Morrill High School - Lion Yearbook (Morrill, NE)

 - Class of 1956

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English Principal - Music Coach - Mathematics Librarian EDNA M, LORENSON A, B, - English LUCILLE LASE, B, S, - Science EDWARD MIYAHARA DARRELL YENTES LUCY HARRISON B, S, - Language B, A, - Coach A,B, - Commerce Social Studies Social Studies C This Page Sponsored by SPIC 8: SPAN CLEANERS CORA LIE BAQUEI' Junior High HERB LASE Junior High MARCELLA HAYEN OPAL JACKSON MAE DWIGGINS Junior High Junior High Junior High ELEMENTARY TEACHERS Fifth Grade MRS, BORDEN Fifth Grade MRS, RANDALL Fourth Grade MRS, MEEKER Fourth Grade MRS, UBBEN Third Grade MRS. KINCANON Third Grade MRS, EMERY Second Grade MRS, MAULER Second Grade MRS, BARGER First Grade MRS, KUBISTA First Grade MRS, ROQUET Kindergarten MRS, CO VINGT ON, Elementary Principal This Page Sponsored by CENTRAL STUDIO ,Art ,i..,.., ., ,ZX N , - 2 :NN-'5 ' S V, M. , , jc: "-' I Q1 , ' I ', N 'ini u, I I I , V W, I QI, x l.,,q'3 ' N din! Amy' ,f ', 'f' 1 X 1" br' M t 4 Q .1. f afglizaz' ul-... f iQi'l.l ,, X' . l ,.. ' ff ' wh 'Ml l 'lv lm P. M, V,,, by I l ju gl-fb wwf? 1 V fi' 1 X FZ' 9 1 1' ,' M- ,IF 1, JJ, fkqf, Ji' S X x H , 'X Q I , , , W, --L' W ,I 1 .K X W --w-N ' ' 'v L vj' 2f'fs?4f I k!!!1lnp44Qaf5'5 ' 4 524,95 QiN!mE'?59v , I Q Q 3352 y ' 2" ' -4- X Ulf, MARCIA ANN OST She has so many bright ideas her hair is turning red. " Scottsbluff 15 FHA 15 Teen Queens 15 Prom Waitress 25 Girls' Glee 1-25 Chorus 2-3-45 Morrill 2-3-45 Se- lect Chorus 45 Baccalaureate Pianist 35 Class Play 3- 45 Lion's Roar Treasurer 35 Lion's Roar Assignment Editor 45 Annual Staff 45 Physical Ed. 15 One-Act Play Contest 45 Most Witty Girl 4. JAMES WAYLAND DUNCAN His brain contains ten thousand cells, and in each one pure mischief dwells." Morrill 1-2-3-45 Class Treasurer 25 Class President 35 Class Treasurer 45 Student Council 35 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Football 1-2-3-45 "M" Club 3-45 One-Act Play Con- test 3-45 Class Play 3-45 Basketball 15 County Day 35 MSM Prom Waiter 25 Most Witty Boy 4. IUDITH KAY KELLEY PATRICIA JEAN WEINMASTER The wor1d's no better if you worry, life's no longer if you hurry. " n Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee 1-2- 35 Chorus 2-3-45 Cheerleader 3-45 Vice President 15 Selected Chorus 45 Homecoming Attendant 45 Annual Staff 45 Physical Ed. 15 I-lat Check Girl 25 Cutest Girl 45 Athletic Queen 4. DAVID VIRGIL HUGHSON The devil's always quiet while he's planning. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Football 2-3-45 Basketball 15 Track 25 "M" Club 3-45 Boys' Glee 35 Cutest Boy 4. She puts her worries in the bottom of her heart and sits on the lid and smiles." Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Chorus 2-45 Band 1-2-35 Selected Chorus 45 Vice President of Class 2-35 Class Secretary 45 Cheerleader 3-45 Prom Waitress 25 Commencement Pianist 35 Class Play 3-45 Lion's Roar Editor 35 Annual Co-Editor 45 Pep Band 25 County Day 35 Band President 25 Annual staff 45 Most Popular Girl 4. STEVEN LOUIS SCOTT Main ambition: Flirting with the girls. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Football 1-2-35 Basketball 1-2-35 Track 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Selected Chorus 45 Boys' Glee 35 Class Play 3-45 "M" Club 1-2-3-45 Student Council 1-25 "M" Club Secretary-Treasurer 45 Prom Waiter 25 Annual Staff 45 Band 15 County Day 35 Most Popular Boy 45 State Track Meet 2. This page sponsored by WILDA'S BEAUTY SHOP JANICE MARILYN BOR.DEN Energy and persistence conquer all things." Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee 1-2-35 Special Chorus 45 Chorus Accom- panist 2-45 Prom Pianist 25 Class Treasurer 35 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 3-45 Drum Major 15 Phys. Ed, 15 Commencement Pianist 35 "Most Likely to Succeed" 45 Elks Scholarship 45 Salutatorian 4. DONALD LEE ROQUET If arguing were money, I'd be a millionaire. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Football Student Manager 15 Chorus 1-2-35 Boys' Glee 35 Track 1-3-45 Intramural Basket- ball 35 Annual staff 45 Vice President 45 "M" Club 2- 3'43 Band 15 County Day 35 Prom Waiter 25 "Most Likely to Succeed" 45 Basketball 45 Regents Scholar- ship 45 Elks Scholarship 4. LOIS MARIE HESS 'The longer you know her the better you like her. