John Muir Middle School - Naturalist Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

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THE NATLJRALIST 5 'use XXXN WNW T S C ,Q E'i3emx"ru.rl'i' Joe Joker Well, peasants, have you de- duced who the "mystery face" in my Colossal Contest is? NO! Bah! That I, "el supreme bandito" in Mexico, California should write my magnificent column for a bunch ot illiterate squareheads who don't appreciate the finer arts, what a catastrophe! Well, l'll give you low-down, side-windin', bush-whacking, dry- gulchin' cattle-rustlin' varmits an- :ather chance. Hyar's the final clue. He's Irish. Now who is it? You still don't know? Bah! Loco hom- bres, anyhow. Very well, just ONE more clue. It youse still do not know, ask Eileen Shepard. Now, if it's not taxing your itty-bitty brains f?l too much, guess who I am! Who? No, not Craig Dixon. Try again. No, not Ron Frazier ldon't say Pasquali, Barnes, or Bathlessg you'll be close, but wrongl. Try once more. No, I'm not Bill Tell lfat chancell Well, l'm sorry, so I guess l'll have to tell you myself. I center field for the Lions and drop every other ball that comes to me, I work at the Outer-Mongolian Em- bassy. That's it! You're right! l'm me! For that you win i'p50,000, the Brooklyn and Golden Gate Bridges, an orange, and Clark Gable! And now, for your pleasure, a clever anecdote. Tourist: "What happened when you fell overboard?" Sailor: "Oh, I just grabbed a cake of soap and washed myself ashore!" I leave you now with my last words that will become famous: Joe Joker P.S. For scrubs and ignoramuses, the mystery face is Jimmie O'Leary and I'm Hanning's assistant. Most' Likely To: By Barbara Capps . Here are the students we think are the most likely to: Succeed ............ Norman Eppstein Become a crooner ...... Don Hanning Take Dr. Kildare's place ............ ........................Jimmie O'Leary Take Harpo Marx's place .......... Benun Replace Tyrone Power .... Jim Tripp lUse Your Own Imaginationl ...... Emerzian Guess Who? By Barbara McGuire See how good you are at recog- nizing your pals by their nick- l'1Bl'Tl9S. . Andy .,.... . Deena ..,., . Kiko ,...... . Ozzie ....., . Sonny ..... . Curly ...... . Junior ..... .Pecos .... . . Buddy ...., . Stinky ..... . Butch ..... I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IO ll I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8. I9 20 2l 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 . Rosetta ....... . . Fossy ,........,... . Waldo ........ .... . Delbie ............ . Sinabar .....,,... ' Baldy """"""""""' ueiiue A - Q . bl Oil . Little Bill ..,.,........... 519508 mg ' Harveys "'-" """ e gaualeft lagueg ' Buffy ""'A'- """ u eujow viue1:l uuosiapuy udleg """ SSUJIOH EUIJPH """'Bunoj. asog ' Dmkens '-----"""""" .iebioj vpiq "6Jaqsod uopxog ' Bud """"s """"" U www ISSSW """'oi9ug4V viueJj """PiEMSo lned """"'SJdf'l JE Cll El """""""pl'!S AJEQ 'nauoiew AalsaM -- 's'- puncuiauiog peg "'xpsunM pieJa9 Speedy "s"' """" Bl IJIMS aguuog """ .lSlMO:l isauleg ' ggsfid-8 ------ e----!----- M wa UO.. 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Gene Krupa, 8th place with Francis Craig in 7th . . . continuing up the list we find Harry James in 6th place and Spike Jones 5th . . . tak- ing 4th and 3rd honors were the honorable bands of Tommy Dorsey and Les Brown . , . Artie Shaw and his great band came in second and we all felt that the class made a wise choice in none other than the immortal Glen Miller and his band as tops! This proves that although most of the A9's were very young in the days when he was very popular they still remember the great recordings made by Glen Miller and his band. His memory will not only live in the hearts of our parents and grandparents, but also in our own. For now, the A9's will take the "Chatanooga Choo-Choo" and say "Adios." Movie Log By Robert Emerzian One Sunday Afternoon the Three Musketeers and the Three God- fathers were approaching Fort Apache leading the Little Women. Overhead the Fighter Squadron was to Cover Up the Command Decision while Whispering Smith was sing- ing So Dear to My Heart and Words 'and Music. Not far away Rogue's Regiment was bringing in the Red Pony from Tulsa just South of St. Louis. Now on the other side of Red River was the Boy with the Green Hair bringing a Letter to Three Wives. The