Thomas Jefferson High School - Aurora Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1941

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He rests . . . his brilliance illuminates the whiteness of the mountain . . . looking down he sees a speck . . . this becomes a figure struggling to climb . . . falling back . . . then again gaining strength to resume the struggle . . . the sun shines forth in all his splendor . . . his dazzling brilliance extends its strengthening warmth to refresh and enliven the figure . . . he shines down in a magnificent blaze . . . he shines upon a solid black robe . . . the figure is small, frail, bewildered, but the head is held high . . . behind the figure two guardians slowly follow . . . Ambition holding a book and Success holding a diploma . . . step by step the figure ascends the mountain . . . the sun rises from the mountain . . . his brilliance dimming . . . his warmth decreasing . . . he moves on slowly . . . peacefully . . . contentedly . . . a soft breeze finds its way to the cheek of the figure . . . with pounding heart . . . with steady step . . . with head held high . . . never turning . . . the figure takes the final step . . . the figure reaches the mountain top . . . nn 1 f M111 opiwl from julvs lfrviorlm' Hi NIU Rll'lC Ii. IIKN KIY We-rv iw lo 1-ouipare you, With vluss books of old, Wliilv xour avfvml nu'nioi'im-s . T' Still gxlillvr likv gold, Gocldvss Aruom, Uujust il may seem, For ou your gildvcl pagcs Wu 1mRvlcs'i' our di-mlm. Our pon guards our 1lA1u'1cs'1'. For the wise world must road. On your immortal pages l'lLli'll word is il svml. tlHl'lllSllPd wiili worry. lilllgllll'l'. auicl vairo. 'Twill grow in lIl5lllNl2lHl'0 Your upon your. Wifll bind our i1Am'1cs'i' Wiilh the strougvst of ropv. For each word we liaw wrillvn ls a bright ray of hope. 1.II.I.IIi Suomi November 18, 1940 Dear Graduates: In the last decade it has become increasingly evident that education plays an important role in establishing and perpetuating a system of government. We in America have come to realize that in a democracy, which is a continuously improv- ing way of life that requires intelligent direction and cooperative effort by all people, education is fundamental. Education must be an ever-growing process and a life- long changing activity if it is to serve its purpose. Only through education can our American way of life ever achieve its goal of cooperative living for the common good At Jeilerson you have been led through the early stages of an educational process by means of participation in social and intellectual pursuits. In various activities we have seen you display a readiness to consider the broader view, instead of the narrow and immediate oneg to make certain sacrifices and to subordinate your indi- vidual desires to the school welfare. We hope that these basic practices have become a part of you, and that they will be carried on into ever-widening areas so that as the years go by, you will feel the inner drive to understand and contribute to the American way of life intelligently and unselfishly. Please accept my congratulations on your reaching this milestone and my best wishes for your future, Your friend, ff wif ,V BOARD OF EDUCATION of The City of New York IIO Livingston Street Brooklyn, N. Y. THE BOARD OF SUPERINTENDENTS October 28, 19410 Dear Ieffersonians: In this world of checks and balances there seems to be a plus for every minus, and a minus for every plus. If you have not yet read Emerson's essay on Compen- sation you should do so. It will convince you that in every condition of life, while there may be burdens to be borne, there are compensating joys, and vice versa. When I accepted my new oflice I was delighted with the opportunity of being able to influence city wide policies in education. To go from an important school like Jefferson, to an important office at headquarters, seemed to me a natural step in the right direction. What I did not fully anticipate was the strength of my feeling of homesickness for the school and for the students and teachers whom I no longer could meet daily in the old way and under the old conditions. Memory goes back to days when I met you, not only more or less formally at assemblies, but in corridors, in classrooms and on stairways. Exchanging greetings with you, as well as ideas, had become part of my life. I loved to see your spon- taneous smiles and I did what I could to mitigate some of the hardships of living which you bore so bravely. It had become a habit to look for you and to identify myself with you and your interests. It is therefore no ordinary farewell that I say this time. In fact it is no farewell at all. Always in my mind as long as the good Lord spares me, you will be there as I knew you within the walls of dear old Jefferson to which we all gave the best we had. I want to thank you for dedicating this issue of the Aurora to me and to wish you in the many, many years to come, not only deserved success in business and in the professions, but a great measure of personal happiness. Your friend, and alas, no longer principal, ' I -xg Ji 7 -.,-,,- 5 .D TO DR. ELIAS LIEBERMAN For the winger! words that inspired the enthusiasm and high ideals of Thomas fefforson High School, our Friend, our Mentor, and our Principal. ,A 'f in ' 9 . ,z H ' -wi 'iff' W Wil 3' Q? DANIEL J.ImII's, president ' JOIIN CIIRIsTIAN, vice-president FIMNCI-is IIVBIN, secretary MILDRIID cnworr, treasurer ado icerzi Fellow Graduales: Commencement signifies the completion of four pleasant years of school work and marks our departure from a gCIl9I'0l1S faculty which has ably assisted us. Toler- ance, the need for individual thought and expression and the value of refinement were presented to us through the daily lessons. Unfortunately, we are entering a world where democracy is being attacked and equity is stagnating. It shall be our task to cooperate in the regeneration and per- petuation of these virtues. We students have worked together during these school years and I firmly believe we possess the ability to undertake this burden. At times We may have to struggle against ignorance, prejudice and temptation. Nevertheless, if we are determined and we remember what has been taught to us in Jefferson, we cannot help but succeed iI1 making this world a better place to live in for all. Sincerely yours, DANIEL JARMUS 13 lfll"0l"a 'Wars Editor-in-Chief ,,,,, .. Lollie Ziontz Literary Editors .. .. Florence Dzvoslrin Eleanor uUt'l.SIICI'g Isaac SFIIIQSOIIII Editorial Assistants Sara 1'vlf'iS,ll?l'g' Rachel Rosen lulia Schockefl Elaine W'eir1l1crg Art Editors . .. Evelyn Lapirlns M an rice H ayki n Faculty Advisers Mrs. Elsa f. SlIl'l'lIIlIlI Mrs. Leonline Speluver Mr. Ben f:lf'llI1'Il1S Mrs. Madeline B. Quinn All candid photography in the Aurora was done Ivy Mr. Leon Brown. The tree is known by its fruits. MATTHEW, 20. BERNARD ABRAMOWITZ N. Y. U. C. P. A. As far as mathematics is concerned. Bernard is quite inter- ested in figures. JACK ABRAMOWITZ "JAKE" Brooklyn. Fireman. Senior Council. Finishing up a three year stretch. CERTRUDE ABRAMS Stenograplter. Shorthand, but big brain. SHIRLEY ABRAMS Lamb's Business College. Book- keeper. Senior Council, Student Patrol, Sec. to Mrs. Sokolove. Like a game of brid,f:,e. She's full of tricks. CERTRUDE ABRAMSON "TOY,-Ill" Brooklyn. Health Squad, Sec. to Nlrs. Cordon. Hebrew Club. The Wandering Jew shall wander no more. ANITA ABRAMOWITZ "RED" C. C. N. Y. Private Secretary. C. O. Rep.. Sec. to Mrs. Chavin. Which side of the desk, Anita? RUTH ACKERMAN C. C. N. Y. Accountant. Pin St Ring Com., Bank Rep. Full of charm and vitality, Thereis no one with more personality. HELEN ADER "LYNNE" Secretary. Quiet, modest and dignified. SHIRLEY ADELMAN C.C.N.Y. Civil Service. Pro- gram Com., Sten Club, Arista. Sweet and smart is an accomplished act. JOE ADLER Hebrew Club, Dramatic Club. In his time he played many parts. MURRAY ADLER "BUTCH" Brooklyn. Aeronauti- cal Engineer. Hebrew Club. Had I the wings of an angel, up into the air I would fly. SYLVIA ADLER "BRIGHT-EYES" Secretary. Sec. to Mrs. Wacker. Sec. to Miss VVilgard, Record Office. The Hayes" have it. FANNIE AFROMOWITZ Her slats-'s as clean as a Rinso wash. SELMA AIBEL 'iSEL" N. Y. U. Music Teacher. Sec. to Mr. Green, Sec. to Nlr. Melov. When she's in a scrape or fix, She draws on her musical bag of tricks. HERBERT AIC "TYRONE" N. Y. U. Criminologist. S. P. Capt., Senior Council, Service Council. Irrepres- sible asset to Dewey. JOHN ALLEC-RO Oh, Johnny, not one note! DORA ALPERT "DUCKY" Secretary. Sec. in Arbi- tration Court, Advertising Mgr. of Liberty Bell, Ser- vice Council. Sec's there are not few, But who com- petes with you? MIRIAM ALTEIN C. C. N. Y. Accountant. Arista, Senior Council, President's Council. Sparkling, pretty, gay and witty. BENNETT ALTMAN "BOB,' Pace Inst. C. P. A. Swimming Team C3 Termsl, C. 0. Delegate fannexl, Student Patroler. An eye for figures. IDA AMRON Brooklyn. Hebrew Club, Scenic Squad, Library. 1'donno, but Ida does. BEULAH AMSEL. Student Patrol, "Liberty Bell" Rep- resentative, Hebrew Club. Tall and bright, A shining light. STELLA ANSELL "BLONDIE" Secretary. Switch- board operator, Sec. to Miss Kelly in infirmary, Sec. to Miss Neirenberg. Always sunny, always gay, Talking merrily on her way. ALMA ANTENEN 'ALALLYH All a's for her. ROBERT APPELBAUM "BOBBY" Student Patrol. A quiet taste. SUMNER APPELSTEIN "BLACKIE" C. C. N. Y. Chemist. C. O. Delegate. Ahead of the masses, anyway. SYLVIA ARFIN "SHUGAH" Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Feldman, Sec. to Mr. Auslander, Sec. to Miss Nieren- berg. Sylvia has that charming way, Always cheerful, pleasant and gay. ANNA ARONSON Brooklyn. Arista, Chorus. A star in the garden of brilliance. IRVING ASIIER "CURLY" Brooklyn. Pharmacist. Will Curly go far in Pharmacy? JOSEPH ATERNO Beautician. Beauty reigns su- preme. ANTOINETTE ATLAS 'tTONl" Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Tenrosen, Senior Council. A girl who feels the words she speaks, To have her way he always seeks. GLADYS ATLlS Arista, Service Council, Program Committee. A litan with titian hair. MILDRED AUERBACH "MIMI" Brooklyn. Teach- ing. Student Patrol. Mimi is all her name implies, Merry, jolly with crinkling eyes. HAROLD AUSUBEL Arista. Pythagorean. He's learned equations that may lead him to the heights. tg l ELLIOT AYISON "CllARLEY" Juilliard. Musician. School Orchestra. School Military Band. With his sax- ophone and clarinet We guarantee heill get there yet. ARLINE BABICH Hunter. Dietitian. Student Pa- trol. To thine own self be true! HILDA BAER "SHORTY" Hunter. Nurse. Glee Club, Hebrew Club. A singing nurse. HERB BAILEN "RED" C. C. N. Y. Accountant. Student Patrol. A Jefferson jitterbug. ELAINE llARRlETTE BAKER Pratt Designing School. Dress Designer. Service Council, Aurora, Senior Council. Willing to do not dream a deed, She'll work quite hard to fill your need. GRACE BALABAN Business School. Business Ma- chinery Comptometrist. Student Patrol. Here is a girl that is sweet and shy, Let us hope that she gets by. PEARL BALCOFF "PECl'llE" Secretary. Student Patrol. Here's to a maiden simple and sweet Just the kind you love to meet. ADELE BULKAN C. C. N. Y. Teacher. Aurora Staff, Program Com., Sec. to Mrs. Catania. Clever, charming, and petite, A combination hard to beat. JACK BARNETT "J.B." Brooklyn. Aviation. Senior Council, Bank Representative. The Glamour Boy of Brownsville. MILLIE BARONE Bookkeeper. Sec. to Mrs. Chavin, Sec. to Miss Thurm, Sec. to Miss Meehan. Millie will be Sec. to none. ETHEL BARR "RED" N. Y. Il. Accountant. Stu- dent Patrol, Health Squad. Her gold-red hair and big green eyes Make her loveliness no surprise. REYNOLD BARRACK "ALLAN" Jeffersonian Dra- matic Soeiety, Clee Club. Interested in the finer things in life. SHYLEUR BARRACK "BORIS" Brooklyn. Jeffer- sonian. "Comes the Revolution and the pink cards will flow like borschtf' CE UDE BARTNICKA 'f ITTERBU ' Secretary. Lea a 1 . She gifs 'pe of eatt es boys h 1 are ye ' ue n rec hr , s q. ANDREW BARTOSZEWSKI 'ASII0 . . Il. C. P. A. Student Patrol. What latent power lies be- neath this calm exterior. EDDIE BASIINER USLASII BASIP' Engineering. Swimming Team. A whiz at figures. JOHN BATURA "BATTY" Roosevelt. Aviation Me- chanic. Ile has all the qualities to pass testsg brains, ability, and the answers in his vest pocket. DOROTHY BECK Bookkeeper. Student Patrol. Comely and fair, With nice hrown hair. LILLIAN BECK "BECKY" Secretary. Student Pa- trol, Sec. to Mr. Schoenlank. lf dark hair and dark eyes belong to a belle, Then Becky's one we all can tell. SAM BECK No service "Beck"oned him. JEAN BECKER "GINGER" Jewish Hospital. Nurs- ing. Student Patrol, Sec. in English Othee. Ginger--4 the spice of life. JOE BEHAR HSPIC' C. C. N.Y. Accounting. Saves his spare time for future activity. REBECCA BEHAR "BECKY" Secretary. G. O. Rep. A sweet, neat package. IDA BELINSKY "IKIE" C. C. N. Y. Accountant. Student Patrol, Sec. to Miss Saslow. Colden rays are in het' hair, She's seen with a smile most everywhere. SYLVIA BEI.I.ER Secretary. Student Patrol. Service Council, Sec. to Mrs. Chavin. Always seems to he in at scramble, But hefore a mirror she loves to amlmle. JACK BENADERI-IT Budget Cont. A promising stu- dent. always promising to do better. JOSEPH BENDER "JOE" C. P. A. Student Patrol. An S. P.. hut nice. MILDRED BENEZRA "MICKEY" Pratt Institute. Commercial Artist. Sec. to Miss Iflaunt. lt's nice to be natural When you're naturally nice. HELEN BENJAMIN "BENJY" Ilunter. Dietitian. Health Squad 4Nurset, Song: K Cheer tCirl's Rallyb. Red Cross Clulu. She-'s just what she is What hettet report A girl. a friend A very good sport. KATHLEEN BENJAMIN "KATHY" Bookkeeper. Sec. to Dr. Klein, llealth Squad. Student Patrol. Cig- gling, gay and witty To add to this she's pretty. ADA BERDANSKY Alabama University. Nurse. Service Council, Sec. to Miss Meehan, Attendance Squad Captain. A comfort to any patient. ESTHER BERC Hunter. Program Com., Sec. to Mr. NI. C. Cohen, Senior Dramatics Club. Sweet-tempered, even if her hair is red. CULDIE BERGER N. Y. U. Modeling. Student Pa- trol, Aurora Typist. Her ltair's the gold You'd like to mold. BERNARD BERKUWITZ "BERKIE" N. Y. U. Re- search. Ile wishes he was born rich instead of hand- some. SIDNEY BERKOWITZ "SHAYL" N. Y. U. Dentist. No matter how hard we try we cannot knock a regular "guy." SHIRLEY BERKOWITZ Delehanty Institute. Clerk. Program Com., Tennis Club, Sec. in Office of Girl's Dean. Still water runs -M-- . SEYMOUR BERMACIIER "SUNNY" Perrv Naval Academy. Admiral. Poor little fish. 1 DAVID BERMAN Cooper Union. Art. Vice-Presi- dent of Student Patrol, Service Council, Art Squad. A promising student. MARTIN BERMAN "MIlTT" Colorado School of Mines. Mining Engineer. lle's going places. MORTON BERMAN "SUNNY" Brooklyn. Teacher. Budget Com., Program Com.. Assistant to Mr. Dolgenas. Balance the teacher's budget, Sonny. DAVID BERNSTEIN "PEE WEE" What he seems to lack in height Ile makes up with lots of fight. ELAINE BERNSTEIN 'KEEKH Barnard. Journalist. Liberty Bell. Budget Com., Service Council. Eek writes her column in the Liberty Bell If you don't like it- so you don't. IDA BERNSTEIN "BUNNIE" Private Secretary. Clee Club. With many a social virtue graced, As pri- vate sec. she'd like to be placed. RENEE BERNSTEIN C. C. N. Y. Accountant. Senior Council, Sec. to Mr. Harrison. Student Patrol. A laugh, a chat, a lot of fun, A dimpled smile for everyone. RUTII BERNSTEIN Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Riley, Sec. to Mr. Spevak. She enters the office shyly, And smiles with Mr. Riley. SIDNEY BERNSTEIN "SUNNY" Brooklyn Ac- counting. Hebrew Club. Wanted for killing the king's English. SHIRLEY BEZOZA Secretary. Arista, Sec. to Miss Gordon, Student Patrol. Although sl1e's small She'll be queen of them all. P BEATRICE BIALES Cooper Union. Art. Student Patrol, Poster Club. Beatrice is witty, As well as pretty. HAROLD BIELSKI "BUCK" Brooklyn. Engineer. Dance Band, Orchestra. Let's hope your bridges don't jitter. STAN BIRKE "SAMMY" Delehanty Institute. Diesel Engineer. Senior Council, Presidentis Council. Ile likes girls, he's not so slly, And altogether l1e's one swell guy. EDWARD BIRNBAUM Service Council, Biology Squad. Edward is a blossom on a pear tree. DORIS BLOCK Brooklyn. Bookkeeper. Cla-e Club, All City Chorus, Sec. to Miss Thurm. Song and laugh- ter are her goal, Lilling tunes and frolic droll. JESS BLOCK MACK" Texas A. 8: M. Ycterinary. He received his doctor's degree for cutting: class. MILTON BLOCK 'SAIILTYU Aviation Mechanic Always up in the air. SYLVIAVBLOCK Secretary. Aurora, Sec. to Miss Wilcox, Sec. to Mrs. Freedman. Your joy and gait-ty complete A charm that makes you very sweet. IIARRIET BLOONI Ilunter. Teacher. Student Pa- trol. If smiles were things that kept you alive. Ilarriet would live to ninety-live. REGINA BLOONI "IPPY" Brooklyn. Service Coun- cil, Club Editor of Aurora, Arbitration Court. XVIIPH offered candy. Regina says "No," But into the bag. her hand does go. It-L-ff1an.aI.' like SAM BLOONI 'EABE' Fordham. Doctor. Pro- jection Squad. The little man with a black bag. SADIE BI.lfMENFELD "KELLY" Paco Institute. Court Steno. Service Council, Hostess Club, President St Senior Councils. A good sport, a good student, al- ways jolly, always prudent. TILLIE BOHRER "TERRY" Secretary. Teacher teacher have a care Or you will wake this inaidcn fair. RUTH BOLBER "CABY" C. C. N. Y. Advertising. Arista, Judge of Arbitration Court, Kagathos. Ruth is truth. FANNIE BOOK "FAYE" C. C. N. Y. Private Sec- retary. Sec. to Mrs. Quinn, Ilostess Club. Regents Folder Com. Faye will always lend a hand, That's why we think sheis grand. MARTIN BORKAN "BlICKY" Brooklyn. Liberty Bell, Arista, Service Council. An heir to the Fourth Estate. MORRIS BORIICHNIAN UMISCIIAV' C. C. N. Y. Doctor, Orchestra Quartet. A fiddler he pretends to be But you should hear him scratch the "BEET BENJAMIN BORYSINK "WHlTEY" Ilis service is as light as his hair. JOHN BOSCARINO HBOSCON St. Johns. Accoun- tant. English Book Room Squad. A Hercules of the Book Room. CLADYS BOTWIN "GLAD" Brooklyn. Lawyer. Public Speaking Club, Current Problems Club, Sec. to Mr. Harris. Any time of day or night Our Cladys tights for right. EDITH BOTWINOFF "HONEY" Secretary. Sec. to Miss Schiller, Switchboard Operator. Sec. to Miss Nier- enberg. Long black hair and eyes of brown, When Edith dances she goes to town. SHIRLEY BOWERSKY "SHERRY" Secretary. Pro- gram Com., Sec. to Mr. Schoenlank. Service Council. We think she's secretarially inclined. ABE BRATT "JIM" Bratt is his name, not his description. STANLEY BRECHER 'AWOLFW Brooklyn. Scientist. Current Problems Club. His first name is Stanley. We hope he '. ma ily. EI EENVVQNN R "LI ". usint-ss School. Cn ,e , ianist. Q11 . .1-c. to Mrs. Cutter. X61-,lyclvtlrxns inxb gr Il' lien speaqjces daily. V K I vi! V ' of , ,A v SHIRLEY BRENNER "SCIlNOOI'SIE" Curr:-nt Problems Club, Peace Council. Sec. to Mr. Reynolds. A peace leader. MORRIS RRESALIER C. C. N. Y. Accountant. Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. Rosenberg. IIe's a pilgrim on the path of least resistance. IDA BRESLOW 'LBABEN Iluntcr. Ilat Dt-signer. Attendance Squad. A very pretty and jolly lass So welre glad she's in our class. HENRY BRIEF Brooklyn. Journalist. Liberty Bt-ll. Program Com., Service Council. Are you tht- soul of wit? WILLIAM BRIEF i'B.R." N. Y. Il. Electrical En- gineer. Varsity Football Team, Senior Council, First Aider. The soul of wit, Il:-'s brief. ,IOIIN BRINSON Howard Ilniversity. Accountant. Sec. to Mr. Casey, Clee Club. C. O. I'ra-sidcut in Sack- man Annex. As snappy as his clothes. ANNE BROD NDUCIIESS' Georgia Tech. Clee Club Member. Danced for Class Night, Student Patrol. With lots of talent shc was blessed, Her singing and dancing arc the best. IIARRIETTE BROIVIPMAN "FI.O" Student Patrol. A student patrollcr with one ambition. To issue pink cards, mass distribution. TERESA CALABRETTA "TERRY" Ollie:-Girl. Rt-d haired and petite. Also exceedingly sweet. MIRIAM BROSNICK Bookkeeper. Sec. to llliss Thurm. Sec. to Miss Meehan. Quiet and cheerful, Hut never fearful. LIl.I.IAN BROWN lluuter. Private Secretary. Sec. to Mrs. Iloeg. A swcet little girl with a bright mind, Such a girl is Ilard to find. MARTIN BROWN Student Patrol. One of "those." HERBERT BIIRRIS 'LPINKY' Brooklyn. Law. A well paced burro. VINCENT CAFISO l'.lINlfNIY" Alabama. Sec. to Mr. Blum. English Book Room Squad. The answer to a maiden's prayer. CLARA CALDERON "RED" Designer. I.ike a game of bridge. Full of tricks. REGINA CAIIIIII "RECCIE" Dress Designer. An- other queen like Molyneux. JACOB CANTOR "COACH" C. C. N. Y. Accoun- tant. Arista, Civil Service Club. Through hard work and persistent force Ile goes forward on his destined course. SYINIA CARLISI "RONNlE" Student Patrol. Per- sonality -f- pep. MORRIS CASSORIA Swimming Team. flII1ll'lIlllI,., fcllow. .IOSEPII CASTORIN.