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Martha Daniels wills her temper to any red-headed low seven. Arlene Davis wills her bottle of peroxide to Carol Pitere. Mike Davis wills his height to the Garfield basketball team. Betty Davis wills her name to Hollywood. Roger Dennett wills all the typewriters out the window. Marilyn Dill wills her forgetf ulness to an elephant. Dorothy Doman wills the upper division to her brother. Irene Dunn wills her name to the New York stage. David Eakin wills his brain to Einstein. Rudy Enriquez wills his popularity with the girls to John Froins. Donald Erickson wills his bike to the bicycle pen. Clark Fielder wills his size to a flea circus. Jim Fleming wills his red shirt to an Indian smoke signal maker. Jack Floyd wills his father ' s truck to the Key System Bus Co. Dave Foley wills his " cool " clothes to an L7 crazy cat. Jerry Foste r wills his algebra grades to his L9 report card. David Freese wills his horn-rimmed glasses to any boy on the projection crew. Jerry Frug wills those crazy algebra problems to the Fun House. Mike Joyce wills his witty personality to any who can stand it. Tom Grimes wills his advisory to anyone who wants it. Linda Gadberry wills her Spanish grades to Mrs. Wobken Connie Gardner wills her height to Tom Love. Barbara Garner wills her novel shoes to Vogue. Eddy Gibson wills his good voice to Boys ' Glee. Sheryl Gordon wills her cashmere to Miss Goode. Randy Greer wills his crew cut to the Navy. Nancy Gunderson wills her cool bangs to Mamie Eisen- hower. Ruth Ann Hague wills her tan to Suzy Morse. Carol Hale wills her nice manners to Slugger Morley. Connie Herreshoff wills her clean bucks to Bob Davis. Eunice Hing wills her voice to a ca nary. Bill Hudson wills his good grades and study habits to Sue Capri. Emily Hunt wills her mouth to Carlsbad Caverns. ClifFord Huntwork wills his hair to Vitalis. George Innes wills his Levis to Wild Bill Hickok. Don Jacobson wills his World History comments to Gabriel Heatter. Don Jarman wills rides in Jack Floyd ' s car to any brave boy. Ed Jenkins wills his atomic locker to Walter Groach. Wendy Kohler wills her gait to Hilo Hatie. Janice Landahl wills her tickets to the Motor Movies to anyone who can crack the Brain Buster. Mary Lanza wills her sister ' s clothes back to her sister. Ruth Laufenberg wills that fleet foot to the 1996 Olympics. Mary Lawrence wills her figure to " Bubbles. " Chet Lewis wills his skits to Red Blanchard. John Lisherness wills his soft voice to a microphone. Tom Love wills his Treasurer ' s job to anyone who can do Van ' s 4th grade calculus. Rowene MacMillan wills her shiny hair to a shampoo ad. Peggy Mathews wills her many athletic awards to a felt manufacturer. Charles Matlin wills his quietness to a substitute teacher. Lee Mayer wills himself to the 8th grade girls. George McGillivray wills his toll house cookie back to the Camp Fire Girls. George Miller wills the Epsilons to his little sister. Jane Missling wills " Fullback " to Chuck Liotta. Janet Moorman wills her pom-pom to her brother. Paul Morowit wills his diameter to a yardstick. Pauline Morris wills her monologues to Arthur Godfrey. Bob Morris doesn ' t will Judy Bramell to anyone. Andy Morse wills his athletic ability to Oliver Ellsworth. Eleanor Mosher wills her Brush-Up to Spray Net. Jerry Newman wills his lines to a fisherman. Dana Olcott wills her questions to the Quiz Kids. ' Judy Oliver wills her clothes to Wallace and Wallace. Dave Parrott wills his walk to Marilyn Dill. Art Perkins wills his hair-cut to Liberace. Pat Gronlund wills being new to a Low Seven. Mike Joyce wills his hair-do to Don ' s Beauty House. Art Perkins wills " Wheel I " to any car. Jon Perkins wills " Wheel 11 " to the First National Bank ' s safe. Bill Phelps wills himself to the Olympics. John Phillips wills his nice disposition to anyone who needs it. Ronald Reimer wills " Sloppy Joe " to Van. Ed Roach wills the prexy job to anyone with nerve. Jonathan Rohrer wills his last name to a lion. Julia Rollins wills her shoelaces to Spaulding ' s. Nancy Rose wills her last name to a florist shop. Lester Rowntree wills his ray gun to a Low Seven. Dana Ruben wills his size to David Lee. Dale Sanders wills his bowling scores to Judy Deiter. Joe Sanger wills his blue slips to a paper factory. Carol Sawdey wills her muscles to Mighty