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Page 16 text:
B ggest Flirt Thomas Goff
Best Sport Bobby Upton
Loudest . Calvin Chaney
Frankie Patrum Cutest
Prettiest Teeth Richard Shuffett
Prettiest Hair Bobby Upton
Dorothy Paxton Biggest Baby William Loyall
Best Wedding Prospect
Dorothy Wilcoxson Biggest Tease W. D. Moss
Best Physique or Figure.. Merrill Thompson
Louise Bennette. Hobart Judd
Prettiest Hands Calvin Chaney
Tallest W. D. Moss
W. D. Moss
Biggest Gossip Thomas Goff
Best Artist Richard Shuffett
Best Actor Calvin Chaney
W. D. Moss
Louise Bennette Biggest Brag Hobart Judd
Page 15 text:
We, the class of 1944. leaving this school with sound minds and well trained memories, do make and publish this our last will and testament.
We give and bequeath to G. H. S. all our talents, our great wisdom, and our untiring energy.
We give and bequeath to our esteemed principal our sincere thanks for his counsel, advice, and entertainment these four years.
Wfc give and bequeath to the Faculty our deepest appreciation of all their efforts, whether vain or not, to further our educational training.
To the Juniors, we leave our senior privileges (if they can find them), our required books and Shakespearian plays, our dignity and good sense, and all memories, sweet or otherwise of G. H. S.
To the Sophomores, we leave our patience, and longsuffering to endure the bitter reproaches heaped upon them.
To the Freshmen, we leave our utmost sympathy and our ability to absorb all those studies which are beyond their comprehension.
We give and bequeath the following bequeasts, which may seem trifling, but we trust they may be accepted as valuable assets:
Parson Money and Vernon Shuffett leave their basketball ability to those who take their place on the team.
Louella Mitchell Ronald leaves a book entitled "How To Get Your Man And Hold Him” to Mary Francis Judd.
Louise Bennette wills her ability to miss school to Mildred Mardis.
Wilma Gumm bequeaths her executive ability to Betty Ann Mouser.
William D. Moss leaves his lanky lenthniness to Holland Wilcoxson.
Arlene Bale leaves her comb and mirror to anyone who can accomplish what she does by the use of such.
Exie Mae Bishop wills her studiousness to Gareth Milby.
Gusty Clark bequeaths his southern drawl to Cora Money.
Hobart Judd leaves his ability to brag to Ralph Lobb.
Christine Jones wills her slenderness to Hazel Forbes.
Cytha Mitchell leaves her modesty to Honey Lou Moss.
Bobby Upton bequeaths his courting technique to Claude Sharp.
Calvin Chaney leaves his eating ability to Margaret Russell to enable her to att'in her normal height.
Julia Judd leaves her ability to talk more and say less to Dolores Shaikun.
Hallie Montgomery wills her typing eraser to Mary Jane Edwards if there is any of it left.
Aurelia Jameson and Charlotte Shuffett leave their ability to laugh at all jokes to next year’s Arithmetic class.
Lastly, we regretfully leave our beloved sponsor, Mrs. William Blakeman, to the pupils of G. H. S.
SENIORS OF GREENSBURG HIGH Leontine Moore, Testator
Page 17 text:
Holland Judd ......................President
Florence Hagan ................ Vice-President
Hazel Forbes____________________ Treasurer
FRONT ROW: Rollin ShufTett Douglas Ford Odell Salsman C. R. Mears T. L Loyall '
Don Mitchell Caleb Sullivan Richard Mouser Minton Jones Herman Thompson Robert Allen
TOP ROW Oral Edwards Morris Ingram Holland Judd Jimmie Perkins Claud Sharp Roy Wise Raymond Berry Wilson Cook Harold Chaudoin
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