John Burroughs Middle School - Burr Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1955
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JOHN BURROUGHS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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Theme: "WE BUILD A BETTER BURROUGHS"
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS, under the guidance of Mr. Lloyd
the faculty, plan and carry out student government activities.
lc Judy Dcnin, l-lawaia Goldring, Bruce carwin, Barbara Schmidt,
II: Gail cailiclc, Nancy Klein, Mi. Lloyd, Dorulyn Karin, Eddie Riccnian,
The SENIOR COUNCIL, under
the guidance of Miss Howell, is
composed of student body offi-
cers und senior homeroom presi-
dents. This group plans student
government campaigns and pro-
jects, and makes basic laws.
iznw lc Louise Matin, Iris lacaac, Nancy
saacr, Eileen Smith, Gail oaflicic, lannv
silyenan, Melvin Mailiinan, len Bloom,
Row il: Mics Hawaii, Carol Kina, snc
span, Bonnie Magid, Roberta cniia,
Idalee Adel, sneila scnwam, may
Dnnin, Dorcilyn Kuhn.
law III: Emily Duncan, Jaan Hcccclaii,
Bill sagnai, Marilyn scnaif, Elaine
salici, Many iainbanii, Nancy aaliii,
Linda Richardson, Hawaca Galciiing.
naw IV: since Corwin, Laffy Karan,
Stuart Walpen, izalan Berman, Nancy
Klein, Jael Fiehl, McrtY Bischotl, Barry
silvcrnian, Annni Rabitz.
The JUNIOR COUNCIL, com-
posed of the junior assembly
chairman and junior homeroom
presidents, is sponsored by Mrs.
Rosenwein. Members are train-
ed in citizenship, parliamentary
procedure, and homeroom serv-
Row li Linda saanar, Richard icibei,
sncila oalabera, Eddie iziccnian, Ethyle
Arcnof, Diane lznlnnc, Allen Levine,
naw II: Elise slnii, Helene Szumet,
sieanania Rollins, Sara lean Davidson,
Stephen slinnc, Eric Avncian, Robert
Fcilcc, An Ruben.
naw III: Dianne Weider, Susan nan,
xainccinc Zeller, Kathy Millca, Carolyn
Kieicninn, Leonard ralniy, leny Lamin-
aci, Larry caccici.
Row IV: Mic. Rasenwein, Noel swaia-
law, William izacenbcra. Harry Kniane,
Bill sniilancl, Ronny De Lang, Gran.
The GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET,
composed of A9 girls and spon-
sored by Miss Baller, works for
the good of .l.B.'s girls.
Row la Judy rrlena, aannle carwln,
Barbara srlrnrlal, Baraara seaal.
naw ll: Belly Wirlck, Darulyn lcalrn,
snzanne Bank, Barbara snyaer, Lana
Baylln, Stephanie srllalnran.
naw lllr Julia TailelBaanr, Gail Brayer-
rnan, llana Barner, Maaelaane Llano,
Judy Naaler, Pal Young, linda Araesly,
Susan Forster, Marlene Zeitman.
naw IV: Miss Baller, Mrs. rlefener, Rain
Oldstein, Barbara Altman, Marlrlay
Marslr, Linda crllaarl, Murcia waeealrnan,
lcallry Titelman, Pat Morris, Carol karen.
The BOYS' COUNCIL BOARD, under the supervision of Mr.
Hamerman, boys' vice-principal, plans sport's activities, en-
tertainment, helps solve problems of the boys, and promotes
more friendliness and courtesy.
low la mek Teyrman, Richard lcalrn, l-lawara Goldring, Mr. Hcmerman,
naw II: John crawfara, Steve Mm, sleya Baiser, laylea Crane, slave Davis.
The GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET BOARD, under Miss Baller's
and Mrs. Fletcher's direction, discusses and makes recom-
mendations to the Cabinet on girls' problems.
naw lr Barbara selnnlal, Bannie Corwin, Judy Friend, aarlaara Segal.
Row II: lzalea Faael, Susan Nagin, unala veanlanr, Susan carln, lnelaraa
low lllr Mary Lombardi, Mrs. rleselrer, Sandy Ama, linda Baaaal, Ninia
runamaraaneen, Esiher Luzar, Mar Baller.
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The GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL AND COURT, sponsored by
Mrs. Fletcher and Miss Wienke, help girls with class and
Row I: Judy Friend, Bonnie Corwin, Barbara Schmidt, Barbara Segal.
low II: Nanene Kafka, Abbie Ziffren, Bonnie Bums, Stephanie Rollins,
naw III: Sue Ann Paaa, za: Evans, Rosalind Slalen, Judy Fine, Irene Dubnl.
law IV: Mrs. rlelaner, unaa lclealren, Susan leaars, Maas Baller.
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SPACE PATROL, sponsored by Mr. Cor-
ter, is the A9 division of the Space
Legion. Members enforce Safety rules at
lunch and nutrition.
new lr Linee welrnen, linda Dill, ceil areyerrnen,
oerelyn Kahn, Bill seelrer, Meeelelne neyeerlr,
Row II: Arlene sleenrleere, Eleine Freeman, neeeroe
SigoIoH, Mereie Zeexmun, Arrlreen relernen, Myrne
oerelrlrine, Mr. Carter.
new Ill: Ronny Kupers, Louise Vernon, Brenda Aeel-
rnen, Susan Anger, Carolyn silyernren, Terry slrenn-
man, neeero Weiner,
new IV: neleln celenren, Don Hilrner, Jerry Meer,
cery Henelren, Steve neyzr, Joel Piehl, Allen
SOLAR PATROL, composed of B9's, is
under the sponsorship of Mr. Carter.