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Class President 15 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Special Chorus 45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Student Coun- cil 15 Girls' State 35 Chorus Accompanist 2-3-45 Prom Pianist 25 Girls' Glee 1-2-35 Annual Staff 45 Phys. Ed. 15 County Day 35 Queen of St. Pats Hop 35 "Best Dressed Girl" 45 One-Act Play Contest 45 Class Play 4. STEWART ROSS TRYON Life without women is not worth living." Morrill 1-2-3-45 "M" Club 3-45 Basketball 1-2-3-45 County Day 35 Band 1-25 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Boys' Glee 35 "Best Dressed Boy" 45 Track 4. Iv HELEN KAY MITCHELL The force of her own merit makes her way. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-45 Girls' Glee 1-25 Se- lect Chorus 45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Pep Club President 45 Class Play 3-45 One-Act Play Contest 3-45 Lion's Roar Assignment Editor 35 Annual Staff 45 Girls' State Alternate 35 Student Council 45 Phys. Ed. 15 Queen of Turkey Trot 35 Student Council Secretary 45 "Most Athletic Gir1" 4. .TERRY LEE BOWLIN Quiet and bashful. . .I think." Morrill 1-2-3-45 Basketball 15 Class Play 3. This page sponsored by MR. and MRS. OWEN HESS BETHEL KAY BROWN Just glance her way once in a while and you're sure to see her easy-coming smrre. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-45 Se- lected Chorus 45 Class Secretary 25 Queen of Hearts 25 Pep Club Secretary 35 Annual Co-Editor 45 Girls' Glee 15 Physical Ed. 15 County Day 35 Prom Wait- ress 25 Class Play 45 Prom Attendant.4. ROBERT IAMES ANDERSON My teachers think I am so sweet, I'm always placed in the foremost seat." Morrill 1-2-3-45 Basketball 1-2-35 Football 1-25 Cho- rus 1-25 Class Play 4. 5,5 5, gi 555 5 3, IACKALINE MARIE SEGURA Quiet, reserved, and demure5 a friend upon whorn you're always sure." Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Selected Chorus 45 Class Secretry 35 Prom Waitress 25 Physical Ed. 1. FRANK-LIN DALE FLOCK Happy am I, from care I'm free! Why aren't they all contented like me?" Morrill 1-2-3-45 Class President 2-45 "M" Club 2-3- 45 Chorus 3-45 Boys' Glee 35 Selected Chorus 45 "M" Club President 45 Student Council 1-2-45 Student Council President 45 Football 1-2-3-45 Basketball 1- 2-3-45 Track 2-35 Class Play 3-45 County Day 35 Boys' State Alternate 35 Annual Staff 45 Most Athletic Boy 45 Athletic King 4. MARGARET JEAN REIFSCHNEIDER 'Free as the breeze, and unshackled by the party." Morrill 1-45 Yoder 2-35 Chorus 1-2-45 Physical Ed. 1-2-35 Class Secretary and Treasurer 35 Class Newsre- porter 25 Class Play 35 Band 2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3- 45 Selected Chorus 25 Prom Waitress 25 Pep Band 2-35 Yoder School Paper Typist 35 Girls' Glee 1-2. GARY LEE EISENBARTH "Let the world slide, I'll not budge an inch." Yoder 1-25 Morrill 3-45 Basketball 1-2-35 Track 1- 2-35 Class Play 3. This page sponsored by R, L, REIFSCHNEIDER and 5 MORRILL FIRE DEPARTMENT , NELDA JUNE DUNCAN "Girls may laugh and girls may srnile, but I'l1 giggle on forever. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Chorus 2-45 Band 1-2-35 Select Chorus 45 Annual Staff 45 Girls' Glee 25 Phys. Ed. 15 Pep Band 2-3. WILLIS DUANE DINNEL "Better a blush than a blot in the heart. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Basketball 1-2-3-45 Football 2-3-45 Track 15 "M" Club 3-45 Band 1-2-35 Boys' Glee 35 Class Play 4. MYLA JEAN SURRATT Let's have a social hour: I just love to talk. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Band 1-2-35 Chorus 15 Class Treasurer 15 Phys. Ed, 15 Prom 25 Pep Club Treasurer 35 County Day 35 Prom Attendant 45 Elk Scholarship 45 Class Play 45 Cheerleader 45 An- nual staff 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Band Secretary 3. GARY MANFORD TRAVIS 'Science is life, life is science. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Track 1-2-35 Boys' State 35 Class Play 35 One-Act Play Contest 35 "M" Club Vice Pres- ident 45 State Track Meet 35 State Sand Green Tour- nament 3. SUZANNE MARIE GRIESS "Happy-go-lucky and lots of fun, a very good friend of everyone. