Tim Merkel poster contest
JERSE.Y SHORE--Four Walnut: Street School pupils and one Broad Street School student were winners In the Lycoming County, Health Poster Contest, sponsored; by the County Medical Associa-; lion- I compensation Instead of Posters were entered in the contest last Spring and were dis-| played and Judged at Williams-'to Jersey Shore Pupils - Win Poster Contest port. Third ward school winners all entered in the group of from first to sixth grades. They are: Carol Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Larson, of i ' 1503 Allegheny Street; who won first prize of $3; Joanne Crist,, daughter of Mr. and~Mrs. Charles! Crut, of 336 Oliver Street, see- orrd prize winner, receiving $2; Sally Thornton, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Clarence M. Thornton, 13R Maple Street, and Timothy Merkel, son of" Mr. and Mrs. inond Merkel, of 302 Oak Street, were both t h i r d prize with an award of $1. Misj Helen Heck supervised work from this school. . The winning poster from Broad' Street School wag included in those of group two, from grades! six to twelve, and was entered Harry Heeler, son of Mr. and Harry Keeler, of 307 Washington 0 Avenue. He received $2 as a prize award. 1764 is acceptable T h e s e prize-winning entries were later displayed in the state HeaIth*Poster Contest at Pitts- burgh.