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TABLE OF CONTENTS
nail Sketches .... ................
Band - Patti Hart
Chorus - Dan Gupton
Tere sa Cavier
Dan C oombes
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Time Machine ......
Linda Cardoz a
Horoscope..... ...... ... ..... ........
Farewell .......... .
Art Work . . .
Da launa Tanner
De na Freita s
Dan Coombe s
Da nny Cooper
Na ncy Erne st
This year we sincerely dedicate our C a rd i nal to the
memory of Mr. MaybertA. "Bert" Brush.
Mr. Brush lived in Willows for seventeen years. He
was Superintendent of the Willows Union School District
from 1951 through 1967 and Assistant Superintendent of the
Willows Unified School District during the 1967-1968 school
Mr. Brush graduated from Humboldt State College in
Arcata, California. He was a teacher, principal, and
superintendent of schools for thirty-nine years.
Each of us encountered Mr. Brush at least once in our
school experience. He was a man we all looked up to,
respected, and admired.
"His life was gentle, and the elements so mix'd
in him that Nature might stand up
And say to all the world, This was a man!"
- William Shakespeare
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"Have a happy"
Mrs . Reifel
Mr . Hughes
Phys. Ed. Major
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Ride of Paul Revere
"coin on your palm"
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"who? what? when? where?
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anti short dresses
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The Sycamore Elementary Band played twelve engagements during the
school year. We first displayed our talents on November 3 , l967, by marching
with the high school band at the Willows-Corning football game. Among the
selections played were , "Climb Every Mountain" , "Dixieland Parade", and
By request our kind, humble ,generous , and altogether great band con-
sented to play for our supporters, the P.T.A. This event took place on
November 9 , l967, and most of our unlearned songs were played.
The December calendar had two fun Christmas events in store for the
band. First of all for the kiddies Cyes, we're thinking of you teachersl we
had a Christmas parade with Santa Claus to get the season off to a jolly
start CHO! HO! HOU Next came the Christmas concert with beautiful
carols for everyone .
Ianuary and February came with lots of events. To be exact, sixteen
fun-filled sessions of practice, practice, practice! As the old saying
goes, " Practice Makes Perfect". Only, in our case, an EXCEPTION has been
made. " Practice Does NOT Make Perfect".
March came roaring in like a lion with two gorgeous concerts by
thirty-seven gorgeous people and twelve different gorgeous melodious
instruments. One of the fantastic, almost unrealistic, concerts took place
in Chico on March 16, 1968, at the Chico Music Festival. You missed it?
Too bad. We played some great songs, such as "The Winds of Change" ,
"Sarabande and March" , and "Four Sketches" . Our other concert was the
Glenn County Music Festival held right here in Willows KWOWU . If you
had heard the concert, you would have known that it was even better than
when we played in Chico. CAnything was better than that.D There were
seven different bands from Glenn and Colusa County. First We played a
massed-band number, "The Star Spangled Banner" . The last selection was
also a massed-band performance of "Born Free". Talk about beautiful!
For Lamb Derby in May We played selected songs from Walt Disney
Last but not least, We shall play songs of our choice for graduation.
We sincerely thank Mr. Stuart for all his help, patience , and efforts
in teaching us a little music.
PRESIDENT .....o.. .... D ebbie Larrabee
VICE PRESIDENT . . . .... Dan Coombes
SECRETARY o.oc....,..,.. .. . . Martha Ward
TREASURER ........,........0.... Iohn Rumiano
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE. . .Loy Gordon
WHAT'S A PEP BAND FOR?
"Oh, hail the mighty Cardinals,
Hail the red and white ..... "
These familiar words are what you might hear upon arrival at one of the
school's sports games. This is none other than the rooting section singing.
But where would the rooting section and cheerleaders be without the
Pep Band? LOST! That's where. Our great singers would be off-key, the
songs would be slow and dragged-out, and the cheerleaders wouldn't have
any music for their routines unless Mr. Ioiner and Mr. Hughes played for
them on their trumpets Cand We don't Want that, do We?J . Yes , the school
needs a Pep Band and this year's has done an outstanding job, thanks to the
good help of Mr. Stuart.
Mr. Stuart, our band director, has helped us considerably this
year. He is regarded by many people as an excellent director. But, in
our opinion, he is just full of a little humor Kvery littlel , flying batons , and
a gum collection. KDARNU Of course , it takes all of these things to make
an excellent director, and We are very proud of him.
