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Page 20 text:
Bob Tilton leave my alias nBubb1esn to a 7th grader who is fortunate enough to get it
Clark Smith leave my Hhennedyn haircut to Cary Gamble.
High Carter leave my six shooter to Marshall J.
Russ Glenn leave all my skate board scars to Mr. B.
Carol Rooney leave my dog to Mary Lucky.
Jane Mohr leave my penless caps to a 7th grader who has capless pens.
Dennis Curtis leave my seat in Mr. Bobrinks office to Grant Gowdy, who may need
Bob Sisson leave my teddy bear to anyone who wants it.
Renee McKee leave my ability to catch poison oak to Ginny,
Judy Kantor leave my dead bees to Patty Barron.
Ann Thomas leave my box of Kleenex to a sniffly seventh grader.
Diane Winters leave my dusty, unused Social Studies to the 7th grade.
Sue Kingsbury leave a piece of Black Joe gum to Sue Gamlin.
Rita Torbick leave nGeorgen to HCluckn any Saturday night.
Diane Reynolds leave my ability to write too slow to my brother who writes too f
Marcia Galvin leave my talent for ooleooing to Kathy Harris, Barbie Thompson,
and Susan Gamlin.
Ellen Teige leave my 5' l0n height to Jack Putman who needs it,
Kathleen Callaghan leave my naturally curley hair to any seventh grader with
naturally straight hair.
Karen Schooley leave biology to all unsuspecting 7th graders.i
Patty Sundquist leave my best pen to a certian person who seems to need it. '
Linda Brubaker leave my comb and lipstick to anyone who wants them.
Marcia Green leave my ability to catch colds on holidays and weekends to any
too healthy seventh grader,
Debbie Wells leave my laughing ability to any solomn 7th grader.
Ellen Rosenbaum leave my bows to Russ.
Karen Hansen leave my curly-when-wet locks to any straight haired seventh grader.
Gretchen Troster leave my long pettie-pants to any short skirted 7th grader.
Carol Blackwell leave the record nPuffn to Bruce Snyder and John Granger.
Barbie Thompson leave my pom-poms to the seventh grade pom-pom girls.
Lynn Hubacher leave my ability to foul-up jokes to Jody who appreciates them
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We, the class of 1963, Encinal School, Menlo Park, California, being of as sound a
mind as possible, do hereby declare this our last will and testment.
I, Ray Wyatt leave my handwriting to any 7th grader who wants it.
I, Lane Robinson leave my bottle of poison to any sufferer.
I, Robin Kooker leave my black belt to Ginny.
I, Steve Gurnee leave my Marshal NJN badge to Tom.
I, Colleen Storm leave my ability to Burp to Diane.
I, Laura Graham leave my ability to capsize a sailboat to Robin,
I, David Abramson leave my curly hair to any fool who wants it.
I, Corky Holt leave m surfboard with the broken skeg to any goofooter on the beach,
I, Rich Riendeau leave my poor,poor body to heaven, hope they can find a place for it
I, Paul Anderson leave my expired novice Ham license to Mr. Lipousky for dissection.
I, Ted Abenhein leave my insect collection to Paul who collects nbugsu.
I, Lindsey Buckingham leave m guitar to Mr. Lipouskyg all he has is a Uke.
I, Jeff Boone leave my bleached hair to any cat in white levis, black tennis shoes,
and a big plaid Pendleton shirt.
I, David Rich leave my yo-yos to Blair for Algebra.
I, Jay Nombalais leave my freckles to Mr. L.
I, Paul Angelo leave m bubble gum to Jay Kreimer.
I, Bruce Starkweather leave my brothers Model HTH to Mr, Lipousky who is in need of a
I, Jay Kreimer leave the bubble gum, received from Paul Angelo, to Paul Dunbar.
I, Garret Rothchild leave me to Marshall NJN,
I, Kathy Harris leave my OOO Francis to Gunther Toodie and all the money I've
embezzled back to the school.
I, Tim Tibbets leave my ability to say something to someone for which later I'm
sorry to Janice Thompson.
I, Jeff Lotspiech leave my big earser to anyone in the seventh grade who makes big
I, Sue Gamlin leave my ability to play praticial jokes to Marcia Galvin.
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I, Patty Cluck leave my position of catcher on the boys' baseball team to Lynn Jones
I, Mary Powell leave my red hair to Jeff Boone.
I, Pam Silvas leave my cat's fleas to Mr. Lipousky.
I, Lisa Manson leave my purple socks to any seventh grader who forgets theirs for
a sock hop.
I, Karen Knowles leave my messy hair to anyone who has nerve to take it.
I, Diane Matlock leave my love of reading to a seventh grader who wants to miss out.
I, Ginny Hamilton leave the magnificent cheers of the pom pom girls to next years group.
I, Jeff Schloss leave my retired muscel to a seventh grader who needs it.
I, Herbert Marsten leave all my worldly possessions, which aren't much, to the 7th grade
I, Jod Moreing leave my Romper-room Do-Bee manners to Mr. Whitver,
I, Bruce Siegel leave my good habits to Tim Tibbets. fHe needs them.D
I, Dean Westley leave my ngreasy kid stuffn to anyone who wants to meet Roger Maris
I, Susan Taylor leave my green hair to Lady Clare-all.
I, Patty Barron leave my skirts like Barbie to Barbie Thompson.
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