Members receive posts in the halls before
school, at nutrition, lunch, and after
new le Barbara Alrrnen, Doralyn lcelrn, Lerry Koran,
Row ll: sreye Koppie, Fefe Berg, Lerry wsneeere,
Dick reyrarien, sue Rubin, Eve snerrnen, Sonia
Schumann, cerel King,
Row III: unee Graenberg, aenlre Dubinxky, syeelle
aeer, Elliot Drucker, leylee Crane, Mark Kerrfrnen,
lee Miller, Paul Meyer, Steve slrlelee.
new IVQ Mr. Carter, Merllyn zenyalle, Linda lep-
releer, Jerry lcleelry, Jenn Jeelreen, Zev Edelman,
Ken neeeneere, Fred Eslrin,
new ve Barbara Aeler, lrnre Cohn, Darlene Segal,
lerry Ken, Warren Yurmun.
SECURITY COUNCIL, sponsored by Mr. Carter, is mode up of I3
A9's, seven girls ond six boys, including the Commissioner of Safety
Dorolyn Kohn. They ore the governing body of the Space Legion.
naw lr Bonnie carwin, Daralyn Kahn, lziehard Kuhn.
Row II: Eugene weisr, Suzanne aanlr, oail Brayernran, Mareia wieselrnan, Mr. carier.
Raw iiir Larry Koran, Rufh Oldsfein, narisara Alvmcn, sieye Davis, Bill Soghor, Marry
SPACE CADETS, sponsored by Mr, Corfer, is composed of A8 boysond girls who control the holl traffic ond keep the bike rocks in order.
Row la Daralyn Kahn, Morly Bisrhafv, Suzanne Bank.
Raw II: Gale Garden, Maxine Teemon, Ellen Berick, Bonnie Barns, Beverly Braffrnan, Jane! Meyerx, Alun Newrnan, David Mizrahi, Reber! Esaeave, Melvin Marknian.
Raw lllr sylvia C-abler, .lean Finernan, Caral Dalre, lanna srnaller, Rnberfc Cairn, ldalee Adel, Jeffrey Widen, Bah Schwartz, sandy Cepluir, Jess Murkey.
Row IV: Harlane Blaek, Larraine Karen, Jill Glassrnan, Susan Ness, Puulu Kcrzmcn, Irene Dubai, Phyllis Goldberg, Sherry Johnston, Phillip Marshrey, Andy Marius, Bernard
Rosen, Mr. Carver.
Raw vs Alice Icniro, Judy Liehrnan, Gale Kenney, linda Randall, Caral Horlick, Caral Alsaey, Marilyn Jahnsan, Mike Lerner, Harry Friedrnan, Gary Finkel, Jane Gilbert, Nancy
Raw VI: Dale Ross, Karen l-laherrnan, Eden Zidell, Phyllis Erlirh, Enniee Binder, Arnold Gaskin, Barry Magnusson, Edgar Hall, Sue wang, Dale kadney, Marilyn Klein.
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The SOLARONS, sponsored by Mr. No-
zclrion, supervise the grounds.
Raw is charles Rabin, Dick Teyrizian, Maggie Lighr,
Jackie Nulhan, Daralyn Kahn, Eugene Weiss, Ruth
oldsiein, Gail oarlirlr, Hope lren, Jeff leyin, Bah
new II: Mr. Nararian, Shirley Szhulfx, Charlnile
lzaisinfeld, Zinc Lubinger, Barbara Fagan, Elaine
rreernan, Marria zeerrnan, Arlene Simon, Jaan
Silvers, Mildred Singer, Marlene Kanaw, caral
carpal, Donna Rubin, rranrine iearh, Renee Berger.
Row III: lzanald Cohen, Sally Gill, Roberiu Sigolcf,
Nancy Kalaw, Soeahanie srhnllrnan, Susan Shapira,
Adrienne Ehre, Louise vernan, sasan Forster, shiela
caan, Roberta Pine, Arlene Dnlsafi, Julia Teiielbuum.
Raw lv: l-laward rishlres, Margarer Blair, Marilyn
Sfiilmun, Panl Crum, nirlr srair, Marvin Brooks,
Sheldon Kahn, Darlene Segal, Susan Shapiro, linda
Aivshul, Blassarn wisen, linda nernran, iahy Kaa-
lan, Barbara Harley, Maxine Avery, Carlo wilens.
naw vi Roberi calnian, Frederick riresrane, Barry
Blain, Joseph Stern, Arnold Perkins, Mike Nober,
Cynthia De Mille, Linda iiagdal, Edwin vannaelsan,
Phillip shearer, Phillia Arshinoff.
Raw VI: Rodger Blaelr, Allen Taran, Ninia Fnnrlr-
Jorgensen, Arrhnr Berlowifz, Allan Metzger, Jael -
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WE BUILD A BETTER BURROUGHS
SCHOLARSHIP: We're in school to learn, and it's up to us to take advantage of the opportunity for an education.
By cooperating with others, we can create a better classroom situation. Grades aren't everything, although they do
show what we know about the subject. A student may feel that a "C" is an average grade and that he shouldn't try
for higher goals. By trying to gain more knowledge rather than to receive better grades we can achieve these higher
goals. Listening in class and participating in discussions are keys to learning. By attempting to gain knowledge we can
build a better Burroughs.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT: Students are the most important factor in student government. Although we elect home-
room presidents to represent us and school officers to lead us, they cannot work unless we, the student body, assist.
Our ideas are the basis of school government. Without our ideas and suggestions this school government could not
exist. lt is our duty to elect officers capable of leading us and of promoting a friendly feeling throughout the school.
Although these people represent us in the leadership classes, we, too, can participate in the government of our school.
Senior Council Lab was organized to give us, the students, a chance to voice our opinions on the problems of our school.
