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    HONOR ROLL FOR FEBRUARY

    AMITYVII/LE HIGII SCHOOL. (Elomenta iy DeixirtmcnU)

    GSorgo A. Brown, Prlnclpa

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    l p a l . Dorothy Smith.. Grado 1—Harry Karp,

    rua,rt Kendriek, Grade 2—Jacob Kollar, Walter' Powell .

    Charles -K. Smith, Richard Yiets. Allien Smith, Millard Inglce. Forrest Weed, Kvelyn Ha-ib, Mabel Howe. Corlna Martin, Nevada Thikhani. CUCfMla Vreeland.

    Grade 3—Peter Hilleti, Will iam Smith. gran Greece Ju»ior Strong. Mil'.lo Osbom, *har l e s Miller. Eric Kocstner. Doris lnglee, Cleorite Portland, John Fowler.

    tirade 1—Susan Smith, Anna Noxon, Au- drey Hoinlcy, Thomas Moynahan, Ldna Grcey, Jul ia Bitter. Laura Davis. Lesl ie Ketcham. , _

    Grade J—Frank Bcebo Powell. Susan De- lano, Carrie Heartt, Florence Squires. .

    Grade C—Edna Tuthill. Donald MacGlll- vary. Minerva Terry, l iobert Hunter, George Powell . ^ •

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    Room 3—Dorothea Goodenough, A g n e s Rogers, Robert Miller. Wilton May.

    A r c h e r S t r e e t S c h o o l . Room 2—Mary Baldwin. Genevieve Borel , , . . . „ „ . " _ . , " , , Frances Jonasch, Kathrjn Phl l lpps. . -

    M i s s A u H H a P . £ n t t c r , P r i n c i p a l . R O 0 m i _ w a l t e r Baldwin. George Br i t ton , Kindergarten—Thomas Mack. Ramorta Carpenter, Marlon Murray.* 1A—Geraldlne Boiler. Estelle Harris, Henry • Note—Mumps, measles and ch lckenpox

    Strattou. - • • • _ " . . 1 have reduced attendance. 2A—Esther Eckart. Mary Forbes, Lora | .

    Kronpv.lt, Samuel Payne. M I N E O L A C H I L D R E N ' S H O M E . 3B—Leo Halpiri. Doris Lugrin, Mae Mack. x»i^„ r j „ " i > " m. .„ i -«« rr«™«v.«— 3A-Elo l se Boiler. Augusta Stratton. Marie I M , s > s l t , a * • T u c k e r , T e a c h e r .

    Bowie. Edward Flannagan. William Stratton. ! Grade 6—Emma Gunther. Florence Robertson. 4A—Raymond Wulf. | Grade 5—Mary Caruso. Edna Denlcker, Graco DA—Loraine Mix. Frank McCann, Raymond • Golden. Frances Robertson.

    Mtirley. Grade 4—Lena Caruso. fiB—Evelyn Duribar, Charlotte Hatpin. I 6A—Florine Carman, Caroline Muller. Mar-I P H I ^ V I P W V.C11C\CYIi

    garet Tucker. Spencer Clark. Paul Halpin. J " * , r > " O^MI.KJ\JD. Allan Randall.

    7A—Mary Halpin.

    Frances Farnham, Jacob H a r d i n g . Robert M»Ban;.--Janloo. I.esllc, GcorKO.-Soya.rs. . Pearl Vail , Johanna Worm. William Wiley-Jr. . A n - tono Y'arzinski, Fannio Klein, Doris Rlesdorph, Clarice Terry.

    Grade 6-^lradford Benjamin. Mark.> lanagan, Frances Hallett, Alexander Klein. Stella Mic- kewlcz, Walter Worthington.

    Grade 7-Sadle Franklin. Theodore Housel. Sidney Lipctz, Mvra Robinson, Janice Ter- rell.

    ROCKVILLE CENTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

    (Morris School.) IB—Margaret Br lndky . Muriel Brlndley,

    Frederick Hoftman, Henry Hoffman. .Marlon •Lockwood, Edward Rucslow, Marian W eeks, Hazel Ostrander.

