Hollenbeck Junior High School - Siren Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1943

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Ap ijfiefef I -:in-:A f-'-A-- f- TUE SIIQLIN wa NTE R343 Editor . . . Florence Cohen Assistant Editor ......... Rebecca Schneider Associate Editors . . Mary Agarnalian. Sylvia Schrogin, Bette Menke. Richard Krinsky, Beatrice Sperling, Harold Adler. ' Leo Varon. Rudy Montano. Marvin Berman. Eugenia Chorney, Marvin Zeidler. and Adolph Schoenen ' , Layouts . . . . . Adolph Kerdoon PREPARED BY THE STAFF OF HOLLENBECK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEDICATION This Semi-Annual Issue of the Siren Winter '42 Is Dedicated To N All Graduates of Hollenbeck in the Armed Service of Our Country and To All Members of Our Faculty in the Armed Forces LIEUTENANT COLONEL DAVID R. KNAPE DAVE SCHWARTZ THOMAS WILDE WILLIAM C. BLANCHARD RHODIN HORD SCUDDER Qwr Theme: 4 UNITY FOR VICTORY OU IZ PQINCI PALS IAMES C. REINHARD Principal IENELLA MOORE. Girls' Vice-Principal ERNEST H. 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Naomi Bass-224, Armida Esquer-227. Barbara Catch-230. Nadina Siver -221. Catalina Artego-228. Florence Meyerson -244. Deborah Diamond-229. Mae Mackshanov -241. Rosie Mazmanian-245. Clodie Maldo- nado-282, Stella Kalezeii-128, Laura Landoros -243. Anna Stein-264, Lulu Moore-140. Iuanila Medina-223. Florine Kat:--225. Alvema McClay 265. Gloria Lucero-Band Room. Isabelle Romero-123, Eugenia Chomey-Cale. BOYS' HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS Robert Olvera-143. Ierry Serola-130. Carlos Ibanez-129. Alfonso Sanchez--126. Nick Fernan- dez--l24. Richard Ramirez-248. Maurice Culler+ 131. Bobby Epstein-226. Benny Eubanks-204. Milton Braiman-240, Umberto Ortiz-144, Felix Gallegos-g-l20. lim Floresf-127. Billy Sissov-142. Ioaquin Gardea-145. Irving Corn-145. Harold White-l25. Herbert Ahn-246. Harry Handler- l4l. Eddie Serra-247. Roberl Saldana-148. l HOLLENBECK STUDENTe P I CABINET x Delia Figueroa--President lean Dishlrin-Girls' Chiei Iustice Senator Lupe Robles-Eighth Grade Senator Vera Chapluk-Seventh Grade William Halapofi-Boys' Chiei Iustice Carmen Melendez-Secretary oi Traiiic Sidney Katz-Boys' Vice President Ronald Bergman-Ninth Grade Senator Naomi Dubin-Secretary of Red Cross Herbert Ahn-Speaker of the House WE ARE PROUD During the month of December. Hollenbeckians bought over 525.604 worth of stamps and bonds. the best record of any High school in the city. This money applied on the purchase of the S300,000 bomber bought by our neighborhood. and inscribed "The Spirit of Boyle Heights" by the War Department. We are now buying bonds lor our second bomber to be called "The Spirit ol Hollenbeckf' Most of the work oi building the Victory House was done by Harry Haprov. 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BOYD JACK BRODY THOMAS CAIIPAGNA EDWARD CASILLAS LOWILL CHUDACOFF NATHAN COHEN MANUEL CRUZ WILLIAM FIGUEROA MIGUL GAPIDO MURRAY GOLDBERG DAVID GOLDSTKIN LIBRADO GONZALB3 MARVIN GREENSTHN WILLIAM HOLOPOFF HARRY HAPROV IOS MARALES JAMES HOZH1 JOE JUARE SALVADOR IUAREZ DOO FUNG JUNG MARVIN KAY FRED KOBZOFF RICHARD HINSKY KDMUND LEE -TALES HACIAS ERNEST KARTINEZ JOE UAZON EDWARD WILLIGAN ALFONSO MURGUIA FRED NUNEZ 31-l.AR.LE SALAZAR ADOLFO SALCEDO ROBERT SALDENA ADOLPH SCHOENEN LARRY STEINBERO WILLIAM TARIN BDIJAMIN TELLEZ EDWIN TOWSON IRVING YABLONSKY fKLIK ZAHARIASH NIARVIN ZEIDLER WEAKNESS Auovus uma: Rnconns ii6'i'fE GIRLS ABSOLUTELY moms GI RLS FOOTBALL CHESS SPORTS GIRLS FOOTBALL MATH GIRLS A CERTAIN GIRL REDHEADS SPORTS DRAFTING MATH .TUARIZ GIRLS A CERTAIN GIRL ICE CREAM xgzsrmmna A CERTAIN YOUNG uoocm Nc- mmvrmc 1-mms GIRLS MARINES FIMALES FORD V8 'S MATH GIRLS DAN CI NG GI RLS BLONDES READING DRAFTING GIRLS DRAFTING FUN HOUSE TAMALES LOAFI NG FOOD r LADY AMBITION CARPENTER AERONATI CAL KNGI RE IHSPORY FROFESSOR JOIN THE ARMY PILOT MACFHNIST EECHANIC DRABTSMAN ENGINHR MECHANIC CREESI' ININSTRI AL ARTI ST DOCTOR RADI O 'HAM' DOCTOR PHARMACI ST MACHINI ST MACHINIST .GIRLS MECHANIC MECHANIC 0924!