Thus, student government also helps to build a better, more democratic Burroughs.
SAFETY: The Space Legion was organized for a purpose: to keep John Burroughs safe and free from accidents. This
group has made school safety rules and it is up to us to fallow them. They are for our own good and we should try to
abide by them, There are four organizations, Space Patrol, Solar Patrol, Space Cadets, and Solarons, to enforce these
rules. Besides enforcing the rules, these organizations attempt to promote a healthful attitude toward safety through-
out the school. We, by realizing the importance of safety in our lives, can help to build a better, safer Burroughs.
ORGANIZATION: There are many types of school organizations and we should choose ones suited to our interests.
They are available for our benefit and it is up to us to make them successful. Participation is essential in all organi-
gations. We should try to attend meetings as often as possible and to make ourselves part of the group by adding our
ideas and suggestions. The object of the organizations is to provide an interesting and profitable use of our leisure
time. To create an atmosphere of good human relations, it is necessary for every member of each group to cooperate.
ln this way organizations help to build a better Burroughs.
FRIENDLINESS AND COURTESY: These qualities are and should be qualities of John Burroughs. We should realize
that friendliness is very important in our lives. Our friendliness can open the door to a new friendship. The Hospitality
Club was organized to promote more friendliness throughout the school and to welcome new students. Although cliques
are ever present, we have realized that they create a serious problem and have tried to correct it, Courtesy also is very
important to us. ln the surrounding community, the courtesy of J.B. students reflects on our school. A few students can
make an unfavorable reputation for the entire school. On busses and in public places we can do our best to make o
favorable impression. Friendliness and courtesy are the two very important factors in our school spiri.t. By creating a
friendly and courteous attitude toward others, we can build o better Burroughs.
SPORTSMANSHIP AND HONESTY: On the athletic field and in the classroom, sportsmanship is important. We should
realize that we are responsible for our grades, We should learn to accept them and not blame the teacher. On the
athletic field, we should learn to respect the referee's decision. Honesty also is very important in our lives. A student
who is honest is respected by his fellow students. When we receive a high mark dishonestly, we are not only cheating
others by raising the class average, but we are cheating ourselves. Honesty and sportsmanship throughout the school
can provide an opportunity to learn, for everyone. Thus, sportsmanship and honesty can build a better Burroughs.
SERVICE: It is very imaptrant for us to serve our school, For the more we put in, the more we get out of it. There are
many service groups that we can join. These groups assist in helping the school day run smoothly. They are actually
the unsung heroes of our school. We can help in our own way, by attempting to obey rules and to make life more
pleasant for those around us. We also can serve our school by cooperating with others to provide better learning con-
ditions in our classrooms. By serving our school, also, we can build a better Burroughs.
The BURR STAFF consists of students from the journalism and art
service classes. Their planning and preparation result' in the fine
BURRS distributed each semester.
Row I: Myrna Dorshkirid, Linda Yeomans.
Row II: Miss Eisner, Ken Feldman, Miss Lindsay, Jerry Mast,
The ART SERVICE CLASS, sponsored by Miss Eisner, provides many comical drawing that
make the BURR so interesting and attractive, Members also plan and decorate the main
Row I: Betty Wirick, John Crawford, Eileen Smith.
new II: Maxine reernen, linda Dill, Michelle seelrin, Sue wane, leyee Jereelew, Carole Janeen.
Row III: Eden Zidell, Sue Kushner, Hope lzen, Linda Yeomans, Bonnie Parvin, Paula Kollman, Miss Eisner.
Row IV: lirdy lienlenfeld, lererne c-eedley, lay Crane, Ken reldrnen, Myrna ndreiikind, Ellen Siegel, Linde aeedel,
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Miss Lindsay, edits the FAR and NEAR
and BURR, which keep J.B.ites infarmed
of school activities.
new le Mis, lindsey, Linde Dill, Sulanne sdnlr,
Gail srnverrndn, Linda veerndne, sdrberd Segal,
sdrbdrd snyder, Richard cfdrdner, siepnen Cohen.
Row II: lzielidrd Maullin, Ronald Kirdere, Bill Knell,
Merlnne Zeitman, Judy Friend, isdrry Meer, Steve
aeirer, Dolores Ramirez.
low Ill: Mike cdnnnn, Bill lerried, linda segddl,
Ninia renemergeneen, Myrna oerelilrind, Ruth old.
soein, Kathy Titelman, Gerald Meer, Ted sneer,
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PROJECTION and STAGE CREWS, super-
vised by Mrs. Freeman, and Mr. Gibbs,
serve the faculty and students at as-
semblies and in classrooms.
low ir Jack cneiilrien, Don Peerren, Alnn Newman,
iirnniy Sherman, Greg surfer, Larry Ritterband, Mike
Nowak, Bill Noack, Glenn Krall.
new ii. Mr. Gibbs, Don Peake, sneieen Milan,
Sheldon Kevin, Bob weieeerg, Peel Menaeieenn,
Arthur lzeem, Eugene Weiss, Mrs. Freeman.
new III: Victor Mean, Roger oeenbere, Aien Miller,
Fred serrin, Jerry Dcras, Warren Yurman, rein luke,
senge Ken, Ken Perry.
The DRAMA CLASS, under the careful guidance of Mrs. Gardemol, is made up of twenty-six
approved students, Each semester they present skits and plays during assemblies for the
new I: Relserie Meshekow, Barry Meer, Roberta Sigolulf, Barbara Snyder, David seneriy, Richard Schiller, cnerlee
Row ll: Julia Teitelbaum, Reba Fagel, Steve Moss, Robert Mallnow, Teddy Wolfberg, Susan Garth, Kathy Titelman,
Sandy Attie, Joan Hesseloi.
