Jean Eliceche recognized for National Education Development Testing performance
Memorialites Get Many Top Awards By Sue Cribari way, Mary Ellen Donohoe, JJV k^iit V^l II-/CH 1 " **J I Â»Â·-*Â»Â· j It is a good time tor win- Jean Eliceche, Susan Gam- ning prizes on the San Joa- son Mary Leon, Marilyn Moquin Moquin Memorial High School Cauley, Helen McGehee, camous Dorothy Millter, Tina Mus- IJrry Vollman, SJM.soph- ^hio.PhyJlis PUton, K^ren Sawaske omore, won a national con-' test sponsored by a sports magazine in which he described described why he liked a certain certain suit fabric. His prize was an ail ex- uinn, Kathy lyn Rogers, June and Ann Whalen. ' Victor Gill, a transfer student, student, is the sophomore who scored over 90 per cent. The penses'paid trip for him and other boy Certificate hoki- his father to the Pro Bowl ers are: DaimmBourez Al Seu'm ^ L Â° S AD8eleS wtllTaT^arS Â·HST seven Memorial Lauri, John Neudecker Ken- freshmen and one sophomore neth Oliver, Ernest Smith, transfer student merited cer- Joseph Tobm Gary Wolfram tificates from the Scholastic We hngton Wong, TTMTM* Testing Service for their Wright and George Ynbar- scores on the National Edu- ren. Charleen Wenig, SJM senior, senior, has been named Memorial's Memorial's Homemaker Of Tomorrow Tomorrow for 1965 in a contest contest sponsored by a national The freshman girls who baking company She scored won the certificates are: highest in a -'"" exami- cational Development Test. Certificates were awarded to' students whose composite score was in the 90 percen- body Â«am Janice Janice Austin, Patricia Bal- nation taken by all mterest- estra, Suzanne Bazar, Chris ed senior girls. ^"'C a r p 'e n l7TSSfr . Her.. test ^ V** TMÂ« in the Con- The winner and is S/iow Comedy YYiOfi t~Q I TYK^fll The a $l~50o' and $500 scholarship scholarship grants, respectively. The state winner will be given a chance to raise her scholarship to $5,000 by win- the governmental, medical, ning the national compett- Â»J m i x y ^ x v - i,*.^, O * , ' *-' and - b u s i n e s s and industrial tion. J _ TTI_ --. A M.Â«*.'wn.vÂ« *-Â· syv ^PÂ«Â«n i rt _ TTVi fields."The" Apprentice.Train- This contest has been con- able jto attend ing Program also will be ex- FHS senior Linda Ara- ticipated in the competition. kelian, coeditor of the stu rep- dent newspaper, was award- ed first place in the Dave will Clark Five interview contest San Joaquin's boys will attend attend the first of three days O f recollection on campus a n day Thursday.