John Burroughs Middle School - Burr Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1936

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THE JOHN BURROUGHS STUDIO presents THE VVINTER ,36 BURR A GRADUATING CLASS PRODUCTION Editors-in-Chief - Organization Editors A9 Affairs Editors - Literary Editors - Humor Editors - - Girls' Sports Editors Boys' Sports Editors Advertising Manager Produced by - - - Directed by - Screen Play by - - Additional Dialogue Photographed by - Art Directors - - Recorded by - C A S T - - - - Marion Widdicoinbe, Paul Sims Betty Rose Lebell, Paul Simon - 'Tune Friedman, Robert VVeil - - - Jean Holly Rich, Robert Kroll - Alvin Greenwald, Marvin Frankenstein - - - - Jean Smith, Barbara Lee - John Fox, Alfred Cole - ---- Maxine Brill PRODUCTION CREDITS - - - - - - - - john Burroughs - Miss Hughes, Mr. Taylor, Mrs. Haitbrink - - - - - - - - - Burr Art Class - - - Burr English Class - - ----- Mr. Bartlett - Leonore Allen, Eleanor Pound - - - - - - Print Shop 'iw ,f-f.,f""1--"wr, - 1 7P7L'E'f' L-N ' .f-- wa. -,.,...--,F,g,,,,.,.-vf-A-Sir.-aw. ' - ' " 21 ' ' 'A M: :s,ffaga.A15 - -A 's':4p,S-'igif-,325 N- W 2-..:'bi9i5' --1 .V - .. " " 24:9 if A ff?-" ""'S'r:isF mf... wif' ' ' "ff f . W W -, Hp, ,eh-.1 ,Q-31 'fi P .- , 4- . RL m H .ua 1 .gui 'Qian 1 .,1.",,, ,i,'.1"r if f . - 3 a'?z . :f""i1i2Qsi. - ' . ' f ' ' f,-s,,r'. E ..s":11:" 'a 5:37--251 33 ' fe iw,-:-'55,-1.2 . .Q!Qffi?"E'1, 'V J' .'fQS:.k:.'?gzf-fig'-S - 1' f 5951 fs I-1" ' ' ' ' 4"4L.:: 15:17 . ' -4336151 r l-255'-,f,Z2f 35 , 3 .Ne 1' yd, - 3 :V ., L54 ' vxriii ?,.-9131? wer- 133, ' - - J' - . W" ,. .w . .J ' if-',.' ' ' is gf? . .I - ' .?.,'. ' Dem i. O, ag, iixgffigs itil., -' -Q - N , - .. .gs - , gy ' -:Lg -tn, xx , v.. sfgzisf agfffzf f A T " W2 fa-111'-as-,fs -:9..4,wfw: . - . -?i,r'2,f .gr im y 'A.:.f:.'.ge--fa-,JH . , Q3 59, 3 'U' ' Tfiffs " A? C -w i - 's vga, .. , :' -' L - ., 1- , .QL-Tiff ' 'Tt'--15.1 N29 .,.J-'f . lag, 4 ,r Y-...: ujifixi. l W --1 4-fgfhzqgi - a- ' Ns M qw. . U i .5 ,. , ' - .1 A T -A ' . .A -- H1- 'f....'fs .vw .-4 2 -, -'frts-:iu f . .4,,,:,.g,w .fi Ai. . 'I' ' "' iwflfl- ,S .5531 'Sidi' 4 nv- -' x . 9 ,L 'Sf' .. ,511 - 5 it JE?'wffL?' . - Q ff st V ' ' -Q r2f." ft ' .4-gr, ' H fgei 511.-J 'ie H Q' V ,.,, . Y- if 1- -, 441.1 Q, 1 -fa 1-fu. ., .K 4.4 . fy fi +f ..: 1 L . Q .-"9p.x,L m.li------ sq- , vistas' vs- 743-fi' Ag'-'QL-1 -f . 15525 'fi-it-rags 1 - .1 f 'li' -2' v '2?'+i'l'-4--:'t'.53.f f1?2.v'-i f ffefi?fQ3'Sgil fyffim :M-,Bw --eerily-, . - fs-1'-.wi ..::f..-C--Tw ' Q. - -' 'E ,f ir , 1 . W 4 W - ,f"f'T ' ?" "f" t rf 7: 1519? - Q95 .-'E' A ' if 5 -i +:s9Sa4f,:'5' 'l p fill ,Liz-331: 5 . if-A--sv-594+1-ek"ug+f,f,.fg f, sf-sf ' .,,,g' ,:-. h .- 1 , - .3 , W: , " 'J , fggysw.,-' E ra., f,,3:., ,:"-,sqgq v- , -- I N. . Q, -V .-- " 1 ' v : A -1 ' ,- :. - .1 ,'- 4,i r .':,' C11 1 , --'4,'51...T, P 1, ,-.fvs""'-,,k-L-'eve-1 , H '.J -' f"Y1 "i5'L3fEL -11 'PI .-f.,'li .wfv., , '- -' w im-i-,t.w..f-gf L aw , 53 . J ei ex' J' .1w1fs:1't""?f'is- 2 Mala-'+w1r"'f-5.5.9-ft 1- ' .IL ' W 'V 5 'T TY .ff -- . 'w' 'f"f+f"df s-.Blix . 5 -'1ff2:ff.' 'iz Fl. ' 'TW' , 25 V-1 'fha-1 " ' gg .,-glxii vgfga i . 5 .,igggzggvgyit.-LN.: 3 PFFHQ5 r i o all f 4 fig V- :- -P ' ' 1 --15' ,- .ww-g'1+'ffG:?, V- --2'-at- 1:, my , f - a 'hmm-sa:-E 'ZA'-ffTS.mzs.m,f ' K lf. L, 'V KM , ,-.1-, , new . ,,,v-f.+wxf:-'-.--1--. .1 . ' mfg if-5' fs ,,5,W31,:'.5,,f.:.g:,,'a,i,-. dfivr, .!.,,gZqu,gii:? ,a1.,.s. h .1 9, oh m , ga -A- 4 ,. --12 .ffzs-as - ' Y- . Q in -19532, 255 ts"-:Maggie-5'mms-gat,' gm- if -sq -' - -g.w.i'?1zf-ami:-.. '- 5.:-,gre QW 2 f, - '1 1 - . .. A. , ,,,, ,,.,. , , 3731... .. l.- -. - ,,,., , '... im.,saf!a,fa2Wfia1rr,i1grfa.11sf'a,., ra as 'givefaifi .gg QLT -w - s -"f:'F?- '131'-Vlilifa',,5f.i. St' EQ! -?fa.s- 'J -Ii . ' WH. ' 4251355 i.,.-af-new -,J-fl 9.



