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We, the Senior Class of 1953, of Wyoming High
School, being of sound mind and memory and
realizing the uncertainties of life do hereby declare
this to be our last will and testament. It shall be
in the manner following.
To Judy Tenlfilshof goes Bonnie DeLaat7s loving
cup. Dave Koeze and Tom Sawicki get Maurie
Gaubatzfs ability to wreck a car and Bill Voet is
to be the lucky owner of Liz DeYoung's dimples.
Jerry Ronk and Millie VanderMarkt will look
quite different as recipients of Don DeWard's height
and Dick Gibbs will really look nice in the National
Guard Uniform left by Don Herring.
Mabelle Dougherty wills her diamond to Diane
Tygesong and Anna Oosterheert will be a changed
person as the heir to Pat Meurs's famous giggle.
Jim Hoeksema and Roger VanKoevering will
look nice as co-heirs to Nina Kistfs red hairg while
Beverly Wirth and Pat Norton will look unusually
distinctive as the heirs to Marlene Powney's short
Judy Weemhoff has decided to give her soprano
voice to Morrie Ball. Marilyn Spoelstra and Claud-
ette Otteson are to receive Jean Cummings's quiet
John Shay will attract all the girls as the heir
of Bob DeJonge's red carg and Janet Dutmer hopes
LaVonne VanderVVall will make good use of the
ready flow of words which she is bequeathing her.
To Gary Uranis and Don Vos goes Dave Janou-
sekis many speeding tickets. Janice Perham bestows
on Sheryl Cox and Linda Oberly her love of books.
Freda Deppe and Janet Ostapowicz are to re-
ceive Adella Maher's alertness in classesg and
Shirley Patterson is left with Al Mulder's job at
Carole Simon will be the possessor of Carol
Babe's long locksg and Myrna Madison will find
herself owner of Ken Snoeyink's basketball cap-
Bonnie Colthurst is to be the proud owner of
Marie Dykstra's typing speedg and Vivian Snyder
should be very happy as the heir to Pat Larabeeis
325 government bond.
To Marlene Huzel and Duane Laubach goes John
Phillips and Sue Braford's devotion for each
otherg and Bill Lohstroh hopes that Jerry Raw-
lings and Ed Fredricksen will make good use of his
Inarimba which he is leaving them.
To Darwin Tygeson and John Hulsing goes
Hardy Ritsema and John Raterinkis great com-
Irene Ferguson should be happy to receive Donna
Lamportis never ending energyg and Wally Ver-
Strat bequeaths his many nicknames to Fritz Was-
muth. Jack Raible is to be the heir to Jay Vanden
Mollie Hoop leaves her presidency of the class
to Frank Grimmg and Ron Machiele will be the
proud heir of John Kremers curly hair.
Bernie Oom and Ron Smith will be the co-heirs
of Mary Karseboomis heightg while Carol DeWitt
is left with Ruth Spoelmanfs smallness.
Myron Brummel leaves his love for the girls
to Ed Murphy and Norlin Tymes. Marlene Ahlberg
bequeaths her profound sense of humor to Lois
Force and JoAnn Frisbieg and Honest Darle Van-
derWall leaves his integrity to Marilyn VanKomen.
Bob Estelle and Judy Valentine are to receive
Denny Telderfs many witty remarks. Diane Ten-
Elshof wills her beautiful brown eyes to Sue Sew-
reyg while Howard Robinson and Walt Tazelaar
are the heirs to Tom Raible's good looks.
To Fred Geskus and Bob LaFave goes Donna
Kuiper and Joyce Rettigis inseparable companion-
ship. Jerry Klaver and Bernice Knoll should be
proud of Ken Smit's many A's which he is be-
Mary Wilson and Marilyn Cole will look striking
as the co-heirs to Shirley Nelsonis blonde locksg
and Melvin Rahn is left with Jerry Moorefs ability
to pester people.
Ruth Mosher leaves her many bruises to Phyllis
Vawter and Marilyn Muncyg while Bob Goorhouse
and Lloyd Bekkering will be the heirs of Gordon
Schuilingis wonderful manners.
To Paul Kerkstra, Joe Macaluso, and Terry Haan
goes all of Marilyn Sharpis determination. Sara
Gaubatz is to receive carbon copies of LaVerle
Hallis many love lettersg while Art Apsey and Kent
TenBrink will be the fortunate heirs to Henry
Elgersma's scientific knowledge.
Phyllis Cook is gladly leaving her shyness to
Bruce DeJonge and Marilyn Kelder. Betty Van-
Putten and Gloria VanderlVIarkt are to receive Pat
Boom's shining personality.
To Jerry DeBoer and Ed Dominiak goes Jean
Fordis many brownie pointsg and Lewie Dougherty
receives Dorothy Beckeris versatility on the piano.
Chuck Morgan and Millie Hoop are to be the
possessoris of Marilyn VanOveren's sincerityg while
Evelyn VanderHaar is left with LaVonne Weaver's
A baton belonging to Joan Doty is to be left to
Ivan Kelloggg and Arlene Elgersma is the heir to
Nancy Fisher's friendliness towards everyone.
Rich Hallas is leaving his 'clittle hot rod" to
Marilyn Geskusg and to Ron Johnson goes Virginia
Ive's intelligence. Viola Fisher is to receive Gene
Lemmink's hunger for potato chips.
Arlene Pleger willingly leaves her quiet voice to
Larry Schuilingg and Dick Dertien and Lorraine
Uselton are to receive Marilyn Marsmanis dignity.
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