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DING-A-LING BELLS AND TYMPANI
This year the seventh and eighth grade chorus participated in a variety
of programs throughout the school year. The first performance of the
Sycamore Chorus was at half-time during the Willows-Corning high school
football game . The chorus sang for the Willows P.ToA, , and during the
school Christmas program the chorus presented three selections. The group
sang for the Willows Kiwanis Club and in March they traveled to Chico to
perform in the Chico Music Festival where they received an "excellent"
rating. The chorus sang as part of the Sycamore School program during
Public Schools Week and concluded their year's activities by singing at
the Willows Spring Music Concert.
The chorus would like to thank their accompanists, Karen Greene and
Susan Bond, for their assistance .
A special debt of gratitude is paid to Mr. Arvel Allread for his effort
and patience throughout the year.
This year's Sycamore chorus included:
Leora Burrows Stella Hargrove Germaine Opper
Laurie Ell Vickie Harmon Susan Popp
Dena Preitas Sue Mitchell Shari Sharpe
Ben Gupton Martha Morton Charlotte Samuels
Dan Gupton Ioan Taylor
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The 1967 football season was a victorious one for the Sycamore Cardinals
Our year of 3 wins and l loss started out with the Cardinals' victory over
Elk Creek by the score of 28 to O.
During the season we played both Orland and Elk Creek, beating
Elk Creek twice and Orland once.
This year, Sycamore had a very good and fast working team to represent
the school. Our team included:
Mr Wright, our coach and P.E , teacher, contributed a great deal of
time work, and skill to the team to lead us to our victories.
The Willows Cardinals had a successful season with a record of 10 wins
and 5 losses 3 losses coming in tournament competition. The Cardinals
participated in two tournaments in one day, one in Colusa and one in Orland. In
each the Cardinals placed third.
Later on in the season, the Cardinals' team won a consolation trophy in
competition with 12 other teams in the Willows 20-30 Club Tournament. Also
the cheerleaders and rooters won a sportsmanship trophy in that tournament.
The Cardinals' team won about four of their games in the final minutes of
ln the three games this season the rivalry between Willows and Orland was
continued as Willows squeezed by the Orland Tigers by not more than three
points in each game
Our coach, Mr. Wright, deserves much credit for his time and dedication
to the team.
Team Score Team Score Highpoint Man
Cardinals Elk Creek 8 Alan Lowe
Cardinals Elk Creek 22 Dan Wickman
Cardinals Orland 37 I.Ponciano and P Deniz
Cardinals Live Oak 20 Iim Ponciano
Cardinals Oroville 43 Iay Carvalho
Cardinals Williams 24 Paul Lowe
Cardinals Anderson 32 Dan Coombes
Cardinals Orland 37 Dan Wickman
Cardinals Princeton 22 Alan Lowe
Cardinals Arbuckle 29 Iim Ponciano
Cardinals Princeton 21 Alan Lowe
Cardinals Los Molinos 33 Iim Ponciano
Cardinals Orland 22 Jim Ponciano
Cardinals Corning 29 Iim Ponciano
Cardinals Faculty 28 Michael Hughes
Members of the 1968 Cardinal basketball team werez
EIGHTH GRADE VALENTINE DANCE
The Valentine Dance was held on Friday, February 16, 1968, from 8:00
until 10:30 P.M. , at the Sycamore School Cafeteria. The decorations were put
up by the eighth graders on the day of the dance , Chaperones were
Mr. and Mrs. Lemky, Mr. and Mrs. Ioiner, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes,Mr. Gannon,
and Mrs. Carlson.
By drawing numbers from a box, prizes Crecordsl were awarded to
Ioan Taylor, Paul Wiest, and Lynn Cuccia 0 After these prizes were given, there
were drawings for King and Queen. This yearis reigning royalty were Bob Smith
and Donita Taylor.
Music was provided by the Time Merchants: Iohn Spooner on drums,
Alan Lowe with his tambourine, Paul Lowe playing lead guitar and Mike Pacheco
on rhythm guitar and doing the lead singing.
Refreshments were brought by Debbie Larrabee and the Cardinal Cheerleaders
Mr. Lemky furnished the punch and ice cream.
TOURNAME NT DANCE
Our second dance of the year was held after the Willows 20-30 Club
Basketball Tournament of March 2 , 1968, The Cardinal Cheerleaders,
Dena Freitas, Debbie Carvalho, Sandy Spooner and Suzan Edwards, planned
and organized a fine dance and party. Live music for the evening was again
provided by our own Time Merchantsi
Mrs. Ethel Edwards, Mrs. Bill Freitas, Mr. Albert Gannon,
Miss Carol Freitas, Mr. and Mrsr James Ioiner and Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Hughes chaperoned the event.
