Clipped From The Eldora Herald-Ledger
C. W. C. Donald Swa- R. Hanson, F. Patterson, C. Weiden. Nine Rural Pupils Gted as Scholars ; Awards Presented at Graduation Program Â·:- Scholarship awards were presented presented to nine pupils at Hardin county rural eighth grade graduation graduation exercises here Thursday .afternoon. .afternoon. The honors were announced announced by M. Z. Albers, superintendent, Marvin Carpenter of Ellis No. 2 school won the first-place scholarship pin for leading rural eighth grade pupils of the in the state-tests. Jack Dickenson and Peggy Estes of the Gifford school tied for second while Barnes, also of Gifford, won third-place award. Winning "I" letters as the pupils in the "L Q." tests in the .order they ranked: Carpenter and Jack Dickenson, tied- for first; Peggy Estes; Barnes; William Klemme, Alden No.- 7; Arnold Tjelta, Concord 7; Marilyn Nolle, Ellis No. 2, Julia Clingerman, Jackson No. (tied); and Chester Hoverstein, Alden No. 2. Marilyn Nolte was given recognition recognition as the only pupil to a 100 per- cent grade in the spelling exams. She placed third in the county contest.