Prospect Hill School - Monitor Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1930

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THE MONITOR 25 school, frequent absences on account of illness, or other reasons, the chil- dren are older than most other boys and girls in the 8A grade. Because of a special program, all the pupils have an opportunity to make up the essential work, get into 8B classes and finally graduate. That is why this is called an Opportunity Class. The boys and the girls are trying their best, not only in their regular class work but the boys, in shopwork and athletics, and the girls, in cooking and sewing. 7Bl Here we are, and have almost reached our goal, the 8A grade. ,Our next stop will be 8Bg then we must leave No. 9. But this sad departure is still far away, so let us enjoy our stay. lVe started our TB term well, with all our members depositing in the school bank. Our attendance has been very good during the term, and we are proud when we are able to hang up the gold and gray attendance ban- our ntembers, Elsie 11er. Four of Funke, Betty Becker, Selma Korn- bluh, and Virginia Saper have shown exceptionally good talent in our Thursday morning entertainments. VVe try to live up to No. 9 standards. 7B2 June again linds us at the end of another hard but pleasant term. Although TB2 has had very few 100 per cent days of school attendance, there are fourteen pupils with perfect records for the term. The class officers arc: Captain-John Esposito, Secretary-Lillian Maionc, Ohief Librarian-Emanuel Block. During the term, ten members of our class entertained at the TB assem- bly with a program on George lVash- ing-ton. Herels hoping we are all to- gether in 8A! TB3 NYell, friends, vacation will be al- most here when you look at 7B3's little voice in the Monitor. lVe shall scatter to the four winds only to blow back to P. S. No. 9 in the fall to start over again. XVe hope in SA. lVe have met with some hard luck this term, but we seem to be getting right up and working the harder. But just ease your mind a little and think what work the teachers had to do! Vtle have one athlete, James Majil- ton, who won second place swimming in the relay. 7B4 This is station S. B. F. Cwhich means 7B4j broadcasting. lVe wish to tell you why certain members of our class are very popular. Two of our classmates, Frank Pic- colo and Vincent Buckley, are star players on the baseball team. Four of our other students, namely, Evert Soderlund, Abraham Sadowsky, Vin- cent Buckley and Frank Piccolo be- long to the Traffic Squad. They help thc policeman lead children across the streets in safety during school hours. The boys and girls of 'TB4 like Pub'- lie School No. 9 very much and are looking forward to being promoted and spending other terms in this great school. 7B-OPPORTVNITY NN'e are not the proud possessors of a crystal bowl, so we must be content. to see our future through the shining



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THE MONITOR 27 watering-can that hangs in our win- dow. VVhat do we see! There is a beauti- ful American flag gently waving to Room 107. Does it say that we are to possess it? Up to date we have had 100 per cent bank deposits each banking day, so the prize is surely within our reach. There are also some figures on the side of the can indicat- ing a large number of advertisements for the school paper. Is that a sign for another prize? Opportunity knocked at our door so very gently on February first that we welcomed her to Room 107. What a great friend she has been to all of us! 7A1 THE 22ND CENTURY I was iiying down Angel Street in Heaven when I met my old friend, Mr. Graham, who told me that he was a school teacher. NVe discussed old schoolmates and school doings in 1930. 1Ve recalled how Charlotte Koll- myer and lVilliam Brown entertained the 7A assembly with their piano and violin selections. VVilliam Peavey's account of the shooting of a Wildcat and his displaying the skin were vivid to our minds. XVe remembered how we looked forward to the 7A Health Club meetings,-but here Gabriel ealled us, and so our pleasant reminis- cences were halted. 7A2 As this is our first term in the de- partmental system, we had difficulty in remembering to take the books needed for each period. Now, how- ever, we are quite used to the change and like it very much. Cooking for the girls and shop for the boys are new subjects and arc enjoyed by all. We are proud of our athletes, Charles Engle, who won first place in the District Swimming Meet, and VVit- mer Vtiilliams, our class artist, who won second place for high jumping in the City meet. 1Ve have had a very interesting and happy term. 7A3 The present term was marred by a very sad happening, the death of our Principal, Mr. Rainey. VVe all feel that we have lost a dear, good friend. Early in February, our class or- ganized a club known as The Better English Club. There was considerable discussion over the penalties for breaking the rules of correct speech. It would go hard with some of us if we were penalized every time we made a slip. However, we are all trying to be careful at all times, at home and on the street as well as in school. Twenty-two of our boys and girls have had 100 per cent in attendance. 7A4 Although we are new to the school, our ideas are firm and loyal in sup- port of No. 9. YVe have come from different local 6B schools, and from others in states far from New York, and are now happy to work together here. At baseball games We usually make more noise and cheer louder than the higher grades of our school. In our classwork, we have three very bright pupils. They are Gene- vieve Johnson, Lillian Doyle, and Jacob Dick. It is our hope that next term we shall all be together in a 7B class.

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