-lL1F.P9. 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I If M I f- I iz, 5 ,, - .Y - - g Q sz 1 , 2 , fe :af HELEN , V ,- ix NT: 5 i 1 1 u E S 1 Q C Q 5 1 . - l SENIOR ORCHESTRK We are proud of the Senior Orchestra oi W'43. lt is made up oi caretul. serious musicians who show promise oi brilliant playing in future years. The officers were George Ccsrreon, president: Leonard Niehaus. vice-president: Frances Marks and Betty Schmidt, secretaries: Sarah Hammer and Norton Maltz. librarians: and Ioe Fierro. con- cert master. ' I UNIOR ORCHESTRA The personnel oi the Iunior Orchestra was small, but the players made up lor this in quality of playing. "lt was interesting to watch the improvement and growth oi this young group." said Miss Steiien. The officers this term were Robert Colmenares. president: Alice Gutierrez. secretary: Ruth Bo- rets. librarian: and George Rodriguez. concert master. THE BAND The Band added much military gusto 'to three aud calls and the dedication ol the Victory House. The officers were Louis Rivas. president: Albert Gabriellini. vice-president: Marvin Zeidler. sec- retary: Ioe Tomayo. Armando Melendez and Armando Carillo. librarians: Siren reporter. Leo Varon: and William Orozco. sergenat-at-arms. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ' During the past term. the Girls' Glee Club, under Mrs. Iohnston's direction, has progressed rapidly. It has improved in diction. tone quality and other points that make a good singer. Hollen- beck is very proud of its young larks. The officers are: Pauline Galarze. president: Cruzita Stewart. secretary: and Hortensia Molina. BOYS' GLEE CLUB The twin brother oi the Girls' Glee Club is headed by Miss Thorton. This group of budding talent has a bright outlook tor the future and we believe that they will one day be accomplished singers. - ' " The otticers are Ignacio Lozulde. president: Richard Organista. vice-President: and William Mar- tinez. Samuel Weisburg. secretaries. treasurer. mm ,mick 1 . HAMA Q wr B7 QUIZ Best informed B7. winner of Qmz Contest. William Wiesmcm QUIZ CAST: Iecm Dishkin, Director Leona Etlin luck Brody Bill Urcxine Mildred Escxcoff Robert Pene Theodore Sobelman BE HOME BY MIDNIGHT CAST: Mitchel Dobrenen Thea Himmel Bemczrd 'Goodman Allen Goldman Natalie Rubin SERVICE GROUPS l f NAOMI DUBIN, Secretary or Red Cross llilffyllg ylgyil' Alf tl bpChris as Exhibit Students put up thou- sctnds of articles, quilts garments and toys mcrcle by the boys and girls of Hollenbeck for the Iunior Red Cross. xr' .X , XI TEXT BOOK MESSENGERS Richard Arce Richard La Carta Sol Feinstein Bernard Switt I-'rank Busher Ierome Dimaggio Bobby Ortiz ' Dickie Sacwedra Manuel Flores THE MAIN DESK IN THE LIBRARY 1 Thousands of keys col- lected by Hollenbeck stu- dents in the scrap metal drive. E. l 1 , 1 4 4 1 1 W Q 4 1 i P 9 A i CAFETERIA Mrs. Anderson in charge. and her helpers. Mrs. Alana- soff. Mrs. Bruch. Mrs. Hamlin and Mrs. Vorhies Cin the lower backgroundl. keep us wall fed in spiie of rationing. 