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is,-H, IME has flown. Where are the graduates of yesteryear - - - the glory that was
Bushwick's? Let us coax Father Time, the stage manager of the world, to
all us just a small peep at the activities of at least a few erstwhile seniors of the
class of june, 1929. The curtain rises.
Well, well, and still again! Who but our own Lil Klein is disporting in the
chair of the presidency of the United States. just think, the honor of being the very
hrst woman president has been conferred upon little Lillian! We'll wager that when
she sits at her desk, she cannot help but let her feet dangle! To go from the tragic
to the comic, the stage has profited by the addition of Herbert Hall who is starring
in a new comedy entitled, "I Faw Down And Go Boom!" Carry on, Herbie, carry
on! The Salvation Army needs you. Incidentally, Beatrice Falk is now considered
I-1ollywood's official photographer.
Cliflord Langbein occupies an expensive seat on the curb fyes, dear children, it
is all made of bright shiny gold piecesj having proved his ability as a business execu-
tive. His early training as manager of the Year Book has very apparentlybeen in-
valuable to him. The versatile Charles Hurlburt is a star athlete on the All-American
team, while Mildred Horni, the sweet and beauteous, cheers him onward from the
dug-out. Bravo, Mildred! Continue your good work. And speaking of good work-
l-lannah Siegel has become a true little Mary Sunshine. She is a welfare worker fyou
should see her in her cute little bonnetj and the Little Sister of the Poor, and indeed
spreads joy and happiness wherever she turns her cheery smile. Arnold Auerbach is
merrily chasing ambulances hither and yon.
Jack Fried is wearily posing, in his best jaded manner, for the Arrow Collar Ad
artist. He seems to be exceedingly prosperous, if outward appearances are any indica-
tion. And the women still pursue him .... even over the footlights of life. Ah,
yes, jack, you were ever popular, my lad of the heartbreaking wiles. Howard Hall
is his fellow model and apartment ITIZIIC. They share a large and sumptuous bachelor
apartment on West End Avenue, and bestow a handsome five dollar bill fwith good
United States backingj to their resplendent and liveried doorman each time they see
him. He will soon have an apartment on West End Avenue himself, if his benefactors
do not move. Howard has refused to recognize his brother, since he disapproves very
strongly of all actors-except chorines.
Freda Valet is a nurse in the Old Women's Home. Rose Reiss, Lily Ulman and
Florence Sheim are all kindergarten teachers, although Miss Sheim acts as a tax collector”