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VIKINI5 HUNIIH STUDENTS
W. H. S. honor students for 1944 are Dorothy Merriam,
Lucien Barbour, Elizabeth Evans, Betty Easterday, Lorita Hig-
ginbottom, and Mary Ellen Paton.
These students were selected by the seniors and faculty
on the basis of qualities of leadership, participation in various
activities, dependability, scholarship, and personality.
Honor students presented the Commencement exercises
LUCIEN BARBOUR-Alpha, president of Alpha society,
captain of the basketball team, member of Hi-Y cabinet, cast
in plays, 1943 state tennis singles champion and favorite for
'44, Iunior Rotarian for two years, scholarship representative,
Boys State, sports editor of the "Orac1e."
MARY ELLEN PATON-Alpha, Girl Reserve reporter, six
years honored by Business and Professional Women's Club
for outstanding scholarship, member post-war discussion group
of Social Science department, bookkeeper in charge of student
activity tickets, awards in shorthand, accounting, typing.
DOROTHY MERRIAM-Die Beste, concertmaster and
soloist with orchestra, string quartet, quintet, service chair-
man of Girl Reserves, associate editor of the "Orac1e," secre-
tary of the senior class, B. P. W. representative, scholarship
representative, accomplished violinist.
ELIZABETH EVANS-Philo, president of Girl Reserves,
member of band, orchestra, theater orchestra, won honors
in art, voice and piano, scholarship, forensics cast in eight
plays, editor of the "Oracle," B. P. W. representative.
BETTY EASTERDAY-Philo, keeper of memory book in
Girl Reserves, orchestra, a cappella choir, theater orchestra,
vice-president of the student council, president of Scribblers'
Club, scholarship and B. P. W., represented the school in violin
LORITA HIGGINBOTTOM-Alpha, treasurer of Girl Re-
serves, orchestra, head twirler with the band, won honors in
scholarship, art and block print contests, first in local Rosetti
Club contest in design.”