Convoy Union High School - Bellerophon Yearbook (Convoy, OH)

 - Class of 1935

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Convoy Union High School - Bellerophon Yearbook (Convoy, OH) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 16
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.THE BELLEROPHON Last Will and Testament V531 - V Ley We, the members of the class of one thousand nine hundred and thirty-five, being of somewhat questionable stability in mental capacity, draw up this last will and testament in which we hereby will and bequeath our most valuable possessions as follows: SECTION I ITEM I-We will and bequeath to the Junior Class our scholastic ability and our habit of winning contests. We also bequeath to said class our athletic ability. In order to maintain these abilities we leave two hundred iron bound volumes on the technique of basketball, baseball, typing, shorthand, and various other activities. ITEM II-To the Sophomore Class we will and bequeath seventy-live knee- action, airflow, little red skooters which will make possible their going from the assembly to the various classrooms in the allotted three minutes. ITEM III-To those Freshmen who may have a hard time receiving recogni- tion from some of the upper-classmen we do hereby will and bequeath to them fifty pairs of non-skid, twelve-foot stilts, with the condition that good care be taken of them, so that they will be high enough in the air to at least see the tops of the heads of the upper-classmen. ITEM IV-We will to those industrious, ever helping teachers a speaking system by which there will be placed in each room a loud speaker, so that they may lecture to the students from their easy chairs in their respective oflices. We hereby believe that this program will meet with the approval of everyone enrolled in the high school. SECTION II ITEM I-To Anna Ruth Backus. Janette Terry, and Karl Giessler, we will Paul Schaadt's ability in typing. May they make good use of this gift. ITEM II-To Clayton Wambsganss and Bruce Kreischer we do bequeath some additional height which is not needed by our members, Lloyd McDowell and Clilford Bell. ITEM III-To I-Iarold Shook and John Gunsett we give Gayle Ereck's abil- ity to get along with girls-either blond or brunette. ITEM IV-To Esten Eortney, Bob Campbell, and Vincent Muntzinger we will Donald Dauler's, Lawrence Pancakes. and Donald Eortney's ability to play basketball. ITEM V-To Mary Burgo and Ruth I-Ieymann we leave Helen Cupp's and Esther Simmon's ability to keep up a rapid-fire and lively conversation. ITEM VI--To Junior Moore we will and bequeath Clifford Young's co- operative spirit and ability to see miles into the future. The glasses may be rented by the hour. ITEM VII-To Katherine Krugh and Ruth Jones we will those long finger nails of Theola Ery. May you keep them as "long" as she has. girls. ITEM VIII-To Cora Carey and Billie Snyder we will and bequeath the sylph-like figure of Clara Seslar. 19

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