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CLASS We, “the” class of nineteen hundred and fifty three, having bluffed our way through four tragic years of this institution, still possessing our original sanity and realizing we are by far the most intelligent and gifted beings in existence, do hereby bestow upon the starving Juniors but a mere fraction of our countless talents. To our dear patient matrons and wardens, we leave our deepest sympathy for their great loss which at present they do not realize. We also feel it our solemn and undeni¬ able duty to forewarn the members of our illustrious teaching staff, of the coming of the Junior class. They are predestined to make our fair class seem brilliant and infallible by compar ison. A sorry day is at hand for Johnson as the members of the class of “54” make a sad attempt at following in our Golden Footsteps. Bill Choquette bequeaths to Ray Watts his latest volume “The Women In My Life.” For deeper and more advanced information kindly consult Jim Farrell. Louise Currier leaves her model hairdo to Lois Haigh. Now you have two Lois. Louise also passes to Susan Hearty the pleasure of editing the Jottings. Normy Lundquist will be mighty busy after taking over George Kettinger’s job as football manager. Keep that bench warm. Norm. Hilda Shea bequeaths to Pat Elander and Pat Daley the many parties held at her house during the past two years. Be prepared for fun girls. Madeline Doherty is presented with Marie Mastin’s deceiving, quiet manner. It’s sure to come in handy. For David Lane and Allen Chadwick to share, Dave Wallwork donates his fifty-six different shirts and thirty-four sharp sweaters. Gert Klufts wills her pretty black hair to Rolf Carlson. Well, naturally, we’ll let you get a little cut off. Freddy Clarke endows Ronny Fountain with his motto, “Me, ah is everythin’,” plus his jars of baby food if there are any left. Catherine Dineen receives Claire Markey’s Irish temper. Stand back everybody! Herbert Ackroyd leaves his position as head chef in the famous J. H. S. cafeteria, plus three cases of bicarbonate of soda to Joe Smith. Betty Ratcliffe will tell Betty Beletsky how to hold on to one boy for six years. It’s not always easy you know. Paul Lamprey leaves his expert craftsmanship at one-arm driving to Roger Lawson. I’d say use two, but you’ll need one with which to drive. Joanne Greene wills her knack for swishing in baskets to Josie Luzzio, plus all the fun she had at York Beach. Nancy Lawlor endows Kenny Roebuck with a few inches of her height. Now you’ll make the Celtics for sure. Chuch Harbolt promised to teach Robert Janusz his most successful Swan Dive. Get out the First Aid kit. Bev. Thomson receives Claire Arsenault’s position as head cheerleader. Don’t forget to clear the ground by at least three feet when you jump. Dom Mangano offers the place in his car vacated by his model friend, his dog, to John Slipkow- sky and Barbara Wainwright. Gerry Drummey wills her well known saying, “Who me??????” to Larry Holleran and Raymond Roberts. It sure will get lots of use. Ron Armano, from the balcony of J. H. S., tosses down his well earned name, “Romeo,” to Freddy Wilson. Lorraine Gibson wills her nickname “Tiny” to Nellie Moschetto. It’s logical. Don Juan Coppeta wills to Victor Demario his very depressing letters and mixed up telephone calls. He also leaves his way with the women to A1 Klufts. Priscilla Graham bequeaths to Julia Gillick and Millie Rose all her “bebop” jokes plus those she stole from Terry and Carol. Frank Andrews leaves to Bruce Hamilton his walk of the wheels. What kind of wheels we shall refrain from stating. Pat Knowlton is presented with Joyce Haigh’s overcrowded wardrobe plus all the matching accessories. Kevin Devine bestows upon Sleepy Lynch his twelve dilferent ways of saying “no comment.” Ivy Awley leaves her wit and good nature to Rickie Cranston and Clinton Hollis. Don’t be selfish with it, boys! Sandy Vose wills her technique on how to live two lives and keep one a secret to Ann Bullock. Carole Smith passes on to Rose Enaire her weird laugh plus one of her favorite boyfriends. Beverly Morley is presented with Paul Donovan’s art of bluffing when the answer won’t come, plus his friendly chats with Clara Chapman. Carol Long welcomes Jean Ingram’s gift of gab and her quoted answers in Problems. Margaret Crotty wills her peaches and cream complexion to Robert Dehullu. Woweeee!
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