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SPRING OF 1962 WE CREATED A WILL
and Published it in the LION'S ROAR

Kenny Agnew: All the cigarettes
down by the fence to Mr. Monger.

Jack Allen: I will my ability to
Dianne Deffner to cut classes and get
away with it.

Julie Anderson: To Tina Nagai all
my used tubes of oil paint and extra
brownie points earned in library dis­
play work.

Jan Aitken: I will my brother, who
will be a sophomore, the ability to
stay out of Mr. Bush's way. To all un­
derclassmen-this neat s c h 0 0 l!
(Irony) (Irony)

Dennis Askew: I hereby won't
will! I didn't get much out of this
school but I'm keeping it all.

Keith Austin: My seat in Mrs.
Berk's Algebra II class to any poor
slob who is foolish enough to want it.

Mike Atkins: A year's supply of
Metracal to Mr. Manners and Dr. Mon­
ger.

Robert Archer: I will Mr. Bush one
faculty polio shot.

Brent Bailey: I will my green pol­
ka-dot pajamas to Jim Dawson along
with one ukelele pick; I will one bot-
ttle of Trumpet valve oil to Dave
Weed.

Bob Barry: I will a pair of Head
Victors and my wine skin to Steve
Bailey.

Marge Barnes: I will to Chris Uj­
laky all the fun she can have at the
U.S.A.F.A. next year. My I.D. to all
those who have borrowed it.

Mike Barnes: I will all senior activi­
ties, senior week to the cancellation
and forbidding committee as they al­
ready have most of it.

George Beason: All of my cheat
sheets to Alexis (she will need them
when she is a senior).

Charlene Beittel: I will my trum­
pet to Mr. Engelhardt to use as an in­
spiration on next year's students.

Jack Bicknell: I will all my used
cigarettes to my brother. All my used
C.C. notes to any Junior that could
decipher what I wrote.

Fermor Black: I will my Subversive
literature to Mr. Gentile; brilliant
challenging attitude to Mr. Engel­
hardt; charming "horse laugh" to Mr.
Chance,

Bob Bogner: I will the best luck
for Littleton High and to the teach­
ers.

Jack Bicknell: I will all my used
cigarettes to my brother. All my used
C.C. notes to any Junior thut could
decipher what I wrote.

Steve Branch: I will my illustrious
date with Cherry to Jim Jacobson and
any dates hereafter he so desires
with the above named. I will my ten­
nis playing ability to Mr. Gilder­
sleeve or Dave Jackson-c-whoever
wants it.

Ed Borgerding: I will one paddle
to Tom Mansfield found in my lock­
er. There is quite a large storage
charge to be paid before it will be
returned.

AI Bridges: I will success in Engel­
hardt's and Grohe's classes to the un­
fortunates. I will this word of good
tennis playing ability to Mr. Gilder­
sleeve or Dave Jackson-whoever
wants it.

Walt Brown: I will my height to
anyone under 3' tall; my used crepe
moustaches to Shelly Garrison; .my
average to anyone who can't do any
better.

Judi Case: My outstanding ability
to do my senior thesis the night be­
fore it's due to next year's seniors,
and my holey gym socks to any gym
assistant.

Charles Cardarelle: To Miss Clark
all of my chewing gum.

Luraye Chapman: I will my posi­
tion in front of the teacher's desk in
four out of 6 of my classes to anyone
who wants it.

Mike Chenault: Brad Louthan my
combat boots; Don Feller my diplo­
ma; and all my notes to "Big D." My
corvette to Lynn Hunter.

William Clark: The use of their
building to future students.

Lawrence Stump Cleavelin: To Lar­
ry Dion all the beer we had. To Pam
Weidlein my life.

Mark Cook: I will tho lop of Cor­
ona Pass and the airplane still up
there to any rescue patrolman who
wants it.

Bev Crew: I will my brother to Mr.
Dines for the football team next
year. I will the fun Gil and I have
had in my senior year to Cathy and
Steve.

Dan Christian: I hereby bequeathe
my locker to whoever can get the
lock off the coat hooks, and Mr.
Jacques to those "lucky" juniors.

George Crosby: I will a full year in
a teacher's room with this teacher
- having a kind, thoughtful and loving
heart; our dear Mr. Engelhardt to
deserving Carol Stephens.

Larry Culp: I will all my old saph­
ires along with my pool cue to John
Borden, the most deserving sucker
around.

Mark Cook: I will the top of Cor­
ona Pass and the airplane still up
there to any rescue patrolman who
wants it.

Bev Crew: I will my brother to Mr.
Dines for the football team next
year. I will the fun Gil and I have
had in my senior year to Cathy and
Steve.

Dan Christian: I hereby bequeathe
my locker to whoever can get the
lock off the coat hooks, and Mr •
Jacques to those "lucky" juniors.

George Crosby: I will a full year in
a teacher's room with this teacher
. having a kind, thoughtful and loving
heart; our dear Mr. Engelhardt to
deserving Carol Stephens.

Larry Culp: I will all myoid saph­
ires along with my pool cue to John
Borden, the most deserving sucker
around.

