Washington Irving Junior High School - Knickerbocker Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1946

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Spring-semester poems which are stnlrcd for honorable mention are: "The E u c a l y p L u s" by llaymond Terry, A9: "Music" bg: Don Jacobs, B93 and "Music" by Nadine Mershon, BSL The following A93 have poems published: Ronald Gordon. Yvonne Lindores, Fred Tschopp, Natalie Al- berty, Bertha Huffman, Shirley Hei- bel. and Tom Russell. AS's who have poems accepted ai 2: Margarita Ramos, Ronald Tzylor. Al- va Anderton, Barbara Kenipo, and Catherine Perry. Students of other grades who have poems published are: Gail Halverson. A75 Belvn Baldwin, B73 and Beverly Younger, B7. Other Irving students who submit- ted poems to the anthology ore: A9's: Bill Anderson, Jimmie Brown. Betty Christensen, George Corpor- ales, Donald Gnfner, Melvin Gember- ling, Constance Guerra, Rose Mr-ry Gunn. Lorayne Hamilton, Betty Hoi- bel, Roger Obernolte, Richtrcl Rose, and Bonnie Taylor. AS's: Bernice Baziak, Betty Bren- uni, Joan Cockc, and Vireiniw D111-b','. A'7's: Rosalind Algoso, Marilyn Benedict, Lois Bodfield. Nan:-ji Dfvis. Donald Fifer, Bill Hartshorn, .loin- nene Moberly. Beverly Parker, Mari- lyn Shiver. and Beverly Siebert. B7's: Evelyn Pogstad and Doroihy Uhlev. Music To Be Featured in Graduation ' Program of Class of Summer '46 l 1 Graduation Theme: l Personal Responsibility in Doing Right Molto of Class of Summer '46 Conquer Wrong by Doing Right 1 Colors of Class of Summer '46: Green and White Graduating Homeroomn: Boys' Homcrooxn 107 Mr. William Milne Girls' Homoroom 112 Mrs. Henrietta Goldrick Girls' Homeromn 114 Miss Arlnlee Riley Boys' Homoroom 203 Mrs. Harriett Brown Girls' Homcroom 204 Miss Constance Campbell Girls' Homcroom 208 Miss Margaret clapp Boys' Homeroom Electric Mr. Fred Osburn , -sw W ,YH . ss ... Contest Winners Picked Big American Legion "American Cikizcns-Our Respon- sibilities, our Pl'lK'llQg'0SH was the topic for the American Legion Es- say Contest, which was won by Betty lllengo, Atl, with Peter Eiden, B9, vinninz second place. Fevcnty-five students from ull trades submitted essays in thc con- test, which is sponsored by the Amer- ipzzn Legion Auxiliary of Griffith Prilt Post 353. The Poppy Poster contest. also sponsored by the American Legion, was won by Charles Baker, A9. .loan Cn'-ke, AS, came second, and Marion Shoreen. ASI, third. Honorable men- Iffn was given to Barbara Mcrtz, AQ, May Armstrong, A9, and Dolores llowman. A9. The poster contest was city-wide. Chrrlcs Buker's poster will now 'be' sent on for stute competition. xiigsed on' Lhc theme "Frei-spinal ltesponsibility in Doing Right," the graduation program of the Class of Summer '46 will feature music by the Senior Orchestra and Glee Clubs and hgief talks by two A9 students. Mrs. Eileen Hitchcock, class spon- sor, is in charge of the program. The orchestra is directed by Miss Dorothy Dickey and the Glee Clubs by Miss Ruth Hinkleman. Senior Or- Lhesiro soloists will be Charles Baker, cello, and Vera Smith, violin. Donna Martin and Nancy High will play a .wo-piano duet. Mrs. Eleanor B. Allen, member of the Los Angeles Board of Education, will mnkc the graduation address. Diplomas will be presented to the fgzrdnates by Miss'EtheliDow, vice- principal, and Mr. Crawford Peek, principal, and will be accepted on bo- hslf of the graduates by Melvin Gembevling, A9 class president. Of the 101 boys and 150 girls urziduating. 1-15 students plan to at- frnd Marshall High School, 73 to ntlend Franklin, 28 to attend Eagle Pork, two to attend Glendale. and th'-co to attend other schools. A7 Student W ins Trrzmc Essay Contest Cnr: Owen, A7 Irving: student, won list place in the city of Los Angeles an the essay contest on "My Place in 'l'rril'fic Safety." This contest was conducted ns a wr. of the celebration of Boys' Week hy the Los Angeles Police Depart- mont. A gold plnque with the mime of our sci-ool engraved on it was award- rfl to Irving: for the second consecu- tive your ns a result of CurL's victory. Last your Le Roy Hulderman, yn-c-sent B9,'won first place in the wily-wide contest. Curt rcacl his essay over the air cn KF! cn May 4.

