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1930 THEBEACON 15 Bassignana, Elizabeth “A sound mind in a sound body.” Becker, Louis " Trouble runs off him like water from a duck’s back.” Berger, Jennie " A simple maid, in lier flower is like the s in after shower.” Berman, Sarah “Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever.” Berman, Violet “A gentle maid, of rural breeding, By nature first, and then by reading.” sAt v ■ rj ' Bittel, Ethel “She pecks at every¬ thing and thrusts her spoon into every dish.” Black, Barney “A joke is always on his lips and on his face a smile.” Bloom, Edward “Providence will provide.” Bornstein, Celia “There is nothing better than the fait ' ful service of the heart.” Bornstein, Jacob “A kind heart, hath he.”
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A A AAAAAAAAAA A A. A ■ A. A. -A. 14 THE BEACON 1930 Alpern, Samuel " 1 know you are full of honesty and weigh your words before giving them breath.” I i Alpert, Pearl “She speaks poni¬ ards and every word stabs.” Andrews, Samuel “A face full of mean¬ ing and earnest¬ ness, a man of strength and a man of toil.” Aronovitz, Herbert " Silence is golden.” Baer, Nathan ' ‘He, who is a friend to himself, is a friend to all.” Baker, Bessie ‘‘Memory is what makes us young or old.” Appel, Esther ‘‘Silence is golden.” i i I Aronofsky, David ‘‘He is a very unas¬ suming man.” Barlow, Frances “There is a little bit of bad in every good little girl.” Bassignana, Albina “A girl at peace with all.” I
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16 A A A - 4. A A A A A. 1930 THE BEACON □ ornstein, Joseph “Thou art so trou¬ blesome a lover, there ' s hopes thou’ll make a more than ordinary quiet hus¬ band. " Derr, Sidel “A kind and gener¬ ous spirit.” Bostonian, John “Every man shall bear his own bur¬ den.” Bovarnick, Abraham ‘ Too good for great t ' ' ! ngs and too great for good.” Drennan, Emily ”H is better to be -a little package with son th’ n g n it t’-an ; big band’e (ille 1 with nothing.” C-cda, Joseph “He is a gentleman on whom I build an absolute trust. " Brodie, Sylvia “She keeps herself to herself.” Brown, Isadore “ Tis only noble to be good.” Brown, Jack “Take heed, lest passion sway the judgment to do aught.” Brown, Ruth “She is the softest, gentlest lady breath¬ ing. Let her but live ent ' rely to her own fancy, and she’ll never say a word to you from morning ’til night.” |
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