Genie Daggett: I, Genie Daggett, do
hereby will my inability to draw to
Kathy Bennison and the fun I've had
to aU underclassmen.

Diane Dawson: I, Diane Dawson,
will all the editorials from the Den­
ver Post to Mr. Engelhardt, who tried
so hard to motivate us.

Fred Dawson: Nothing. It's all too
good to give away.

Bill Davis: I will to Major Morley
my study hall seat in 212 and to Mr.
Botkin, my red bible. Hi-Rose Marie.

Malissa Davis: I will our "tradition"
to Lois Brown; my French, chemistry
and C.C. grades to Ruth Miller, if she
wants them.

Linda DeMoss: I will my ability to
go steady for a year and three months
to Jessie DeMoss.

James Devine: I will (gladly) my
entire set of teachers to the junior
class. (Have fun!)

Larry Dion: I will nothing because
I just made it myself and have noth­
ing left.

Doug Diercks: I will my ability to
sleep in C.C. to any senior stupid
enough to take it.

Suzanne Donkin: My ability to get
by with anything to Sherri Renz;
Science Club to the dogs; Spanish

Genie Daggett: I, Genie Daggett, do
hereby will my inability to draw to
Kathy Bennison and the fun I've had
to all underclassmen.

Diane Dawson: I, Diane Dawson,
will all the editorials from the Den­
ver Post to Mr. Engelhardt, who tried
so hard to motivate us.

Fred Dawson: Nothing. It's all too
good to give away.

Tom Daly: My cheerleading letter to
Carl Heckendorf, my wrestling knee
pads and sweat to Gary Hanson, a
diploma to Mr. Grohe and to Ellen
Mastin a course in psychology.

Carolyn Davenport: My rhinocer­
ous horn to Gary Williamson, all my
girl friends to Dave Divine, Mr. Cole
to Suzanne Donkin, and the Bow-Mar
fuzz to Jim Siegfried.

Eddie Dugan: To L.H.S. a better at­
titude toward its students and my
place in the locker room in sitting
tight on the bench and to have a good
life.

Bill Edwards: My ability to buy ap­
ples behind Mr. Botkins back in
Study Hall to Doug Neil.

Martin Easton: I will to some lucky
(?) junior my seat in Mrs. Vaughn's
second hour English V class.

Linda Elliot: A great year to Mr.

Monger, Mr. Gentile and Mr. Bush­
the hear no evil, see no evil, do no
evil boys.

Linda Elliot: A great yeart to Mr.
Monger, Mr. Gentile and to Mr. Bush
- see no evil, hear no evil, do no
evil Boys.

Lee A. Erb: I, Lee A. Erb, will Lin­
da and Jeanney as much T.P. that is
needed to do LHS; Jim Turpen, my
traffic tickets, and Pat W., my mem­
ories.

Jerry Falconetti: I will my beat-up
paperback books from C.C. to Mary;
the great time I had in C.C. to all
future Seniors; Jim Bohannon, /I
wand.

Bonnie Fine: I will all non-bonded
hydrogen atoms and all free wheel­
ing neutrons left in the school to the
junior and sophomore girls in chem­
istry class.

Janice Floyd: I will: Myoid note­
books to my sister, Carla, a sopho­
more next year. To all the teachers,
I will my sister. Lots of luck. You'll
need it.

Robert Foster: My excellent play­
ing ability in band to Ronny Plunkett,
and my ~lippery undented slide. to
Nick Bassett.

Jim Fry: To Mr. Magnuson my pea
shooter which he disliked very much,
Judy Fryrear: The junior class: old
B.R. tests, C.C. paperbacks, water
gun, "mad" and "playboy" magazines.

Cheri Lockey: My poetry-writing
ability; Judi Rice: good luck in jour­
nalism.

Linda Fuller: My ability to play
cupid for Anita and have a riot doing
it, to Sheryl. I also will my skeleton
of Clyde to Kathy.

Dianne Folderts: I will my driving
ability to Sue James on the condition
that she never drive up any telephone
poles again.

Anna Farmer: My C.C. notes and
seat in Mr. Englehardt's class to Marian,
my old passes to Mike Hanzlick. To Kay
and Cheryl all the good times I have had
in High School.

Lee A. Erb: I, Lee A. Erb, will Lin­
da and Jeanney as much T.P. that is
needed to do LHS; Jim Turpen, my
traffic tickets, and Pat W., my mem-
ories.

Sandy Frascati: I will to my sister
Andy a mantrap. to Miss McClure a
bag of sand, to Bob me, and to Shelly
Garrison a slice of Canadian bacon.

Jim French: My bike someone stole.
My books I don't need except my
Playboys and Hot Rod magazines to
Dean Northrup, and my fishing luck,
too.

Jerry Falconetti: I will my beat-up
paperback books from C.C. to Mary;
the great time I had in C.C. to all
future Seniors; Jim Bohannon, a
wand.

Bonnie Fine: I will all non-bonded
hydrogen atoms and all free wheel­
ing neutrons left in the school to the
junior and sophomore girls in chem­
istry class.