Impact was so great, that he had to go to EI Paso with Joan of Arc and Knock on Any Door. Then When the Sun Comes Up he can see the Hills of Home and the Unknown Island. Chicken Every Sunday was a Set Up and Slightly French was too much for the Paleface and Ma and Pa Kettle so away they went to the Snake Pit and the Pitfall. The Walking Hills were an Act of Violence to Don Juan when he said So This ls New York? Why I even Remember Mama and Life with Father. The Red Shoes were doing a Criss Cross and the Lucky Stiff was having an Adventure in B'altimore with the Fighting 0'Flynn, when he decided to drop the whole thing. Inquiring Reporter By Virginia Buck Numerous A9's throughout the school were asked, "What is your favorite column in THE NATU- RALIST and why?" Here are some of the brilliant answers. Ben Hoke, our A9 Class Presi- dent, says Silhouettes is his favorite because he likes to guess who they are. Nellie is Sharon Durr's favo- rite. She likes her funnyl?l iokes. Harold Johnson likes to read Sport Sense, simply because he likes sports. Mildred Cranston thinks Silhouettes is tops. She likes it because you can get better ac- quainted with the kids. When Donald Dias get his issue of THE NATURALIST he turns to the Sports Page first, because he likes to read about the exciting sports games and tournaments. Bill Macias likes Nellie Naturalist, be- cause she's always slamming Joe Joker. But Nace Benun likes Joe Joker, because he is always slam- ming Nellie Naturalist. Oh well! "My vote goes to Silhouettes," says Barbara Moore. She also likes to guess who the "silhouetted" person is. Learning how to be a top-flight athlete is a good pastime. For this reason, Bill Roberts likes, Sport Sense. Joe Joker is Mary Frazier's and Johnny DiPonzio's favorite column. Earl Rothermund likes Smiles and Smirks because he likes to know the opinions of the differ- ent students. Both Sharon Morse and Shirley Clark say Platter Chat- ter is the column they like to read, because they like keeping up-to- date on the latest records. Last Will and Testament By Barbara McGuire We, the finally lparoledl gradu- ating class of John Muir, Summer I949, being of supposedly sound mindC?l and body, hereby will the following items to the remaining students lcell-matesl of our dear Junior High School. You lucky people! lHa! Hall Bob Emerzian leaves his brain to Annette, his sister. Uust one?l David Salsbury leaves his love and kisses to Ruth Mauerman. ' Nace Benun leaves nothing to nobody. Uokel. Shirley Hasson leaves her shoul- der pads to Doris Kohler. Dolores Bombace leaves her smile to a cute A8 boy. fT.l'l.l Joan Herbelin leaves her swing to Patsy Martin. Duane Goodwin leaves all the girls heartbroken. tHe d0es?l Joan Acker wills her cool tha, hal, temper to the boys. Barbara Riley wills her voice to any future hog caller. Eugene Fiero leaves his muscles to Terry Kelly. Helen Horton doesn't leave Rich- ard Hill to Beverly Firestine or any other A8. Bob Pollock wills his height to Johnny Neil. Yvonne Baker leaves her talent to Dolores Dick. tShe needs it???l Dan Beattie leaves his pitching arl3n to Gene Anderson. ll-le needs it! Gloria Cardwell leaves her voice to Wanda Atkinson. Frank Montiio wills his record breaking speed to Don Lowe. Shirley Rose leaves her sense of humor to Dorothy Hiskey. Ben Hoke leaves his women trouble to Ray Cude. Gerry Schwartz leaves his "toni" to Sam Taylor. Doris Snedden wills her tech- nique to Paul Wheeler. Margaret Longo wills her writing ability to a JI Journalist. Leland Turnwall leaves his phy- sique to anyone who wants it. Shirley Ferguson wills her one dimple to Beverly Noack who has one too. My Class and Yours By Norman Eppstein Well, I see that the A9 Pano- rama is now in the hall. The pano- ranfla is one of the most treasured articles that the graduating classes have. On it there is the picture of the graduating class, and on the back are autographs of friends. Now it is in the showcase and everyone is critically admiring it. You'll hear the usual run of re- marks such as, "Gee, Joe looks al- most educated" and "Gosh, I look like a mess there" and other "Ah's" and "Oh's", but on the whole, you're rather pleased with it, and you should be, for it will help to retain your fond memories of junior high school for many years to come. Yes, being an A9 can be simply wonderful. 1" d,,..'

