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•• 1 . Page. 8 ^THE ENDICOTT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 4. 1980 ih Attain Place 10DER AVENUE LEADS WHO LARGEST PERCENTAGE Of PUPILS The honor roll of the EndicDtt^grafflpmar schools for the month of November shows rertarlo&le- 'proficiencyJ among the students of Endicott. In the long list of 530 names of pupils \who have attained the scholastic honor is represented hours of diligent application to the daily lesson set before them by their instructors. Ambition and perseverance has resulted in, ^cognition of them as the scholastic leaders of their respective classes. A survey of the different .schools, snows that Lorier Avenne school leads the rest with 16 per cent of tic students enrolled re ceiving a place on the coveted list. The George P. Johnson school in West Endicott follo-ws a dose second 'with a percentage of 19%. Broad Street with 16%, Henry 6. Endicott -with li% and North Side with 7% complete the number. The list of students, their school and their class follows: Annt Sefcoai Grade *^-John Adafta, John AI. let), Marie Bow«n, Clifford Caster, ton, Bro&> David. Betty Jane Dyer, Cstnerino fetter, Bett y Jane Fie*, tor, William Hn-irthDrne, Richard Holland. Doris . Moppet, Bmogene Johaaton. Butty . liawton. David l*W:l8, Jean .Morri* RloBard KeU. or. Jean- Noxel, mlloniena Qulr. ello, libber Robinson, Vora Robin, aon, Jean Rogers, EudorA Rom. bereer, Barbara Rosencrans, Herb . tla Cobb, Joanne Duffy, Malxle Daniel Sullivan, Herbert Town. Lachman, Paul UlUe, Howard Malnes. Elizabeth McKune, Paul. Ine Miller, Phyllis Aforan, Jean PewterbauKh, Virginia Standish, Elinor Taylor, William YOUOB. Grade 3 — Venette Alexander, Madeline Baldwin, Maryetta Boom, ershine, Betty Glrton, Clnrlo* Qrover. Virginia Hanrahon, Fred , erick Madison, Marion Mix, Mable Morris, Jean Rellly. Antoinette Saraceno, Dorothy Stemples, Ellx. abeth Ann Sweet, Dorothy TbraBh. er. Tiffany Weston. Ora4e 4—Myrtle Bryan. Morjorle Butler. Herbert Crumb, Ma y De. pew, Eleanor Gunn, Ester lannono. Alma Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Paulino Kennedy, Dean Klntner, Franceeca LaSorto. nartb Miller, Charlotte Sutton, Mary lionise Sweet, Phyllis VanBtten, Kathleen Westover, Peter Toannon. Grade S—Battle Anderson, Mars, don Cox, Edna Dutkowsky, Jos. epbine Dutkowsky, Bruco Flabcr. ty, Elizabeth Huber, Dorothy Hy. att. Euerene Kenney, Charles Os . trander, Raymond Page, Mareuer. ert Sohanck^ PhylUs—Shaw, Marlon-)^ .RalHy^-Ennyce iStrlckliurd,-Era. Slreevy, Ulll&n Tucker, Constance 1 — - • -- Slaterv Jeanejte, Sontors, Jean Wafrner.