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Lorene Sutton bequeath unto ane Peyton mv beautxful halr
Nlarjorte Chunn bequeath unto Dorothy Strickland my modesty
Anne Harvey bequeath unto Ehse Fvans and Brenda Kmg my grm
Fred I"l1gllSl'l bequeath unto Wray Handley and am s Yarbrough mx
ab11t to get bv
NHIICIC Iovell bequeath unto Geneva Penny my posltlon tn coach s car
Sarah Stroud bequeath unto Edward Davies my get by ab1l1ty ln geom
Helen Shropshire bequeath unto bdt the McClure my ablllty to flirt
Ora Morrxs bequeath unto ames Russell and Cecll Chandler my bass volce
Dorrxs Berry bequeath unto Lorra ne Poole my sxllmess
ulxa Dent Wodward bequeath unto Gerry Camp by personahty
Ruth Teague bequeath unto Katnleen Cdom mv posxtlon as Assxstant Bust
Marv Emma George bequeath unto rrances Hargxtt my ball socks
Mrldred Ray bequeath unto Armenta Wxse my old geometry papers
B atrtce Walker bequeath unto Eveleen Smxth my cooperatlve ways
Lorne Mcfutchen bequeath unto Iren Sldeman my abxhty to be shy
Elalne Ltvelv bequeath unto Ceha Holland mv tearful volce
Ruth Blankenshxp bequeath unto Fvelxn Ha rlson my left h1nd
Marte S mpson bequ ath unto Eugene Hay nes my contmuo IS flow of words
XX7e do hereby nommate and appomt the e alted udge Perkmg as sol execu
or of thls our Last Wlll and Testament vnth the provlston that the said executor
as a guarantee of the fa1thFul performance of his dutles shall be requxred to gxve
bond for three hundred and slxtv five m1ll1on dollars and two cents
In WIIDCQS whereof we the Senlor Class of 1935 have to this our Last Wxll
11 d Testament set our hands and seal the :lst day of May year of our Lord One
Thousand Nme Hundred and Tlurty Fxve
AIIPIN Pom IfVztnecv
W T JORDAN Wztnevv
Haxmg personally appeared before me thls 51st dav of May the S mor Class
of Decatur Semor I-hgh School bemg known to me and after bemg dulv sworn and
acknowledged deposeth and sayeth
We the Senlor Class of Decatur Hlgll School do hereby testlfv that thls 19
our Iast Wxll and Testam nt and herebv make vold all prevlous vulls relatwe to
the aforesald property herem described
SQUIRF I-IIRAM T PFRKING
Notary 0 tl? Publzc
By L1.oYn Dnsrsmone Ianyer
NINETEEN THIRTY FIVE
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Paul Bryant bequeath unto Wtlltanu Slmmons my abtltty to woo a matd
Ed Meadows bequeath unto PIEl10IIYlb Parks my daneme, slcmll
Stuart Peebles bequeath unto Harry Thornhill my absence excuses
Madolyn Mclfntght bequeath unto Naney laubenthal my good name
Carroll Allen bequeath unto XVoodrow Neely and Raymond Thornlnll mx
Charlotte Taylor bequeath unto Qpal Holland my red hps
Edgar Hansell bequeath unto Ly nn Mtlrplmy my bood look
Marlorxe Phxmzy bequeath unto Mary Whlte my graceful walk
Bruce Hmes bequeath unto Edna Gray my ewcus s for tardmess
Louvtsa Wade bequeath unto Luexlle Brow n my love for boys
Al Wtlstxtm bequeath unto Rtbert Wtlstmn my 46 ehest
Frances A Green bequeath unto Mary B Armor my salesmanshtp abtht
I1sabeth Martm b queath unto Helen Abel my glasses
B111 Broolc bequeath unto Cec1l Clemmons mv ab1l1ty to slc1p pertods
Olen Drake bequeath unto CIIFISIIIIL Poff my abxhty to break test tubes
Wxlltam FFSHCIS bequeath unto Oberd Huddleston my art of jugglxng gro
Cella BOIIIICI' DRVIS l79qLIC3fl1 unto Estelle RLlSSCll my OIHCC P6l'lOd
Henry Sanders bequeath unto Ralph X mes and ack Prxnce my ambltlon
Marshall Sandhn bequeath unto Edward Stvley my love ol l1LlI'1f1I'1g
Faye Hargxtt bequeath unto Lena Prosser my wealc votce
