School: Owen-Withee H.S. Valedictorian/Salutatorian (1968)
Surnames: Carlson, Milliren
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 11 Apr 1968
Valedictorian of the Owen-Withee High School Class of 1968 is Miss Theodora Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carlson of route 1, Curtiss (Clark Co., Wis.). She will graduate with a grade point average of 2.833. This is based on a perfect "A" average being 3.000.
During her four years of high school Miss Carlson has carried at least five subjects each year. This school years she has carried six subjects. All of her credits have been in college preparatory work.
Theodora has been active in many aspects of school life. She has been a good student and a fine school citizen as well. She has been an ardent Pep Club members. She is a charter member of the Owen-Withee chapter of the National Honor Society. She has been active as a member of the French Club and as a member of the Future Homemakers of America.
As valedictorian, Theodora will be the recipient of the Readers Digest Valedictory Award. The faculty of the Owen-Withee High School have voted her to be one of four students to receive an Honors Scholarship, awarded by the state of Wisconsin to Attend the University of Wisconsin.
Salutatorian of the class is Miss Priscilla Milliren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Milliren of route 1, Withee. She will graduate with a grade point average of 2.795. Priscilla has followed the college preparatory track in high school. She has carried four or five subjects each year. This years she carried five.
Priscilla has been active in student affairs in school. She has been in the GAA all four years. She has been in dramatics and forensics. She is a charter member of the Owen-Withee chapter of the National Honor Society. She has been active in music, singing in chorus and the Trubadores.
Priscilla has been voted one of four students from Owen-Withee to receive the Honor Scholarship to attend college in the fall.
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