-'I Ile's Hwcll Rrcatl" just finished a -I year "loaf." GENEVA CERIITTI Secretary. Very quiet and de- nture. ll friend ol all wt-'re very sure. NORMAN CHAIMOWITZ "CHAINIO" Pace Insti- tute. Business Administration. Says nothing and it sounds great. ZENA CHAMPAGNE "ZEE" Sec. to Liberty Bell, Student Patrol. Drink to me only with thine eyes. JOHN CHANDA ",IOCK" R. R. Engineer. Casey Jones. HAROLD CHAPMAN "CHAPlE" Brooklyn. ,Iournf alist. Current Problems Club. Fair color. fair play. IRENE CHARNEY "RED" Nurse. Library. Ared nurse but not cross. SEYMOUR CHAZANOW C. C. N. Y. Most ambitious after the seventh period. RUTH CHERNOFSKY "RICKY" Secretary. Regents Folder Com. ls Ricky tricky? HELEN CHERPACK "CHIP" C. C. N. Y. Teacher. Senior Council, President's Council, Senior Dramatics Society. Helen is both clever and sweet, A finer girl is hard to meet. ROSALIND CHERRY Business School. Bookkeeper. Her talking diet is two words a day. ELEANOR CHICK "ClIICKlE" Business. She's on the candy line! MIRIAM CHICER Stenographer. Current Problems Club, Sec. to Mrs. Reiger. A girl people can only praise and admire. SHIRLEY CHNIELNITZKY "CllNlELlE" Brooklyn. Hebrew Teacher. Sec. to Mrs. Catania. Sec. to Mr. Horowitz, Service Council. Iler ebony tresscs are not all she possesses. MIRIQM LITRO '3 sang.-I-. strut.-.tt im. trol. ,e fSqu64 ' . t .Ir. R-osenman. Smiling, cheefful. always depentlablq Nothing about her that isn't commendable. ,I lylf ff,1 V1 JOHN CHRISTIAN Cornell. Agriculture. Yice-I'resi- dent of Senior Class, Co-Captain of Football Team, Akelas. The boy that's always kicking. ABRAHAM COHEN "R. H. MACY" American Uni- versity. Toxicology. Sec. Service Council, Senior Coun- cil, Rep. T. ,I. ll. S. in All City Chorus. Represents Thomas Jefferson on Park and Fifth Avenues. ALBERT COHEN C. C. N. Y. Advertising. Pin Sz Ring Rep., Student Patrol. Homework-ffwherefore art thou? ANN COHEN HCABANNIA' Secretary. Clee Club. The most attentive student after dismissal. ANNA COHEN HDIICHESSN Comptoinelrist. Sec. to Mr. Harrison. Civil Service Club, Sec. to Mr. Cohen. With charm and personality blessed In pretty clothes she's always dressed. IIYMAN COHEN "JACKIE" Rrooklyn. Science. l hope he serves science more than he served the school. IRVING COHEN III Brooklyn. Chemist. Ramsay Chemistry Club. The third of the Irving Cohcns but not one-third. IRVINC COHEN "SWEENEY" l'. S. Marine Corps. Ile doesn't have to join the navy. Ile-'s at sea already. IRVINC COHEN C. C. N. Y. Engineer. Sec. to Mr. Harrison. Sec. to Miss Peters, Student Patrol. Prob- lems in math this boy does not vex, he knows them all, from A to X???????? LARRY COHEN "LAB" Cornell. Agriculture. Sleep little earthworm, don't you cry-I'Il be a farmer by and by. LILLIAN COH EN A little work, a lot of play, a ready Iaugh4that's I.illie's way. MILDRED COHEN C. C. N. Y. Business Woman. Arista, Aurora, Student Patrol. Her credentials are thus: Intelligence, character and personality plus. SEYMOUR COHEN 'TBEAUI BRUMMEL' Poly- technic. Research Chemist. Cooperation is the basis of success. SHELDON COHEN '4SHELLIE" Cooper Union. Mechanical Engineer. Do machines work when they're not in use? SIIIRLEY COIIEN Bookkeeper. As changeable as the weather. A SHIRLEY COHEN Private Secretary. We've often woniiered what makes her tick, Sl1e's so remote and yet so c nc. SID COHEN "QUINNE" N. Y. U. Accountant. Student Patrol, Football Team. Another Sid Luckman? SYLVIA COIIEN "TSIP" Brooklyn. Teacher. Oth- cer's Council, Ping Pong Club, Health Squad. Even if she fails her math, she still has her curves. YETTA COHEN Sec. to Mr. Sakol, Liberty Bell Rep. Yetta 'nother Cohen. RAY CONFINO Secretary. Student Patrol. She is always just lots of fun. She has a smile for everyone. FLORENCE COOPER "FLORRY" C. C. N. Y. Teacher. Arista, Kagathos, Service Council. Sports- manship, service, success combined A winning smile with a conquering mind. JOSHUA COOPER ",IOSI'I,' Carnegie Tech. Aero- nautical Engineer. Orchestra, Liberty Bell Rep., String Quintet. You can't "josh" Cooper. PEARL COOPERMAN "AL" Comptometrist. Un- sophisticated and sweet A combination hard to beat. FREDA E. COOPERSTEIN "FRITZIE" Model. Sec. to Dr. Kramer, Regents Folder Com., Aurora. A face with velvet-like skin And a heart that is pure within. LOUIS COREN "LUlGI" C. C. N. Y. Accounting. Always in time to be late. twhen a friend needs him.J HELEN COVEN Hunter. Teacher. Sec. to Mr. Melov, Student Patrol, Sec. to Mrs. Wells. What care I how tall I be, All the world looks up to me. ROSE CIIDYKER Tabulator. Sec. to Miss Natelson. As unicei' as they come, Shc's full of fun. BENJAMIN CYPRESS K'DOC" Columbia. Doctor. Cood luck-Doc! GEORGE CUMMINGS Secretary to Mr. Siegel. He came, he went. Let's hope he conquers. ALFRED CZERNER "AL" C. C. N. Y. Music-ian. Soccer Team. Here's another plaee where Al used his head. FLORENCE. DANENBEIQC C. C. UN. Y. C. l'. A. Senior Dramatic' Club. .v fistf. Personality plus pep Will give -hes a iaugous "rep," -, -' BEATRICE DANKNER "DARK-EYlX5" Stenographer and Typist. Student Patrol. Worked for Miss Rivere, Worked with Dr. Lieberman on diplomas. A girl with virtues rare, The answer Io a young man's prayer. DEBORAH DANTO "GYPSY ROSE LEE" Business. Secretary. Co-Captain of Student Patrol. Serviee Coun- cil, See. to Mrs. E. Goldberg. Oh say can't you see Gypsy Rose Lee? JEAN DANZIGER C. C. N. Y. Aeeounting Teaeher. Arista. Serviee Couneil, President of llebrew Clttb. Intelligence and beauty are reeognized, Can any woman be more prized? BERTHA DAVID Program Com.. See. to Miss Mt-eltau, Current Problems Club. Her smile's serene, her tem- per's mellow, She leaves worry to the other fellow. ORLANDO DAVINO "HANK" C. C. N. Y. Patrol- man. Student Patrol, Football Team. Orlando lfurioso or Don Juan? RALPH DELITSKY Brooklyn. llistory Teaeher. Ralph has a fine school spirit-hasn't failed to pay his C. O. dues for twelve terms. MINNIE DEMBOWITZ "DlMPLES" Private Seere- tary. Health Squad t2 termst. Asst. See. of tl. O.. See. to Mr. Beckenstein. She-'s lovely and sweet. and a treat to meet. STELLA DENENMARK Secretary. Student Patrol. Smiling, cheerful, always dependable. Virtues sweet that make her commendable. OLGA DERKACH Private Seeretary. See. to Air. Tenrosen. Olga loves to take dictation For this she has a reputation. ESTHER DER MANllELlAN "l"RENCllY" Rook- keeper. For her temper we seareh in vain, lt's not as fiery as her name. FLORENCE DELTSCII Seeretary. Library Asst., Red Cross Club. Something sweet, something snappy. Al- ways. gay. always happy. ELSIE DICHTENBI-IRG "DICllTY" Clee Club. Ping Pong Cltlb. A song, a pieture. a llower in bloom Wiill always make our Diehty swoon. LOTTIE DILLER Business Sehool. Secretary. A "diller" a dollar Our Lottie's a seholar. NATHAN DINOFSKY N. Y. Il. Doctor. Student Patrol. See. to Mr. Coldberger. ls there a doctor in the house? JACK DOLSKY Photography. Captain of Student Patrol, Serviee Council. Consulting .ludge of Arbitration Court. Hats law given you tlte fair side of the pieturc? NHLDRED DORENIAN "NllDCE" Student Patrol. llealth Squad. Always helpful. always gay. That is Mildred Dorfman's way. IRYING DOLTNSKY N. Y. ll. Aeeountant. See. to Mr. Bloom. Always a smile. always a grin: That's how Irving keeps in trim. JACK A. DUNENI-'EID t'.l:KKE" N, Y. ll. Eleetrieal Engineer. The perfeet senior'--no wonder he's ltad more praetiee than most of us. LOl'lS DORSKY "L0l"' West Point. If he tloesn't wind up at the point. lit'-ll be a eounter point. BERNARD DOSSICK "GARDENIA" Cornell. Vet- erinarian. Friend of the under-dog. SEYMOUR DRESHER Brooklyn. Biologist. On the heels of Darwin. PAUL DUBENETSKY "DUBY" Football Team Var- sity. One reason why the girls went to the game. SI BIN +L , T" E. . Y. AC. countant. K , ec. to . Ri , ming Club. Twink g yes, danci g eet- mbination hard to beat. MILTON DUBINSKY "SQUIRT" Mechanical Avi- ation. Given a gag, he still would talk. SADIE DUNN "COBlNA" C. C. N. Y. Bookkeep- ing Teacher. Senior Council, Current Problems Club. Here is one who's full of fun. FLORENCE DWOSKIN Pratt Institute. Commercial Advertiser. Senior Editor of the Jeffersonian, Literary Editor of the.Aurora, Senior Council. Here's a senior whose ambition and aim ls to write her way to fortune and fame. ELEANORE DZIADZIULA Secretary. A girl about whom we've something to say, For she's O. K. in every way. RUTH EBENHOLTZ Brooklyn. Teacher. Arista. Sec. to Mrs. Artale, Student Patrol. Simple and true We need more like you. SIGMUND EBNER Arista, Circulation Stall of Liberty Bell, Service Council. The sig in significant. BERNARD C. ElSBERG "lCEY" N. Y. U. Dentist. Varsity Football, Chemistry Club, Student Patrol. There are only two students in the school, and l'm both. LILLIAN EDELMAN Stenographer. llealth Squad. Sec. to Mr. Sakol. Her very sunny disposition Will keep her in a grand position. ETTIE EHRENBERG Private Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Zack, Sec. to Mr. Sorokoff, Pin Sz Ring Rep. A breezy laugh, a joke or two A flash of wit-of course it's you. DORIS EICER "DOSSIE" Hunter. Bookkeeper and Secretary. Regents Folder Com.. Student Patrol, Aurora Stall. Here's one girl we will vouch, Never known to wear a grouch. ELEANOR EIVEN "CHlNK" Private Secretary. Sec. to Mrs. E. Goldberg, Sec. to Mr. Shepard. Eleanor is a type-ist! ESTELLE ELIAS "PEANUT" Actress. Marlene "Diet"rich her favorite. HYMAN ELIAS "SPlCK" Business. What part does Spit-k play in Span? JOSEPH ELITOWITZ C. C. N. Y. Civil Engineer. Captain of Student Patrol, President Council, Service Council. One of the elite of Jefferson. MILTON ELKIN "SHORTY" Brooklyn. Draftsman. lf joke hooks were an education, held be a sensation. EVELYN EMMERMAN "EMMY" C. C. N. Y. Book- keeper. All E's are excellent. ANNA ENCEL Bookkeeper. Orchestra. She swings at her figures. Q LOUIS ESKANAZY C. C. N. Y. C. P. A. Liberty Bell Circulation Squad, .leflersonian Circulation Squad. Onward and upward! ZEPPORAH ESSROC "ZEPl'Y" C. C. N. Y. Secre- tary. Service Council. Pres. Council, Sec. to lllr. l.cwit- tes, llehrew Cluh. The cutr- girl is full of pep Among her friends, she-'s known as Z1-p. MIRIAM lf'l'TlNClfR Bookkeepcr. Scc. to Mrs. E. Goldberg. The yrl who says shc'll ncvcr pass Sho gets gt od tnarks ' ev 'y c ass. if Y. P' A q'l"'Ll?JCER Brooklv .Liht rv A itant rj 1 . 1 ' ' lt. " 1 ss s , mzxagkluir. She has virttu-' si 1l'1gddess of old, 1 tfwojl iid and neve.1',tq0'holh. ANNE EVANS Secretary. llcalth Squad. llank Rep., Sec. to Mrs. Goldberg. Browns:-yed hrunctte Person- ality? You het! PAUL FALK Brooklyn. Jeflersonian. llove hooks, except those I get in school. HELEN FARBER Bookkeepcr. Current l'rohlenb Cluh. A colorful politician. lDA FARBICR Nlanhattan Dental Assistants School, lnc. Dental Assistant. Student Patrol. Sec. to Mrs. Davis. We have no grounds to knock this lass Shi-'s one of the nicest in the class. LILLIAN FARBERMAN "LINDA" Sccrctary. Scc. to Mrs. Cohen. Student Patrol. Typist for Aurora. ller smile is disarming llcr personality charming. SEYMOUR FASS Brooklyn. Service Council. Senior Council. Arista. llis name is Fass, his hrain is fast. lle is surc to hreak some records. FRIEDA FEDER Bookkeeper. Sec. to Miss McDanicl. Clce Cluh. Scc. to Mr. Rosenherg. Always sunny. al- ways gay. Ncver hlue on a rainy day. BESSIE l7ElNBEl'lG MDOBBYY C. C. N. Y. llook- keeper. Senior Class Hook Staff Knocks 81 lloosts, Student Patrol, Bank Rcp. llcr winning smile is pcr- fect and sweet, It makes her loveliness more complctc. IRVING l"l'1lNBlilRC C. C. N. Y. Accountant. Arista, Bank Com., Service Council. lrving is so fast, his future' is hehind him. LEONARD FEINBERC Artist. Student Patrol, Artist. lle distrihutes pink cards likc an artist. MAX FEINBERG Brooklyn. Accountant. Good re- writeman, especially at copying llomcwork. MURIEL FEINHFRC g'NORMA" Savage. Gym Teacher. Leaders Club, C. O. Rep., Sec. to Mr. Acker- ntann. A helpful person is she. Always using her encrgy. IDA FIZINERHAN Brooklyn. Bookkeepcr. Politics hcr passion. SAM FElNl'lRlllAN Lehigh. lfnginecr. ldon't want to he prcsident: No chance for adyancetneut. SlllRl.lCY FFIlNC0l.D "lll.ACKll-I" Dancer. Scc. to Mr. Shcpard. Cute pctitc and dehonaire, No onc sweeter anywhere. CILDA FEINSTEIN Brooklyn. Nurse. She wants to take the place of Clara Barton. E. EUNICE FELDMAN Brooklyn. Tcacher. Lihrary Asst.. llcl1revrCltth. Spread your knowledgc among The ignorant. the young. GEORGE FELDMAN "STAR" St. Johns. Law. Vice-President G. O.---Williams Annex, Student Patrol Oflicer, Class President. When I say it, I mean it. HERBERT FELDMAN St. Johns. Accountant. Cur- rent Problems Club. Any time he has to count higher than ten, he takes his shoes off. LESTER FELDMAN Printing School. Ilis Latin motto-"Tc-sto, flunkero, zipero, expulsisf' LILLIAN FELDMAN "BLONDIE" Switchboard Oper- ator. Switchboard Operator, Helper in G. O. Store, Head of Herald Tribune. Blondie has eyes of blue, A favor to her, would be a pleasure for you. MORRIS FELDMAN "MOISH" Pratt Inst. Drafting. War conscious. PHILIP FELDMAN "PHIL" Stewart Technical. Aviation Mechanic. Buried in his thoughts. What a shallow grave. LILLIAN FELLMAN "LEE" Brooklyn. Laboratory Technician. Student Patrol, Red Cross Club, Ping Pong Club. Better late than never. INJQIAM Ah m. Orches ra, A lt . t Yr s ' RO? PIERRARA Chancellor of Iggzlhos, Rice-Pr? dent of Service Council, Hostess Club. Born to lead! NATHAN FERRICANE "FERRY" What took you across? MILTON FEUERSTEIN "SHORTY" Sec. to Mr. Harrison, History Club, Spanish Club. Good things come in small packages. SEYMOUR FINE "RED" Brooklyn. Teacher. Py- thagorean Society. His hair is red, a shade that's bright. He's sure to be a shining light. 4.41 u-fl.-44, IDA FINES ONE "FINEY" Brooklyn. Hebre Teacher. Hebrew Club, Sec. to Miss Barclay. The li of happiness keeps her bright. JEANNE FINGER Private Secretary. Sec. of Ka- gathos, Senior Council, T. J. Leader's Club. A grand athlete: a pep that's rare A smile so winning beyond compare. JACK FINGERHUT "JAY" Cornell. Veterinary. Student Patrol. Jack be nimble, Jack be quick???? REBECCA FINGERMAN "BABE" St. Johns. Ac- countant. Budget Com., Sec. to Miss Meehan. Always kidding, always gay In her quaint and charming way. MITZI FINK "BRENDA" Singer and Dancer. Glee Club, Student Patrol. Singing, dancing, very gay Mitzi has so much to say. BERNARD FINKELSTEIN "FINKY" N. Y. U. Per- sonification of a songAlost in a fog. DANIEL FINKELSTEIN "DANNY BOY" Brooklyn. Bank ep. Give ne history-or give me eath f . Im s ' rw. on's BrookIyn's HARRY FISHER He Rnally gotisomething out of Jefferson--Himself. CUSSIE FISHMAN "BRENDA" C. C. N. Y. Hook- keeping Teacher. Senior Council. l'r4-sitlent of llygiene Class, Current Prohlems Cluh. Like a ray of sun- shine in a place of gloom. ller presence lvriglttens the whole room. EO JA FLI TB "LITTl.l'I .. C. N. Y. Ste ogmphy egifher. Se-rviee Co il. l'rogran1 Coin., tseniof' Drama 'c Society. A sweet. neat tripper. SARA FLUSBERG "Sl RKA' Brooklyn. Soeial Vlforker. Buclget Com.. Aurora Stall. Small in size. luig in thought. TERESA FLYNN "TERRY" Nurse. ller sense of humor will never pass Cause Terry's an lrish lass. HENRIETTA FORD Training Sehool for Nurses Nurse. The hope of the future. ' MQRRAY Vox" "Clll BRY'f Coriffll. Suientifir 'Agr- rieulture. 'johnny 611 the spof FUXY. if .,,. ILAY FRANClS "Bl'l"' Brooklyn. Secretary. She is sweet and petite Anil dresses so neat. MIRIAM FRANK HMLTSSII-1" Brooklyn. Teaelter. Arista, Service Council, See. to Nliss Nlellaniel. 'l'hong:h in scholarship she is "top:-." She-'ll, go a long. w'y he- . 'Af' We ,she stfvp..VJg CAA! JN-iff fn- - 1,1 ff-. .X V H ' ff tiifjtv IFRKNICPI "FR.-KNIR ti" 't.. . it tm.-itil? Cu 'ent Prohlems Cluh. To pull the tooth. the whole tooth. antl nothing hut the tooth. LAURA FRANKEL "l.0REl.ll'1" Prixate Serretary. Sten Cluh, See. to Miss Saslaw. Ping Pong Cluh. No one knows when she is arountl. So quiet a girl is seltlonl f uncl. 't 'C I gjkiggpfpyggt cz. 6. N. it 462- uro a Staff. L cle atr? Lhemistry 'i u 1. llilloni: fgtddwi ' L rs. 4- V JI GUSSIE FRESHMAN ".l0YCli" llunter. llealth Squad, Student Patrol, See. to Nlrs. l'asner. Paging Gussie "Senior." IRVINU l-'Rll-IDNMN "SLI CClfR" C. AC. N. 'Y. Busin ss. C. 0. Rep. of llinstlale Annex. Arista. Senior COIIHII lle ot hi Re ' Q ' s p. as a ,lc Rep. X xl XMI . Rahllk '7'NlUllNFY ' bl eydnnks tltzttt ll '. ' , J ,. ' ' Nil 1 0 -. , v .f , 1 1 tx xtta bortltr as X is 9 ISAAC FRlSClll'lR MKOSFAKN Russia hail year plan antl so tlitl he. PEARL FRONICIIVCK "l'lNNlli" Secretary. See. to Mr. Aaroni. See. to Miss Palmer. Purpose my wir tue. Acltievement--my goal. STANLEY FRONCZAK. .lr. "l'iACl.l'l', Niagara l'ni- versity. Teaeher. Presitlent of l'resi1lent's Connell, llaskethall Team. Foothall Team. A patriotic jeffer- sonian. lle loooooves our school. JESSE l-'liCllS "DlfNlPl.l-15" L. I. ll. Bio-Chemist. Captain Student Patrol. Lieut. S. P. I'sher Squad. Keep quiet or else you will get a stutly periotl. MARCPIRY FIVRNIAN "Nl-XRCll'i" llunter. llook- keeper. Lilwerty Rell Rep.. See. to Nliss illllllflll. At- tentlanee Olliee. Full of xitality. A sweet personality. ARTHUR GMIII "C00'l'Cll" Georgetown liniversily. Lawyer. Keep to the right fsitle. ROSLYN ', ll "LYN, Bro lvn. Segn-tary. Li- hrary Poplin into n-if g yol',-',.,m.,,,. hm: ZW I f J - f ,Cayman ETTA GARBER HSWEETHEARTH Brooklyn. Health Squad. Student Patrol, Sec. to Miss Chavin. Sweet, cool and refreshing. JULIUS CAREER "RED" Flaming youth! ROSE CARBER "KID" Brooklyn. Housewife. Stu- dent Patrol. Sheis like a Nestle's Chocolate Bar. NA CAR L " ED" nt Secretary. S . o B n, a r , enior Council. l r s ing re hair, her dashi gre ey Watch out boys, she'll hypnotize. LARRY CARFIELD City College. Accountant. A living image of Abe Lincoln. FRANCES CARFlNKEL HLEEH Brooklyn. Private Secretary. Student Patrol, Sec. to Miss Palmer. That she's a real woman is an undisputed fact She talks plenty and knows how to act. RUTH GARLAND Bookkeeper. Sec. to Mr. Jaffe. Student Patrol. Music hath charm-so has Ruth. HELEN CDULA Bookkeeper. Her voice is oh so very meek One can hardly hear her speak. SAM CETER "WlHTEY" Student Patrol. Now that he has a diploma, he thinks he's a diplomat. DOROTHY CETCER "DOTTY" Private Secretary. Arista. No use knocking, Does nothing shocking. SAM CELB "LEFTY" Columhia University. Civil Engineer. Sec. to Mr. Einhorn. This is Sporting Sam -sociable, joyful. athletic, and quite a man??? LAURA CERSHENSON Wellesley. Accountant. Stu- dent Patrol. Ping Pong Cluh. Beautiful clothes T want to possess l'll study figures to assure my success. ROSALINE CITELSTFIN '4DAISY" Brooklyn. Vocal- ist. Cheerinz Squad, Senior Dramatic Society, Knocks 8: Boosts Committee. A cheer leader must have lots of pep, And to that. cute Daisy sure is hep. RUTH ClTOMER "BLUE-EYES" City College. Book- keeper. Aurora Staff, Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. Paul Cohen. Any girl with eyes of blue Has more of a chance for her dreams to come true. RUTH CITTER "ClDDY" Actress. Sec. for Miss Ehinger. Citter he good, and not so giddy, if you want to be an actress witty. HERBERT CLADSTONE "SLEEPY" Columbia. Ag- riculture. Liherty Bell Representative, Bank Represent- ative. He thinks he's a fisherman, because he can throw a line. ELSA CLASER Stenographer. Sec. to Mr. Kostiner. Don't question too curiously--see Lohengrin. IRENE CLASSER "BLONDIE" City College. Per- sonnel Manager. Service Council, Orchestra, Hostess Club. Brains plus talent plus personality. MARTAN CLASSER "MADY" N. Y. U. Stylist. At- tendance Squad, Student Patrol, Civil Service Club. Look for the "Mady" label. WILLIAM CLICK "WILLY" City College. Ac- countant. Willy Swat. ANNETTE CLICK "NETTIE" Bookkeeper. Program Committee, Sec. to Mr. Schoenlank, Service Council. May her name prophesy her future. NATHAN CLICKSTEIN "RED" City College. Sta- tistician. He sees more "Reds" than Dies. PEARL GLOCER Secretary fprivatel. General As- sistant. Charming and shy, A delight to the eye. FLORENCE COLD 6'FAE" Private Secretary. Ka- gathos, Sec. to Dr. Kramer. May she dazzle like her name. HYMAN COLD HCOLDIIT' Brooklyn. Teacher. Aris- ta. Public Speaking Club. Current Problems Clttb. Sec. If work were water. Ht-'tl have a flood. PHYLLIS GOLD Secretary. Student Patrol. A pre- cious maiden. BEATRICE COLDBERC "SCARLETT" N. Y. U. In- terior Decorator. Choral Training. Student Patrol. The wise may say. "Thrice blessed is she who hath sweet personality." HERBERT COLDRERC "BUBBI,ES" Annapolis. Mid- shipman. Ahoyl Another guardian of ottr shores. MARION COLDBERC Brooklyn. Actress. Stttdent Patrol, Sec. to Miss Baliret. A star of tomorrow. MILTON COLDBERC "BATTLER" Brooklyn. Poli- tician. Mill's a college Of political knowledge. WILLIAM COLDBERG 5'BILL" City College. Ac- countant. Arista. Laboratory