Prospect Hill School - Monitor Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1930

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32 THE MONITOR Tel., Prospect 0341 I R. UTHGENANNT 5 Delicatessen and Groceries 533 PARK PLACE BROOKLYN, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Tel.. Nevins 1935 BROOKLYN HEIGHTS TAILORS 200 Underhill Avenue Cor. St. John's Place BROOKLYN, N. Y. Telephone, South 0323 w The BARNSBEE HANSEN CO. Floor Surfacing Contractors Specialists in Refinishing' Old Floors 530 FIFTH STREET BROOKLYN, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. Abraham Sterzelbach COMPLIMENTS OF MRS. SOPHIE NEWMAN BARTENHAGEN'S Fine Candies 7200 FLATBUSH AVENFE BROOKLYN, N. Y. LOUIS DI PALMA .Dealer in All Kinds of F :sh and Sea' Food Hotel and Restaurant Supplies We Specialize in Boneless Fish 233 l-'LATBFSH AVENFE Bet. Dean and Bergen Streets BROOKLYN COMPLIMENTS OF MRS. A. W. MCKAY l Tel., Nevins 4664-4656 COMPLIMENTS OF H. ARMISTEAD DIUGUID MR. LESTER STERZELBACH H' A' DIUGUID' Inc' aaa FLATBITSH .xvrzxru BROOKLYN, N. Y. Tels., Pulaski 2360-2361-2362 P' I WOLF BROS. Wall Papers, Paints and Varnishes 1125-11:27 MYRTLE AVENUJ Compliments of li1iLdClOKLYN, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF EDYTHE MABEL MANNE MRS. HARVEY NEWMAN ' 11 tion THIS MONITOR when p g., l I 1

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THE MONITOR 31 CLASS GB3-THE BOY KNIGHT 6A4 Dear Readers: As the present edition of the Moni- tor goes to print, we think we are busier than bees could ever be. There seems so inueh going on that our little brains are quite in a whirl. Of eoruse, even though we are in school, we play a bit as well. Just at present we are looking forward to en- tertaining the Sixth Year Assembly with a play for llotherys Day entitled: "The Homemaker and Her Aidsf' In this little play we try to show that children must do, not merely talk, to be of real service to Mother. The following children have had perfect. attendance so far this term- Iiugene Dumbleton, Harold Feldstein. Gladstone Allsop, Bill Giancouri. Jerome Stein, Peter Yafakos, Al- exander Barnsbee, Stewart Block, Leonard Colucci, Richard Gooding, Dorothy Bohr, Marion Davies, Stella Kerness, Minnie Muscio, Anna Nas- lund, Inez Oleander, Ruth Reedy, Edith Trieling, Laura XVillian1s. 6A-OPPORTUNITY NVQ: have realized our dream and have nearly completed our first term in "The Big Schoolf, All agree that we have enjoyed it very inuch. The following pupils have had 100 per cent in attendance this term: Norman Tracy, Madeline Schmidt, Juanita Jones, Gladys WValker. Wve have enjoyed the Assembly programs given by the other Sixth Year classes. VH: hope to entertain the Assembly with a Decoration Day Program.



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THE M 583 The title of our play this terin was, "The Strongest Boy in the VVorld." The cast included Alice Ennis, Albert Peterson, Edgar Grasham, Marvin XVeiss, Raymond XVuenschal, Thomas Twonicy, and Jasper Diaz. The program was read by Edna Karnof- sky. Thirteen of our members were per- fect in attendance this term.. VVe were more successful with our punctuality record, most of us tried to live up to one of our proverbs: "Better late than never, but better still, never late." 515-I Extra I Extra ! Another class graduates from the little, red school- house to the fine, big new building! XVho's who in this class? Our Good Health Club is formed of both girls and boys fond of sports, and passing O NITOR 33 the daily health inspection. XVe have a Lindbergh Club for those who excel in Geography. VVe have especially en- joyed our study of the great open spaces of the XVest. VVe are all eager to travel and see these wonders for ourselves. Our growing accounts in the School Bank point the way to travel for all members of the Ben Franklin Thrift Club. "Save something" is our first motto. "See America first" is our second slogan. There are eighteen members in our Perfect Attendance Club. All aboard, Number Niners, for the happy vacation days ahead! 5A3 The pupils of 5A3 have had many new and interesting subjects this term. On March 20th, we presented a play entitled "America's Greatness." The aim was to prove the progress of our CLASS 6B4-PIRATE PERCY AND THE SLOVENLY SLOOP

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