\ Jake - ^Wanislty, Collsen Webb, Betty <Wneeter, Charlotte Wilkin a; Marion wnilnms, Harp , nertte Woodward. Grade 3—Maud Barton, Jean Bennett. Margaret Bowen. Vir. ulnla -Brlggs. Arlene David, Xam. rence Goodwin. &orstta (Dray, Ken­ neth Hawk, Uyrft' Tatham. Irene LuTourotia, James Morris, Robert Muffiey, Annabelle Slater. Grade *—William Adams, James. Atkinson, Zerets Confer, Clarence Cornell, James English, Francis vraundoKeK /,ufcUle UeFmim, Dor. olhy Olann, Frances Hamilton, Laurence Hover, John Jarncn, Billy Johnsojvjluth KishbauBh, John RvasnackT Amelia Sfejlor. £iwln MldSley, Both Morris, Rylle Noyes, Arthur Painter, Billy Richards, Jean Tracy, Ralph Warner, Jean, •tte Wougbter. OradV 3.B—James Murphy, Mar . Ion Reeve, Marian Tucker, Crude B_A~Lottj*e Babcoek, Mar. lon.Bence, Norma Bradbury, Janet Cooksley, Richard Crawford. Rnth Flojrd, Maxlno Hturhea. Arthur Marlon. Marie McCarty, Robert NeHeyt Beth- rjorton; Viola Phl U lips, Joan Salem, Nancy Wheeler. Grade Frances Atkinson. Harold Bailey, Dorothy Barry. Reld Bennetti—tawr/SHCe Congdon, Jack Flaherty 1 . John JFrenndorfer. Paul Irwin. Kathleen Kinney, Elvira Miller, r ^sUr/MorKan, Marfon Hod. man, Evely n Slnnett, Dick Tomp ­ kins, Karl TriPP. Dorolh y Tyler, Howard Ware, Worothy Warner, Frances White, Mar y Wilson. Orade JBVAJ —Irma Davis, Robert Eckert, Deo Halpin. Grade TJO —Helen Anderson, Mar.' lorle Brain, Walter Hoppes, Cecils Llpka, Margaret Mldgfey, Jane^Ol- ver. prade T-A — Morjorle Cornell, uoa Comtek, Clar«ace Dunn. Rob­ ert Wheeler. ery Waterman. _ ^rrtejygn —Jaxsk^ Bacon. Floyd Bush, Ttomajne Ounn, Lester Shear Orade C-A—James Depew. Mary Konilnos. Korta Side School Grade J-A—Fred Bertoni. Sam ftovilacq.no, Anna Camarda, James Homt ^ffie ^noV^ae .iCelemeca, Sfe*****^^ j\S ' Pier^on fSiry^ Ourl Unvo, Klchard Lewis, Betty MnJlulIen, Kugreno Mnrrrr. Phyllis Martin, Jane McDonald. kubert Or . da Beatrice Porter. Paul Sawyer, Ellen Sculley, June Snyder. Elsl<> Strom, Doris Thornton Marcnret Ward. Barbara Wobh. tirade 3—Victor Andrews, Ben . trice Baker, Betty Brcanan, Edythe Cunning, Jnne Garland. Betty Oar . ren, Robert Goss, William Ilnnley, Uober Hanson, Enle Herman, Anita Holly. Christine Hughes, Anthony Johnson, .Robert Jones, Blanche Letaon, Edward Mazur, Dorcas Miller. JUa'rlorle Miller. Evelyn Moyer.1 Betty Muth. Frances Rirtan. Betty Simons, Betty Smith,. Char, lotte Steele, Marjorlc Williams Grade .4—Willis Andrews, Edwin Avery, JB|oIso Bartleson. Doris Bet. Ikofer, Irene Brain, Margaret llrown. Mabel Burbanke. Geraldine Rutler, Clarice Chirk, Mable Gaui. Laura Haskms, Edna Hilton. Gert. rude Jackson Helen Hlzale, Betty: Mandyck, Norma Martins. Teresa ACTS AS RfflEF- (continued from page 1) \Die total floor space of the Endi­ cott plant will aggregate nearly 370,000 square feet but all will be so efficiently arranged by means of tunnels and adequate, elevator facilities that each portion will be made (easily accessible to all oth­ ers. No immediate increase in op­ portunities for employment is ex­ pected, it was stated by company officials, inasmuch as the addition­ al space allowed by the addition will be used to relieve congestion Examinations for District Sup'ts. Of School Jan. 20 er, send, Howard VanOrder, Junior Welch. ' •» Grade 5 —Marjurte Aumick, June Bailey, Richard Begell. Myrtle Burne. Wallace TjaTrington, Mar. garet Flick, Walte r Gaines, Fran cis Goss, I<eslie Graves. Morjorle Greenongh, Margaret Hughes, Ncl. lie Hushes, CeceJIa laposky, Doro thy l>ivis, Richard Page, Phyllis Peake, Helen Stelnbrecker, Sarah Weston. Marian Williams, Joseph, Boilic 1 Grade 4UI~-Evclyn Harvoy. Rob . ert Jones. Elden Mead. Grade 0*A~—Lucrotia DcGaramo, Marian Forbes, James Fries, Ralph HUton. Billy McDonald, Elisabeth Monaco, Edna Munn, Irma Welch, Betty Wilson. , .Grade 7—Richard Baker, .