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More Than in Senior Class
Announced Members of
Honor Society.
Three hundred and thirty-eight stu
dents at Western High School re
ceived diplomas from Dr. Elmer S.
Newton, principal, at final exercises
More than 30 of the graduates
• were announced members of the Phi
Beta Rho Honor Society.
Richard Etter Green delivered the
address of welcome and Jane Emer
son Denton gave the valedictory.
Dr. Newton announced awards and
was assisted by Robert S. Anderson,
assistant principal, and Mrs. Bertha
v A. Y. Werthner in awarding the
a diplomas.
Robert A. Maurer, vice president
of the Board of Education, presided
and music was by the high school
orchestra under the direction of Don
P. McAdoo.
uraauates are:
Albin, Martorie E. Adams, John Clause!
Alleman. Elizabeth Arnold. Robert D
Allen. Constance O N Austin. Russell Leroy
Baesgen, Josephine M. Baldridge. Jewett A
Barlow, Joanne Ballard, John A. jr.
Barlow. Lots E. Barker. Charles R.
, Barlow. Mary E. Beckner. M L. jr
Barringer, Elizabeth Bell. Thomas William
Barringer. Nancy L. Benedict. Charles C.
Barsigian. Flora M. Benitez. Louts Eugene
Beck. Viola Mildred Benson, Rex Ricardo
Beckham. Lois C. Boggs. James Reeves
Bell, Betty Anne Borden. H R.
Bell. Helen Marie Botsford, N. L.. jr.
Bleth. Margaret L. Brabson. Kimberly
Botsford. Sara C. Brandstetter, J. W
Brainerd Edith Branthover. John W.
Brooks. Helen E Bratton. Richard J
Brooks. Margie L. Broadbent. E W„ 1r.
Brown. Helen R Brown, James R., Jr.
Bull. Elizabeth L. Brown. L M„ jr.
Burgess. Mary P Bull, Richard Terry
Butler. Mariorie L. Byrne. Robert Guy
Byrd Ruletta Agnes Carlin. Charles C.. Ill
Byrnes, Merriam M. Clark. Lyman Ernest
Carroll. Alyce Conklin. C B jr.
Carter. Virginia L. Cox. William Joseph
* Clark Frances A. Craven. William H.
Cleveland. Martory L. Crockett. James W.
Conklin. Doris E. Cuniberti. Mario
Cooper. Caroline J. Dalby, Kenneth B.
Couden. Mary P. Davis. David Walter
Currier, Doris May R>ck. P*ul
Darby. Ruth Rodge. Henley N.
Demond. Phyllis E. Donaldson. T. Q . IV
Denton. Jane E. Dorman. Wayne E.
Dick. Mary Ann Rownie, John J.
Dmitrieff. Olga Ruryee. Joseph B.
Dubrow Marsha E. Du Vail. Jacttue Beall
Eanes. Mary Ella Ellis, Paul Halstead
Ducey. Jane W. Englehart. Gordon K.
Farlev Ruth English. Donald W.
Farauliar. Lydia H. Evans. Vernon, jr.
Fletcher. Margie L. Fisher. James Milton
Fosdick. Georgia A. Fleming Clifford N.
Funkhouser. Jov Flores. Eugene
Gammon. Natalie H. Freithaler. Carl
. . Gautier. Mary H. Rainey Daniel F
^ Giles. Alice Joan Oerlach. Le Roy c.
Gilkes. Eileen E. Rerns. W. H.. jr.
Gordon. Harrietie C. Rordon. Thomas C.
Gordon Louise D. Gordon. John W.
Goucher. Mary D. Rreen. Richard Etter
Graddick. Tillie E. Griswold. Russell
’ Guilfoyle. Virginia Ruest. Frank B.
Hancock. Clarice E. ffalluin. William Ord
Haney. Jewell J. Hammaek. Charles
Hardesty. Mildred E. {jege. Jerry Collins
Harris. Dorolhy G. Herron. Paul Martin
-- Harris. Martha K. Hill. Frederick Landis
Hickey. Anne Lee Holcomb. F M • >r
Hodge. Betty Lou Hosford. Robert C.
