East Canton High School - Echo Yearbook (East Canton, OH)

 - Class of 1957

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Claw will 'Fo the class of '58: We hereby state. Have your toil, Have your fun, And life can be joyous for everyone. To the class of '59 We leave you our crazy Times. Our Rock 8: Roll Parties that were a ball And all our moments that were not dull. To the class of Nineteen 60 we bequeath Our studious moments that were rare, And our many joyous ones we'll spare. We, the class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Seven, being of sound mind, do declare this will to the juniors, who could do just as well without it. JoAnn Alloway, do bequeath my ability to eat and put on weight, to Mike Stinchcomb. Dick Baker, do bequeath my desire to shoot cats to Veterinarian DeHoff. Don Bardine, do bequeath my dizzy fingers at the piano to Carol Fornasiero. Joanne Barnes, do bequeath my love for green Chevies to Marilyn McAdow. Ellen Barthel, do bequeath all my worn and bat- tered up pictures of Elvis Presley to Pat Arntz. Wayne Bowker, do bequeath my madness for Rock 8: Roll to Pat Williams. Paul Brand, do bequeath all my brotherly love to my sister, Emma Brand. Sylvia Brozic, do bequeath my everlastin CPD heel to Linda Ward. Mona Cable, do bequeath the teasing the boys give me about living on the farm to my Sis, Judy. Harry Clayton, do bequeath my typing ability and all my typing grades to Judy Gastin. Ralph Coss, bequeath my ability to get into trouble and really live it up to Marty Mong. Roberta Davis, do bequeath my cousin, Jim, to Doretta Yoho. Marvin Denison, do bequeath all of my devilish- ness to the entire Junior class. All right don't push. There is enough to go around. Kenny Dietrich, do bequeath my night-life and sideline to Snooky Linhart. Jim DeWalt, do bequeath my ability to be a studious math student to David Conrad. George Dobransky, do bequeath all my bashful- ness to Dorothy Good. Bob Eaton, do bequeath my muscle-bound legs to Sharal Schweyer. Shirley Enerick, do bequeath a new interest in band to Jean Brown. Carole Feiock, do bequeath my red duck tails to Sue Stoffer. Margeret Fulton, do bequeath two dead flies to Louise Horner. Rebecca Gardner, do bequeath my ability to get along with all the teachers to Kenny Parsons. Carol Gray, do bequeath my Coy Personality 8: Colgate Smile to Dick Clapper. Carol Guittar, do bequeath the Do Ra Me's of Theory Class to Rosalle Esselburn. Delores Haubert, do bequeath my crazy cultivated laugh to Sandra Albers. Vern Heim, do bequeath my love of country air to Barbara Blose. Lee Herrington, do bequeath my real cool catty looks to anyone who needs them. Marjorie Irvine, do bequeath the rest of my un- borrowed clothes to Linda Moser. Donald Irwin, do bequeath my endless supply of good times to any Junior who lives a dull life. Pat Jensen, do bequeath my shyness to Kathy Thelen. Shirley Jensen, do bequeath my bottle of Peroxide to Janice Mong. Ray Karp, do bequeath my Union Workman Scrap to Dick Offineer. Carol King, do bequeath my quiet ways to Judith Jozwiakowski. Betty Little, do bequeath my giggles and blushes

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to my sister Barbara. A Dave Mair, do bequeath my curly hair to jim Van- Voorhis. Mary Malone, do bequeath my love of Sport Cars to Bob Aller. Jack Martin, do bequeath my heart to Carol Kaser. Ralph McAdow, do bequeath my ability to do algebra to jim "the Tank" Klotz. Linda Miller, do bequeath one years supply of bird seed to Irene Sprankle. Kathy Mitchell, do bequeath my good Natured- ness to Gail Mathis. Sandra McClellen, do bequeath my ability to blitz 8: get away with it to Virginia Messenger. Bill Moretta, do bequeath my dancing ability to Paul Dickerhoff. Dan Moser, do bequeath my little black book to Jack Heflin. Carol Motts, do bequeath my Bass Drum, to Elaine Foster. Lucy Moulin, do bequeath my unpredictableness to my Sis, JoAnn. Karen Prince, do bequeath my driving and parking ability to Waveline Pickett. David Robinson, do bequeath all my headaches as Senior Class President to the next unfortunate victim. jack Rohrbaugh, do bequeath my goof-a-matic drive to George Carl. Dean Rothacher, do bequeath all my weight to skinny Elmer Snider. Gary Sagerman, do bequeath my wittiness to Martha Hegnaver. Shirley Sautters, do bequeath my ability to lose one and gain two pounds, my diets and calorie counter to Robert Youtz. Donnetta Schreffler, do bequeath my unsexy na- ture to Marilyn Foster. Ralph Schwartz, do bequeath my innocence-how 'bout that. Matlyn Shepherd, do bequeath my ability to al- ways lose an argument to Rosie Rohrer. Karen Smith, do bequeath my love for the tall, dark, and handsome to Pat Myers. Pat Stinchcomb, do bequeath my position as foot- ball queen to the next lucky girl who wants to lose 10 pounds. Roger Stith, do bequeath my real cool catty clothes and personality to my brother, Elbert. Leanard Talbott, do bequeath my good sportman- ship attitude to Richard Slicker. Bob Telen, do bequeath "my modesty" to May Brunner. Don Thomas, do bequeath my rattlely car to Bill Campbell. jerry Volzer, do bequeath my private "parking" meter to Ted Shepler. Jane Watkins, do bequeath my slim figure and unnoticeable dimples to Lorin Smith. jean Watkins, do bequeath Snyder's "deep freeze" Road to Betty Jensen. V Carol Weirough, do bequeath Nothing to No one as I'm saving it all for Lenny. Donna Workman, do bequeath my ability to go the wrong way on one-way streets to Glen Der- heimer. George Yoho, do bequeath my false choppers to my brother Gene. In witness whereof, we the Class of 1957, have signed and declared this as our last will and testament on this 14th day of December, 1956. Witnesses: Margaret Fulton Pat Stinchcomb Sylvia Brozic Clarr colon: Gold and white Clan flower: Yellow rose Clan Motto: Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it . . . THOMAS FULLER

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