Mouse. Jim Schweizer wills his name to anyone who can spell it. Sue Seavey wills that hungry look to a cannibal. Cynthia Seldin wills her teeth to the orthodontist. Ann Severin wills herself and accordion to B. H. S. assemblies. Madeleine Severine wills her cello back to Mr. Minzyk. Beth Simonds wills her fingernails to Revlon. George Slusser wills his blond hair to Tintar. Sue Smith wills her friendliness to a Lonely Hearts Club. Virginia Smith wills her " uncommon name " to Mr. Kaz- arinoff. Glenna Stoner wills Dennis to herself. Sandra Taylor wills her piano playing to high school. Jean Terschuren wills her rats to Mr. Edwards. Lamar Todd wills French back to Miss Laurens. Bev. Treadway wills her curly hair to Van. Pat. Tuft wills her brother to Mrs. McCurdy. Gerry Valdez wills her size to Mr. Gremaux. Melvyn Walton wills his car to the junk pile. William V ard wills his name to Montgomery, Ward. Steve Webber doesn ' t have a will because he ' s not planning to die. Judy Welch wills grapejuice back to the can. Jeon Whitehead wills her Spanish tests to a L8. Dale WicklifFe wills her sun-bleached hair to the per- oxide bottle. Sally Wilkinson wills her locker to her sister. Josleen Wilson wills her pretty eyes to Murine. Helen Winnie wills " Winnie the Pooh " to Miss Stone. Shirlie Wolfe wills her last name to any boy who can live up to it. Samuel Wona wills B.A.P. to all the noisy boys. Linda Wyckoff wills her voice to a lark. Judy Zuker wills the last name in the class to Gail Ajello.
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TODD, LAMAR Noon League, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball VALDEZ, GERRY Jr. Red Cross, Dramatics, Graduation Program Committee WEBBER, STEPHEN Student Council, Grade Representative, Rally Committee, Jr. Red Cross, Boys ' Glee, Dramatics, Block " G, " Graduation Program Committee WICKLIFFE, DALE Student Council, Cheer Leader, Dramatics WINNIE, HELEN Jr. Red Cross, Orchestra, Noon League WYCKOFF, LINDA Girls ' Glee, Dramatics, Block " G, " Noon League TREADWAY, BEV Gleaner StafF, Gym assistant. Girls ' Glee, Block " G, " Small " G, " Noon League, Large Pennant, All Teams WALTON, MELVYN Baseball WELCH, JUDITH Gleaner Art StafF, Jr. Red Cross, Gym assistant. Dramatics, Block " G, " Noon League, WILKINSON, SALLY Gleaner Art StafF, Counselors ' helper WOLFE, SHIRLIE Student Leader, Jr. Red Cross, Cafeteria Cashier TUFT, PAT Student Court, Student Leader Captain, Counselors ' helper. Office helper, , Block " G, " Noon League WARD, WILLIAM Gym assistant. Assistant Basketball Manager, Small " G, " Graduation Program Committee WHITEHEAD, JEAN Student Leader WILSON, JOSLEEN Student Leader Captain, Attendance helper. Library helper. Cafeteria Supervisor, Block " G " WONG, SAMMY Student Council, Grade Representative Rally Committee, B.A.P., Boys ' Glee, Dramatics, Block " G " ZUKER, JUDITH Student Leader, Attendance helper. Library helper, Cafetera Supervisor class wills Gail Ajello wills her first name in the alphabet to Judy Zuker. Joan Allan wills " cupcakes " back to the oven. Richard Allen wills his boat to all the girls who can get in it. Marcia Alstrand wills her smile to Fritz Cope. Robert Alto wills his last name to a Mexican road sign. Terie Anderson wills her laugh to the mad women on Dragnet. Betty Asaro wills her hands to Woodbury hand lotion. Lora Austin wills her last name to General Motors. Julie Bale wills her conversations to a psychiatrist. Eliz. Barker wills her sports ability to Mrs. Davis. Janet Bates wills her last name to Fisherman ' s Wharf. Marilyn Bliss wills the job as Gleaner Editor to a pencil factory. George Blowers wills his English grades back to Mr. Dunkum. Michael Bradley wills the stitches in his head back to the Rod Gun Club. Judy Bramell wills her pom-pom to anyone who can wave it. David Braun wills his locker to anyone in Mrs. Curtis ' dramatics class. Carol Brown wills her remarks to Louella Parsons. Gail Brown wills her last name to Shinola shoe polish. Joel Carey wills his size 2V2 shoes to Judy Nunes. Walter Carter wills his last name to " Carter ' s Trailer Rental. " Jacklyn Collins wills her eyes to a Cocker spaniel. Richard Coney wills his red jacket to the fire depart- ment. Richard Craig wills his smile to the Ipana Co. Rolf Dahl wills his gum to his desk.
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