Hooper. Betsy Lee Huling. John William
Hopkins. Mary Elia Hummer. Wilbur F.
!Iorak. Elizabeth F. Huseman .Charles N.
luling. Anna May ;?,iesla.s' Manuel F.
ngersoll. Alice Jean Iv',s. Joseph S.. jr
ngles. Mary Osborn Janoschka. R. C . Ill
rwin. Marv Lynn B. McM.
saacson. Ida H. Jeschke. R H jr.
Sherwood Vesta J. •J°jley. Richard S
Jory. Aneita McC. Julian. Archie Leyton
Joseph. Emilie Anne Kermnell. Charles K.
Kemp. Dorothy B. 5 Edward R.
Kengla. Mary L. E ng. Monroe Dee
Kent. Eleanor Clark £ , William Ivan
Kerber. Nancy Ann Kinsel. James Nelson
Kerbey. Josephine C. v?Jn9n £ .
Keyworth. Joyce Koontz. Clyde Rush
Knight. Jane L. 5r,er5' v,ch^rLes Hinry
Ladd. Louise B. t hV Robfrt r„
Lamb. Nellie Dadd. Jonathan F.
Lamborn. Ruth B. Dan^ Arthur
Langley. Mary F r n,Rar
Leigh. Louise May Kacb- D*oyd D„ jr.
Lever. Marian t
ft Long. Helen Faye DitUehales, James H.
I.vnrh Florence R. Loan. Roy Wm . 1r.
Malone. Helen Jane ^lliard. Jr.
Maltby. Elizabeth C. ky„n*J1a21’ Richard L
Mann. Marjorie M. s
Matheson. Helen M. Ho?ard J'
May. Elizabeth B X lh '*n John Lee
Mayton. Betty Pearls mtyfleldh r° f” tr
McHenry**' Ann*V EJ. *5'
Meniz Caroline T. McSlure Robert D.
Mey. Janet Elizabeth McLachlen* "p8 K<
Miller" Fences M** McLeSd! RobT R. Jr.
Monttomery CMary A. ^affe, w C.. Jr.
Moyle. Marie MlllerPrV«™ n,,v.
Ohler *Lr»c, M.‘v MUHn^rton H W?k*
ParkhiU Helen K MiicheU*1'™^W Jr
Partridge. Barbara A. v~- * *T‘
Patterson. D. Mae MurDhv^Fdwarii v
Patton, Genevieve ? V
pennebaker. Mary R. vaai^„ jp
Perkins, Parthena ftessefl wmLz T
-- Peters. Ruth E. Nikiason niin n' L'
Pfahler. Lucy G. ft 5 !“?• £°anntDw
?i;Vmme'r.“y Y' Oak'fey^Amiu^Jo’hn
Polatty. Margaret M. oertV]' George C Jr
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RaSsdeUMRuth JC.' ^"d^ClS,
Ramseyer. Barbara PoSle RRhard '
Rapp. Eleanor L Rec nos Adrian tr
Renrmr11 \tvr?fp" L ' W?' C '
Renner. Myrtle L. Riddick frnrHnn >/
Reynolds. Eleanor 3. Rosenfeld FrankM'
k Sa°yfor elThomas E.
Risle>. Dorothy K. Segovia Santiacn
Rogers, Dorothy A. shansey. Terry*0
M Rowell. Marguerite N. ghaw p p ir
Rubie. Mildred J. Silverthorn. M^ H . Jr.
Badler. Elizabeth J. Smith. Blackstone
Sandberg. Helen E. Smith. James E.
Sanders. Mary L. Smith. Jeffrey
Schafer Vivian V L.Sm,,h Robert w
Schmidt, Helen Jane Snodgrass. 8ilas H.
Eeaford. Jean C. Stafford. Peary D
Shearer, Wave E sianton. Leonard P.
Shearer. Ruth V Steinberg. Alvin
Shepley. Dixie Bell Stovall. Harry E.
Shorter. Ada Marie Sullivan. JoseDh B.
Sherier. Anne Marie Swanson. Wm W
Shuddle, Helen L. Swiller. Milton
Skinker. Jean Hawes Swingle. John Wm.
