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We, the graduating class of 1955, of Edwardsburg High School, having proven ourselves of sound minds, do
hereby make and declare this to be om' last will and testament, bequeathing our worldly possessions to the
following, in the hope that they will use them to the greatest advantage.
To the Juniors we leave the Annual, including all the left-over glue, rubber bands, and paper clips, and
also all the expenses of the Senior year.
To the Sophomores, we will ice packs to hold down their swelling heads, and also a book of etiquette to
use in study halls.
To the Freshmen we leave all our lovable nicknames and zoo noises, and to the girls all our left-over jewelry.
To Mr. Blanchard we will a motor scooter to aid him so that he can go from one building to another in a
matter of seconds.
To Mr. Long we will a portable radar set so that he can tell what the kids are doing in the gym without making
a special trip.
To Mr. Mette we will a year's supply of Two-Way Cold Tablets so he will be prepared for his annual cold.
To Mr. Hart we will a scientific robot to do his cooking and an automatically adjusted shower to eliminate
To Mr. Francis we will a purple feather and rabbit's toot to pin on his green good-luck hat in hopes it will
help in next football season.
To Mr. Brooks we will a 1956 girlie calendar to brighten his office and keep him a jump ahead of the drawing
To Mr. Sendo we will a set of new nerves to replace the ones worn out in drives-'s training, also all the gass-
hoppers we turned loose in music class for his next year's Biology class.
To Miss Woodworth we will all the pins, needles, and thread that we have borrowed, and a new basketball
To Mrs. Andrews we will all our failed tests to use as examples in Business English, and a repair kit to use on
the typewriters where the mechanics of our class failed.
To Mrs. Dennert we will a new set of library books and magazines to replace those that we lost and tossed.
To Mrs. Schuler we will a package of blonde dye in case she decides to change her hair again, and all our
screechy voices to use in next year's Glee Club.
To Phoebe and Doris we will quiet, peaceful offices, without our smiling faces hurrying in and out every day.
l, Karen Anderson, will my enthusiasm over getting a diamond to Jean Ann Robinson.
I, jo Ann Beckwith, will my ability to warm the bench to Betty Kulp, who already has a good start.
I, Don Bigelow, will my quietness in assembly to Lonnie Schmidtendorff, who could use it.
Clifford Davis, will my ability to get D's in Government Class to Larry Barr.
Charlene Eggert, will my shortness to Dixie Whalen and Ramona Lewis, and my tlniftiness to Liz Westfall
fwho doesn't need it but I would hate to have anyone else get our patent.j
I, Ed Griffen, will my hot truck "Nellie-Belle" to Mr. Mette to save wear and tear on his shoes and so he can
whip to school and peel out in style.
I, Susie Kanu, will my loose sweaters to Pat Fodrocy, and my ability to be a one guy's gal to Joyce Minix.
Dale Klopfenstein, will my ability to complain to "Scrooge" to next year's Mechanical Drawing Class.
jackie Krecioch, will a large lead pipe to all those in Mr. Hart's future classes so they can protect them-
selves, I also will my nickname "Cliink" to all the other Polish-Chinesemen at E.I-I.S.
I, Neale Lunsford, will my ability to love 'em and leave 'em to Dick Ellis.
I, Bob Mains, will my humble ability to keep out of trouble, to get along with my teachers, and to stay on
the hona' roll, to those lower classmen who find it necessary to patronize Mr. Long's office quite frequently.
I, Larry Mattox, will my nickname, "Romeo" to Groucho.
I, Ruth Ellen Morse, will to my sister Marty my position on the cheerleading staff, and my ability to play
the field to any girl who wants it.
I, Robert Mortimer, will my bashfulness to anybody who wants it. Also I will my ability to stay away from
girls to Paul Maehler.
l, Ellen Onstott, will my ability to keep out of trouble to Terry jones, and my nickname "Tex" to Sally
Bolton, who seems to be the western type.
I, Beverly Overmyer, will my seat in Mr. Long's office to Mike Souders, and my good times in Elkhart to the
I, Betty Overmyer, will my ability to get along with Mrs. Schuler in Speech class to Ray I-Iunsberger.
I, Ann Padbury, will my cheerleading ability to Pat Freeman, and also a pair of loose levis.
I, Gary Pontius, will my old Vita-meter to anybody who wants troubles , and my position on the baseball team
to anyone who likes to warm the bench. ' Q
I, Harry Procta-, will my nickname "Hairless" to John Dalrymple.
I, Nadine Runkle, will my position on the basketball team to Judy Gibbons, who seems to want it pretty badly.
I, Sonny Sanders, will my old beat-up Physics book to the next poor soul who decides to take Physics, and to
those who might need it, my ability to get along with the teachers.
DeVon Gessigner, leave my ability to escape from school before 11:30 to Mary Ann Mossman who neva' can.
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