|Camden Courier-Post - February 5, 1936|
PUPILS GIVEN ATTENDANCE PRIZES
4 From Kindergarten and 51 From First Grade Among 108 Honored
kindergarten pupils, five first grade
pupils and nine February graduates
were among the children attending the H. C. Sharp School, Thirty-second
street and Hayes Avenue, who received certificates for being neither
absent nor tardy since school opened in September.
are Alice Stewart, Anna Schoenfeld, Robert Graham and Charles Pohlers,
kindergarten; Dorothy Brown, Ethel Neale, Lidie Morrow, Eleanor Bernson,
and Thelma Kohler, first grade, and Edward Hildebrand, May Anderson, Doris
Birkle, Marian Hawk, Thelma Hoffman, Ruth Jensen, Mary Long, Ina Sinclair
and Virginia Spohn, of the mid-year graduating class.
who received perfect attendance awards were;
Wert, George Smith, Raymond Thomas, Joseph Whylings, Jessie Graham,
Catherine McKernan, Lucille McLean, Lucy Saiia, Dorothy Thompson, Kathleen
Wilson, James Beck,
John Hoffman, John Howe, Howard Ivins, Gordon Marshall, Edward
Reid, Edith Beck, May Callahan, Myrtle Davies, Eleanor Riley.
Evans, Orley Kennedy, Ronald Mattson, Marian
Clawell, Catherine Dunkelberger,
Marie Helwig, Dorothea Lyons, Gerda Sattler, Ruth Wilson, James Brunker,
Andrew Gorman, John McKernan, George
Munger, Antonio Smarrito, Fay McLean,
Frances Winter, Lewis
Hemingway, Martin Spohn, Robert
Wark, Hazel Howe, Harriet Lawyer. Doris Mills. Gloria Naylor, Irving Albertson,
Henry Brightly, Edgar Brittingham.
Eugene Landis, Jeanette Fest, Charles Klein, Gene Contravo, William Stephens, Betty Brunker, Gertrude Campbell, Arlene Eckel, Edith Mae Stewart, Doris Ulrich, Richard Brunker, Robert Fest, Jack Fuller, Mark McLean, Frank Riley, Craig Stephens, William Peterson, Esther Brown, Jean Flannigan and Peggy Wark.
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