The dance was a great success and the students had a great time. Everyone
had fun and even the chaperones forgot their ages and became "teens" again.
The Time Merchants used their talents to play good music and give the dance
a swingin' mood.
As the last of the music ended, all agreed on the fine time they had.
The Graduation Dance was held at the Murdock Multipurpose Room on
Iune 6, 1968 following the eighth grade graduation exercises.
The Time Merchants supplied live music for the evening's entertainment.
Parents and teachers of the graduation class Were invited to attend.
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George Waters, the Polygamist Mad Scientist, came rushing out of
Bill Weinrich's Hardware Store after buying nuts and bolts to finish his Time
Machine. As he passed Deb Carvalho and Susan Popp'sPet Shop, he slipped
on a banana peel which was left by one of their monkeys. Iim Hammons,
Martha Morton, and Randy Pike bellowed out with laughter at the scientist's
fall. He finally reached his doorstep where the Mrs. Mad Scientists, Deb
Lacroix and Iulie Sellick, opened the door to greet him with a request to go to
Cool Hand Perez's Wentz Market for an order of John Rumiano's cheese .
That night the Mrs. Mad Scientists went to the Wrights' to play bridge
with Randy and Edwina for a few hours. On their way they picked up
Tom Steele, Frank Bolinger, and Richard Lacroix.
While they were gone, Mr. Mad Scientist saw his chance to take a
trip in his Time Machine. As he was working busily he accidentally picked
up two bystanders, Gertrude and Hecliff, who were transported back into time
While on their jouney Mr. Mad Scientist watched them through his audio-
As time turns, we see deputies Alan Danley and Tom Prewitt walking
through a town as if nothing had happened.
Meanwhile, in B. I. Gordon's Saloon, Sexy Sandy Spooner, Bare Midriff
Billington, and Loose Lips Larrabee were putting on their song and dance act.
At the card table , Lazy Horse Lambert, the Indian chief, Killer Coombes,
Card Pusher Ainger, and Winner Waggoner were enjoying a poker game when
Gertrude walked in.
"Do ya all wanta have a beer?" asked the only Lady Bartender west of
the Mississippi, Flirter Freitas.
"Oh, no, I don't know," Gertrude replied puzzled. "Where are we?"
"This is Dry Gulch Country, pardner! " piped up Patti Hart, a sensational
dance hall girl.
"Do you want to play poker, buddy?" asked Kenny Berglund.
"Sure" , answered I-Iecliff.
"Come on, then." shouted Rick Mitchell. "Play with us. This is David
Pfyl in the white hat, Iim Wel burn in the orange tie, Gary Belcher in the
purple pants, and Dan Cooper in the pink polka-dot socks."
"Glad to make your acquaintance. Howdy!"
Gertrude soon became bored with the poker game and decided to take a
look at the town. She saw the sign, "Connie Roberts, SeamstreSs"across the
street and decided to investigate. While crossing the street, Iimmy Sain laid
down his coat for Gertrude to cross the mud puddle.
Bystanders Donnella Rainey, Charlotte Samuels, and Sue Hemenway were
watching with envy, when Iudy Stanger and Virginia Gollnick came up and
invited them to the barn dance that night. at Melissa Danley's homestead.
The musicians were Iohn Spooner on the jug, and Alan Lowe expertly
handling the fiddle, while Robert Fox was calling out the numbers.
Suddenly Peach Puff Pacheco, the town ruffian, stumbled into the dance .
Gossip Goyhenetche was the first to see him and quickly spread the word
to Marilynn McGarr, Sue Mitchell, and Stella Hargrove.
Peach Puff Pacheco was making quite a racket, when the idol of all
women, cuddly Iay Carvalho, and three of his friends, Ron Conner,
Ierry Weichers, and last but not least, Potato Pickin' Ponciano, told old
Peachie to "Cool it" for a while.
Gertrude and Hecliff Walked in and all faces turned toward them. Loud-
mouth Sandee Parish yelled out, "Who are you?"
Gertrude and I-lecliff were pretty embarrassed, but nothing was said and
the dance Went on as before 0
Ernie Peters came up to Gertrude and asked for the pleasure of the next
"l'm sorry, but I don't know how to dance 0 "
Overhearing this remark, Danny Wickman, Mike Carvalho, and Pete
Lopez rushed to her and offered to teach her to dance .
