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PAGE EIGHT THE ROCKLAND COUNTY TIME8. HAVERSTRAW, W. T.. JUNE M, 1#52 Tomkins Cove Daniel Tomkins jr received six ol the eight prizes awarded Mon ­ day night at the graduation of the Tomkins Cove school eighth grade and shared another with his classmate, Robert Bulson, the salutatorian. Young Tomkins was valedictorian of the class, which had three girls and live boys. Daniel received the Board of Education prize for efficiency; the Parent-Teacher Association prize lor highest Regents average; the William L. Bulson prize lor high ­ est mark in Regents (100 per cent in mathematics); the Daniel Han- nigan Unit American Legion Aux- iiiary prize lor highest mark in American history (95 per cent); the Mrs. Wiiliam B. Hoke prize lor science, given in memory of the late Lt. William B. Hoke, and the Soiuri Brothers ’ prize lor mathe ­ matics. 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STORE \At the Bus Step\ 17 BROADWAY HAverstraw 9-5562 prize given by Daniel Tomkins sr, president of the Board ol Educa ­ tion, for cooperation, attitude and perseverance in school life. The speaker for the graduation was Miss Margaret A. O ’ Neill, di ­ rector of the department of phy ­ sical therapy at the New York State Rehabilitation Hospital, West Haverstraw. Robert Bulson spoke on “ Our A. B. C. ’ s, ” and the theme of the valedictory was “ What America Stands For. ” An essay, “Soldier- Statesman, ” was read by Kenneth Stuber. The program included sel­ ections by the school chorus, di ­ rected by Bruce Robinson, and a woodwind trio playing a Spanish folk tune, “In the Plaza. ” The trio comprised Daniel Tomkins jr, Ro ­ bert Bulson and Richard Goet- schius. Mrs. Rose E. Kenney, principal of the school, presented the class and the prizes, and the diplomas were awarded by Mr. Tomkins. The Rev. Joseph Smith, assistant pastor of the Roman Catholic par ­ ishes of Stony Point, gave the in ­ vocation and the benediction. The graduates were Robert Bul ­ son, Richard Goetschius, Rita June, Edward Martin, Helen Rist, Ken ­ neth Stuber, Daniel Tomkins jr, and June Ann Woodmansee. The class colors were green and white, and the class motto was “ Today Decides Tomorrow ’ . ’ Grassy Point Eight graduates received their diplomas Friday night at the grad ­ uation of the Grassy Point School. Merlin DeGroat was valedictorian and the salutatorian was Anne Pic- ariello. Their diplomas 'were pre ­ sented by Mrs. Frank Lawless, clerk of the district. The prizes awarded were as fol­ lows, Gurran Oil Company prize for highest average fot eight years (boy), Merlin DeGroat; Gurran Oil Company prize for highest average for eight years (girl), Anne Picar- iello; Gurran Oil Company prize for highest mark in arithmetic, Mild­ red Palazzo; Gurran Oil Company prize for best reader, Anne Picar- iello; Also, Gurran Oil Company prize for penmanship, Mildred Palazzo; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawless prize for social studies, Roseanne Sch- ermerhorn; Raymond DuBois prize for English, Frances Kelly; Anna L. Clark Memorial Prize for spell ing, Merlin DeGroat; prize for the most cooperative boy, William Lewis; prize for the most coopera­ tive girl, Juanita Cloutier; prize for the pupil making the most progress during year, Robert Mulholland. The graduation was opened with the processional of the graduates and the singing of the national an ­ them by the assembly. The invo ­ cation was given by the Rt. Rev. Emmett F. Rogers, pastor of the Roman Catholic parishes of Stony Point, and was followed by the sal ­ utatory and songs by the class. Frances Kelly gave the class pro ­ phecy, and Mildred Palazzo sang Somewhere Over the Rainbow. ” Roseanne Scherhierhorn read the class will, and William Lewis sang Far Away Places. ” The valedic ­ tory, “ Little Red Schoolhouse, ” was followed by the presentation of the class, the prizes and diplomas by Mrs. Jeanette S. Newell, teacher- principal. The Rev. Joseph Smith closed the commencement with the benediction. The graduates were Frances Kel ­ ly, Anne Picariello, Roseanne Sch- ermerhorn, Mildred Palazzo, Juan ­ ita Cloutier, William Lewis, Merlin De Groat and Robert Mulholland, Frances Kelly was president of the class; Mildred Palazzo, vice-presi ­ dent and William Lewis, secre ­ tary-treasurer. The class colors were pink and white, the class flower was the pink rose, and the class motto was “ Ex ­ celsior! ” Mrs. Newell and the graduates thanked the mothers, especially Mrs. Arthur Cloutier, who decor ­ ated the hall, and also Msgr. Rog ­ ers and Father Smith for the use of the hall and for being present. Reunion in Korea • Cpl. Michael