Central Junior High School - Reflector Yearbook (Saginaw, MI)

 - Class of 1956

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Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector CLASS WILL By Barbara Hoffman We, The Ninth Grade Class of 1955-56, be- ing of sound minds and strong bodies make this last willandtestament.Weleave the items listed below to the designated future stud- ents and faculty members cf Central Jr. High. Norm Schrah wills his popularity and lead- ership to Dick Garlick. Holly Manning wills her cuteness to Julie Vaughan. Jim Baurngartner wills his algebra book to someone who wants a lot of work. Georgia Foglesong wills her sweet smile to Carol Youn g. Frank Szabo Wills his friends to Ken Po- well. Kathy Lewis wills her easy to look at figure to Shirey Jean Sparks. Lanny Sharon wills his popularity toWarren Wood. Judy Randall wills her hair to Karen Hunt. Gary Lesie leaves his joyfulness to any sad person. Beverly Brinkman wills her shape to Linda Betzold. Jim Hooper wills his easy-to get along with personality to Jerry Warner. Linda Schiff wills her charming personality to Pat Manning. Bill Cymbol wills his shortness to anyone who is tall. Frances Steiner wills her looks to Marilyn Pearce. Bob Bohn wills his flirting ability to Al Pollard. Marilyn Horn wills her sweetness to Jan Taylor. Tom Koski wills his ability to dress nicely to Dick Wallace. Mary ann McGreger leaves h er ability to get "gs" in typing to anyone who is nowreceiving QC 7s 77 Bob Parker wills his place as captain in Basketball to Alfred F ulford. Carl Lockhart leaves his muscles to any very weak person. Geraldine Bunzow leaves her quietness to anyone who makes a lots of noise. Jean Aragon wills her looks to Janice Granville. Art Ugartechea wills his hair to Galen Red- inbo. Le Vern Hines leaves her seatin Mr. Bickels' room to Etta Beatty. Yvonne Ely wills her all A card to any one who is now receiving E's. " Danny Spaulding leaves his school books to Valdis Vitols Carol Wolinski Wills her place as editor of the Reflector to any deserving eighth grader. Barbara Henderson wills her eighth grade friends to her sister Florence. Peggy Brantdly leaves her sports ability to Pete McDaniel. Barbara Hoffman wills her Saginaw Project to Beverly Strudgeon. Janet Liss Wills her red hair to Mar- garet Golz. Joyce Guest Wills her friendliness to Carol Melville. Betty Gorski wills her dancing and her hilarious laugh to anyone who doesn't know how. Sally Grew wills her position as presi- dent of the Freshman League to any worthy pledge. ' Mary Boyer wills her easy to look at figure to Judy Fleishman. We will to Mr . Boertman's journalism class Ann Jordan, Sandra Troge, Don Schlitt, Bill Beck and Margaret Wickers. Jackie Rathbun wills her shortness to anyone who is tall. In witness whereof we the members of the I955-56 ninth grade class write our names. Julia Evans, Sharon Allen, Ronald Miller, Bar- bara Hillier Jim Raasch. In the presence of Irving W. Burtt, Eloise F- Reese, Dorothy Lundbom, S. W. Boertman.

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Central Junlor's 33rd Annual Reflector SERVICE TY PISTS Clickety click, click, the keys are kept continuously busy as the Service Typists do their work. Some work for the teachers dur- ing class and some after school. They also type the articles for the Reflector before they go to printing. They deserve a lot of credit for their good work. The Service Typists are: MaryMiles,Sharon Miller ,Bev Misner, Jean Molitor, Judy Ran- dall,Mary Moore, Jessie Bland, Bille Dee Lof- back, Pat Habina, Sue Franctk, Ruth Ann Schoults, Florence Nowak, Isabel Sanchez, Clarence Stokes,Elaine Stephens, Lucianne Thompson, Adam Weigandt, Frances Steiner, Judy Leach, Faye Sebold, Baiba Skrivelis, David Schroeder, Louis Bryce, William Conrad. Sheroll Cross, Judy Fleisch- mann, Barbara Hillier, Janet Taylor, Jackie Chamberlain, Kay Descho, Carol Euric, Sally Grew, Margaret Klisch, Joan Whitten, J n Aragon, Sally Barnes, Holly Manning,Gladys Miller and Joyce Guest. Teacher: Jack, what were you asking Bill? Jack: I was just asking him for the time. Teacher: Now I have a question for you, Time will pass, will you? Mr. Wood: Howdy, Mr. Stone. How's Mrs. Stone and all the little pebbles? ACKNOWLEDGMENT By Barbara Hoffman The journalism staff of nineteen fifty five and fifty six wishes to thank the following people for their help and cooperation in publishing both the annual and monthly Reflectors. The office for their promptness in notify- ing us of news that comes from there. Mr. Boertman for his guidance and help in our journalism class. Mr. Dunne and his printing classes for their fine job of turning out the annual and monthlyReflectors. Mr. Farnam and Mr. Foulds for their work on the cover for the Annual. Mr. Rhodes, Mr. Galloway and their typing classes for typing the articles written by the journalism class before they are printed, and to all the other teachers and students who assisted in completing the Annual Reflect- or. Joe: I was weighed in school today Pop. Pop! How much do you weigh? Joe: Nothing. The nurse said I was four pounds under weight. Joyce G.: Did you hear about the man who can't figure out where the sun went down? Frances S.: No. What happened? Joyce G.: It finally dawned on him.

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