The caller interrupted her reply by announcing that the dance was over.
After the dance Miss Marla Iones, the school teacher, introduced
herself to Gertrude and I-lecliff. Before Gertrude could get away, she found
herself listening to Miss Iones's problems with her students.
"Every day Cynthia Klaus and Donita Taylor end up getting the Worst
whippin' north of the South Pole!"
"Miss Iones, could you tell me Where the hotel is? l'm very tired,"
interrupted Gertrude .
"Yes , turn right at Bob Smith's Blacksmith Shop and go past Sheriff
Deadeye Carney's office. lt's right across the street from Debbie I-Iibdon's
General Store," replied Miss Iones.
"Thank you," said l-lecliff as he walked off with Gertrude . When they
entered Skip Sykes's hotel, the clerk, Doreen Otterson, checked them into
the different rooms, 250 and 252 , Where they would be staying.
The next day, Sunday, Gertrude and Hecliff attended church. There they
met Parson Iohn Perry. He introduced them to Miss Nancy Petty, the Sunday
school teacher, who was usually reading out of the Bible to her delinquent
Sunday school attenders, Paul Deniz, Steve Pool, and worst of all, Lynn Cuccia
whom she kept after class.
They also met the Gupton Twins, Dan and Ben, and Ole Meland, choir
After church the congregation dashed outside to see the hanging of
Porky Pig Mike Paul, Guilty Gallegos , Monster Montz, Sawed-off Smith, CEarll ,
Ricochet Rutledge, and Tex Sevier. The executioner, Lyncher Landon, was
making last-minute adjustments on his gallows.
After the hanging Iim Fisher, the undertaker, drove up in his black wagon
and took the dead bodies to Boot Hill. He also picked up the grave diggers,
Ierry Ehorn and Jerry Ladd.
The Bounty Hunter, Rod Hill, came looking for the bandits, but was too
late . I
On the 1:00 p.m. stage, driven by Phillip Bell, and Raymond Lacroix,
arrived Dalauna Tanner, Suzan Edwards, and Roy Fisher.
Roy and Dalauna were going to open a new General Store. Bonnie
Wharton, Iohn McKay, and Suzan left on the stage for San Francisco.
Later on that day, Ioan Taylor and Shelley Murray took a lunch to the
telegraph operators , Scott Dunlap and Howard Cawthra.
On their way back, they met Martha Ward, Linda Barrera , Kelly Boyd,
and Monica Lowas, the Gossip Circle of Dry Gulch. The Gossipers told
them that Miss Patricia Ceccon's prize mare had run through the barbed-wire
fence of the wealthy cattle rancher, Deb Stanborough, and had broken its leg
Dr. Paul Wiest borrowed Gunsmith Linda Gardoza's rifle to shoot it.
Georgia Larrabee, Ronnie Iuney, Mike Hall, and Teresa Cavier, were
spectators at the shooting. Georgia turned purple with green dots, while the
other three turned white as ghosts.
By this time, Gertrude and I-lecliff had had quite a day, so they went
back to town in a Bartalini-Rent-a-Buggy. -
They went through the hot, desert-like part of Dry Gulch. When they
were half way home, the two most wanted criminals, Pam and Perry Iohnson,
robbed them and took their buggy. They left and made Gertrude and I-lecliff
walk back to town.
When Gertrude and I-lecliff got to where they could see the town of
Dry Gulch, they met Toothless Brad Taylor, l-lomely Holmesley and the
Courthouse lawnkeeper, Sprinkler Winkler. They were three week-end gold
panners with their seven donkeys and tools coming back from the hills.
They asked Gertrude and I-lecliff if they wanted a lift. They said they
did, and were back in town by 6:00 p.m.
At 7:15 p.m. Gertrude and Hecliff went to a town meeting, where
Congressman Fred Logue was giving a talk on the women who were against
allowing more dance hall girls in Dry Gulch.
Among these prejudiced women were Nacy Ernest, Maureen Fransen,
Shari Sharp, Iudy Llewellen.
By this time, Paul Lowe, one of the bachelors of Dry Gulch, yelled
out, "What's wrong with that? They're fun to have around!"
"There's plenty wrong with that!" yelled out Laurie Ell and Vicki Harmon.
"They flirt with our menfolk! " added Leora Burrows and Dianna Smith.
