Mountain View Union High School - Blue and Gray Yearbook (Mountain View, CA)

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F Ns: f'?"" 0.24 hiv j Umm Baum, lmmm ommv PRDPHEUY OI' THE LL-X89 OF 1930 NIOLNTAIN Xlrsx CAL1roRN1A As vuurrsx nv RAYMOND Porrs T0 W HONI IT MAX KONI PRN I'h1s dlary was found among the papers and personal belongings of the late Ray mond Potts who was one of the famous maglclans that won such world wlde fame while plavmg the different countries of the world with his celebrated partner Rich ard Flyer It reads as follows PFRSONM DI-XRX OI R-XX NIOND POTTS june 1 1943 Creat news for us our act has been booked for an extensxve tour of the Lmted of people are travelmg for when we purchased our ttckets who should we meet but Ted Marsh LeRoy W 1ll1ams and Rudolf Ixomg the greatest sclentxsts m the country at thls tlme Thev are on their way to South -Xmenca to fight a new form of the Argentine Cattle Fly which IS destrovmg thousands on thousands of their best beef We of course naturallv feel confident that thev wtll succeed m thelr venture Being a lxttle curious which IS only natural we went on top deck to get the low down on the shxp We were soon stopped by the Captam and who should lt be but Nlck J3Il0VlCh a boy we had both known ln hugh school Latter on ln the day we met Wllson Causey the head chef of the boat M the dance thus evemng we had a great tnme for the musxc was furmshed by Pete Lazmbat and Hubert Boore s Rythm Rajahs and lf you ask me they sure can turn out some hot numbers By the way this boat seems to be infested with people who we both knew when we ltved ln the old home town june 25 1945 New York and oh boy what a town this IS We landed this morning and after gettmg settled decnded to see the town We hate to admlt xt but the tops of our mouths got all sun burned from lookmg at so many tall bulldmgs Our act starts at the Palace tomorrow Charles Bubb conducts a large orchestra there and Frances Bubb and Evelyn Bowman are also members of the orchestra so we had a regular old time reunion at thls mornmgs rehearsal june 26 1945 We ate supper at Nlck Nlarkovs famous Russxan mght club He certamly served us wiht a magnlflclent supper eyerythlng from soup to nuts Before we retxred this evenmg we were both readmg the paper and suddenly Dlck started to laugh nght out loud Bemg curlous I looked over hrs shoulder and saw that he was readmg Ray Alfords I Flrmlv Belleve and Malntam column and xt seems that he was dlscussmg btlespte Causeys chances for bemg elected governor of our Sunny Callfornla I hope he makes a clean sweep of xt On the front page ln bug head lmes was this l.3 t x ' l -' - 9 L W " I ,fl "', ' ' vi , x f -X ' . I f T, f , ' f '--S -Q V Qi ' QZQ' ,431 -V' xx 12 , r L L 4 '.' 1' v . ', . V hr - - 1 Q 5 .', 1 . I+ , X . I Y a States and Europe. W'e start in a few days from San Francisco. It seems that lots A y V ,. . V , . . . . I' ' 9 Y . . ' I 'V y o I 1 I . A I , 7 , . 7 v , . V . . , . . 1 ' . ' , ' . . ' 9 . . . . , , . . ' . , M . . . . H . V L . . . ,. . , . 1 1

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Home IEILELJEL mmm coumzxv I Rudolf Ixonlg do wlll mv knowledge of Hamburg and sauerkraut to Pat Crowell I Anna Kraljevlch do wxll the care of mg, younger slster to Tom Marshall I Constance Kunze will my matter of fact manner to Allce Anwav I Mary Lazmbat do wlll mv dlmple to Analee Camp I Peter Lazmbat leaxe to Lvnn Harvey mx basket ball abllltx I Vera Leaman do wlll mv curlv halr to june Glenn I Pauline Loerke wlll to Marv -Xnwav mv prlde as a Senior I Attlglxo Manfredl bestow upon Iaul lngraham mv athletic abllltv I Charles Marcella do wlll mx XICIOFIHH manner to Bernard Phll Nick Markov w1ll mx lustx sax to Exelxn Wants Nick Niarovrch do wxll my hablt of answenng out of turn to Rhoda I'1scher Lvle Muller leaxe mx japanese dnalect to VK llllamdf Leshe Edward Neuroth do vull mx place as the babx of the football team to Peter Luslch I Masao Oku do will mx abllltx to speed around corners to james Castle I Foster Pell do will mv smooth blond hair to Stella Jelavlch I Ray Potts leaxe mx abxlltx to tumble to Alta Mlller I Ruth Ravmond will mx hablt of crammmg just before exams to Dorothy Davenport I, jane Rrccoml do will my long bob to 'xlmme Duarte I Carl Schmldt wlll my blond halr to Thelma Noah Erma Schroeder do will the care of B1ll1e to Bettx Cope 'Vladelme Sxlva leaxe mv soprano XOICC to Adele Escolle Gordon Smith leave to Davld Ellsworth the affalrs of mx prlvate lxfe Harvey Suzukl leaxe mv marxelous strength to Howard bnell I'US3l Takano bequeath mv quiet manner to Mary Esther Levin Dons Xogel wlll mx abllltx to pass Semor tests to james Sohler II oodrow Vx atkxns bestow upon Doris Sutter mx big brown eves Lerov Vhlllams do wlll mx dark glances to Lenore Crimes Lherrv VK essenberx leave to hathrme Lec mx sweet dlsposrtlon 130 x X ' l 7' 1 ,' I' X 'V X , ' -- , Kes fx, If 1 XXT ex X- X G- XJ . l , ' 1. ' Y v , . . Q . 7 . D ' ns 73 ' , . . , , . , . . ' . A A , . . 7 1 .V M . . 7 7 . . . I ' , , .Y 4 '. Y x I 3 ' - -f ' V . v ,. . . , A , H' . I, 11' f ' -. I. , , 7, '. ' 5- 1, A.. A . ' Y. . . ,. . I, Ted Marsh, will my Bolshevistic manner to Lester Herrick. I, - . , Y 'Y . ,. . 1 . l I, A' ' ,- a. 3 r, , y v. 'v . I 'v 5 I 9 a . '- - , , , -, I, A n . ., . A . . . ? 7 I ' ' I Y' LL ' ' 77 , 7 F 1 ' I, . ' ' , ' a ' ' . . I, . t . V . I . . I 1, ' . ' L ' - I, ' , . I ' - I, ' ' ' , I I' ' , . I, . V' ' . " j " ' ' " 1 ' .



