Boody Junior High School - Beacon Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1940

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l... I. ...i.....i........ ...i........i..i..i....I......i.i.... ...nn .- TO BOODY I..-. . -If -v I .-nu-..v I .-I uv -vv - 1 BOODY Ten years of progress and fame, Boody has reached its birthday again. We all strive on to do our best, To make Boody beat the rest. Ruth Donowitz, 8A3 A DEDICATION TO BOODY JUNIOR HIGH AND ITS PRINCIPAL Mr. Kehoe, we congratulate you and your school, And hope you will be principal for many years to come. When we mention the name Boody Junior High, We are not ashamed, but proud to bear its name. SALUTE TO BOODY Dashing to the top, Arthur Abrams, RBI With a striving eager hop. Working all the day, Singing all the way. Heading for the best, ' Passing every test, Let us all now try to show That Boody is the best. To Boody dear, our Boody We will all be true, And fight our way, fight e In each and every way. dear och day, Oh, Boody dear, our Boody dear We will see you through, And each day we will say That we are proud of you. Elmer Cohen, RA2 m4

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.... I.. ...I .. .. ... ii... . ii. I. . Mi. .. . I 4.1 I. .I .. I I. . A DEDICATIGN -.- -.-1 -. I V I iw- I I .. .nv I v WHY I SHOULD BE LOYAL TO THE UNITED STATES I should be loyal to the United States because this is my native land, the land where I may write and speak my mind, worship as I please, vote and hold office despite my race, creed or station in life. Each and everyone of us should be thankful to live in a land where everyone may salute the flag, and to be governed by a democracy rather than by force. We should all be thankful to live in a nation where one is not persecuted, and where opportunity is given to enjoy the many privileges that are now unheard of in European countries. I am glad to live in America where I realize that my ambitions are pos- sible in my native land. Liberty, the word that means so much to the American people, permits us to live our lives as we see fit, just as long as we keep with- in the laws. We Americans live in a land where the future seems bright and hopeful, rather than dark and hopeless. We all may en- joy free means of education, and develop what talents we possess, and grow into strong, happy, intelligent citizens of the United States. I am proud to live in a land where I am happy and free. Laura Lafata, 9A2 0 A DEDICATION TO BOODY Let the trumpets be sounded, And the banners be unfurled, Here's our happy birthday greeting To the best school in the world. Theodore Sinitsky, RIBI 0 TEN YEARS OF EXISTENCE Boody Junior High School standing ten whole years, Bringing joy to many hearts and very seldom tears. The kind strong hand that guided us all the way, Brought our dear school to what it is today. Boody, my Boody, always lending a helping hand, And so congratulations to the best school in the land. Zenith Ruden, RBI V. . I u I ,, V V 2



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WITH THE STGRY-TELLERS April 6, l940 T964 Ocean Parkway Brooklyn, New York Dear Jack, I thought that l'd send you this journal of the most astounding thing that ever happened in my life. The record is a description of my experiences on this visit. One day I was walking in the country when I saw a fisherman's net attached to the shore and hanging in the water of a little brook. I mischievously decided to take whatever fish I might find and set them free. As I drew closer, however, I saw that the net was shining gold. I picked it up in amazement, and then l was even more amazed to find myself floating gently through the air. I looked up and saw the net like a balloon, carrying me far away. After overcoming my fear, I started to enjoy myself on this strange journey through the heavens. Suddenly I saw a solid cloud floating high above all the rest. As I drew nearer, I saw it was a planet. I didn't have much time to think after that, because I found myself sitting on a pile of sand near a blue ocean. There was something very strange about this place. Everything was bathed in a golden mist, the very sand I sat on was bright yellow. The atmosphere was very peaceful. Not a sound broke the stillness except the beautiful music of some strange instruments playing very faintly. After sitting there a little while, I saw a glitter- ing ball floating toward me which grew brighter and more dazzling as it approached. It drew up to me and dissolved. There standing before me were three little men. They stood and stared at me. Fin- ally they formed in a long line, looking exactly like a chain of gold, and marched off. I didn't want to be left alone again, so I followed them. They walked along a while and then suddenly stopped. In front of me was a little house made of yellow glass. There was no door to this strange building, Iwhich looked like a snowball with a flat bottoml but high up on the perfectly smooth walls was a round hole, large enough for me to fit through. "Now, what shall I do?" I said to myself, staring perplexedly at the house. The little men seemed to have guessed my thoughts, for the first 4

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