Row Ill: Nancy Klein, Gerald Mast, Mrs, Gardemal, Micklay Marsh, linda Gilbert, Esther lazar, Cynthia DeMille,
Terry Evens, Dolores Ramirez.
The purpose of the TYPING SERVICE CLASS,
sponsored by Miss Boadt, is to type required ma-
terial for teachers and also the report cards twice
each semester. It also gives students an opportunity
to improve their skills.
new I: linda Walman, Madeleine Reyleerlr, Kenny zinren, loan
neeenbinni, Lauixa Vernon.
new II: Cary ceeeer, nivere ceie, rei veune, Judy Nneier,
Marcia zeeen-en, Maureen llilsy,
new iii: Earl Warren, Brenda Ai-ielrnen, Barbara Rosenberg,
Arlene Simon, Mir, seem, Donald Hiirner.
Sponsored by Miss Warner, the FLOWER ARRANGEMENT
COMMITTEE decorates the stage for installations and
graduation. The committee also decorotes the halls and
offices on any special occasion. These girls are appointed
to the committee because of their artistic ability.
law lr Suzanne sank, Wave Boker, Beverly King, Judy Eisenstein, aarbara
snyder, Miss Warner.
naw II: linda Altschul, Joyce Mintz, lrrna Cohen, Barbara Allrnan, linda
naadal, Elise Blair.
The GIRLS' LEAGUE SOCIAL COMMIT-
TEE members serve at P.T.A. meetings
or special Iuncheons held at J.B. The
sponsor is Mrs, Walker.
new li Judi lzadas, rraneine ousinaw, Paula Parli-
man, lnaer Marnesiani, Avon Banks, slieila lewis,
naw II: Barbara Leyenilial, susan ienkinsan, Susan
lsaaes, Barbara lzesnur, Susan weiss, aaraara Ga.
lanler, Helene srarnel.
Row III: Marina Gordon, Connie Smith, Connie Kerr,
Robin Kirriarauali, sarlaara l-lause, leanare lynn,
Rue Sinser, Mrs. Walker,
Mrs. Fletcher is the sponsor of the HOS-
PITALITY CLUB, whose purpose is to get
the B7's and new students settled and
new ls Linda Aroesty, Mary larnaardi.
Row II: rerrie rrasl, iianala Bass, Abbie ZiRren,
aarlsara Weiss. Bob silvan, reler sera, Alan :ska-
yilz, nayid winsar,
naw III: Howard Galdring. Julie nullrin, linda
Floorn, lienila l:-uainusy, Marilyn Zunville, Mrs.
rlevelier, Gene Gensan, Maru Kaurrnan, Richard
The LOST AND FOUND, located next to the student store
in the main building, keeps all articles lost by John Bur-
roughs students safe until they are identified and claimed
by their owners. Their very capable supervisor is Mrs.
Raw is Julia Kurlan, Marilyn Abrams.
new II: Melinda Manoil, Rabin Kimbrough, Mrs. Rabinsan, Lorna Rinrige.
The CAFETERIA HELPERS are the stu-
dents in the cafeteria clnd quick lunch
lines who serve behind the food counters.
They are sponsored by Mrs. Malloy and
now lo Mil, Molloy, Ronald sons, woyo llokoi,
Judy soon, Harrie! loon, Melvin Monlinion, noyia
Minoni, larnoo llfonion, Georgia Hows, snoion Doyin.
low II: Florence Goldsloin, Lydia Morisxon, Helen
Cowden, Elaine Traina, clog Surfas, Myron sloino,
Tony lzionnion, Jess Moflloy.
now III: Moilono rolooion, Hoilono Black, Sharon
xooollo, Larry xou, Gerald Klosky, zoy Eaoloinin,
noooloi Burns, Carlsen Ross, Elise Blair,
CASHIER MATH students, Taught by
Miss Bordorl, check and make change in
different lines where food is sold.
Row I: Mariha Morrison, Arnold Becker, Sandy
cnony, Beffy Rosllofl, Sharon Glossy, Dove Diookin,
Hoery lynn, Marcia Schwartz.
low ll: Helene Slamef, lim Sherman, Arthur Girfle-
nion, Bernard Rosen, Bob roylor, Johanna Lindonisl,
Saralee lvbofsky, Roz Cabin, Miss Bordon,
low III: Sian znoyin, Sian Lazarus, Miko lninof,
Kristine Kleinbaver, Jill Glassman, Janie David,
looloo Adel, Phyllis Golaooio, Ralph Swearingen,
:low IV: chock Vernoff, David Green, Ronny De
long, Doyid Bonlon, lynn splingwoior, Molly
Scolex, Jiin solonion, Runnie Handelman.
The STUDENT LIBRARY STAFF, which is SpOn5ored by
Miss Fertermon, is made up of a group of boys and girls
who each period help to keep J.B.'s library in order, and
also help check books in and out.
now li Jimmy Grodin, Pairicia snolioon, Gail coiliok, Marilyn Johnson,
sonay Seltzer, Gary Monoolil, Robert woinoi.
Row ll: Gerri sono, Moioio oooni, loon Flneman, Sherry Jolinnion, Joy
Ann Fon, Judy Tanowirz, noni Slaren, Sarulee Lubofsky, lonio David,
Row Ill: Emily Duncan, Martha sfoik, cnoiloo, Kaufman, Anim mini, Roo
Singer, Nancy aolill, Joan xonnoily, Pnyllin Hammer.
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The SENIOR AUD SQUAD, sponsored by Mr.
Carter, helps to promote courtesy in the audi-
torium during all senior assemblies.
