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I, Loren Arkebauer, leave my high ideas and big imagination to Duane
I, Roy Bacon, leave my high school days' to Lorraine Curvey,
I, Dick Bails, leave my romantic ways with the worn en to David Earl
I, Alice June Beaty, leave my sweet disposiition to Peggy Davis.
I, Ramona Bilyeu, leave my shyness to Jim Richter.
I, Joe Clark, leave my quietness and behavior in class to Patty Vangeison.
I, Bob Clower, put all future basketball games into the hands of Howard
Reynolds. May he win them all. F
I, Carolyn Curvey, leave my athletic ability to Barbara Wilson.
I, Lester Curvey, leave my guitar to 'Jerry Fahl so that he may entertain
the students at Morrisonville High. " I A '
I, Jim Donaldson, leave my sense of humor td Norma Johnson.
I, Ray Dowdy, leave my nickname, "Button", to anybody who needs one.
I, Dwight Ebe, leave my cool and calm nature to Phyllis Smith.
I, Joan Engelhart, leave my wil d experiences in H om e Economics to
I, Bob Fleming, leave my wavy hair to Jimmy Stewart. He needs it.
I, Barbara. Grundy, leave my flaming red hair to Mary Sullivan.
I, Barbara Hill, leave my saxophone playing ability to Joe Lucas.
I, Frank Hornbeck, leave my wife, Bonnie L o u, to nob ody . I had you
fooled for a while, didn't I ? g I
I, Amos Johnson, leave my little! green chevy to the high .school kids to
use as a lunch wagon until they get a cafeteria.
I, Charles Johnson, leave my good g r ade s in bookkeeping to Barbara
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We, the senior class of Morrisonville High in the year of 1950, being
of questionable mind and memory, do hereby make, declare, and set our
seal to this our will.
Our gay times and merry voices we leave to the school. May youth
ever enjoy its traditions and merriment.
The semester exams we leave to the faculty who so kindly dropped
this custom . May each and every future class of MHS realize and
appreciate the importance of an understanding faculty.
For our principal we bequeath all personal possessions not speci-
fically mentioned, in remembrance of the class of '50, May all future
students know and like him as we have.
To our secretary--we leave all our be aux whom we do not take
with us. May they amuse her as they have us.
First: To the juniors we leave our shoes--may you fill them well.
Second: To the sophomores--we leave your future. Make ita swell
one and ever look to your teachers for guidance.
Third: For the freshies--we leave the term "green fr e shie s ".
Green is the symbol of spring and growth--with these thoughts may you
become a credit to MHS.
Fourth: We direct that all debts be fully paid after we leave.
Fifth: We, the seniors of 1950, do he reby bequeath our personal
possessions as follows: -
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I, Eddie Jones, leave my flirting ways to Andy Young.
I, Norma Jones, leave my spunk and pep to Roy Alvey.
I, Earl McKinnie, leave my easy going manner to Joyce Spencer.
I, Pauline McLean, leave my slow and graceful walk to Dorothy Harris.
I, Ione Mundhenke, leave my giggles and misbehavior in History class to
I, Glenn Myers, leave my bookkeeping classes with the eight gabby girls
to anyone who is brave enough to enter such a class.
I, Bill Nicol, leave the days I played hookey to Ernie Loman.
I, Donald Lee Rathgeber, leave my winning smile to Lavonna Kent.
I, Joyce Reynolds, leave my height to Margaret Todt.
I, Melvin Rich, leave the thermometer I hoo k e d in English to the high
I, Rosie Skinner, leave my quiet ways to Howard Lamb.
I, Jack Sloan, leave my shorthand grades to Winona Wilson.
I, Marian Smith, leave my leadership to Bernie Noonan.
I, Bill Smith, leave my G.I. haircut and good grades in history to Ethel
I, Bill Spengler, leave my brain power to Ray McKinnie so that he can
plant-peanuts and grow dill pickles.
I, Jim Stanley, leave my place on the honor roll to Richard Thacker.
I, Jim Swinger, leave my ability to ask questions to no one, by special
request of the high school teachers.
I, Gloria Taylor, leave my ability to get along with people to JoAnn
I, Sylvia Taylor, leave all my highschool "sparks" to Ronella Armitage.
As the class of 1950 sadlybids MHS good-by, we leave "footprints on
the sands of time." May the heirs to our personal properties enjoy this
school, and these worldly pleasures which we leave them.
21 The Senior Class.
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