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Page 9 text:
. 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-
Leonard Elskthmart as paint.
Sydney FeinerwNo finer fellow.
Stanley FeingoldFA magnetic personality.
Aaron GoldberghOne of the Death Vallcv
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
Daniel MarkstHets awful lonesome-whek a
Seymour OberfeldtCIark Gableharound the
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
Rhoda BermanhShetll pass.
Bessie BirnbauthtraWberry blonde.
Sylvia ChaithSIOW but sureg! I !
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
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?
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--
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
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
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
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
PageFour THE SPECTATOR
Page 10 text:
52114333 .1934 5
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-
Nathan RabinowitzeOnions are his pet vege-
Sidney RothiblitheWatch out! The bulls
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
Edwin ShapiroeLost in a fog.
Robert WitkineCan he take it?????
Gladys NasshorneWith My Eyes Wide Open
Edith BirnbaumeShe will remember her
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-
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-
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
Shirley ZeitlineIs garrulity a virtue?
Sylvia Zwechkenbaumeer name makes the
alphabet look skimpy.
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