Row ls Bonnie Cerwin. Doralyn lcann, Steve Davis.
naw ll: Judy lzasenlaera, Diyira Cole, Maxine Austin, Pnylrs
oarnlaara, Suzanne sanlr, Marty Fuqua, Mereia Wiesalman,
naw III: zina labinger, Barry Moss, Bill Soghor, linda Hurley,
Myra Goldberg, Bob Weiner, saraara Allman, Gail srayernian,
naw IV: Jerry rriearnan, Ricky Kalin, Marly Bischoff, Larry
Koran, Charlie Kaufman, Mike Pielil, Terry Evans, Mr. carler.
JUNIOR AUD SQUAD, co-sponsored by Mr. Gu-
stafson and Mr, Schneider, is composed of B8's
who maintain order in junior assemblies.
naw lr Maruia Wieselmun, naralyn lcalin, leisnara Kahn,
Row II: Dorothy Elliuf, Grunt caaaar, Alan aarry, Gregory
Surfcs, Hsary Lynn, Slephcnie lee.
Row III. John Smith, Dennis sarran, carlen lzass, Greeeneu
Fisher, cseralaine law, Julie Kurlan, Mr, carier.
Row IV: Bill Plaeaer, Roger oaenaara, Judy Fine, Robin Kain-
lirauali, Molly ssales, Marlene ralaaian.
The GIRLS' LEAGUE USHERS, who are sponsored by Mrs. Ross, usher in the audi-
torium at all the Girls' League assemblies.
naw lr Michelle sauni, Bonnie Burns, Evelyn Fink, sue wana, Sylvia sealer, Eve snernian,
Row ll: Susan Lusner, Beniia Dualnsliy, June Reynalas, Marria Opper, Rosemarie Devurrlua, Sandia
ceplair, linaa Marion,
new III: linaa lzieliarasan, Cynihiu Kan, Sheila Shalsky, Judy arawn, Arlene susan, Pauline Laarnis,
susan Ness, Mrs. lzass.
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A9 OFFICERS, under the guidance of Miss Baller, and Miss Gibson, consist of the A9 class president, vice-
president, secretary, historian, and all A9 homeroom presidents. Together they plan the activities of the A9's.
new lr Margaret stair, sm soghsr, Charles Diamond, Arlen. lewis.
new ll: loan Hesseloff, Barry siiverrrimr, sirens seirwcrir, Mm Baller, M.-my simian, larry Karan, Jul mm, Nancy Sager, Miss Gibson.
A9 CLASS HISTORY
"Please dan't step on me" were our first words as we entered J.B. We looked around and saw the big halls and wondered if we would
ever get to know our way around. Someone probably heard one of us saying, "Could you please direct me to the elevator? My feet hurt fronr
walking up and down the nine flights of stairs," We finally got used to J.B. and had our first grade assembly, We elected Susan Glazer and
Richard Kahn to be our "grade reps." Without the help of our wonderful counselor, Mrs. Caligiuri, we could not have managed our first
semester so well.
At last we made it, We weren't scrubs anymore. We elected Sheila Schwartz and Bruce Corwin to represent us on Board of Control.
This term an ambitious group of boys and girls ran for Chairman of Junior Assembly. We experienced our first P.T.A. Membership Drive,
and due to our determination, we won. Thus our first year at J.B. came to an end.
lt was wonderful just ta be in the eighth grade. The new constitution came into effect this term, and our homeroom presidents repre-
sented us in the leadership class. We elected Gail Braverman, Madeleine Roybark, Barbara Segal, Richard Cole, Jerry Friedman, Larry Koran,
and Bill Soghor to be our homeroom presidents. Dick Coveny was elected Chaiman af Junior Assembly. We were sad when we learned that
Mr. Kaplan, the boys' vice-principal, was leaving to became principal at Audubon Junior High.
Hallelujah! We were seniors! Were we proud to be in the upper division of our school. We knew, though, that we had certain responsi-
bilities as seniors and we were ready to accept them, We were very happy when we won the P.T.A. Drive for the second time. We elected
Sandy Attie, Bonnie Corwin, Reba Fogel, Susan Nagin, Marlene Zeitman, Bruce Corwin, and Howard Galdring to represent us in senior
leadership. This term we welcomed our new boys' vice-principal, Mr. Hamerman.
We were in the ninth grade, now privileged to enjoy Burrs and Belles. Our homeroom presidents, Barbara Altman, Susan Garth, Arlene
Simon, Betty Wirick, Tiffin Clegg, Charles Diamond, and Bill Soghor, helped to plan this activity. As the saying goes, "All good things come
to an end." We were disappointed to learn that our beloved counselor, Mrs. Caligiuri, was to leave us. She was to become girls' vice-
principal at Northridge Junior High.
At last, our long awaited A9 term! lt seemed iust yesterday that we were scrubs trying to find our way around school. Bruce Corwin
was elected student body president, We elected our class officers to plan, with the help of the A9 Council, our many activities. This term
we won the P.T.A. Drive for the third time,
We shall always remember our three years at J.B. From B7's to mighty A9's we have profited by each of our many experiences. We
were fortunate to have had Mrs. Caligiuri as our counselor, for she faithfully guided us through our first two and a half years, We were
also thankful to have Miss Baller and Miss Gibson to guide us through our A9 term. As we march down the aisles to "Pomp and Circum-
stance" we shall remember the wonderful time we spent at John Burroughs. All of us wish to thank our counselors, the administrators, and
the faculty for preparing us far graduation and adulthood. And so, we, the class of W'55, say "Farewell J.B."
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We began our A9 term by electing Bill Soghor to be our president. We were sure to have a terrific
semester with Bill to lead us. The other officers we elected were vice-president, Charles Diamondg
secretary, Margaret Blair, and historian, Arlene Lewis. The A9 Council consisted of the officers and
our homeroom presidents, Marty Bischoff, Joan Hesseloff, Larry Koran, Joel Piehl, Nancy Sager, Shelio
Schwartz, and Barry Silverman. This group planned all of our many activities.
