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Last Will And Ccsiument
We, the Senior G!ass.o'E'ih'ihvIii!1iP,i!tf-t,hundred and fifty-eight, of
Grantham High ScYioo1f1'Count5y2pf Wayne, State of North Caro-
lina,be-ing of sound and realizing that we shall soon de-
part from our Alrba. A' Qter, dohereby make and declare our
Last Will and Testaml .
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ARTICLE 1 , 945-N
To Mr. Jones and the 5facu,7I'Eif'i'Y1!2h'ibers we leave PEACE.
To the Junior Class we leave: .
A. Our quiet, orderly, dignified, well-mannered, industrious,
intellectual business-like, amlzfitious, illustrious, impressive,
enchanting, captivating, charming, co-operative and merce-
nary spirit. .
B. The other side of the water' tank to paint next year.
We, the Seniors, leave to the Sophomore Class our determina-
tion and hope for the future.
ARTICLE IV ,
W e , the Cla s s of leave the Freshman with the happy
thoughts that "Old School Teachers Never Die," they're just
around the corner. 5
The Seniors now will their most prized possessions to their
dear underclassmenhoping they will be cherished and appre-
I, Jerry Weaver, leave my love for girls to Arthur Jackson.
I, Dorothy Price, leave part of my intelligence to any needy
We, Pat Blackman and Lela Faye Britt, leave our ability to
loaf at school to Betty Jane Thornton, Jean Sutton, and
Margie Smith. '
I, Betty Faye Jernigan, leave tinffgggist line to Genever-
ette Wise. ,J -' ' ' 'i7ffggQs..
I, Becky Jones, leaafe my Sggpior books Thompson
and Carolyn llenningrrjggd . M3 lgfQfff3,fg ' i' - '- it
I, Glenn Joyner, l' a ve quietl Luby 'Bryan,3'Ear1J
Dunbar, Glen FtgtreIl'efQd B igltjaigne. Q
1, Philip Hood, leafvedniy listfiif gig? -iitiiiH'obby Raynor. I
I, Gordon Joyner, tg-:ave a p'6f'Qrtiol?rF ofzgtghcurls to any needy
girls. 1, ff I
1, Annie Ruth Massey, le-aw'1QanrXQde1iihdabi1i1:y to an the ir-
I, Sheila McGarr, le ayexmy ever-refgigiess to have a good
time to Joyce Casey and gn I , A, r
I, Merrell Sasser, le avtgh H Jlplajil'
future guardsmen of " 'M' ' '
I, Myrtle Laws, leave a portion of my hair to Jenny Porter.
I, Landis Neal, leave my ability to have a good argument to
I, Melba Rhodes, leave my cheerfulness to Dartha Westbrook
and Mattie Wilkins.
I, Billy Ray Howell, leave my ability to slet-p on class to Joi-
I, Bobby Williams, leave my love for Newton Grove girls to
Charles Weaver and Kenneth Graham.
I, Marceline Tucker. will my homemaking practice to Gail
I, J. L.Weaver, leave my love for Mercurys to Jerry Tyner.
I, G. A. Spain. leave my "sunny good mornings" to Russell
I, Erma Thain, le a ve m y lo ve fo r '57 Fords to Shelton
I, Annette Stevens, leave Mary Alice Denning and Annette
Britt my friendly ways.
I, Ray Westbrook le ave my love for "bad Fords" to Willie
Giddens and Jerry Reaves.
I, Joyce Edwards, leave any ofthe remaining "Weavers" to
any lucky girl.
I, Joyce Herring, just leave for Japan.
I, Marvin Weaver, leave a few inches of height to Lynwood
I, Mary John Best, leave my love for State College to Ann
We, Ann Summe rlin and William Goods, leave Newton Grove
to Nellie Mac Bryan and Phyllis Jernigan.
I, John William Taylor. leave to Dwight Laws, my ability to
play the guitar.
I, Gordan Best, leave my ability to date all the girls to Tommy
I, Charles Martin, leave my office as Beta Club President to
Jerry Wadsworth hoping he will do an extra good job.
I, Billy Stevens, leave my position on the ball team to James
I, Don Keene, leave nothing because I'm Stingy.
I, Agnes Britt, le ave my ability to get engaged to Barbara
Best and Lena Rose Joyner.
I, Claro Grantham, leave to anybody my ability to out-talk the
I, Erlene Head, leave my love for the Air Force to anybody.
I, Gorden Harrell, plan to leave this old school with a satis-
l, J. A. Wilkins, leave my love for Goldsboro girls to Carrol
Ingram and Ray Mercer.
I, Shelton Williams, leave Stevens Mill to Stanley Hartley to
do with as he pleases.
I, James Weaver, leave my Air Force career to just anybody.
I, Lacey Edwards, leave my ability to "holler" tires to Sally
Best and Helen Aswell.
We, Betty LouBritt and Margie Westbrook, leave all our notes
and quiet dispositions to Betty Thigpen, Joyce Keene, and
Clara Lee Hare.
I, Dora Lee Thornton, leave a portion of my personality to the
We, Lena Britt and Violet Bryan, being of sound mind and re-
alizing we need each and everything we have, leave noth-
ing to nobody.
Wei.the graduating Senior Class of 1958, do charge the Junior
Class toexecute faithfully, and to the best of their ability, this
our Last Will and Testament which is to become effective on
the day of our graduation.
Signed, sealed, and established 'by the Senior Class of Grant-
ham!-Iigh in the year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-
,eigIit'in.the presence oi the following witnesses:
Testators: Mary John Best Witnesses: Violet Bryan
Philip Hood Lena RuthBritt”