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Mr. and Mrs. Homer McClendon Mrs. Margaret McCoy Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McIntyre Miss Dorothy M. Mercer Mrs. Dorothy V. Mercer Mr. Marvin Metcalf Mrs. Mary Metcalf Miss Fannie Miles Mrs. Nellie H. Mills Mrs. Jean Minor Mr. Junius Monroe Mr. Thomas R. Monroe Mrs. Emma 0. Moore Paul’s Market Mrs. Edna W. Murchison Rev. S. K. Murray Mrs. Mary Naylor Rev. and Mrs. Millard F. Newman Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Payne Mrs. Josebell Payton Mrs. Minnie L. Payton Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Rockivoid Peyton Mr. and Mrs. William Peyton Mr. Willis Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Reaves Mrs. Fannie Richards Mr. J. C. Richardson Mrs. Dorcas Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Robinson Mr. Kenneth W. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Allen Saunders Mrs. Justine Scott Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses 0. Scott Mr. Edward Shipman Mr. Eugene Skinner Mr. Charles N. Smith Mrs. Doris J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stewart J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John F. Starnes Mrs. Dorothy Strother Mrs. Janett Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. James Sye Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Tate, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Taylor Miss Jacquelyn Tinner Mr. and Mrs. Winston Tinner Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Thompson, Jr. Mrs. Estelle Thompson Mr. Lloyd A. Thompson Mrs. Tempie Vest Mrs. Odele Wade Mr. and Mrs. Alex W. Walker Mrs. Donnie Walker Mrs. Tillie Warren Mrs. Mary Weathers Weaver Beauty Nook Mrs. Lucille Welcher Mr. and Mrs. Brock Wells Mrs. Correna Wells Mrs. Louise White Mr. Alton Williams Mrs. Deloris Williams Mrs. Florence Williams Miss Frances Williams Pfc. and Mrs. Stanley Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor M. Williams Mrs. Irma Willson Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Winston Mr. and Mrs. Donald Witten Mrs. Ethel Wright Mrs. Rudy Young 79
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gaskins Mr. and Mrs. James Gaskins Mrs. William B. Gentry Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Gillis, Jr. Mr. Marshall Gordon Mr. Thomas McGray Gordon Mrs. Lucille Grayson Rev. and Mrs. Charles T. Green Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin Mrs. Ada Haight Mr. Carroll T. Haight Mr. Floyd S. Haight, Jr. Mrs. Matilda Haight Mrs. Ruth Haight Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hall Mrs. Dorothy Hall Mrs. Eleanor Hall Mrs. Flora Hall Mr. and Mrs. Phillmore Hall Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hammond Mrs. Mildred Hammond Mrs. Bessie Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Harmon Mr. and Mrs. John Harper Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Harris Mr. Dean Harris Mrs. Elizabeth Harris Miss Gladys Harris Mr. and Mrs. James Harris Mr. and Mrs. James W. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd G. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hemby Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Leon Henderson Miss Bessie Hill Mr. and Mrs. J. Sidney Holland Mrs. Josephine Holland Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Holt Mr. and Mrs. Francis Honesty Mrs. Joanne Horn Mrs. Janie R. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Asbury Jackson Mr. Lawrence Jackson Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Jackson Miss Norma Jackson Mr. Richard Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jackson Mrs. Carrie James Miss Helen Johnson Mrs. Ida Johnson Mrs. Ida H. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson Miss Mable Jolly Mrs. J. H. Jones Mr. Paul L. Jones, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones Mrs. Alma A. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kelley Mrs. Pearl Kenney Kinsey’s Dry Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Elizah L. Kirkland Mr. Herman Knot Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Ernest LeCounte Mrs. Hilda A. Lee Mr. Joseph A. Lee Mr. Robert Lewis Mrs. Romain Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morarity Mrs .Mary H. Marshall Mrs. Gloria Moxley Mr. Henry May Miss Maxine Mays 78