Myra Sapp bequeath unto Martha WllllanlS my qulet ways
Bobby Anderson bequeath unto fom lxmgs and Harold Premt my penctl
Evelyn Bates bequeath unto Mary Sue Hardm my mgrown toe malls
ean Halbert bequeath unto Irma Murphree the holes IH my shoes
Dorothy Andrew bequeath unto Wuma Bloodworth my baby pxcture
Ewell Brtscoe bequeath unto Cread Petty my Chemlstry seat
Wxlltanm Lewts bequeath unto Olhs Flaclc and WIISOII Taylor my l'lZ1Il6S5
Harold Smtth bequeatm unto Agnes Sturdwant my A tn Hlstorv
Evelyn Green bequeath unto Carolyn Le1tler my love for ohnnv
Eva Love Wyatt bequeath unto Wfynell bell my deslre to be an old mald
ane Nevllle bequeath unto Ruth and Louxse Wells my profanlty hatred
E Mathews bequeath unto Mamte Burns and Dawn Holland my lov
I Mlldred Motes bequeath unto ewel M Edwards my sense of humor
I Ruth Farrer bequeath unto Clara Belle Turner my destre for good grades
I V1v1an Hanmgan bequeath unto my stster Mildred my booklceeptng lcnowl
THE GOLDEN MEMORIES
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Senror Class l-llstory
In the fall of 1929 two important events took place A group of frightened
youngsters entered Central High School only to be dubbed by upperclassmen with
the surprisingly suitable title of rats To say that we were driven to our studies
would not do Justice to the situation At the end of the first semester we were ac
tually panting for breath And thus we struggled on rarely faltering because of the
tmely a1d of Miss Penn Miss Ward Miss Rhinehart Mrs Clark Mr Wheat and
The other important happening of that auspicious year was the enrollment of
a group of students equally as frightened at Riverside High School If the truth
were told I expect this group was found to have more fertile brains than those of
Central High so Miss Smith Miss Russell and Mrs Garren were not quite so
burdened with their tasks
At length both classes so far ascended the scale of learning as to be proudly
called umor III s or that hated word freshmen At this point both groups be
gan to appear in classes of the teachers in sen1or high school At Central these
were Miss Eich Mr Taylor Miss Pope Miss Reeder and Mr Fuller At River
Then came senior high We felt that now we really were up in the world
The sophomore class at Riverside boasted forty members At Central we had a
large number also
With the beginning of our jumor year came the consolidation of the two
schools into the Decatur Senior High School Miss Usscry was our sponsor Dur
ing that year we put on a play The Spanish Onion The production of this play
uncovered heretofore dormant talent among our classmates There were one hun
dred twenty four of us and we firmly believed ourselx cs to be more important than
The main objectives of our senior tear have b cn to publish an annual and to
graduate Toward these two thmgs we have constantly strived With the aid of
our patient sponsor Miss Ussery W have put on two magazine campaigns and
have sponsored several picture shows XVe have also sponsored the production of
Romeo and Juliet and The Merchant of Venice by the Avon Players One
sen1or play has already been presented and we are planning to put on another
And now as we stand one hundred eight in number ready to FCCCIVC our dt
plomas we can truly say that the consolidation of the two high schools has proved
1 great blessing to the class of 1935
FRANCES ANNE GREEN Hzstorzan
THE GOLDEN MEMORIES
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