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Page 33 text:
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Estella Long leaves her manual, "How to Grow Tall, Slender, and
'Willowy in Ten Lessons," to Elizabeth Bowman.
Alta Matheney leaves second place in all public speaking contests to
anybody that wants it.
Fitz Hiltzheimer wills his gigantic stature and soldierly bearing to
Jack Kidd leaves on the hrst train for Bland County.
Jeanne Mustard leaves her deportment grades to Dawn Purvis.
Ernestine Seagle wills her 215 pounds to Louise Wood.
Elizabeth Summers bequeaths her copy of the "Prisoner's Song" to
Ruth Sutherland and Carolyn White leave their Senior privilege of
going upstairs at noon to discuss new boy friends to Lee Pickerel and Lucille
Sophia Wallace leaves word to delay the programg she'll be here in half
Margaret Ward leaves her privilege of reporting on absentees to Frances
jack Carney leaves before he is thrown out.
Having duly fulfilled the letter of the law, we hereunto affix our names
and seal to this document, and having revoked all other wills previously
made by us, do hereby testify on this the 17th day of May, 1935, that this
is our last will and testament.
Hansel Eckman, Y
Elizabeth Pugh, Witnesses. Class of 35 '
Crystal Frye, Jack Carney.
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Pauline VVygal, Ruth Bocock, and Ellen Kate Harman bequeath their
graceful dance steps to Helen Willis, Ethel Manuel, and Vivian Matheney.
Kenneth Brugh leaves his wings to Donald Bane and his motorcycle.
Margaret Quesenberry wills her vicious attacks on the typewriter to
- Eloise Bowling leaves her vivacious smile and her pleasing plumpness
to Evelyn Elkins.
William Whitesell wills a roll of adhesive, to patch up Tad Steger's in-
juries on the lield of battle and to sustain his "candy ankles."
Myra Albert and Elizabeth Bonham bequeath their peroxide to Violet
Henson and Edith Long.
Frances Chrisley and Margaret Nelson leave their scrap paper by their
typewriters for Miss DuVal.
Jeanne Blackburn wills her slender beauty to Virginia VVallner.
Quentin Dalton leaves his golden voice and handsome face to William
George Dewey and Donald Glenn will their ability on the basketball
court to John VValker and Bob Hall.
Stanley Mabe leaves his habit of quietly strolling into class at 9:30
a. m. to Turkey Flick.
Katherine Cornelius and Margaret Vaughan leave their entire supply
of rouge, lipstick, and face-powder to Ethel Morehead.
Helen Dix and Lois Miles leave their clarnorous voices and boisterous
manner to Pattie Vier and Mary Cox.
Martin Bocock leaves his quiet smile and reserved manner to J. B.
Nancy Eskridge and Cynthia Knapp leave their business efficiency
and scholastic tendencies to Elsie Wade and Virginia Eastman.
Frances Hardy bequeaths her undying love for Bing Crosby and Rudy
Vallee to Nora Richards.
Julius Clark wills his liking for Wednesday-night picture shows to
Marshall Owen and Bobby Harris.
Lawna Harkrader leaves school for the Magistrate's office.
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FTER a very busy and happy day at school, during which my
classmates had made a deep impression on my mind, I sank into
a peaceful slumber and in my dreams delved into the future as
far as human eye could see, catching a vision of my classmates
and of what some day they'd be.
Quentin Dalton I saw as a great opera star,-
Since High School days his name spread far.
Ellen KateI-larman made such music divine,
But due credit belonged to Mr. Fine.
Lois Miles I saw married to S. N. Hurst,'
To Home Ec she aspiredg with her cooking he was cursed.
Fitzhugh Hiltzheimer, electrical engineer,
Became quite a sage in his chosen career.
Katherine Cornelius worked for- Uncle Sam,'
She helped bring the country out of a jam.
Eloise Bowling, so plain in my dream,
Was the best dressed woman of the screen.
Frances Chrisley outshone them all,
For she .succeeded Miss DuVal.
George Dewey was a tax collector in our home town ,'
Mayor Calfee seemed pleased, for George ran 'em down.
William VVhitesell sold coca-cola and pop,-
He was quite a success: it was " good to the last drop."
Sinclair Dewey was a noted M. D.
And best of all was his plastic surgery.
Elizabeth Summers taught history in a select girls' schoolf
As disciplinarian she made them keep the rule.
Helen Dix was an excellent music teacherg
Accompanying violinists was her special feature.
Frances Hardy owned a business college,'
She always made the best use of her knowledge.
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