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Harold Adolph Stein Bonnie Misako Takemoto
Leetta Jane Thomas Judith Marie Tocchin
John Richard Wilcox Jeri Marie Wi110ws
And it came to pass that the Class of Three-and-Fifty
found favor in the eyes of a certain ruler, called Richard
Berryhill, and success looked fair before them, and they were
But a great cry went up from the throats of the greedy
"Lol if it doth happen that some are to graduate after many
days, it appeareth that there is much need of many dollars
wherewith to provide the song and dance thereof !"
And so, thinking these things, the Class did aspire to dra-
matic honors, and did present to the people a great and
wonderful play, wherein each would act what he was not.
And lo! the multitude did cry out, "How grand and won-
derful this thing which ye have done!" and the heads of
the Class did become swelled to the fullest capacity at the
praise they did receive.
And it came to pass, in the same year, that the Class did
sit themselves down that an artist of much skill should
make them pictures of great beauty, but when they were
done, and their eyes fell upon that which was said to be
like unto their faces, disgust was upon the face of the whole
class and they were much angry, for behold, it was like
nothing on the earth, nor on the face of the angry deep.
And it came to pass, after some months, that their eyes
were turned toward graduation, but many began to make
The first said, "I must needs serve Samuel, my uncle. There-
Mary Ellen Woody James Eddie Zinn
fore I cannot graduate.
Another said, "I must needs toil at home, and therefc
A third said, "T am dull and cannot learn. I pray thee
And still another said, 'AI am going to be married, and ti
fore I need not graduate."
So thus did this class decrease in numbers until the x
number at the end of the third year was two and fifty.
Now this, the fourth year in the history of this great
wonderful Class has been one of much hard labor, an:
little resting by the waysideg for preparations have
been making for them to take their final departure
Now it so happened that a man of much learning and
repute, David Conley, from an adjoining territory, did
to dwell in the Land that the travels of the Class 1
And it came to pass that a great shout did go up fron
throats of the Class, and the words thereof did find
with the members of the Class, and were adopted
class yell. And behold, they did proclaim this yell thn
out all the streets of the city, till it did re-echo fror
highways and hedges roundabout. And lo, the peopl
stop up their ears, and did flee in terror from the
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I, Dorman Collier, will my good friend, Donald Berryhill, to Phylli
V I Collins.
. 4 I, Bette Oswald, will my length to Louis Reisig.
I, Leetta Thomas, will my quiet attitude in study hall to Carolyn Rowell
I, Lois Fitzpatrick, will my giggles to Iames Tanzola.
f I, Ioe Cadell, will my western shirts to Charles Gill.
, We, Carol and Sue Barrett. will the love light in our eyes to all whn
' may be interested.
' I, Cody Noel, will my cowboy boots to Tronye Alexander-here's hop
A Xi 35' ing you get the full benefit of them.
4 --5. ' , ,,d, I, Donna Lowe, will my glasses to Roberta Hughes.
- 4435- ' 1 I I, Welch Hudson, will my ability to get along with Mr. Bottoms to Doi
Smith, who can't always persuade Mr. Bottoms to his way of thinking
I, Maurine Haney, will my meekness to Gary Humphrey.
I, Dell Iuan Hughes, will my "cold showers" in P.E. to Linda Parman--may she love every minutf
I, Ellen Woody, will my talent on the piano key-board to Lester Lemon.
I, Iohnny Sola, will my perfect grammar while conducting assemblies to Waymon Roberson.
I, Louis De Paoli, will my position with the merit board to Beatrice Huizar.
I, Ruth Gange, will my baby face to Sam Stephens.
I, Nick Huizar, will my best grades to any smart person who wants them.
I, Lenna Cromeenes, will my long hair to Mr. Lightner.
I, Ierry Fairley, will my hot rod magazines to Charles Smay, hoping he will enjoy them as much as l
I, Garland Pike, will my way with the teachers to Daryl Fisher.
I Roy Lee Britt, will my wide stride to Bruce Crawford.
1, Donald Goings, will my good-looking car to Val Zuniga.
I, Iohn Wilcox, will my seat in geometry to Ioe Takemoto-Good Luck, Ioe!
I, Carol Bequette, will my gift of gab to Barbara Farless, hoping that she or someone will equal it ii
I Ieri Willows, will my parking place at the Lindsay Drive-in to Oscar Gower.--you probably knov
which one it is, Oscar.
I, Patsy Coley, will MOOSE MARTIN to Nancy Riggs.
I, Ona Lee Power, will my mumbling to Donald Berryhill, which may not be too easy for him.
I, Eddie Zinn, will my cue stick to Dolores Hubbard.
I, Iudy Tocchini, will my remaining 25 merits to Pat Bequette, who may lack a few.
I, Patty Conley, will my soft voice to Max Hurt.
I, Iune Hurt, will my antelope running ability to Louis Kimbrough.
I, Arnold Crawford, will my bashfulness to Bud Goings,
I, Georgia Rogers, will my ability in the Commercial Room to Nancy Ruth Peterson.
I, Harold Stein, will my gracefulness to Edna lean Hughes.
I, Bonnie Takemoto, will my art ability to Peter Kobseff.
I, Phyllis Knutson, will my blushing ability to Gary Garlin.
I, V. M. Hunt, will my nice manners to Lola Mae Longley, who may need them.
I, Edward Lamb, will my position in F. F. A. to Marvin Aubery.
I, Harold Spuhler, will my bold remarks to Milford Iackson.
I, Iessie Reyes, will my position as class yell-leader to some peppy Iunior.
I, Delphia Pierce, will my studious attitude to Bobby Alcorn.
I, Barbara Nelson, will my position as Spartan News editor to some junior who can handle it.
I, Doris Marks, will my outside-of-school life in Porterville to Peggy Douglas.
I, Mary Hirabayashi, will my tennis racket to Monta Sue Miller.
I, Marcella Dye, will my poodle cut to Frances Wilson.
I, Georgina Del Greco, will my locker in P.E. to Noel Huxtable.
I, Raymond Foster, will my evenings at the show with Miss Aubery to Wiley Crocker.
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