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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the senior Class of 1956, feeling sure that there never has or will be another class at Saint
Pauls High School as smart, as well behaved, or as lovable as we are, wish to leave our last
will and testament to be carried out in the order that follows:
Wesley Berdeau leaves Faye Edwards in high school to wait for him.
Freddy Breeden leaves his way with women to Claude Fisher.
Teddy Breeden wills his theater work to James Jolly.
James Smith leaves his piano talent to Rhoda Powers.
H. C. Prevatte leaves his loud mouth to Ronald Baxley.
Neil Crenshaw wills his F. F.A. membership to Pug Hall.
Julian Sessoms leaves his office as president of the Student Government to Joel Stegall.
Harold Britt leaves his ability to make straight "A's" to George Deaton.
Auburn Baxley leaves his good looks to the junior boys and hopes that they will share it.
Preston Collins leaves Claudette Brisson to "Pee-Wee. "
Ray Herndon leaves Saint Pauls High School.
Lamarr Ivey wills his ability to play football and baseball to Breck Regan.
Sonny Melton wills his ability to learn French to Gerald Furguson.
Marvin Cain wills his ability to get out of trouble to anyone who can use it.
Tommy Beck wills his chemistry talent to Miss Dunn.
Charles Harrington leaves his nickname of "Fuzzy" to Bobby Jackson.
Mitchel Kinlaw leaves his wit to Thomas Keith.
Harold Johnson leaves his ability to stay in high school five years to anybody who likes school.
Marvin wills his ability to get out of work to Johnny Rozier.
Louise Brisson wills her quiet ways to her cousin Claudette.
Rosa Edge leaves her neatness to Grace Owens.
Lydia Farrar leaves her ability to skip school and get away with it to Willie Powers.”