    2B—Bve.ly.ri McMano. Arllne Magaw. Fran- ces Mandefs. Marion Myers. Jul ia Schab- bek'ar. Norma Schlemann. Helen Weeks . Dorothy Wood. Norman Allen. J o s e p h Dzladus. Robert Phelps. Donald Voorhis.

    SB—Raymond Appelgate. Mary Combes, Edna Culllmore. Harriet Ives. Clinton Pear- sall, Charles Phillips. Donald Tutschulte , El izabeth Smith. .- ,

    4B—Leonard Bailey, Ida Culllmore, MaU cblm Hardgrove, Luella Ives. Susan Jos l ln . Marie Phelps . Paul Ruestow. Melville South- ard. Louis Tarormina, Harcourt Vernon," Mildred Wetjen. „

    SA—Harold Day, Margaret Duncan, E v a n - geline, Ruestow. Chester Voorhis.

    6 B - - j e a n Duncan. Dorothy Morgan, Miriam Ravnor. Dorothy Wetjen. K a t h e r y n Silegler. Theodore Jones. Katherlne Shufelt , Kvelyn Lawrence. Robert Hall.

    7A—Caroline Wagner. Arthur Campbel l . Eleanoro Martin. Carrie Wllkins, El la Mott. Gertrude Manders, Edward Place, Ra lph Corbett, Allan Wright. E\inice Bennet t . Con- stance Dungan. Oakley Frost. Isabel Rock- well .

    • (Clinton School.) IB—Jul ia Alpen, Ruby Cassidy. Mildred

    Davison. Dorothy Kleberg. Pearl Ba i l ey . Harry Ankers, Edward Armstrong. Richard Babcock. Clifford Bishop, Ogden Dean, R a y - mond Goldstone. Frederick Lemmermai in , Dav id Mesnik, Michael Nocero. Edwin Po l - lard, Charles Shaw, Ernest .1. Smith. Ernest Solomlto, Marlon Wolf, Arthur Stephenson.

    2B—David Alper, Samuel Barasch. Gilbert Brlndley. George Burnett, John Finn, Fred- erick Forhell, Russell Francis . H o w a r d Hodge , George Jaspin. Herbert Jones. Horace Mala. Edmond Schmidt. Harvey Schneider, J u m Yount. Florence Dekker, Gertrude Evans . Mvra Haff. Hazel Ingersool. Lllllart Johnson, 'Winifred Karr, Harriet LeCaron. Marlon Lecaron. Carolyn Moser, Muriel W a l - ler,- Bertha Wiley, Maybe l laW' l l l an , E d n a AVykert. 1 3B—Marjorie Alston, Kunl Artner. Li l l ian Becker . Gwendoline Hanson, Lorraine H a n - son, Dorothy Johnson. Marlon Marz, Grace Schley, Ruth Smith, Weslie Carman, R i c h a r d Hegarty , Wilbur Kaiser, Knowles .Lawrence , Thomas Miller, Henry Platt ,_ Louis Spatft-

    APPRAISALS THBADORK EISEN'BIEBIIER, whodled Sep-

    tember 1, 1917, left an estate of' 5T.W1. It J>asses to his widow and threo children.

    THOMAS H WENTWORTH. who died No- vember 19, 1916, left an passes as fol lows: CI daughter, US,620; Clara ger. $14.67*; Minnie $18,822, and the balance the husband" of h i s daughter.

    MARGARET C. HARRISON, who died Au- gust 17, 1917, le f t 'an estate of n2.S56. It passes to her daughter, Lucy N. Harrison.

    GILBERT HOFFMAN, who died December 31. 1917. left an estate of J7.6S3. It passes to his granddaughter, Ruth dl. Garrison.:

    A D E L I A O'NBILL, who died January 17. 1917. left an estate of $7,910. Two daughters, Emma V. Shepherd and Lizzie A. Agnew, re- ceive $3,455 each, and the balance passes to Mary" A. O'Neill, a sister-in-law..

    WILLIAM DAVIS, who died July 6, 1917, left a n . e s t a t e of $u,993. It passes to William A. Davis , a son.

    GEORGE- A. SCHAFFNER, who died July IS, 1916,-Ieft an estate of $3,723. It passes in equal shares to Martha W. . Schaffner,' his widow, and their two sons, Harold aud King- don. . .