'Q ll uf' or War Effort! Wuodshops Have Made several Hundred Model Airplanes For The Navy During the past spring and fall the woodshops have been making scale models ot all types of airplanes used in com- bat, both allied and enemy. These have been turned over tothe navy for the training of new recruits. This is an, out- standing contribution. Blue Print Reading Being able to read a blue print is essential in all trades and Mr. Whiteley has been giving his boys intensive study on the subject. Sheet Metal Shop The Sheet Metal Shop has had to work under a handicap dur- ing the past semester. Mater- ials have been almost imposs- ible to obtain, but work has gone ahead just the same. L. a . Industrial rts epartment Print Shop ls Production Center Uf School Paper Every three weeks the Print shop has helped to produce your school paper, THE SIREN. Letter by letter, word by word the type has been set by advanced Printing stu- dents. From the press have come thousands of sheets telling of the news of Hollen- beck. V General Metal Shop This year the General Metal Shop has been doing some act- ual war training work. Over thirty boys have been taking machine shop practice and welding, thereby readying themselves for workin indust- ry. This is a real contribution to the war effort. I. I REFEREES PIN MEN Albert Selleck Maregildo Pana Max Rennert Marvin Zeidler Gloria Arenas Mildred Esacoif Carmen Melondez Aurora Solis SCRAP METAL DRIVE Carrying it. bringing it on roller skates, pulling it in little wagons. using father's car. or sending our custodian. Mr. Sil- ver. for it with his truck. Hol- lenbeck students. under the direction 61 Mr. Buck. brought in nearly 40.000 pounds of scrap iron-seven large truck loads. ,-A P f I Th Siren i HOLLENBECKJUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Vol. XXXVI Febuary 30, 1953 No. 9 W0'l4'Rm'Wl scientists Siren Moves Into New Quartersg Meet At llollenbeck tant event which will influence the entire world took place. It was the long-awaited Science Convention attended by the foremost scien- tists of today. These brilliant men and women have brought forth the results of ten years' hard labor for the benefit of humanity. A group of six prominent doc- tors: William Schlemer, Murray Goldberg, Librado Gonzales, Rich- ard Krinsky, Betty Menke, and Ru- dolfo Abeyta, have produced a serum for the prevention of hair- raising during terrifying moments. Chemist William Figueroa, and Shirley Rubin, laboratory techni- cian, will manufacture their Super Crystals to take the place of rain-' bows in rainless countries. Selma Katell, famed pediatri- cian fbaby doctor to youl, has perfected a way of reducing stork expenses by an effective means of bargaining. The greatest pathologist of our time, Marie Otero, has found a new method for white corpuscles to combat disease germs. Her secret is that she fits a pair of boxing gloves to each corpuscle and lets them battle it out for fifteen rounds. The brilliant young psycholo- gist, Sylvia Schrogin, has made the greatest discovery ffor herl since the beginning of time, she has finally found out what is wrong with her brain. She is crazy. BEATRICE SPERLING BETTY MENKE SYLVIA SCHROGIN On February 30, l952, an impor- Over Times Building Because of its mounting circulation the SIREN has been forced repeatedly to move into larger quarters, and now its business manager, Mary Agamalian, announces that arrangements have been completed for it to purchase the Times Building at 202 West First Street. Long ago the SIREN, under the able editing of Miss Eugenia Chor- ney, became a daily newsparper. The Times, long-time rival of the SIREN, has at last surrendered and gone out of business. Miss' Beatrice Sperling will become city editor in the new set-up. Crowds Tluong Huge Reinhard Stadium For Ulympic Games Thousands thronged the new Reinhard Coliseum at Hollenbeck to witness the events of the open- ing day of the Glympic