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£asf Will And (5csfamenf We the Class of 1960, of Luther Jackson High School, Merrifield, State of Virginia, in sixty-four individual and distinct parts, being about to pass out of this sphere of education, do make and publish this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills or promises by us at anytime heretofore made, or maybe, carelessly spoken, one to the other as a thoughtless wish of an idle hour. As to such estate as it has pleased the Fate and our own strong hands and brains to win for us, we do dispose through our sponsor, Mr. H. L. Lawson, who will administer this Will and Testament in ac¬ cordance with the wishes of the Class of 1960. We bequeath to our beloved principal, Mr. Taylor M. Williams, a heavy mortgage on our future, our deepest reverence, our sincere affection, and the whole and limited wealth of our eternal memory. (Please forgive every gray hair and wrinkle we caused during our brief stay.) To Mr. Robert A. Tate, we leave the echoes of our resounding voices and clattering steps in the cor¬ ridors of Luther Jackson High School. To Mrs. Hammond, our guidance director, we leave the familiar and long sought after answers to ques¬ tions why . . , when . . , and where . . . ? We give and bequeath to the dear faculty, who have been our instrucotrs in all the wisdom of the ages, a sweet unbroken succession of restful nights and peaceful dreams. No longer need they lie awake through the long watches of the night to worry over the uncertainty of whether this one is doing her work tonight. To our most worthy successors, the Junior Class, we leave our coveted seats in the back of the audi¬ torium. We bequeath to the student body of Luther Jack- son High School, as a whole, some rare schemes by, which they may succeed in getting their parents to PTA meetings and other successful activities, thus proving to the principal and teachers that we are not all orphans. (Contact main office for informa¬ tion ) To the dear young freshman who will enter in September, we bequeath a booklet entitled “Psycho¬ logical Tolerance” containing invaluable information on illegal locker entrance, walking the halls and how to talk to your teachers into letting you go out to a non-existing activity. The following may seem but trifling bequests, but we hope they may be accepted as valuable assets to those who may receive them. To: Kenzie Locke, Robert Wright leaves his athletic ability Gloria Wiggins leaves her physics ability to Gloria Thomas Cleotria Duncan her typing ability to Jackie Smith Thelma Ewell would like to leave her secret of “How to obtain knowledge by osmosis” to Virginia Marshall Montey Thomas leaves her ability to get along well with others to Mary Ann Collins Pat Mills leaves her “Blonde Streak” to Doris Hyden and Ernestine Moss. Jean Smith leaves her ability to “Peter Gunn” to Elania Taylor. James Peterson, his musical ability to James Matthews Speller Hall, his football ability to Philip Moore Leonard Lee and Albert Ellis, their ability in D. 0. to James Vanison and Joe Ellis Carroll Rich, his ability to get along with people to Percy Davis Eddie Jones, his girl friends to Milton Gunn William Collins, his drumming skill to George Wilks Brenda Marshall and Doris Thomas, their basket¬ ball skill to the team of 1960-61 Harold Mansfield, his charm and personality to Wilber Coats Prentiss Randall, his romantic ability to Robert Pearson Kenneth Ford, his music ability to Houston Summers Irone Hicks, her slim profile to Jackie Baskerville Dianne Mercer, her ability to learn th e cheering squad steps to Doris Gaskins William Allen, Ed Gunn, Bob Jones, and Mary Taylor, their eyeglasses to all the sightless stu¬ dents of Luther Jackson Tim Johnson, his ability to graduate to Bernard Robinson Audrey Willson, her amiability to Sheila Lewis and Gloria Black Ronald Reaves, his thirteen letters earned in sports to Percy Davis Haney Pearson, his wide waistline to Walter Ellis and George Dickson In witness whereof, We, the Class of 1960, the testator, have this our will, written on one sheet of parchment, set our hands and seal this fifth day of June, Anno Domini, one thousand nine hundred and sixty. 80
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