Luther Burbank Middle School - Genius Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1932

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he Genius Published monthly by the students of the Duther Burbank Junior High School 260 Annandale Boulevard, Los Angeles, California.: printed by the boys of th.e printing classes. EDITORIAL STAFF Boys' Sports F. W. WILSON JERRY DE Hooc KEITH YETTER Girls' Sports LUCILLE HOLMES BETH BAILEY Art Work Cartoons EVERED CROSS NORMAN ALGIERS REPORTERS Vera M. Barnes Gladys Goncz Minturn Ta lor Dorothy McEwen Nathlie Kegans Margaret Nllcliee Jack Marshall Boden Minier Rodna Hildebrand Harry Seeman Margaret Lientz FACULTY ADVISERS JOURNAILISM INSTRUCTOR - - M. Wimlfred Richards ART INSTRUCTOR ------ Florence Carville PRINTING INSTRUCTOR ---- - F. C. Lojihouse Burbank Knows' In A, B,C'.r A is for Athletics which we have by the score B is for Burbank where we learn more and more C is for Carefulness-we can't have enough D is for Dumbbells-they're made of poor stuff E is for Epler- Worthy girls , is her cry F is for Flunk-you won't if you try G is for Good, our trustworthy friend H is for Honor we will fight to defend I is for lndustry-in our shops you will find J is for J erry-4give us more of his kind K is for Kindness-we each do our part L is for Lassies, so dear to our heart M is for Manners which in Burbank you'll see N is for Neglect not found in L. B. 0 is for Obedience -we have just the best is for Poets-they compose with zest is for Quality free from all flaw is for Respects which we pay Mr. Shaw is for Standards-we'll keep Burbank's high T is for Trust-be dependable, try U is for Unison-together we'll work V is for Valor-hard trials we won't shirk W is for Work-tasks for me and for you X is for Xpelled, that should be taboo Y IS for Youth-be joyous while young Z is for Zeal found in studies well done Boden Minier, A9 P Q R . S Q

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Q2-in . Milestones I Class of Winter '32, you have reached the first great mile- stone in your educational experience. However, remember that intellectual, moral, and spiritual GROWTH is the law of a well- regulated life. Constantly use the many opportunities sur- rounding you day and night to better prepare yourself for your life work. Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul, As the swift seasons roll! Let each new temple, nobler than the last, Leave thy low vaulted past! . Shut thee from heaven with a dome more vast, Till thou at length art free Leaving thine outgrown shell by 1ife's unresting sea. S. V. Gooo, Principal It is your good fortune that you are graduating in this Bicentennial year when the nation is celebrating the two hun- dredth anniversary of George Washington's birth. You are being constantly reminded of the fine qualities of this great man-his devotion to his family, friends, and countryg his broad visiong his unselfishnessg his love of peaceg his abiding interest in education. Valued and loyal graduates of Luther Burbank Junior High School, grateful for the opportunities it has afforded you, you are especially appreciative of Washington's interest in universal education. It is our confident hope that you may develop these qualities that made him distinguished and that as splendid citizens you too may contribute much to the advancement of the interests of your nation. ' CLAIRE EPLER, Girls' Vice-Principal You, the members of the W'32 class, are fortunate to have your graduation' fall in this Bicentennial year, when we are especially honoring the memory of the Father of our country. It is hoped that each member of this class will be impressed by the true value of this noble character, and we trust that you all will try to emulate the splendid example set by this great American: Washington's courage and patriotism, his unsel- fishness and self-sacrifice, his wisdom 'of action and his purity of soul, will arouse the imagination and inspire the soul of everyone who loves his country. Jesse R. SHAW, Boys' Vice-Principal fl' I i ft 'ME



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Qqimthl mp? Farewell to Burbank We bid thee farewell, Luther Burbank, As a lasting inspiration, As a school that has helped us develop Respect, esteem, and cooperation, You will always stay in our memories, Proud and grateful we shall be. To have attended such a stately scl-1001 Was a real opportunity. The friendly guidance' so freely given By our faculty has left a store Of abundant knowledge from which through life We may draw in our quest for more. So, for the Class ol Winter '32, As the time nears to say goodbye, We hope we may leave a memory ' Of loyalty that will never die. Margaret A. Lientz ' far the Clam of W'32 f,ff?s4'Q?- X' . M 5' ll J l , Y' lQfff'7 'AHQ

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