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee 1-2-35 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2'3-45 Phys. Ed. 15 County Day 35 Select Chorus 4g Homecoming Attendant 45 Prom Queen 4. THOMAS HOWARD BUTCHER "Not too serious, not too gay, but a rare good pal, " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Basketball 15 Boys' Glee 35 Band 1. This page sponsored by GORDEN WATSON and L,B, WI-IITTAKER, O.D. "Silence does not mean the lack of wisdom. " JANYCE KAY OWEN She's neither a bookworm nor a social hound, but a real swell girl to have around. " Morrill 1-2--4g Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-4g Se lect Chorus 4g Girls' Glee 1-2-3. CHARLES STANLEY LARUE History repeats itself, but not loud enough for me to 1 hear. " Morrill 1-2-3-4g Annual staff 45 Class Play 4. n i BEVERLY JEAN BARNES "I'd be on time if they wou1dn't start before I got there. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-4g Chorus 45 Special Chorus 4. JAMES EDWARD GILES "I'm not a bit afraid of workg I can lie down right be- side it and go to sleep," Morrill 1-2 -3-4g Basketball Manager 2-3g Football 2- 3-45 Track 1-3-4g Chorus lg "M" Club 2-3-43 Boys' y Glee 3g Intramural Basketball 3-4. DORA CHRISTINA ELLWANGER Morrill 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2: Girls' Glee lg Phys. Ed. 1 ROLAND LEE REED 'It is a tranquil people who accomplish much. " Morrill 1-2-3-4g Basketball lg Football 1-2-3-4g Track 1-3g "M" Club 2-3-4g Intramural Basketball 3-4g Chorus 2: Boys' Glee 3. This page sponsored by THE MORRILL CAFE and WEST SIDE DAIRY MAXINE ELSIE ADAMS Silent often, friendly always." Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-45 Band 1-2-35 Chorus 4. CHARLES WILLIAM KEARNEY During classes he keeps one eye on the clock and the other on the girls. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Student Council 45 Chorus 45 Track 25 Football 2-3-45 Class Play 4. 35 RHONDA LEE NEWMAN I'm so tall my feet just barely touch the ground. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-4 Girls" Glee 1-2-35 Selected Group 45 Class Play 35 Annual Staff 45 Physical Ed. 1. CLYDE RAY OWEN He speaks not, and yet there is conversation in his eyes. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Basketball 15 Football 15 Track 1-2 Boys' Glee 3. SHIRLEY LOUISE EWIG "Though she be but little, she is gaiety itself. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-4. RITA MAE EWLNG "It is the wise head that makes the still tongue. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-35 Girls' Glee 1-2-35 Pep Club 1-25 Student Council 3g Annual staff 4. This page sponsored by the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH PATRICIA ANN WALKER Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we go to school. " Morrill 1-2-3-45 Chorus 2-3-45 Girls' Glee 2-Sp Se- lect Chorus 4g Pep Club 1-2-3g Band 1-2-4. MARILYN LOUISE WECKER Individuality is the salt of common life. " Morrill 1-2-3-4g Pep Club 2-45 Chorus 1-2-3g Girls' Glee. NANCY ADELE LANGLEY KING Lyman 1-2g Student Council 1-2g Cheerleader 1-23 Waitress 1-2g Prom Attendant 1-2g Usher 2g Madrigal 2g Class Vice President 2g Annual staff 23 Librarian 23 Pep Club 1-2-33 Chorus 1-2-35 Girls' Glee 1-2-3g Music Clinic 1-2-3g Operetta 1-2-3g Music Contest 2-3g Sextet 2-3g Class Play 33 County Government 33 Editor Lions Roar 4g Office 4g DAR Good Citizenship Award, This page sponsored by HARDESTY CATTLELLNERS BOB AND BURR Henry, Nebraska 74a It is the year 1976. Great changes have taken place in the last 20 years. Following WW Ill, the world has been divided into several provinces which are governed much the same as the United. States used to be. At the head of this government is the firstywoman president, Ann Ost. What used to be the U. S. is now divided vertically into three provinces, the capitals of which are New York City, Hollywood, and Morrill. In this particular week, a convention is being held in Morrill by the World Spaceways Incorpo- rated. The purpose of this convention is to discuss a bond issue for a new centralized school, so that accommodations for students as far away as Texas and Canada can be met. The program for today drawn up by Rita Ewing, president