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Page 10 text:
To the incoming classes we will our ability to be called the "best class in school. "
We would like to w'll
i to the juniors our opportunity to take a 6 day senior trip All 't k
. 1 ta es is hard work
In signing this, our last will and testament, we, the seniors of "53", ask that you take this as it was given
all in fun.
Page 9 text:
WILL 0F THE CLASS 0F 1953
As individuals we, the class of "53", would like to will the following things to students at M.H. S.
Onole' B. wills her ability to be a cheerleader for M. H.S, to Sandra Sark. With your volume you could really
go places, Sandra! Sue also wills her ability to catch a man to Sandra Stoner. Why don't you give the boys a
Bonnie M. wills her muscles to Larry Simmons. He needs it to protect himself from Sandra Sark.
Leroy M. wills his basketball playing to anyone that wants it.
Jo P. wills his ability to play basketball to Larry Simmons. Hope you make the team next year, Larry!
Carol H. wills her ability to become queen of M.H.S. to Shelby W. Maybe next year you will make it,
Lauretta W. wills her ability to ride in a V8 Ford to June Fisher. After all June, A Ford is more economical
than an 88 Olds.
Devon L. wills his 41 Chevy to Jan Musselman. Then you wouldn't have to drive the Model A, Jani
Ancil S. wills his ability to play the trombone to Ray Y. and Dale B. Maybe in a few more years you will
make the County Band, boys!
Arlene S. wills her ability to take voice lessons to the girls glee club next year. Maybe it would improve
Janice R. wills her ability to be engaged before she graduates to Sharon Kurtz. Maybe she could make up
her mind as to whom she wants to go with then.
Bill S. wills the school house to anyone that wants it. They can have itl Bill also would like to will that
fish story about a 24 inch, 3-pound Carp back to Larry Stump. He couldn't quite carry it, Larry!
Glen P. wills his ability to argue to Ruth Swihart. He also wills his typing ability to Norma Martin. She
could use some of his mistakes.
Margaret G. wills her ability to play the piano to Martha Stroup. Don't you know that Jerry S. likes music,
Martha? Maggie also wills her ability to get along with fellow classmates to the junior class.
Richard M. wills his ability to type to Marvin R. If you try as hard to type as you do to play basketball,
Marvin, you should be a whiz.
Lowell H. wills his ability to play basketball to Larry Simmcns also. He hasn't played for 3 years but, Oh-
well, let's not talk about it, Larry!
As a class we would like to will the following things:
The senior girls ability to play basketball to the sophomore girls. Try playing together girls: it helps.
Our ability to get along with fellow classmates to the junior class. lt's more fun that way.
The girls quartette's ability to sing to the freshmen girls. We know that you can, so why don't you do some-
thing to show it?
Page 11 text:
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF
The teachers couldn't get their coffee at noon?
Alice L. Contracted lockjaw?
Mr. Nettleton really meant what he said? fin bandy
The library was used for a place to study instead of a place to talk?
The junior class would act more like they were grown up? Remember children should be seen and not heard.
The erasers were glued fast?
The seniors wou1dn't look so blank in Government class?
Norma Martin didn't study so hard?
The Millerette staff would not have had to rush so hard at the last minute to get the paper out on time?
Someone would lock the fire escape?
The Faculty didn't try so hard to help us see the value of an education?
John Troyet didn't have to sweep? fThe students would have to stop throwing paper airplanesj
Juniors ice-cream melted?
June Fisher couldn't find a couple to break up?
Sharon Kurtz didn't know how to giggle?
Sue B. didn't come to school every morning looking like the last rose of summer? You'd b etter go home earlier
Shelby and Leroy broke up?
Gordon Bates wasn't so bashful around the girls?
Walter Hire became the worst cut-up in M. H. S. ?
Millersburg students could dance?
June Larimer became a professional piano player?
School started 10 minutes earlier?
The basketball team was as good as the yell-leaders?
Everyone at M,H.S. went in for peroside like Pat R. and Jo Ann Halley?
The seniors didn't have the banister to lean on in the morning?
Miss Weigle would be popular with the girls?
Z.o Ann could capture Bob Owen's heart?
Morris Litwiller would become the second Charles Atlas?
Mrs. Champ ever whistled back?
Sonny Groff didn't get sent to the office so often?
Kerry Lantz succeeded Superman as Americas' strongest man?
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