We had many A9 homerooms in the auditorium this term. ln these meetings we discussed and
voted on coming activities, received general suggestions from our counselors, and took care of all
"Watch the birdie" was a refrain often heard on our two camera days. The first of these camera
days was for pictures to be included in the BURR. The second was for remembrances of J.B. and our
Pink and grey were voted to be our A9 colors. These colors were worn by the A9's on Color Day.
This term we had two successful breakfasts. The cafeteria was decorated in pink and grey crepe
paper. During both breakfasts we were entertained by talented members of our class. Community sing-
ing was led by a group of boys. Arlene Lewis served as the accompanist.
The drama class, under the supervision and direction of Mrs. Gardemal, presented a play entitled
GAME OF CHESS, which starred an all-boy cast.
The journalism class worked hard on the FAR AND NEAR this term, and as a result, produced
six very fine editions. Members of this class, Linda Yeomans and Gerald Mast, were chosen to be
literary and organization editors of the BURR. Myrna Dorshkind and Ken Feldman served as art editors.
The receiving of our pins and ribbons was the first of our A9 privileges. We received them after
the ten-week grades ond wore them for the remainder of the semester. We came dressed in our A9
colors, pink and grey, on Color Day. This activity was planned to celebrate the receiving of our pins
The A9 girls enjoyed their play day. The theme was holidays. Such holidays as Christmas, Valen-
tine's Day, the Fourth of July, and New Year's Day were represented by each of the ten teams.
Members of the faculty served as judges and ten B9 girls were chosen to referee.
Counselors from Los Angeles and Fairfax High Schools came and advised us as to our programs
in the BIO. To find out some of our vocational interests, we took interest inventories.
We had two after-school dances. Both of these were very successful. They were held in the boys'
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the Girls' League. ii'-f.
The incoming Boys' Council officers were installed by this term's officers in a successful evening
installation. Athletic awards were given to those who had earned them. i
Our A9 dance was a tremendous success. The boys' gymnasium was beautifuly decorated for the I .I '
occasion by members of the art service class. A9 students furnished the records. Q px
After much preparation, we presented the graduation program to our parents. "ln the Light of T- -I
Progress" was the theme. The script was compiled from contributions of members of the A9 class. Try-
outs were held and students were selected to have solo parts in the presentation. We received our -
diplomas from Mr. Lloyd, our principal, with tears in our eyes, for although we were leaving, we would tum-..s
always have memories of John Burroughs.
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The SENIOR ORCHESTRA serves the school by playing for assemblies, P.T.A, meetings, ond groduofion. Its cclpoble director is Mr. Reynolds
Circle lr lrene aleilela, Gary Margelie, Evelyn rink, Morris Drubinxky.
Circle II: lzeeerl Fen, Kenny Rosenberg, Peneleae chan, Dianne Plummer, Sara-Jaan oeyleeen, Terry Rolbin, saranne l-ieelrln, Kenny walaeelr, Sbucrl seal, Menry nevlaeen,
Circle III: Helen cerrelliere, llalaeri Alerernewilr, Steve l-laneel, nalali Berman, Merrie srliwnrlr, Kenny zinren, Jael Piehl, Sieve Gvirfsman, oilberl siene, llena nerner, Jerry well,
Marlin araelre, Debbie linden, cnerlene lzablnlela, Joel carrie.
Circle IV: Susan Laener, Mary Ellen Svickles, cleire GaN, Jean Prager, Joyce McBridu, David silyerrnan, Michael Meere, lzaaerr Heller, Fred Scndvun, Kennelh rerry, Mike Piahl
Paul l-lenlrin, Arr laeriewiir, Lynn Merrill, Meriarn Lerneerl, Mery Larnberal.
cirrle vi caral Freed, Mr. Reynalee, sneile Merle, Rennie Relchin, Steve Lereree, Jerry Dayieeen, Martin Siein, Steve Colbert, mane lllern.
The J.B. BAND, under the leadership of Mr, Reynolds, serves the school by odding color ond music ot oppropriofe activities,
low lr David lzeeenleera, lernee weinsline, Paula Falirrnen, Menee Pinlrweler, Alan selierr, Noel sweralaw.
Row II: sveelien sernerein, Merlr lzeeliael, Robert Larnee, Dave Wineif, Murray Aarenie, lluna Berner, Maryyn lceye, Alan canrer, larry Cossid, Marge Arenafl, Ronnie ireland,
Steve Kcpple, Arthur Alexander, Juy Grossman.
new III: lael Wilson, Rey leeeeninel, leanare Bauer, Fred Geena, Phillip Areninen, leirey Widen, Sieve Wolfson, Harold lciarnan, Spencer cnillr, Aaron lieelry, rlmn Clegg,
Hurry Friedman, Lee Plnlree, Tnerneean Aeerne, sieve Mcfzkin, Gary Aealegere, Aliwixes Richman, veal Ferlear, lcenneili Norden, cery Dalinlre, cary Miller, sreye Whiffmnn,
Raw IV: Richard wilienleere, Ted aerer, Mr. Keren, Mr. lzeynelee, Chuck Miller, Irving sliarnan, laelrie Hanson, Berl Aaraine, Paul Raye.
The GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, directed by Miss Erhart, presents musical programs for assemblies and special events.
law lr lzaeerrrary Yvro, Flarlr.e Rudin, Beverly Brcffmun, Janet Meyerx, Narrey saaer, Lynn Reaaalr, Judy Haa., Bonnie la..rr.e, Gale Gordon.
new II: Sharon Trarrvyer, Marlene Kaaaw, Mary Ellyn oalrley, sveelrarrle Keller, Carol nalre, Sydelle Beer, Heaolrer Greerralan, Dale lzaaaey.
new III: lzerra Burg, lynn Ellen Kaaar., Sheila caaa, Barbara Harley, caral caraal, Elaine Freeraar., loan silyere, Joyce lze.er.ll.al.
Row IV: l:ar.r.a Raina, lea.. Tcub, Susan Forster, Jarrlee c.....aey, Elaine salrer, Judy Lselarrrar., Dale Rees, Naomi nlarraaly, Susan Nea,
new v. Florence sahyrarrr, Gale Ker.r.ey, lo Ar... Dara, Pl.ylll. craeerrrar., sara.. Friedman, Pat Merrie, saaara Friearrrarr, uaala Derr..ar..
new VI: Ruth laer.r.e.., laaraara Macray, oarler.e seaal, Susan Fell., Niala r..r.elr.Jaraer.ee.., Linda naal.ara.ar., call earaee., lindu leaeelaer.
new vll. Jeanette Barry, oar.r.a Hel., Arnette Jeeealre, Lindo Al.eel...l, Louise Vernon, Phyllis Erllel., Wendy Skinner, Kay Gross.
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naw le layyreaee Allleaarr., Jerry laawla, laear. sl....aerrr.ar., Victor llarrere, Vincent calrerre, M.el.ael Naylr., Arrrala Becker, Ale.. Haaaer., Steve lcalmar.
new ll: Mlal.ael oyler, Ale.. Raala., Bill Leyyr., lsraaley Lagerdahl, Bill le..errr.ar., Melvin Slomo, oayla Arlen., lnrry Grusherg,
Row lll. Philip Berkitz, Jay lewlr., Dayla sarrlen, Tar.. ri.l.er, Kenny newer., Jack Perelry, Allan Pcgrund, Richard oral.a....
new IV: Miss l-lar.l., Rickey Recht, Gordon wa.r...ar., Heyrara Praaer, John Depert, Philip Mcrshrey,
low v. Ray llr.aa..l.r, lzlal.ara Raaere, Ala.. Marlafl, ra... wvrlre, Charles xa..lr..ar., sa.. zelr.lal.er, Gary lzaaerle.
Raw VI: Gary sreyerrear., Dick Phebus, Perry Llelrer, Louis Daaan, Alvin Lewis.
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low I: Sieve Davis, Bob Borenfeld, Tony Glaxxmun, Mr.
Jervis, Sieve Moss,
low Il: Slevo Beiser, Howard Goldring, Tiffin Clegg, Allan
Hochman, Bruce Corwin, Gerald Mast
Row Ill: Ralph Goldman, Richard Kuhn, Joel Burrokoff,
Terry Evenx, Sieve Kocnin.
The REFEREES CLUB, sponsored by Mr. Jorris,
officotes or The after school games of the Boys'
Row lr Charles Rabin, Jerry Cantor, Laarrara saaarrrnr, larry
wirrrbarg, Ronald Slaven, Jabra crawfara.
Row ll: sean Man, suave sairar, Kenny Ziiren, Manny
silrarrrrarr, Ken Hamm, nabarr casa.
naw nn Mr, Jorrix, rad aarar, Howard oalarsrrg, 'ram
Eraari, Jae Zeno, c-.raw Klasky,
new li Mark Sharon, llewere York, Douglas Hel-
lander, Max Hernnielelein, neeerl rreeller, Melvin
nelniek, Barry silken, Jay Shaffer, Brcdly blender,
neleli Berman, nienern Meeieeen.
Raw II: Eugene Finke, :ev lewin, louis nenen,
nienere Schiller, Douglas Burns, Ken weineerg,
Geurge Krauss, Perry lieker, Chuck ceeler.
new III: Melvin sexe, luck cnelikien, Dick seen,
Sieve Mere, Jerrv Man, Kenny newen, Larry Wins-
eere, Bruce Burton, Alen Taxon, Manny silverrnen,
Tenn Landis, Mike Oyler, Jefferey louis.
new li Arihur serlewile, Chuck Siligman, Mike
Shapiro, nieliere Wittenberg, sleve lceenin, Jim
l-leveeev, Peel l-lenkin, Arnie Perkins, Richard aer-
elev, Erwin celln.
new lli Richard ceeeer, nienerfi cenn, Bern-en
Kymun, Marty Hevnien, Bruce Bremen, Steve Dr...
elrell, Bernie Burton, Phillip Marshrey, Edgar Hill,
Bobby Schwarz, Mr, ierrie.
Row III: lerrv nivele, len Ternkin, Floyd wilkin,
iern Oakley, larry Klein, Martin veneerneel, Dick
Whitmore, Anev Meriee, Arthur Aveeien, lernei
new IV: Merk sneekner, slenlev Merlin, weyne
Row li Mr. lnernee, Dave Surnul, Bernard Perloff,
John leeeee, Bill snrilene, Erie Avuzian, Bob sevin,
Howard oelelrine, iev sneeire, vie cenen, Steve
sill, Dick Bernslein.
Row ll: Irving snernen, nen Alekeneer, neve Mer-
we, sernere neeen, Sieve Handel, Ken Slcne, Lon
Jeeebeen, Mike Norman, Andy Fell, Gerry Tarlow.
new lll: Aeren linikv, Earl werren, nelel- Gold-
man, Eugene llereen, Jack Mefelekv, Bill Noyes,
lin. lerk, Jerry crenin, Sieve cerliin.
Row IV: Don Newnrerk, sieve celleeri, Bob Tevler,
Nlerlv neeinelein, Jess Markey, see Meleenlen, Stun
zeevin, Dick Silverslone.
