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

 - Class of 1949

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l3 I OHN BURROUGHS FACULTY Administrators: Mr. Ellis A. Iarvis, Principal V , Miss Theresa Baller, Girls' Vice Principal Mr. C. Evan Engberg, Boys' Vice Principal Miss Anna Belle Gibson, Registrar Mrs. Marcella Ashley, Counselor Miss Carol Abbott, Mr. Iarnes D. Bailie, Mrs. Inez Bene- dict, Mr. Rawson H. Bowen, Miss Clara L. Bruckman, Mrs. La Verle T. Caligiuri, Miss Una B. Cameron, Mr. Robert C. Catren, Miss Mildred. Ann Cline, Mr. Philip Corley, Mr. Faber E. Dopp, Mrs. Mary Scott Ebbets, Miss Ada Elizabeth Egbert, Miss Marie H. Erhart, Mr. Phillip Ferguson, Mrs. Helen Taylor Fogwell, Mrs. Cath- erine S. Freernan, Mrs. Winifred N. Haitbrink, Mrs. Mary G. Harlan, Mr, Robert L. Hawkins, Mrs. Ethel C. Herrell, Mrs. Margaret Hezel, Miss Mary Davis Howell, Mr. Os- wald Lyle Hunt, Miss Emily R. Huntsman, Miss Florence Louise Hurst, Mr. Walter Iackson, Mr. Arthur Alyn Iones, Mrs. Martha Lloyd Keeney, Mrs. Edith Kerr, Miss Anne L. Lucy, Miss Winnie Mae Mackey, Mrs. Dorothy Mal- loy, Mr. Kevil W. Martin, Mrs. Muriel G. McCrory, Miss Edna Robb Mott, Miss Loretta G. Nichols, Mr. Don- ald T. Perryman, Mrs. Myrle Petrie, Mr. William Platt, Mrs. Eileen Robertson, Miss Erdine M. Robinson, Mrs. Clara K. Rosenwein, Mrs. Bertha Mae G. Ross, Mrs. Gertrude Schweickert, Miss Lois Adah Shade, Mrs. Katherine K. Shinn, Mrs. Fern E. Spivey, Mr. Carl I. Steiner, Mr. Iohn Gordon Todd, Mrs. Marguerite M. Tooker, Mr. Iohn Douglas Vance, Mrs. Helen M. Walker, Miss Evelyne N. Warder, Miss Marylois Warner, Miss Betty Waters, Miss Constance Wienke. HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE



