1954 Denece Johanson earns scholoarship. Provo Daily Herald, 6 June, p. 22
Merle Custer, Provo; Peter A. DaParma, Newark, N. J.; Bruce T. Dyer, Portland; Lee R. Edwards, Edwards, Las Vegas, Nev.; Weston E. Edwards, Provo; Norman W. Ellertson, Provo; James K. For- Garth L. Tingey, Springville. Herman L. Twede, Payson; Gerrit H. Van Vliet Jr., Los Angeles; Angeles; Louis B. Vorwaller. Lake City, Fla.; Ted L. Weight, Provo, and Alma M. Wilson, Provo. Prep Speech Experts Gain BYU Scholarship Awards Ten high school students from four western states have been singled out by Brigham Young University for scholarships or achievement awards because of outstanding forensic work in their respective areas. The forensic scholarships will go to June Louise Peterson, Nyssa, Ore., and Janette Mercer, American Fork. Eight other stu- School'District Plans Free Music Lessons SPRINGVILLE — Through the sponsorship of the Nebo School District free musical instruction for both advanced and beginner instrumentalists will again be given at Springville High School during the summer months, it was announced today. Registration for the classes will take place Monday and Tuesday Tuesday in the Art building from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Classes will be under the direction of Harmon Hatch and George Puckett of the school music faculty. dents will receive achievement awards and an invitation to participate participate on the BYU forensic squad. Those students in line for achievement awards are Patsey Jean White, Mesa, Ariz; Jarrett Anderson, BY High School; Janet Vivian Wilkinson, Lincoln High School, Orem; Emalie Adamson, Jordan High School; Shelly Long, Las Vegas, Nev.; Paula Ann Deline, Deline, Logan High School; Denece Johanson. Jordan High School; and R. Kent Evans, North Sanpete Sanpete High School. June Louise Peterson, one of scholarship winners, ranked fifth in a graduating class of 61 seniors at Nyssa High School, Nyssa, Ore. She was president of the girls league, and was second in the "Voice of Democracy" contest contest in her county. The other scholarship winner, Janette Mercer Mercer of American Fork, won first place and received a superior rating at the 1954 State High School debate meet. Students who qualified for the achievement awards also had enviable enviable high school forensic records. records.