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1930 THE BEACON 17 Brown, Sydney “A fine little fellow honest. intelligent and kind.” Brown, William “Men are more sat¬ irical from vanity than from malice.” Brucker, Claire ‘•Kind hearts are more than coronets.” Carp, Josephine " If you want a knowing one, By few am I sup¬ planted.” Carroll, Claire “Never choose com¬ panions duller than yourself.” V . ■ , . ■ iiisji-. I Carroll, Florence “As nice as Sum¬ mer air could make her.” Chalker, Mildred “Better a blush on the face than a blot on the heart.” Chess, Mary “She thinks the most good and speaks the least ill of her neighbors.” Chloodian, Manoog “A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance.” Cohen, Anna “Good nature and good sense are hers.” 4 '
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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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■A. ■ . - ■ A. Jk. -A. 18 THE BEACON 1930 I Cohen, Arthur “His words are bonds, liis oaths are oracles; his love sin¬ cere, his thoughts immaculate.” Cohen, Bertha “Everything is pret¬ ty that is young.’’ Cohen, Esther “Still smile, my dear, a frown or tear Would mar that cheerful face. " Cohen, Irving “Moderate things are best.” Cohen, Israel " A sunny and Jovial disposition.” Cohen, Rachel “Perseverance and strength of charac¬ ter will enable us to bear much.” Collari, Rosa “Manners often make fortunes.” Cooper, Irving “A heart unspotted ia not easily un¬ daunted.” Cooperstein, Dora “Quite as good na- tured as any girl could be.” Cottier, Frank “It is a great plague to bo too handsome a man.”
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