Janice Floyd: I will: My old note­
books to my sister, Carla, a sopho­
more next year. To all the teachers,
I will my sister. Lots of luck. You'll
need it.

Janice Floyd: 1 will to my sister
Carla, all my old papers and notebooks.
To All Teachers, my Sister. Good luck.
You'll need it.

Robert Foster: My excellent play­
ing ability in band to Ronny Plunkett,
and my Rlippery undented slide. to
Nick Bassett.

Jim Fry: To Mr. Magnuson my pea
shooter which he disliked very much.

Judy Fryrear: The junior class: old
B.R. tests, C.C. paperbacks, water
gun, "mad" and "playboy" magazines.

Sandy Frascati: I will to my sister
Andy a mantrap. to Miss McClure a
bag of sand, to Bob me, and to Shelly
Garrison a slice of Canadian bacon.

Jim French: My bike someone stole.
My books I don't need except my
Playboys and Hot Rod magazines to
Dean Northrup, and my fishing luck,
too.

Sharon Gafford: I will my share in Hawn,
Gafford, Garnes, Tiren Road Construction
and sign removal to Taffy Wendt.

Louise Gamboa: I will my name to
the next smallest senior girl.

Patty Garnes: I will my share in Hawn,
Gafford, Garnes, Tiren Road Construction
and sign removal to Taffy Wendt.

Paulette Gerety: To Lynelle Erwin another
year of bus rides, to Shelly Garrison
another musical, to Jimmy Dawson wet lips
and a slice of bogna and to Dee Grusin a
punch in the knees.

Joe Guderjohn: My racing slicks to Mr. Grohe,
my hypocycloid to Mr. Travis, my bagpipes
to next year's electronics students.

Mike Gunesch: I will my inconspicous few short
inches and devilish to affable Mrs. Vaughan.

Gary Guy: ,I Gary Guy, will C. Gore the
chuck hole on Littleton Blvd; to Joy, Liz,
Walt, and Doug. I will absolutely nothing.

John Gill: To Nixon and Brauht my ability
to stay out of Doc's office and my ability
to leave home at 7:56 and not be late.

Caron Gillispie: I will all the luck there
is to my Sister Susan Light, so she can
finish her education in Littleton High
School without any complications.

David Graham: I will to the teacher's lounge
one air filter, one year's subscription to
Lady Chaterley's Lover, and to George Gisin,
One vote.

Sharon Gafford: I will my share in Hawn,
Gafford, Garnes, Tiren Road Construction
and sign removal to Taffy Wendt.

Louise Gamboa: I will my name to
the next smallest senior girl.

Patty Garnes: I will my share in Hawn,
Gafford, Garnes, Tiren Road Construction
and sign removal to Taffy Wendt.

Paulette Gerety: To Lynelle Erwin another
year of bus rides, to Shelly Garrison
another musical, to Jimmy Dawson wet lips
and a slice of bogna and to Dee Grusin a
punch in the knees.

Joe Guderjohn: My racing slicks to Mr. Grohe,
my hypocycloid to Mr. Travis, my bagpipes
to next year's electronics students.

Mike Gunesch: I will my inconspicous few short
inches and devilish to affable Mrs. Vaughan.

Gary Guy: ,I Gary Guy, will C. Gore the
chuck hole on Littleton Blvd; to Joy, Liz,
Walt, and Doug. I will absolutely nothing.

John Gill: To Nixon and Brauht my ability
to stay out of Doc's office and my ability
to leave home at 7:56 and not be late.

Caron Gillispie: I will all the luck there
is to my Sister Susan Light, so she can
finish her education in Littleton High
School without any complications.

David Graham: I will to the teacher's lounge
one air filter, one year's subscription to
Lady Chaterley's Lover, and to George Gisin,
One vote.

Terest Hansell: I will Judi Dolan
the presidency of the negative club
in hopes she will uphold the high
standards set in previous years.

Pat Hein: I will S. A. to Renay and
Janet, and my little brother to Mr.
Engelhardt. To Don and Dave I will
the popcorn popper.

Bill Hurt: 1 will the left front door
and left rear fender of my car to
Sam's on Lookout, and all my C. C.
notes to John Hrdlicka. (Good luck
next year, John).

Victor Henney: I will to Charla my
Topology notes and lef-over C.C. papers,
to my brother Mrs Benkleman, to Star
Voorheis my ability to keep my mouth shut.

Wade Hill: I will my R.O T. C manual
with the cut out center, intact with
water gun filled with perfume, to
Dr. Monger.

Mary Ann Husbands: I will to Pam Dines,
the pleasures of the whirl pool bath;
to Lush Powell my rebel yell; to Mike
Johnston, my top notch Student Council pin;
and to Ann Page, the enjoyment of future
LHS B Concerts.

Juanita Hendrickson: My C.C. notes to
Patty; mo good times to the next years's
seniors.

John Hagen: I will my new novel, The
School Administration and the Three Stooges,
to next year's senior class.

Anne Hellenga: To Ranna Ramsey my superior
ability in Latin. To Mr. Sink three extra
weeks of school to get the annual out.