Critelli, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Critelli of Spring street, and Cpl. Richard D. McGowan, son of Mrs. Thomas J. McGowan of Bfoadway, are shown during a re-union in Korea, where both are serving with the First Marine Division. Friends since childhood, they are at different bases and this was their first meeting. The young Marines enlisted in March, 1951, and were stationed at Parris Island, S. C., and Camp Pendleton, Cal., before going over­ seas. Needless to say, the reunion was a happy occasion for both. Miss Audrey Shankey Bride in Arlington, Va., Of Charles R. Tornabene Miss Audrey Shankey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shankey of Arlington, Va., formerly of Hav ­ erstraw, was married Saturday to Mr. Charles Russell Tornabene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Torn ­ abene sr of Gary, Ind., in the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Arlington, at eleven oclock. A nuptial mass followed. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a white eyelet organdy gown made with a fitted bodice which buttoned down the back, and a tiered ruffle skirt. Her finger ­ tip veil was attached to a match ­ ing headpiece and she carried gladiolus. Miss Agnes Hauser of Washing ­ ton, D. C., was maid of honor. She wore a gown or orchid pique and carried orchid gladioluss The bridesmaids were the Misses Ger-, maine and Patricia Malley of West Haverstraw. They wore yellow pique, and carried yellow gladiolus. Mr. Charles Lyons of Gary, Ind., was best man. Ushers were the Messrs. Mel Thomas and Ed Svan- tagne of Gary. The bride was graduated from Haverstraw High School and Dum­ barton College of the Holy Cross, Washington, D. C., and has been teaching in Rosslyn, Va. Mr. Torn ­ abene attended schools in Gary, Ind., and is employed in Washing­ ton. While serving in the Army, he wrote for “ Stars and Stripes. ” After a reception for one hun ­ dred guests at the Congressional Country Club in Washington, the couple left for a trip to Cape Cod. Miss Joan Roche Wed Saturday in St. Peter ’ s To Raymond Ryan Miss Joan Roche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Roche of Thiells, was married to Mr. Ray ­ mond Ryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan of Elderbrook, N. Y., Saturday morning at eleven o ’ clock in St. Peter ’ s church. The Rev, John Dougherty performed the ceremony and was celebrant of the nuptial mass that followed. The Rt. Rev. Emmett F. Rogers and the Rev. Jo.seph Smith were pres ­ ent on the altar. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace made with a fitted bodice and full skirt. Her fingertip veil was caught to a cap of nylon tulle, and she car ­ ried a prayerbook adorned with white and pink roses. The bride ’ s sister, Miss Donna Roche, was maid of honor and the bridsmaids were the Misses Joan Vance of New York City and Mur ­ iel Ryan of Union City N. J., a sis ter of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Rita Mulvaney of Chicago, an ­ other sister of the bridegroom. Mr. Bernard Ryan was best man for his brother. Ushers were the Messrs. James Toner, David Lan ­ cer and James O ’ Connor of New York City. Mrs. Ryan was graduated from Haverstraw High School and at ­ tended State Teachers College, Plattsburg, N. Y., and Hunter Col ­ lege. Mr. Ryan attended high school in Plattsburg and was graduated this month from Manhattan Col ­ lege. He served with the Navy for three years. * A reception for 150 guests was held at the Lodge. After a wed ­ ding trip to Silver Lake in the Adirondacks, the couple will re ­ side in New York City. Miss Provenzano Wed To Victor Nardiello Miss Frances Provenzano, daugh ­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Proven ­ zano of Hewlett, L. I., was mar ­ ried to Mr. Victor Nardiello, son of Mrs. Peter Nardiello of Stony Point, and the late Mr. Nardiello, Sunday afternoon at five o ’ clock in St. Joseph ’ s church, Hewlett. The attendants were Miss Libby Provenzano, a sister of the bride, and Mr. Louis Nardiello, a brother of the bridegroom. The bride attended schools on Long Island and is employed as a bookkeeper in her father ’ s con­ tracting business. Mr. Nardiello was graduated from Haverstraw High School and has a barber shop in Stony Point. A reception for over 125 guests was held at the Valley Stream Park Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Nardiello will reside in Stony Point. Haverstraw Mrs. Ned Murphy and her grand ­ daughters, Mary Lou Gallagher and Carol Murphy, of Detroit, are spending a month in Haverstraw. Mrs. Joseph Ryan of Sharp street is visiting her son and his family in Youngstown, O. THIS