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We ,the Class of 1941, in full possession of sound memory
and understanding, do make and publish this, our last will and
testament. As our last deed, we leave and bequeath:
To our dear ALMA MATER, our loving memories of days
To MOTHER IGN ATIA, our love and gratitude for making
the Vincentian High School available for our education.
To the FACULTY, our overwhelming gratitude for their
kind and loving help and instruction.
To the JUNIORS, our treasured memories and the privi-
lege of being called "Seniors". May they follow in the footsteps
of the Seniors of 1941!
To the SOPHOMORES, our good sportsmanship. May they
always put it into practice!
To the FRESHMEN, our sense of good humor. Let them al-
ways put it into effect!
Anna Jacob leaves her position as editor of the "Marillac"
to a worthy junior C?l.
Rose Sziich and Dorothy Losket leave their stencils to
Christine Bernik and Agnes Soltis.
Cecilia Vlha gives her position as artist to Anna Kasper.
Mary Krajnik leaves her "prattling" to Dorothy Span and
Betty Bock. '
Valeria Berlich bequeathes her sympathy to C?J.
The rest of the Seniors leave to the interested individuals
whatever traits or positions appeal to them.
Class of 1941”