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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSOR
GLEN PENUEL .
BUDDY STARNES. , , .
DOUGLAS HARDAWAX', , .
.XLIIERT BROWN ....
PATRICIA j0NEs. , .
JAMES FRAZIER .. .
MRS. KHLLIE JON!-iS
,. , . ,President
, , . . ,Secretary
. . . ,Treasurer
. . . .Reporter
Sgt. at Arms
, . . .Sponsor
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' lVlElVl0RABLE E l0R lVl0lVlE
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
of the Senior Class of 1958, Hendersonville High School, Hendersonville, Tennessee
We, the Senior Class of 1958 being of sane
mind and sound body after four yea-rs of sweat,
blood, and tears do hereby proclaim this docu-
ment to be our last will and testament.
To our sponsor, Mrs. Starnes, we wish to ex-
press our deepest gratitude and thanks and hope
that the following class you have will have as
much love and a-ppreciation for you as we have.
To the faculty and Mr. Dorris-We wish to
express our thanks for their help and guidance
through the years.
To the Freshman Class-We leave our sympa-
thy for the three years ahead.
To the Sophomore Class-We bequeath our
closeness as a class hoping you will obtain it.
To the Junior Class-We leave our long list
of Senior Privileges.
I, Jack Avant, leave surprising everyone.
I, Linda Beech, leave knowing that things will
be a lot quieter when I'm gone.
I, Ellis Brewington, bequeath my ability to
keep a girl to Buddy Starnes.
I, Gene Brown, bequeath my intellectual abil-
ity to Mickey Edwards.
I, Dorothy Buchanan, bequeath my neatness
to Shirley Baker.
I, Ray Butler, leave unregretfully.
I, Taylor Carter, leave' my place in the foot-
ball line to Robert Howes.
I, Carolyn Castle, bequeath my ability to gig-
gle at any time to Thelma Dudney.
I, Ea-rline Curtis, leave my cheer leader outfit
to Nancy Roberts.
I, Nancy Dotson, bequeath my red knee socks
to Sandra Turner.
I, Peggy Cook, leave to become a good wife
I, Pat Edwards, bequeath my popularity to
I, Kathleen Forkum, leave my golden crown
to the next homecoming queen.
I, Thelma Frazier, leave as quietly a-s I came.
I, Barbara Sue Garrett, leave to become a
I, Sue Ann Garrett, bequeath my position on
the school paper to Judy O'Saile.
I, Wayne Gibbons, bequeath my black leather
jacket to Odis Deck.
I, Gene Gourley, lea-ve hoping I never have
to work this hard again.
I, Ann Hale, bequeath my pretty clothes to
I, Pat Hartman, leave having gained friends,
honor, and respect.
I, Roy King, leave my size 12 tennis shoes to
I, Kenneth Lemons, leave hoping to become
I, VVayne Mitchell, lea-ve my courteous ways
to Buddy McNeese.
I, Jane Montgomery, bequeath my versatility
to Joanne Williams.
I, Bob Ralph, leave my athletic ability to
I, Joyce Raymer, bequeath my seat in Book-
keeping to Sylvia Steele.
I, Shirley Shoulders, leave my position on the
annual staff to Shug Smith.
I, Margaret Smith, bequeath my mischievous
ways to Jerry Pinkerton.
I, Wayne Smith, leave my youthful ways to
I, Calvin Stamps, leave my smallness of stature
to Frank Mir.
I, Murrell Stamps, leave my shortness of height
to Earl Sisco.
I, Hazel Mae Steele, leave all my books to
anyone who can carry them.
I, Shelba Story, leave my pony tail to Clara
I, Sallye Tillman, leave my musical ability
hoping Judy will continue in my footsteps.
I, Pat Stafford, leave my tight skirts to Nancy
I, Christine Vaughn, leave my friendly ways
to Peggy Dixon.
I, Glenda Whitaker, leave my athletic trophies
to Nancy Curtis.
I, Donald Woodard, leave my bookkeeping
book to anyone stupid enough to take it.
In witness whereof, we do hereby affix our
seal and signature in the year of our release,
May thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and
THE SENIOR CLASS
Signed: PAT EDWARDS
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THE CLASS 0F 1959-I
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