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Sl l 1 , , I4 Qi.,-Q f X Unatg tjatuurg nav mwm cotmzxsy HARI I' BISSOXIVI TI' NI PD BX I ANIOI S BROADVI -XX ST-XR It seems that H 1rle got l11lX9fl up m a breach of promlse su1t but I thmk that hrs lawxer wlll get hxm out of tt Ixle 'Nltller has bu1lt up qulte a reputatlon when lt comes to these sort of c1ses julx 3 945 Tomorrow IS the 4th 1nd todax we leaxe for Ifurope what a tough break for us but howexer we are not 1lone tn our pllght for Ruth Rax mond and hrma Schroeder are both golng to Ifurope for the summer julx 3 1945 Our second dax from land and to me ll has been almost a month Dlck and I have not had am destre to eat for qulte some tlme that max seem funnv to some but we are qulte SCYIOUQ Iulv 6 1943 Three d us and two mghts on the water 1nd that 1s just about three davs too manv for elther of us We dldnt 1cqu1re our sea legs as rapxdlv as some and there fore we are st1ll a llttle weak Our first stop 19 I ondon On our was to the theater we passed C hctrles NI1rcell1s Sport Shoppe The fog was so thlck and cold that we halled a tam and to our surprtse and astomshment Lerox hhllll3l'1'1S was drlxtng If and good lord how that man could drne -Ks for me from now on I xntend to walk even lf It IS m the o jubf12 1945 Iarls and we are all set for a great tlme I haxe alwass heard so much about Parls or better known to some as bat Paree It seem that Earla jacobus IS a famous takmg Parts by Storm julx 13 1949 -Xt the nlght club we met I eorge Lummmgs and Orm Howell maktng V1 HOOP PEF wtth the best of them Thex hardlx recognlzed us I wonder whw J Juh 20 1943 M1dr1d Spun V11 l1nded thts mormng and to our d1s1ppo1ntment the town IS not full of dmcmg., senor1t1 s but IS 1 xerx modern cltx Vle saw our hrst bull tight thts 1fternoon and box how th1t Xrck Nlaroxtch can throw the bull He has no mercx on them ll all julx 25 1949 Rome 1nd no Romms to as sandals publxc lJ'llhll'lg pools gladlators or ch 1r1ots Attlllo NI1nfred1 the successor of the l1te Nfussohm seems to hue the countrx well under control It IS qulte an honor for us to xtsxt a person of such hlgh office Julx 30 2943 I alcutt1 1nd the town seems to be 1l1xe w1th those fellows who haxe thetr heads all b1nd1ged up for re1son or other 'I he sacred cows ln thts town are qutte a bother I tm gl 1d th 11 tn our countrx the cows 1re Illlkhl to keep tn then' proper places Xugust 4 194s We took the 11r zxprcss tcro s the Red 561 1nd 1re now 1n I 1r1o and tomorrow we pl 1n to see thc pxr1m1ds Ixlc job 1nd Dorls X0 el just armed for a short wt , 1 1 rl I X 1 XT . X I fl VL M 5 . , X! X I K! X , 2 X X" FZQ- f I ... K .L U . Y . . . dy A . .5 . . . Y j . 1 . V : 2 . I-T Y - 1 V 4 . V I Q 1 i T, v , , . Z v, K Y . 7 . ' . O O R " ' ' zvvk 1 - ' 7 L -1 2 4 in ' - 2. 2 ' 2 - - ' - ' '2 .12 .' . V .... I. g' f Y ' 3 ' 2 ' 2 Y v 4 ' v : k if y 1 . ' . model here in Paris, and from what we have seen in the papers we judge that she is " 7 H. I . a v A . 1 . . . , .2 ',.' 2'. V 2 'Q ' ' '52 ' ' 2 ' 1 5 ' 2'. 2 ' -' ' ' 1. 2 ' S y 'A l 2 -- 2 I A" V A 2' K r Q '- . 2 2 .. 2' .. -. ' 2 ' -. " ., 2 ' ,. . ' ' I 2 ', 2' 2 . 5- ' , . Q 2 ' " ', 2' 2 , L S 2 ' , .' ' 2 2 . 2 ' B. 2 12 2 ' ' -' ' ' 2 2 1 ' ' .. .e 1 Q , f. ' ' -2' 2 ' sp Q 2 2 2 ' ' '2 ' ' ' , 2 4. , '. 2 ' S. d'. , Z g S 2 2

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