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black ink to the Class of '37 treasurer. We couldn't use it, our
financial accounts all being in the red.
W'e, Bill Rhudy and Herman jones, who were disappointed
in love, leave two "Rose's best engagement rings" to Vincent
Dixon and Bill Hardy.
I, Bill Macgill, do leave one pair of genuine "gum mud
splitters" to my sister Lida to come to school in next year.
I, Bob Painter, do leave one can of fishing worms and a plug
of chewing tobacco to Joe Robinson.
I, Frances Snider, do leave my special privilege of wandering
about on the street during school to Helen Duncan.
I, Louise Hylton, do leave one pair of mud splattered over-
alls to King Harman.
, I, Eunice Hall, leave my flying fingers of the typewriter to
I, Helen Richardson, do will my athletic feet to Myrtle
I, Nora Richards, will one issue of "Love Confessions" to
Bonnie Jean Painter.
I, Armenia Spangler, leave my industrious nature to Laura
I, Helen Willis, do leave a quart of henna dye to Annie Lee
I, Vera Ward, do leave my spare time to Miss Bondurant
in which she may grade papers.
I, Charlotte Clark, leave a kodak and two snapshots of
current flame to Aileen White. '
I, Irene Brown, leave my love for shorthand to Olga Wirt.
I, Harrell Morris, leave my privilege to argue about history
questions with Miss Pugh, to Charles Mashburn.
I, Mike Kegley, leave my habit of pestering the females to
Roy Reese. If
I, Lincoln Baugh, leave my "good looks" to Stella Hylton.
I, Kendall Kirkner, leave my unobtrusive ways to Donald
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I, Marge Quesenberry, leave my monopoly on f'Joe the
Gawk" to Audrey Williams. Q ' ,
I I, Helen Boothe, bequeath my privilege to stay after school
'and write letters for Coach Rice to Valencia Vaughan.
I, Edward Bowman, having nothing to leave, leave nothing
to "jazz" Morehead who needs nothing.
I, Elizabeth Hall, do leave my habit of grading Algebra
papers for the coach to Mildred W'allner.
I, J. B. Bocock, do leave my "ways with the women" to joe
I, Helen Long, leave my privilege to woo my current heart-
break between periods, to Blanche Covey.
I, Norman Rauhof, leave word that if anyone in the audience
has a duck I'd like to have it.
I, Edward' Dent, also leave nothing to anyone who wants
it. It is necessary that I take everything I have with me.
I, Mary Jackson, do leave my colommm soprano, voice to
I, Tad Steger, leave some "Steger blood" to Stooge Graham
which will cause him to dribble down the basketball court with-
out the ball.
I, Wallace Morehead, leave my sex appeal to Maurice
I, Billy Aylor, leave my extreme masculinity to Robert Hall.
I, VVilliam Patton, will my poker face to Frank Howard.
I, Roswell Seagle, do will my art of cradle robbing to Henry
I, Waltei' Smith, do bequeath my modesty to Jack Ward.
I, Chester Hall, do leave a half-pound jar of shaving cream
to Tom MacAdoo.
I, Evelyn Elkins, 'do leave one dozen spitballs to Tommy
I, Trinkle Davis, keeper of the coin, do will one bottle of
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- H I, Clark Owen, leave every time ,the fire alarm rings.
I, Walter Runyon, leave my businesslike attitudeto Ralph
I, Velva Riggs, do leave my art of writing poems to my
beloved, to Eugene Sexton.
Ib, Nellie Rosenberry, do will my powder puff and lipstick to
I, Pauline Keister, leave my boisterous manner to Virginia
I, Chester Richardson, leave my guitar and "One Kiss in
the Dark" to Louis Farmer.
' In testimony whereof, we have written and signed and do
declare this to be our last will and testament. I
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