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We, the Class of 1945, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby before
witnesses, publish and declare the following to be our last will and testament
disposing of our property as follows:
To the Juniors, we will our knowledge of eivics and bookkeeping.
To the Sophomores, we will our ability to earn money.
To the Freshmen, we will our higher citizenship ratings.
To the Junior High. we will our ability to keep our seats during study hall.
To Mr. Young we will our ability to teach special math courses,
To Mr. Beiswanger we will our seven basketball players.
To Miss liantner we will our perfect English.
To Mrs. Beiswanger we will our ability to coach Junior class plays.
To Miss Carpenter we will all our new scientific discoveries.
To Mr. George we will all our old history books.
To Mrs. Dwyer we will our ability to type perfect papers.
To the grade teachers we will our ability to handle children.
I. Patricia Baumgartner, will my ability to keep white boots clean to Pat Wiggs.
I, Charles Haab. will my bright suspenders to Arthur Leroy Gilbert.
I. Mary Lou Hamman, will my love for the Navy to the Sophomore girls.
I, Bill Brown, will my technique with women to Lloyd Lyons.
I. Lois Jessop, will my boogie woogie music to Phil Snyder.
I, Bill Eox. will my manly physique to Bob Ruch.
I, Gwendolyn Kreider. will my quietness to Ellen Cunningham.
I, Bill Little will my ability to be fourth term president to Jean Anglin.
I, Norma Kline, will my tallness to Clarice Kasper.
I. Kenneth Ryman, will my ability to jerk sodas to Franklin Stuckman.
I. Marilyn Euller, will my numerous green sweaters to Catherine I-Iollar.
l. Paul Becker, will my dancing feet to Chuck Myers.
I, Opal Dausman, will my baton to all the future drum majors.
I, Duane Scott, will my plaid bow ties to Junior Hamilton.
I, Pat Stookey, will my horn-rimmed glasses to Eunice Beer,
I, Clifford Replogle. will my Wliiiapet to Bike to teach all the kids to- drive.
l. Ray Sorensen, will my ability to play basketball to John Micheal.
l, Rosalie McDonald, will my dimples to Sue Tom.
I, Philip Whirledge, will my doctor books to Bob Hurd.
I, Phyllis Evans, will my ability to write poems to Mary Baumgartner.
I, Eritz Wolferman, will my athletic equipment to my brother, Don.
I, Marilyn Gardner, will my ability to date Syracuse boys to Marilyn Myers,
I. Bill Stieglitz, will my ability to be the only boy in speech class to Don Raap.
I, Betty Tom, will my saxophone to the rhythm band.