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The Newark courier-gazette, the Marion enterprise. (Newark, N.Y.) 1941-1947, June 19, 1941, Image 3

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TELEPHONE 710 NEWAE& C O W !& ? < * A !& rfE NEWARK, N. Y. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1941 8TH GRADE (Continued from. Page One). Sc;ne III—Bolivar, and- Presi­ dent Monroe? Scene IV — South American Dances Act II—The Present «efi:e I — The Pan-American Union S c e n e EE—The Parade of Flags Act ill—The Future god BLESS AMERICA Reader's—Aet I Seene 1, Ven.-- eranda Zarola; Scene II—Doris M u rray; Scene III, Ehaora De- Bum, Scene IV, Kathleen Cri­ der Act II Scene 1, Virginia Aibaiiese; Seene H, Betty Chase. A.-t III Scene I, Doris Taylor. Chorus— lean Buck, .Kenneth Cir.ysler, Rose Coiacino; Geral­ dine DeMarco, Alphonse DePar- Mary DiSanto, Thelma Fo- naiiy. Kenneth? Follette, Ann Franklin, Ann, Grillo, Nadine H.)’.:.md. Joan Kelly, Betty Law- ;jn. Dorothy Lawton, George X.-ci'. Marilyn Pulver, Dorothy Ra-lnnond, Linwood Simmons,, Elaine Strobridge,. Betty Van c.i -el'. Alice Verdehem. Characters Act I Scene I—William Buck, Cheater Burditt, James Cera- volu. Mary Fischette, Herbert Jackin. Rose Marafloti, Rich* aid Monje, Lucy Tavano, Agnes' ' Walters, Marjorie Warner, Mary Zappt.r A. t I Scene II- Pizarro. Ber- r.ard Huntley; Pizarro’s Man— Wi;;..un Cole; Fizzaro,’s Soldiers, j Davis, Richard DeNagel. A-t I Scene III—Simon Boli­ var. Richard Akenhead; Presi- dent Monroe, Eugene Vande- mortel. Act I Scene IV—Spanish Dan­ cers, Jeanne Brightman, Direc­ tor: Madaline Beigj.amm,. Anna Buragina, Gea'aldjhie. Rurgett,i: Eleanor Clark-, Barbara David­ son Helen DeMSMteoy Barbara Foiiette, Betty -Eidahdr Lyman. Delores Mas.®®,, Kather­ ine Ross, Eleanor Ursano, Gladys Vollertsen, Lois Wi'nans. Ballet Dancers — Barbara Bloomer, Dolly De-Dee; Act II Scenes I and II— United States, Robert Smith; Argentina. Leonard Polakiewicz; Bolivia, Delmar Pelis; Brazil, Leland Powers: Chile, Richard Parks: Colombia!, Clayton Spade; Cuba, Donald Fisk; Costa Rica, Lyman Kaller;, Dominican Republic, Duane- Me- Cue. Ecuador, Donald Vander­ brook: El Salvador, Fra:n6fs Siler, Guatemala, Keith . Ket-, chain. Haiti, William Pelow; Honduras. Robert DeCausema- ker. Mexico. Robert VapHo-esen; Nicaragua. Albert Bailev; Para­ guay Heinz . MoEr;- Panama, Frank Palermo; Peru, Gerald Dennis; tftuguay, Edwin Stell; Venezuela, Carl Cornwell. Ac; III—Entire Cast. Overmre-‘The Bright Star” ........................ Bennett Junior Band Presentation of Prizes Mr. E. R. Woelfel Superintendent of Schools Pre.entation of Certificates Mrs T E. Elliott, President Board of Education Marc!-.—-Headway” . Bennett Junior Band Pianists — Miss Kathleen Crouch, Mrs. Henry Vary. Stage Director—Edwin Dailey. Flags—Miss Lana Morrison, Mrs Lucile McConnell, Miss Nina Hedden. Costumes—Miss Doris Crellin, Mis. Edith Tallman. - ' Following are the pupils- Who \’ill receive certificates; Richard IV. Akeahead, Virginia E. Al- banese. Albert F. Bailey, Mada­ line j Benjamin, Barbara S. Bloomer. Jeanne Brightman, in Brink. William E, Buck, Anna A Buragina, Chester D. Burditt. Geraldine R. Burgett, Edith N Case, Virginia E. Celso, Janes V. Ceravolo, Betty L. Chase. Eleanor L. Clark, William E Cole. Carl’ L. Cornwell, Kath- «en D. Crider, Edwin L- Dailey, Barbara A. Davidson, John M. rjavis. Margaret M. DeBoerdene, Elnora K. DeBout, Robert B. De­ lusory. iker. Nina E. Decker, u°Uy e DeDee. Mary DeLyser, Anthony L. DeMarcoa- Hel n j ijeMarco. Joseph M. ueMar-n Richard' W. DeNagel, “®*ald w. Dennis, Rub-y Mi. Den- osky. Bernard J. DeWeaver, juzabeth j. DeWeaver: Evelyn - Dorn. June A. Downey, Ar- iand k DuBois. Audrey Du- t w stephen H. Elliott, Mary luschMte Donald J. Fisk. Thei- a A Fogarty, Barbara J. Fol- Vivian N. Fuller, Barbara Fussell, Naney A. Gentile, Ta B GiSord, Betty J. Unip.o. FYank IX Gullo, Ber- u L n Hlmtley’ Herbert G- *\liam K. Jones, Lyman- V. Alvin Ketcham, Keith E. Stationery ^ OE’ Your Ilome semi-business eorres- hysat im,ls ^IviduaUzed, nowa- eea cost’, * stele for every aP«-s atm d S e' ana atteactive 'cp,n ’n°n or phone us. Phone 115 THE VINLAND CORP. ■Newark, New York Ketdham, Donald F .. Love, Monje, Jack Mbrask, Doris E. Eleanor J. Lyman, Rose M. Murray, Lspm M NelSpn, frank Marafloti, George M. Marro, J. Palermo: Richsu’d L. Parks, Dolores M. Mason, Duane H. i Edna j. Peirson, \ Delmar H. M-cCue, Arme M. . Milliman, 'iPqHs, ipijinm. ji-ReloWs Gnalee Heinz P. Mohr, Richard P.!I. Pitt.a> Leonard E. Polakdewicz, Leland S. Powers^ Lucy Quag- Spade, Edwin J. Stell, Lucy C, Emily Vercrouse, Gladys M. Vol- liata. . I ' ' ' ” I Tavano, Doris J, Taylor, Eleanor hertsen, .Robert C. Wage, Agnes Harry. E. Reiners, lgabell|_- /B. J Ursano, Eugene. E. Vand-e-' J. Walters, Marjorie J. Warner, Rpbson, Katherine A, Ross, mortel, Margaret J. Van De- Augusta Wedman, LoisE Win- Sfeirley RyaJL. Fyajxci&.G. -Siler-. Moortel, Donald K, Vander- jans, Mary A. Zappia, Veneranda (Robert R. Smith,. .. Clayton J. brook, Robert m Van Hoesen, iC. 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