Page 4. Class of 1945
Page 5. Class of 1945 Continued:
We, the seniors of Fulton, class of ‘45, being of sound mind and healthy bodies, will and bequeath all our valuable and treasured possessions to the people that we think will benefit most by them. We hereby declare this to be our last will and testament.
To our teachers, we will the peace of mind which they will acquire after we have left.
To Mr. Britegan, the janitor, we leave the privilege of making shelves in the long lockers for the seniors next year if they have to double up.
To the juniors, we bequeath the co-operativeness which the senior class has always been able to attain. We hope they will make good use of it.
We leave to the sophomores all the typewriters which are usable. Please don’t be any harder on them than we were.
To the freshmen, we leave our ability to act like refined students of Fulton.
Gerald Bernath wills his shortness to Junior Estel, hoping it will bring about a happy medium.
Dorothy Elton bequeaths her editorship of the “Echo” to Duane Lau, hoping he won’t have as much trouble getting the news written.
George Bork wills his athletic ability to Junior Hable with the understanding that he will use it.
Ella Hallet wills her ability to work in an office to Doris Elton hoping she can get a position also.
(The above items were sent to me by Peter Rywalski, email@example.com.)
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