    GEORGE J. SMYTH, who died April IS, 1917, left hn estate of $10,461.. It passes to his widow, Marie H, Smyth.

    LEGAL NOTICES. „ S O U I J T T CODRT, KINGS COUNTY.— Union He ght s R e a l l y Company," plaintiff, against Wilson Holding Co Inc., et a l . de- fendants. Action No. L . *}* F„Ui™H?n»ce o t a Ju>5Kment of foreclosure and sale duly m a d e and entered in the above e n t l t l e d a c t l o n , and bearing date the

    LEGAL NOTICES. T

    CORPORATION NOTICES. V.SJJPRBME COURT.-0_F T H E . STATE OF_ qLtbe^CouiuilBsleafrs of Estimate.aDd. ComuiU-" New York, Kings County—Eagle Savings and ' sloner of Assessment lu the above-cut!tied mat- Loan Company, plaintiff, v s . -a lary 8. Mc- ter will be presented for. continuation to the Caughan Harry Jawlnofsky alia Mary Jawln- Supreme Court of the State of Now York, Sec- ofsky. his wife, defendants. pad Deportment, at a Special Term thereof to

    In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure ' be held iu the Garfield Building. No. 20 Court

    m a n John Toomer. 4A—Marion Browne, Ruth Dais ley, Mil-

    dred Doelle. Alice Coak'ey, Grace Flsk? Henry Martin, Sybil Martin. Daisy S t e p h e n - Kon, Sylvia Stephenson. Christina Zoeller, Harry Jaspin. Mordecal Markowitss, Junior Stewart , Ryder Utter. • " »;

    4B—Charles Becker. Howard.Ersler . Ra lph Mais, Edward Wlpprecht. J a m e s D o n a l d - son. Virginia Groff. Eleanor Crary, Ros lyn Klnscherf. Frances Marquardt.

    6A—Helen Ackerly. Catherine Boon, R u t h Cook, Columbia Ferine. Virginia Leemlng , Josephine Marquardt. Janet Rockwel l , Otto Rapsch. Feleeina Solomlta. Jess ie Wray . Eugene Williamson.

    5B—-Lillian Carman. Marjorie . Doyle . Gladys Lampert. Elste Pearsal l , Harr ie t Qulglev, Elsie Steinbicker. Florenco W r i g h t , John Bates. Isaiah Bunch, Gilbert Davison, Sa lve Sarno. .

    6A—Orvllle Carman. Harold Goldberg. Harry Mitchell, Marion DeMott, Gertrude Engels , Carolyn Haab, Dorothy Lit t le .

    (Junior High School.) — .. 7A—"Elizabeth Elder. "> 7B—Beatr ice Boggs. Dorothy Day , F e r m e

    Rose. Mvra Hartmann, El izabeth Johns ton , Graco Riplev. Helen Wlnterbot,tOm, Mar- "garet WoodworOi. George Covert, -GlWer Quest, Simon Newman.

    SA—Gretchen Koehler. Grace B a t e s . 8B;—John Burns. Melford Magaw, H u g h

    Woodworth, E d n a - E s a u . E leanor F le tcher , Irene Smith.

    9A—Gertrude DeMott. Gertrude Whi te , Dorothy Winterbottom, Nico la Fermo, A l e x - ander Pallme.

    _ Kings , -on the 21st day March, 1918. at twe lve o'clock noon, tho premises directed by said j u d g m e n t to bo s o l d - a n d therein described as fo l lows:

    All tha t certain plot, piece or parceT of

    Montague street,.Borough of B r o o k l ' v n - ' ( w ' ^ of Kings City and State o f N e w York on the 20th day. of March, 1918. at '12-00 oVio^S noon on that day. -by William P. R J O Vc^k

    l E f c o V T 6 ' ' ' « ^ 7 » A W% T " "^"f- 1 * S ' . ^ s o ^ ' a t d f ' t b e ^ ^ e s c r f b e d ^ a i ough of Brooklyn, County of Kings Olty-j iollows: • -• aescrlbed as and M a t e of N e w York, bounded a n d de- u l that certain lot. piece or D a r « i ,»» , „ scribed a s fo l lows: Beg inning at a point on j s l t u ' a , e lying and being In the n o r ough r