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Last Will and Testament
ol: The Senior Class
E, THE SENIOR CLASS, have enjoyed the four years of our lives spent within
the walls of this glorious institution. In the keeping of you who succeed us, We
leave all past standards and aims of North Gem High. We expect you to live up
to them, to help others uphold them, and add to them. Although we leave our
school with happy hearts for progression, in vain we regret that only in our
memories can we live our school days over again.
Our wish for you is to carry on, and to do that which we could not accomp-
lish. Our classmates express their Wishes and desires thus:
I, Wayne Hatch, leave my cheery smiles to Henry Meiners.
I, Cleo Peterson, leave my red hair to Elzada Welch.
I, Dee Montague, leave the Champagne Waltz to Marie Stevens.
I. Elda Newland, leave my shyness to Marjorie Clark.
I. Joe Williams, leave all of my girls to Chris Phelps.
I, Merna Call, leave to support Don Johnson.
I, Argil Davids, leave the Muskatell to Tony Madsen.
I, Mary Anderson, leave' Henry Meiners to Roene Parker.
I, Raymond Moore, leave my good friendship to La Faye Hansen.
I, Annie Gilbert, leave never to return again.
I, Horace Moser, leave Sarah Jones because Dad made'me.
I. Lois Grimm, leave my great ambition to Minerva Anderson.
I. Rao Parker, leave my musical talent to June Riggs.
I, Dorothy Christensen, leave my wad of gum to Loretta Jeppeson.
I, Eddie Reed, leave my monkey business to Grant Jacobsen.
I, Elton Call. leave my athletic ability to Ted Wilson.
I, Bob Alley, your president neat, leave this office to someone sweet.
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