Asst., Sec. to Mr. llarri- son. I'Ie'll count in the future. BLANCHE GOLDEN Smith. A flower of loveliness. and a stem of grace The cream of the crop, an unusual case. ANNE COLDENBERG HBLONDIIT' Secretary. Stn- dent Patrol. Hebrew Club. This little girl is sweet and coy We wonder who is the lucky lloy. NAOMI COLDFARB City College. llebrcw Tcacltctx Presiflent's Council, Health Squad. llebrew Club. Sweet as her namesake. MARCIA COLDLITST Brooklyn. Secretary-bookkecper. Liberty Bell Representative. Very agreeable and full of fun Liked indeed by every one. AARON COLDMAN "LORD" Cornell. Agriculture. Campaign Manager of Dan Jarmus. "Lord" will protect us when he joins the army. ANN GOLDMAN "INDIA" Annie. stnall, dark and fair, From everyone she'll take a dare. SYLVIA GOLDMAN Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Katz, Student Patrol. Girls like her are oh so few So how to knock her no one knew. HARVEY COLDSHIND "FRI-INCIIY' Brooklyn Poly Tech. Mechanical Engineer. Parlez-vous francais? JOSEPH M. GOLDSMITII "SONNY" City College. Law. Sec. to Nlr. Dolgenas, Swimming Team, Service Council. l'm hep to the jive. ABRAHAM SAM COLDSTEIN Brooklyn. Scientist. His services observed their own law of ditninisliittg returns. ALFRED GOLDSTEIN "SAXIE" Virginia University. Music Teacher. Dance Band, Orchestra, President Coun- eil. Here's to our next ,Iimmy Dorsey. ESTELLE GOLDSTEIN HHUSK-IT" Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Katz, Sec. to Mrs. Freedman, Service Council. When you see that ad-"Keep that school-girl com- plexion" Look at her and you're in the right direction. HELENE COLDSTEIN "EVANGELlNE" City College. Stenography. Clee Club. En route for Arcadia too? MARTIN GOLDSTEIN "SONNY" Brooklyn. Archi- tect. He needs no build-up. RHEA COLDSTEIN "BLONDIE" Switchboard Op- erator, Senior uncil, Service Council. Where Schraflt got ' :ey for sweets. lll"'-I' "R ' Secretary. Student Patrol, is any s epresentative. Does her hair ec B- s? ' I fy 1 V ROSE OLDSTEIN Secretary. Sec. to Miss Palmer, Regents Folder Committee. Another charming Rose. SHIRLEY GOLDSTEIN City College. Bookkeeping Teacher. Sec. to Mr. Green. So nice we must look twice. ROSLYN COLUB "ROZ" Stenographer. Health Squad. Another rose without a thorn. DOROTHY GONTY "DOTTY'i Secretary. Health Squad, Sec. to Mr. Hammer. Optimistic, modernistic, knows the way to put on lipstick. LILLIAN GORDON "DIMPLES" Secretary. Student Patrol, Aurora. Sweet, neat and petite. SOL GORDON Brqolzdyn- Kggent Problems Club. Pres., Public Speaking,Cl1lb. 1 aming of a ngw,and beautiful world. ., , , - f - --f 1' F, git J! HARVEY GORE Louisiana State. Dentist. The "Gore" the merrier. ROBERT GOTTESFELD "GODFREY" N. Y. U. Sur- geon. Jefferson did a little amputation. It cut him right out of school. DOROTHEA GOTTLIEB "BLACKlE" Brooklyn. Ac- countant. Health Squad, Sec. to Miss Touvim. She believes high school a four years' vacation. ELI GOTTLIEB "YANKEI." N. Y. U. Doctor. Stu- dent Patrol. Leave it to Eli to picture a patient life. SIDNEY GRABER Purdue. Agricultural chemistry. Chemistry Club. One nice thing about this Sidney, He's not far away. MILDRED CRAFF City College. Journalist. Ka- gathos, Aurora, G. O. Representative. An engaging manner, a charming personality Has this miss of high mentality. JOHN GRAFFEO g'GRAF" L. I. Il. Science. Our own Einstein. - LILLIAN GRAIFER Hunter. Social Service Worker. Arista. Ilealth Squad, Pythagorean Club. Good quali- ties combined Make Lillian refined. MILDRED GRANOFF' "MILLY" N. Y. U. Lawyer. Sec. to Mrs. Quinn, Senior Council. Service Council. Milly takes care of the seniors' money, We trust herg she's a honey. MINNIE GRAZOFSKY The little gal "what's never theref' 'ISU ,.UA4,gvyvs4.A4ff' - v Lia. f . I 6 I ANNA GREEN HMAR Al' ,x.2.udenLh Patrol. Green but true I el HARRIET GREEN '4PI'lCGY" Secretary. Ilealth Squad, Sec. to Miss McDaniel. Big hrown eyes. a tiny snoot Little Puggy is very cute. CELIA CREENBERG Brooklyn. Teacher. Sec. to Mr. Gold. Laugh and the world laughs with you! DAVID CREENBERC "CIlPID" Brooklyn. Accoun tant. The Candle Kid---one hlow and he's ont. RACHEL CREENBERC "RECKlE" Brooklyn. Ac- countant. Kagathos Sec. to Mr. Fuchs. Service Coun- cil. Rae is like the sun: the friend of all. the for- of none. SOLOMON CREENRERC "CHARLIE" Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. Ilodeshlatt, Sec. to Mr. Brown. If all- sence made the heart grow fonder, Charlie would love sthool. CHARLOTTE GREENE City College. Model. Stu- dent Patrol, Library, Senior Council. Mischievons 4-yes, a pep that's rare A smile so winning heyond compare. SIDNEY CREENFADER Food Inspector. Ile's not interested in serving the school. But don't fret he-'s not a fool. IRVING CREENFIELD There's that far away look in your eye. LILLIAN CREENFIELD "ELEANOR" I.. I. ll. Serv- ice Council. Attendance Officer, St-c. to Miss Thurm. . A sweet little hlonde. f ,IOSEPII CREENMAN St. .Iohns I'niversity- Hin. Chemist. President of Student Patrol. C. O. Council. ' Service Council. One of ,lt-ff's hig wigs. V f. .IEAN CREENSTEIN City College. Accountant. Rc- gents Folder Committee. Sec. to Mr. Crt-cn, Ilealth Squad. C. P. A.? Capahle--APunctnal Amhitious. RHODA CREENSTEIN HRICKYM Secretary. llealth Squad. To her. history dates are quite confusing But outside dates are quite amusing. SARAII CRONER Civil Service Wforker. Svc. to Miss Millstein. But such a cheerful lass! JACK CROSS "JACKSON" Ile always carries a pipe. hut insists he won't he a plumber. BEVERLY CROSSMAN "BEVY" Private Secretary. Program Committee, Health Squad. One of the lu-vy of secretaries. LEO CROSSMAN "PETER" Notre Dame. Research. Ile speaks two languages English and profane. VIOLET CROTSKY "YETTlE" Secretary. Senior Council. Kagathos. Chee-ring Sqllatl. Vettie's cheerful and always gay A model companion she does portray. FAY CRUBER Secretary. A sweet disposition within her lies She has a character that satisfies. EVELYN CRUBSTEIN Sec. to Mrs. Rich. She's as quiet as a mouse 'VIARY Rl' apher. - s I-'older . ' St tntl' Commit . ' ,. t ' ierty ll, , lr. cnrosen. A basi' mr 'cess. ' " Q ' S NTF sig er.. . 1 it Patrol. r rt Staff. Pin and 1 e i t ti . Feet on earth and head up high. 7- PE L CURALNICK any College. Accountant .sec to -. M,,,.1,.,, 3fC.1.A9,,.y,m1-. A.-1. Q ng Representative. As rar as hcr name. BERNARD CUSKIND "ACE" West Virginia. Var- sity Football Team. He gets his knocks in football. A 'J . ,Jw ESTHER ookl . Nurse. Quiet and se- date Sterli not lver late . p . DON R. HAIRONSON "DONNY" Brooklyn. Hebrew Club. Service Council. Liberty Bell Circulation Staff. His line of symphony Doesn't sym-funny to me. l I OE ro'i ier.c,.t0 T. L' l .. c.ff r om. .il y eMelQlldRe" at Sl s as got s Itey om lDA HALPERN 'SBLACKIEH Sec. to Mrs. Finkelstein. Tile girl who burns the midnight oil lt's no wonder she passes her tests by her toil. f " LILLIAN HALPERN tfL3.rcmYi' vQQf,my6l fffffiif. Library Service. Sec. to Miss Baliret. Her haifiml her eyes are blue. Her smile it vigil enchant you., RUTH HAMMER "THE SPHlNX,' Brooklyn. 'I .rim- inology. The Sphinx? But can she talk? SYLYIA HAMMER "BLONDlE', to Miss Palmer. Friends. classmates. ,lefit-rsonians. Lend me your homework! HOWARD HA RNIK HDIMPLES' he sleep on collar buttons? STANLEY HARRIS 'LRUCKEYH Army Musician. The army needs you. Stenogranher. Sec. Student Patrol. Did ERNEST HARRISON "lTZ" Is Itz ernest? ESTELLE HAUSER Sec. to Mr. Katz. Senior Dramat- ic Society. Though her jokes we do enjoy, All the teachers she does annoy. GEORGE HAUSER Student Patrol. Arista. He has our stamp of appryval. J A' - .C. fl-Co! '-'l554,.0vks-1 ' nflf' "', ' .1 .f'fo--- -tiff. .--'ni' s 'I fi i A yi i ' MAURICE HAYKIN 6'MIlRRAY"' City College. Car- toonist. Liberty Bell Cartoonist. .leffersonian Art Staff. Aurora Art Staff. The intellectual Artist. MARY HAYMOWITZ Secretary. Student Patrol. Sec. to Mrs. Finkelstein. Some girls pursue learning She learns pursuing lcould it be knowledge?l .ANNE HEIDENBERG Bookkeeping. Sec. to Miss Rivere. Sec. to Mr. Miller. Civil Service Club. Wliom docs the Dean always see? Annie of course. she's in trouble. O geel MEYER HELF g'MlKE" Pratt institute. Commercial Artist. Aurora Art Stall. "Dali" a bit longer. HAROLD HELLER HBUTCHM N. Y. U. Doctor. The butcher. the baker, the get-well maker. LILLIAN HERMAN Secretary. "How all occasions do inform against me." I if 'I . Q L FK FR.'XNlIlfS lll'iR5llKOFl" "lf00Kll'i" llnnter. 'l'eut'lier. Student Patrol. l"runr'es wants tn lxnnw who nizule tlte rnle. That ehilrlren haxe tu gn In sehnnl. I-ITIIEI. HICRSIIKOWITZ "lIONliY" Dentnl Recep- tinnist. See. tn Nliss Rivere. The Walking Dental ln- furtnatinn Bureau. SAM llliR'l'lBlCRll N. Y. l. Dentist. l'in X Ring: Representative. Nu neetl "tu pnr" hint tluwn lle "rings" trne. IWQARI. IIIPSIININN "SHOR'l'Y', Private Seeretaiy. G. U. Representative. See. tn Nliss Rivere, l.illerty llell Ht-presentatiwe. Pearl is sweet and quite petite. YUXRD lllRSlfll "llUWll'i" llinlngy l.nh. Asst. An 1 iurity nn lungs. Al.l!l'iR'l' IIIRSCIIIHHRG ".'Kl.Bll'1" lfity College. Ilan'- teiologrist. Arista. lluekey is his fnwritc gntne .Ns sure us llirsehherg is his name. '- . svn ' t t. stnnu: 11, Mics "sl'ti1itt:" S"l'Pl'l'y t:t-- t'lnl ,Hemei 'ge alll ' IH I Ft ' 'll 'll vlll - lx ll l 15 , e 1, blp ml. 11 .1 11.4 id .itz int ness wc llye niglgtf her lfanse Sndhie is the "furiner's 4 llHlllf'l'..i lRYlNG ll0l"Fl'il.D l.. l. l. llentist. See. to Nlr. Siegel. May ynn liave lots uf pull! Gll.Bl'iR'l' ll0l"l"NlNN "till," llrnoklyii. "I mleelnrr-." SYLYIN ll0lfl"Nl,-KN Sl'l'l'f'llll'Y. Stntlent l'utrol. lliiil SL'l'Xl1't'lllllll. llereis Sylxia. E l.AW'Hl':NlIlC ll0l.l.ANl7lfR City College. .'xt'l'0lllllillll. Stntlent l'atrnl 0Hieer's lfnnneil. See. tu Nlr. Nlatrx :intl Miss Nnhel. Serviee Count-il. The three letter innn: l'ep. persnnality. popularity. SlllRl.l'fY HORLIIIK "BlBHIl'I', Nurses 'l'rninin:!. Nurse. Song antl liheer lllirls Rullyt Rt-tl Cross Kflnlv. Hank Representative. l,Q'1llilll'lK's is her uint If they hlount. she-'ll make her name. IJCUNLXHU IIURNRICICII "l.lCNNY' City College. Al'K'tlllllllllll. l.enny is penny wise. A N N li'l"l'lf IIURUW ITZ N. Y. l '. Singer. Clinratl Training. .-X seenntl 1Qrut'e Nlnnre tshe hopes I . KILII-'FORD IIOKUWITZ "lIl.ll"F" St-ulpturc Clnh. Slow hut sure. LEO IIURUWITZ "l.VXllKl," Plaiywriglltt. Never :i,.ns oil Wll.l.l:XNl HORUWITZ "Wll.l.lH" lhwmklyii. lfheinist. Silent hut he may not ln- unsung. ROSE IIYIJOKUFSKY Pritzite Sem't'etztry. See. in ling- lish Ulliee. See. to Nlrs. llhtnin. X pretty girl. withont it curl. llAROl.ll IIYNIXN N. Y. l. M-entttitzittt. Stntnpeml hy l'ytlingm'ais. l"l.0RliNl1lf INGWICH llnmkIyii.. :lrt 'l'enr'lier. fee. to flltss Nleehan. l'lnrenees heart is in her alt'l. A helwl in which she-'ll mln her part. lll'il.l'fN lS.'X.M150N SlilIll.0l'1l. lihetnist. lox he 'at chemist is her alnhitinn. Let's hope that she-'ll itll this pnsition. ANNA ISRAEL Student Patrol. Health Squad, Pro- gram Committee. Without her smile so full of fun, 'I'here'tl be a world without a sun. SHIRLEY ISRALSKY "lZZ" Student Patrol. Her sparking eyes in days of yore. would surely have started an ancient war. BERTHA JACOBS 'ABlRDHi', Brooklyn. Legal Stenographer. Bank Representative. Te-whit, te-whee Here comes Bird-ie. lSADORE JACOBS Brooklyn. Chemical Engineer. Sec. to Nlr. Bloom. Variety is the spice of life. S RLE:fJ.A O ' ro 'lyn. Te . . Seq. to, r' tud F.' fn-Mrs. ourerantz. ' isihirley? 5 Wlgt i5,slteLi,4A-girl',dpppi1tlah-lp :ld sweet a. X- N 'i A I' ' RALPH JACOBSON "JAKE" Cooper Ilnion. Meehan. ical Engineer. Here's hoping his diploma will serve as oil. W'ILLlAAI JACOBSON "LEFTY" West Point. Army Commission. Will Lefty take over! DANIEL JARMUS "DllNDY', Cornell. Agriculture. Arista, Senior Council. President of Senior Class. Jeff's contrilrution to the "Back to the Soili' movement. OSCAR JASPER Brooklyn. Senior Couneil, Presi- dent's Council. Oscar is on the top. Erflllflt .Hlllll "lCT'I'lE" Dental Assistant. She pur- sues the Holy Grail culture. ROBERT JUDKOWITZ "DOC" City College. Ac- countant. Don't "doc" the hooks. Rohert. . A.. or' r Ataista, Plogra .om eat s' l us scholar Ya xivzirhvtts On'e of e hr te n class. 'l'llliLAlA JUSTER "TEDDY" Secretary. Sec. to Miss 'l'hurms. Sec. to Mrs. Annenher. Student Patrol. We ought to call her hinges. she's something to a-dore. JOSEPH KAl-HN The tree is known hy its fruit. l'll:IRBlfRT IQACANOWITZ Brooklyn. Teacher. Pro- gram Com.. Student Patrol. Arista. Keeps a step ahead. PAI L KALICKSTI-IIN "PERRl-IL" Senior Cotlncil. Beware of peril. ICDYTJIE KALNIANS i'EDllC" City College. Oral Hygienist. Student Patrol. Consulting Judge, Service Council. A lovely girl. LOlllS KAIAIANSON N. Y. ll. Another clean slate. LILLIAN KALNHQNSON "ClllNK" Secretary. Sec. to Mrs. Rich. Student Patrol. A little girl who does things in a big way. MAX FRANK KANEFSKY 4'l.EFTY" Savage. Phys- ical Instructor. Sec. to Mr. Siegal. Student teacher on apparatus. Projection Squad. lf ht-'s as straight as he walks. he won't have any troulrle getting places. DAVID KANTOR "GliRONlifNlO" Brooklyn. Chem- ical Research. llehrew Cluh. Student Patrol. A chem- ical here. a chemical there A little explosion, what do l care? ARTHUR KANTROWITZ "ARTY" City College. llealth Ed. Teacher. Liherty Rell. First Aitl, Service Council. If his hair rlitln't stand up tall There wonltln't he any Kantrowitz at all. ETHEI, KAPIAN Secretary. Student Patrol. Sec. to Mrs. Freedman. Key. Ring 81 Pin Representative. .lust a little glamour girl. A Dehutante without a curl. LOUIS KAPLAN Brooklyn. Chemist. Chemistry Clulm. HQSO. plus HCl0.t----Booinl Kaplan! "RfTk" hion lltlatlehly. , Costume Designer. Art Cluh. The calleer woman. t' SAM KAPLAN "WAYNE" St. Johns. Business Training. Overactive. SHIRLEY KAPLAN Brooklyn. Biosclletnist. Sec. to Mr. Aaroni, Vice-President of Uliicial Class 8l,. See. to Mr. Clements. Phi Beta Kaplan? THELMA KAPLHR City College. C. P. A. See. to Mrs. Schiller. Sec. tn Mr. M. C. Cohen. Service Conn- cil. A likahle girl with a head full of curls. SARAH KAPLOWITZ HSOOKY' Business College. Secretary. Sec. to Dr. Kramer. l.ihrary. Attendance Officer. Snug figure. cute smile, To help a frieml she'tl run a iTe. ESTF 'R 'ARD0lNE llunt '. T cher. i ec. it the En ' , s e la ' - 'sy see, ,Ami sie makes a charming s retarfj ' SICLMA KARP "BARRll'i" Stenogzrapher. Sec. to Mrs. Rieger. A cleep sea hsh. JANE KARPOWICZ Secretary. A smile for everyone and everything. MINNIE KARRELI, Business College. Conrt Stenog- rapher. Sec. to Mrs. Wilson. May she carol her way through court. MEYER KASS "MAYl'lR" A Jefferson stutlent. PEARL KASTRINSKY "ll0NlfY', Secretary. See. to Mrs. Scott, See. to Miss Celher. Pearl may certainly he a lot of noise. But she is not that way when she is with the hoys. CYLYIA KATZ "TERRY" Sec. to Mr. l.ieherman. Sec. to Miss Thurm, Sec. to Mr. Schulman. Terry anal school have no relation But Terry antl hoys arc a lietter comhination. GEORGE KATZ 'Tye got those school clay hluesf' HARRY KATZ N, Y. li. Tisher Captain of the S. P.. A memher of the Service Council. llis chief interest is writing. lRWlN KATZ "CAT" California. Accountant. lle thinks he's a ventriloquistg he speaks for everyhotly. tthe election! PAVLINE KAFFMAN "PEPS" Secretary. Sha-'s got pep, So watch your step. RUTH KAUFMAN Music Instructor. Student l'atrol. Health Squad. Ruthie Kaufmatfs one in a million Sheis got friends hy the trillion. E SPARTAK KAUFMAN "SPAR'l'Y" Cornell. Agri- culture. Orchestra, Military Band. Stutlenl Patrol. lle j shall make music wherever he ploughs. A SHIRLEY KAZANOWITZ Secretary. Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. Deutsch, Library Service. Her eyes are brown, her hair is sleek But don't let it fool you, she isn't so meek. MILTON KEITEL "KID FORM" Class Treasurer. His favorite flowersthe mit . SIIIRL KERM N .h Hos tl. Ning At- tendan Hicei get qu ' r. atnkerf A fut n wlite. -' ALJ ' VL, " LJ, 9.4 BERNARD KEULER "CASEY" Brooklyn. Biologist. Ilebrew Club. Student Patrol. "Smart people are either dead or dying, l'm feeling very well, thank you." AARON KIANOFSKY "ARTY" Brooklyn. Psycho- Analyst. Hebrew Club, Aurora Staff, Student Patrol. No presumption about him-A swell fellow. EDITH KINBACHER Secretary. Health Squad, Ping Pong Club. Quiet and ladylike But noisy when she chooses. ALBERT KITAY "KlTTY', Brooklyn. Here's one itty that .is witty. . ' ' , , , . ' . f - NCE KLARIYFWJVI 'lFLQ"' timer. 'Tea new come? to school each fday,-Prepared lfor work as well as pny.l1J'.uf T I ' .4,' 1, " ' REBECCA KLEIN City College. Accountant. Scc. to Mr. Schoenlank, Library Assistant, Current Problems Club. ,lefferson's loss ls City's gain. LILLIAN KLURMAN Secretary. Sec. to Mrs. Rieger Always jolly, gcntle and gay She wears a smile the livelong day. VIOLET KNIGHT "VI" Hunter. Artist. Slow hut sure! SARAH KOLB "SHERRY" City College. C. P. A. Health Squad, Student Patrol. Not too fast, Not too slow. Just the type you'd like to know. COLDIE B. KOLODNY Actress. Service Council, Program Com., Senior Dramatic Society. Too modest to join Arista. COLDIE KOLTENIIK Secretary. Regents Folder Com.. Sec. for Liberty Bell. She's worth the weight of her name. EUGENE KOPLIK Cooper Ilnion. Architect. Build me more stately castles. EDNA KORNBERG Secretary. Officer's Council. The kind you introduce to Mother. LOIS KOSTICK Service Council, Program Com.. Switchboard Operator. She's little, hut she's wise And a terror for her size. SHIRLEY KRAFCHICK "SNO0KS" Stenogapher 81 Typist. Health Squad. A gentle soul. FRANCES KRAMER Stenographer. Sec. to Miss Saslow. She's always there with a friendly smile This kind of girl makes life worthwhile. IRVINC KRAMER "MUSCLES" City College. C.P.A Sec. to Mr. Aaroni. He will get a-head in the world: MURRAY KRAMER "DOC" Brooklyn. Scientist. ls there a physician in our midst? PEARL KRAMER Stenographer. Sec. to Mr. Cold. Nice to know And always on the go. ESTELLE KRASNA "PUC" City College. Accoun- tant. Sec. in Hebrew Ottice, Sec. in 8th term Ollicial Class, Chairman of Cultural Material--alleb. 6. She's quiet in classes, ln knowledge, surpasses. DAVID KRAVETZ L. I. U. Pharmacist. Senior Council, Book Room Monitor, Senior Executive Council. If speech were electricity, lle'd bc a power house. IDA KREISLER "LEFTY" Secretary. Student Pa- trol, Sec. to Mrs, Pomerantz, Sec. to Mr. Auslandcr. I never trouble trouble 'til trouble troubles mc. ARTHUR KRIEC "BLlTZ" Cornell. Agriculture. llave care, good earth Here comes "Blitz," ETHEL KRINICK "SllORTY" Business College. C. P. A. Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. Lieberman, Serv- ice Council. Shorty talks herself into big, positions. LEON KRINSKY Where. oh where. can his Aurora card be? MAE KROSS 4'SllORTY" Oflice Machinist. Student Patrol. Her name is no indication: she smiles! JEANETTE Kl'LA "AMAZON" Jewish llosp. Nurses Training. Nurse. Captain Student Patrol Council, Service Council, Senior Council. Traveling over hill and dale, A future Florence Nightingale. OLOA KULAK "0I.LIE" Dental Assistant. Gym Leader. Fills this cavity. JACK KUNOFSKY "HANK" N. Y. U. Through the wire at 65'W. ABRAHAM KWASNOFSKY "WlllTEY" Refrigera- tion. Air conditionetl services. MILDRED LABER '4MlCKY" Secretary. Student Patrol. Granted she has wil: Slit-'s shy in using it. BESSIE LA CHANT City College. Accountant. Pin Sz Ring Representative. Sec. to Mr. Casey. ll her mind were as sharp as her clothes, sheid be a genius. ESTHER LACKMAN "EILEEN" City College. Ac- countant. Student Patrol, Health Squad. A lovely red Adorns this head. EVELYNE LACOFF "EVEY" Cornell. Dietitian. Program Com., Sec. to Mr. Cohen, Service Council. Count your calories, Evey, Regards to the vitamins. ANNA LADINSKY 'KHONEYH City College. Tcach- er. Current Problems Club, Peace Council. Sec. to -Mr. Prensky. Guess she'll know how to handle prob- lem children. AARON LAFER George Washington. Politician. G. O. Council, Service Council, Liberty Bell. The class Politician. MARILYN LANDAU Hunter. Teacher. Senior Council, Sec. in English Office. She's liked by all. ESTHER LANDES Secretary. Program Com., Hostess Club, Service Council. Brilliance is no ruination Of a school-girl's reputation. SIDNEY LANDAU Southern California. Journalist. lle'1l court the literary nurse. FLORENCE LANDES "FLO" Civil Service. As stu- dents go We'll miss Flo. ROSALIND LANG "SNOOKS" Brooklyn. Dietitian. Sec. in English Olfice, President of Verse Speaking Choir, Current Problems Club. Some girls are natural, some girls are nice, But there's a girl who's naturally nice. WALTER LANGROTH "LINKER" St. Johns. S0- ciologist. Student Patrol, Stock Room, Sec. to Mrs. Quinn. Walter is like Sanka coffee-most of the active "element" removed. PEARL LAPAYOWER "LAPPY" Brooklyn. Bac- teriologist. Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. Harrison. She reads and studies and-reads some more. ABRAHAM LAPIDUS Music. This section reserved for "Ex Librusf' EVELYN LAPIDUS Art College. Sculptress. Au- rora Art Staff, Sculpture Club. A friendly smile, a jolly laugh, Is why she's on the Aurora Staff. VICTOR LAPIDUS L. I. U. Pharmacist. Clee Club, Budget Com. The voice of Caruso with plenty of ambition. HARRIET LAPINER "LAPPY" Program Com., G. O. Store, English Office. She does not brag, she does not boast, In serving us, she does her most. MURRAY LASHOWER "FLASH" Idaho. Wheat Farmer. Are you going to give up supplying us with Corn? LEONARD LASKY "DOC', St. Johns. Doctor. Serv- ice Council, Senior Council, Student Patrol. 'Ware the test tube. SIDNEY LAUFER "SICCIE" N. Y. U. Dentist. Service Council, Akelas, Sec. to Mr. M. G. Cohen. Siggie always had a lot of pul . FLORE CE LAXE I C eg- .te ogragby Teacher Sec . att, Hea 'I w ite "S c ' ' short om. TOBY LEDERIN AN Bookkeeper. Sec. to Mrs. Chavin. Toby or not Toby. PEARL LEFF 'fPEPPY" Bookkeeper. See. to Miss Nierenherg, Service Council. Switch Board. This peppy maid Is really staid. SHIRLEY LEFKOXVITZ llebrew Teacher. See. to Mrs. Rieger, Hebrew Club. Hail to thee bright spirit. JOSEPH LEIFER Senior Council. A book mark. BENJAMIN LERNER N. Y. Il. C. P. A. Student Patrol. Anotfher to swell the multitude of accountants. HARRY LERNER City College. A. learner too? All ll a l'." 1-K W Aff!! A A ll'iRNER "BABYl' Private Secretary. Sec. to Miss Bahret, Aurora. She's very clever and sweet, In- deed. a pleasure to meet. ADELE LEVENBERC City College. President's Coun- cil, Budget Com., Sec. to English Office. She's pretty as a picture. it's plain to see A lass with brains, pep, and personality. IRA LEVENSON "I" Southern California. California here I come. ABE LEYENSTEIN "AL" Aviator. Student Patrol, Soccer Team. Sec. to Mr. Siegal. A high ilyer. JULIA LEVENTER ",ll'LlE" Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Friedman. See. to Miss Palmer. Ilealth Squad. Tall and fair True and square. RHODA LEVIN Waiter. Student Patrol. Sec. to Miss Barclay. A cheerful girl of sparkling wit Always sure to make a hit. BENJAMIN LEVINE City College. Accountant. Stu- dent Patrol. Senior Council. Service Council. A geotn- etry wiz. lle likes 'em plain and solid. BESSIE LEVINE Private Secretary. Leader. Sec. to Mr. Shepard. Beauty plus Brains:Bessie. EDITH LEVINE "BUNNY" llunter. Civil Service. Pythagorean Society. Sec. to Mr. Dolgenas. Agreeahle, full of fun, Liked indeed hy everyone. lDA LEVINE Secretary. Clce Cluh. Music on the keys. SAMVEL LEYlNE City College. Engineer. Pytha- gorean Society. An illustrious name sake. TED LEYINE "EAT BOY" Pennsylvania. Veteri- narian. A relative of Fat Stull? TESSIE Ll-IYINE Senior Council. Sec. to Mrs. Schil- ler. Service Council. Brilliant aglow Amhition to show An asset to know. TILLIE LEVINE "TERRY" Brooklyn. Secretary. Student Patrol. A girl who's jolly. gentle and gay and wears a smile the live-long day. SOLOMON LEVINSON Citv College. Chemical En- gineer. Supply Squad. Chemistry Cluh. Current Proh- lems Cluh. The chit chat chemist. MILTON LEVY "MII,TY" Radio Operator. Bank Representative. Sec. to Mr. Fchoenfeld. Watch your dots and dashes! SYLYIA LEW Arista. Business Mgr. of Pnlmlications. Service Council. Lt-w's word is law. BEATRICE LICHTMAN 'ABEBPT' llnnter. Book- keeper. Leader's Cluh. Cives her thoughts no tongue. MILDRED LIEB "MICKEY" Dress Designer. Sec. to Miss Meehan. Sec. to Mr. Neidich. Sec. to Mrs. Sokolove. What are schools and teachers for? Thus thinks Mickey, at the schoolrooni door. HERMAN LTEBERMAN "lllCSllY" City College. Accountant. C. O. Representative. Senior Council. Aurora. Cive him a drum and watch him heat. PEARL LIEBERMAN "l'ATlENCE" Briarwood Manor. Musician. Orchestra. Military Band. Could Cilhert and Sullivan have had our "Patience" in mind? Rl'Tll LIEBERMAN Comptometrist. Sec. to Mr. Deutsch. Sec. to Dr. Klein, Aurora. ,Inst add up her charms! LlLLlAN LIFSHITZ Bookkeeper. A quiet little nn Who'll achieve much more than this. LARRY LINDENFELD Savage. llealth I-fd. Teacher. Soccer Team. ln his classes he's O. K. We hope this boy doesn't stay. SOL LIPSTEIN "BLAClilE" Brooklyn. Pharmacist. Swimming Team. In school he's quiet and demure, But out ol school, were not so sure. SHIRLEY BARBARA LISS llunter. Teacher. Senior Council, Choral Training, Sec. to Mrs. Sokolove. Shir- ley may not be on the road to fame. But she has a record of service attached to her name. SARA LITWIN Singer. A girl with the "Colden Voice." Who'd be a singer, had she her choitxz. ANITA LONDON Hunter. Accountant. Sec. to Miss Palmer, Sec. to Mr. Umans, Library. None can beat Whom all should meet. OSCAR LONDON City College. C. P. A. Arista. London in the heart of New York. IIAROLD LOPATKIN "LOPE" N. Y. U. Soil Chemistry. There are always two sides to an argument, mine and the wrong side. LUCILLE LOWE "LEE" Pratt Institute. Costume Designer. Sec. to Miss Meehan, Sec. to Mr. Riley, Sec. to Miss IIIIUFIH. Sweet wind of the western wave. SY IA LUCAS Brookl . , agar. Piano ' ra Tr ni Y ' gifs 1 " Q ay SICIS good. A A ,AAL raaoimno LUCKA N. Y. o. Engineer. via X build a bigger and better world. ' HAROLD LUTSKY "llAL,' Business. Biology Squad, Current Problems Club, Sec. to Mr. Meckler. llal's girl didnt throw him down. It was her father. SYLVIA LUTSKY "LUTTY" Bookkeeper. Sec. to Miss Thurm, Pin 81 Ring Com. Figures and ligures she will add, And some day marry the boss, lad. BESSIE LUTZKY "BETTY" Hunter. Secretary. Health Squad, Current Problems Club, Glee Club. Betty, generally speaking, is generally speaking. AIDA MADELOFF "LYNN" Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Sorokoff. Sweet and demure. SIDNEY MADIEFSKY "MATTY" Matty did his time with us. HENRY MAGENHEIM "HY" N. Y. U. Dentist. He'll need "pull" to reach his goal. ELAINE MAGID City College. Accountant. Sec. in English Department, Aurora, Program Com. A laugh, a smile, and a gay retort, That's Elaine, a jolly good sport. FANNY MALINOVICH "LINDA" Secretary. Sec. in English Office, Student Patrol. A leaf in the secre- tarial tree. SAM MANDELMAN "STRETCH" Savage. Ilealth Ed. Teacher. Sec. to Mr. Filfus, Pin Sr Ring Repre- sentative. We hope he attains the heights. MILDRED MARCUS 6'MILl.lE" Secretary. Assistant to Mrs. Milner, Sec. to Mr. Prensky, Sec. to Mrs. Roth- stein. An extinct species who goes to school to learn. SARAH MARCUS Nurse's Training. Nurse. Ka- gathos, Sec. in English Office. Intelligence and humor and that's very rare, Modest and pretty, she's liked everywhere. RENEE MAREI. Pratt Institute. Artist. Swimming Exhibitionist. When homework beckons, shels never around. At drawing or swimming she's sure to be found. SHRIAM MARGOLIS To be served rather than to serve. ARNOLD MARKOWITZ "MARK" 'l'rs-asurt-r Stu- rlent Patrol, Stock Room Squad. Make your "mark" :nn a high goal? J EROME MARKOWITZ What's in a nam: BEATRICE MARMER "CllRLYTOPS" Bookkeeper. Student Patrol. Aurora Typist. Willing to work. ready to assist We think she's swell, this charming miss. EDITH MARYANSKI "ENERCETlC" Buyer. Sec. to English Office. Bank Representative, Student Patrol. She'll put the V's into buying. EDWARD MATLUCK "PUC" Good luck. Pug. LOUISE MATTHEWS UWEASEIX' Stenographf-r. Health Squad, Handball Club, Tennis Cluh. A sport who goes in for sports. CHARLES MAY "JUNIOR" Wvhen May vome ls .lun-ior far behind? SYLYIA MAZIN Regents Folders Com. I wattt to do! I want to bel I want to start a family tree! JOSEPH MC ARTHUR 'KJOE" News Reporter. Or- chestra. Has a nose for news. CERTRUDE MEISELMAN "ClTTEL" Business. Sec. to Miss Turner. Always joyous and fttll of fun, Is Gertrude when her work is done. RHODA MEISELMAN "BABE" Danrer. Sec. to Mr. West, Cheering Squad, Leatler's Clnh. Full of laughter, vim and pep, Always gay. she earns her KSrep.77 HARVEY MENDELOW' Chemist. Roy Leader of Arista. Senior Council, Service Counvil. A leader who will follow Langmuir. CLARICE MENDELSOHN "KAY" Cornell. Veter- inarian. Kagathos, Leaders, Tennis 81 Ping Pong Rot'- eree. This charming lass is the sc'hool's athlete Wlu-n in gym she can't be beat. HERMAN MENDELSON UMENDEIH' City Colle-go. C. P. A. Sec. to Mr. Siegel. Supply Room Squad. Success to you, whose namt- already has fame! SEYMOUR MERBERC "SPSS" L. l. ll. Dentist. Handsome, witty and clever YVill he- fail? Never! EUNICE MESNIKOFF Brooklyn. Teaclter. Student Patrol. Servire Counvil. Set: to Mr. Shapiro. Ettnive is a lovely lass, An S. P. Captain in our Sonior Class. CLARA MESSELEF Brooklyn. Dim-titian. lleulth Squad. llc-r footls may Change your moods. EDWARD METZ St. johns. Pharmareutieal Chemist. The passing hoy with the dimples in ltis olteeks. HORTENSE METZGER "llORTY" Vovalist. Stu- dent Patrol. So rare a girl in every way, That knocks can never come her way. STELLA MEVORAH Sec. to Mr. Prensky. A genial girl, rather sm rt, To he both, is quilt- an art. J' ,,,. ' " , JCM' ., lf., AJW1 RAYMOND MEYEROWITZ City College. Accoun- tant. Arista. You know what they say, Where there's a will there's a way. BEATRICE MILETZNIK Sec. in English Office, Stu- dent Patrol, Senior Dramatics Society. A singer Bea- trice wants to he, Shc'll attain that goal, just wait and see. ALICE MILLER 'LELKAH Columbia. Dental Ily- gienist. A girl who is so very still She tries with knowledge her head to fill. BELLA MILLER "BELLE" Dancer. Sec. to Mrs. Pasner. Sec. to Miss Zihkow, Clee Club. Sparkling eyes, dancing feet, a combination hard to heat. ROSE MILLER Bookkeeper. Sec. to Mr. Schneider. Rose is a charming girl, And to her hoss she'd be a pearl. SEYMOUR MILLER "CY" N. Y. Il. Lawyer. To he a criminal lawyer is his desire If after eight long years he does not tire. SHIRLEY MILLER Brooklyn. Teacher. Arista, Serv- ice Council. Kagathos. Popular always, charming ever, Merry, witty, decidedly clever. SYLVIA MILLER Typist. Service Council. Sec. to Mrs. Pomerantz. Budget Committee. In Jefferson she's teacher's pet. With boys she plays "Miss-Hard-To-Get." ISIDORE MILLMAN "MlLLIE', City College. C. P. A. A hashful wit. CHARLES MINKIN St. Johns. Pharmacy. Page Minkin. LILA MINSKY N. Y. Il. Accountant. Every day she comes to school singing another "llim.', NORMAN MINSKY 'EHOOKERU Brooklyn. Optom- etrist. Sec. to Mr. Marks, French Club. Leadership and language ability Medicators of versatility. JULIUS MINTZ "BOB" City College. Writer. IIis hopes are high. X114 EY I t1t5nt.m. to . o c c mei t en tro . t ling L a f' , IDA MOOCHNICK "BI.ONDIE" City College. Sec- retary. Student Patrol. Sec. to Mr. Steinberg, Sec. to Miss McMahon. Blondie Takes Over. ANTOINETTE MORANDI "TONI" Stenographer. Sec. to Dr. Sper. Let her cat cake! MILTON MORGANSTERN "MICKEY,' N. Y. Il. Journalist. Senior Council, Jelfersonian, President's Council. Writing stories that are new Is what Mickey wants to do. SAM MOROZOWITZ "BLONDIE" Still trying to produce hot air, Sam? ALEX MORRIS 'LCIIUBBYH "Oh that this too, too solid flesh wfild melt!" . ji' WM IX R1sl"fRt2g,Y" Writer. Health Qjr. C V Club, andballffjlub. You've got th ju ,, rr f H '- I' A I MORTIMER -MJSIEJWITQ "MUTT" Iowa. Chem- ist. Flash-Mutt's leaving Jeff. FAY N.-XDROY Student Patrol, llealth Squad. S. P. is here to stay, She made it what it is today. ANNA N: H.-XMlS Nothing further need be said. BERT ,qi NGNSH "BEK'I"' -ig-Witt,-ii. Mi.-I-trilogy. Current ro l'eins Club' Oiit'e-,l:.r.'cs.4KfCA"1'e-tilist, of f pf 11944, RUTH NA'l'Il.-KN "Bl.lOli" C. C. N. Y. Private Secretary. Administrative Sec. to Aurora. Sec. to Mr. Lieberman. This little jewel is nobody's fool. DORA NEFTIN "PATTY" Private Secretary. Calm yourself, survive the shock. For you we conldn't find a knock. BERNICE NELSON "Bl NNY' N. Y. l'. Composer. Pianist for Gym. A key to music. HARVEY NELSON "tIllINK" fl ladv's man ADELE NEREN "Blfl.CllY', Il Penseroso. ESTHER NEWMAN "liSSIli" Tamra University. Doctor. Sec. in omee of Dean of Cirls. Meet Dr. Newman. IRVING NEWMAN "IlltSKY" Wisconsin. Veteri- narian.-Don't go to the dogs, llusky. MILTON NEWMAN C. C. N. Y. Accountant. Arista. Civil Service Club, Class Book Staff. Milly has plenty of brain cells, but needs recharging. SOPHIE NEWMAN llunter. Te-aclier. Sec. to Miss Hay, Sec. to Mr. Goodman. Senior Dramatic Society. With her interests pedagogic ller future course she chose with logic. SYLYIA NEYWMAN Student Patrol, Chorus. She puts music into her pink cards. JEAN NICHOLS "NlCKlF" Student Patrol. Bril- liance aglow. RAE NICRIN All she got out of school was herself. NORMAN NORYAT "CRUZ" N. Y. l. Mechani- cal Engineer. Ninety percent feet and 'll-n percent smile or is it vice versa? SYLVIA NOVACK C. C. Y. C. P. A. Sec. to Mr. Melov. Student Patrol. ller quiet manner and pleasing ways. Deserve much credit and loads of praise. LAURA NOYICK Stenographer. Student Patrol, Sec. to Mrs. Renallaid. She from whose lips divine persua- sion flows. OWENlfTll Nl'RSl'i "CWl'iNNllf" Red Cross, Or- chestra. A violinist of tnerit. PAUL ORLINSKY "ZINC" University of Vermont. Doctor. Glee Club, Senior Council. For the good of humanity. for the good of all, We are proud to pre- sent the future-Dr. Pauli EVA OSOFSKY Nursing. Biology Laboratory, Red Cross Club, Ping Pong Club. The woman in white. MD- 0.9521 QIwuTw I ILO.. I llEI.ENE OSTAPIEC Secretary. Kagathos, Se, Miss Meehan. C. O. Council. Lovely features she tIo possess, Though not a snob, we must confess. I-'RANGES PACCIANO Ileaven itself wottld bend to her SYLYIA PACIITMAN "PACKY" Bellevue School for Nurses. Nurse. President's Council, Sec. to Mr. Aaroni. Sec. to Mrs. Davis. Will be seen with a little black pack. ELLIOT PARIS HSTRETCHI' Farmingdale. Veter- inarian. My kingdom for a horsel DELLA PASOYER Hunter. Secretary. Student Pa- trol Officer, Sec. to Mrs. Sokolove, Service Council. Not to be overlooked, however. BEATRICE PEARLMAN Brooklyn. Teacher. At- tendance Squad, Student Patrol. A rare Beatrice. HELEN PEITLER "DIMPI.ES" Secretary. Sec. of G. O., Kagathos, Service Council. When she rises and speaks There are roses in her cheeks. ANN PEKARSKY "PECK', Sec. in English Office, Student Patrol. Sharp to a "T"Lls Ann Pckarsky. PEARL PENCIIANSKY "ClllPI" Stenographcr. Budget Committee, Sec. to Mr. Filfus. An intelligent girl with sparkling wit Slte's always surc to make a hit. MILTON PENNER "JOE" Brooklyn. Senior Council, Arista Tutoring Committee. A First Aider. IRWIN PENZEL "PENZ" Columbia. Teacher. Stu- dent Patrol Officer, Scc. C. O. Oflice, Budget Com. Photography keeps him in the dark. LOUIS PESELNICK "LUICl" C. C. N. Y. Doctor. Orchestra, String Quartet, Chemistry Club. A Jeffer- sonian ,Iasclta Heifetz. ,IIILIET PFEFFER "I-'EF" Barnard. Journalism. Editor-in-chief Liberty Bell, Arista, Service Council. Pepper makes us sneeze, PfeHer makes us roar. ller funny jokes and puns and songs can furnish fun galore. JOEL PHILLIPS "YOlLlE" Brooklyn. Concert Violinist. Symphony Orchestra, String Quintet St Quar- tet, Hebrew Club. In him Heifetz finds strong com- petition Audiences stay raptured with ,Ioel's composition. LILLIAN PLOTKIN Bookkeeping. Service Council, Sec. for History Dept., Sec. for Mr. Aaroni. With eyes of green and a cheerful smile She'll make ber company well worth while. SAUL PORTNOY Aeronautical Engineer. The ruina tion of the barhers. FLORENCE PRESS "FLllGGIE" Secretary. Sec. to Miss Gelber, Sec. to Miss Barclay. Out to lwat Camp- bell on the typewriter. MARTIN PRESS "JIMMY" C. C. N. Y. Civil En- gineer. Civil? Engineer? PHILIP PRICE What price, Philip? DAVID PROSKY "DIlVlDLE" Columbia. Surg:-on's table or ping-pong table, He'll always be a success. CHARLES QIIINT N. Y. Il. Doctor. Student Patrol. The fifth of a group? ttountant Student Patrol The worlds greatet ex- BENJAMIN RACllNOWl'I'Z St. ,Iolin's University. Az: . f ' . ' - A v -- s - P onent of the one-way pocket. EVE RAPPAPORT Brooklyn. Secretary. Arista, Kagathos. Eve was made for clitnliing the lt't't' of knowledge. IDA RAPPOPORT "Bl.ACKll'i" City College. C.l'.A. Student Patrol, Ping Pong tfluln. She prayed and prayed and then4Ahl Nlen. AARON RASHBAUM City College. C.P.A. llon't add figures, rashly. ESTIIER RAYBER Act-onntant. Senior Council, See. to Dr. Klein. See. to Alr. Gershon. listher is clever and full of charm. When things go wrong, she's always ealm. .ll'l.ll'f'l'Tlf RI-iltill "JI'I.ll-I" llunter. 'l'ezu'lter. Romeos take rarel ,luliette is delmonair. LEO Rl-Iltfll "I.ABl.li" City tfollege. Dentistry. ls l.alile ahle? Rl"l'lIRElt1ll Secretary. Student Patrol Utlieer. See. to Mrs. Cohen, Serviee Count-il. A rare Ruth. OSCAR RlilDMAN Citylfollege. Criminologist. Stu- dent Patrol. llelmrew tllulv. lle has sonn-thing movie actors haven't. 3 years of llelirew. IOSEPII REIS "SllIl-"FY" Cornell. Yr-terinnrian. Student Patrol, Lilnerty Bell. llelxrew fllnlv. Will he discover that a dog is a man's ln-st friend? BlQ'l'TY RESNICK "Bl-ITT" Senior tlount-il. Student Patrol. Ti-at'l1er's pet. hut hard to get. I-'DNA!RE,:zllf'K f-BipNpit:'t-yum ltgllvllfli Remus '. .iltrary 'ive I5 lder Gt khident Patrollet T l Nu Ctoxp. -ff all the eharnnl one can possess. the ltest shey ras is friendliness. l ' I f Fl.0RlCNtfl'l RESNIKIK "ZlfPORAll" N. Y. ll. lit-- hrew Teaeher. llehrew llluh. An idealist. l.ll.LlAN Rl'iSNlflK "Rl 5'l'Y" Private St-eretary. See. to Mr. Brown. Bank Squad. A eharining smile with eyes that glow. lighting the thoughts that lvurn ln-low. NAOMI RESNICK "NItlKY" Nurses Training School. Nurse. Still watt-r runs deep. hut how far ran it st't'p'f RUTH RIBACK "Rl DY" N. Y. ll. Accounting. Re- gents Folder Connnittee. A lvit of sunshine for at rainy day. lDA RICIIMAN "RliNlil-I" Pratt lust. liotntnereiul Artist. Student Patrol. As an Artist we hope you'll draw more than attention. l.ll.LlAN Rlf1llNlAN Secretary. See. to Air. Kuhn, See. to Nlrs. F. B. Fri-edtnan. Nlv tongue within tny lips l rein, For who talks tnueh. talks in vain. KENNETH Hltlll "BllStIl.lfS" N. Y. l'. Dentist. Almighty Goliath? l:lDlTll RIFKIN "Yl'Dl5" Seeretary. llaneing Clulu. to Wit ll Pu on lllX See. to Mrs. Salitan. See, Plus -Plus What? ANNA RIMERT "ENNlli" .'ss ay. --s at' llunter College. C.l'.A. See. to Mrs. Reuillard. She eertifies pnhlit' nppreeiatiott. 1 ' 5 ' 7 - .Q CM! 'f U SHIRLEY RITKOFSK ge. Secretary. L'b- erty Bell Representativ , c. to Mr. SHUIh3 Speaking Club. Brevity is the soul of "r1t." EDWARD ROBAK "EDDIE" His Services rt-' -e blank verse. MIRIAM B. ROBINSON "MIMI" Dental Hygienist. Program Committee. Service Council. She will delve behind lip-service. ALBERT RODKEWICZ "RICKEY" Engineer. .ludge of Arbitration Court, President of Service Council, G. O. Council. Here's a friendly lad with uncanny poise, The day shall come when he'll be a Big Noise. BERNARD RODSTEIN "WHITEY" City College. Mechanical Engineer. Student Patrol Officer. Arista, Service Council. Did father spare the rod, And spoil Bernard? STANLEY ROFF "RED,' Civil Service. Stage Squad tProperty manageri, Service Council, Student Patrol. Without Stanley the stage squad can't get along, He is well liked, able, and strong. RHODA ROGAL Pratt. Designer. Sec. to Mrs. Spen- cer, Sec. to Mr. Green. Good natured and fair, One that deserves a deal that's square. HYMAN ROGER "HY" Baker. Thos. Jefferson Or- chestra, Thos. Jefferson Military Band, Sec. to Mr. Bloom. When people hear Roger, Goodman and Shaw, All they can say, is-Give us some-more. SARAH ROGERS Secretary. Sec. in G. O. Another "Sec" to swell the ranks. EVA ROM Brooklyn. Arista, Service Council, Hebrew Office. A gentle little miss. SEYMOUR ROOK "ROOKIE" Brooklyn. Ican dis- sect bacteria, But I can't dissect a French verb. RITA ROOT "BLONDIE" Hunter College. Nursing. Health Squad, Student Patrol, Sec. to Miss Condon. They come no sweeter-Than our Rita. MORRIS ROSEMAN City College. Accountant. Hopes to be a C.P.A. Everything he does is O.K. ABRAHAM ROSEN City College. Journalist. Pytha- gorean Society. To thine own self be true. GERTRUDE ROSEN "BLACKIE" Hunter. H. E. Teacher. Kagathos, Hostess Club, Leaders Club. A tablespoon of personality, a pinch of coquette, Flavored with te per, that's Ge tygYou bet! . if 0- A .'f.,5 ,C-u.aQ.Q,a,u,4u Z""'4' 7?4U 'MIL llhlfl 112-C :44f1.y, Jfvtf LEUN ROSEN Salesman. Mr. Gold's Political Ad- viser, Sec. to Mr. Rosenman. Let's see how well he can sell himself. RACHEL ROSEN 'fSHELLY" Singer. Jefiersonian, Aurora, Sec. to Mrs. Rieger. Her smile isn't just a smile-it's a little sonata in three movements. SOL ROSEN City College. Accountancy. English Bookroom Squad, Student Patrol Officer, Glee Club. Figures among the great. RUTH ROSENBAUM "BLONDlE" Secretary. Regents Folder Committee, Times Representative, Sec. to Miss Kelly. All her virtues can't be told Cause Blondie's got a heart of gold. HARRIET ROSENBERG "HETCH" Hunter. Budget Committee. Charming, alarming and so disarming. HELEN ROSENBERG. Stenographer 81 Typist. Sec. to Mrs. Newman, Sec. to Mr. Green. Health Squad. Stenographer your line? Success be thine! ANNE ROSENI-3l.l'l"l' City College. Girl leader of Arista. Sec. to A. M. Presidenfs Council. Kagathos. Anne's jolly. she's clever and fair Such a delightful personality Is hard to hnd elsewhere. NORMAN ROSENBLI NI I.. l. ll. Co-captain of foot- ball team: Senior Council: Akelas. Another great Rosenhlum. SHJNEY ROSENBIIINI "l"OOTS" Cornell. Agricul- tural. Histories make men wise. poets witty. lle doesn't read histories. SYLVIA ROSENFELD City College. Accountant. Student Patrol. Sec. to Mrs. l'asternack. Service Coun- cil. Service is her middle name. BERNARD ROSICNKRANTZ. See. to Mr. lllum. Stu- dent Patroller 12 termsl. Sec. to Nlr. Shoenfeld. Relieve it or not--male secretary. HELEN ROSENOWITZ Secretary. An ollice Zorina LORNA S. ROSENTHAL "SONNlli" llunter. Fr. Teacher. Kagathos. Leaders Cluln. G. O. Representa- tive. We have a notion that someday she'll he A great French teacher. just wait and see. IRYING ROSNER i'Rl7BlNOFF" N. Y. College of Music. Orchestra Conductor. Concertmeister ot' Sym- phony Orchestra. Drum Nlajor of Military Hand, Quartet. Upon a good violinist does an oreliestra depend. Re- cause of this, do l lrving recommend. ESTELLE ROSOFF "BRENDA" Private Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Green. Brenda is going commercial. NATHAN ROSOFF "GO0DY" City College. I.ifc Saving Cluh. Goody. good hy! ABRAHAM ROTENRERG Handball Squad. "At least l tried hard." MORRIS ROTH "SHORTY" Business. Arista. l.ili- erty Rell Representative. Roosevelt. Ringly, Rockuc. Roth. l,H,LIAN ROTHBERG "l.lCl'f" Secretary. Ping-pong Cluh, Health Squad. Ping pong! Ding dong! Another "sec" witltin tlte throngl SYLYIA ROTHBERC "TSlPPY" Court Ste-nograplier. G. O. Representative. Leaders Cluh. Student Patrol. Her typewriter will help the wheels of justice. GERTRUDE ROTHENRERG "CIT'l'Y" Nursing School. Greater women than I have lived ffWlto cares? PEARL ROTHENFELD "l'liSll" Business College. Stenographer. Sec. to Mr. Solemniek. Genuine Pearl. EDITH ROTHMAN Secretary. llealth Squad. Student fpatrol. Handball Cluh. Her voice is sweet. lt's hard to heat. N MARTHA ROTHMAN N. Y. l. 5ec.1o Nlr. llarri- son. N. Y. U.