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

 - Class of 1935

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anss .' , um. 1535' '. sagggJ-xs .3, Oscar ClarfeldeHeHl make the football team yet. Eugene CarlineHis mindis up taeroplanesi . Arthur Doris-Little man, what now? Lawrence DworkineGot a score-sheet? Hoot- balD. Martin Hackel-Algebra is his middle name. Sol PogribinskyeClass comedian. Kenneth RaisineThe Mayoris understudy. Mortimer RogoneHeis hitched his wagon to a star. William Roselli-Blushing Romeo. Ira Seperasky-There,s no time like the fu- ture. Anthony SianoeiiLooking for trouble, Tony? uN0, ma,am, for my paper? William Slepp-Il Duce of RD3. William SpindleeHis name is his fame, ChQO tCarbohydratesi . Isidore SteineFootball mania tmostly maniai. Milton WishnotskyeeTries to please every- body. Benjamin WasilkowskyeBig Ben. Doris AronineHosz my permanent? Pamela BlencoweeOur leading lady. Matilde FriedmaneShort but sweet. Rita GoldingeShe eats Alphabet Soup ther vocabularyi . in the air THE SPECTATOR Beatrice HarboreA bright spot in RD3. Marie InterrantehNo time for home work. Janet Katz-v-Not a cat, a kitten. Sarah KidaryeModern Madonna. Beatrice Kossoy-A dillar, a dollar, a 10 oiclock scholar. Thelma LevyeiiOnce upon a time . . . Helen LichtereHeard but not seen. Harriet NaiditcheBoy hater CU Edith NewmaneWhatk the answer to the first example? Irma Ollstein-Is she posture conscious? Adele OstfeldeLittle Miss Imp. Ruth Pion-A charming girl. Muriel RodnoneShe can iiparlez-vousf, Helen RosenblumeThe doctoris pal. Doris RosenfieldaShe likes Civics? Rosalyn RosenthaleWho gave her the S. L.? Elsie SchedletskyeAlgebra is golden, but sheis off the gold standard. Shirley Seldinatho wants the Times this week? Edith SuseleLittle Angel. Vivian TraubeneHer laughs are misleading. tsnortsi Dorothy VogeleSuffering with hat trouble. Bernice WelseFuture M.G.M. Directoress. Doris ZeemaneShe never misses a trick. Lydia ZolotorofeeiiBright Eyes? H Page Seven

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"eLiss OP JAN.1835 52114333 .1934 5 Rue Irving NachteProfessional pest. Charles ShapiroeRuns in the family ttrackl. Seymour MandelkorneIntelligent pest. Victor KesslereEmpire State Building with an empty tower. Abby Height-Abby Height, the girls, de- light??? Nathan RabinowitzeOnions are his pet vege- tables. Sidney RothiblitheWatch out! The bulls are coming. Benjamin NadeleCushie Caruso. Leo Lackvitz-He nose what he nose. Abe GarfinkeleGarf the Garf. Sam GrayeGodk gift to politics????? Irving GreenbergeWhat would the Booklov- ers, Club do without him? Hyman HelmaneThe best mayonnaise. Aniello NappoeDolly Dimples. Theodore OrloweThe timid soul. Bernard ReitzeseBorn Frenchman? tSo hC thinksj Edwin ShapiroeLost in a fog. Robert WitkineCan he take it????? Gladys NasshorneWith My Eyes Wide Open Pm Dreaming. Edith BirnbaumeShe will remember her school daze. Jessica Greenberg-Gentlemcn prefer blondos. Where are the gentlemen? Estelle AdelsoneSilent Big Brain. Helen PorrayeDoes she think school is a beauty parlor? ? ? ?? Martha GellermaneBitter sweet. Janet BanodeJulials rival. Mae SteinbergeHeaven on earth tfor teach- ersl. Rae Gottfried;Mrs. Shallcrossls comfort. Arlyne DubersteineSweetie Pie. Evelyn LaskyeProfessional Pest No. 2. Julia GoldsteindAbbyk Blushing Bride. Amy Arttenberg-Seth Low,s fashion plate. tSo she thinksj Madeline BarotzeSpoiled Baby. Selma BergeJolly? And how! Adele BrandeseLovely watch, Adele. How much did it cost? Marcia CohnvFuture editor of the Mirror. Shirley CohneFuture Louisa May Alcott. Evelyn GoldbergePaper, sir? Times or Tri- bune. Shirley GoldbergeSleepyhead. Goldie Groden-Smart and silent. Beverly HauptmaneShe knows her Bio. Florence Isreale-Cute tshort, fat and bow- legged in the dictionaryl. Marion Millere-Tall, dark and handsome. Selma MortonePresent Selma lVIorton, fu- ture Kate Smith. Beatrice NelsoneMayor LaGuardials right hand man. Shirley ZeitlineIs garrulity a virtue? Sylvia Zwechkenbaumeer name makes the alphabet look skimpy. THE SPECTATOR



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Paul AstropolskyeHe aught to be able to hear very well! tDonkey earsl . Louis AzzinaroeHe has such wonderful ideas but why does he keep them to himself? Abner BerkowitzeMr. Professor says we should live backwards. Ira BrillianteAll quiet on the brilliant front. Stanley ComenseHeE always around, But rarely utters a sound. Dudley CottlereThe man with the flying trapezes. Victor DishyeStarched collars will be his death yet. Wilton Fritz-eAlways happy, always gay; He is merry all the day. Carl GlassereNow who kissed that beautiful eye of his tfor reference look at his pic- turel. Seymour HochhausereLike Ghandi without his clothing, Seymour without his seat. Norman IssacsongHis papers look like a Chinese laundry ticket. Sheldon KotkineExpressionless except to e? Elliot MagazinerFAll good things come in small packages. Archie Perugielf looks could kill! his facej Bernard RubmaneRubby is quite Chubby. Milton Siegelelf a pin were stuck in it, his head would burst. tLocatC Page Eight Marvin SimringeFair skin, fair hair; What a mind! Itis always there. Irving SporneHis face is one big freckle. Burton SteinmaneThereis mischief written in his eyes. Shirley BarriseHer motto: ciIf at first you donit succeed, try again? Florence DavidsoneShe draws many things but we never know what they,re supposed to represent. Henrietta DmochereIs heavy thinking? Geulah EidelsbergeJapank RD4. Agnes FertigeIf silence were golden she would be financially embarrassed. Beatrice FrankeNervous Susie. silence a sign of contribution to Anna Garafalo;The supposed girl of per- fection. Shoshannah G'ickeMost argumentative girl. Alice GoldbergeHer hair is red but where is the temper? Ann KannereA good sport. Ruth KlotzeSkin and bones. May Piombinerverything would get in her hair. Jeanette RabinowitzHA substitute for sweet candy. THE SPECTATOR

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