Smith, Barbara E. Tansey. Hubert E
Smith. Catherine V. Tavlor. Victor V . Jr
Smith. Dorothy E. Tennyson. F L
Smith, George Ann Thompson. J R.
Snead. Margaret G. Thompson. R K
j Sowders. Alice Wade Valaer. Chas, W.
Spearman. Sara P. Van Hoose. Wade
Speissegger, E. O Weiss. Henry S.
Sperry. Gretchen E. White. Elwood B
apooner. K. L Wickert. John H.
Standfield. M. C. Wilson. Samuel B.
Starr. Beverly Wright. Herbert H.
Stone. Janet L. Wrieht. Robert S.
Tall. Ellen B. Wilkinson. V. N.
Tehaan. Evelyn M. Willhoit. E.-V. B.
Tennyson. Edna G. Williams. Gladys W.
Timberlake. W. H. Willingham. Doris J.
Totty. Martha J Wilson. Bettv C.
Tydings. Elizabeth L. Wilson. Margaret A.
Vaughn. Evans Wolstencroft. A. E
Wzrtsworth. Emmy L. Yalom. Lsador David
Wedderburn. J. A. Zercher. Elizabeth L.
West. Madeline E. Znhv. Genevieve V.
Whitaker. K. M. Zellers. John T.. Jr.
Whitesell. Marie F. Zimermann. R. G.
Whitley, Bettie J.
Haiti Fights Boll Weevil.
Haiti is fighting the boll weevil to
keep it from the central plain, the
most important cotton section.
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Curbed, Credit
Given ‘Schools’
By the Associated Press.
Secret Service Chief P. J. Wilson
today credited his New York "coun
terfeiting schools” with reducing to a
record low amount the spurious money
in circulation.
The Secret Service recently sent
agents to instruct New York store
keepers in the detection of counter
feit money. In May the counterfeit
notes seized In that city dropped to
$8,625, compared with $15,047 in the
same month last year.
"We probably have succeeded in
flushing some of the passers of coun
terfeit money Into the smaller cities,
where they are more readily appre
hended,” Chief Wilson said. “Now we
are laying plans for similar cam
paigns in other cities.”
New Becord Is Established in
Horseshoe Palis.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y„ June 23 —
It was still winter in Niagara gorge to
day. Ice lingered near Horseshoe
Falls, establishing a new record for
longevity of gorge ice.
The ice was a remnant of the worst
ice jam in 30 years last winter. The
longest any ice lasted during a pre
vious season was June 20, 1921.
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Pittsburgh Publishers Continue
Negotiations to End Labor
By the Associated Press.
PITTSBURGH, June 23.—News
hungry steel city residents, denied
local afternoon newspapers for a week
because of a strike, scooped up today
all the reading material they could
get from newsstands and street haw
While negotiations continued in an
effort to end a strike of business office
workers which caused the Sun-Tele
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morning Post-Gazette and out-of
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The Post-Qasette, unaffected by the
strike, announced the day it started
that it expected to operate normally
and would not print any papers "In
excess of its usual demand.” It also
asked its advertisers to "limit their
copy to their customary schedules.”
In some cases, it was impossible to
obtain papers unless they were re
served. Crowds gathered around
street corners waiting for early edi
tions last night and they were grabbed
up In short order.
Last Sunday, the elty went without
local papers for the first time in 100
years. Two days previously, one hotel
newsstand reported the normal Sunday
supply of out-of-town papers had
been reserved.
A conference of publishers, union
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$10,000 in cash prizes
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* 607 14th STREET N. W.
It’s No Surprise That
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If constipation has you bogged
down so you feel tired, sunk, all
played out—it’s time you asked
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What have you had to eat
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potatoes? It’s no surprise you’re
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•’bulk" doesn’t mean a lot of food.
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tines and helps a bowel move
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leaden and mediator* adjourned early
today after a five-hour session and ar
ranged to meet again this afternoon.
A spokesman for the publishers aald
there would be no statement regarding
progress of negotiations because of
agreement with State and Federal
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