Clipped From The Evening Independent
46 Students At Washington High To Take Final Tests Forty-six students who will represent Washington high school in finals of the annual district-state scholarship contests of the state department department of education were announced today fay officials of the school. They are the students who made the highest grades in tests in 17 different subjects given at the school Thursday. They will take :ests in subjects in which they qualified at the finals scheduled for Saturday, May 1, at Akron university. Their test papers from the finals ivill be sent to Columbus for grad- ng and for rating along with sapers of other students who will ,ake the final tests at a number of universities and throughout the stale. colleges Students who make the highest grades in their respective subjects n the state and in the various districts districts of the state will be awarded certificates. * -* * WASHINGTON HIGH students ,vho qualified for the finals, with their names listed in order of placement, are: English 10. Shirley Elaine Wagler, Wagler, Mary Kathleen Barthelemy and Katherine Elaine Adams. English 11, Howard H. Lentner, Virginia Chantes and Lester S. ash. English 12, James Arden Pahlau, Vtaxine Hyde and Marilyn Ann Fasnacht. Latin 1, John Thomas Price. Latin 2, Marion Harrison. French 1, Virginia Chantes, Louis Paskoff and Donald P. Ber- fitr. French 2, Ruth Ellen Weirich and Frances Evelyn Wanamaker. Spanish 1, Nancy Jean Khoenle, Jacqueline Marie Ortiz and Frances Mae Blacka. Spanish 2, Harriet Ann Rowlands, Rowlands, Mary Katherine Robinson and Richard Thomas Grant. American history, Roy Kaufman, Richard Lutz and Kenneth Campbell. Campbell. World history, Davies Graybill, James A. Krisher and Marie Ringley. Ringley. Bookkeeping, Jean Elizabeth Marshall, Beth Vattos and Carol Heimann. Algebra 11, Irwin Andrew Lohr, James Stuart Rila and Gerald Kent. Plane geometry, Marion Harrison, Harrison, John Thomas Price and Sam' uel Richard Evans. Chemistry, William K. Krisher, Darrell Moorhead and Frank Fischer. Physics, John Beach, Richard Thomas Grant and David Watson Ulrich. Biology, John Tracy Mansfield, Donald Willis Shilling and Gordon Gordon Hamenkf.