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Last Will and Testament
State of Georgia,
City of Valdosta,
County of Lowndes.
The Senior Class of the Valdosta
High School on the 4th day of June, while we still are in good health, but
doubtful sanity, do hereby will and decree our most prized and highly
cherished possessions to that undeserving but well meaning class of
Item 1--The Senior Class as a whole wills to the Junior
Class as a whole, first our privilege--leaving school at any time we wish
to, after two fifty;
Second, we will to the hilarious Junior Class, our
Item 1--D.B. Blanton his great
enunciatory powers to Cyrus Adylette.
Item 2--Beauchamp Breedlove her
stately hearing to Catherine Fowler.
Item 3--Ferda Bruce wills to Martha
McArthur her seeming importance.
Item 4--Skinny Conoly leaves his ability
to play Football to Herbert Carlton Blackburn, Jr.
Item 5--Joel Dampier leaves his
neatness to Winfield Lawson [he needs it].
Item 6--John Robert Dasher leaves his
meekness to William Campbell.
Item 7--Joe Davis leaves to Rudolph
Brown his Managerial abilities.
Item 8--Joe Deming wills love of French
to Warren Roberts.
Item 9--J.L. Harris leaves his great
regard of truth to George Everett.
Item 10--To Vernon Dean, Doris
Hitchcock leaves her inability to talk in class to Virginia Jones.
Item 11--Ruth Johnson leaves her
inability to talk in class to Virginia Jones.
Item 12--Floride Joyce leaves her love of
cosmetics to Melba Young.
Item 13--T.O. McClendon wills his ability
to trip the light fantastic to Ralph Valloton.
Item 14--"Nut Norwood" leaves his
constant good humor to Duke Mullis.
Item 15--Caroline Parrish wills to
Frances Cleveland her infantile prattle.
Item 16--To John Winn, Powell Puckett
leaves his guilt-edge mirror and unbounded admiration of
Item 17--Jack Rouse leaves his high
treble voice to Vester Brooks.
Item 18--Catherine Smith leaves her love
of the Domestic Department to Hilda Davis.
Item 19--Chester Smith wills his debating
ability to Julian Herring.
Item 20--Zant leaves his athletic
abilities to Harry Mixon.
Item 21--George Claus leaves his graceful
walk to Jesse Davis.
Item 22--Tennys Jones leaves her ability
to play hookey to Marguerite Langdale.
Item 23--Gladys Dudley wills her
knowledge to Vashti Howell.
Item 24--Frances Holmes leaves her place
on the Basketball team as jumping center to Mary Lou
Item 25--Emily Tillman leaves her lasting
"permanent" to Essie Fry Gibson.
Item 26--Louie Holcombe her rights to the
title, "Miss Dosta," to Elizabeth Pendleton.
Item 27--Thelma Williams wills her
dignity to Grace Garrett.
Item 28--Hazel Taylor leaves her extreme
height and daintiness to N.W. Brantley.
Item 29--Mary Youles her title of class
giant to Lloyd Bartley.
Item 30--Guerry Harris leaves his time in
study hall to Meville Harris.
Signed, sealed, declared and published by the Senior
Class on this, the fourth day of June, 1926.
Emily Tillman (L.S.)
Hazel Taylor (L. S.)
Evelyn Jackson (L.S.)
Senior Hall of Fame Boys
Senior Hall of Fame Girls
|Biggest Man Hater
Senior Chemistry Club
Officers: There ain't any
Colors: Changeable, Blanton Mixes Them
Object: To enter solution in the easiest
way and to precipitate
out as Seniors, with no filtrate to reject.
||Knows how to apply heat.
||Understands mass action
||A rival of Einstein.
||It should be diluted to suit the
||He handles a delivery tube like fireman
does a hose
||Mercurous chloride? Oh, that's
used in chemical experiments.
||Why wait for spring for violets, when
we can get violet gas from iodine any day?
||Hydrogen sulphide? Bring a gas
||"Gee, by hydrogen is light."
||Bromine, that's a dangerous gas.
||"It's going to explode."
||Varies in valance--knows all about
||Freckles are not marks of
decomposition, they are beauty spots of "Mother Nature."
||Knows as much about saturated solution
as Conley does about mass action.
||A shirt burned with acid holds no
terror for a Senior.
||Like Neon, little known.
||Easier to break or hid, than to clean
||Understands effects of nitrous oxide.