Freeman High School - Scottie Tales Yearbook (Freeman, WA)

 - Class of 1958

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Senior Class His'l'ory As the door closes behind the first graduating class of Freeman High School, we have had an opportunity to view the successful consol- idation of two differmt groups of students. This class of 1958 started out as the Freshmen of Rockford and Lindbergh High Schools and continued as such mmtil the end of their Jlmior year. As Freshmen, neither class did very much in their respective schools except to sponsor several dances. As Sophcmores, the Lind- bergh students won honors when their candidate , Della Boy, was crowned queen of the Fall Festival. As Jxmiore, more was accomplished. The Rockford students pre- sented a one-act play called "The Sheriff". They also gave the grad- uating Seniors a breakfast before their sneak. They also Qve a prom the theme of which was "Green Door". The Lindbergh Students gave a dance and a play to earn money. The name of their play was "Heroes Just Happen". They also honored the Seniors with a. banquet and a prcm, the theme of which was "South Sea Island". The first ,joint project of the two classes was a party that was given for the student body early in December of 1957. A Senior play, "Curtain Going Up'L was presented in mrch of 1958. We hope we have made a good beginning for the years to cane.

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Lest Will and Testament of Senior Class of l958 We, the Senior class of 1958, Freeman High School, Freenan, Washington, of graduating age, and ccnsidering the uncertainties of our lives, and being of sound minds and bodies do make, publish and declare this our IAST WIIL AND TISTAMINT, as follows: I, Gene Ashmore, will my dancing ability to the Freshmen boys. I, Helen Binpman, will my footsteps through these hallowed institution halls to the underclassmm. I, Della Boy, will my locker to my brother, Bob Boy. I I, ihry Buntrock, will my driving ability to Iana Kirpes. I, Bob Collins, will my way with women to the Junior class boys. I, Joan Cross, will my Job as editor of the school newspaper to anyone with printer's ink ln his blood. I, Beverly Denton, will my inability to skip school without getting caught to anyone who enjoys spending the first nine weeks of school in the office. I, John Gruber, will my ability to get along with teachers to the students who dcn't. I, Red Bamiltcn, will my squirt gun to Mrs. Smith. I, Max Hemmert, will my long words to Vhlter Iaird. I, Del Koch, will my citizenship grade to mrpret Dorris. We, Dems. Kopp and Dana Iane, will our ambition to go to Yellowstone park to anyme who has his parents' permissicn and our blond hair to all the brunettes. I, Karen Lesser, will my ability to get out of typing class to work on the newspaper and the annual to Kathie Morris. I, ihyne lmgfield, will my wavy hair to Mr. Muse. I, Frank McCoy, will Mr. Brown's old tests to next year's Algebra class. I, Bob Mills, will my Senior year subjects to next year's Seniors. I, Mike Mordm, will my sldeburns to WDMQTOI' wants than. I, Karen llelsm, w1ll my ability to get in and out of classes without an excuse to my brother, Ron Dick. I, Bob Olmstead, will my ability to get out of work to next year's Student Body presidmt. I, Hank Owen, will my heigmt to Gary Mills. I, hunk Primer, will my knowledge ot Parlimentary procedure to llrilp Birschel. I, hed Primer, will my ability to wreck cars to anyone who has me to wreck. I, Dm Sahli, will my ab1l1ty to ccncoct excuses to anyone who wants to get into trouble. I, llsncy Sdmeider, will my natural blcnde hair to all the girls who use peroxide. I, Jerry Slmkard, will my routy ways to Mr. Overnolser. I, Stana Smith will my heigat to Carlme Hahn. I, Hina Stmhl, will my talking ability to mry Ann Harris. I, Mickey vm, will my bnms to need. Robertson.. I, Bette Heber, will the secmd best of the Air Iorce to girls who csn't get the best. I, Carroll Sharp, w1l.l my ab111ty to mind my own business to all the busybodies. I, lleanor Sheard, will my positlcn on the newspaper to Susie Brassard..

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