Connie Hoffman: To Diane Cowing a good ear
for listening t someone's problems and schemes,
and to a qualifed senior next year a seat and
C.C. notes in 209.

Virginia Henne: I will to my sister Ruth my
seat in Mr. Manners C.C. class and all my gum
to Miss Dincler.

Phil Hicks: I will my water gun to Dr. Monger.

Martha Hauskey: I will all my share in the Hawn,
Gafford, Tiren, and Garnes Construction and Sign
Removal Co. to Taffy Wendt.

Kent Headlee: I will Garden Streight Jacket,
potent tranquilzers, Dilores' Lotus Pool,
"Fredauntoss"-- nine bloated jungle bunnies,
ten teething toads, seven trundling chimps.
"The Spastic Funzies" Max's "return" ticket.

Tito Howard: I will my collection of campaign
posters to Luther, and to a certain sophomore
blonde, my seemingly unique ability to smile.

Tom Henshall: I will all the good smelling
sulphur dioxide to next years's Chemistry students.

Lynn Hunter: I will any Junior or Sophomore
anything in this school that is bolted down.

John Hastings: I will everything to my self. I'll
need it next year when I'm a senor again.

Teresa Hansell: I will Judi Dolan the Presidency
of the negative club in hopes she will uhold the
high standards set in previous years.

Pat Hein: I will S.A. to Renay and Janet, and
my little brother to Mr. Englehardt. To Don
and Dave I will the popcorn popper.

Bill Hurt: I will the left front door and Left
rear fener of my car to Sam's on Lookout, and all
my C.C, notes to John Hrdlicka. (Good Luck next
year John.)

Victor Henney: I will to Charla my
topology notes and left-over C. C.
papers, to my brother, Mrs. Benkle­
man, to Star Voorheis my ability to
keep my mouth shut.

Wade Hill: I will my R.O.T.C. man­
ual with the cut out center, intact
with water gun filled with perfume,
to Dr. Monger.

Mary Ann Husbands: I will to Pam
Dines, the pleasures of the whirl pool
bath; to Lush Powell, my rebel yell;
to Mike Johnston, my top notch Stu­
dent Council pin; and to Ann Page,
the enjoyment of future LHS B con­
certs.

Terest Hansell: I will Judi Dolan
the presidency of the negative club
in hopes she will uphold the high
standards set in previous years.

Pat Hein: I will S. A. to Renay and
Janet, and my little brother to Mr.
Engelhardt. To Don and Dave I will
the popcorn popper.

Bill Hurt: 1 will the left front door
and left rear fender of my car to
Sam's on Lookout, and all my C. C.
notes to John Hrdlicka. (Good luck
next year, John).

Victor Henney: I will to Charla my Topology
notes and lef-over C.C. papers, to my brother
Mrs Benkleman, to Star Voorheis my ability to
keep my mouth shut.

Wade Hill: I will my R.O T. C manual wiht the
cut out center, intact with water gun filled
with perfume, to Dr. Monger.

Mary Ann Husbands: I will to Pam Dines, the
pleasures of th ewhirl pool bath; to Lush Powell
my rebel yell; to Mike Johynston, my top notch
Student Council pin; and to Ann Page, the enjoyment
of future LHS B Concerts.

Juanita Hendrickson: My C.C. notes to Patty; more
good times to the next years's seniors.

John Hagen: I will my new novel, The School
Administration and the Three Stoges, to next
year's senior class.

Anne Hellenga: To Ranna Ramsey my superior
ability in Latin. To Mr. Sink three extra weeks
of school to get the annual out.

Connie Hoffman: To Diane Cowing a good ear for
listening t someone's problems and schemes, and to
a qualifed senior next year a seat a nd C.C. notes
in 209.

Virginia Henne: I will to my sister Ruth my seat
in Mr. Manners C.C. class and all my gum
to Miss Dincler.

Phil Hicks: I will my water gun to Dr. Monger.

Martha Hauskey: I will all my share in the Hawn,
Gafford, Tiren, and Garnes Construction and Sign
Removal Co. to Taffy Wendt.

Kent Headlee: I will Garden Streight Jacket, potent
tranquilzers, Dilores' Lotus Pool, "Fredauntoss"--
nine bloated jungle bunnies, ten teething toads,
seven trundling chimps. "The Spastic Funzies"
Max's "return" ticket.

Tito Howard: I will my collection of campaign
posters to Luther, and to a certain sophomore blonde,
my seemingly unique ability to smile.

Tom Henshall: I will all the good smelling sulphur
dioxide to next years's Chemistry students.

Victor Henney: I will to Charla my
topology notes and left-over C. C.
papers, to my brother, Mrs. Benkle­
man, to Star Voorheis my ability to
keep my mouth shut.

Wade Hill: I will my R.O.T.C. man­
ual with the cut out center, intact
with water gun filled with perfume,
to Dr. Monger.

Mary Ann Husbands: I will to Pam
Dines, the pleasures of the whirl pool
bath; to Lush Powell, my rebel yell;
to Mike Johnston, my top notch Stu­
dent Council pin; and to Ann Page,
the enjoyment of future LHS B con­
certs.

