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SENIOR CLASS WILL
On the twelfth of June, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-one, we, the
noted, lordly, sophisticated, spoiled Senior Class of "Sl" of Tehachapi
Valley Union High School, State Of California, being of sound mind, do
here and now declare this our last will and testament, and in so doing
revoke all others made by us at any time:
To the Class known during the year as Juniors, We give and bequeath
our title and all privileges attached to it. We also leave to them the busi-
ness Of running the school and keeping up its honorable traditions.
We individually give to our friends and foes the following:
We do: bequeath the red hair and dOnkey's ears Of Woodrow Farrar,
also his ability to sing so beautifully, to Lucy Giraudo, knowing that she
will profit greatly by these valuable gifts.
We do: bequeath the school girl complexion, green eyes, and high
mental superiority of Stanford Jackson, to Jane McColloch, and may she
use these great assets for gaining more A's in her studies instead of what
he used them for-Cfoolishnessj.
We also give to Donald Griffin the curly teeth and hot air of Violet
Azbill, hoping, as we believe he will, use them to become more talkative.
We give Bill Downs' lordly and shieky air with the Women to Walter
Elliot, hoping that he may develop into the same success along that line
as Bill did.
We leave the motherly charm and bossified manner of Dorothy Yorba
to Bob McDaniel, hoping that he will make some nice girl a good wife.
We do here and now appoint our principal, Mr. Orris Imhof, the
executor of this our last will and testament, and we empower said executor
to make any change he finds necessary' in the disposition of our property.
Hoping that we have made this will out fairly, We, The Senior Class,
bid you farewell.
Secretary, Class of '31 .