full $500 lOAN SERVICE ^ permits you to combine existing bills into % L oan ..... in .....i place at 1 SMAIJLER MONTHLY PAYMENT Employer, friends or neighbors are not contacted. There is nothing done to embarrass ymi. PHONE • WRITE • VISIT UPSIATE 7 LOAtjeO.! Ue«n(c4 ’ P«nwnt w Artle>« IX q ( the Otnklnr Uv . teaUy lie,. • MS, (rMdmy Phenes 7-1 SSO NVACK | Closed Saturdays - Open Fridays ’ till 8:30 >t^»*******»»***t*t************* M **»***************************r SMART • STURDY • VTASHABLE ALL PURPOSE Girling Triplets Baptized in St. Peter ’ s The triplets born May 14 in Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, to Dr. and Mrs. George W. Girl ­ ing were christened Sunday .in St. Peter ’ s church by the Rev. John A. Dougherty, pastor. They were named George Wes ­ ley, Mary Catherine, and Patricia Agnes. Godparents were Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Sullivan, Paul Prendergast, Miss Statia Fay, and Dr. and Mrs. Rtobert T. Bennison of Amsterdam, N. Y. Mrs. Benni ­ son is the former Miss Patricia Girling. ^OSST JEAAIS 4.95 MRS. GELMAN RESIGNS The Board of Directors of the North Rockland Chamber of Com­ merce Tuesday night accepted the resignation of Mrs. Arthur Gel- man as secretary, effective July 7. Mrs. Golman has been secretary of the group for more than a year, and her work was praised by the directors. No. successor has been named as yet. MISS FEHSAL WINNER Miss Barbara Fehsal received the watch awarded to a member of this year ’ s Haverstraw High School graduating class by E. P. Vandenburgh, Inc. John Bell ol hiells received the watch lor the Elementary School. MISS ROCHE GRADUATED Miss Donna Marie Roche, daugh ­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Roche of Thiells, was among those who were graduated from St. Vincent ’ s Hospital School of Nursing last Thursday. The ceremony was held at St. Patrick ’ s Cathedral. Huge patch pockets front and bock. Stretchy elastic waist for easy comfort (no belt necessary). In longs and shorts, many with Hobby Joes (contrasting jackets). Perfect for ol) work, sports, ploy. Popular with everybody — tailored to 6t every size body I Worth looking over so — don't overlook them. Get YOUR Hobby Jeans today! ’ TTii, TOWN Men's Shop 9 NEW MAIN STREET HAverstraw 9-5818 t»**»***»»*»«*************»»****t4***»»»**»*»***9»**»»»****»***»rt Haverstraw . Wadsworth Mackey of Newburgh was a Sunday visitor in town. Mrs. William Drescher left this morning to spend two weeks with her husband at Syracuse, where he is playing baseball this year. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starbuck and Miss Joan Starbuck of Phil ­ adelphia were Haverstraw visitors today. They formerly lived on South Mountain road. Mr. and Mrs. John Reed of Bradford, N. Y., are Visiting the John F. McCabe home on Hudson avenue, Mrs. Reed is Mrs. Mc ­ Cabe ’ s sister. Sec the new Mohawk Bus Lines time table for more frequent trips to and from New York City. Fast, convenient schedule. See your lo­ cal agent. adv. B6-26 Mrs. Charles Blank of Westside avenue left Sunday by plane for Kansas City, Mo., to visit her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ascher. Joyce Kilmer General Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Colum­ bus of Rockland County, was rep ­ resented Sunday at a convention in New York City by Leo W. Brennan, John Courtney, and John Simko of Haverstraw, and Pat Campbell of Pearl River. Mrs. Rose Barbara and Mr. and Mrs. William Griffin and children of Hackensack are visiting Post ­ master Joseph Daly in Waukegan, 111 . Mrs. Chris O ’ Connell of Partition street received severe bumps and bruises Friday when she was knocked down by a car driven by Patrick , Walsh of Sharp street at Broadway and West Broad street. John, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben ­ nett Lathrop of Letchworth Vil­ lage, started the summer vacation off right. He fell two feet off a stepladder and sustained a com ­ pound fracture of the arm. Mr. and Mrs. John Novak of Westside avenue celebrated their second wedding anniversary Wed­ nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Roemmele and Mrs. Howard Smalling spent last week in Washington, D. C. On Saturday they atttended the Shankey-Tomabene wedding. TOMMY ’ S LUNCH 11 Main Street OPEN SinniAYS 7 A. M. — 2 P. M. 5-7 P. M. WEEKDAYS 6 A. M. - 7 P. M. New trip at 1:30 P. M. daily on Mohawk Coach Lines to New York. See your local agent for new schedule. B fl-26 Miss Mary Morrissey of Hudson avenue left Friday for California, where.she will join Miss Peggy Ducey of Prospect street for a tour through the West. 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