of the Provincial Knitting and Crocheting Club, includes a speech by that brilliant orator, Steve Scott, a premiere of the latest 4-D "triple treat," starring that famous can-can dancer, Janice Borden, Qwe're sure this speaks for itself J, and a super-speedy trip around the world in the latest supersonic jet rocket. Food has been provided by "Flocks of Manhattan," which is run by Judy and Frank Flock with some help from their three sets of twins. Our emcees for the program are Jim Duncan and Stewart Tryon, the greatest comedy team since Martin and Lewis. After the speech and movie are enjoyed by all, the food is rushed in, piping hot in the new in- vention, a de-materializer, which was perfected by a prominent scientist, Gary Travis. Now we are ready to go on the trip around the world, and all board the space rocket. Mrs. Lowell James, the former Janyce Owen, and her husband are operating the ship and looking after the comfort of all aboard. At last, all is in readiness, there is a deafening roar, and we are off! Landing in Tiajuana, Mexico, we pick up the evening paper and upon opening it, our eyes fall on the column "10 Years Ago Today. " Here we read that Bill Dinnel and Charles LaRue, two of the 1956 graduates of Morrill, volunteered to man a space ship to Mars. Inquiring around, we learn they are still there. The scientists carelessly forgot one little detail in their planning: getting back once. you get there. We also learn while visiting Mexico that Don Roquet and Bob Anderson have developed their mechanical ability and have established a speedway for hot rods on the Pan-American l-Iiway running through Mexico. Again we board the ship and are bound for Spain, While in Granada we attend a typical Spanish bullfight. During the climax of the fight we hear a familiar voice coming from behind and talking a blue streak -- in Spanish. Turning'around we find it is a student from the Spanish Il class, Myla Surratt. The romance language has certainly inspired her. Incidentally she is talking to Jackie Segura, who has returned to the home of her ancestors and is quite wealthy as the owner and chief cook of the "Exclusivo" a well-known restaurant in Spain. Jumping from Europe to Africa we land at the H-K Ranch. Say, this sounds familiar. Investigat- ing, we find that Bill Kearney and David Hughson are co-owners of a fabulous horse ranch. Catching our attention is a large sign "No, Dudes Allowed." Underneath in small print were the words "Unless you are eligible, shapely females." Ignoring the sign completely, we went in. Here we found the place swarming with beautiful girls. The srr- 17 print on the sign seemed to take effect. Zoom-um, not more than two feet in front of us was ouf, Athletic Queen, Pat Weinmaster, riding her first buck- ing bronc. Splash! ll Terrified, we turned around just in time to see Suzanne Griess surface after making a beautiful dive into the warm, crystal-clear water of a horse tank. Kerplopi Again we turn around and see Cowgirl Weinmaster sitting primly in the middle of a cactus. Myl Some entertain- ment these boys provide. Let's get, while the getgting's goodl We leave our ship in Egypt and go by safari to the Belgian Congo, The leader of our safari is our old classmate, Gary Eisenbarth. We chat with him and he tells us spine-tingling adventures he has had in the wilds of Africa. Upon reaching our destination, Victoria Falls, we see a slightly familiar face. We heard that Bethel Brown was down here but up to this time we hadn't been able to believe itg yet, there she is. We hardly recognize her with dark skin and bleached-out hair, She told us that after playing a black face girl and seeing how coddled Egbert acted in the senior class play, she de- cided that Africa would be a better place to rear children so she came here to catch a man. She tells us that Beverly Mayo, formerly Beverly Barnes, another of our classmates, has set up a health clinic. We visit the Mayo Health Clinic and talk to Beverly. One of our other classmates, James Giles, is there recovering from a terrible African disease. Beverly and her husband, a handsome Mayo descend- ant, found him and now are trying to cure him. Vicoria Falls was beautiful, but we are glad to get out of that