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Page 28 text:
We leave Sybil Woodmansee's and Gladys
Hildebrandtfs artistic fingers to Esther Ragla.
We leave Bill Garrison's football suit with
a few alterations to Duane Blough.
We leave Dean Keeleris brother, Honk,
to the dogs.
We leave Douglas Payne's mastery of the
secrets of chemistry to Morris Hill on the
condition that at the first possible chance he
will blow up the chemistry lab and burn all
tests in the vicinity of room 308.
We leave the cars of Robert Murphy and
Jimmy Malcolm to Mr. Aten's shop class for
We leave the position that Bernadene
Schantz has with the choir to anyone who
wants a headache.
We leave Martha Mesecar's sweet dis-
position and friendly ways to Joan Keller.
We leave Geraldine Magoon's, Elsa Fern
Pease's, and Marjorie E. Boyes's diamond
rings to all those girls who are still trying.
We leave the colored rims of Eunice Fisher's
glasses to anyone who wants to make a
"spectacle" of himself.
We leave George Cheeseman's and Robert
Pranshka's interest in the farm to Dick Rasey
and Merle Hammond.
We leave Ruth Struble's string of Hbeauxi'
to Virginia Myers.
We leave Mildred McClelland's quiet
nature to Barbara Castelein.
We leave Earl Lewis's future title of
"general" to all future draftees.
We leave Marjorie Norton's and Leroy
Wheeleris left-handed techniques to Patricia
Fewless and Jason Thompson.
We leave Winifred Lancaster's ambition
to write letters to servicemen to Lucille
We leave Marjorie Laubaughis proficiency
with the needle to LaRae Dean.
We leave Evelyn Brower's reducing diet,
guaranteed to increase three pounds weekly,
to Kathleen Proefrock.
We leave Robert Tinker's winning way with
women to Dick Thomas.
We leave to all teachers the ability of Fern
Fruin to cut up in classes.
We leave Virginia Wheating's exceptional
taste for clothes to Doris Lockwood.
We leave Martin Guernsey's last name to
all cows in Barry County.
We leave Mary Ketcham's contortions
and antics to Bonnie Brandstetter.
We leave the ambition of two working men
Ray Tompkins and Keith Brady, to Merle
Hen dershot who might like to try it sometime.
We leave the "don't talk unless you have
ton attitude of Marvin Haynes, Reva Austin,
Duane Walters, and Keith Hurless to Dorothy
Hummel who will find it a good remedy for
her present ailment.
We leave Ernest Howell's walk to Mr.
Reinhardt whose present one needs a little
We leave the friendship of Mildred Helmer
and Geraldine Hammond to Madelyn Sigler
and Merilyn Zuttermeister to have and to
hold the said friendship forever, or until they
are seen fighting in public.
We leave Kenneth Lane's position as end
on the football team, namely, one with his
face in the dirt, to John Coleman.
We leave Jack MaXson's woman appeal to
Jimmy Coleman to help him through life.
We leave Ray Kenyon's ability to get low
scores in golf to Charlie Hinman who now
and then breaks two hundred-and his clubs.
We leave Howard Babcock's faithful plaid
wool shirt to Clifford Moody--if Howard can
get along without it.
We leave Joyce Huckendubler's soda-
jerking to Rosa Brovont.
We leave Donna Gerber's blond curls to
We leave Barbara Guthrie's quiet, retiring
nature to next year's crop of violets.
We leave Ortha Hawblitz's, Charlene
ThoInas's and Pat Bump's proficiency with
the old typewriters in room 303 to Miss
Kaminske's beginning typing class.
We leave Edwin Haight's "quips and
quotes" to Mr. Burgess with a few changes
to be made.
We leave John Bechtel's blush to Harold
We leave Richard Swanson's ready-made
future in the insurance business to George
Brown who might be considered a had risk.
We leave Juanita Belson's official title of
"half-pint" to Joan VanGeison.
We leave Wanda Endsley's pompadour
hair style to Julie Sheldon.
We leave Betty Hurless's popular first
name to the 999,000 other Bettys in the
We hereby nominate and appoint all the
Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, who
think they know something and possibly do,
Execvtors of this, our Last Will and
Witnessed by the undersigned this, the
fourth day cf June, 1943.
lfra Sucker, Podunk Lake.
l. B. Kaught, Frying Pan Avenue.
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As the leaves began to change to golden brown and each day was becoming a few minutes
shorter, the bashful little freshmen of two years before, and the high spirited sophomores of the
previous year, began to realize that the time for school to start was drawing near once more.
But this fall was a little more encouraging because they were upperclassmen now and progressing
To show that they were starting off on the right foot, they chose the following officers for the
first semester: Ronald Bross, presidentg Harold Fuller, vice-presidentg LaRae Dean, secretaryg
and Stanley Bridleman, treasurer, all of whom served their offices efficiently. School officers
chosen were: chief justice, Morris Hillg sanitary engineer, Duane Ottoseng public service chief,
Many juniors displayed talent in sports this year. In football there were many good players,
namely: Ted Banash, John Coleman, Richard Thomas, Duane Ottosen, Harold Townsend,
Mason Thomas, Louis Myers, Richard Rasey, Robert Endsley, and Keith Ayres. The same
degree of interest was shown in basketball. Those ranking high were: Ted Banash, Duane
Ottosen, John Coleman, and Harold Townsend. Joyce Harrington, Jennett Doxey, and Gail
Foster seemed the most outstanding in girls, sports and deserve honorable mention.
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