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

 - Class of 1935

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Page 8 text:

Dear Girls and Boys: This is another excellent issue of our school paper. I have watched it in the making, step by step, and I have been very happy to see the earnestness with which you worked for the success of the undertaking. When people work together, as you have done, sacrificing personal convenience and individual credit in a common undertaking, success is inevitable. We have had many Visitors at our school this term, some from other Cities, and one from a foreign country. One and all, they have been impressed by the fine spirit of friendliness and co-operation that they saw throughout the school. Our ctSpectatorji is just one of the many outcomes of that fine school spirit. Let us keep it up! When we all work together, everybody doing what he can, nobody trying to shirk, nobody looking for advantages that would mean injustice to somebody else, how happy we are, and how successful. If all people, everywhere, would work in this spirit, many of our cares and troubles would vanish. Perhaps, if you carry this ideal of service and cooperation from your school to your family, your neighborhood, your City, and your nation, you will set an example that others may imitate. Perhaps you will be among the leaders who will guide our beloved country to new happiness and new prosperity. Who knows? Sincerely yours, PageFour THE SPECTATOR

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Go 0c. CDFlFlIClERS President ................................................................................................................................................ SAM GRAY Vice-President .............................................................................................................. ; ............... ABE ANCONA Boyf Athletic Director ......................................................................................................... BERT HALEM GirlsJ Athletic Director .............................................................................. FLORENCE TOCHTERMAN Secretary ..................................................................................................................... EMANUEL BERNSTEIN Treasurer ................................................................................................................................. LILIAN KARELITZ t ,XOW? EDITQRlAL THE connecting link between the faculty and the student body is the General Organization. The training we receive as pupils of Seth Low in the work- ings of the General Organization will develop in us an interest in Civic affairs which we will carry the rest of our lives. The General Organization is a governmental body consisting of students governing the activities of the student body. It is governed by a president and a council which forms the executive department, a group of grade councils making up the legislative departmnt and a student court forming the judiciary department. The workings of these various departments not only help control the activities of our school but give us a voice in its governmnet. For the privileges obtained in the General Organization we owe it our undivided support. Our meagre contribution to the General Organization helps foster such activities as Clubs, athletics, movies, plays and other extra-eurrieular activities of our school but give us a voice in its government. make it possible for these activities to continue but we give ourselves the chance to have a say in the matters concerning the student body. Mortimer Rogoff THE SPECTATOR PageThree



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E! V . J 3X N. 1335 , SETH LOX? JESS Eugene Berger-Ntice Bergter. David Bernhardtjust a "type? Robert ChernefftWhat! a wit? Stanley DavishAn amicable boy. Maurice Douekh-Good altitude; rotten atti- tude! Leonard Elskthmart as paint. Sydney FeinerwNo finer fellow. Stanley FeingoldFA magnetic personality. Aaron GoldberghOne of the Death Vallcv boys. Bernard GreenberghBlubbering Berney. Bertram JaHee-Ladies, man. Norman Langsathe don,t make English. Jerome Laskyt -One grand guy. Edwin LippmantA blotch of red, upon his head. Daniel MarkstHets awful lonesome-whek a gentleman. Seymour OberfeldtCIark Gableharound the ears. Ira ProgofftThe flaming poet! Howard Redlichhlf at furst you dontt suc- ceed, try, try again! Herbert TernerhEvery cloud has a silver lining; wetre still looking! Evelyn BenernatihA great girl. Evelyn Berlin-Nothing attemptcd--n0thing done. Rhoda BermanhShetll pass. Bessie BirnbauthtraWberry blonde. Sylvia ChaithSIOW but sureg! I ! THE SPECTATOR Bella CharmStPretty Charms ? ? ? Marjorie CohenhA model school girl. Shirley Fiering;Happy as can be: A giggling: lark is she. Sylvia Finkelstein-Small and sweet. Loretta KaplanhWe should dream during the night. Selma Kashulv-Oh! tongue. Molly Kidary-Oh! that smile. Geraldine KushelhEveryb'odyk friend. Rhoda KwiathGood to the last drop. Louise LandmantKnowledge; personality ;: character; a perfect girl! Sylvia Liebmanhln the German meaning? Louise MennenhThe keys of a piano are the' keys for her. Juliet MeyerhA hdubh of a ttdcbh? all! Selma Novinsky-v-Nice to know. Esther P611:Height is might??? Esther Pomeranthhe unheard voice. Esther RussohA good sport. Doris SenktSweet and simple; mostly sim-- ple! Beulah Shanker-A grand girl. Daisy ShorhShe may be an artist. Tosephine Speciale-hjust an ttall-aroundh girl? Ruth UnterbergtWem vouch for her. Mildred WeinmanhOur songbird?? Lenore Yatkowskthou pronounce it; we cantt. How her she wags Not at' Page Five

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