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l Thirrl. To Put limvliliilt. tliu humor of john Mac Millau.
W Fourth, To Earl Wittfon, thc rlrnnizitic ability of Bctsy Cuopt-r :intl jwsic- Rose.
Fifth, To Ira Potty. the scholastic rccorrl of june Hnrdni-e unrl 11flI'l"ll'lL' Gt-rbcr, :ilso 1512 units, He shnulcl bc- able i
i to get the othur halt by 1035 :intl grarlufttc.
Sixth, To Cltirciicc Prim- and Mark Stone, the dc-ep secrets ot Erlivin Watkins low-making,
I Scyontli. To Aifliilmlfl Yow, "thu nliytiys in n Hurry" zittiturlt- of W. F, Sttiinbgitik, cspccially shoulrl you lizivu had this
l in Crt-ensboro. ,
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l Item Four. To the So ihomore Class we will :mtl liequctitli, till our knowlcrlue in how to niiikb money to tmiince the
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i banquet for the future Sc-niors.
St-cond, To Ransom Duke, thc singing qualitit-s of G. W. Knott, our liing. thc sccond.
J Thirrl, To ljllurtl Yow. thc- t-xt-cutivo ability of our class president, Robert Green. I
, Fourth. To Chzirlottc Hzirrltic. Xclmn Johnsons ,uitt of chu-xyiiiu tuo rlozt-n packs ol gum L1 week.
Filth. To Bill Bryan ttnfl Bill Hight, thc brotherly low of Billy Cliurrh and I. P. Suttc-rwhite, This is the only
point in their CllIlX'2lt1fl'l' wc give you, though.
Item Fiw, To tht' lowly Fri-slimcn. no will and bcqueathi
Firft. Thc ifli,-gi that they :irc no longur thu goats of Henrlt-rson High.
Svcunrl. To tht' majority of thc class, thtr silt- of our mighty hc-man ,lanies Bullock, tso he thinksl.
Thiril, To Carroll Singlcton, one pair of binoculars, that he may sight moving autos six blocks away,
lttm St-vcn. Wm: Give :tnrl buqtic-:itll to Parent-Teacher Association our :ipprcciution for thc sc-rvicus rendered to i
i St-ronrl. To Mrs. l. W, lluzhcs and Mr, W. B. Harrison our cuniplinisiits on the splcnflirl Qhowing the Glee Clubs
1 ztnrl Oi-clit-wtrn ntttfh' :luring thu past yt-nr. ' '
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The Senior Class of One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirty-three of Henderson High School, having realized that
their earthly existence ends on the eventful day, May 30, do hereby make, declare, and publish this their last will and
Realizing that at the end of the above said day they will have no further use for the gifts and belongings they now
pgasess. thev decide it best to distribute the gifts to whose needs they seem best fitted.
They have tried to be just, as well as generous. and trust that no ill-feeling will prevail among those who were
l omitted from the will. To those whom were fortunate eno h
remember that many more are excluded than included.
ug to be included, be thankful for what you are given, and l
The Document now follows as duly drawn and sworn.
Item 1, First, we give and bequeath to our Supt., Mr. E, M. Rollins, our sincere affection and heartiest gratitude for
' all he has done for us. and our sincere wishes that some day he will superintend a new Henderson High SCl100l, W
Second, we give and bequeath to our Principal, Prof, W. D, Pay ne, our heartiest congratulations on his excellent etti l
ciencv in guiding Henderson High School during the years 1052 and '55, and also our wishes that next year he will see It
teim that will win a Yance County Championship in Basketball.
Third. Again we give and bequeath to our beloved sponsors, Miss Maxine Taylor and Miss Lily Kyle, our never-end- 1
ing admiration and friendship, and it is with most profound sorrow that we must be separated.
Item Two. To the Faculty we give and bequeath:
First, To Mrs, J. Y. Paris, a life size portrait of all the English writers from the Anglo-Norman period through the l
age of Queen Victoria.
Second, To Miss julia Hethea, a model set of pupils for her library period.
Third, To Miss Shannon Morton, a fully equipped auditorium where her dramatic club may rehearse in proper style.