creepy, crawly country and back to civilization again. After reaching Egypt, we board our ship and are off to the Alps. We land at a darling little Swiss Resort. The clear lake, white moun- tains, and blue sky make a beautiful setting for the lodge. We are met at the landing by a host of other visitors. Staying here at the lodge are several famous persons. The recent winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature is here and she is introduced to us as Lydia Mac Simms, but of course, we recog- nize her as Rhonda Newman. Rhonda is very proud of her success and gladly tells us about her win- ning novel, "To the Ends of the Earth. " As we listen to her enticing review, we are amazed at the vivid description. After the review she tells us that the book is patterned after the life of one of her dear friends and our former classmate, Margaret Reifschneider. Margaret has led such a fascinating life, and has traveled so extensively that she made wonderful material for Rhonda's book. After visiting with Rhonda, we decide to go to the main office to confirm our reservations for the night. At the office the woman standing behind the desk looked very familiar to us -- sure enough, it was June Duncan. Going to Chadron had really paid off for her. Not only was she married to a handsome Swiss that she had met there, but as a result of his excellent coaching, she now holds the title of world-champion woman skier. Well, she certainly is one picture of health. We hope that our short stay will do something for us. Feeling very refreshed after our night in the mountains, we again board ship and in a few minutes are within sight of Finland where we talk with Lee Reed who has become an agricultural missionary. He is trying to help the Laplanders grow food in their frozen country. We leave Finland and make a cross-country flight to Arabia. We have heard by the grapevine that two of our classmates are here somewhere. We land and begin our search for them. Suddenly out of nowhere we see a general store. Hoping to get something to drink, we go inside. Who should wait on us? Yes, none other than Patricia Walker. She calls to Marilyn Wecker who comes out from the back room and we sit around the table and chat about old times. They tell us that Shirley and Howard Howard King are living in Ireland. Shirley being the former Shirley Ewig. We are sorry that our time doesn't permit us to stop and visit them. We must now hurry back to America. We stop in New York and get a quick Tom and Jerry at the Tom and Jerry owned by Tom and Jerry. Incidentally, this is Tom Butcher and Jerry Bowlin. While telling .them of our trip this past week, Dora Ellwanger and Maxine Adams come in for their coffee break. They join our circle and we learn that Maxine is a staff nurse at a large New York hospital and that Dora is the chief operator on the hospital switchboard. We have just a few minutes to catch our plane so we,hurry to the office of the New York Times. We inquire for the editor, Clyde Owen. We give him the write-up of our travels and he is very happy to hear about his former classmates. We return to the ship and fly back to Morrill to file this report in the City Hall. We have en- joyed our trip immensely but are glad to return to our every-day routine. I return to my home and again take up my role as Mrs. Ronald Bartlett. Helen returns to the Morrill General Hospital labora- tory and assumes her role as head technician. , , if 52124 L ., 4lJ J6,A,,,.y7 Mild! amz- 56 A7 if We, the Senior Class, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred fifty-six, being of sound mind and good memory, and having attained a boundless knowledge, are now willing to lay aside our beloved books, and do hereby draw up and declare to the public our last will and testament. Forthwith, we proceed: To the Juniors we leave our reputation as a class of super mentality, to the Sophomores we leave our unceasing desire to learng and to the Freshmen we leave our sincere wishes that they too may graduate from this great institution of learning. To the entire high school we will our juvenile de- linquent tendencies, as we would hate to see this characteristic die out in good 'ole Morrill High. I. I. I. I. 1. I. I. I. I. 1. I. I. I. I. I. I, I. I. 