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Mary Ann Bartlett leaves her petiteness to
Ona lane Autery.
Frank Iones wonders how Letty Ward
would look wearing his stoic expression.
lean Lyle leaves her devilish expression
to Ralph Parsons.
Ioanne Drew wants the Millington boys
to like Navy-Blue as much as she does,
Evelyn Stevens wills her pretty red hair
to Shelba Hicks. since Shelba's every other
sentence is l wish I had red hair.
George Medford and Carole Hanley leave
their seat in the back of study hall to Warren
Perry and Francis Phyfer.
Peggy lames leaves her expression, Cut
up! to Mavis Van Peenen.
Buzzy Hoffman wants to see how Faye
Webb would look with his happy skip.
loyce Cobb's sportsmanship goes to all the
girls who make the intra-mural teams next
Henry Brint's place in the band goes to
Dona Rae Chapman.
Dorma McKinney leaves her ability to keep
out of trouble to Morris Bowen.
Harold Bailey leaves his tough look to
Dora Lee Williams, one of young marrieds,
hopes that Peggy Powers gets her man, too.
Bob Ponds. who seems to carry the weight
of the world on his shoulders, transfers his
burden to Carolyn Coclce.
Kenneth Childress leaves his blond hair to
Ruby Whitlock. '
Iune Bradford leaves her ability to get
along with people to Bernice Fogelman.
Curtis Person is kind in leaving his riches
to Davideen Beaird. so she can buy more cos-
Marvelene Pitts' ability to mix up words
goes to any future comedian.
Ruth Ayers leaves her sewing for Iames
Durham to finish.
Glenn Dodds is dying to see how Bill Hard-
ing would look with his sideburns.
Marilyn Gill wants Mack Rice to take her
place in the office next year. '
Paul Dunn leaves his love of the referees
to Davy Rast.
Betty Lou Trotter leaves her surplus A's
to a needy Iunior.
Marian Marshall wills her helplessness to
Buddy Iackson feels that Donald Dingman
needs his innocent look.
Bobby Mitchell leaves his songbook of
Hillbilly Hits to Billy Oglesby.
Shirley Akin wills her mysterious source of
history information to Bunny Bunteen.
Patty Io Robinson leaves her cheerfulness
to the faculty.
Eddie Gibson leaves his intelligence to
anybody with energy enough to use it.
Ioanne Hill leaves her progressiveness to
The pencil behind Donald Scott's ear goes
to Ierry Ioyner.
Gerald Waymon's wittiness goes to Buck
Sykes fas if Buck needs itl.
Von Whitlock wants Ianelle Brower to take
his place as Miss Smith's favorite mechanic.
Peggy Massey wants to see how Herbert
Wells would look with her dimples.
Rodney Vandiveer wills his bright shirts
falso his sunglasses businessl to Ierry Faulks.
Geneva and Jeanette want Harold Costello
to have a double, so he can be in history and
the boiler-room at the same time.
Minnie Mae Smith leaves several book-
reports for the Iuniors to fight over.
Loyce Fitzsimmons leaves his pessimism
to IoAnn Laughlin. who doesn't seem to have
a single worry.
Shirley Anderson leaves in her locker, a
date book with Charles Burns' name on every
Peggy Lane's soft voice goes to Anne
Sheppard. This should make for a quieter
Maurice Starnes leaves Don Taylor his
'i, women and song.
Alma Fears wills her guitar to Mrs. Ten-
E. C. Chapman does a service for all under-
classmen by leaving his good disposition to
Bobby DuBose leaves his headaches to the
next years' letter-man on the Annual staff.
Bobbie Iean Rea leaves her pretty eyes to
lake Carter leaves Billy Robinson and Null
Tucker to carry on the traditions of The Old
Peggy Io Hall and Dale Hallman leave be-
cause the rest of the class does.
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We, the Senior Class of '52 , being ol
sad minds and sadder dispositions, do hereby
in the presence of our sponsors, Mrs. Harris
cmd Mr. Swart. proclaim this our last will and
To Mr. Miles the football boys leave all
their Ubarbershop talk.
To the Iunior Class we leave any debts we
may have incurred in our senior year, several
copies of the final history exam, and our sym-
To Miss Scott. the first period economics
class leaves a remuneration for pencils, band-
aids, paper clips, crayons, U. S. maps, hand
lotion, safety pins, rubber bands, lunch money
and . . .
To the Freshmen. we leave our orderly
class meetings and our good sportsmanship
when we lose elections.
Billy Red Oates has expressed his last
wish-that Mr. Bill become the guardian of
his beloved cat, Snowball
Mary Io Bach leaves her knitting to Bruce
Dixie Ieter becomes the proud owner of
Ioanne Hulseberg's Yankee sympathies.
Milton Peck leaves his inconspicuity to
Tommie Io Rankin.
Shirley Gammon leaves her long eyelashes
to Lillie Belle Sanders.
Ioanne Foshee leaves her blase attitude
to some naive Freshman.
Iohn Ed Ticer wills his gift of gab to quiet,
lit says herel Larry Eastwood.
Myrtle Melton wants Francis Parsons to
have all of her bounce,
Sylvia Holcomb leaves her keen eyesight
to the Shelby County basketball referees.
Charles Burns' shocked expression goes to
Helen Galigher leaves her dignity to Carol
Calvin Bright, who can be the happiest or
the saddest person around, feels that Payton
Hodges would be more interesting if he had
some of Calvin's moodiness.
Mary Carter leaves several inches of her
height to Sharon Stubbs.
Grace Wilson wants Mary Alice Klenk to
make use of her tap shoes tif she can get
Dot Crump leaves her executive ability to
Richard McCullough. so he can give orders
Ioe Chidester leaves that walk of his to
Loyce Ann Bailey.
Billy Robison. who has always been the
class mystery-man, Wants Marlene New-
berry to try a little silence.
Billy Weeks wants Ierry Peck to have his
Beverly Wylie leaves her quiet ways to
Mary lane Boyett.
Travic Roberts wants Ferman Sheppard to
throw away a few of the books and try Travis'
Hervey Aycock feels that Cheerleader
Margie Maddox could use his excellent vocal
Ruth Reed leaves her pug-nose to Clayton
Iac'y Stubbs wants Terry King to try a lit-
tle of her independence.
Iohn Smith's innumerable admirers go to
Cheri Kiebel leaves her bottle of Tintair
to Margie Maddox.
Carolyn Ladd wants Ioyce Iones to have
her Honey-Chile personality.
Ioyce DeHaas' hiccup, Bobbie Pitts' snort,
Dessie Grantham's snicker, and Bob Hines'
chuckle . . . all become Iames Medford's to
add to all those other odd noises he makes.
Donald Rast leaves his nice smile to Billy
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