Ramsey, Alice, 8th grade honored in Columbus.
covered GIRL HONORED ACCURATE ^lice Ramsey, student in eighth grade of Warsaw high school, was honored at a meeting in-Memorial 'Hall, Columbus, Saturday, when she was awarded a certificate for high ranking in the recent Boxwell examinations. Gov. John W. Bricker was principal speaker at the meeting and E. N. Dietrich of the state department of education also spoke. Musical numbers were given by the Ohio State A Cappella choir. Miss Ramsey's grade of 178 out a possible 200 placed her in The upper one percent in the state. Â· She was accompanied to Columbus by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Ramsey, and and Alice Ramsey. Three other Warsaw students received honorable mention and will receive county certificates of awards. They are Miss Janice Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnston, Forest Dean Donaldson, son of Mr. and Mr.-j. Russell Donaldson, and Clarence Hebron, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Hebron. Kenneth Darr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Darr, was among the upper 25 percent in the stitte. THKEE