--A dignified girl for you. SARA ROTHSTEIN "5ARI" Student Patrol. ls this S. R. made of stone? YETTA ROTHSTEIN "BLACKIli" Nursing. Yet another nurse! ANNE ROTTER "PORKCllOl"' Secretary. See. to Miss McDaniels. Student Patrol. llides her light lnehind a lnushel. ISAAC ROUSSO "IKE" City College. C. P. A. In a fight, is when Ike Russo reaches his greatest height. BERNICE RUBIN "BUNNY', Central Commercial High. Hebrew Club, Sec. to Mrs. Rich, Arista. A clever bunny. FRANCES RUBIN "FRAN" Arista, Service Council, Kagathos. Fran's clever, has charm and grace, A de- lightful personality, a pleasing face. F I RUBI Y er. Teacher. Dancing, d ir y The Pythagorean Society. edas ', club i clination Deserves sincere con- gratulations. EDITH RUBINSTEIN Brooklyn. Ilebrew Teacher. Hebrew Club, Sec. to Mr. Aaroni, Arista. Brains and Beauty make up this little cuty. HOWARD RUDNICK "BLACKY" Brooklyn. Psychol- ogist. Student Patrol. Staid Wisdom's Here. LOUIS RUSSANO "HAPPY" Pratt Inst. Engineer. C. O. Rep., Clee Club, Service Council. A singing engineer. HORACE SADOWSKY "HORSE" Pratt Inst. Art Teacher. Lafayette II. S. Band, Service Squad. He has "designs" on Jefferson. STELLA SACCO "TERRY" Business School. Ac- countant. Leader, Student Patrol, Health Squad. A jolly good sport. EUGENE SALAK Orchestra. llis mu it is very rich gifs well off. JULIA SALINIANOWITZ 'LSCOOPV Brooklyn. Com- mercial Artist. Verse Speaking Choir, Art Club, Aurora Art Staff. Scoop is a girl who likes to draw. You look at her aft and say no more. DOROTHY SALTZMAN "DOTTY" Columbia. Social Worker. Judge in Arbitration Court, Sec. to Mr. Pren- sky, Service Council. She hopes to play litany parts. MAMIE SAMOLUK "MAE" Pace lust. Court Stenog rapher. Sec. to Mr. Melov, Senior Council, Scrvict Council. Another little court trick. ELI SAMPSON Polytechnic Inst. Chemist. First Aid. Beware of DELILAH. EDWARD SANDERS "SANDY" Texas A. Sr lVl. Agriculture. Manager Football Team, Stage Squad, Service Council. He can't step on the ground the way he did on the football team. BERNICE SANDLER "BOBBIE" Sccretary. Student Patrol. Like Coca-Colag the pause that refreshes. IRVINC SANDS "IRWIN" Pace Inst. Accountant. Sec. to Mr. Segal. The Sands of our time. SIDNEY SAPERSTEIN "SAPY" City College. En- gineer. Choral Training, Public Speaking Club. Cur- rent Problems Club. lle hears both sides of the story, The wrong one and his. MORTON SAROFF "JUSTIN" Juilliard School of Music. Music. Orchestra, Military Band, Dance Band. Morty has such a gorgeous grin, We don't know where it doth begin. BEATRICE SASKIN "BEE" Secretary. Stenography Club, Ping-pong Club. Bees fly straight. MIRIAM SATMORY "MINI" N. Y. Il. Concert Pianist. llostess Club, Scc. to Miss Meehan, Sec. to Nlr. Shupack. ,IeiIerson's Female Padcrewski. JOIIN SAWICKI NSAYOY' Ile went Russia one better-he made Jeff. on the six year plan. MILTON SCIIARF IIe's beett tn eommunion with Morpheus all term. SEYMOUR SCIIARF "RORSCIIT" City College. Rio- Chemist. Jeflersonian. Pitt and Ring Representative. Arista. Knoek, Knock, Igneous roek. SARAH SCHARFF City College. Aeeountant. Ping Pong Club, Bank Representative. Pytltagorean Soeiety. Wistlom's self oft seeks to sweet retired solitude. MOI.I.IE SCIIECTEL "NIARI.ANE" Bookkeeper. Ac- cording to an established rule You get no boost for not serving the school. SIDNEY SCHECTER "SCHEK" Brooklyn. Iludget Committee. Any Tom, Diek and Ilarry ean graduate from T. J. H. S. Ilis name is Sid. MILDRED SCIIER 'tMILI.IE" Bookkeeping. Informa- tion Desk. Sec. to Mr. Barbanell. Millie expeets to be knocked by her hair We won't disappoint her, itis RED, so therel LESTER SCIIEYER Ambition ltas no rest. MURRAY SCIIIFE Meeltanie. Ile takes engines apart in order to put them together again. GERTRUDE SCIIIMNIEI. "CIT" City College. Pri- vate Seeretary. See. to Mr. Seigel. See. to Mr. Shepard, Hebrew Club. Smiles and dimples are pleasant to see Q So is red hair: she has all three. BENNY SCHIPANO A masterpiece in blank verse. ANITA SCHLANCER "NlNEE" Blues Singer. Stu- dent Patrol, Clee Club. C. O. Representative. She'lI live her life in harmony lane There'll be tto blots to darken her fame. ANNE SCIINIOOKLER "RI-ID" Knitting Instruetress. Senior llostess Club. See. to Nliss Sehwenker. See. I0 English Office. She's knitting her way toward sueeess. JACK SCHNEIDER "JACKY" "I came to bury Caesar, not to translate him." MARION SCHNEIDER City College. Commercial Teacher. See. to Mrs. Adnapoz. See. to Mr. Reynolds, Sec. Current Problems Club. The right of free speeeh forever upheld, For an eloquent voiee is ntore eherished than gold. MELVIN SCIINEIDER "LENI" Dentist. Co-Captain Varsity Swimming Team. Senior Couneil, See. to Mr. Miehler. The poor fishf'-be's eo-eaptain of the switn- ming team. MORRIS SCIINEIDER "NIOISIIY" Brooklyn. Eleea trician. Hebrew Club. Student Patrol First Aid. The new Mois-y-ah. JOS II SCHN ID MAN "JOE" Delebanty. Pos lice Joe's uite ' wrt le like hi s 3 .LARE SCIINITZER Pratt Inst. Commercial Artist. Treas. of Kagathos, Pr:-sident's Couneil. Senior Couneil. Claire. to us you're a bundle of joy We all agree you're the real INIeCoy. JULIA SCIIOCKETT llunter. Journalism. See. to Miss Barclay. Aurora. llebrew Club. Iler ambition is journalism. She regards it with optimism. CLADYS SCIIOENBERG Bookkeeper. Regents Folder Committee. She wlto is quiet and refuses to speak Will go through life witlt lter tongue in ber eheek. MAX SCHORR "MANNlE" City College. Doctor. Student Patrol. Knows all, sees all, We wonder! BLOSSOM SCHULLER "BABE" Brooklyn. llealth Ed. Teacher. Aurora, Sec. to Miss Frank, Sec. to Miss Rich. A dancer, a scholar, a girl full of fun, A good dispositioniall rolled into one. ISIDORE SCHULMAN "BABE', Savage. Health Ed. Teacher. Student Patrol. Sec. to Mr. Sit-gal. Maybe you want a manager, maybe, huh .... 'F DOLORES SCHULTZ "DFI" The theatre is in for a reat A dancer l hard to Ja - Si u ,s1e's"- le't. L DA Sl HWARTZ lDAllO Barn.udf.ollegt. Journal- ist. Liberty Bell, Aurora Sports Staff, Service Council. l've thought and thought and thought--And all I thought of is'--SPORTS. LAURA SCHWARTZ Secretary. Sec. to Miss Cordon, Sec. to Mrs. Artale, Student Patrol. Great Inodesty often hides greater merits. LEO SCHWARTZ St. John's. Accountant. When one needs a friend? , MINNIE SCHWARTZ Secretary. Sec. to Miss Cold- man. As a secretary, she dashes to the head of the P. T. Department. THEODORE SCIIWARTZ "TED" Delehanty. Civil Service. Tears can't affect him-his heart is water- proo . SOL SCHWARTZMAN Brooklyn. Law. Sec. to Mr. Siegal, Sec. to Mr. Shapiro. Nothing to say, but always saying it. MAX SCHWARTZSEID "BOOKWORM" N. Y. ll. About football--crazy. In school-lazy. JAMES SEALE "WlLBUR" Brooklyn. Lawyer. ln the future he will be A lawyer to set his clients free. LESTER SEBEL L. I. U. Dentist. Another of the group that pulls. LILLIAN SECAL "LANKY" Attendance Office, Sec. to Miss Frank, Current Problems Club. Better late than never. MARILYN SEIDMAN "MlTZlE" Sec. to Mr. Rey- nolds. A charming little lass Cood in any class. RECINA SEIF Brooklyn. Journalism. You're always so quiet. Are you on a talking diet? ISAAC SELICSOHN "ZEKE" City College. Chemical Engineer. Arista, Editor of Jeffersonian, Knocks and Boosts Committee. With his brains and our eyesight, we all passed "Chem.', CHARLES SENDER "CHUCK" Soldier of For-tum-. HAROLD SERBIN He may be blond but he is not light-headed. JACK SERKIN "Submarine-Jakei' L. I. Il. Football- player. Football Team. Those aren't frecklesfsit's rust off my iron constitution. IRENE SllAPlRO UFRECKLI-IS" Business. Student Patrol. Sec. to Miss MacDaniel. A girl so charming, telt slie's J SE H SHAPED orr't Kert yoursell, Joey. TTIE Sl-I P Ea .tit-ss. ' .-.. nS"'f' li en 1 al0it1Q,Gl1.ll4,I 't " 5 se Swiorn fE'i'9llkEQll Q11 My 'eve-11.4111 AGM- rj, ETHEL SllATL2xf'L ICKLE ." Br 'ly . Accoun- tant. Library Assistant. Sec. to Mrs. Kahn. A precious little package. SAl'L SHEIN "SOLLY" City College. Chemist. Arista, Senior Council. And still they gazed. and still the wonder grew, That one small head could carry all he knew. SELMA SHELVBOY "SHEl.LY" Business. Sen. to Mr. Katz. Service Council, Senior Dramatic Society. Always cheerful, always gay Ever friendly in every way. ESTHER SHERESHEFSKY "SlllCRRY" Nurse. llealth Squad, Sec. to Miss Edinburgh. She wants the aching: hrow of humanity. to soothe Aurora VIOLA SHERMAN llunter. Art Teacher. Art Staff. Senior Dramatic Society. Sec. to Mr. Dol- genas. Though she's not the postman's daughter. She certainly knows her "males" HAROLD SHERR "llll.l.O" Sec. to Mr. Seigel. lle would have been out sooner. if they had given him a file. NICHOLAS SHINKARIK "COl'I.A" llandhall Team. Swimming Team, Baskethall Team. .lust one of Nature's nohlemen. lRENE SHIPLACOFF "SlllPPY" Bookkeeper. Sec. to Miss Barclay. Civil Service Clulv. ller secretarial studies will he no loss We're sure she will delight her boss. Lll.LlAN SIIOCHAT t'LlGllTENlNC" A jitterliug. with one foot in the groove. LILLIE SHORE i'l.El7TY', City College. Jotlrttalisttt. Senior Council. Service Council, Aurora. Cynical. sat castle. Coodshumor? elastic. ETHEL SllllLMAN "ETTll'i" Cooper llnion. Sculp- tress. Sculpture Clult. Painting Cluh, Portraitttre Class. She'll reach her goal hy using her hands. MILDRED SIDELMAN "NlILLll-I" Brooklyn. Service Council, Senior Council. Like granulated sugar--sweet and rehned. MIRIAM SIEGAL "MlMl" llunter. Teaclier. Knocks and Boost Committee, Art Model. Student Patrol. This sweet senorita is a sunshine ray Containing the vitamins O and K. REBECCA SIECFIL "lCA'l'-MORE" Secretary. Olli- cer's Council. Eat and he merry! ARNOLD SIEGFIl.M.'XN "ARNllC" llrooklyn. llclmrew Cluli. A woman hater. he hates to he without them. HERMAN SlRCl'fl.SON Brooklyn. Opticialt. Senior Council. lle'll haw an eye on the future. OERTRLDE SlLYl'fR "TRl'DlE" I.. l. li. Accountant. Kagathos, Senior Council. Well worth her name. CLAIRE SILYERMAN "CLEO" Private Secretary. 0 l'.'s Thu tit aff. S1-c.?o Mrf Greenwald. Ouwi erva'Pi'x.rhe p u and neapl'I'hiey cotnhination is ard Bo heat. HV., '-..I A wa' 1 . ,l,l4.-.UQ H ' h A I L 3. 'fb' if NATHAN SILVERMAN R. C. A. Radio School. Radio Repair Man. Nathan's high school bread -a four year loaf. PAULINI-I SILVIERMAN Private Secretary. Sec. to Mr. R. Friedman, See. to Mr. Shepard, Regents Folder Committee. One of ,IeHerson's best. SYLYIA SILVERMAN City College. Secretary. See. to Miss Natelson. Student Patrol, Regents I-'older Com- mittee. As sweet as all our Sylvias. DORIS SILYERSTEIN "IJIlTCll" Student Patrol. To call her sweet is quite unfair. Because there's more than sweetness there. SHIRLEY JOSI-IPIIINIE SIMMONS 'EIO' Why Jo, Sllirley 'F IRVING SINGER "BIi'I'CII" City College. Accountant. Arista, Civil Service Club. A rare species--a modest singer. PEARL SINGER 4'PEPPY" Bookkeeper. Student Patrol. Does a good turn Wltei'e others are concerned. RI SI ER BYE l I IatEE7a1'g'aI P5810 . eat f oc1.ty,- ubl . pfa ing, . rren Pr - ' , - flimer ' , l.l.xA1S-:ggi s - v. 't re V7 . I y ' I ' PJ bg: , I GLADYS SIPKIN " IT' Business. Student Pat o, Sec. to Mrs. Rlatt. Red's got 'Soomph" that sure's a treat: The kind that keeps her on her S. P. beat. PAUL SIROTA "PACY" Does nothing in particular, and does it well. ,IOE SKOPE 'S.IERSEY" Pensacola Training School. Navy. Sec. to Mr. Siegel. The scope of his horizon may be limited to what he can see from a cruiser. ISIDORE SLEPACK City College. Iiealth Ed. Teach- er. IIere's where "The Crapes of Wl'atl1" are stored. ,IIILES SLEPIAN SSLEEPYN Il. S. Naval Academy. Naval Pilot. Student Patrol, Ilsher Squad. Service Council. A veteran boxer: Always Olll before the See- ond Bell. SY VLLSLIPOY Bookkeeper. See. 1 Miss Barclay. lIi C uh. If ex- cuses were a r, . tem get alo SWIIIIHIIAM. ,IEANETTE SMALLI-IR Nurse. Student Patrol, C. O. Representative, Red Cross Club. A good thing in this package. AARON SMITII g'SMITTY" N. Y. Il. Dentist. Sec. to Mr. Schoenfeld, Supply Committee. To be a dentist is Smitty's ambition In his ofiice they'll wait to gain admission. RITA SMITH Secretary. Ping-Pong Club. Sec. to Mr. Shepard, Regents Folder Committee. Willing to help and eager to please What other virtues are better than these? FLORENCE SMOLIN "FLO,' Secretary. Sec. to Miss Goldman. FIo's humorous and slightly stout Yet seems to know what it's all about. SARAII SMOLOWITZ City College. Stenographer. Arista, Tennis and Badminton Club. Arista member--- liygiene student, Member of Tennis Clubfever so pru. 4 ent. ' SELMA SNITKOFF "t,IIllNK" N. Y. U. Journalist. Sec. to Dr. Klein. Student Patrol, Sec. to Mrs. Soko- love. Glamour personified. SEYMOUR SOBEL "PROFESSOR" City College. Chemist. Ramsay Chemistry Club. Program Committee. Arista. Maybe so many test tubes won't be broken now. ALBERT SOHMER "ARCHIE" St. Johns. "Bored" of Education But really not so bad. JOSEPH SOLARCHIK "Yl'SSEI." Student Patrol. He's so timid. he wears a loud tie so that he-'ll be seen. WILLIAM SONNES City College. Chemist. Chem- istry Club. Ile found a new use for razor blades: he shaves with them. JERRY SOREF "DOPEY" Fordham. Salesman. Swim- ming Team. Say. Boys, d'ja hear this one yet??? ISIDORE SPECTOR Brooklyn. Bank Squad. Lost St Found. Student Patrol. The girls call him maple sugar, Is he a refined sap? LEON SPIELNIAN City College. llebrew Tcaclter. Hebrew Club. Sec. to Mr. Bloom. Sec. to Mr. Lewittes. We sincerely hope that Leon will be another Soloman WILLIAM SPOLANSKY "RII.I." Watch my dust. here I go. JULIUS STAMLER "YERNI'IR" South Carolina. Foot- ball Team. Sec. to Mr. Goldberger. Sec. to Mr. Schoen- feld. Read, mark. learn and inwardly digest. HELEN STANZEL Nttrse. Red Cross Club. Health Squad. She's an all-around maid: Athletic. charming and staid. ESTHER STARK 'AIIEDY' Brooklyn. Housewife. Hebrew Club. Infirmary Sec. As gay as a lark. as bright as the sung With her nearby, there's always fun. BENJAMIN STARKAND City College. Doctor. Student Patrol. We hope he will have the "Patients." MIRIAM STARR "MINI" Arista. Kagathos. Vice- Pres. Senior Dramatic Society. Rise and shine. oh starr so bright: Rise and shed some knowledge light. RUTH STEIN Brooklyn. Social Worker. Arista. Stn- dent Aid Play, Service Council. ller dramatic ability goes without sayingg Still Ruth enters a theatre by paying. SOPHIE STEIN Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Shepard. Sec. to Arbitration Court. Kagathos. A nicer girl is hard to find. We'll always keep this one in tnind. BERNICE STEINBERC HBERNIIT' Nurse. ln again. out again. away again, when again? BLANCI-IE STEINBERG Medical Record Librarian. Student Patrol. C. O. Representative of Senior Class. She's 5'liIy T Fine." Choose your flavor. PAULINE STEINER "PEP" Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Wise, Regents Folder Committee. Pep's life is just one big checkerboard, She's always jumping around. DOROTHY STEINHART Hebrew Club. The intel- lectual arrogance of youth. JOSEPH STELNICK Business world. Service Coun- cil, Orchestra. Sec. to Mr. Sakol. Some folks through pull. fulfill their aims. Not Joe --f- he'lI get there with his brains. LOUIS STERN "CHARLIE" Sec. to Mr. Siegel. "lf at first you don't succeed .... " ANNA STOLLER Secretary. Sec. to Mrs. Rieger. She'S sweet and shy But no boy can pass her by. 5 L l L IIELEN STONE "SKII'I'Y" Dancing. Senior Dramatic Society. Radio Club. Keen eyes foresee her greater glory. CEI.I.-X STRAISS Vice-President of llostess Cluh. Sec. to Mr. Bloom. I.ife Saving. No wonder fishes switn in school. They know that Ce-lia's in the pool. EDITH STRIZIYER "BI.ACKIE" Bookkeepcr. Sec. to Mrs. Russell, Student Patrol. A lmookkeeper is Edith's amhition I.et's hope she succccds with rccog- nilion. Vl'II.I.l.-XIII S'l'Rl'fNI Delehanty. Civil Service. Suc- ccss is his goal. with determination the winning kick. SHIRLEY SIINSIIINE 'ISIINNY' Brooklyn. Teacher. Oflicial class treasurer. See. to Miss Touvim. Song and Cheer. Sw:-ctncss. sympathy and smiles arc all em- hodied in our Sunny. TESSIE SIINTAG Secretary. Sec. to Miss Natclson. A Geppetto production fa Marionette. DORIS SUSSNIAN "RED" Business. Sec. to Mrs. Ar- hital. Student Patrol. Dancing Cluh. ller hair has such a vivid glow: Tltey eall her "Red" and rightly so. GliR'l'Rl'DE SUSSM.-KN See. to Mr. Schneider. Agree- ahle and full of fun: Well-liked hy everyone. SIIIRLEY SVl'EEDI.ICR "GINNY" Sceretary. Sec. to Mr. Reynolds. See. to Mr. Steinlrert. Another famous Ginny Without the light hrown hair. LEON.-XRIJ SWICRIDUI-'lf Brooklyn. Dramatic Society. "Thou knowesl what a man am I." ,IOIIANNA TABB "JO" Citv College. Court Stenogra- pher. Sec. and Treas. of Official Class. Record Room Assistant. S ,. to Mrs. Rieger. Sh 'll kecp talrs on the judge. I . . K ' - J' w . S f 1 ' H .IBIL "XZ" ,New R0cltelle,,f'I'1-aclttttg IL XC . . At ' a. Pi ndniing pre3:ntative. Sent to Mr. Dol- gena. .1e's 3 .et 'ind td tnelhtwl The Prayer of kzgooddooking ai' ow. NL ' ' I K I ll, u SEYMOUR TARKOFF' "SY" lllusician. Orehestra. I'Ie's the leader of tlte saxes in the hand. We hope he will he the hest in the land. EIWVARI7 'l'.-XRPEY MTWERPU Georgia. I7ort-stry. Trees and women. he likes them Ixoth. IIEI.EN TAIR t'LENNl-Y' A modest henrt lmeneath a quiet exterior. REGINA T.'XI3IIlNIAN "JEAN" Secretary. Student Patrol. Sec. to Mr. Auslanrler. When shc speaks. they all listen with mouths agape. DOROTHY TEPPER Stenographer. hlemher of Stu- dent Patrol. A little hackward ahottt coming forward. ROSLYN TFISlNl.fXN "ROZ" Secretary. Sec. to Mrs. Quinn. Speedy tnind. snappy lingers Wherever she goes her spirit lingers. l.lI.l.IAN TESSl'fNIlOl.TZ Brooklyn. Teacher. Ka- gathos. G. O. Representative. Arista. She that hath knowledge. Spareth hcr words. ICSTIIER TII.'XW Service Council, Business Staff of Publications. See. of T. J. II. S. Jewish Community Chest. W'armer than her natne. DOROTHY TIGER "ANGEI.', Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Horowitz. Oflicial Class Treasurer. Iler curls are de- pendent--on the weather. ROSE TISCHLER Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Kostiner. A rose that knows! BENJAMIN TOPOL Ahl Sleep. it is a gentle thing MEYER TRAVIS "LEFTY" Artny. Bank Represent- ative. As an extorter of money. l.efty's a honey. EMANFEL TRACHMAN "MANNll-I" City College. Meteorologist. If you want him, look for a Charlie Barnet record. He'll be there. ISABEL TUCKER llaste thee. nymph. LILA TllRETSKY City College. Accountant. Mime- ograph Staff, Student Patrol. Service Council. What do I care how tall I be If I know people look up to me. MILDRED l'LINOI-'F "MIN" Business Executive. Ping Pong Club, Sec. to Miss Schiller, Sec. to Mr. Eiuhorn. Well timed silence has more elequence than speech. ,IENNIE VALOFF "JAY" Secretary. Sec. to Mr. Lieberman, Library Assistant, Sec. to Miss Thurm. Jennie with the light brown hair. SIDNEY VELINSKY "I.El"TY" Special Patrol. In every sport he has a way. Ile lends a hand and saves the day. ESTHER YELOIWNICK Bookkeeper. Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr, Gold, Kagathos. Esther's swell: ask Esther, she knows! LAWRENCE VOCEL HLARRY' Brooklyn. Teacher. Sec. to Mr. Kaufman, Senior Dramatic Society. l.arry is a good bird. ROSE VOZZA Pratt. Designer. Kagathos. Senior Council. The gift of charm is rare 'tis true. but nature coined it just for you. ABE WFALDNIAN N. Y. If Doctor. Service Council, Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. llarrison. Personality plus, and a nice fellow besides. EPIIRAIM WAI,ITSKY "TW'lNNIE" Brooklyn. llantl- ball Team, Swimming Team. "Ssh, here comes Ralplfs brother." RALPH WALITSKY "TWlNNlE" Brooklyn. lland- ball Teatn, Swimming Teatn. "Ssh, here comes Eph- raim's brother." SHIRLEY WANK Citv College. Secretary. Deatfs Office, Aurora Typist, President of French Club. A thing of beauty is a joy forever. PAUL WASSERMAN "NlOliSTACllIO" City College. Sports Editor Liberty Bell. Service Council. Senior Coun- cil. Ouikin, Milcy. Powers K Wasserman. ANNE WAX "WAXY" Bookkeeper. Asst. C. O. Treasurer, Service Council. Senior Council. ller train of thought never leaves the track. AARON WEBER "Cl'Rl.Y" City College. Pythag- orean Society. lie aims to please but his aitn is bad. FRANCES WEBER "FRAN" Student Patrol, See. to Mr. Aaroni. Her quietness is apt to conceal All the assets she might reveal. ELAINE WEINBERC Brooklyn. Science. Aurora Staff. Ping-Pong Club. Quiet and shy. quiet and shy, She-'ll be a riot by and by. LOIIIS WEINBERG "AllREA', Southern California. Teacher. Jazz Band, Orchestra. Come on Lottie swing it out, Make 'em dance, make ,em shoutl SARAH WEINBERG "SITCll,' Secretary. Modest simple, quite and sweet, Very still, but can't bc beat. EDWARD WEINBERCER "RED" City College. Aero- nautical Engineer. Swimming Team. Bank Representa- tiv . Speaks a beautiful dialect, with both hands. A1-nz!C6fft.4J.1,a W1 HARRY WEINER "DOC" Brooklyn College. Chemist. Student Patrol. Credit is given, where credit is due. JACOB WEINER Accountant. Budget Committee. He fancies figures. RUTII WEINSTEIN "CUTIE" Sec. to Mr. Tenrosen, Student Patrol, N. Y. Times Representative. If silence were golden, shell go broke. PEARL WEINTRAUB "BLONDlE" Brooklyn. Spanish Teacher. Service Council, Program Committee, Arista. Such a pearl needs no adornment. ELEANOR WEISBERC "ELLY" Brooklyn. Teacher. Arista, Service Council, Literary Editor of Aurora. Rain makes flowers beautiful, I hear. I hope it rains on me for a year. JULIUS WEISBERC Interior Decorator. Student Patrol. Our drawling plainsman from East New York. EDNA WEISS HEDDIEI' Secretary. Asst. in Biology Lab., Sec. to Miss Zibkow. Weiss is nice. ESTELLE WEISS "RED" N. Y. U. Reporter. Ka- gathos, Leaders' Club, Sec. to Mrs. Cutter. Kagathos! she's bound to cry Must be supported, or it will die. SEYMOUR WEISS "SKID" Aurora. In school he's an active member, lle's a fellow we'll always remember. THERESA "Terry Teacher. Senior Council, President of Peace President's Council Her counsel is sought in all, the councils. " ED I TEDJDYEN V,Brookl1yp..,S'igii Painteph Tl I s V is o I' I ' of lJl!8fCl.i'S7ll6.' lilreti idle r ,fpur years. . ,,--4 f ,, NATHAN WESLER Brooklyn. Bookish, no doubt. ANNA WEXLER "HONEY', Brooklyn. Interpreter. Arista, Sec. to Mr. M. C. Cohen, Senior Council. A gallon of wisdom to a teaspoon of talk. ETHEL WEXLER "SKlPPY" Brooklyn. Journalist. Regents Folder Committee, Student Patrol, Service Council. A popular skipper. PEARL WI-IXLER Modeling. Sec. to Dr. Sper. At- tractive and dark Sht-'ll make her mark. ABRAM WIDRA "WO0DY" Brooklyn. Chemist. Senior Council, Sec. to Mr. Iluppert. Arista. Don't worry, Abe, the big oak was a little nut first. BELLA WIGLER "DlMPLES" Washington Business. Sec. to Miss llay. Service Council, Switchboard Op- erator. A pleasant face, a charming smile, Make know- ing Bella well worth while. l'Il'tll'lNlf Wll.lCNlflllK "lll'fNl'i" We-sl Point. Army. lloutlini was pretty goorl. hut looli at ine' l passvd history. ROS.fXI.lND WILIKOFSKY "REID" Kilgulllos, l.ihurty Bell Representatiw. ls Urlanwlo far lwliiutl? lll'lRl3l'fRT W'll.KUY Brooklyn. 'l'hvy vall him a wit. But that's only half true. Sl'il.NlA WlNlllCRfNl.-KN "WlNDY" lillsiltvss lfollt-ge-. Civil Servire. .l6ffPrsonian. l'uhli4' Spf-akiug ifluh. Svc. to Miss Palm:-r. A swvet l1l'c'vzv. NORMAN VlflNlKl'iR llroolxlyn. 'l'vat'ln'r. Welling- ton Yvashinglon. Willkie, Yviriilu-r. ETTJX WITOI-'SKY llranlatit' St-hool. Sw. to Mrs. Warsll. An ahh' avtr:-ss. .ll'IRRY WOLF City Colle-gr-. lillf'llllSl. Arista. Stumlvut Patroler. Serxice Counvil. "Sc'ientilir that's nu-." MARTIN W'0l,l" City fiollvgxe-. -Km-ounlaut. ls ln' a hig. had ..... ? ISARHARK WUl,Flf Y4m'l'c'tal'y. Sz-v. to Nlr. 'l'r-uro en A t'hronic'ler of our Tirnv. HARRY W'0l.l"l'1 Business. "l wont to ,le-ll." RliBlN W'0l,l"Nl:XN"Rl'Rl'i" Brooklyn. l,awyc-r. Stu- ds-nt Patrol. llr- rloes his homework regularly. and his frienfls ser- to it. that they get il. PENRL W'0l,l"SUN "Rl"liflllllf" SlPIlll,Lll'llPlN'l', 51-12 to Mr. Adolph. If amhition wnrv footl. l':-arl would he a glutton. SAM WOLK "Hl'lIKl.li" St. ,lohns lniv. lf. P. JK. Senior lfounvil. Stuch-nt Patrol. iNlllllt'Ug1l'tlIlll Squad. For two vents. Fam wouhl throw a rwnuy away lw's Slll'll Z1 glllili lTllFiIlP5f4 Yuan. ESTHER WTHSKY Sing:-r. Singing: is the- logical choire Of any girl with a gohlf-n roivv. RUTH W'ORllAFTlG HRONNII-1" Brooklyn. 'lll'llt'lN'f. Choral Group. llannlhall tfluh. Knocking sornv folks may he fun. Knocking you just r'an't lw mlonv. BICNJANIIN WI R'l'Zl'fl. S:-v. to Nlr. Nlvlov. l'in and Ring Repre-se-ntativv. Stumlvnt Patrol. lk-n limls that. hesitles his home-. Svhool is the' place- to rest his tlonw. GRACE WYNIAN Secretary. Sf-nior Council. Stumlvnt Patrol. She floesn't hragz. she tlon-sn't hoasl. Ru! for hvr svhool, she does tht- most REBECCTX Y.-'KRENRHRGI "lllfiiSlilli"6 Xrooklyn Col- lege. ,a hqr, e-lmrewllltllff ' r r ' iss lxlt't'llllll, Sec. rorpglf. Karoiif Always ivorkiiig. ne-LW shirkiug. Along her path. Slll'l't'h9 its lurking. JOEL YI-Il.l.lN Quiet ple-asf-Y E'l'llliL YESOWITZ tlily Colle-ge-. Civil Svrvive Stenographer. llealth Squaml. Sw. to Nliss Rive-rc. Wake up. Ethel. flllll-I he shy. We-'ro ye-ry frivutlly, why mlon't you try? MA'l'll,D.-K YOINC "MICKEY" Hostess tiluh. Sw-. to Mrs. lloeg. Stately auml graveiul lftiquvtte- taste-ful. CONSTANIIE YIIZIK "CONNIE" Sec. to Miss Mc- Daniel. There are three methods of l'UllIlIIlllllC!lIIOYl- telephone, telegram and tel-Connie. DAVID ZAIILER "MOE" Artist. Ambition to he head of the Buick Division of General Motors. ALFRED ZALDIN "ALP Brooklyn. Dentist. Biology Lab., Service Council, G. 0. Council. Ile'd like to see laws passed witlt teeth in them. JOSEPH ZALENEFSKY "JOSE" City Collcge. Ac- counting. One of the all seeing silent. EDITILZALESKY Nurse. Ilsher Manager, Student Patrol Captain, Service Council. Florence Nightingale lives again! RIITII ZARICTSKY "RU" Too quiet to rue. GLADYS ZEISLER Ilollywood Modeling School. Model. Stltdent Patrol. The form of a Goddess and heart of a Saint all encased in a figure so quaint. MORRIS ZHARNEST "THE LITTLE KING" The day I graduated from elementary school I was so ex- cited, that I could hardly shave. SEYMOLR ZIBI LSKY "ZlBBY" I.. I. ll. Law. Swim- wing Team. Oh what a darling Milk St Cracker Monitor, lle's going to L. I. Il. to become a janitor. SYLYIA ZIBIILSKY "ZIBl" Stenograplier. She must have come from llolland, she's always in Dutch. RO. r ZI 7- -Qit . Tea' ' r Kagatltos, . to N K1 st'. Shehas?iigI1"it1eveH'ty a just as important, fine personality. SYLYIA ZIINIMERINIAN "TIPPY" Brooklyn. Tcacher. Clee Iflult, llealth Squad, Ayen YVinncr.Y Shc halves our sorrows and douhles our joys. ALBIN.-X ZIOINIEK 6'AI.VIE" Secretary. Lcaders' Cluh. As noisy as a falling snowflake. LUTTIE ZIONTZ Brooklyn. Spanish Teacher. Edi- tor-in-Chief of Aurora, ,IefIersonian, Current Prolxlclns Cluh. Iler frank young analysis Stoops to no artificc. SOPIIIE' ZIPKIN "SOAPY" Sec. to Mr. Newman. Student Patrol, Clee Cluh. Sophie likes to put her watch under her pillow and sleep overtime. MARTIN ZIYITDFSKY "DITCAN" A good citizen He knows his rights and privileges. BERTHA ZUCKERMAN "BARS" Student Patrol Of- ficer, Clee Cluln. Sonic can and some cannot- -Balls can more than others RMA 2 ': fy. Y. ' ,ri-ta, . ot Tec . rs. Ma . . II nt r's are Iilie f ey rm so ' . yt Y IRVING ZURIN Brooklyn. Law. We would like to see Irv. get a-head. EDWARD ZWEIBAN "IIIlCS" Service Council, Sec. to Mrs. Rieger, Senior Drantativs Cluh. Like a hook, bound to please. SOL ZWEIG L'ZEKE" All scholastic ear bender. SOL BAILIN Look, mommer, I done did it! TESSIE WEINER A pretty girl is like a melody Hy their fruits ye shall know them. MATTHEW, 33. lli1'lzilm'sl1ip will llilYQ' no plum in Thomas ,li-fT1-rsmi while- sur-h u si-lf-govvrning body as thi- 11.0. Counvil vxisls. As all the llllljlbl' urglzinizations are rvprvsvnted. mal- tvrs 1-mn-vrililig vxt1'z1-1'l11'rim'ula1' activities an- llirashm-fl out fairly. Mr. lVlaurif'P Beck- vnstm-in is Arlvisvrtoilu-11.0. Cuunvil. The' prf-se-nt oflicm-rs am-: fiQ'0l'fI1' lfinn. presi- flvnt and llvlvn Ps-illi-r. sfwl'vtz11'y. Stanlvy l"l'Illll'Zilli. l'rvsiri0nl of ilu' A. M. Presi- clvnl's Cuunril lwcaim' ViC'l'-pI'l'SlClf'Ill aflvr Stzinlvy llivllvr. fornwr Viv?-pre-siflviil was ll'ZllISlll'l'l'Q'll ln almllivr srlinol. The- svnior llN'llllH'l'S zur: Alln-rl limlk1'wi1'z. Hzn'wy M1-mlm-lem. Rusv l"1'l'l'z1l'a. Stanlvy l'il'lPIII'Zilli. llunivl ,lz1rmus. llvlvn l'1-iilvr. Alfrvd Zul- , din. ,lusf-ph lliw-iiiiiziri. Azlrmi Lafmx ' C ' ouncl 612 enior ounci ldi-as llnsll one' an minutc when thx' Svnior Counvil sits. Two 1'Ppresf-ntatiws from mlvh svnior class vxvliurigx- opinions on all prolwlmns of senior iniportanve. Xvhvn enthusiasm reaches too high il pitch tha- watchful vyv of Mrs. Madeline' Quinn is thc' steadying influenvv. Nominations for class cvlv- lnrilivs ure' lalkvn from vacll oflicial class and suhnlittvrl to the counvil. Later. ai selected list is Slllllllillt'll lo olliviul clussvs for final vlec-tions. Ullim-rs of tho 4-oum-il are' llzmivl Jarmus, ?I'f'Sl'1lf'lIfI John Christian. vice- ll'CS1'llClIlj Framw-s I Rulrin, Sl'f'I'f'IlIl'j , Sllirlvy Mirzuns llvrlwrl .Mg Miriam All:-in Anloinz-Hu Atlus lflnim' llulu-r ,lm-k Harm-It l'i4lvvzu'1l BRISIIIIPI' Sllllll!'y lie-rule' livllvv B1'l'llSlt'ill Sinlii- lillllIlt'lll.l'ltl William lirivf llc-le-n fillt'l'll2II'li ,lolm fillfiiliilll Jxlifillllllll lfolwn and lNlildrvfl cifillltlll. l'lll!'l'llt'l' Cooper Ivan lhiiizigrl' Saul im- Dunn:- I' Ion-rice' llwoskin Z1-pporalh lfssrog Svyllllilll' Fuss .Ivan l"ingr-r Cnssim- Fislnnzm llttlllgl l'iI'l1'1lllIllll Slunln-y From'luk 'Walt ulie' Corvlik lltlllilll bold lilll'il liolmlslvin xlIllll'4'4l lil'illlHll' treasurer. Mvml lfluirlolle Crt-Pn Yiolvl Crolsky Osvur jasper Paul Kulirkstc-in David Kravitz .lvalwtlv Kula Marilyn lllllflilll l.eonur1l husky joseph l.4-ifvr 'lim-ssiv Levin? Hvnjzirnin l,f-vinv llc-rman l.i9lll'l'IIl2lII Shirley Liss llurwy Nl:-ml:-low N' FS RIT' I Paul Urlinsky Milton Fenner Irwin l'4-nzel .lulivtlv Pfefier Sam Qualk :UDP Quirlra lllmw- Quymar lfstlu-r Ruylwr lfxu Rappaport Betty llesnirk Anno Rosenlmlilt Norman Kosenlnluln l'1I'8lH'f'S Rollin Nluniie Sumolok Melvin Sr-lmeialer Clare Sl'llIlllZ9l' Ile-rman Segelson Saul Shvin l.ilIi1- Shore Nlilalrr-ml Slllt'lIllllll fit'l'Il'll1lt' Silvfr Ruth Stein Roses Yonai Paul wlilSS1'l'llIllIl Anne Klux l'ilQ'iill0l' Xvvislwrg Jhllllt' xVl'Xlf'l' 'llfrefl fulclin ,Q 'Ea ' i 4- ...f - pudgcafiona One of the most harried groups in the school is the business staff of the fejersonian and Liberty Bell. lt is no mean matter, this business of getting advertisements and of circulating the Iejersonian, Aurora, and Liberty Bell. The following is a list of important members: Sylvia Lew, Dora Alpert, Esther Thaw, Murray Solomon, Sigmund Ebner. The faculty adviser is Mr. Newman, ever good-natured and eflicient. altlang ZZ Budding reporters for an anxious world work feverishly in Room 219 under the wise and critical eye of their adviser Mr. Paul Pearl. A glance into the room reveals an intent Layout Squad, a group of speedy typists and inspired staff writers engaged in adding the finishing touches to copy. Senior members are: Martin Barkan, Elaine Bernstein, Henry Brief, Arthur Kantrowitz, Aaron Lafer, Juliet Pfeffer, Ida Schwartz, Paul Wasserman. Secretaries are Zena Champaigne, Mary Crundfast, Goldie Koltenuk. jefkm oni an The fejersonian, our school magazine is a semi-annual publication. By means of several innovations, the staff has succeeded in elevating the magazine from third to first place in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association competitions. While the members of the staff are continuing to work diligently, contributions rain in from an enthusiastic student body. Mrs. Freedman and Mrs. Singer are this term's faculty advisers. The senior members of the fefersonian staff, better known as the Holy Order of Pencil Pushers are: Editors: Florence Dwoskin, Isaac Seligsohn. Editorial Board: Milton Morganstern, Rachel Rosen, Seymore Scharf, Benjamin Starkand, Eleanor Weisberg. 65 rizifa Eorcinost in scholarship, character, and service are tht- ,lellcrson lcadcrs in Arista. Unc of thc dutics of these Jeflersonians, hesides that of wcaring tht-ir :Krista pins. is thc douhtfully pleasureahle duty of tutoring flunkers. Able- Faculty ,Mlriser Mr. ,lack Deutsch semi-annually brightens their lives hy organizing an outing or thcatrc party. Olliccrs are: Boy Lcazlcr, Harvey Mcndelowg Girl Lcadcr, .Nnnc Roscnhlittg Sccrclurt. Eleanor Karasok. Scnior members are: Anna Aronson. Gladys Atlas, llarold 'hllSlllDf'l. Ruth llolhcr. .lllt'tbll Cantor. Mildred Cohen. Florence Cooper, ,lean Danziger. Signnnid Elmer. Scymonr lfass, Irving Ecinherg, Miriam Frank, llyman Cold, Lillian Graifer, Daniel Jkll'll1tlS. Nlolly Julius, Syliia l,cw, Shirley Millcr, Milton Newman. Milton Pcnner. Eva Rappaport, lico R1-ich. llcrnard Rodstcin, Era Roni, Morris Roth, I-'ram-is Ruhin. lsaac Seligsohn, Saul Shein. lrxing Singer. Sarah Sinolowitz, Irene Solarsh. Miriam Starr, Eleanor Weisherg, Anna Wexlcr. Norma Znkerinan. Shirley .Mlt-Inian. Miriam Altein. Shirley Bczoza, Matin Hokan, lflorvnce Dancnhergl. Ruth Elvenholtx. Nliriani lfcllnian. Dorothy Geiger. William lloldherg, George llanser, Alhert llirschherg. Oscar London. Raymond Meyerowitz. ,luliet Pfeffer, Bernice Ruhin, Edith Ruhenstcin. Seymour Scharf. Scyinour Sohcl. Ruth Stcin. Lillian Tessenholtz. Abram Widra. .lcrfy Wolf. Rose lik. Pearl XY:-intrrnih. llcrhcrl Kzvxanowitl and lrwing Friedman. at e L agafluofi Kagathos is the honor society of the Girls Health Education Department. l'lato. the Creek ihiloso ther, ori inated the mhrase, Kalai Kai Afrathos. the Grecian idcal of the 1 i 2 1 P N D perfect woman. It symbolizes the loftiest heights to which XX onmn can aspirc and the stepping stones toward this goal are Health. Beauty. Service. Knowlcdgc. Rose Ferrara is chancellor: Florence Goodman. secretary. and Claire Schitlcr. trcasurer. Me-mhers are Lona Rosenthal, Ilelene Peitler, Eva Rappaport. Elsie Uuhin. Rosc xitlllll, Estclle Weiss, llclenc Werthcim, Sophie Stein, Mildred Graff. Helene Ostapicc. Gcrtrude Silver, Anne Rosenlmlitt, Shirley Miller, Violet Grotsky, ,leanne Eingzer. Eleanor liarasak. llcrtrndc Bartnicka, Esther Velouvnick, Lillian Tcssenholtz, Rosalyn Wilikofsky. Xliriam Starr. Flor:-ncc Cooper, Sarah Marcus, Ruth Bollrer. Florence- Gold. Rachel Greenberg. lllarice Nlcndlcsohn. Gertrude- Rosen and Francis Rubin. M6194 ommiffee l The Budget Committee. under the direction of Mrs. Madeline B. Quinn has a difficult task. The members are representatives chosen from each class. Each student must collect and be responsible for the money of the Senior Class. The money Collected is used for the senior expenses which include the Prom, Class Night, the girls, gowns, Class Book and picture. The members of this organization are: Mildred Cranoff, Jack Benedert. Morton Berman, Elaine Bernstein, Yetta Cohen, Stella Denemark, Sigmund Elmer. Rebecca Fingerman, Sara Flusberg, Violet Grotsky, Milton Keitel Esther Landis. Victor Lapidus, Adele Levenberg, Sylvia Miller, Pearl Penchansky lrwin Penzel. Harriet Rosenberg, Sidney Schecter, Shirley Sunshine, Johanna Tabb 5 5 9 Dorothy Tiger. Louis lveinberg, and Jacob Weirler. JGOCLJ an Zgoodfgi gommiffee "Say. if you knock me. l'll--fi This is typical of the threats that the Knocks and Boosts Committee has had to put up with. Be assured that this can be as annoying as a fly in your soup. Yet this "hard-workingw group kept right on knocking the flies out. Members are: lsaac Seligsohn, Chairmang Lillian Shore, Bessie Feinberg, Miriam Siegel, Rose Lerner, Mildred Cohen and Aaron Kianofsky. l Jeflersonis hot-bed of public activity is the Service Council. Here our future presidents, civic leaders and diplomats begin their astral climb, under the excellent guidance of Miss Touvim. Only students who are outstanding in school service and personality are selected. Thirty of the eighth term mem- bers are chosen as outstanding seniors, one of whom receives the Governors Cooperation medal. For significant service rendered, seven others from this group of thirty receive certificates. This term's council contains l40 members and has at its helm Albert Rodkewicz, president, Rose Ferrara, vice- prcsidenlg Abraham Cohen, secretary SCIll0I' ll1ClTlbBI'S 3I'CZ Shirley Abrams llerbert Aig Dora Alpert Gladys Atlis Elaine Bake! Sylvia Beller Ada Berdansky Esther Berg David Berman Elaine Bernstein Edward Birnbaum Regina Bloom Sadie Blumenfeld Ruth Bolher Marlin Borklix Shirley Bowersliy lic-nry Brief Shirley Chmelnitzky Florence Cooper Deborah Danto Jean Danziger Sigmund Ebner Joseph Elitowitz .lack Dolsky Zepporah Essrog Seymour Fass Eona Flittman Irving Feinlierg Miriam Frank Irene Glasser Annette Click Irving Greenfield Lillian Greenfield 68 Mildred Granoff Joseph Greenman Estellc Goldstein Rhea Goldstein Rachel Greenberg Lawrence Hollander Edytlie Kalmans Don llaironson Thelma Kapler Arthur Kantrowitz Harry Katz Goldie Kolodny Lois Kostick Ethel Krinick Jeanette Kula Aaron Lafer Esther Landes Leonard Lasky Sidney Laufer Pearl Leif Benjamin Levine Tessie Levine Sylvia Lew Arnold Markowitz Harvey Mendelow Eunice Metchnikoff Shirley Miller Sylvia Miller Eva Osofsky Della Pasover Helen Peitler .luliet Pfeffer Ruth Reich Miriam Robinson Bernard Rodstein Stanley Hoff Eva Rom Sylvia Rosenfeld Anne Rosenblitt Frances Rubin Louis Russano Dorothy Saltzman Mamie Samoluk Edward Sanders Isaac Seligsohn Selma Shelubov Lillie Shore Mildred Sidelman Jules Slepian Ruth Stein Joseph Stelnick Esther Thaw Lila Turetsky Abe Waldman Paul Wasserman Anna Wax Pearl Weintraub Eleanor Weisherg Theresa Weitzman Ethel Wexler Bella Wigler Jerry Wolf Alfred Zaldin Edith Zalesky Edward Zweihan Esther Berg eruice ounci When? Periods 1 through 10 plus extra time for social functions. H771 ere ? Halls. Auditorium. Why? To demand your program card. To order you to the Arbitration Court. P.S. To see that you comply with the rules and regulations. How? Sharp eyes detect a dirty floor under the lunch-room tables. Keen cars detect the surreptitious whisper. .gzwlenf pafro W? FACULTY ADVISERS Harry Katz Mr. Umans Mr. Kostiner OFFICERS President Joseph Greenman V ice-President David Berman Treasurer Arnold Markowitz Secretary Edythe Kalmans Usherette Manager Edith Zalesky PRI V A TES Herbert Aig .lack Dolsky Joseph Elitowitz .lessie Fuchs Sol Greenberg Howard Hainik George Hauser Florence Hollander Leonard Lasky Benjamin Levine Bernard Rodstein Benjamin Starkand Sam Stein Abe Waldman Shirley Abrams Shirley Adlerstein Sylvia Beller Sylvia Cohen Zepporah Essrog Deborah Danto Shirley Kazanowitz Edna Karenberg Ethel Krinick .leanette Kula Sylvia Rosenfeld Mildred Sidelman Esther Velouvnick Ethel Wexler Bertha Zuckerman Eunice Meonikoif Sylvia Newman Della Passover Ruth Reich Sophie Zipkin Rebecca Siegal Juoalma gi, C4155 lll'I'PIIl l9l'0AA?l'll5 enior ramafic Sociefy HOSTICSS CLUB The lllt"IHllf'l'S of thc' Hostvss Clnls. nnclvr the- tavtlnl gllidalive of Mrs. Hoeg. haw give-11 thvir nnsnrpasst-tl svrvices most graciously and willingly at tho many school functions. A naw clriw has lwvn starti-ml this term for aiding the soldiers in hospitals. who lwvonn- ill. The nwmlwrs haw made- most se-rxit-valvlv hath rolws for the men. The svnior aitlvs arv: PI't'Sltlt'Ill. l"rant'vs ltuhin: Xiu'-l,i't'siml1'l1l. Colin Strauss. and Svv1's'ta1'y. Sarah W4-itmnan. Othvr nwnl- lwrs aw: Saflic' Hllllllf'Hl.Plfl. Host' l'l1'l'I'ilI'il. lrvnn- Classvr. Ciartrurle llosvn. Alun- St-lioolu-r. Wlatilila Young, Fannie' Book, Ann llosvnhlitt. Nlilclru-cl Cran- oll. and lfsthvr Tanclis. CLASS NIGHT After llllIl'll ado with tht- Achninistration on-r Class Night. tht- Svnior Class t'IlN'l'g.It'il the- xivtor. thim- nlorc' svniors wvrv givvn tht- l'llEIIlt't' to luring to light tht' talents whivh hav? lain clormant for at IIllllIlN'I' ol l4"l'IllS. Class Night arrivvs at last. ltis foggy ancl wt-l outside, hut inside Pvwyoiw fc-vls lvright and t'l104'I'f. ln the 3lldlPIll'P. luxurious skunk mats xii' with silu-r fox javkf-ts for fashion honors. Exceptionally hrigrht spots in tht- prograni we-rv tht- Swing-sextvt. thc- Arbitration Court satirv. anul tht- Football skit. The Svnior Class of january IUI-l may lu- pronil of the fart that thvir was ont- of tht- most sut'i'm-sslnl Class Nights in Thomas Jvffvrson Class Night history. Milly Cranofl, Sfljllltllll' Fuss. Xlvyc-r Kass, .lnlivl l'fvlTi-r. Elaine- Bernstein. Bernive Nieson. Nlitzi Fink. M11-lv l.e-wnlwrg. Certrutle- Rosen. :Klmraham Cohvn, Yirtor l.api4lns. liste-llv Wviss. llelen timin anml Milton l7e'ng:ersts-in. fdrdifrafion Courf allfe Ol'CAO.'ffl'6l - .. - sf . sts -. . . . ' ARBITRATION COURT An integral part of our student self-government is the Arbitration Court. For the past sixteen years, this student body has been functioning actively, settling disputes between students and interpreting the laws of the school. The judges, as well as the faculty ad- viser, Miss Meehan, should be commended for the excellent job they have done in balancing the scales of justice. Judges are: Regina Bloom, Albert Rod- kewicz, Ruth liolker and Dorothy Saltman. Secre- taries are: Mamie Samoluk. Sophie Stein and Sylvia Slipoy. THE CURRENT PROBLEMS CLUB The Current Problems Club is a laboratory where ideas and theories are tested. Under the friendly direction of Mr. Jaffee, forums on every conceivable topic of public interest are held. Guest speakers often appear to clarify subjects and make meetings more entertaining. The members of the club are: Rettie Lulsky, Sidney Sapp:-rstein, Edith Levine, Miriam Chiger, Mildred Graff, Shirley Miller, Ida Feinerman, Rebecca Klein, Joseph Elitowitz. Sol Cordon, Rita Singer, Roslyn Cohr. Bertha Nash, Lillian Seigal, Abe Widra, Esther Huber, Sol Levenson, Irwin Franke. Stanley Breclier. Helen Farber, Anna Lediusky, Marion Schneider, l. Slepash. Florence Cooper, Hy Cold and Cladys Batwin. DANCE ORCHESTRA The Dance Orchestra swinging into action on Class Night. Lots of Hthat stuff" jabbed the air and the audience gaped with surprise. The jitter-bugs ap- proved wholeheartedly. SENIOR DRAMATIC SOCIETY Regardez-vous, siil vous plait, les visages of our local thespians, better known as the members of the Senior Dramatic Society of Thomas Jefferson High School. The expressions on their faces run the gamut of emo- tions. The young man in the front seat looks as though he lost his last copy of Shakespeare. The Dramatic Society has been especially active this term producing once the excerpts of some of the world's most famous plays and the next time, an Eng- lish version of the famous Czechoslovakian play, R.U.R. Mr. David L. Katz is faculty adviser. 