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TH E NATURALIST THE TNATURALIST Edited and Printed Semi-Monthly by Students of John Muir Junior High School at Los Angeles, California. NATURALIST STAFF AND PRINTERS NATURALIST STAFF Editor-in-Chief .................................................... Norman Eppstein Associate Editor ..... Feature Editor ........ . ....... ........................ B arbara Capps . ..................................... Nace Benun Make-up Editors ........ ...... J oyce Benveniste, Virginia Buck Boys' Sports Editor ....... ................................ D on Hanning Assistant ..................... ...... ...... H e rbie Nesmith Girls' Sports Editor ....... .......... G ay Davidson Assistant .................. ...... B arbara McGuire Exchange Editor ...... .......................... B ob Emerzian Specialties .......... .............................. . ...Don Devor .......Margaret Longo, Janice Latey .....Verna Boehm, Shirley McClain Presswork ................. ................ T ed Neel, Jerry Soest Copy Readers ....... Typists .................... Journalism Advisor ...................................... Mrs. Beatrice F. Gilbert Printing Instructor ............................................ Mr. Edgar Zimmer CUB REPORTERS Deloris Barr, Ralph Cook, Annette Emerzian, Emma Garcia, Bob Krause, Marian McLean, Jewel Mayesh, Jimmie O'Leary, Donna Rankin, Nancy Rix, Carol Sherburne, Sam Taylor. "FAREWELL A9'S" Dear A9's: You have been at this school for three years-three long, happy years which. we know you'll never forget. When you first came here as B7's you probably wondered how you could make friends in such a large place. Now you know. It wasn't hard at all. You are going to a much bigger school now, and you may feel the same there as you did when you were B7's here. But those days will soon pass and you will again become a graduating class. We give you our best wishes and glad memories for you to cherish the rest of your lives. -Jewel Mayesh REACHING THE HEIGHTS The time has come for us to say goodbye. Although our loyalty will eventually change to another school, we will always remember John Muir as the school in which we started on the long road through high school. When we came here three years ago we started as "scrubs" Now we have reached the top and are ready to go on to high school and start at the bottom again. Although we are sorry to leave we are glad that John Muir has such a good B9 class to take our place. Because we will always remember John Muir we are saying, "So Long" not "Goodbye." -Don Devor A9 Class Prophecy . By Joyce Benveniste What time is it? Oh, that's right, I don't have to worry about Mr. Haberman's scolding me again 'cause I finally got my "walking papers." What year is this? l959 already? Speaking of class mem- bers, I wonder what became of those "Dear Friends of Old?" I read in THE NATURALIST that to- night they are having a social ban- quet and reunion. Tonight I think that I shall "paint the town red" and show Barbara McGuire that I still have some of the "old spirit" in me yet. She has settled down with Chuck Stange and they're happy on their farm. Well, here I am at the party. I see that the entertainment is fur- nished by Clarence Goldberg and Gerald "Rattlesnake" Wunsch, the two cowboy heroes. What are those funny noises? OI It's clumsy Her- bie Nesmith still stepping on Gay Davidson's feet. My, but there are a lot of celebrities here! I see Norman Ep- pstein, the famous scientist, who has just come back from Africa after capturing a rare Lapland Lounge Lizard. Don Devor, the famous reporter, is getting the story. There's my old pal Marelyn Jenkins, the famous violinist. Allan Warsce and Anthony Dapello have been doing well on the L. A. Bruins. Diana Vardas is here with some of her famous models, among them, Norma Philips, Jeanne Jet- ton, Dora Dee McReady, and Daisy Wilson. There's Virginia Buck and her Carmen Miranda Review. In- cluded in her show are Arlene Judd, Romona Steeter, Barbara Moore, and Gloria Pulone. No one knows if any of these will come true, but we will all know one thing for sure. We will all be successful, even millionaires. How can we miss when we're mem- bers of the summer class of 'forty- nine? A9 Alphabet , By Janice Latey Adorable .. Bashful .... Cute ...... Dainty ........ ..............EiIeen Shepard .........Tom Dragna .. ........ Shirleen Huck ....Boletta Colburn Exotic ,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,.,A.,... B ill Smith Fashionable .............. Diane Vardas Generous .,,.... ....... S hirley I'IaSSOt'1 Handsome ................ Don Henning lrresistable .......... Johnny DiPonzio Journalistic Kissable ..... Lovable ...... Manly ..... Nutty ............... Ooo-La-La Personality Quiet .......... Roguish ...... . Talented .. Useful ..... ...Robert Ernerzian ....,......BilI Macias ..Charles Atkinson ....Gordon Fosberg .........Nace Benun Valerie Waterman ..........Shirley Ferguson ......Jack Murphy ............Gary Allen .....lrene Alahuzos Sweet ......... .... .. ....... Mary Ala Clark ............EarI Dupre Versatile ............. Roy Quinsey Witty ...... .Charles Schneider Xellent ,.......... Rocco Aviani Yahoo! .,.. ....... J immie O'Leary Zany .... ......... M ardel King n' 5-3 1 j MT ' qi .ES at K wg J, .,,,..,QQ,7 l'IELLl E PIATURALIST Attention faithful C?i readers! tDon't all speak at once.l I have some bad news for you. I really hate to put you through this tor- turel?J but I guess I'cl better tell you-Wait a minute-don't tear up this column!! This is the last of the series of the prized and great Q7 manuscripts you have been col- lecting l?l Yes, yours truly has been asked to leave after a brief l?J story here if and when I make up seven years of work. Don't laugh so hard you make me cry. But getting on the serious i?l side, may I say that in portraying the lovable l?l character of Nellie Naturalist, I was not only express- ing the feelings of one person, but every one in John Muir. tl forgot my ideas from all the kids in Jour- nalism. That class includes every type of kid imaginable-they range from crazy to crazier. Oh! I'd better not waste pre- cious space telling about how much you're going to miss me, what you want to know is who is my "dream boy." Since I began writing this column l have another one, but l'II tell you the one I originally had in mind. He is none other than iI'll give you his full name-it's so short. You'Il probably know him. He attended Muir and Manual. lrah! rahli I2-5-I5-I4-l.l8.!-?" Mickey l3-3-3-I-IBI4-I2-5. Jun- nor. It's time to go makeup myself for Mike. There were so many question marks in this column be- cause l still haven't figured out the answer to this question, "To be or Not to Be-That is the question." -Nellie CiNature's enemy? Nat- uralist, Alias I0-l5-25-3-5 2-5-l4- 22-5 I4-9-I9-20-4 P. S.-Don't give up! If I made it through Muir you ought to be able to! Perfect A-Nine By Norman Eppstein BOY Hair ............................ Dan Beatty Smile ........ ............. J ames Frye Posture .,...... ................ D on Dias Personality .......... Johnny DiPonzio Brains ,.,-....,,,........... Bob Emerzian Sense of Humor ........ Chuck Stange Build .................... Cordell Swanson Sportsmanship ................ Ben I'IOke Athlete ........................ Dan Finch Bashful .............. Norman Eppstein GIRL Hair ..... ...........,...... J oyce Kates Eyes .... .,,.......Barbara Howell .....Shirley Hasson Smile ........... Posture ......,,... ...... J oyce Micheli Personality Brains ....... ..............Gay Davidson ...... Carolyn Kaneko ll