-Helen Barner, Frank Bennett, Errfrna Hitchcock, Florence Miner, Thelma Smith, Wlllard Stall. Grade RJ*.—BeKHlr Graroa Grade Kmnia Clark, Doro­ thy Ellis, Kathryn Freundorfor, lowoll Swarts, Edna Williams. Henry IJ. KndlcotT Srhoot Grade 2 —-Edmornl Chermak, Ray­ mond, nmgfnni Rosa. Ferraro. Celia Hlovich. Helen Kovntsky, Leo Ijrsrewskl. Roslo Martonlck Shirley McCormtck, Frank Mlchen. ka, Mar y Mrkus. I^elth rickerlng, Anna Sol Us, MUdred Stullr. Grade S^Janis Breakey. Sucan Bernice Calkins, Jean Masso. Querlno Palombo. Mar y Pic clono, Ddmtnlc Truell, .Bcrnlcc Waslckl, BTnmaretta Weathers. Grade .2 _A—(Hilda: Deak, Willia m rt.olf Atirm Flnrtn l _W«1Hi> Gndn-l. Grade XB—Mary Bachnra, Jos­ eph Barbara. Josephine Bonaven. tre. Agne s Campos, Louis Christ. Ina, Rose- Cordl, Amelia D'AloIsio, Mary Dohatelli. William HadkrilfHh. Joseph/ Kublco, Angelina Liodlee, \merlc o Lockett, Sam Lupo, Olga ifolyriK. Vera Mltrns, James Mon. tlcello, Anna Moravec. Agnes Ned. uchal, Alene Newbtrry. Pan! Pet - rick. Volanda PIsanL Helen Pors- uczek. Eleanor Retorto, Mary Ro. a, Charles Sensky. Dorothy Stan- dish. Jolia VargOi. L«da Vosnlck, t.orralne Wylam. Dorothy ZampL Grade 3.A —Adeline Battlsta. Ornde 8.«—Mary Barbara, James Oaciola, Josephine Cerny, Jennie Conti. Irma Galgrocy, Anna Glacov. alii, William Hrlolpo, Anna Iannon, Dorothy Kotchick, Jnlia Lay no. Anna Polok. Vlto Popelko, Walte r StaveL i Grade 4.II — Josephine Ancili. Btanley Buchak, Mary Chlpperi ~TOl na Dahulich. MUdred Duffek, Ardo Bsposlto, Theresa Gransky, Mike Kuzroa, Adeline Maflllocco, Helen Macko, Susan MIczak, Josephine Muscarella, Helen Robbie, Mario Rossi, Nick Seversky, Mary Sooner, Frank Torasey, Grace Zannl. Jos . ephlne ZampI, Rosalyn Zarapl. _ Grade KJB—Mike Mlchno, Fred Stetano, Steven Gondek. Grade QJl — Antoinette BUllt, tls, Bose Soltls, Robert Ston<-. Matilda /Urban, Edmund Wilcha!;. Jeanne Wilson. Grade 4—Phillip Brumbaugh, juurivl Je&heite uutier, jUurivi—Cameron; John Carrls. Sopbie Chess, Anna Clcak, Phillip Crooks, Madeline Dennis, George Gartbner, Ottavio George; 2nkj movleh, ijoya jaa. uay, Mike Kovs, Margaret Martin- ak, Juanita Merekas. Mary Palo , vioh, Donald Plokerlng, Charles Seversky. Brma Tinus, Rose Van . vestroot, Albert Vivian. Grade 3-H—Helen Bilko, Ethel Breakey. Frank Qyldlk, Peter Krlzanek. Thomas Lauless, Anna Parol ka. Mildred Sekolsky. Mike Stanko, Anna Mar y Vaughn. Grade 3.4—Mary Rotesek. Alico Storcb. Grade O—Mary Dwyer, Jerome Fontani, Charles Homo. Mary Hub . blc, Clyde James. Joseph Knaplck, Dominiek KolodzeJ. Mary Kovs, Helen Kraieskt, Ev a Kulasxa, Rn. dolph Martinak, Leda Shnlar. Leon Vincent. Evelyn