Lynn Hunter: I will any Junior or Sophomore
anything in this school that is bolted down.

John Hastings: I will everything to my self. I'll
need it next year when I'm a senor again.

Teresa Hansell: I will Judi Dolan the Presidency
of the negative club in hopes she will uhold the
high standards set in previous years.

Pat Hein: I will S.A. to Renay and Janet, and
my little brother to Mr. Englehardt. To Don an Dave
I will the popcorn popper.

Bill Hurt: I will the left front door and Left
rear fener of my car to Sam's on Lookout, and all
my C.C, notes to John Hrdlicka. (Good Luck next
year John.)

Jeff Jacobson: The class of "63" some good woodsies,
better than we had.

Johnny Johnson: A pipe wrench to Mr. Rupel to fix
her water faucets. All my C.C. notes to Sherrie
McCabe, when she becomes a Senor

Jim James: All my loveable C. C. assignments and
books to Russ Stowell and Bill Rosser, my goofed up
faulty lab equipment and Mr. Grohe's jokes to
Vicki Hershberger.

Tom Jackson: Cherry back ot Steve with Dee-Dee as
as an added bonus; also I will Mike Garner better luck
with Barbara and to Tom Gassaway my ability to catch
pop flies. To Keith Mendia a pair of track shoes
and to Mr. Veach, I will Luther.
May they be happy together.

Jeff Jacobsen: The class of "63"
some good woodsies, better than we
had.

Johnny Johnson: A pipe wrench to
Mrs. Rupel to fix her water faucets.
And all my C. C. notes to Sherrie Mc­
Cabe, when she becomes a Senior.

Jim James: All my love able C. C.
assignments and books Russ Stowell
and Bill Rosser, my goofed up faulty
lab equipment and Mr. Grohe's jokes
to Vicki Hershberger.

Tom Jackson: I will if they will let
me, but I doubt it. I also will Sherry
to Bob and a good jeep to Francis.

Jim Jacobson: Cherry back to Steve
with Dee-Dee as an added bonus; also
I will Mike Garner better luck with
Barbara and to Tom Gassaway my
ability to catch pop flies. To Keith
Mendia a pair of track shoes and to
Mr. Veach, I will Luther. May they
be happy together.

Mary Kassler: I will my English
notebooks to Kay.

Grey Keinsley: To Byron Miller
all my .A:s in C. C.

Kurt Kopfer: T 0 Tom Fria my
bunch of sour grapes; to Coach Kohl
my political moves; to the syntopti­
con my great ideas.

Pat Kotinek: To Sharon Caro, a
Frenchless senior year, to !tick Haw­
kins, invisible bumpers, and to Lor­
rayne Gutman, half the heartaches
and double the joys that I had.

Hanna Kreissl: I will my German
accent to Karin Offik, who needs it
desperately. 1 will the entire Nazi
army to Dudley Roland.

Charles Kenny: 1 will all the luck
in the world to the poor lucky juniors
who will fare next years kind C. C.
teachers.

Lynn Kravitz: I will all the help mr. Fey
has given me in basic engineering drawing
so that somebody else will have the good luck
and poor grades that I have had.

Pat Knighton: Mr. Jackques a lost and
and found box for his car.

Karen Kuny: The Worlds problems in the History
department and all my problems to the psychology
department.

Karen Karns: I will Dottie Kilgore L.H.S. and
all it's pro9blems.

Kay Kauzlerich: To George Spillsbury, I will a
petal of my rose and a bite of my Baby Ruth.

John Lytle: I will my guitar to " toad", my bag pipes
to next year's electronics class. my double rannastran
to Mr. Whiting, my Chemistry parety hats to
Luther Rumplewitt.

Karen Lasley: I will to Eddie, glue for his knobs, to
Frank a new corvette, to Sue a 48 black impala
containing a Roger, and to Ronnie, Me.

Mike Lombardi: I will leave all teh mops to Kenny Agnew.

Jeanie Lowell: I will the Two idiots with all their
Bink T. B. bows to all girls who hate boys.

Jack LaRock: I will my inability to run the 880
to John Decker and my ability to keep a messy locker to
Vicki Hershberger, although she really doesn't need it.

Gerry Laman: I, Gerry Laman,
hereby will my 105 1/10 hour's de­
tention to Ronnie Warfield.

Sharon Lay: I will luck and good
fortune to all graduating seniors. I,
Sharon Lay, being of sound mind,
will my C. C. notes to Ruth Kendall.

Russ Lexa: I will all my good for­
tune in English to Neil Roberts.

Sandy Lang: I will, to ~ary Anne
Douthit, my ability to get out of study
hall; and to all underclassmen lots of
luck-they'll need it!

Bill Lueders: I will?

Betti Lind: I will Nancy Phipps my
old majorette boots, Mr. Engelhardt
my jangling bracelets, Jessie De Moss,
my ability not to get caught in the
White Spot.

