Ontario High School - Echo Yearbook (Ontario, NY)

 - Class of 1940

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S To all students: A reserved seat when- the "doubled features" made by the History C students are shown. Norman Harris: The praise due to a good boy? Basketball Team: A fake banner just in case--- Junior Class: A candy key for each student. Elizabeth DeDee: Tommy Doyle's red hair. Don Crane: Gracefulness when posing as a woman. Adam Beinschroth: An introduction to some of the other drum majors. For infor- mation about drum majoring only! ' Nina Mae Heckman: Something to keep her busy. Dickie Cuvelier: A brush cut and striped necktie to match his personality. Elsie Hollebrand: Betty Porrey's apples. 'lasdg We hereby appoint Miss Pottinger and Miss Thape executrixes of this, our last Will and Testament: hereby revoking all former wills by us made. 'Zn' witnws wbgfggf, We have hereunto subscribed our name the 27th day of June.in the year One thousand nine hundred and forty. We, whose names are hereto subscribed,1Do CenHy.that.on the 27th day of June 1940 the SENIOR CLASS,,the testator, subscribed its name to this ihstrument in our presence and in the presence of each of us, and at the same time, in our presence and hearing, declared the same to be its last Will and Testament, and requested us, to sign our names thereto as witnesses to the execution thereof, which we hereby do in the presence of the testator and of each other, on the said date, and write opposite our names our respective places of residence. a I r residing at M Ov ,W d,"4:"LM- residing at 7-6 9 B residing at 15

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cllinvxvgv - IU p East 'Diff anb Cesfament. WE, the SENIOR CLASS of the Ontario High School of Ontario in the County of Wayne and State of New York, being of sound mind and memory, do make, publish and declare this our last RM! anb Gestamcnt. in manner following, that is to say: Tfkgh- We direct that all our just debts and funeral expenses be paid. Swann- We bequeath to the following: Underclassmenz Mr. Drew's slogan, HA word to the wise is sufficient.W Junior Class: The Seniors' lost water guns, balloons, straight Jobs, tacks, and similar toys. Mr. Robertson: A band like the presentg of course it will take time! Miss Thape: Another Sir Galahad. Miss Smith: Some new pins so the class will get the point. Miss Cross: A Senior Class like the present, toys and all. Freshman Class: The right to get out of the dog house. Oakley Porray: A saucer to go with his Ag. cup. Harold Lebbert: A punching bag so he doesn't have to use humans, the dragon. Gerald Harris: The right to have Jerry Mae Merf as-his "precious." Squeaky Ebert: A couch in study hall. Walter Cone: More young ladies. Antoinette Cantin: Another Tom Grierson and SON program. Howard DeGroot and Donald Risleyz The demonstration business formally owned by Faulks and Spink. Ernest Lutzkin: A contract to be manager of a floor show in the O. H. S. Study Hall. Jean King: A pad to write notes on, a large one. Harold and Uppie: A revolver for their holdups. Ellen Mepham and fans: A windowless house. Walter Leary: A car he can have at night. Margaret Mepham: Someone to get her at noon hours. There's at least one senior who is appreciated. I Dorothy Huxley: Betty Bel's dog house. We hope it won't be used as much from now on. Jerry Waterman: The right to act like Henry Aldrich. Janet Porrey: The right to be different. Physics Class from Betty B91 and Janet Porrey: The right to have the temperature 0 degrees'C. 14



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