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ART EDITORS ELEANOR POUND LEANORE ALLEN BURR ART CLASS Qui' .-Xrt editors this year, Eleanor Pound and Leanore Allen, pictured in the window. did their best and well succeeded in explaining to you by their magic hands the life of the' stars and scenes in a studio. The composite pages furnished an oppor- tunity to the Burr artists to put something before the eyes of their public. Seymour Slosburg starred when his magic hands produced the sport cartoons. Ruth Dreusike, Louise Mitchel, and Leanore Allen deserve praise for the pages of comedians, VVill Rogers' Memorial and Backstage respectively. Each and every artist had his chance and there weren't very many "extras.', The Art Class wishes to take this opportunity to thank the studios which were so kind in allowing them to visit the lots and departments. VVhile Dorothy Dodge, Louise Mitchell, Ruth Dreusike, and Miss Hughes were visiting Paramount, scenes from the Crusades were being wrecked. Phoebe Gale and Lorraine Murray also visited Paramount and 20th CenturyMlTox, to make SOIHC fine sketches. The very artistic drawings which have always comprised a great deal of the Burr make-up, are done by the Burr Art class. Miss Hughes is the director of this department at the studio. Leanore Allen, Shirley Bulhnch, Miriam Chaikin, Mary Ann Clyburn, Dorothy Dodge, Ruth Dreusike, Phoebe Gale, Rosemary Goodwin, Audrey Graham, Barbara lflitchcoek, Cynthia Mills, Louise Mitchell, Lorraine Murray, Eleanor Pound, Myrtle Rothbill, Shirlev VVells, Lark Woolley, Ted Payne, Ed Schoenwald, Seymour Slosburg, Tom Graham, and Ardelle Smith furnished the art work this year. l

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