Luther: Three Tasmanian Devils
and the reminants of P. E. 109 to
Stanley. Also, to Mr. Veaehe the
downstairs water pipe leading to the
drinking faucet.

Cheri Lockey: My poetry-writing ability;
Judi Rice: good luck in journalism.

Nancy Mann: I will my ability to
ditch Mr. Bush, and all the canteens
I attended to Patty and Judy. Lastly
I will the school to anyone who will
have it.

Janet Manzke: To sophomores, tear
gas for next years float.

Pam Moench: 1 will to Cindy Pow­
ers: All her conceited air and the
rage for popularity she can hold. To
Vivian White: get mature over the
summer.

Harry Montgomery: 1 will to Virgil
Lueck my place to warm the bench.
And to my underclassmen the ability
to be last out of the locker room.

Nancy Mann: I will my ability to
ditch Mr. Bush, and all the canteens
I attended to Patty and Judy. Lastly
I will the school to anyone who will
have it.

John Nagely: 1 will to Mr. Travis
the jolly and unique Jim Burridge
and to ex-coach Dines one gross of
red scrimmage vests.

Judy Nichter: I will to Ron J. my
uncanny abilities as a horseman and
my crafts class (including the ele­
phant and Miss Lanergan). To Dick
P., another Senior year.

John Nagel: I will to the junior
class many happy hours of somnolent
study, a year's supply of midnight
oil, and a candle burning at both ends.

Linda Nauman: To my sister Judy all the fun
and Happiness possible in her high school
years at L.H.S.

Richard Northrup: To Mother Haggerty all
the cut golf balls and divots on the golf
course, also five empty milk cartons and
three empty lunch sacks.

Lee Nickels: I will my study habits and pillow
to Jerry Sullivan, and all the good times I
enloyed to Carol, who shared all of them with me.

Steve Oelke: My scholarship to Harvard to Donnie
Teller, My C. C. notes to any Junior who gets
Mr. Englehardt. My great love of C.C. to upcoming
seniors.

Lynne Olsen: I, Lynn Olsen, will
the battle cry of "unprepared" to any­
one who will be taking English IV
next year.

Joe Oman: I, .Joe Oman, being of
sound mind and body will my boots
to Dee, and will leave.

Kenny Ottersberg: To all Juniors a
hope that they will take Seniority to
the greatest extent and that they will
respect their responsibilities. I will
to Mr. Bush a pair of shoes and Mike
Honey a bigger pair of shoes.

Thelma Parker: .Jackie Moody to
Allen Cordingley, To Mr. Bush the
ability to ditch, and get away with it.

Jerry Pifer: I, Jerry Pifer, will: to
Carol West, . a four-year's supply of
wallets; to Sue Swanson, a turtle­
neck sweater; to Tammy Vaughn,
Norman; to Gary Randall, back-seat
familiarity.

Steve Pilkington: To Mr. Sink a
bag of cashew nuts to eat during 4th
period study hall. My ability to talk
out of turn in C.C. class and get by
with it I will to all incoming juniors.

Dale Parker: My smacking seat in
the student lounge to Dennis Braught.
And my V. J. and C.C. to anyone man
enough to drink it.

Jerry Peek: My accumulatlon .
of brownie points back to Mr. Engel­
hardt from whence they came so that
some bright, handsome senior can
use them next year.

Carol Peterson: To any upcoming
office practice girl the ability to try
to smile at Mr. Bush.

Steve Pickett: I will Mike Atkins
lawn to Carol Yeargain.

Ray Purinton: My superior ability
to paint and play the piano to those
underpriviledged juniors and sopho­
that of any senior.

Carol Peterson: To any upcoming
office practice girl the ability to try
lo smile at Mr. Bush.

Bonnie Plunkett: I will: try to for­
get that I ever saw this Senior Will.
I strain my brain enough on school
work without having to try to think
of some lame- brain idea to put down
as this hairy will.

Susan Pulley: "Flute Tresco" to
next year's f1uter. "Better Luke."

Bob Paul: All my smarts to them
that needs 'em.

Kathy Pope: My ability to win de­
bates to the future debate members
of the Forensic Club.

Soni Panzer: My fabulous musical
talent, jokes, Miss Dincler to Jim
Dawson: my ability to get along with
parents to Carole Stephens; driving
ability to Denny Dudgeon.

Sandy Phillips: I will: To Suzy, all
my C.C. notes; to Ray, me; to Linda,
my ability to ditch sixth hour; to Jim
all my jokes; to Ronnie my handkerchief.

Gary Randall: To Terry Rathbun,
nefarious nurd and ground grund for
her treasure chest. To Jerry Pifer,
R-R-R-R-R, B.L.P., L.L.P. and Myrtle.
To next year's seniors, you-know­
who's spring fashions.

Cindi Reed: I, Cindi Reed, will to
Kenny McLeod, an admirable charac­
ter, my drama notes; and a few new
lines; To Tom Fria, all the bread
sticks he can eat; and to next year's
newspaper staff, a deficit of $5,000.

Denny Rethmeier: To the incoming
president all the headaches, troubles,
problems, responsibilities, successes,
failures, work, and most of all, the
fun and personal satisfaction (and
unsatisfaction!) of being student body
president.