Games, the first held in Los Angeles since the Second World War. Many records were broken. Here are some of the results so far. The high jump record was broken by Leo Bochner with a leap of 10' l5". In second.place came Meregildo Para with a juinp of 5' 13" On the track, Richard Krinsky, the speed demon of Hollenbeck, broke the hundred yard dash with a colossal run of six seconds, very flat. In second place came Ray Santos only one second behind our speed demon. Third place was taken by Adolph Schoenen. In the events ot the day,- others to place were Marvin Gurian, David Goldstein, Marvin Greenstein, and Edward Mulligan. Popular columnist Rebecca Schneider will be featured daily on the society page, Sports lovers will be glad to hear that Leo Varon, Well-known sports writer, will cover all ma- jor sport events for the coming season. One of the nation's brilliant news commentators, Marvin Zeid- ler, will express his opinions on current events in his column, "Views of the News." The best seller, "How to Influ- ence Teachers and Win Good Re- port Cards," by Frances Marks, famous long story writer, will be featured by the Book of the Half- Hour Club, in its complete, origi- nal, uncensored form. Harold Adler, at present over- seas corrrespondent of the Times, will be home for a brief vacation, after which he will return to Lon- don for the SIREN, to be able to give up to the minute news on for- eign affairs. Adolph Schoenen will be in charge of all the giant presses and press technicians. Max Rennert's Robert Pene, 31.50 ask for Isabel F POMEGRANTE GROVE as geo 4,9 uf" kd 201 Rudy Montano Drive we A+- tftlgg Presents K 9 3 ji' AL SELLECK AND Hrs Music MAKERS' X. H J Floorshows Nightly K 51 ! Vocalists Edell O'Connell and Ignacious Eberle HOUDINI BERMAN, assisted by Marvin 5 Kay, Lupe Aguilar, In the disappearing act. Lillianne and Meregildo Danceteam Dinner by chef Phone Romero 1111 .....O.... ESCORT BUREAU 101 Lonewolf Drive Call Goldberg 7771 Ask for Mortimer Tall, dark and handsome escort, take you any- where you can afford. Edwin Sims Tall, blond, 25. Good time guaranteed Ask for Jack Rahmar. Latin Don Juan. Connoisseur of rhumba. Rubin Garcia Short, blonde fast talker. Knows every head- waiter in town. Jack Brody A C ration card, girls. You supply the money. Good tires, no blowout guaranteed. Walter Moiseve Young gentlemen. Very concientious. Knows all blackout rules. Robert' Vasquez - O- Lonely Hearts Bureau A girl over 21, lonely and heart broken wishes to make the acquaintance of a quiet sophistica- ted, middle aged gentleman, the John C Barry- more'3 Felix type preferred, who has had an unhappy and dramatic life? Call D.C. 4314 Tall, handsome, romanticxtype playboy wants to get married to a capable, brawny girl who can cook, sew, and has C gas ration card. Call Leo Varon as soon as possible. Classified Ads N WANTED Strong, sufficient bodyguard for playboy Fred Kobzoff. Good pay. Weak 8812, ask for Ling. Matter of life and death, priceless pink comb lost. Please return immediately. I am complete- ly helpless without it. Helen Granz, Box 1 Professor Leo Breiman, head of Hollenbekian Institute for the cure of Amnesia victims, has forgotten his home address. Help i urgently needed. , Girls: Do you want to reduce? Do you want to havea figure like that beautiful, glamorous actress, Claire Nell Kamoa? If so, drop in to see Lowell Chudekoff, great beauty expert and in- ventor ofthe fatfdrgpgnns' reduceing machine- SALON DE MME. GLORIA VASQUEZ 141 West Academic Way Features the Ultra Uppercut by Rachel Rodriguez h Also Shampoos. . . . . Mary Louise Ibanez A .. 0 -- '-nil 1 I 1 L I 5 f v F 1 ! 