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I, GUS DUDLEY, leave my reckless driving to Harry Hall.
I, DALLAS HARALSON, leave my ambition to be a nurse, to Jeanne
Jones, hoping she'll take it to heart. I
l, ELAINE FRIEDMAN, leave my ability to be quiet in study hall to
l, NETTIE FULLER, Ieave my habit of winking at people to Letty O'Neal,
hoping it will help her someday.
l, DOT HUNTER, Ieave my ability to date O. C.'s in red convertibles to
anyone who is lucky enough to catch them.
I, RITA FONNLER, leave my ability to make one A in biology to Alex
I, VONCILE PICKETT, Ieave my ability to get along with others to Larie
I, WYNETTE FULLER, leave my ability to talk two hours straight with-
out saying the same thing twice to Ann Mitchell and Ruth Wooltolk.
I, 'BECCA HARDAWAY, leave my sneeze to anyone who sneezes loud
l, JIMMY ELLIS, Ieave my quietness to Joe Hall.
I, MANLY FLOURNOY, leave my ability to get back fraternity pins to
any boy who is crazy enough to give a girl one.
I, BETTY JANE HORNE, leave my passing marks to my sister.
I, KATHARINE WARD, leave "Henry Esmond" to Vera Drane.
I, MARY LOU ILLGES, Ieave my good grades to "Ape." I hope that he
can use them.
We, MARY DeBARDELEBEN and ERIE SUE BLOODWORTH, Ieave our
chemistry to anvone stupid enough to take it.
I, DORIS DANIEL, leave my ability to doodle in poetry to Ann Turner.
I, BILLY CRAWFORD, leave my familiarity with the path to the office
to Al Osteen whether he wants it or not.
l, MURIEL BARR, leave my ability to get along with everyone to those
who get angry easily.
I, OTIS BURNHAM, leave . . period . . with Eleanor of course.
I, GEORGIA COSBY, leave my love for Mark to Mary Ann to put with
l, ZETA CONWAY, leave my dramatic ability to Sara Smith.
I, KENNETH DEATON, leave my good looks to Billy Cunningham.
l, LOUISE BARFIELD, Ieave my ability to patch up Dennis Calhoun's
love afairs to anyone who has time.
l, LOUIE CHENEY, leave my ability to look innocent in Latin to Billy
I, ELEANOR NEWTON, leave my pigeon-toed walk to Mary Strain.
I, GEORGE WOODRUFF, leave my ability to make sixty when sixty is
passing and raise it to seventy when seventy is passing to Mote Andrews.
I, BETTYE HUDGINS, leave my ability to hang by my heels from a sec-
ond story balconv to Sue Stuckey.
I, PEGGY PEASE, leave mv naturally curly hair to Mr. Thomas.
I, FAYE TICE, leave my hair to Bert Griggs.
I, ELEANOR WEAVER, leave my bones to Miss Cheatham.
I, JEANNETTE CAULEY, leave just a little of my height.
I, DONALD ROBINSON, leave my ability to waste time to anyone who
is tired of passing.
I, ANN HENDERSON, leave my love for the beauty of spiritual-s to Sue
I, ELEANOR THOMAS leave with Otis.
I, FRED DAVIS, leave my hoboish ways to Linwood Hall, who doesn't
really need them.
I, FRED SILVER, leave my intelligence in English to Tommy Butts.
I, SYLVIA HIRSCH, leave my naturally curly hair to Beverly Chapman.
We, GILBERT STEPHENSON, BOBBY THOMPSON, CHUCK MAGONI,
and PHILIP BYRNE do not leave.
MARY NELL KINMAN