Virginia Riggs: Lynne Mier all my
C.C. notes so she can graduate next
year. And I will Carol Gurney all my
cooking skills.

Dudley Roland: Marty Kopatich my
sick joke book for Cross-Country and
track. I will Ted Strong any girl he
wants and Sandy Hicky, well she
knows.

Milton Ross: All my forensic ability
to Mike Moran, "Goldwater in 64"
buttons to Mr. Englehardt and stu­
dent council to F. Black. YEA F.A.W.

John Roeseber: To Janice Gardner
all my C.C. lecture notes.

Nadine Ricks: To Susan James all
of my old peanut butter cup wrappers and
to Dennis Dudgeon all of ghe good times
I've had at L.H.S.

John Rogers: My half penny can locker to
Pam Booth, it's more her size.

Virginia Riggs: Lynne Mier all my
C.C .. notes so she can graduate next
year. And I will Carol Gurney all my
cooking skills.

Dudley Roland: Marty Kopatich my
sick joke book for Cross-Country and
track. I will Ted Strong any girl he
wants and Sandy Hicky, well she
knows.

Milton Ross: All my forensic ability
to Mike Moran, "Goldwater in 64"
buttons to Mr. Englehardt and stu­
dent council to F. Black. YEA F.A.W.

John Roeseber: To Janice Gardner
all my C.C. lecture notes.

Chuck Stoner: I will the second
parking space, center row, left, west
lot, to anyone foolish enough to want
it.

Dowell Stewart: My seat in Mr.
Botkin's class to any unfortunate soul
who is unlucky enough to receive
it. 1 will my place on the wrestling
team to Ronnie Goodman who likes
to smell armpits.

Dave Stidman: I, Dave Stidman,
will to La Donna Reynolds all future
typing, to Ellen Mastin, a senior
frown, to G. Komanski, a brand "X"
record, to Sue Hoy a new street.

Carol Stockham: I, Carol Stockham,
being of sound mind, will to Jean
Rigsby one 1948, green Chevrolet,
plus a brand new tie to hold the door
shut.

T. R. Strong: My Chevy to Judy
Jones and my Playboys to Mr. Eng­
lehardt, and my flower garden to
Mrs. Vaughn.

Mary Kay Sullivan: I will many
happy days of fun to Frank Hill. To
my brother Jerry, Steve Hinrich and
Bobby Ellison I will lots of luck on
the football team.

Sue Sundine: To my Lionette sister
Lucy Powell, pom-poms, an empty shelf,
sore muscles, and a sister for next year
like the one I had this year.

Bob Sammon.: I wlll my J()CI1 horu
to a certain blond.e, since it is esscn­
tial to her favorite sport. I also will
try to postpone my will.

Richard Shockley: I will my name
"Squizi" to Mr. Botkin; and 40 M.P.H.
of my Ford's speed to Jim Burridge;
finally, my good disposition to Dr.
Monger.

Sue Sandburg: I will acquaintances
at the DU business college to Sandy
Swanson, to La Donna Reynolds all
lef-over, worn out C.C .. notes.

Suzanne Smith: I will Kent (the
Bug), Joey, and Dick a three day
party with no chaperones; Sandy
Frascoti a free trip to the dentist;
those in the Out group In.

Bob Seymour: I will all my C.C.
notes to Rick, my chair in band to
the first one who grabs it, and Brent
Bailey to whoever is worthy of it.

Kent Swarts: Bury it. "You can't
take it with you."

Susan Swanson: To John Johnson
and Bill Maraggos the police reports
concerning their activities.

Don Sell: I will that I will give
everything I own this year to one
special person and a special some­
thing for the office.

Sandy Swanson: I, Sandy Swanson,
will my ability to catch frogs and
D.U. juniors to Sue Sandburg, and to
Genie Daggett many fun days at
Hastings.

Randy Smith: I, Randy A. Smith do
will to John Borden my grungy con­
go drum, and to Endsley, my purple
and gold water-wings.

Sheri Segobiano: My ability to
ditch classes and not get caught to
Cathy Vail. And I also will my ability
to laugh without crying to Jesse
DeMoss.

Sue Strickland: I will to Sherie my
journalism labs, to Ken my ability
to forgive and forget, to Kit my
grades and innocence, and to Mrs.
Fichthorn my thanks.

Donna Stewart: To Denise Lattin,
Anita Wolff and Pam Paynter, a fun
district meeting next year. And to
Gail Spencer, another 4th hour study
hall.

Bob Sammons: I will my jeep horn
to a certain blonde, since it is essen­
tial to her favorite sport. I also will
try to postpone my will.

Richard Shockley: I will my name
"Squizl" to Mr. Botkin; and 40 M.P.H.
of my Ford's speed to Jim Burridge;
finally, my good disposition to Dr.
Monger.

Sue Sandburg: I will acquaintances
at the DU business college to Sandy
Swanson, to La Donna Reynolds all
lef-over, worn out C.C .. notes.

