Airport Junior High School - Flight Log Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1957

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No tour can be complete without the expert assistance of an informed guide. These are the people who show us the best path to choose from many, or where to find a path where there seem to be none. They help us to observe things along the way that we might have overlooked, and to know the importance of the things that we do observe. mm:- -nnq unusual 5 '10 1 Me+wl!- 'li 5 s,i "rt . Lppmnluli is if 1. 1'-,--L ? 1:W6? Mr. Brown, Registrar and A7 Counselorg Mrs. Kingsley, Guidance Director and A8 Counselorg Mr. WendorE, B8 Counselor, Miss Seymour, Health Director and A9 Counse- lorg Mr. Craycroft, B7 Counselorg and Miss Sneed, B9 Counselor. This semester, the Flight Log "crew" has chosen world travel as its theme. Would our pro- gram of studies at Airport in any way prepare you for world travel? Let's see. Our basic program of study requires you to take Social Studies, English, Math, Science, Physi- cal Education, and Shop or Homemaking. Certain- ly there is no better way of learning about our foreign neighbors and their countries than through our Social Studies classes. Each semester covers something new. English is our language. It has its roots in many of our foreign languages. Of neces- sity, one must refer to foreign languages when studying our own. The fields of math and science have produced some of the most well known names in history. Most of these great men and women came from foreign countries. We owe much of what we learn' in Physical Education, Homemaking, and our Shops to foreign influ- ence and foreign discovery. Through our elective program we offer a wide opportunity to learn about foreign lands. Three electives which come to my mind particularly are General Language, Spanish, and Folk Dancing. We should feel particularly proud that right within the confines of one school we can learn so much about the world around us. Fulvia Kingsley 38 Secretaries and clerks make our tour an efficient, well documented endeavour. Newcomers to the tour are welcomed and made a part of the organization. Seated: Miss Beutel. Standing: Mrs. Teskey, Mrs. Elliott, Miss Splitter, and Mrs. Bixler.

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A World of Knowledge, gathered from the foar corners of Earth, from all age! of man, for all ager to come. Modern life often leaves us little opportunity to properly exer- cise our bodies. Men have developed an infinite variety of sports to add pleasure to exercising, Both sports and routines of exercise are planned in the Physical Education Department to build our bodies to their nnest potential. Seated: Miss Cox, Miss Rishe- berger, Chairman, Girls' P.E., Miss Sneed, and Miss Palmer. Stand- ing: Mr, Benson, Mr. Pimental, Mr. Arcuri, Mr. Hastings, Chair- man of the Department, and Mr. Greve. Here's the rest of that big, big English!Social Studies Depart- ment. Every student takes these subjects every semester, so we need many teachers. Seatd: Mr. Howenstein, Mrs. Crooke, Co-ordinator, Mr. Kennedy, Miss Lasher, Mrs. Banarer, and Mr. Kushner, Standing: Mr. Harloe, Mr. Burgess, and Mr. Craycroft. Airport's Janice Basore wins a 33100 scholarship and receives the congratulations of the Scholarship Committee of the local Rotary Club, who donated the award. V 37 Airport junior High participates each semester in the training of new teachers through a cadet program in which a regular teacher and a cadet teacher work together with a class. From left to right: Mr. Stelter, Mr. Brochtrup, Mrs. Crooke, Mr. Lopez, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Pinza, Miss Tuxhorn, Mrs. Trimble, Mr. Howen- stein, and Mr. Simon. V T ,A



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fl No tour could leave home port without an executive directive. Laws are made, rules devised, and plans may be built. These remain potential values until the leader of the group directs the necessary action. At Airport we who are traveling on student visas, from B7 to A9, are fortunate that we may assist our administration in setting up our educa- tional tout. The halls of government echo to the busy steps of Dr. Herriott, Mrs. Desper, and Mr. Walcott, as they make sure we are well-equipped for our journey through the many lands of Education. MR WALCOTT MRS. DESPER DR. HERRIOTT DR. HERRIOTT Chief C oriclirctor of the Grand Tour Principal of Airport junior High Bon jour, Mes Amis-Greetings, My Friends: You were born in the Air Age. You will live in a time when the remotest parts of the earth are but hours away. Will you live in an Age of Friendship and Peace? If my generation has not made this possible, then it will be up to you to bring it about. Recuerdos de la Clase de junio de 1957, I wish you well. Arrivederci. Auf Wiedersehen. Au Revoir. Adios. M. E. Herrioli MR. WALCOTT Boys' Vice Principal Today you fly to strange far off places, to adventure, to- new worlds. You have had many exciting and interesting experiences in the last two years in our flights. You have traveled far to distant lands, you've seen strangepeople and customs. As you traveled on this amazing journey of learning, you have gained much. You've developed new friends, new understandings, new ideas and appreciations. May you continue ever to travel on toward your go al. Bon Voyage Walter C. Walcott Mas. DESPER Girls' Vice Principal "Around the World in Eighty Days" was once thought impos- sible. Today world travel, even by air, is no longer considered miraculous, it might almost be said to have become common- place. The preparations that go into a trip around the world, however, take much more time and greater inventive genius than the trip itself. Try to add up the hours and the years it takes to build a plane and equipment, to train the pilot and crew, to plot the course, and to plan for the welfare of crew and passengers throughout the journey. Is this possible? The real miracle is not in the flight itself, but in the preparation for the flight. Congratulations to you, members of the class of S '57. You have not only prepared yourselves, but you have also helped to make Airport junior High School a place for such preparation, and you now leave us to spread your wings. May your flight be successful, your world unlimited. E. Derper 11

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