71 1 IQJ CM CM 4Never has this club of Jefferson been so busy. In Room 201, every Tuesday and Thursday come the faithful to sew for the needy and collect the trimmings for the Christmas trees. ln addition they send their work to the Navy and the Allied Relief Fund. Mrs. McCall is their kind adviser. Helpful members are: Helen Benjamin, Eileen Brenner, Florence Deutsch, Pauline Ettinger, Lillian Fellman, Shirley Horlick, Gertrude Morris, Swen Nurse, Jeanette Smaller, Helen Stanzel. l Fudge .SiaeaLing Demosthenes in modern clothes! Under the direction of Mr. Jack Zack various forms of discussions such as panel and round table groups are taught to the aspiring young orators. The technique of speech is analyzed carefully and in detail. The members iare: Hyman Gold, Sol Gordon, Irene Hallote, Shirley Ritkofsky, Sidney Saperstein, Rita Singer and Selma Winderman. l l 1 4 l 1 l9reaic!enfA ' Counci! The get-together of presidents of senior official classes has produced some of the improvements that have made Jeffersonians proud of their school. Headed by the cooperative, willing president, Stan Fronczak and efficient Anne Rosenblitt, secretary, it has, by earnest petition, shown the faculty that Class Night may be given with little trouble to a harried, reluctant adviser. The members are: Stanley Fronczak, Presi- dent, Anne Rosenblitt, Secretary, Alfred Zoldin, Seymore Fass, George Feldman, Oscar Jasper, Milton Penner, Paul Arlinsky, Paul Wasserman, ,lohn Christian, Ruth Stein, Juliet Pfeifer, Florence Cooper, Zepporah Essrog, Sadie Blumenfeld, Eva Rappaport, Rhea Goldstein, Helen Cherpack, Claire Schnitzer, Rose Vozza, Milton Morganstein, Stanley Birke and Mamie Samoluk. 72 me Wudic Ebelaarfmenf The four pillars of the Music Department, under the able supervision of Mr. Louis West, uphold the musical traditions of Jefferson. The orchestra, whose work it is to make our assembly periods more colorful, enriches the student aid and commencement exercises. The function of the Military Band is to represent our alma mater and bolster our school spirit at our various inter-scholastic activities. Owen Klein, whose baton may be seen waving at the school dances and the Senior Prom, is the leader of the Dance Orchestra. Once a term a presentation is rendered by the chorus, the pride of the department. The senior participants in these activities are as follows: DANCE BAND I Seymour Tarkoif, Harold Bielski, Morton Saroff. MILITARY BAND Charles Avison, Spartan Kaufman, Pearl Lieberman, Seymour Tarkoii, Morton Sa1'oH:. CHORUS Shirley Hodes, Helen Goldstein, Bessie Lutsky, Ida Levine, Mitzi Fink, Ruth Worhaftig, Sylvia Lucas, Sylvia Zimmerman, Frieda Feder, Elsie Dichtemberg, Victor Lapidus, Sidney Saperstein, Renold Barrack, Hyman Gold, Paul Orlinsky, Sol Rosen, Sylvia Newman, Sophie Zipkin, P. Singer, Abraham H. Cohen, N. Wexler. ORCHESTRA Irving Rosner, Joseph McArthur, Miriam Fellman, Jonah Cooper, Harold Bielski, Irene Glasser, Charles Anson, Hyman Roger, P. Lieberman, Spartan Kaufman, Pearl Lieberman. CL eering .gquacl T-J-H--S-Yea Team! This tells us that our exhilarating "Cheering Squad" is in action. The fourteen students clad in orange and blue uniforms are full of vim, vigor and vitality. Under the leadership of Mr. Donald Adolph, the squad meets twice weekly. Herby Lackowitz, the captain of the six boys on the squad, and Vettie Grotsky, captain of the eight girls on the team, are always on the alert, looking for new idx and cheers for the squad. Senior members include: Vettie Grotsky, Rhoda Meiselman, Daisy Gitilstein, Florence Goodman, Elayne Bergman, Leanora Rubin, Florence Carton, Dolores Miller, Herby Lackowitz, Bob Weil, Harvey Phillips, Irving Abramowitz, Irving A. Cohen, Peter Cadaro. 73 'T 3 4' , ..r1. JEFFERSON in Jabba V 95 'P 46" X 9 R QB ,f if .1 1' V ,Q , ,--, W S, V 1 za .2 ' ' -Q. 3. 1 75' i 11 ac 'x VSV? 1 1 x My im if 1 5522? PGRT RE IE S.O.S. fSave our Sportsl It is rumored 'round our portals That our football teams are through, Can we be such lifeless mortals As to let this "crime" come true? Our baseball team's been snatched away Our track squad quickly followed, Letis see that football's lwre to stay This too must not be swallowed! "We wuz robbed." This statement made by the soccer and football teams may be justified. This summer during vacation, our own Jefferson Bowl was broken up to be con- verted into a playground. As a result of this, the soccer team has to travel to McCarren Park, somewhere in the depths of Greenpoint, to hold its games and practices. Many times the only people who watched the game were the substitutes and the coaches, and possibly an occasional straggler. Unfortunately, however, the football team was forgotten altogether. They had to go through their paces in the wilds of Canarsie, envied by cows and horses. The gridmen could be seen running over hill and dale, pulling down passes and squirming past would-be tacklers. They couldnit hold scrimmages because that would be injurious to the players, and although they confined themselves to "dummy scrimmagen some of the boys still came up with bruised shins and battered bodies. Therefore they could only use a very small portion of the field. Some high school teams have fields so soft that they are a pleasure to fall upon after being tackled. They couldn't hold secret practice sessions either. Anyone could crowd around the coaches to listen to their remarks. We might as well have handed our plays neatly written out to the opposing teams for application on the Saturdays of the games. Anyway they beat us to it, because they watched our plays from their cars during the practices and copied them. Finally, after the boys had finished their tasks they trudged back with sweat-soaked uniforms in the chilly early evenings, up Sheffield Avenue to their field house. The supplies, such as the blocking dummies, were brought to and from the "dust bowll' by means of a pushcart which the managers had to watch alertly. They were "done dirtf' Why even in the Worldis Fair there were spacious, green grass covered plots used for scenery, while a good high school football team couldnit be provided with a decent field, which could be called uhomef' Prospect Park or Highland Park could have been used for ,leffersonls Uorphanedl' gridiron heroes, and maybe a bus provided for the transportation of the teams of the Orange and the Blue. 79 Although losing many outstanding players last season, the soccer team this year has been in excellent shape. Mr. Clark successfully filled the vacancies with many promis- ing newcomers. One of the most promising has been Larry Lindenfeld ftoo bad he was a seniorj whom Mr. Clark has praised for the excellent job he did at the position of outside right. Owing to graduation, next season the team will be without the services of Dave Siman, who, for the past five seasons played splendidly for Jefferson, Alfred Czerner, brother of Gerhard Czerner, who starred for Jeifis team in 1938 and Abe Levenstein, Captain and Goalie who has played soccer here for three years. Also to be honored are Siegfried Horn, Al Zimmerman, Irving Cohen, Calvin Weinstein, Nathan Cook and many others who played so splendidly this season and who are going to carry on successfully in the seasons to come. Up to this writing the team had beaten Bayside 1-Og Bushwick 3-0, and had come back to tie Cleveland in the final half 1-1. MILT FR!-:EDMAN gaaleldaf On Pennsylvania Avenue, near the corner of Blake, stands a cozy, innocent-looking candy store. How misleading! For here lurk fiends, the Pitkin Avenue hunters, and the wolves of Brownsville. Occasionally, the various members of the basketball quintet linger about the store, while waiting for practise. The boys are rounding into shape fast. That is evident in their choice selection of diet. '6Kosher knishesv with a bottle of Pepsi is their favorite dish. Many times they smuggle down the perennial Jefferson pretzel with mustard from the lunchroom, in order to balance the meal. Boys chiseling cigarettes, and buying loose ones on the sly, mingle with "les damesf, Little Hy Gotkin appears on the scene, in quest of his partner in plunder, Harry Boykoff. Hymie, a dangerous man, is fast, elusive, and a shifty ball-handler. He hangs around awhile and leaves. Suddenly the store darkens, for statuesque Boykoif is stooping through the doorway, searching for his little Hymie. Hesh, towering above the heads of all, can be seen for blocks around. He is a Jefferson landmark. H. B. is a valuable scoring threat because of his six feet eight inches of strapping bone and muscle. Hy, who perceives Hesh from a distance, bounds between his legs . . . A touching scene, indeed . . . The David and Goliath of basketball in a graceful pose! The co-captains of a team with immense potentialitiesl In the meantime, Fats Holler, is having himself a tasty repast of a jelly apple and Jeffersonis famous beans a la bakde from Boston. "If it was up to me," says Herky DeBlinder, "they could stay in Boston." In darts Morton Brofman. Kelley is a whiz on the court, with speed to sparc. A natural player with form and talent, Kelley is cool under fire. Morton comes in for a batch of pencils. Kindling wood for the massive stoves of Jefferson is in tremendous demand, for it is quite drafty these days. Who should then enter but David "Glamour Boy" Siman with a flock of giggling girls. Dave, who stars in soccer as well, is continuously followed by his ardent worshippers. Siman is an aggressive floor-worker. He washes the gym floors weekly. Seriously, he is a fighting lad with "guts', and basketball "sachel." Enter, Larry Barnett, who enjoys a cooling, refresh- ing, soft drink of Pepsi with aspirin. Larry has a strong constitution, an unwritten 80 one. Here is a ball player who has fast developed into an excellent passer and play- maker, and a smooth operator on the hardwood. Five such capable veterans should play a prominent role in our success. Able reserves are found in Freid, Oxschorn, Gerschick, Kornblatt, and Greenberg, with a host of promising prospects on hand. Despite the loss of Derkash, Fronczak, Shinkarick, and Gelfand, the crew should prove to have a high-scoring, efficient attack. Mr. Max Hodesblatt, former star of City College, is one of the best scholastic mentors in the country. Hody uses the zone, man for man, and the City Switch very effectively, and develops the latent power of the hoopsters. SEYMOUR WEISS 51.4. Mug. QIefferson's crushing 4-2-0 setback at the hands of a powerful Boys, High eleven in the inaugural game of the season brought forth the following excuses: "Our kicking fool, John Christian, and valuable Earle Henry were lost because of knee injuries, and we were deprived of our quick kick artistf' "We weren't organized for our mighty foe so early in the season." Thus, ,leffis alibiers have embarked upon these and many other reasons for such a lopsided score .... However, the team that was a slow-starting outfit gradually gained momentum and began-to roll. They came mighty close to upsetting the apple cart in the Curtis game. The Staten lsland group scored one touchdown to win at 14+-0. Curtis has been conceded the mythical city crown and in public school circles has made a high-scoring scholastic record by trouncing F eris 73-0. Our squad really showed their stuff in the 12-0 victory over Manual at Ebbets Field, playing perfect ball throughout. Here, Dr. Edward Washington, former team- mate of Red Grange, showed what a clever coach can do. Ebbets Field proved a successful stamping ground, because the "Jeifmen" pul- verized the New Utrecht team to the tune of 18-O, and finally climaxed the season with a glorious 6-2 victory over our bitter arch rival, Tilden, before a thrill-packed crowd at Boys' High Stadium. The Brooklyn Tech game to be played at Ebbets Field after the Manual game, was dropped from the schedule because of the Dodgers- Ciants feud at Ebbets Field the following day. The weather was quite humid, and the double header would have churned the field to a muddy pulp. What had appeared to be a gloomy season resulted in a surprising success which found its peak in the vengeful trimming of our friendly enemy, Samuel J. Tilden. Thus, the team, lead by the inspiring Paul Dubenetsky, ended the season in a flash of glory. Excellent was the work of Bernard Cuskind, Norman Rosenblum and Julius Stamler. The basketball forces, tutored by Mr. Hodesblatt, worked diligently, their ultimate aim lying in the direction of the city crown. As usual the soccerites are of outstanding quality. Their give and take gladiators are coached by the capable Mr. Clark, who set the camp-fire flaming with his soccer exploits at Princeton. Soccer in Jeff is not outdone by any rival sport. So, we have new stars uncovered, thrilling moments and historic feats revealed in all their glory, by the graduating class of January, 1941. 81 340 .9l'lUeI'lfi0n dll! pl'0gl'e5J of Edfietgaff In this day of streamlined maneuvers, attaching social significance to the mere act of tossing an inflated ball at a peach basket taxes the imagination. But that device, employed at the close of the 19th century H8921 by Dr. James Naismith, while a student at Springfield College, has grown to such proportions that before its 50th anniversary, it annually occupies the attention of 18 million participants all over the world and entertains 80 million here. That's the figure reached by the U. S. Government research and it represents a greater body of followers than either baseball or football! Basketball is unquestionably America's foremost after-dinner sport. Out there on sports, supreme court are five boys going crazy trying to get the ball away from five other boys. Eventually they start chanting "A Tisket, A Tasket" get their basket and the whole show starts over again. Thus, this game became the nation's outstand- ing dinner screecher. Forty-seven years ago, a dignified professor invented the game, slightly astounded that he could so suddenly turn class room boredom into beautiful class room bedlam. In no time at all basketball put dumbbells fwise and otherwisel out of the gym- nasium, hung Indian clubs back on their racks and made it perfectly proper for young men to run around all winter long in their summer underwear under peach baskets. Today more than fifty nations are enjoying the game,s thrills. In its infancy the game was merely a upassinga' fancy. Picture one of those early games in which the offense was a mad scramble, each score the result of an individual effort and the action stopped after each score, so that the ball could be removed from the peach basket with a step ladder! And the maimed or injured were removed from the floor via a stretcher! And then the mad melee would begin all over again with all bars down and no holds barred. That was the birth of a game which today is governed by highly defined rules of conduct, passing, dribbling and fouling. IDA SCHWARTZ 82 And the ripe harvest of the new-mown hay Gives it a sweet and wholesome odor. COLLY CIBBER i jf. Qfurn They say there is a story behind the mask of every New Yorker. And I can believe that. It was one of those typically hot New York days made hotter by the absence of shade, hotter by the presence of the sickly yellow fronted shelves which were the tenements. It was odd that I had felt it, but into the ether came a certain strangeness, a something that served as a direct antithesis to all the Ghetto, that human beehive, stood for. A melodic strain, so foreign to this atmosphere, drifted to me on a breath of air. Where had I heard this before? Could this slime, this filth, produce something so infinitely beautiful? The air was gone but the melody lingered on, encompassing me in a veil of intrigue. What soul had been so passionately reverberated in that mellifluent theme? I could do no more than wait, to wait and see if I could but glimpse the face of the one who had fingered the violin with so much compassion. An then he came. He was the Ghetto. In the very folds of his clothing could be seen the painful experiences of his cheap, crowded existence. But it was in his eyes that I read my story. From the depths of those burning eyes came forth the light that heralded the beginning of my story . . . Q l 'I Q The quiet of the little room was disturbed only by the heavy breathing of the man who lay upon ugly, broken bed near the window which was thrown open wide in a vain attempt to relieve the stifling heat. Save for the bed, the only other furniture in the room was a table and a few scattered chairs, all much the worse from years of use. At the table sat a boy, his handsome features emotionlessg his eyes fixed on a violin. Suddenly, he leaned forward and tenderly lifted the instrument. A violent gust of anguish went through him as he saw the contrast, the laborerls hand and the rich man's toy. But it wouldn't always be this way, it couldn't! His father, filthy from the day's labor, had thrown himself across the bed, sleeping. His mother was busy in the kitchen making those incomestibles that come only from the heart of a Ghetto kitchen. He turned from the detested scene and passionately drew the bow across the strings. An audience appeared before him. The figures, clothed in furs and dress suits, listened to him intently, their mouths agape, their breath inaudible. They would applaud madly. He knew that. He knew . . . Why this pretense? Here was no audience, a sleeping man, a wretched woman. They did not hear, they did not feel. What did the poor know of beauty? "It's ready, Sol, supper." Of what use was food to a starving soul? But within a year, within one short year . . I fl 'I' I- Sol Horowitz of the Ghetto had undergone a metamorphosis. The electric lights now shouted Saul Halpern, concert virtuoso. No longer the broken room. Now the broken heart! 