4 5 4 E a Q za , :HK ,X igfllz x'L'TYT',k"kYxe' ,f ii I I l 1 Y L P I 5 s I i 3- l F Y 'G r P f i K l F 2 i I l 2. 2 E. l F LOOKING BACKWARD Three short years ago. we entered Hollenbeck. Only to have the precious time ily by: As the time has flown and we have grown. We have thought oi senior high. We join the others who have left behind This very wonderful school: lt's hard to believe that soon we'll be gone. But that's the general rule. Remember. as B7's. how proud we were. To be going to junior high? We were glad to be out oi grammar school. And our hearts were way in the sky. As A7's. we got used to it all. The rules, the buildings and the teachers: Those things were no longer troubling us. And we were proud. haughty creatures. The days and the weeks iust iairly ilew by. ' And we had become B8's: Hollenbeck became more interesting each day. That we entered its iamiliar gates. As A8's. and members oi the upper division. We bossed the others around: That term we had our electives. too. And how we were covering ground! Then B9's we had become. Only one more year to go: We were very careful about our grades For it'd be shameful to have them low. We were nearing the end ot our junior high term. And mighty A9's at last: So many things to remember. Ot the wonderful years that have passed! BEATRICE SPERLING M PERFECT A9 BOY Eyes ------- Morris Burelott Hair - ---- - - Iohn Felix Nose - - - - Bill Uraine Smile - - - Walter Moiseve Dancing Ability - Rudy Montano Dimples - - - - Ioe Reyes Physique - - Alvino Lopez Talent - - - Marvin Berman Best Dressed - Robert Saldana Popularity - - Harry Handler Sportsmanship - - Bemie Schoenberg Personality - - - Marvin Kay Complexion - - Iames Hozen Sense oi Humor - - Robert Pene Freckles - - - - Ray Gomez Athletic Ability - Edward Serra PERFECT A9 GIRL Hair - - - - Bernice Pearl Eyes - - - lean Dishkin Nose - Helene Granz Lips - - Mildred Esacotf Smile - Edell Davidowitz Dimples - Margaret Maruio Talent - - Pauline Galarze Figure - - - Isabelle Romero Best Dressed Margaret Chavira Personality - L Florence Cohen Popularity - - Delia Figueroa Dancing Ability Athletic Ability Complexion - Freckles - - Sense oi Humor Li, an WAHM as - - Leona Erlin Antonia Estavilla - Naomi Dubin - Goldie Slutsky - Doris Rosenberg FINALE I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Having completed three years at Hollenbeck. we, the class of Winter '43, finding ourselves being sound oi mind and body and able to read. write and talk. hereby designate this docu- ment to be our last will and testament. I. Irving Gross. leave my ability to get "good" grades to Mona Feiglestein. I, Dorothy Carpol. leave my artistic color combinations to any future A9 that is color blind. I. Rudy Montano, leave my cartooning. dancing. sense ot humor. personality and zoot pants to Ioe Silva. I want to make a fresh start. I. Rebecca Schneider. leave my brain wracking. iloor pacing to the next assistant editor who has an editor like Florence Cohen. I. F rank Amandarez, leave my wolfing ability to Humberto Figueroa to add to his own' technique. We. Sylvia Schrogin and Betty Menke. the rewrite editors. leave our "sloppy copy" to anyone that can read it. I. Marvin Kay. leave the Drama Club to the next president. I. Lillian Aragon. leave my dancing to anyone that can use it. ll. Harry Handler. leave my talking in classes to Harvey Lieberman. A I. lean Dishkin, leave my door closing to Mrs. Brown. I. Harry Haprov. leave my share oi the Victory House to all the Hollenbeckians who will buy more and more war stamps and bonds. A-NINE CLASS REBECCA SCHNEIDER FLORENCE COHEN x B FT --f 5 ..... ga., 'far


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