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WINTER The world is still and white, No sound disturbs the murky gloom. The rugged mountains, stand mute and grim, Heaving their huge shoulders to the sky, Their secrets ever untold. The moon shimmers across the sky Casting forth her frosty beams On a world snow-covered and cold. The silence seems unending, Death on every land Stalks the ice-covered reaches, Dark and threatening. The pines Stretch their giant branches to heaven Pleading, but proud. A wolf, hungry and gaunt, Pads the snow for prey. A rabbit scurries to the safety Of his burrow. The red eyes look elsewhere. The world sighs and is silent, No sound disturbing the night. -Katharine Blight, B8. THE RAYS of the setting sun Stretching into the heavens Are the arms of God Gathering His children together Before the darkness. -Ioanne Rubinstein, A9. Our First Principal. l MR. ROBERT A. THOMPSON . L -:spun . ,. . .,. ..:,, 7,.. , .s'1l:.11iw"l,x3 t ,- W .,r.-,.. . L ,.. w-f' ve Lf,1',.mA 1, -- :.:'. . ., --.J,,7m ag. -. , . 1524- .-3, .-L f. . , I ,. ,' g4"1g::if1g5i-Zjilig . - . ir:1121211.-i:2,.r-55515552255 . .s"".I' . . , '1i."li,1.i:Q?5'f"l 4'-fi "Ziff: " ,,. . .4 ,,,. ,. .3 r l,y 1 ifafiflitf' --:s9.f?r.:1'-2-rt: .+5SE.v1tg . 4. 3 f- af- 'Lg'-i 1 rf 1 Wal-Egg-wg. .ry v 9fl'gggM"r h rip! 1'-'-' 4. "- , Liz- L tm- mr. Y .gk ' if 919- '-hiQQl4wJtf' rt ..2..'-1..'L!. fl. aippgf . " . , , ' f-" , -:rgaggg-' ...L J rfl' ,Q V 5-,,,,:i. nf., Q .I . '.-1 . 151 .:'-!1,.-1',1, . v.-:L 1 vm iz afufsjiy r ' ' if . cv'-is-15531, ,i 12 ' H- l,?',1a "ati 'lllgrtf - .:' mlm 1' lin ,:1- 1 ' ' , 1 ' pt: 1 ?ls5:'1.,'-T--v 'fr 2, la? 4 . ' ,gy .. '. P 5 rgyihl . 7. 5-l'?'5u ,. . k .' qlgzqfgf' 12352-Q-15.25 ,, A P 'r . f or 2' -' " -. . , ,' ',', 1 2 -,,f,t..-W . t -tt. 5713 2 ft? i' it if . i H ii 51 93 1945 - 1 5 .lfliitl-.--2: ' its girl: .:.me.,,- I 51. 2. if 111.11 41,-51:4 ,71.-'-.- - af " - ' --, - swift 1'-21254 'iiffss - F22 I 02112, lg. '-. 1 .-ff'--,3,.34-1-9.25, .a ". ' . fttigliisst - - 1' ::5amf4-:r-- W1 f'1f'f'f4l 1- w - . 'X' 1.3'.f.'-1 ' ' , . ' 4.-:3:. 31: 't- -. .f'H',- F--xx-Ely 1 - ,. ' . -gf.,----11' v -t :ii . 1- . 1 'iftlw t' tl' ' 1-,.'-:3'11'l3 gf 55, - Z , f I-1Eig.:g:i?1: 1 'qw -4:-fn--tv ifsftiefegirrq 2. n -4 ev, .-1: .-,rating 3:34 4 w, "'f '4S-"vis ' x i, 'Y' :agg,.it5:. 3-tf.fq,,7 .Z-.4v,Lf1" 1, ., ' s 'gfa:gpmgJ:"t '-'FE' At ,. A 2. t - ' "t . iAaaf' .K H V ,. -l lx ' t"ii'v U' LS it 5' K ' 35... ' ' - . . -.b 1. H , ight, ,157 r ii it .ri Q. . .4551 ,Egg Q. .att X in is Z. 'Tiifii lr if MY VALLEY I walked along the ascending pathg Below me the landscape stretched verdant Beyond expectation- Redwoods reached upwards into the drifting clouds, White daisies dotted the meadow Like snow flakes in a sea of green. And then came the lashing windy The rain beat upon my face. I turned my back to shield myself From the fury of the elements. And when l turned to see my beautiful valley, It was gone-and never to be seen again. -David Entin', A9. THE ORPHAN Hardly a bush moved, as the doe glided Into the camp, But as she came upon the crates of food, The hunters gun went off. Scarce two hundred yards away, As soft as a ball of yarn, Lay a small brown fawn, With speckled back gleaming in the sun. -Rhoda Stern' A9 Clouds are the white gloves of God. -Lee Burr, BQ. "Here comes mother to scold me," the child thought, and braced herself, a little house with all its doors and windows shut. -Gordon Smith, AQ. SHIIVIMERING Like a town on a rainy night, Or a satin gown in soft moonlight. Like jello on a silver dish, . . Or a child's eyes on hisvbirthday wish. Shimmering-The whole world is shimmering. -Sheila Starr, B8. IUNE! Happy, lighthearted, spirited Iune- Laughing golden Iune comes rollicking in With her carefree face tanned by the hot sun. Sand and water, cokes and hog dogs- Tennis, baseball-all belong to Iune. Iune loves long golden days And silver moonlit nights, dates and dances, But-most of all- Iune loves to dream. -Nadine Peroft", AQ. MASTERPIECE! Intense murmer of distant winds, Echoed against the tinted rocks, Carved by nature, through centuries of wind and rain. Painted by the Master of Masters. Eyeing His masterpiece with delight, I see before me the vastness of an empire, The riches ot a kingdom, Nestled together like petals In a partly opened rose. -Marvin Taft, A9.

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