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l L l'LYl5I.ilSHEi. BY THE STUDENTS OF WASHINGTON IRVING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL bus Aflgeles. California STArF tvlanauinq Editor .....,... ,, ...,.... Peter Eiden News Editor .,,., ,. ,.,. lrulnres MvCmidless Asst. News Editor ..... .,.,,,,.,, J :mire Kan' Feature Editor .. ..,,,.... .lnciluellne Heyer Asst. Feature Editor ........,.,, Nancy Dnle Make-up Editor .,............,. Juan Shannon Copy Editor .. ...,.,.......... Eileen Schneider Boys' Sports Editor , ............... Perry Sinlih Boys' Sport Writers ......,....... .. .llm Benlrd :md Cllfforil Sllvurinan Girls' Sports ....,......,.... , ............... Arlene Fried und Lillian Lonlmuskl Columnist ,.,..,.......,,. ..., ,....,., R 0 nltld Gurdon A9 Edition Editor . ....... Juycelyn Compton Asst, A9 Edition Editor Jeanette Johnson Art Editor' ...........,..,............ . ......., Pat Stump George Corporales und Tom Russell Printers ..... . ..,..,.. ........ ......, Robert Mallwlt Cooper Ashley, and Virgil Sclmell Other staif members: ....,.., Alva Anderton, Betty Buss. Ju Ann Busternc. Ellen Edgar. Noel Jackson. .loan Norris. Hel- en Perez, Richard Phipps. Joan Pratt., Marguerite Ramos. .lore Stauber. Faculty Advisers: An, nmrgm-et clamp: Pmmqraphy. Julm Gllberi.: Printini. E. ll. Gill'l'i'i.tC Journalism, Esther Snlnwn Secretaries Edituriallg r Speaking by Joycelyn Compton Three years at Irving have passed all too quickly for us A9's, and now we're ready to continue on to senior high school. Of course we're glad to be graduating, and yet we rather hate to be leaving Irving because that means we will be separated from some of the many friends we have made here. Now that the war is over, and things are getting back to normal again, people everywhere are resolv- ing to make this world a better place in which to live. Our class motto, "Conquer Wrong by Doing Right," expresses what we. 'he younger generation, feel we can :lo to make this ri better world. The world is made up of many szzoups, which in turn are made up of many individuals, so that if each per- son does his part to abolish intoler- ance, prejudice, jealousies, and greed, his group and his nation will then be more perfect and this world will be n better place in which to live. V lRVlNC'S ADMINISTRATORS Crawford Peek, principnlg Miu Ethel Dow, girls' viceqn-incipqlg Mu, Mary Fresher, cuunselorp Forrest Little, registrar, STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Lewis lfcrhevur, prelident, Joyce Bond, lecretaryg Jean Steiner, BWI' V'CB'Pl'BSldeht: Vernon Jumper, boyz' vice-president. A9 CLASS OFFICERS Jeanette Johnson, treasurer: Bill Nacleau, vice-president: Melvin Gemlaerling, prenidentg Helen Perez, secretary.

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