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 - Graduates Get School Diplomas SPRINGFIELD --...
Graduates Get School Diplomas SPRINGFIELD -- Eighty-eight graduates received diplomas at graduation exercises at St. Francis Francis of Assisi School. Thomas A. Giacopenello and Irene C. McCall received the American Legion medal and the Catholic War Veterans trophy for spelling, was awarded Irene McCall. McCall. Thomas J. Wimer was recipient recipient of a half scholarship to St. Joseph's High School and Thomas W. Brown was awarded a half scholarship to Devon Preparatory Preparatory ;High School. Highest general a v e r a g e awards .went to Robert M. Giannini, Giannini, Richard T. Furiana, Virginia Virginia M. Lee and Kathleen M. Costanza. Costanza. Albert Fulvio, Kevin" Scan- Ion, Thomas Wimer, Charles Salk Eileen Galvin and Alice Levering won honorable mention. Robert Buggy, Thomas Giaco- penello, Christine Paradis and Eileen Galvin were awarded the highest average in religion medals. medals. Given honorable mention were Thomas Fahey, Richard Grebb, Donald Truitt, John Sheehan, Sheehan, Maureen Feehery, Cecilia DiNicola, Margaret Rayfield and Kathleen Costanza. Highest average in English awards went to Thomas Wimer, Kevin Scanlon, Helena Rowland and Nancy Purnell with honorable honorable mention to Paul DeUriarte, Timothy McGovern, Richard Vito Richard Peterson, Susan Sapien- za, Kathleen McGee, Alice Levering Levering and Kathleen Costanza. Winning highest averages . in mathematics were Charles Salk : Albert Fulvio, Linda Booty, an3 Alice Levering with honorable mention to Richard Furlano, Kevin Scanlon, James Diskin, Thomas Thomas Brown, Thomas Giacoponello, Kathleen Costanza, Claudia De Leo, Maureen Feehery and Nancy Nancy Purnell. The American Legion aware for an essay on "American Democracy" Democracy" went to Kathleen M. Costanza. Awards for "most effort shown during the year" went to Parks, Ronald J. Fraatz, Helen McDonnell and Joanne Watt. Cit ed for outstanding service as altar altar boys were Paul DeUriarte and Thomas Wimer. Folcroft Boys Attend Camp John Cartwright, 17, and Wil liam Ausura, 16, Folcroft, are tending the Keystone Boys State Camp at Pennsylvania State Uni versity. The 10-day camp program feat ures instructions in local and government procedure. The boys, both students at Sharon Sharon Hill High School, are spon sored by Post 193, American

Clipped from Delaware County Daily Times28 Jun 1963, FriPage 5

Delaware County Daily Times (Chester, Pennsylvania)28 Jun 1963, FriPage 5
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