Fourth, To Miss Ruth Fordle, a year's vacation in the country known as sunny France.
Fifth, To Mrs. Gladys Weir. our hopes that some day she will have a class room with all the new conveniences.
Sixth. To Miss Emma Rose Bryant. a southern plantation near the city of Spartanburg, good ole Spartanburg.
Seventh. To Mr. S. M. Crowder. a new Ford Y-8, provided he junks the car he now has. .
Eighth, To Mr, Powell and Mr. Merritt enough material to turn out championship teams in all three of Henderson
Item Three: To the Junior Class we will and bequeath, first the dignity and intelligence of il senior, and may you
try your utmost to uphold it.
i Second. To Harrison Petty, the football ability of the Mills Bros., Frank and james.
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1. ANDERSON, JACK--A. A. '30, '32, Emporia, Va. H. S. '30, '31-Latin Club '31, Senior Play,
2. ADCOCK, WILLIAM-Barks reporter '30, Marshall '32, Class Poet.
H 3. BREWER, BOBBY'-None.
' 4. BVLLOCK, JAMES-None.
"' 5. BCNN, DEAN-President '30: A. A. '30, Declamation medal '31, Glee Club '31, '33, Vice Presi-
I dent '32, junior play, Assistant editor of Barks '33, Assistant editor Senior booklet '33, Senior
I Play, Handsomest: First Aid Class' 32.
, 6. BVRWELL, VVALTER-Glee Club '33, Prophet, Senior play.
l 7. CLAYTON, D. T.-A. A. '30, '31s Glee Club '31,
8. CLEMENTS, ERSKINE-Football '29, '30, '31, '32, Basket ball '31, '32, Baseball '30, '31, Tennis
'33, A. A. '30, '31, Senior play, laziest.
1 9. COWARD, JAMESMO. H. S.-Football '30, '31, '32, Track '30, A. A. '30, '31, Basket ball '31,
H. H. S. Football '33.
1 10. CHURCH, WILLIAM-jokes editor Barks '33s Senior play, Wittiest '33,
l 11. DAVIS, ROBERT-A. A. '29, '33, Dramatic Club '33, Senior play '33,
12. DIAMODUCROCS, GEORGE-None.
13. FAULKNER, HAMILTON-A. A. '30.
14. GREEN, ROBERT-A. A. '29, '30, Reporter Barks '29, '30, Football '29, '30, '31, '32, Baseball
'30, '31, '32, Band '30, '31, Monogram c'ub '30, '32, '33, Dramatics '32, Junior-Senior Toast-
master '32, Class President '33J Senior play, Tennis '33.
i 15. HALL, DL'RWARD-Football '29, '30, '31, '32, Baseball '29, '30, '31, '32,
' 16. HARRIS, GARLAND-Basketball '31, '32, '33, Baseball '31, '32, '33, Football '32,
17. KING, KENNETH-Football '30, '31, '32, Basketball '30, Baseball '30, '31,
l 13. KNUTT, G. W. Ir.-A. A. '30, '33, Glee Club '31, '33, Junior play, Senior play.
l 19. LANCASTER, GLENN-A. A. '29, '30, '311 Chairman ushers. Glee Club play.
, zo. MARTIN, FRANCIS-None. l
' 21. MaCMILLAN, JOHNW-Manager football, Tennis and Basketball '33, Tennis team '33, Reporter
ll Barks '33, i
" 22. MILLS, FRANKLIN-Football '29, '30, '31, '32, Baseball '30, '31, '32, '33, Basketball '32, A. A. '
l '30, '31, '33, Treasurer '32, Vice-president '33, Monogram Club '30, '31, '32, '33, Senior play l
'33: Best-all-round '33, 1
23. MILLS, JAMES-Baseball '31, '32, '33, Basketball '30, '31, '32, '33, Football '32, '33, A. A. '30, l
Q- '31, '33, Monogram club '31, '32, '33, junior play, Senior play, Declaniation contest '32, Re-
porter Barks '32, Sports editor Barks '33: Glee club '31, '32, President of Glee Club '33, State ,
Tennis Tournament '33, Most athletic. I
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