Suzanne Smith: I will Kent (the
Bug), Joey, and Dick a three day
party with no chaperones; Sandy
Frascoti a free trip to the dentist;
those in the Out group In.

Bob Seymour: I will all my C.C.
notes to Rick, my chair in band to
the first one who grabs it, and Brent
Bailey to whoever is worth of it.

Kent Swarts: Bury it "You can't take it
with you.

Dan Taylor: I will to all the stu­
dents of LHS my World War II gas
mask for use in the hall outside the
Faculty Lounge.

Pat Tracey: I will my scholastic
record to the next senior who de­
serves it.

Debbie Taylor: My capacity to stay
out of trouble to Virginia Brown and
Hermione and all her little snids to
Miss Clarke (Berta Lou).

Barbara Tiren: I will my share in
the Hawn, Gafford, Tiren and Garnes
road construction and sign removal
company to Taffy Wendt. I will
Southwood Society to Jamie Summer.

Sally Thomas: To Carl Heckendorf
all my abilities to be a Pest, to Ellen
Mastin my favorite Streetcar and a
wonderful senior year.

Maggie Tegtmeyer: The minutes
and a wonderful year's experience to
the next Student Body Secretary. To
my brother Scott 3 years of fWI at
LHS.

George Dale Thomas: I will Bill
Hines my outstanding athletic ability,
Bobby Ellison 5 dates with any girl of
his choice, Jerry Sullivan my good
marks and friendly relations with
teachers.

Dan Taylor: I will all the students of LHS
my World War II gas mask for use in the
hall outside the faculty lounge.

Pat Tracy: I will my scholastic record
to the next Senor who deserves it.

Debbie Taylor: My capacity to stay out of
trouble to Birginia Brown and Hermione and
all her little snids to Miss Clarke (Berta Lou).

Janice Viseness: I will Mr. Engle­
hardt to all . the juniors that are
lucky enough to get him.

Bernie Warfield: I will Mr. Bush a
big shrub for his lawn.

Vicki Watson: Gay Wangelin, all
the solutions to her problems'. Mrs.
Martin, her sophomore English class­
es on student government day. DeIUlY
Dudgeon, the headaches of junior
and senior year.

Linda Waugh: I will my fun of be­
ing a senior to Iggy, Charlotte All­
stetter and Marian Davis along with
loads of Good Luck. To next year's
senior treasurer - just Good Luck.
And to all the juniors next year,
"Have fun saying", "soph, Thumb
Ditty."

Kit Weed: My left-handed bat to
my right-handed brother in hopes that
he can get more hits than I got.

Karol Welch: To Judy Dolan my
fun job of selling ads and my kick­
ing ability. To my brother, my C.C.
notes and to Jan Williams my pig
skelton.

Carol West: All my futile efforts
in French to Ellen Hodgson; to JeiT}'
Pifer, a year's supply of Rosarlta
Frozen Mexican Dinners,

Rod White: I will be glad to get
out of this school.

Jeanne White: I will to Lynelle
Erwin, all of my Shorthand note­
books and lots of luck in the years
to come. (She'll need it.)

Terry Widdowson: Mr. Grohe to
my twin sisters. Maybe they will
"appreciate" him more than I did.

Sigrid Wischhusen: To Mr. Engle­
hardt all broken baby bottles which
I shall break in the future. To the
next senior class I will all the good
times I have had this year, including
senior privileges.

Nathan Wilson: My C.C. notes
(none) to any junior who wants them.

Janet Wilkins: To Barbara De Camp
all my Spanish homework and a
wonderful junior year. To Murial Archer
all my unmade-up hours of Detention Hall.

Bruce Wolf: I, Bruce Wolf, will my
ivy-league tie and wavey hair to Mr.
Chance, my squirt guns to Dr. Monger
and mby debate to Mr. Englehardt.

Chad Woolery: I will to Mr. Qualls
a new set of paint brushes.

Pam Weidlein: To all the boys on
buses 7 or 10, their songs, water
pistols; to Kay Eldridge, all her ro­
mantic problems; and to Ellen Mas·
tin, Mother's Day.

John Wilson: To Bill Wood all the
broken skies I can find and to a cer­
tain someone, all the Ace brandages
I can find for her.

Nathan Wilson: My C.C. notes
(none) to any junior who wants them.

Kit Weed: My left-handed bat to
my rlght-handed brother in hopes that
he can get more hils than I got.

Carol West: All my futile efforts
in French to Ellen Hodgson; to Jerry
Pifer, a year's supply of Rosarita
Frozen Mexican Dinners.

Bruce Wolf: I, Bruce Wolf, will my
ivy-league tie and wavey hair to Mr.
Chance, my squirt guns to Dr. Mon­
ger and my debate to Mr. Englehardt.

Janet Wilkins: To Barbara De
Camp all of my Spanish homework
and a wonderful junior year. To
Murial Archer all of my unmade-up
hours of Detention Hall.

Bill Yost: My ability to keep tennis
shoes for at least a week to my brother
Ray, and my great love for 2nd hour
chemistry to whoever else is a big liar.

 

     

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