Prospect Hill School - Monitor Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1930

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Prospect Hill School - Monitor Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 41 of 92
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Page 41 text:

THE MONITOR 39 l CLASS 6A3-THE MIRACULOUS PITCHER Fecney, Charles Jenson, Brenda Brom- H eld, Miriam Hartman. 5 4B-OPPORTUNITY IVQ had discussed so often this term the subject of more milk and better teeth that we decided to carry on our discussion with the other classes. VVe did this in our Assembly play, "IVho Said Six-Year Holars?" Those who took part were: Gertrude Silverman, Fairy Good Health, Blanche Sessa and Edward Ennis, two school children, and Frederick Taylor, Antonio Ciar- ciello, Jean Nicol, Angelina Spero, Audley Barrow and Edward NVilson, the six-year molar teeth. Bessie Nicho- las read the program. Those of us who had 100 per cent attendance are: Frances Amato, Iris Gustafson, Catherine liiercuris, Ger- trude Silverman, Angelina Spero, Audley Barrow, Thomas Castellano, Edward Ennis, and Edward IVilson. 4A3 Class 4A3 is spending its first term in the Intermediate Department. We feel quite grown up now that we have reached 4A. NVQ are trying very hard to keep up the good work that those before us have accomplished. Thrift has been one of our main slogans this term. Viie have twenty-two people depositing in our school bank. NVe are working hard for good at- tendance. So far we have fifteen peo- ple with 100 per cent attendance this term. They are: Teresa Byrnes. Doro- thy Dykeman, Edna Matthews, An- toinette Pucci, Edith Sandberg, Filo- mena, Serpico, Hilda Jones, Stanley Greenberg, Karl Lundstrom, Jerome Miller, Charles Munford, Albert Moul- trie, David Rigler, Allen Jones and Arthur Cooper. 4A-I This is our first term in the Inter- mediate Department. We have tried very hard to make it proud of us. All term we have been trying to keep healthy, so that we would have a good attendance record. Those ot' us who have 100 per cent in attendance and punctuality for the term are: Gus Dukas, Billy Flynn, Francis Hanover, John Nelson, Henry Podewitz, Bartholomew Tesiorieri, Frieda Ericson, Marion Gustavson, Dorothy Lewis, Edna Scliweiger, Felice Tocei. SBI Yes, the circus has come to 3B' Elephants, clowns, jumping-jacks, tigers in their cages and many other attractions. XVe are so busy drawing, cutting and pasting. Oh! it sure is great fun.

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SS 'I' H E M O N I 'I' O R AN ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. of Importance to Women! We are the Ofhcial Agency for the Celebrated Health Shoes for Women Known as Dr. CopIand's "Arch-of-Air" A Scientific Shoe SS, S6 and S7 Try a Pair - - - Walk on Air SCHINDLER'S Corner of Washington and St. Marks Avenues Brooklyn, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF' and Mrs. M. Arensberg COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carlson Mr. COMPLIMENTS OF and Mrs. D. B. Jacobs COMPLIMENTS OF HOWARD KLATT, '27 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND COMPLIMI-:NTS OF TWO FRIENDS I I I XIICK COMPLIMENTS OF Former Graduates MR. AND MRS. DENTON COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pesce I



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40 THE MONITOR hr r ' 1 O cn Q Q QQ WEE 32 A BROOKLYN 'S BEST ld E sy Compliments of An Old Graduate NICHOLAS J. OCCHIFINTO Tel., Nevins 1848 Phone For Food PEOPLE'S MARKET J. SENDROWITZ, Prop. CHOICEST 0F MEATS, POI'I.'l'RY. BUTTER, EGGS, CANNED GOODS 575 VANDERBILT AYENLE Bet. Pacific and Dean Sts., Brooklyn, N. Y. Phone, Prospect 3583 WILLIE KARP Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor HONIE DIADE CHOCOLATES 740 FRANKLIN AVENUE Brooklyn, N. Y. Sterling 8744 Anthony Fortunato, Prop. COMPLIMENTS OF Hygienic Barber Shop A FRIEND 119 so. oxl-'omm STREET BROOKLYN, N. Y. of P' S' No' 9 Tel., Nevins 0145 S' FLAX COMPLIMENTS 01-1 Fancy Fruits, Vegetables and Grvcerles Mr. Salvatore LoSchiavo 708 wAsnINo.1'oN AVENUE BROOKLYN, N. Y. JAMES ARMENTANO All Shoe Repairing Neatly Done First-Class Shoemaker and Shoe Shine Parlor GIG WYASHINGTON AVENYE BROOKLYN, N. Y. Prospect 3109 DR. LOUIS PINES Surgeon Dentist T45 FRANKLIN AYENUE Cor. Sterling Place Brooklyn, N. Y. Phone, Nevins 8166 Phone Us Your Order, We Will Deliver It WM. MULLER Choice Meats BEEF, NIUTTON, LAMB K VEAL, POULTRY AND GAME 65 UNDERHILL AVE. Cor. Bergen St. Telephone, Nevins 9065 Here Dwells Youth RUTH AND LEE Beauty Salon 837 CLASSON AVENUE Near Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, N. Y. Please mention THE MONITOR when patronizing advertisers

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