Walton High School - Periwinkle Yearbook (Bronx, NY)

 - Class of 1935

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Walton High School - Periwinkle Yearbook (Bronx, NY) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 87 of 100
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Nineteenth: To Mr. Lerner do we bequeath the reminder that all that glitters is not-his precious camera. Twentieth: To Miss Foran do we bequeath a box of non-squeak- 'able chalk. Twenty-first: To Mr. Eisentrager do we bequeath, tshould the New Deal be declared unconstitutionall, a new name for his brain- child-"The New Ideal." Twenty-second: To Miss Schwarz do we bequeath leather tongs to keep her down in the "Log" office after 2:20 P.M. Twenty-third: To Miss Schein do we bequeath a platform of red headed girls to temper her wrath when the Senior Class has been so unfortunate as to incur it. Twenty-fourth: To the traffic-aides, lest they become too over- bearing and lordly in the future, do we bequeath the suggestion that they conserve their energies since virtue is its own reward-. Twenty-fifth: To all members of extra-curricular activities do we bequeath the promise of a new publication called "Howto Live on Forty- Eight Hours a Day." Twenty-sixth: To the new Freshman Class do we bequeath the knowledge, gained from our experience, that despite all rumors that will surely circulate, Walton will NOT affiliate itself with Clinton. Twenty-seventh: To the new Senior Class do we bequeath our swelled heads and' the hats we had to buy to fit them. Twenty-eighth: To the Reservoir do we bequeath the endorsed sanction of the entire senior class that it stood unrivaled in retaining the undivided attention of the girls-during classes. Having finished this, the reader continued in a more ominous tone: It is our command that the foregoing requests be executed faithfully. Should you fail in carrying out these provisions, we swear that from a gloomy grave we shall rise and haunt YOU-the miscreantsl ln testimony whereof we affix our names in the presence of witnesses. THE CLASS OF lANUARY '35

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watching for her to smile, do we bequeath additional collar buttons to deepen her famous dimples. Seventh: To Miss Bring do we bequeath a class so mature of mind, that she will raise her famous lor infamousl standards of attain- ment. Eighth: To Mr. Dombrow do we bequeath a Board of Elections so good that it will know enough, after the very first meeting, to pro- vide him with lemon lollipops rather than raspberry. Nintht To Mr. Harte do we bequeath a more frequent-occurring grin-we liked it when it finally did come. Tenth: To Miss Flynn, because she is so well suited to conduct such a class, do we bequeath the suggestion that she include in her English lessons pointers on charm. Eleventh: To Mr, Gluck do we bequeath any publication that deals with "Color Harmony in Dress." Twelfth: To Miss Leffler do we bequeath a class of whispering angels. Twelfth and one-half: To Mr. Shapiro, in connection with his peregrinations, do we bequeath the consolation of a Chinese maxim with which we have taken slight liberties: "To him wearing OUT shoes, the whole world is carpeted with leather." Fourteenth: To Mrs. Stave do we bequeath a group of girls who will be as much infected by her infectious laugh as we were affected. Fifteenth: To Mrs. Obear do we bequeath a supply of pamphlets on "The Art of Treading Softly," or "Up on Your Heels and Down on Your Toes," for the sole use of her future students. U Sixteenth: To Mr. Cordon do we bequeath the assurance that his experience in Walton will, upon his retirement from all active ser- vice there, net him, at least, a job as a bank official. Seventeenth: To Miss Seligman do we bequeath a school devoid of all extra-curricular activities except-the Latin Club. Eighteenth: To Mr. Hamm do we bequeath a towel-roller, which, we hope, will prove in the last analysis more adequate than mere linen squares in wiping his massive brow.



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CICISS DPOPLQCQ The Daily New Yorker january 2, 1955 Time 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11 300 11 130 12:00 12:30 1 300 1 330 2:00 2:30 3:00 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:45 6:15 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:30 10:45 11 300 A. M. Noon P. M Station WHS Sylvia Lichtenstein, Athletic Talk Betty Burmeister, Radio Kitchen Dr. Frieda' Frank, Health Talk Faith Smith, Art Sylvia Kaplan, Wonders ot Science Mollie Brick, Ellen Herman and Lillian Flora Ginsburg, Culture Shirley Goldstein, journalism Pearl Cterstenteld, Education Maisie Baum, News of the Day Jeanette Hausner, Pointers on Charm Aviation Medal Presented to Frances Murphy Rebecca Cordon, Pauline Cold-War on Crime Florence Rosenblum Interviewing Cordelia Olzvary Ruth Creentield, Melody Program ot Poetry and Music-Marjorie Brensburg, lrma Solomon, Cecelia Adelman june Cooke, Corinne Cooper, Times Photographers Weather and Stock Market Reports lntermission until 8:00 P.M. Emly Cohn, Dancing and Songs Mimi Lowenthal and Stock Company Alice Major, Laura Kron, Debate Harriet Spector, Interview Sarah Lerner, Concert Pianist Maisie Baum, News Flashes Sign oft for the evening Chase, Fashions

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