1. I. I. I. I. I, I. 1. I. I. I. 1. I. I. I. I. 1. I. L I. Maxine Adams, leave my ability not to lose my temper to Carolyn Broadbent. Bob Anderson, leave my motto "It Pays to Advertise" to Ron Winchell, who is also tall, dark, and handsome. ' Beverley Barnes, will my solid gold pin I received for being tardy the greatest number of times to Marlin Kuxhausen. Janice Borden, will my place in the Duncan clan to Cindy Schultz, in the hope that Cindy will have as much fun as I have had. Jerry Bowlin, leave my womanless days in M. H. S. to Norman Beatty. Bethel Brown, leave my "friendly" acquaintance with the state patrol to the next secretary for the justice of the peace. Tom Butcher, leave- -I haven't got a girl, or a car, I haven't got anything--well, I guess I won't leave, anything. Bill Dinnel, leave my roaring night life to Harold Andrew. Take heed, Butch! Jim Duncan, leave my title as Morrill High's best jokster to Bob Hauff, you've got a good start, Bob June Duncan, leave my easy-coming smile and gobs of laughter to the down-hearted lovers of fu- ture M.H. S. Gary Eisenbarth, leave my theme song, "Cigarettes and Women" to Farren Johnson. Dora Ellwanger, leave my ability to be seen and not heard to Bob Langley, who is always heard, but not seen. Rita Ewing, will my ability to have my assignments done 99. 99011: of the time to Aloaha Fillingham. Shirley Ewig, will my seniority rights to the next person graduating at the age of 19. Frank Flock, will my ability to "get around" all the teachers to Jerry Cawiezel. Use it to the best advantage, Jerry. James Giles, will my lady-killer personality to anyone who would like to kill the ladies. Suzanne Griess, leave my honor of belonging to the Casanova Love 'Em and Leave 'Em Griess family to--Maybe I'1l keep that. Lois Hess, leave my ability to hook a man and keep him to Glada Thompson. David Hughson, will my manly physique to the Freshman boys, in hopes they will make the most of it. Bill Kearney, will my brains, brains, and more brains to the next "Brain" of Morrill High. Judy Kelley, leave my bewitching dark eyes to Susan Kelley, providing Susan promises to cast en- chantment over all male society. Charles LaRue, will my mechanical abilities to the next grease-monkey of M.H. S. Helen Mitchell, will my walking speed to anyone living seven blocks from school. Rhonda Newman, leave my tall structure to Charles Newman. This should help the mighty Lions go to state next year in basketball. Ann Ost, will my resemblance to Henry Hawk to Ken Duncan in hopes that he will some day be known as "Hawkeye" too. I Clyde Owen, will my giggle to John Harms. Heaven help himll Janyce Owen, leave my ability to go with a boy 6'4" tall to any girl who sets her sights high. Lee Reed, leave my quiet and winning manners to Judy Ost. Don Roquet, will my fun-to-be-with-ness, to Larry Schultz. Maybe now, girls, he won't be Margaret Reifschneider, will my last name to any junior. Steve Scott, leave my girl and car to anyone with enough finances to keep them both going. Jacky Segura, leave my stunning dark hair to Carolyn Legband. Elmer Tryon, leave tarred and feathered and glad to go. Myla Surratt, will my vim, vigor, and vitality to Dennis Reising. Gary Travis, leave my Don Juan tactics to Robbie Currier. May he be next year's Romeo. Patricia Walker, leave my lovey-dovey attitude toward men to Anita Shaw. Marilyn Wecker, will my ability to wreck cars to anyone who has enough money to afford it. Pat Weinmaster, leave my title of "Miss Figure of the Class of '56" to anyone capable of annexing it. so shyl We, the seniors being thirty-nine separate persons, bequeath to the coming generations all our gripes, groans, teachers etc. 4 We leave our annual St. Pat's Hop to the class of 1960, in the hope that it will be the best party of the year. To our sponsors, Lucille, and Ed, we leave our hope that there will be another class such as ours which they may have the pleasure of sponsoring. Steve S. Rita E. Charles L. Maxine A, Nui ? 5S: 5?1:i'.:, lffYlS'-, fffffsl :P :!?'l!SAff4,5Eg' . laik - Q2 5 9 xi! 9K"3:3f5'2ZigZxiiKi:gf2.E2s2e1g,5:g,3r,X " am? - ' g?z9 Maf1wfQsi, fe"ag,5-wa? " iff la- glgemfva, ff: 22 2: , LZ. 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