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JOAN MEYER "JO"
Editor of Reflector, Secretary.
"Be you to others kind and true
As you'd have others be, to you.
DON LYDY "Lidy"
RICHARD PRICHARD "Pete
Assistant Editor of Reflector,
"Happy am I, from care I am
free! Why aren't they all con-
tented like me?"
VIRGINIA BYRD "Ginny"
Treasurer. Echo Editor.
"Without my glasses Iwould "The future is a convenient
look quite human. " place for dreams. "
LARRY WITTWER "Louie"
"In the old days the young man
who went courting turned down
the gas. Now he steps on 1t.
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night a week to Edith Frye,
LAST wlu Ano TESTAMENT I
, 3 is
I, We, the class of nineteen hundred fifty-two, do hereby make
and declare this to be our last will and testament to be read on the !
last day of April. Q
I, Evelyn Barrick, do bequeath my brown eyes to Carol Schoeff E
I, Douglas Bright, do bequeath my blonde curly hair to Doyle
ls- I, Virginia Byrd, do bequeath my height to Norma Allen so she
can be almost as tall as Maurice,
2, I, Lester Croaier, do bequeath my abilitygto play basketball four
years of highschool to Bob Nash, for whom Istill have hopes,
I, Rolland Dipple, do bequeath my ability to play basketball to
I, Jim Duncan, do bequeath my ability to get out of the study hall
to whoever needs it.
I, Jim Easley, do bequeath my big muscular body to Rodney Gerber.
I, Ruth Faus, do bequeath my right to be the first senior girl to
become engaged to Elizabeth Stahl,
Pi' I, Shorty Fiechter, do bequeath my ability to keep out of mischief
I, Tom Frauhiger, do bequeath my ability
I, Jacque Harris, do bequeath my ability to
to Larry Baumgartner,
to grow a mustache to
anyone who is man enought to grow one.
stay home at least one
I, Don Hinshaw, do bequeath my ability to go steady witha Bluffton
girl to Dennis Lobsiger.
I, Barbara I..aSh, do bequeath my--no on second thought I'1l take l
everything with me.
I, Don Lydy, do bequeath my ability to play "Hercules" in the
senior class play to Kenny Steffen.
I, Richard Prichard, do bequeath my bashfullness to Jerry Elzey.
I, John Pursley, do bequeath my right to be called the "Lipstick l
Kid" to Joe Mann, who has a good start,
I, ByronReber Jr. , do bequeath my right to work in the store two
years to anyone who is in right politics with John Mugg to get a
I, Larry Wittwer, do bequeath my right to escort a girl to the
Rainbow dance to Tillman Gerber.
I, Wayne Yager, do bequeath my ability to stay thin to Bob Myers,
Ruth Faus and Barbara Lash, do bequeath our right to get out
of study hall at 11:30 each day to take tickets to Janice Harnish
and Rosemary James,
Wayne Yager and Byron Reber Jr. , do bequeath our ability as
high profit storekeepers to anyone who can keep up the tradition.
Don Hinshaw, Gerald Fiechter, Don Lydy, Pete Prichard, do
bequeath our right to serve to Don Decker, Bob Troyer, Max
Hamilton, Tillman Gerber.
the senior girls, do bequeath our shy, cute ways to the junior
gDouglas Bright, Lester Crozier, Rolland Dippel, Jim Duncan,
Jim Easley, Tom Frauhiger, John Pursley, do bequeathour
height to Max Tarr, Tom Moser, Dean Faus, Ron Decker,
Charles ChI'YS1e1', Jerry Elzey, Kenny Steffen.
E- I : 5,
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LES TER CROZIER "Les"
"I will find a way or make one. "
EVELYN BARRICK "Eve"
"Kindness is wisdom
Knowledge is power. "
ROLLAND DIPPLE "wimpy"
DOUGLAS BRIGHT "Doug
"In Statute small, and in
manner quiet. "
JAMES DUNCAN "jim"
"The world meets nobody
half- way. "
"Nothing is impossible to a
willing heart. "
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