the office.
Kathryn Scharf leaves her undone
lessons to Mrs. Strong.
Helen Kaldon leaves her charming
personality to Shirley Storms.
To the Juniors, the Seniors leave the
new library equipment.
Marie Walters leaves to Marian Max-
well, her slacks.
The Seniors leave their courage to
walk out of study hall any time they want
to, to the Faculty.
Mary and Helen Andrews leave to Miss
Kennedy, all the time they wasted by being
late to History class.
Dorothy Nellsen leaves her New York
accent to Rene Austin.
Virginia Moshier leaves to Harold Co-
mpton her ability to be absent or late to
Mary A., Marie G. and Loretta B.,
leave to Betty K., Helen E., and Dorothy
G., the best times while cheerleading.
Marian Hill leaves to hleanor Wagen-
eder her quietness.
Marie Walters leaves to Betty Kess-
ler her sinus trouble and used kleenex.
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Build thee more stately mansions, 0 my soul
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'She rode astride and wore a pair of spurs,
In bantering a lively tongue was hers:
In love spells and in charms she dealt,
For of that art she knew the blithe old dance.
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