Class Will and Testament
We, the united members of class 1986-87, willingly and freely hand down our cherished possessions to the undergraduates who will be serving for a year or more our dear Alma Mater.
To our beloved Alma Mater, which has nurtured us for four long years of struggle, we pour our warm and heartfelt thanks. You will always be a part of our success. We will do our best to give you honor and glory. Your portals will continually remind us of the joys of our youth, cheer us in times of sorrows, and imprint in us fruitful experiences to make us better individuals.
To our dear teachers, who instilled in us the importance of acquiring knowledge so we may tread life’s journey with confidence and determination to do better in our chosen field of endeavor, we express our deep and sincere gratitude.
To our Principal, Mr. Epifanio Pajares; Assistant Principal, Miss Ester Tabujara; Senior Class Adviser, Miss Ma. Rosario Perocho; CAT I commandant Lt. Dante Gustilo; BSP Coordinator, Mr. Nelson Poyogao; the Reflector Adviser, Mrs. Nelia Panhilason; SAO Adviser, Mrs. Lourdes Severino; Department Heads, Guidance Counsellors, Club Advisers, School Physician, School Nurse, Administrative Staff, Security Guards, and school keepers, we extend our profound appreciation for the effort of making us upright citizens of the land.
To the future journalists and staff, we hand down to you our school paper, The Reflector. May you continue its publication with full dedication.
To the lower years, we leave our beloved Alma Mater: the library and its materials, the social hall, the busy administration office and its telephones, the spacious and leaky quadrangle, the “hard-to-find” clinic, the cute BSP/GSP Headquarters, the CAT-I office, the lunch counter, the autographed walls, the vocational shops, the newly-built drinking fountain, the basketball court, playgrounds, classrooms, and the place officially defined as the “maintain silence”. We hope you can benefit from these and cherish these as much as we.
To the Juniors, especially the “gifted” ones, we offer you our individual talents:
Ruth Diesto and Roselle Bernaje’s academic excellence to Jessette Mission and Georgette Teddy; Ramir Mendoza’s SAO presidency to Errol Parpa; Sergio Dote’s CAT Corp Commander blazing sword to Publio Plotena; Kenneth Habaradas’ editorial pen to Ana Concon Cordova; Cecilia Peroy’s computing ability to Rodney Carmona; Ramir Mendoza’s “know-how” in general information and spelling to June Vee Monteclaro; Edgardo Castro’s artistic ability to Noel Bimbo Apostol; Eugene Tibus’ oratorical piece to Errol Parpa; Madonna Urbanozo’s declamation talent to Sharon Sumicad; Leonides Arimas, Aljo Habaradas, Julie Ann Napallatan, Rodolfo “cookie” Elloso’s scientific craze to Reuben Sabig; Noel Sarcepuedes, Albert Nuevaorlanda, Jonathan Lobaton, Eugene Tibus and Kenneth Habaradas’ Scout skills to Jetty Tonogbanua, Edenborrough Hibionada, and Benjamin Juen; Mary Abbie Lyn Tan, Anna Liza Ledesma and Chona Villaluna’s Girl Scout uniforms to Jessette Mission; Ruth diesto’s effective habits to Georgette Teddy.
We leave you also our personal attributes:
Joyce Vargas’ simplicity and poise to Mercy Grace Vargas; Manuel Palomar and Alan Antivola’s golden voices to Rizali Garcia; Kathleen Genito’s “wac-a-wac” mouth to Loreto Mendoza; Pio Catalonia’s never ending smile to June Vee Monteclaro and Minerva Moneva; Leonides Arimas’ sexy moustache to Jetty Tonogbanua; Eduard Gonzales and Edgardo Castro’s handsome features to Errol Parpa and Noel Bimbo Apostol; Julie Ann Napallatan and Junallie Fuentebella’s pocketbook fever to Bernadine Canieso and Editha Pelaez; Winnie Rose Sollorin and Lorelie Yap’s Coke-in-Bottle bodies to Monday Rafael; Madonna Urbanozo’s rosy cheeks to Mae Tedoco; SHerman Fuentebella’s and Arlene Magbanua’s sense of humor to Noel Bimbo Apostol and Edenborrough Hibionada; Marces Gayat and Isaiah Ojoylan’s badminton swings to Katherine June Malunes and Monday Rafael; Nelson Dumayhag, Sherman Fuentebella and Wilfredo Granada’s ping-pong racquets to Peter John Fuentebella; Mae Flor Pavillar’s motherly ways to Ana Concon Cordova; Leonides Arimas and Kristina Verdadero’s long and “winding” love to Benedict Kuey and Sharod Sumicad, and Reuben Sabig and June Vee Monteclaro; Jimmy Sabig’s weird attitude to Rodney Carmona; Casper Porlas’ speedy baseball bat to Eric Fernandez; Elmer Cabiles’ black beauty to Collier Sayo; Arlene Martinez’ porky body to Glen Montealegre; Roger Cordova, Elizabeth de Leon, Kristina Verdadero and Kinnah Majarucon’s chicken pox scars to Rodney Carmona; Bonifacio Sepico and Roger Castillo’s dancing shoes to Sayo and Benjamin Juen; and the whirled Pen Spinners emblem of the Seniors to all the Juniors.
We, the members of the outgoing class, do hereby declare this class will and testament approved.
ABRAHAM KENNETH HABARADAS
as printed in The Reflector Class ‘87