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S05IE GOOD STlDEJi'TS. Report of Costello Schools in Sjiva-nia District. The following pupils of the Sylva-nia school at Costello, Pa., were neither tardy nor absent during the second month: J3 Kish, Vernard aiangus, ion wmon, vviiue roia-, aicn, cnanes liiover, joe uiuiasKi, John Sostock. Stanley Shavens, Ar- thur Beck, Eunice Moore, Josphine j Vargo, Mary Mulaski, Edith Moore, Margaret Dailey, Helen Popadich, I Harold Dailey, Wayne Cornelius. Maurice Lannin, Cornelius Donavan, Donald Kellam, Burdette Miller. Carl Sostock. Francis Kllcoin, lona Donavan, Ethel Lannin, Ella Bott, Marie Shavens, Esther Sandell. Claude Alexander, John Dailey, Arthur Kilcoin, Ralph Cornelius1. Lillian Haglund. Emma Lamb, Tess Mahon, I.etha Havens, Anna Sostock, Laura Miller. Florence Swanson, Sarah Ripple, Theresa Thiele, Hazel Carman, Vera Peck. Those who have an average of 90 per cent or over for work done during the month are: High School Emma Lamb, Lillian Haglund, Hazel Carman, Claude Alexander. Arthur Kilcoin. Eighth Grade Edward Brownlee. Sixth Grade Wayne Cornelius, Donald Kellam. Fifth Grade Maurice Lannin. Fourth Grade Ella Bott. Third Grade Delora Swanson. Margaret Dailey, Helen Popadicn. Arthur Beck, Joe Mulaski. Second Grade Josephine Vargo. First Grade Anna Vargo. Vernard Mangus.