Honor roll with June (5th grade) and Alice (7th grade)

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Honor roll with June (5th grade) and Alice (7th grade) - -Ellsworth Urges "Fund to Restore Runs of...
-Ellsworth Urges "Fund to Restore Runs of Salmon VVASFHNGTON, Fob. 4. (IP) Rpp. Ellworth (R.-Ore.) urged a House appropriiitlons itibcimimit-tee to provide $l,4!M,0UO for beginning rehabilitation of 6almun runs in the lower Columbia river In a statement to the group, Ellsworth said salmon products of the lower Columbia nave an annual wholesale value of $G,-OOU.OOO to $1(1,000,000. lie said dams already constructed on the Columbia were estimated to have reduced the salmon runs by as much as ten per cent. Construction of the AlcNary dam and other power and reclamation dams further up "the river, he declared, may in crease this figure to as much as 75 per cent. The rehabilitation program, he said, would clean up tne tributaries of the lower Columbia to make them suitable for fish life, so that salmon runs could be transferred from the upper river to the lower river. "Should the proposed dams destroy, partially or wholly, the runs on the upper Columbia," he said, "there will be at least some fishery resources remaining. If the lish protection in the upper river proven to lx- successful, then the development on the lower tributaries will supplement and enhance the value of the industry to the Pacific Northwest." High School Honor Roll at Oakland Lists Nineteen OAKLAND The first semes ter grades of the Oakland HU;h School placed 19 students on tin-honor roll. L0I4 Hancock, Grace Brinks, Alberta Hill. I'atrlcia Tut-hill and Mariiinna llakanson head the list with an averuije of one. Other students receiving an average of two or better are: Freshmen: Irene McKinney 1.5, PeKKy Peck 2, Richard Bovlngton 2, Frederick Thompson 2. Sopohomores: Mary Ruth Brinks, 1.2; Irma Daugherty, 1.25 Charity Allen, 1.75; lene Buckley, 1.75; Josephine Allen, 1.8; Margie Hathaway, 2; Marilyn Wi gner, 2. Juniors: Eleanor Starr, 1.25; Mildred Dauchcrty, 1.75; Luella Callahan, 1.75. Seniors: Frances Callahan, 2. The following grade pupils mane an average or i or better. First grade: Bonnie Carstensen, Maruhara Early, Carollce Johnson, Vicki Kohwer, Shirley Shew, Yvonne Stuwe, Sylvia Foy, Kent Copland, Stanley Davis, Billie Fuirate, Dwayne iliyley, Larry McCord. Jim Seehawer, Jan Smith, John Wilcox, Conrad Pax-ton. Second grade: Calvin Breed-love, Larry Turner, Nancy Dor-man, Judy GahrieUon, Betty Goar, Wilma Schamehorn, Sher ry Che.dey, Lavon Cranford, Gilbert McLeod, Kenneth Jones, No el Pcrrault, Harvey Callahan, Gordon Ferguson, Donnie Cota, Marilyn Bcattie, Daiiene Cox, Dale Cole, Sydney Getty, Audrey r ugate, Larry Baud, and trnest Brown. Third grade: Esther Brinks, Darlene Cota, Judy Edwards, Jean Hewett, Judy Hewett, Glad ys Howell, Barbara Kader, Paul ine Wells, Robert Cunningham. Fourth grade: Roger Breed-love, Jack Coult, Clayton Goar, Ronald Johnson, Jim Powell, Carl ton Rice. James Kellum, Arlene Balrd, Jessie Cantwell, Carol Clark, Delia Michael, Shirley Hall, Barbara Hedhurg, Virginia Johnson, Nadine Miller, Julia Kendall. Fifth grade: Theodore Adams, Orval Allen, Chester Anderson, Jack Green, Gay Anderson, Elva Danven, Alia Gildersleeve, Elea nor Howell, Charlene Moore and June Spencer. Sixth grade: Don Powell, Mona Gildersleeve, Norma Wilcox, Shiny Pcrrault, Sharon Gabriel-sun, Hiiothy Biouniun, and Clc-ta Miller. Seventh grade: Palsy leading, Carmen Cingcade, Belly Habcock Lyle Rucroft, Kenneth Henry, pavld Brinks, and Alice Spencer. Eighth grade: Nlta McKinney, Forbes Gildersleeve, Robeana Bailey, and Florence Brinks. California's miles lung. seacoast is 1,264

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  2. 05 Feb 1948, Thu,
  3. Page 10

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