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Page 26 text:
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G.A,A. 2, 3, 4
Girls' League I, 2, 3
Kommerce Klub 3
Exchange Assembly l
PAT MEYER DORIS FRENCH GROVER PAINE
Girls' League 2, 3
Glee Club 3
Maiorette 2, 3, 4
G.A,A. 2, 3, 4
Girls' League l, 2, 3
Kommerce Klub 4
Exchange Assembly l
The acceni's on
This is a line day
to bring out your
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Page 27 text:
Now that we Stars have lent our shrillianee to this solar system, we shall go on to greater heights--to
dazzle and awe others with our radiance. But before we streak into the heavens, we feel it is only right that
we sprinkle a little of our magic star dust on those left behind.
With fear and trepidation fneatly concealed by an air of cocky self-assurancej the Shooting Stars and
Comets and other heavenly bodies anticipate replacing with their small twinlzles the brilliance of the Stars.
So it is to them that we bequeath these fparkling attributes.
V I ,,
I, Doris Rich, leave my ability to find the short-
est route to Ford Ord to Janet Terral.
I, Bill Baldwin, leave my classic hair style
fstraight and simplej to Wes Plambeck.
To Eddie Walsh I, Connie Schmitt, will my
ability to talk anyone into and out of anything.
I, Bob Gaska, leave my cowboy hat to Gordon
I, james Ewing, leave my athletic training diet
to Barbara Knight.
To Bev Compton I, Betty Dilbeck, leave my
cheer-leading ability frah-rahj.
I, Lee Robinson, will my winning ways with
Mrs. Bell to Kenny Cassel.
I, Doris French, leave my pony tail to Ronnie
Baxter so he won't have to wear his duck tail.
To John Vess I, Grover Paine, leave my faith-
ful attendance record.
I, Terry Meyer, leave my nickname to Pat
Clampitt ftoo many Pats already in TI-ISQ.
I, Pat Hess, leave my position as swimming in-
structor to Wanda Sayre.
To the Trona Fire Department I, Larry Knowles,
leave my red proboscis.
I, Carol Akam, leave the boys at the base to
Dorothy Rhodes to take care of them.
I, Leo Bradshaw, leave my record of regular
athletic competition to Allen Hartley.
To Lou Ann Ford I, John Tansley, leave my
long legs. .
I, Marie Dillon, leave my majorette uniform to
I, June Russell, leave my love of animals to
I, Chuck Van Haren, leave Mr. Georgeou to
whoever wants him.
To Roy Hayes I, Joe Pastrone, will my C.S.F. pin.
I, joe Ann Allen, leave my appreciation for
music to H
o Earl Kobisch I, Jim Parks, leave the Bell
Murrin, will my mile medals to Nixon
I, Patricia Stevens, will my freckles to Orrene
To Jerrell Glenn I, Jack Myers, leave my ability
to support the school.
I, Gloria Lopez, leave the Ridgecrest Dust Devils
to Ruth Lopez.
I, Kathy Hurlocker, leave my free afternoons
and evenings as Slate editor to any junior who
wants the job.
My driving experience I, Bill Weimer, leave to
the drivers' education class.
To Shari McKean I, Barbara French, will my
place at the head of the majorettes.
I, Steve Walsh, will my good looks, way with
women, and ability to speak to Don Brooks.
To Francis jones I, Margie Dill, leave my ability
for sticking my foot in my mouth at critical mo-
ments. fYou'll have to use your own foot.j
My car, I, Dale Roberts, will to Jinx so his
wreck can be junked.
I, Carmen Cruz, leave my ability in advanced
Spanish to B. Lee Hevener.
To Gary Casey, I, Malvern Stevens, will my
ability to qualify as a B when a senior.
I, Sylvia Chavarria, leave my pitching arm to
To Pat Gooding I, Jerry Bell, will my phleg-
I, Darlene Kudlac, leave my little red stool at
the Trona Restaurant to Shirley Barbee.
My curly hair I, Chuck I-Iardison, will to Al
I, Gwen Knowles, leave Ronnie to the junior
boys. Take care of him, huh?
I, jim Hammond, leave my ability to woo the
ladies to Eddie Bueltmann.
I, Jerry Wilson, leave my brass baton to Ada
' To Eric Chandler I, Carol McCullough, leave
the job of selling tickets at the theater.
Knowing these gifts will insure another success-
ful year to Trona High, we bid you all adieu.
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