Soon the meeting was getting out of hand, so Gene Bailey and Tony
Jones ran up front and helped the congressman conduct it properly.
Debbie Benemati and Linda Mallory suggested that if more Women
would be coming, more men should be invited, too.Finally the men decided
they didn't need any more saloon girls , and that was that.
Everyone left for home, and Gertrude and Hecliff went to the hotel.
The next day Gertrude and I-Iecliff got up early and Watched the children
go to school. Two second graders, Gary Valk and Than Williams, ran past
them with Iim Wilson, a third grader, chasing after them.
Gertrude and Hecliff chuckled when they saw three little girls,
Linda Knight, Dianne Ceccon, and Yvonne Kennedy, Walking down the street
holding hands. They also saw Germaine Opper, Brad Baker, and Iohn Amaro
skipping to school.
Soon Gertrude and Hecliff decided they were hungry, so they went to
the dining room of the hotel and had breakfast. Frank White, one of the
Waiters , asked what they would like . Hecliff gave the orders and they had a
most enjoyable breakfast--until Gertrude bit into an egg shell. The other
Waiter, Ieff Fisher, apologized and the cook, Dan Williams, cooked her
When they were through eating , Gertrude and I-lecliff left to take a S
Meanwhile, back in present time , Mr. Mad Scientist was fooling
around Cas usuall with the controls. He accidentally hit the wrong one,
and--POOFUHP Gertrude and I-Iecliff disappeared from the street!
My elevator shoes to Mrs.Waggoner
My brains to George Waters
My trumpet playing to Mr. Ioiner
All my dete ntions and swats to Bob Kiuttu
All my detentions to Benny Lopes
My marbles , jacks and jump rope to
My pity to the seventh grade
My long hair to Mr. Ioiner i
My Spanish grades to Mr. Cutshall
My voodoo dolls to Maureen Byrd
My driver' s license to Donnella Rainey
My height to Mrs. Waggoner
My height and Corn Flakes to Mrs .Waggone
All my notes to Mr. Ioiner i
My brains to Scott Dunlap
This years eighth grade school spirit to
next year's eighth graders
My bar bells to Mr. Daley
My black hair to Mrs. Gleason
My good grades to Teresa Feeney
All my pages to Mr. Gannon
My brains to Marilyn MCG-arr
My muscles to Mr. Daley
My figure to Debbie Hanson
My name and short hair to Lynn Lederer
Space Aeronautics E ngineer
Engineer or Electrician
Model or Dancer
Girl's Recreation Director
Olympic Shot Putter
Model for Men's Shirts
Place Kicker for Cleveland
People who talk about
Cal Harwell and Michelle
Homework and tests
Mr. Daley and his
Deniz , Paul
My science book cover to Mr. Gannon
My Harley Davidson to Mrs . Reifel
My size to Danny Hall
My 20 word per minute code certificate
to Howard Cawthra
My muscles and build to "Man" Alves
My short dresses to Mrs. Waggoner
All my bad grades to Lynn L.
All the gum under my desk to Bonnie
My hair to Debbie Hansen
My brains to Mr. Hughes
My crummy English book to my brother
My sun flower seeds to Mr. Wright
My "crickets" to Brian Landberg
My brains to Dianna Smith
My clarinet to Mr. Stuart
A can of "Ultra-grow" to Mrs .Waggoner
My long hair to Andrea Feeney
My muscles to Mr. Hughes
My knowledge of Archaeology to
My science scholarship to Mr. Gannon
My good shape to Debbie Ward
My dictionary pages to Mr. Daley
My bells to a dingy teacher
AMBITION PRCBABLE END
Computer Programmer IBM Card
Motorcycle Mechanic Kiddy-car salesman
Play football for L.A.Rams Unicycle Stunt man
Race car driver
Bra s s Pounder
Airline Stewardess Baggage truck driver
Psychiatrist Sycamore School Psychologist
Airline Pilot Crop duster
Mr. America and Football The before half of the Charles
Star Atlas advertisement
Engineer After half of the Charles Atlas
Pharmacist Bottle filler for Bayer Aspirin
Mean teacher like
Playboy costume fitter
Shell Answer Man
Model or Beautician
Bubble gum factory
Pest Control Man
Author of sentimental novels
Being sued by Mr. Ioiner
U.S. Decathlon Champ
Square Dance Caller
Bubble gum chewer
