Baker Junior High School
As the final act of departure from Baker, members of
the 9th graduating class of '59-'60
bequeathed the following:
Kathy Shive leaves all the erasers Mr. Pine and
class have thrown at her to Leroy Click.
Mary Ann Mellenbruch wills her "severe" case of
hay fever to Earl Hagn, along with her
favorite saying, "does anybody have a Kleenex."
Barbara Carroll leaves her ability to be
thoroughly confused to Frances Weise.
Butch Spalding leaves his address book to Scotty
Moore in hopes that he will carry on this worthwhile chore. (Follow-up:
Still a player in his AHS senior year, Butch was the
escort for Almarie Magnuson at the citywide DE Club Sweetheart contest)
Bobby Dollar leaves his last name to Scotty
Moore to spend in some way.
Bo Rothchild wills all his left over spitwads to
the trash can.
Source: Baker Junior High yearbook
Our Baker, we love thee
With hearts that are true,
Our school in its glory,
We're loyal to you.
Your courage the greatest,
Your spirit, your might,
May you in your victory,
Be the guiding light.
For Ever and Ever,
We love your green and white.