Waltham High School - Mirror Yearbook (Waltham, MA)

 - Class of 1940

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1flQUiiIQ!PQIIQ!lQUQOQOQ0-UQOill 1 UQQYQIIQUQUQOQOQUQOQ Q02 - Q . To Robert Martin, the 'andsome lad with that twinkle in his eye, we leave this bag of candy kisses. If your present "la femme" charm grows old some day, Bob, fwhich we doubtj, we are sure that these kisses will suffice for an evening or two. To Rzztb Dermott, the Venus of the class of 1940, we leave this little camera for her future use when she is a busy photographers model pos- ing for such advertisements as refrigerators, Luckies 2-1, and Lux toilet soap along with the Hollywood stars. To Hngb Gfzrdrzer, our 1940 Jack Benny, we leave this jiminy Cricket, his private conscience, that will warn him to stop on the safe side of his clowning. To Robert Steoerzr, our Adolphe Menjou, better known as the best dressed boy in the class of 1940, we leave these one-way-stretch, emerald colored garters to prevent that bulging at the ankles which is sure to show with rolled up breeches. To Noel Temple, whose clotheslput her right into the debutante class, we leave this genuine talon zipper to save her the embarrassment of ever being pointed out as a horrible example of the modern disease-Gaposisl To Robert Clemente, our next Mickey Rooney, we bestow on Bob this Pinocchio doll for a pup- pet show of the future in token of our belief that he will outstrip Walt Disney's finest achievements. To Hope Goodell, voted our best actress after her wonderful performance of "Penny" in the senior play, we leave this box of Kleenex to take care of any excess facial cream that she might use such as that which she displayed in the South junior Auditorium. To Elizabeth Quigley, our class social light, we leave this Hawaiian guitar and a hound-trip ticket to Honolulu to serenade the someone, unknown to us, who sent her that cute grass skirt and lei. To Dirk jobnrtone, our local replica of the highly publicized "Supermanl', we leave a large bottle of the perfect remedy for all discomfiture due to overindulgence in the line of athletic en- deavor, Sloans' Liniment! To Eclmz Mitebell, our most athletic girl, we leave this set of Indian Clubs to keep those mus- cles always in trim. Don't forget your daily dozen, Edna. To Mildred Czlrrmz, our exotic black-haired glamour girl, we leave this sarong flatest Adrian designj so, at her first opportunity, she may show Dorothy Lamour what real competition is. To Pbillip Virzcello, the ready, willing, and al- ways able bookworm, we leave, with regrets, this handsome pair of form-fitted, cut-glass, horn- rimmed spectacles, which, we feel, will be a dire necessity if he continues to keep up the pace which won him the title of most studious boy. To Arzrze fobrzrorz, the most studious senior girl, we leave this comic magazine with the suggestion that she drop her books for a while and enjoy a little diversion. In testimony whereof we hereunto set our hand and seal and publish and declare this to be the Codicil to our last Will and Testament, in the presence of the Witnesses named below, this fifth day of june, A. D., 1940. Signed-The Class of 1940 by-WLLMA GREENIAW. Signed, sealed and published by the said Class of 1940 as and for their last Will and Testament, in the presence of us, who at their request, and in their presence, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto. FRANCIS SHEEHY RICHARD Hoon GEORGE Lens

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