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We, the class of 1952, in 24 distinct and individual parts, being about to pass out of
the sphere of education in full possession of a crammed mind, well-trained memory,
and almost superhuman understanding, do make and publish this, our last will and
testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills and promises by us at
any time heretofore made, or mayhap carelessly spoken, one to the other, as the
thoughtless wish of an idle hour,
To the faculty we leave our profound sympathy at losing such an intelligent and bril-
We leave to the Junior Class any overlooked gum we may have left sticking to the un-
derside of the assembly seats or any likely or unlikely places, giving them their
choice of flavors.
To the Sophomores, we leave our marked ability to master the frogs, snakes, insects,
etc. . in Biology.
To the Freshmen we will our extreme dignity, providing said Freshmen are capable
of the inheritance.
To the Junior basketball girls we will our ability to win all of the games at noon.
To the Junior basketball boys we will our ability to become All-sStar material. fWell,
maybe almost that good.j
To the entire school we leave an extra bus that will go I0 the away games. even if there
aren't thirty signed up.
To the janitors we leave two cots in the gym for camping. QThey seem to make their
home there anyway.l
To the bus drivers we leave the hope of getting heat out of the heaters. Qln winter-
time, nut summer. J
As being 24 perrect pupils, we do hereby bequeath the following to our successors, the
I, Mary Lou Bally, leave the referee to Kathy Lewis and Joanne Lardi.
I, Janet Brown, leave my portable locker to Shirley Lechow.
I, Nadine Burklow, leave my studious look to Mickey Jerus.
I, Norees Ferrari, leave my cousin, Jack to Shirley Gay Hayes.
I, Bette Lou Gaddo, leave my plan for going on a diet to Mary Leona Gray.
l, Elaine Hakey, leave my ambition to be a model to Dorothy Jerantowski.
I, Barbara Hayes, leave my hopes and wishes to go to college to Lois Kingman.
I, Bill l-lockinson, leave my reckless driving to Bill Sorensen.
I, Richard Holm, leave my figure skating to Junior Sorensen.
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I, Bill Howland, leave my hidden charms with Pontiac girls to Jack Thygesen.
I, Lorraine lewettm leave my fighting ability to Shirley Arendt.
I, Phyliss Johnson, leave my ability to sneeze in study hall to Shirley Louch.
I, Rita Krull, leave my embroidery work for my hope chest to Betty lean Alderson.
I, Kenneth Lardi, leave Richard Muzzarelli to watch over Kathryn Wiborg. Take
good care of her Muzzy.
I, Karl Lutz, leave my interest to underclassmen to Barney Vigna.
I, Tom Perkins. leave my ability to sell Curtiss Magazines to Eddie Jewett.
l, Wanda Reader, leave my soprano voice to Lois Weber.
I, Delores Residori, leave my height to Mary Ann Monferdini and Joy Kisellus.
I, Norman Sauerwein, leave my flash bulb camera to Elliot Hayes.
I, Jean Sowers, leave my dancing ability to Harold Iacobsgaard.
l, Marilyn Ulbrich, leave my interest in Essex boys to Darlene Cobb.
I. Richard Wilson, leave my" D" honor roll to Jack Lardi and Red Johnson.
I, Mary Lou Compasso, leave my technique in getting a Secretarial .i0b in mY Senior
year to Judy Lutz.
I, Betty Wren, leave my ability to have a different boy friend on my doorstep every
night to Clarie Perino.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We the Senior Class, aforesaid have hereunto set our hands
and affixed our seals on this twenty-ninth day of May, in the year One Thousand
Nine Hundred and Fifty-two.
Q Seal Q
g Seal L
Signed. sealed, and published as our last Will and Testament by the Senior Class, by
the above named testors.
Milton Skeleton Charlie Bergen
Red Berle Edgar MaCarthy
M350 Armmvns Tallulah Godfrey
Louie QPopsJ Lanzo Arthur Bankhead
Gabby Rogers Trigger
Roy Hayes Da gmar
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