Vosburgh, Anna' WlBBh. ; Grade TJJ—Elizabeth Anderson, Anna Bandurlch, Won eta Broker. Thelma Cameron, Helen Cape tan. eos, Jane Curtis, Nancy D'Allosici, John Drobny, Marjorle Dumas, Ce. . ctlia Fischer, Robert Fratley. Ber . rpidlne Gleoson, Dorothy Kenny, Anna Kulosh. Anna Kuzma, Nao. ml Lachman, Lucille Lucas, Wit ma McDanlel. Josephine Sevlck, Sara Slpko, Crawford StahL Virginia Tompkins. Grade SJVr-Ruth Angell, Nick Bahnuk. Anna. Contl, B.nth Alice Michael Clemente. Fannie Corlno, 4 )T )ifte 8J>—George Adams, Lea. I Josephine Drobny. John Gondele, trriGlUett, Blcnard Baireerty. Nao. \ John Kostyun, Helen Knahner. OaliHnt 'reB, Olln Jolmaon, Eauilne 1 Lcona. OBtro »ky, Mar y Tom»tT. thlmpm. « lOeoTKe Tatnsko, Anns Turyow, CiOi«*«B h— Margaret Bleseclter.l Hermine Velek. I'Montlcello, Joseph Sallmeda, KelHe Phyllis Ctosndler. l^ebpa Morris. I Otorje V. JokMoo Sehael ISedor, Anna Way da. '•' \BroeS street ' Sekoal I Grade s—Jean Caen, Gerald Cost. I .Grade 8^—Virginia Bolton, An. GraOe'ft—Robert Bradley. Ed-1ley. Leland Davey, Geraldine Dur.Ina Mlhalko, Pauline Rome, Harold ward Bntlcr, Candancc Buttwrfleld. I fee. Joyce English. Stanley Fish. 1 Ronff. Veronica Tlnknnos. Cartla, ^EUa Graham. CerxUla. Kane, Rita. KLOTnedy,'Joh.n. Kullet, Rose SPECIAL PURCHASE OF FUR TRIMMED COATS Season's newest models, trimmed with fine furs These coats were made to sell for $29.50, you can buy them now for $21.50 SILK KIMONOS FIGURED and PLAIN $3.50 to $10.00 QUILTED SILK KIMONOS $S.OO to $10.00 Rain Coat Sets Size 6-8-10-12-14 Beret, Rain Coat and Water-proof School Bag for $4-69 SILK DRESSES Special shipment of Figured or Plain Flat Crepes, all attractive models $5.98 SILK PILLOWS Silk Brocade Pillows in dpzens of colors. Kapok filled. This is the greatest buy of the season. Sl.OO EACH It is worthy of note, however, that many employes who have been temporarily laid off have re­ turned to work within the past few weeks. NEW OWNERSHIP- (continued from page 1) Neither Vivian W. Bradbury, Miss Verna R, Snyder nor JBert A. Hyatt, former attaches of the \News-Dispatch\, have any con­ nection -whatever -with \The Endi­ cott Times\.' And so as we venture forth up­ on the publication, of the new pa- oer, we admit frankly that may make -mistakes, and hope that\ in them our fellow-townsnjen. may. oear with ^' as -W0 as In our -chievements. May we never fdrget that our ourpose. is to present a clean, in­ teresting, instructive and original newspaper, dedicated to the prog­ ress of Greater Endicott. Mrs. Eva. Lalnhart of Liberty venue spent\ Tuesday with reto- The State Education Depart­ ment has announced that an ex­ amination in the supervision of courses in agriculture and the teaching of agriculture will be offered on Tuesday morning, Jan 20, 1931. at 9-16, for those who wish to become eligible for the position of district superintendent of schools. It is expected that there will be a number desiring to take the examination since the term of all district superintendents of schools expires in _Angnat, 