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I, James Harris, leave my coffee breaks at Woodbound to Donald Fish.
I, Monty Hart, will the gearshift knob from my old Plymouth to my brother George.
I, James l-lautanen, will my ability to accomplish the impossible, and also my overflowin' tears
to Sandra Symonowicz. You will need both of them, I assure you, if you ever hope to trap that
I, Daniel Jewell, leave my position as treasurer of the l.A.A. to any Junior capable of handling
I, Lawrence Kenney, leave my chubbiness and a large supply of Metrecal to Mike Reddy. You
will find them invaluable.
I, Judith Larochelle, will my ability to put the basketball through the hoop to anyone on next
year's boy's varsity who wants to appropriate it.
I, James Leach, leave my hair to Kenny Daniels in case his grandfather goes scissors crazy, and
also my Arthur Murray dancing ability to anyone who is not adroit at the art. 1
I, Robert Oja, will my bookkeeping ability to Miss Hancock.
I, Gloria Paradise, leave my vocabulary words to Peggy Peard. Who knows - Mr. Devoid may
use the same words next year.
I, Jean Raymond, will my sports ability to Carol Elsbree. A
I, Peter Rivard, bequeath all the bottles on the back road to anyone who thinks they can get any
thing from them.
I, Christina Sawtelle, leave my ability for getting in and out of trouble to "The Detention Kid.
I, Harvey Sawyer, won't . . . unless lwant to.
I, Dick Smith, leave my English themes in the hands of Mrs. Kendall - to tear up.
I, Colleen Sebastian, will carefree philosophy to my sister Loretta. V
I, William Stewart, leave my guitar-playing ability to Johnny Crawford. Maybe he will have
more time than I had.
l, Mike Symonowicz, will Nov. 10's to Terry Davis.
I, Frank Tabor, leave my job at Coll's to the richest guy in school. ,
I, John Tabor, will my double negatives to anyone who needs to improve his handwriting.
I, Martha Tribble, will my ability to wait patiently at the bottom of a ski slope to anyone who
thinks Jack Belletete is worth waiting for.
I, Ed Van Blarcom, will my Ford to any Chevy lover. I
I, Jane Washburn, will my vast encyclopedia of jokes to Mr. Boucher. For supplementary edi-
tions, see my sister.
I, Sylvia White, leave my rendez-vous in the Library to any other watchful librarian.
Signed and sealed by:
Russell F. Butler”