Ke lly Boyd
Running Bear Deniz
Paul Tomas Lowe
Doug and Dick
People who get worked
up over nothing
People who call me
" Horse face"
Suicide All my love to Randy Wright
Humpy My A's to Mr. Joiner
Rodney Allen My science note books to Mr.Gannon
Chopper All my fat to Cindy Bevers
Job Corps Johnson My motorcycle to my grandma
All my fun to Mr. Hughes
Ronald McDonald All my F papers to Mr. Gannon
My prism to Mr.Gannon Clf he can find ith
My M R toe to Donita
My laugh to Mr. Wright
My feet to Bullwinkle CAlan Danleyl
My height to Mrs. Waggoner
My manly build to Larry Brawley
My baggy pants to Cal Harwell
My height to David Gomes
My good looks to Janet Enos
My notes to There sa Feeney
All my money to Mr. Hughes
My height to Mrs. Waggoner
My ring to my sister
My B.O. to Ted Lewis
My skin and bones to Trudy
My ugly pink warm-up pants to Debbie
Not a Bee Keeper
Pro Football Player
Tie Tennis Shoes
Girls P.E. Teacher
PROBAB LE E ND
Seventh Grade History Teacher
School Board Member
Cross country snow shoe
Inventor of the perfect
Band Aid Dispenser
Girl' s P .E . Teacher
Major League Pitcher
Welcome Wagon Hostess
Babe Ruth ll
Tuna Cannery worker
Writing science pages
Homework and George
Dan and Ben Gupton
My little brother
Trouble ,Inc .
My musical ability to Mr. Ioiner
My dictionary pages to Theresa Peeney
My muscles to you
My beauty to anyone who wants it
My good looks and coordination to
My good looks to Sharon Green
My tennis shoes to Mr. Daley
The A on my science test to Mr.Gannon
My excess fat to Iulie Sellick
My giggle to Carleen Iones
My tight pants to Debbie Hanson
My fear to Randy Pike
My Waist to Mr. Daley
My sports ability to Mr. Hughes
My cigarette butts to Mr.Gannon
My gum to Cal Harwell
My late Work to Mrs .Waggoner
My legs to Ianet Enos
Miss Preitas to Mr.Gannon
My English tests to Mr. Ioiner
All my love to "Hughie"
The English rules to Mr. Daley
My dirty tennis shoes to Mr.Daley
Pro Baseball Player
Pro Baseball Player
Banana Boat Captain
Dean of a Girl' s School
Soul Brother and Preacher
Farmer of the Year
Toll Bridge Collector
Robin, the Boy Wonder
Anti Protest Forgotten
Truck Driver Rickshaw Iockie
History Teacher Scientist
Playboy Photographer Photographer for Popular
Chee se Magazine
Teachers with bad
Someone who thinks
they are too good
Mr. Nord and
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George of the Jungle
My height to Mr. Hughes
My P.E. grade to Miss Freitas
My eye lashes to Vickie
My hair to Cal Harwell
A can of Alpo to George Waters
My baton to Lyn Leader
My great brain and all my F's to
My hair curlers to anyone
My curly hair to Virginia Gollnick
My fantastic build to Mr. Daley
My hair goop to Mrs. Waggoner
My brains to Mr. Gannon
My voice to Mr. Allread
My fatness to Cynthia Klaus
My short hair to long haired boys
My old tennis shoes to Mr. Hughes
My weight to Mr. Daley
My science grades to Iohnny Amaro
My comb to Mr. Nord
My athletic ability to Mr. Hughes
My speller to Mrs. Reifel
My good looks to Valory Gleason
My basketball talent to Mike Wolcott
Foreman on Mike
Pro Football Player
Hardware Store Owner
Harlem Globe Trotter
PROBAB LE E ND
Good Will Ambassador
Mechanical Engineer for
Ford Motor Co
Profe s sional Bird Watcher
Coach at Fruto Elementary
P . E . Teacher
Director of Central
Ron " Connie" Conners
People who talk behind
People who think they're
better than others
Our hot summers to
Blind people with
color T.V. sets
Coke that doesn'tfizz
Too much homework
Doc My collection of jeweled anvils to
Willbart My figure to Mark Feeney
Babe All my math papers to Mrs.Waggoner
Indian CGeronimoJ All my Weeds to Mr. Gannon
Wills Wright My old track shoes to Ernie
AMBITION PROBABLE END
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Owner of Playboy Club Sticker-Sticker
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Farewell and .good leziik l,1'1 the years to come!
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