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pi Pi Cast Will and Zest ament We, the graduating class of 1958, realizing that the close of our school days is near at hand, think it wise to leave something to those who in the future will undertake to fill our places. We realize that the school will have a great loss without us and our valuable posses- sions. The underclassmen, especially the Juniors, would be handicapped if we took all our valuable assets. ARTICLE I To our sponsor, Mrs. Godfrey, to whom we are very much indebted for her leadership and guidance, we leave our wishes that she may have a class just as she wants it to b.e. ARTICLE II To our teachers, who are our friends and helpers, we leave our wishes that the incoming - students will be more willing to abide by the rules and regulations. ARTICLE III To individuals we bequeath the following: Anne Fields leaves nothing to nobody because she needs to take it with her. Billy Dixon leaves his position as " King " to Jimmy Smith. Brenda Dail leaves her loudness to Vivian Beamon. Ray Norville leaves his knowledge to Morris Lee Brann. Carole Jones leaves her " love " of mathe- matics to Jennie Bailey. Wyatt Taylor leaves his blonde hair to Kenneth Craft. Anne Wooten leaves her quietness to Pat Harrell. A. L. Coggins leaves his ability to learn French to Roy Jones if Mrs. Godfrey is not teaching. Tiny Lee Harrell leaves her ability to become " Queen " to Hilda Padget. Charles Holloman leaves his sympathy to Becky Winstead. Bonnie Burch leaves half of what she has got and her old boyfriend to Frances Lang. Ann Jones leaves her great like- ness of home ec to Nancy Adams. Allen Heath leaves his red hair to Harry Moore if he wants it. Marilu Hardison leaves her cheerleading ability to Marilene Mewborn. Dan Shackleford leaves his school bus to Frances Lang. Linda Mayo leaves her talkative ways to Alice Wain- wright. James Parker leaves his ability to worry Mrs.- Godfrey to Jerry Smith. Christine Brady leaves her ability to catch a man to Lois Johnson. Donnie Holloman leaves his ability to grow sideburns to Thomas Vick. Dot Johnson leaves her crazy actions to Earlene Lang. Robert Hill leaves his basketball to Ralph Heath. Bobby Bowden leaves gladly. Lou Mooring leaves her sweet disposition to " Neat " Jones. Colburn Owens leaves his love of English grammar to Bobby Galloway. Janie Langston leaves her artistic ability to Christine Ormond. Jimmy Gay leaves his wit to Stephen Craft. Jimmy Holloman leaves none of his hair because he needs it all. Amy Williams her saying, " Ain’t it so, " to Julia Cox. In witness whereof, we the Senior Class of 1958, do set seal on this, the twenty-first day of May, in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. A. L. COGGING Testator
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Nancy Adams Charlotte Aycock Joyce Cox Edward Craft Janice Craft Kenneth Craft Wayne Dail Gerald Gay Ralph Heath Janet Hill Linda Huber Faye Jones Beverly Lang Hazel Langley Alex Mewborn Margaret McKeel Jean Norville Stewart Tugwell Randy Tyson Alice Wain wright Becky Winstead Raymond Wooten 1 " fj§j 9 J 4 1 fay 3 L
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Best AH- Bound ANNE JONES A. L. COGGINS Sweetest
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