1931, and elec* tions will be conducted in April in the 208 supervisory districts of the State. The examinations may be' taken at any High school in' the State in connection with the January Regents examinations and providing the principal of the school is notified long enough in advance so that he may secure examination papers. Ma AND MBS. STABLER ENTERTAIN SATURDAY On Saturday evening JMr. and Mrs. Harry Stabler entertained a few of their friends at their home on Riverview Drive. The guests] included Miss Helen Peet, George English, Jess Weston, Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, all of En LdkQttt—Miss Mary- Riley, Miss.] Estelle\ McCarty, Miss Esther Balo%mj-.--St«mey^--Bafdweiu,' of Johnson City, and Richard Qninn, Donald Gaxvey, JT. Wilson Heald, Harold. Miles and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rowley, all of Binghamton. Dancing and refreshments were enjoyed. Fred White of Washington, D. C. visited'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jnne over the week-end. \. \V. W. G. TO HAVE VESPER SERVICE The World Wide Guild of tho Union Baptist church will hold Vesper Service at 4:30^ next Sun­ day afternoon in the church. All ladies and girls of the congrega­ tion, arc cordially invited to at- tend. •t « > MISS WILSON ENTERTAINED Miss Margaret Wilson, former­ ly superintendent of Ideal Hos* pital, and who is now supervisor of Nurses at St. Michael's Hospit­ al in Newark, N. 'J., spent the week-end at Ideal Hospital, re- turning—to- ie'r home on Monday+n-ccoTHplishe\d by the 'Endicott Au- evening. Miss Wilson was given a tea on Monday afternoon at tho Nurs es' Home from 2 p. m. until 6 p. m. by the nurses' of the hospital. George English, Endicott- Johnson Auditor, spent Thanks­ giving and the week-end with friends in town. On Sunday he left for Albany. Mr. and Mrs. James Hart of Binghamton were dinner oguests at the home of Miss Anna Pang- burn on Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Mary Keller who has spent several weeks'at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Mapes of Watervilet, returned to her home on Prospect street Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Cody, Mrs. MeiHie--^ra«liata,^WaT^^anT| Grace Pritchard of Jhonson City and George Balja of Binghamton were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cndy of 209 East Franklin stret- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deuel of Wendell street visited at the home of .Mr. Deuel's parents, Mr. and Mrs.'. Fay Deuel in Conklin, on Sunday. , \ \ ; Auto Club Will Give Banquet For State Secretary Tho visit of Warner Bates, sec- re'tary of the New York State Automobile Club with •> which 1 the local Auto Club iSf'amiiated, .will ho marked by an informal .dinner and conference tendered -.in^hls honor by-the Board o\f;\Direct6rs.j of the local club at the Kalurah Country Club this evening. It is expected that Mr- Bates will givo a resume of the plans of the State organization for the coming year. His visit here ia a recognition of the splendid work to Club during the past .year, and' of the large membership« which;J makes it one of the most active' 1 of the many triple-A organiza. tions of the state. Mrs. Hortense Ross of Ithaca, spent Thanksgiving at the home of Orson Luce on Liberty street.. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Hunter., and son, Richard, of East Main street, visited at the home of Mrs. Hunt­ er's parents in Canton OR. Thanks^ giving. Kenneth Westervelt student at Colgate University visited at thej hqme of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Felton of McKinley avenne several days the past week. —— - - - Surveys'sho^ that rural people marry from one 'to two years earlier than those in the cities. Storing sprayers, without a thorough cleaning may do more damage than a year's running. More than one hundred and twenty Chautangua' county \farm­ ers are improving^their.-woodlots by fencing oW 'St^k^and'-rnrttmi ^li^ only the weed:iree«/i*~ * 32 STUDENTS ON WEST CORNERS -s ROLL OF HONOR; . Erinclpal Nin* -Saddlemire- of the West Corners school \ar4- nounces that 32 scholars,' have,/ been placed on. the Jionor, rolU Jot,. that, school- for the month of < No­ vember. ' The 'second 'gr^^.-^lea'di the list- with. eignV*s.foaerite'uWjttIe the firsF-\gtade-i»ntor ?e<»nd.%lth i seven -honored pupils.r, Ttes-liilt of honor ^tudenU '\f ol!dwi^|l.y. ?i- Gradet^Alya'^rris^-lfs^rSitph \ Bartleson, D2;- ']*e'scaliDatiS»Vi«jf: Harry '^pryivroO^Txessa^^'^''''*' 90: Donald Olson,' 90r Mai 9Aj Biily/P^rt^^O-:. : <tr | e SecondvGrade^-Jeanr' Wic „ 95; . HfcrjMd Ross,'' Bit £ Qkylorid\ sauer-; 9*iptite« Rita; Pjielps,'92; James ; 'Ba^Ueson; 0Z{ El6ajiofe«Coles,^j-fKaryi''CarT ;inan, 9(h\ -' ' *\>''' •»•\- ~ 1 >Third' Gwuie-^3Eio^\^,pfeeIp^ $2; Dick' •A'agevine,' 90; Helen iTerritt; '90; ; Shirfiy2;Bate3,«). \ ' Pour^'\GMo^RuC;CoW EOfa Harrls;.«f0.^*.5fo - M^E^^a ^^olEs^fl ^rrMar^ ' gare^ WickKam'.;Jj'^; -•• SeventK^rade^Kha*r^ueiaer. . Elgtitb;sG^rade^gn^i;Siaw^ st«Bi./92j' Meaab'r i'Stagel'iSO^Keh- neth' Merrj^JOqiL\ \ % '\ Richard Relnecke; of . CornelT University: soentvthe.- '•'rjuuikigiv- iag vacatfon^tKA;-h!s;^SiQ'tKer, J Men's Fancy Hose Four pairs in a Xmas Box TSc Men's Silk & Wool - 50c 3 pairs - - $1.00 Men's Silk Hose - 39c 3 pairs • 85c Also a Wonderful Selection in Misses,' Boys' and Children's HOSE At a Saving to You $1.98 Will buy a pair of Men's or Boys' WELT OXFORDS Yon Can'Do More for Less Money This Christinas Christmas Basement already with hundreds of Wonderful Gifts for the kiddies. SHOP EARW Inc. Ill Nanticoke Ave. Union, N. Y. ONE ^DOLLAR WJLL BUY A PAIR of In Suede, Kid, Patent or Satin to be found in our bar- grain department Many sizes, and Styles to select from. JOIN OXJR Air-O-Ace COAT CLUB Air - O - Ace HORSEHIDE COATS Select Your Coat Now and make a Small Down Payment Note our Low Prices on SKATES AND SHOES $3.95 20 Days. TILL E SHOP ARL Y 7 ENDICOTT 22 Washington Ave. HOCKEY and £ ; ' MEN'S, BOYS^

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