Seth Low Junior High School - Spectator Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1935

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cLAsS Dr J A K 183 S SEYHJganl-IS Yale Bender-Sniall, but oh my!! Charles CampsMrs. Gelber,s headache. Leonard Conve1--Writes knocks, gets boosts. Abe DavisoLend me your Algebra homework. Arthur Eisner-Walking talking machine. George Eisenberg-Silent Partner. Melvin Feferbergo-Paderewskiis protege. Irving FrankeliEvery library book is his text book. George Gerecitano-Our future newsboy. Sydney GlickmansAerotnuUic water boy. Aaron Gross-Harmonica is his pet. Louis GioiaiiiTeacher, itis 11:15.11 A'.fred Guarnier-Sheik of Araby. Stanley KinkisoSmall, but what a German student! Algira JovaisoBlond Venus. Lawrence KaplansHeill hit any monitor if he thinks heis right. Abe KipnissHe knows more than the teach- er? ? ? ? ? THE SPECTATOR Herman Kohler-He,11 do anything for citement. Bernard MageloOur future Houdini. William OS'EELZGerma is his Waterloo. Morris Moskowitz;Wh;nkiiztter rats are bred heill breed them. Donald Manheimer-Our future engineer of sanitation. Isadore Po'slockoThe other silent partner. George Riefmanos-A born leader. Milton RittersuThatk a gypfi Felix Siegman-Heill make something out of himself yet. Herbert SteinbergoBunky is his pet name. Edward UlakohAw, I didnit do it? Ezra Werner-All around sportsman. Lillian BarnettoHow much is x and y? Charlotte BrocksOur future surgeon. Loretta KosoiskyoGive her music, and will her feet go! Rita WeinbergoBoy shy? ? ? ?? Page Thirteen

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cuss" G! t J Ht. 193 5 ssmws , Jerome ShermanhWeissmulTer doesntt come near him. Joseph Maffai-hThe picture of ambition. Sidney LevinehCunningham the second. Lester Tuchmanhls my face red? Walter Pedersen-hOur great judge. 'William Weiner-The team needs me???? Joseph Kassh-Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Isabelle Warthhort, kind and simple. Norma Shalon-I didn,t do anything tMrs. Teichmam. Catherine RamierihThe great debator. Jeanne Leegew-Sweet and Charitable. Esta SiegalhA swell cheer leader. Mildred TepperhOh! What a writer. Shirley Citron-Lover of music. 'Moe DweckhMy mother cantt come. Sol GanonhAw Gee! Seymour ParkshGolden-voiced orator. Page Twelve Robert SchusterhTali, fair and handsome. Arthur Keslerhl have an article. Walter Mitchelthetll learn French tyetL Frank Savastah-One of the many Dukes. Henry SternhSeth Low's track star. Jerome Schneiderman-Thatts right. Robert BirnshHis favorite subject tureL Lewis StaracehHow about stamps???? Irving Goldsteinhl wasrft talking. Donald BraushTiny Tim the Math shark. Robert Sadoftheethoven II. Benjamin Milazzthome pal toh yeahU. Norma GrosshGood things come in small packages. t . Matilda Weintraub-hShares with all. Ruth MilhrathMiss Smith,s assistant. Carmine ZappahMy! Am I smart???? Murry Winnick-What time is it? Nathan ZuckermanhA handball champ. Uitera- THE SPECTATOR



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BUSH IF ' J A N. 183 5 . SET",,I;2!,I. JIHS , .555 ,. Adele AbadieeThe giddy-goody of 9B5. Regina Cain-She,s from the west but not like ttMaeP Sarah CavatioeAre you in the room? Vivian CharinieGood things come in small packages. Alice CoheneJtThe paper next week is 7c? Irma DiamondeC'ass Jewel. Grace Di Fiore-When Fiore tfuryy and Burr get together its BrrI! Ruth EpsteineitWell, here,s the change!,, Esther FineeThe fine MU half of Stein. Norma Gardella--At last! A silent woman. Shirley GoldinneA Chinese fantasy in Chow Mein. Esther GreeneOne of the Denioj Girls. Antoinette Guarinonur charitable Mada- moiselle Butterfiy. Fannie HymowitzeBangs! Bangs! Here comes Fannie. Asta JohnsoneFrom the land comes this fair maiden with grace fully laden. Irene JosepheNo, no, a thousand times no! Sheid rather die than say yes. Kate KornbluthHWhok waiting at the gate for Katie? of Garbo Charm and Marie KotowskyeIs there anything to say? Hannah KranzeDoes she like Business Train- ing??? Mildred Kuslanskykisees everything, and knows Peggy LashereAn eye for an eye and alas! for Lasher tsheis the presidenty Evelyn Lazar-aWhere is your better half? Bertha Lefkowitz-eOh! Here she is. Hilda LevyeHi, Claudette! everything, hears Page Fourteen Rose LevyeThe only Rose in 9B5, but there are other Lillies. Claire LiebliekeHere today and gone to- morrow. Rosalind LevenstieneFaster, faster, faster or 111 be late again. Margarite Maguire-Her charm will set you afire! ! ! Florence MarcuseJust a sensible girl. Esther MatzaeThe girl who can pass over any test. Irene NilseneFrom the land of the Midnight Sun; Irene is Representative No. One. Lillian Novim-Tt! Tt! Lillie the Toiler. Goldie PassineFreekles pass in but they never pass out. Ida PetkofskyeWhen knighthood was in Hower you were sweet as apple Cider. Sarah RubensteineLetis knit-a-wit. Dora RosenbaumeFood for thoughts and for the lions too. Leona RosenthaleeFuture mistsy fit model. Rachel ShamulaeShe is a good listener. Goldie SiegeiattSay, Pep, I just saw Chickiefi Yetta Sivakoff-e-The gay nineties had nothing on her. Natalie SteineA walking and talking . Phyllis StegmaneA right good writer. Helen SuarezeTrue to type. Ruth WeingereSileneia! Ruth VitoweSIim in figure but not in knowl- edge. Sonia ZasloweO. K. Kid! Hannah Zuckerman-Hey, Zuekie! Anne GoldsteineThe expert shopper. Elaine LosoweIs my face red! ! ! ! Mona Cohen-QMoanini Low! What a play! THE SPECTATOR

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