85 Saul stood in his dressing room, gazing at his complacent reflection. He was perfection to the minuteness detail. Perfection was in his clothes, his carriage, his poise and stability. Perfection, too, was in his hands, whitened from uselessness. In his eyes, which once had expressed his soul and its ambition, could be seen the satisfied look of a man who was well-fed, well-groomed. The very universe had changed. This was it, this was the top. The concert halls, the gaping crowds. No longer did he see the short, shabby figure of the man who kept Steadiness at his right hand and Sleep at his left. No longer did he see the woman, who was to die as she lived, in the kitchen. The broken watch and the kitchen utensils were past memories which he chose to forget. He had offered them the luxuries of the wealthy, but they had turned away his offers saying, "No, no. A lifetime we lived in this house, so we wonit move now. Anyhow where will the Lord, Blessed be His Name, find us when we got to go to the everlasting Home? You know, Sol, life is like a book. You borrow it, shape it and mold it. Some do more with the pages, some do less. Us, Sol, we're the plain books. So you got maybe some gold pages. No, so we'll stay here until it's time to close the cover. Go on, Sol, keep your gold pages on top. If you want us we'll be here. If the good Lord, Blessed be His Name, wants us we'll be here, too, waiting." Saul sat upon his luxurious chair, lost in meditation and misery. A door opened and his patron entered. "What an ugly figure of a man," thought Saul as he regarded his financial backer. He was well dressed. A host of the city's best tailors saw to that. However, no tailor could hide those mean, contemptible features. Two lines drawn on either side of his nose gave his face the appearance of a dollar sign. It was a face that expressed power, the type of power only money can buy. "Halpern, my good manf' came from his lips, "Mr, Xavier Vanwood would like you to play his favorite piece again tonight. He pays well to keep his company amused. You can include it in your repertoire, can't you?" Saul agreed with a puppet-like nod. He was not happy as he stood with his patron, nodding, smiling, accepting money for playing the songs they liked. A musician should feel free to play from his heart, not his pocket. The violin was gently taken from its green cushioned box and gently carried to the stage. A few chords sprang forth from the piano, announcing the beginning of the piece. Mechanically, a bow was drawn across the strings. Mechanically notes leaped into the air. A puppet was playing before a group of immature, enraptured children. The virtuoso looked at the audience through the strings of his violin. High up in the balcony were his peopleg the people whom he had known, whom he had spoken to in the Ghetto. Odd how the darkness surrounded them. Odd how the lights shone in all their glory upon him. He was one of them. Yet he was so removed, so detached. Alone. Alone on the brightness of a golden page. His glance came down the rows, from the cotton on top to the silk and furs below. How cool, calm, poised and emotionless they appeared. Suddenly his eye alighted upon Mr. Vanwood, who sat with several beautifully-painted chorines. Mr. Vanwood a veritable Machiavelli, who used every means to justify his desired end. And what was Mr. Vanwood doing? Sleeping. A sleep that came not from fatigue but from boredom. A drunken sleep that came not from labor but from liqueur. 86 That was too much. The sensitive artist was set alire. His memories burned through his brain. He saw again his father filthy from the day's labor thrown across the bed, sleeping. He saw again his mother, busy as always in her kitchen. Now he remembered his mother's humming as she crossed the floor, his father's calm breathing, as rhythmical as rain, as rhythmical as the beat of a violin theme. The pain and anguish of that moment of remembrance, of revelation tore at his heart. They had known what the violin meant to him. They had known that music was in his life's blood. He knew now what music had been to them. The proud gleam in their eyes, the peacefulness of the house when he playedg the tears which they bravely tried to control. What mattered starvation? Every penny went into lessons, into the best of instruments. He, their only son was to be given a chance to make his pages in life's book golden. They knew he was overly ambitious, but they said nothing. Their every prayer was for his happiness. Now he knew! !! He would go back, back to the people who understood him and loved him, back to the people whom he loved and whom he knew. His people. No longer would he see the false faces before him. No longer the scum, who sat before him sleeping, in his full-dressed suit. His soul was brilliantly ignited. It had found its home at last, a home in the Ghetto . . . It was odd, but everyone in the audience had felt the sudden change, had felt the electricity in the ether. They didn't know that it was a soul which had found its way home. ELEANOR wl-:ISBERG FLORENCE DWOSKIN 87 'l!UAaf. Wai elim! I dropped a ring upon the floor, It rolled beneath a chair, And when I went to search for it, It simply was not there. And then a vision came to me: I saw lost objects go To a land in which chaos reigns Of which humans do not know. As I entered What-Not Land, Memories filled my brain, I saw a thousand things that once In my own home had lain. Pencils, books, and sundry things Lay strewn upon the ground, A dozen sheets of paper ,twould take To list the things I found. A ruler that once astray had gone, And ne'er its way found home Lay among the scattered ruins, of a broken Steeple dome. H A memory of one happy day Spent in a pretty park Was crushed beneath an ebony tree Pressed by the Stygian Dark. 88 A medal that was given me, For service I ne'er did render, Reclined among a -grammar noun, Lost in masculine gender. A fragment of a lovely blossom That in mid-Victorian age Had graced the neck of a beauteous dame Was pressed upon a page. A mark that once escaped the mind Of my teacher of arithmetic Ran hither and thither in the land, Chased by a hickory stick. And then a story that I once wrote About a g-hostess and g-host Was wrapped about a dismal thing That once had been a boast. And many, many more I found Memories of days gone by And I thought: my past really lives It's just minutes die. And so the ring and other things Which evaporated into air, Have gone ahead to What-Not Land And await me there. ELEANOR WEISBERG 89 34 C ' .V A 2 lI"5f lg t OR THE HOT-AIR BOYS UP IN THE BALLOON "Here comes that sneaky Mr. Wilsonli' said our hero, Bick Marter fwhom our readers will remember in "The Great Library Mystery" or "The Hot-Air Boys Climb- ing the Tree of Knowledgewj . "Yes," said his chum, Hank Berriwell fwhom our readers undoubtedly remem- ber in "Crossing the Oceani' or "Pilgrims on the Path of Least Resistancenj . "I won- der what that cad is doing on this balloon?,' "If I make no mistakef' said the sneaky Mr. Wilson, approaching the two bosom friends, "your conversation refers to me." "Very likely it does," replied Bick. "Listeners rarely hear good of themselves." Mr. Wilson turned red with rage and said, "Be careful what you say, my young friend. I am your superior officer, you knowf, "Mr. Wilson," replied our hero, who was now very wroth indeed, "perhaps you forget the many insults you heaped on my manly head in our previous encounters in 'The Great Library Mystery' C324-9, Bubbleday, Moran 81 Co.J. But I have not forgotten. And perhaps you forget that we are both civilians on this balloon which we are here to protect. But I know that you are really here to steal the plans and sell them to Zobraviaf' Mr. Wilson now turned white with fear. "So, my young friendf' he hissed, "you found out. Well, that is just too bad for you, because now I will have to do away with youf, "In the name of all that is manly and Miss Mary, whom I saved from your clutches in 'Prohibition Days' or 'The Bottle of the Century," I accept your chal- lenge," said our hero politely, removing his coat. "For six long books, I have yearned to do battle with you, and now I give you your last chance to withdraw while you can." "Neverl" cried Mr. Wilson, and uttering vile oaths, he leapt upon Bick without any warning. But our hero coolly stepped aside and thrust out an arm. Mr. Wilson ducked to avoid the blow and dove for our hero's legs. Taken unawares, Bick staggered back. In the ensuing struggle, Mr. Wilson managed to reach into his pocket and slip on a pair of brass knuckles and he fell down. In the interim, Miss Mary appeared, was horrified at the terrific battle that was going on. But then, as she saw whom Bick Marter was fighting, she began to cheer our hero on to greater deeds. Spurred on by Miss Mary's words, Bick neighed and determined to make good before Miss Mary. He grasped Mr. Wilson by the neck with one hand and by the legs with the other, and exerting great effort, he lifted him bodily off the floor. Then our hero strode to the rim of the balloon high up in the air and threat- ened to throw Mr. Wilson overboard if he did not agree to confess and go to jail peacefully. 90 "Yes! Yes! I agreeli' cried Mr. Wilson after many vile oaths heaped at the head of our hero. Then Bick, with the help of Hank Berriwell, his bosom chum, tied up Mr. Wilson. When this had been done, Miss Mary ran over to Bick and threw her arms around Bick Marter's neck and cried: . "Oh, how can I thank you for saving my father and me from this villain!" Our hero smiled and said, '4I'll see you tonight at nine. But I wonder if that rascal, Mr. Wilson will escape and cross my path again." Then our hero reflected for a moment and said, "In fact, I think I will meet him next in another battleto the death in 'There Is a Destiny That Ends Our Shapesf or 'The Observation of a Middle-Aged Lady,." ISAAC SELIGSOHN Our Own .iuif aracle Blues on parade . . . Monday morning It's eight oiclock .... . . . Late again I didn't know what time it was . . Excuse for latemess We three ..... I . . . . Cooperation in a test Pushin' the conversation along ...... . . . Speech class The pessimistic character with the crab apple face . . . The student patroler Alone .............. . Girl who passed trig Now I lay me down to dream . . . In the Eco. class Practise makes perfect . . ..... Throwing spitballs Little brown jug . . . Mustard jar in the lunchroom Nightmare .... . . . Girls after swimming A million dreams ago . . . . . A coed lunchroom I'll never smile again ......... .- . If I d0n't pass the regents We could make such beautiful music together ...... School orchestra? Stop pretending ........... That youive done your homework Man of my heart . . The boy that sits next to me in History Runnin' wild . ........ The lunchroom That's for me . . . . Unassigned day Tonight . . . . . The night of the prom Hit the road . . . After graduation 91 inmg all DING DONG BELL The Daily Soap 15 Them 0 READ IT IN THE WELL Calhers All Doctor 1" llze Dirt l WHO PUT IT IN? NO ONE CAN TELL. the House 9 I Next Pagej Vol. oob Dafet Nex+ Time Price: 2 Dear HE WAS THE CREAM OF THE CROP. BUT THE CROP FAILED Introducing the only student in the history of Jefferson who can strut even while sitting down, H. P. M. If you ever chance to ask him what the initials, "H. P.," stand for, he will condescendingly bestow a wide, toothy grin upon you and inform you that he is the Highest Point civilization has yet reached. But we wouldn't advise you to dis- turb him, because he is always so busy confirming his own opinions. He says he wants to study re- search and we think it's because he's wondering how he got so far. But those of you who don't know him please don't judge him too harshly. He once got dizzy from reading a circular letter and he hasn't been the same ever since. Whenever H. P. gets up, to offer his words of wisdom, in class everyone groans and admits that Physics is wrong. Hot air should have risen but H. P. was still on the ground. We often wonder why H. P. never became inebriated by the ex- uberance of his own verbosity but we guess it's because he's lived with himself so long. Anyone that can do that with H. P. has with- stood plenty. H. P. really likes himself. So much so, in fact, that he continu- ally broke all records by voting for himself, term after term, for any oiiice which the school held open to students, including the Presidency of the G. O. and the boy leadership of Arista. Oh, well! A bad bottle of cream often turns up. Maybe because it's stood so long. HUNGRY? Hear ye! Hear ye! By proc- lamation the Board of Education through persuasion from the A. S. B. A. fAmerican Society for the Betterment of Appetitesb has here- by made a declaration that lunch be taken under compulsion as a major. The following requirements must be checked if participation in this program is desired: 1. Must have double chin. 2. Must have a well-shaped pouch. 3. Must be familiar with the use of wacks paper. 4. Mustard must not slip off when pretzel is held at a forty-five de- gree angle to the bicuspid. 5. Must know the speed require- ments of the alimentary canal. 6. Regents Requirements - four bites per sandwich, six chews per bite, no individual units. 7. Required Reading-"Manners for Gluttons," by Gourmand. 8. Must be a member in good standing of the A. S. B. A. I. M. HUNGRY, at A: Fggzculty Akdviser ADVERTISEMENT Are you hungry? Is there a gnawing feeling at the base of your stomach? Does your mouth water at the sight of lemon meringue pie? Does the thought of candied yams till you with ecstasies ? Does vision of hot, roast, stuffed turkey chill you through and through? They do? EAT YOUR HEART 0UT.'!!.' fl: if if ik WANTED 'College fellows-your frat pins are wanted. Apply to Ima Lover, Hearts and Flowers Building, or 'phone MOrtician 0-1313. NOTICE . . . and in conclusion, we should like to say that t.he wealthy Mr. Herringfreser was born under any- thing but suspicious circumstances. AD-VICE TO SENIORS!! Hello sleepy seniors mine, I'm glad to see you slept so line: Seats comfortable? dreams pleas- ant? But tell me first just how you snore. The Greeks had a word of it. It wasn't Loona Tick, but I am. First of all, I should like to en- courage thrift. Thrift is the es- sence used by . . . ah . . . used by druggists when they haven't got wintergreen. Let me procrastinate. Our program comes to you lun- fortunatelyl through the courtesy of the Pocket savings bank. Our motto is, "You give us cash, we Pocket it." First of all, the Ways and Means Committee wishes to announce that all students coming to the pool must bring their own billiard balls. . . . And now a little poem sent in by Zeke of Canarsie, for which we are greatly indebted and to whom we are sending by return mail, the names of 931 poor fish inscribed upon the head of a pin. Here it is: "Fuzzy-wuzzy was a bear Fuzzy-wuzzy had no hair Fuzzy-wuzzy wasn't fuzzy, Was he ?" Flash: Aunt Loona's daily message: "Hair today, gone tomorrow." That's all for now!!!! This is Aunt Loona Your Loona Tick Good-bye little saps, Good-bye! Loona Tick bk Bk 144 wk PERSONAL MISS REGENT FAILER Come back! All is forgiven. Teachers in despair. Everything will be the same. X fmark of Tommy Jeffl THE UPS AND DOWNS OF LIFE EXPERIMENT NO. .01 Object: To determine whether it is easier to acsend a "down" stair- case, or to descend an "up" stair- case. Procedure: With a beaker full of water in my right hand, a speed- ometer in my left hand, a ther- mometer in my mouth, and my 31.17 in my shoes, I began to as- cend a "down" staircase. 2.006 grams of water spilled. My tem- perature rose 194, points-so did Bethlehem Steel CGrr! I'm a bullll. I approached the coroner, I mean the corner at .099 m.p.h., and as I reached the third floor, many mad men met me ialliteration, in case you didn't knowl and I was hurled back. There is no Stagger .system -it's appropriately named-on the third floor and I was born . . . er, borne on the crest of the mob. My speed was ,now-oops! there goes my left hand. An A. S. U. member caught it. I landed at 9:41.07 A.M. fcourtesy Benbust Watch Timel back where I had started from. lal With a replenished beaker of water in my right hand, a fresh icepack on my head, a toothpick in my mouth, and my 51.12 in my shoes KI stepped too hard on a nickel and Jefferson climbed the flagpole and escapedl, I began to descend an "up" staircase. I took a deep breath and blew lustily down at the mob coming up to- ward me .... I wonder why they all ran screaming away! I then ran down and caught my teeth and put them in the beaker. 2.005 grams of water overfiowed. I suddenly forgot all about the ex- periment and began to walk up- stairs-I've got water on the brain and in the winter time it freezes and everything slips my mind. DATA: Water consumed: Kal 2.006 grams. tbl 2.005 grams. Speed: Cal .099 m.p.h. ibl Speedometer gone to the A. S. U. Thermometer reading: I8-J UP 134. Cbl 10 shares, please! Idcal spot for a good time: tal Just the right degree of longitude. tbl Just the right degree of lassitude. CONCLUSION: Get an elevator pass. Did You Know . . . That one-half of all the married people in this world are women? That everybody who is born is a baby? That marriage is a state of Mat- rimony governed by women? That if heaven can't help the working girl, the union will? That a college bred is a four- year loaf on the old man's dough? That the American sailors prefer whisky. British sailors like rum but the Italian sailors stick to port? That Winchell reported that the Italians have advanced .18 miles into Italy? That the child of the little man who wasn't there and the invisible woman is Nobody's Baby? That you don't need to have pep to have Rim, Rigor and Mortis. ALUMNOTES Miss Guided, illustrious alumnut, has just received her M-R-S. She is anxious to become a member of the Tia Beta Diapa Society. Know- ing Miss Guided as we do, there is little chance in her getting a-head. A formal pardon was given to Isaac O'Shaugnessy, class of '23, who is better known as 198563. Miss Deb U. Tante, class of '34, is having her second coming out party next week. Her first mar- riage proved a failure, she is again placing herself upon the auction block. Highest bidder gets Deb. Her motto, "I'll make it bitter for the highest bidder." Tor Mentor, of the highest class, has returned as a preacher. Here's hoping that only a. fraction of the spit-balls strike home-the wet fraction. In honor of the double coming out party for Isaac and Deb, Miss Tzu Draiter, our favorite party and dish thrower, says that all alum- nuts present will be given a Mickey Finn, or a. Zombie. Personally, we see no difference in the drinks ex- cept that the Mickey Finn has more of a GO in it. SAY H'YA, DOC. D-AFFYNITIONS Every student realizes that a good vocabulary is an asset. A graduate will have occasion to demonstrate his prowess in adding to his vocabulary in the near fu- ture. Following are some of the words we've gathered from here and there that we would like to pass on to you: Ariel-wire used to improve vol- ume of radio. Aurora-words used in a series fIt's either. . .au. . .ro. . .a. . .l. Banana peel-food article used to bring weight down. Charm-a dear friend. Chiropodist-one who cheers others up, like a robin. Crop-the fellow in the blue uni- form who stands at the crossing. Etc.-little word used to make people believe you know more than you really do. Farmer--the one before the latter. Kibitzer-a. man who has an in- feriority complex. Latter--something received in the mail. Physio-what you are if you know all the answers. Ratio-a little black box with dials that plays music. Secant-one-sixtieth of a minute. Soot-something with two pairs of pants. Suitc-the opposite of sour. Topaz-he sleeps topaz the hours away. Wax-paper--the thing what if you got a sandwich you wrap it up in. Zepher-a thing used to keep the placket on a dress closed. 'lf SF Ik Ill Everybody can make mistakes- tlaat's why they put erasers on pen- ci s. ik ik All 'lv We wish to correct an error made in our Vol. IV Book 11 edi- tion. The article read: "J. Thorndike Plattnikojj is a de- fective on the Nazistunk police forcef' It should have read: "J. Thorndike Plattnikoj? is a detective on the Nazistunk police farce." gawk? .fdufogralalgsli s 'WM 'W THB Q W ' WMfmifW1 1 '.1m'w- , wr-vague-v 517-KQV' , , ,...AM. K-fm NJMCWMW '- I M77 vw QL . ,, ,,Lf,.f ,r faca,,17 ,A I I K gf ,fpmhq A J. f' 9. . ,L if ' 1x N. , gf. Aw, ' I' , Yfip- ,Q 1, xl , - K 4 Q M, I , f. 44 wx. , H " . 71, , 4 ,: 4 Q 4 s ' x l s R v I x B - .- 1 w 1 1 w 1 s ,n L , 4 1 lv, r , 1 4 ' .a.. , . -. 1 ., ' Q . . 'K ' .. , ,Q rf Q A f , , , o "7 ry. J, ,fliq , .. M, . .M 's N... 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