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6 THE NATURALIST Perfect Teacher By Barbara Capps Here's our idea of the perfect teacher: WOMEN Friendliness .............. Mrs. Mueller Wit .............. ......... Mrs. Gilbert Charm ........ ............ M rs. Ewing Eyes ........................ Miss Reynolds Popularity ............ Miss Schwaderer Figure ........ ...... M iss Lindquist Brains ......... ....... M rs. Herriot Briskness ................,,.... Miss Thies Calmness , ................... Miss Miller Q MEN Helpful ........................ Dr. Weller Energetic ...... ....,. M r. Holland Personable .... ........... M r. Dyck Smart ............,. ....... M r. Hermle Personality ................ Mr. Toomey Tall ...,..,...,..,..,,............ Mr. Bruce Athletic ..... ........ M r. Kristenson Handsome .................... Mr. Nobbe "Western Record Roundup" Howdy all you Western Fans! Here come the best platters of the musical West. First, we have a song with a very sweet title sung by a pretty sweet guy. Candy Kisses, by Eddie Kirk is the top tune today. Eddie has quite a few best-sellers, too. Don't miss his The Gods Were Angry With Me for Lovln' You, Careless Hands, and My Best to You. lf you'd like a picture of Eddie, send one of yourself to KXLA, Pasadena, and you'll get one. Jimmie Wakeley's Till the End of the World is goin' places. lt's a dreamy tune that is especially nice to listen to with the Western Border touch added. Tennessee Ernie's, Tennessee Border, is really swell. The other side is a cute ditty called Milk 'em in the Morning Blues. You'll have a chance to compare Ernie's sing- ing and speaking voice. Wall, ef'n you-all have time durin' the summer, you might like to tune in "Hometown Jamboree" at ll:3O a.m. lt's on KXLA, and has Eddie Kirk, lsighl, Merle Travis, Tennessee Ernie, Harold Hensley, Billy Liebert, Herman the Hermit, Cliffy Stone, and Vicky Buckshot. lt's really swell. The whole gang is out at El Monte Legion Stadium Saturday nite, too. Gotta go now-Adios, -Pecos Lil Movie Star Derby By Nace Benun June Allyson, chosen first lady all the way from start to finish be- cause of her great role in Little Women. Second was Gail Russell, with Jane Russell close behind. Betty Grable placed fourth beating out Shirley Temple. The outstanding actor this se- mester chosen by our class was John Wayne who played magnifi- cently in Wake of the Red Witch. Placing a close second was Alan Ladd with Bob Mitchum hot on his heels. Fourth was John Derek. Leading a four-way tie for the fifth place were Richard Widmark, Montgomery Cliff, Van Johnson, and Bob Hope. -bs-E-N PICTURES: l-AGRICULTURE CLUB, 2-TEENAGERS, 3-THRIFT CLUB, 4-JUNIOR RED CROSS, 5-HEALTH CLUB Movie Daffynitions By Jimmie O'Leary Set-up ............................,,.,,. Test Force of Evil ........ Cheating in Tests Little Women ...,.... Norma Phillips, and Bonnie Haycock Life of Riley ......., Summer Vacation l Cheated the Law..Ditching School So Dear to My Heart .... John Muir This ls My Affair .... Unsatisfactory Notice We Were Strangers ....,. A9's When They Were B7's The Long Night .... Homework Night One Sunday Afternoon ........ Vesper Service Command Decision ........ Homework Unknown Island ........., High School Pale Face .......,...,.,,... Earle Johnson Snake Pit. .,........... Journalism Class Let's Live a Little .... Saturdays and Sundays Book Worm Hi, A9's, and fellow book worms!! Here are the ten top books of the semester, in order of prefer- ence. l. Little Women, by Lousia May Alcott. 2. Lorna Doone, by Richard Blackmore. 3. Boxing, by Edwin Haist. 4. Famous American Athletes of Today, by Campbell. 5. Mystery Schooner, by Terence Robert. 6. Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte. 7. Windy Foot, by Frances Frost. 8. The White Buffalo, by Rode. 9. Modern Dressmaking Made Easy, by Picken. and last but not least lO. The Secret Garden, by Bur- r16l'l'. Don't forget to visit your public library over the vacation. So long, -Wormy Clvlargaret Longo? Kamera Kicks By Herbie Nesmith The Snake Pit The LUcky Stiff Melody TiMe EnchantMent ThePalE face Criss CRoss South oF St. Louis The Fighting O'Flynn Whispelfing Smith Duel in The Sun Yellow SkY Red CaNyon Canadian Pacific Bad Me?-l of Tombstone LifE of Riley Remember When By Jimmie O'Leary Remember when: Herbie Nesmith was slow? Joe Hasson wore his first pair of levis? Barbara McGuire used to get on the honor roll? Joyce Benveniste was talking about football players?i When wasn't she?l A9's weren't great? Don Dias had natural blond hair? I used to be popular with my teachers?

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