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Robert Douglas Brill "Brigg"
"Common friends are like flowers: they wilt when
the weather gets bad. " WILL: I will all of my fu-
ture headaches and upset stomachs to Mr. Coy G.
Harris. He can add them to his collection.
"Tears in one's eyes bring joy to another. " WILL:
I will to my brother, Henry, my seat in Psychology
class and my good knowledge, to have in the years
Roy Brohm III "Cous"
"If at first you don 't succeed, why try again. "'
WILL: I would like to, as a senior who is to venture
away from CCHS into the world of really being a
part of America, leave to the future leaders, my
experience as a leader: in sports, my speed and
agility to Jerome Lewis. Also, I would like to leave
to all brothers my instinct of being "Kool. "
"Do what you will, but don 't be sorry later. "
WILL: I will my ability to get along with Mr.
Harris to Charlie Bennett, Mike West, and Bobbie
Salono, and any others that might find it valuable.
Allen Wayne Dodson "Tex" I
"Anything you can do, I can do better. " WILL: I
will my boots to Tex Ritter: my ability to ride a
horse to Mrs. King: my ability to be on time to
Penny Dollar: and my ability to act to all the guys
at CCHS who need it.
Ruby Penelope Dollar "Penny"
"I'm always on time, no matter how long it takes."
WILL: I will my great talent of being late to Mr.
Thomas, cause he is always on time: dog- gone it . . .
And to my little sis, Sallie, I will my Barbra S.
voice, because she sure needs it.
Mark Clarence Doughty "Mark"
"Let's make it, dude." WILL: I will my guitar to
Chip Stockton, in hopes that he gets sore fingers,
Donna Gail Gentry "Donna"
"There's no laughs left, cause we have laughed
them all." WILL: I will to my little sister Kim all
of the good times that I have had in school.
Marie LoreneIGreer "Hippy"
"You have got to love what is loveable and hate
what is hateable. It takes brains to know the differ-
ence." WILL: I will my great ability to under-
stand the world and its changing times to the child-
ren Of CCHS.
Linda Maxcine Keene "Linda"
"My future has been planned, third finger left hand.
WILL: I will my ability to get married to Charlotte
Long, she will need it.
James Edward McNeal "'Eddie"
WILL: I will my Camero fcow catchery to the first
person who wants to go parking on Barden Road. I
will my entire body to Cynthia.
Rebecca Jane Main "Becky"
"Duty is my motto, knowledge is my aim, yet I am
human and jolly all the same. WILL: I will my
perfect behavior and manners and my quietness at
all times to the many who needs them.
Judith Ann Main "Judy" I
"I would rather be small and shine than be big and
cast a shadow. " WILL: I will my ability to come
to class prepared to Mike West.
Richard B. Middleton "Bean"
"We treat this world of ours as though we had a
spare in the trunk. " WILL: I will my tremendous
height and weight to Bobby and Russeii, hOp11'1g that
they will share it reasonably.
Deborah Jane Miller "Debs"
"If I can't be famous, I will just settle for being
kind of rich." WILL: I will my ability to write my
term theme in a cemetery to my boyfriend, Teddy
Thom qalas, one of manyy.
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Thomas David Millican
"If it feels good, do it. " WILL: I will my love
beads to Linda Harrison, and my funky legs to
Martha Love, and to Faye Bacon, my artistic abili-
ties, which are very little. S
Ronald Arthur Mitchell "Mitch"
"He who makes monev, will lose money." WILL:
I will Hudson Faison my chest and may ne use it
to the best of his ability.
Susan Margaret Newton, "Rabbit"
"If one complains about someone or something, he
will always find the flaw to be in his own personal-
ity." WILL: I will my athletic ability to the facul-
ty and especially to Mr. Taylor, Mr. Piggott, Mr.
Borgh, Mr. Kirkland, Miss Jo, and Mrs. Logan. I
love you all.
Victor Vance Nickerson, Jr. "Nictor"
"The whole world is crazy' except me." WILL: I
will my inability to think of a will to the coming
Rebecca Neline Nordquist ."Becki"-
"Don't live in the past cause it can't be changed:
don't worry about tomorrow because it may never
come: just be happy, have fun, and live for today.
WILL: I will to Lois Richards my calm, serene
temper and a king-sized bottle of helium: to Kerry
Tulley I will all my good times to take with her
when she leaves.
Glenn Edwin Norris "Snorkle"
"I can do all things through Christ which strengthens
me. " Phillipians 4- 13. WILL: I will my nose to
anyone who has trouble breathing.
Shirley Anne Padgett
WILL: I will all of my understanding and some of
my luck, also my smile, to Mary Denseon. I also
will her a life of happiness and a heart with love.
Michael Newman Pearce "Bud Man"
"Nobody gets out of life alive, so make the best of
it. " WILL: I will all of my empty wine bottles to
Clint Palmer qto add to his collectiony. "
Judith Annette Pound "Pottie"
"All is fair in love and war. " WILL: I will all my
senior high school memories to my best and truest
friend, Jane Locker.
Jacquelyne Y. Smith "Jackie"
"Come on, gang, let's have some fun." WILL: I
will to the future seniors, my ability to be friendly
and happy at all times. And, to all of the girls,
the ability to not run after boys, but to walk along
side of them.
Deborah Louise Waldrop "Deb"
"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not
unto .thine own understanding. " Proverbs 8:5. A
WILL: I will my ability to have fun and goof off
without a stimulant, or should I say depressant, to
all of you so called "in" crowd people with personal
ity hang- ups.
Milton Morris Caldwell, Jr. "Milt"
"To conquer or die. " WILL: I will my warm wel-
come to another new student.
Ronald Eugene Byrd "Byrd Man"
"If you ever need a helping hand, look at the end
of your own arm. " WILL: I will my cycle tires to
Robert Alexander Ashe "Shine"
"CCHS, a flower will wilt and die, but you will
smell forever. " WILL: I will my speed to Millard
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