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Page 140 text:
Thank- y nu!
SALUTAR STAFF, in the name of
Senior call of 1926, takes this opportun-
'ity ofexpressing its appreciation and thanks
for the loyal co-operation and cheerful assistance
of all. To the class editors, Marian Fickas, Vernie
Mae Baker, Arthur O'Keefe and Agnes Marie
Christian, and to Leslie Brown, cartoonist, we feel
particularly indebted. Had it not been for the will-
ing efforts of other classes this book would never
have been presented, and we wish to acknowledge
that they have contributed much toward making
the Salutar what it is. The work of Miss Dossey
and Mr. Pierce deserves especial mention, as it
represents a large gift of both time and labor. The
Salutar is primarily a corps expression, and we wish
and 5hope that all will feel this, despite the fact that
to the Senior class is entrusted its editing.
Page 139 text:
QHH. 5. 65- 5111212111 Qiilnnnr.-5
IVE juniors were elected to the Nloberly Chapter of
the National Honor Society at the last of the second
Semester. They were Arthur Gutekunst, Sudie Sal-
laivay, Billie Burrell, Velma Thompson and Mary Barns.
'T his was the first group of Juniors to be elected. There were
fifteen students of the Senior class who were active members.
The Moberly Chapter of the National Honor Society was
organized in 1923 and to be a member is the highest honor
attainable in High School. The members are chosen by the
faculty. They must be in the upper fourth of the class in
scholarship. Leadership, Character, Scholarship, Service are
the constructive points according to which they are chosen.
Ten per cent of the Senior class of '27 may be admitted to the
society next year. r -
The Senior boy receiving the highest grades during his
last year of High School was Duis Bolinger. He received
the honor of having his name engraved on the Beta Phi Sigma
silver loving cup.
Richard Chamier was given a five dollar gold piece by
the Moberly Chapter of the D.A.R. for making the highest
grades in American History. g
Members of athletic teams are awarded school letters and
service stripes. -
The person with the highest grade averages for their
four years High School work is named valedictorian. Duis
Bolinger was valedictorian of the class of '26 and Fonda Noel
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