School: Spencer High School (Honor Students - 1948)
Contact: Linda Ewen
Surnames: Drews, Griepentrog,
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 05/06/1948
S. H. S. High Honor Students
Patricia Drews and Eunice Griepentrog rank highest in scholastically in this years Spencer High School graduating class. Both girls are not only graduating with outstanding scholastic records, but both have been very active in all phases of their school life.
Patricia Drews, Valedictorian, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Drews Route 3, Marshfield. She completed her elementary training in the Cameron School, Town of Spencer, before coming to Spencer High School. Patricia has been in the band, glee club, F.H.A., and girls’ athletics throughout her four years in high school. She has been president of her class during her Sophomore and Senior years. This year she is the editor of the school news and has served on the staff for three years as well as the annual staff. She has taken part in class plays the last two years, and forensics, the first three years.
Eunice Greipentrog, Salutatorian is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Greipentrog of Spencer. She attended the Spencer Public School before entering high school. She, too, has been in the band, girls’ glee club, girls’ athletics and F.H.A. throughout her four years of high school and served as secretary of F.H.A. her Senior year. She is president of the Library Club and assistant editor of the school annual this year. Eunice is Vice-President of her class and served as secretary during her Sophomore year. She is also on the staff of the school news.
Spencer High School is especially proud of these two girls not only because of the high quality of work that [sic] did in the classroom but also because of their varied extra curricular activities which have figured so much in the successful history of their class.
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