Row In Jonny nom, Jerry sxonn, Miko sokon, Jziohond
Gardner, Bob Burenleld, Warren vonnnon, Alan
Hoohnnon, Sid Oring, Eddie moonnon.
now Il: oony Robins, Money aondon, Arnold sunk,
Alon Goldsiein, Mol Monhnnon, loonond soooonnn,
Jonny labinger, Jooooh Rubin, Mr. Bowen.
now Jun Gordon woxnnon, Bob Ross, Jonny Ludwig,
Gary Miller, Pon: Roy, Joou Ahnonno, Roy Rooonvhol,
Gary Hondaoon, Richard Kuhn, Marty Price.
now In Nick Niven, Donna, Morris, Howond Leveson,
Richard Packer, moan Phebus, sin Knoll, Jonny
xonon, sonny Silverman, nick Yevrhian, Wixon
Sbevens, John Lonnhondi, Bob Nufhesan.
now II: Lonny Kon, Miko solonnon, Bob sonoon,
Jinnnny Honnnon, Alun Hurry, Tom Fisher, Lee Pinkus,
Gary mohnnon, Dovid Fnood, Cecil Fine, Ken
Row III: Timn cxooo, Steward oiyov, Greg Smi!h,
John Millol, Monk Kaufman, Joe Mmon, Don Sriro,
Lonny Grossberg, Aaron show.
now Jvn Mn. conoon, Steve ooyso, Tony Glooonnon,
Steve soinon, Don Hilmar, moan colo, Jonny Flishn
man, Irving c-nonnoso, Gary svoyonson, Skip Rubin.
Row In nohonn moh, Lewis Whitney, Robert Dresser,
David Ellis, Sfuurl LiDDmun, Jerold Canter, Martin
Godin, Arvhur Moxondon, Kenny Ziffren, Jon Blaom,
Row ll: Gary Avpleguro, David Winen, Sreve Ginn,
bono, Jay cnono, Pool winonhono, Anon Price,
Jonnos colwoll, Donna, Golub, John Crcmbofvi, luck
now III: John snniah, Ton- Endooi, John cnowlond,
Pete Berg, Jool Cenimnn, John Sfransky, Frank
Mocon, Werner Poison, Howond Gordon, Ned soho:-
now IV: Arthur Stowe, Gerald Weiner, Joo zono,
lay Ahnonnoon, Richard Foldnnon, Kenny Molonod,
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The best players from the A9 girls' gym classes are elected to be
A9 ALL STARS. The sponsor is Mrs. Rebd, and the girls play
every Friday against other All Star teams.
Raw I: Barbara Segal, Sheila Schworiz, Mrx. Rehd, Barbara Schmidt, Lindo Yeomanx.
low II: Arlene Simon, Nancy Klein, Ninia Funck-Jorgensen, Julia Taiielbaum, Gail
Bravermun, Roberta Pina.
GIRLS' JUNIOR NOON LEAGUE
law lr Cara: sam, nam Bisenz, Bernice alan, Susan Millar,
naraara saaal, Slephanie Laa, Madeline snaoaky, may Cara,
Leone crarin, linda naaaapari.
low II: Estelle Gordon, Barbara waiar, Nanana Kafka, Mary
Aalnaaaar, Sheila aarnriazn, enan wau, Helene Sxamef, Rabin
wamaan, naanna nan, Ronnalie Rosenberg.
low III: Sue Ann Page, Judy Falarnan, may Fine, Barbara
naanar, unaa xiianan, Susan Tifelman, Maria.-ia canan, Janaaa
Raarnan. unaa saahar.
GIRLS' SENIOR NOON LEAGUE
law I: Nancy Klain, Iris soainhara, svaanania salnrllrnan, Susan
Nagin, Barbara Segal, Julia Ianalbaani, Nania ranamaraanaan,
unaa vaarnanr, Sheila Schwarfx.
naw II: Haan-ar craanblan, Darlene saaal, Arlene Feldman,
Susan Luxher, Sievhcnie Kanar, crarnraina sahrnaiaar, naaanna
siaran, Sheila Shayne.
naw Ill: cynn-za Kan, Judy Gilberf, aannia Burns, Ellen
aariak, Marilyn Mazur, Sandy Cherry, may Wallace, sharan
sarrn, Janice Johnson,
G.A.C. JUNIOR CAPTAINS AND CABINET
Row lr Carole Svencer, Elise alalr, Barbara lzerner, Linda olren,
Marsha Beniamin, slrella Goldberg.
Row II: Jean Fogelmun, Mary louise Aaflraarer, Robin Kinr-
brough, Linda Kischen, Helene Szamel.
G.A.C. SENIOR CAPTAINS AND CABINET
naw lr llnaa Erar, Jean Schm, Susan Lusher, Ninia Flrnelr.
laraeneen, Julia Teilelbaarn, RuIh olaerein.
llaw II: Marilyn Schorr, Beverly Braflrnan, Sharon Barllr, caralyn
leiberrnan, llnaa veanrane, Barbara seaal, Mare Young.
naw III: Lair lzaranbera, Gale Kenney, linaa Vine, sandra
Cherry, Naney Kolow, Janice crrrnbey.
-1-2 SECRETARIES, AND
Row lr Janice lannean, Cara-
lyn Silverman, Patricia
Young, Julia Teiielbcum,
Barbara Alrnran, Reba Fcgel,
Diana Tllarn, Sharon Barln.
naw II: Darlene seaal, Muri-
lyn selrarr, Sharon Einsioss,
Susan Lasher, Stephanie Kel-
lar, Linala Ezar, Jean samff,
Judy Tanowilz, Sue saerr,
Adrienne Elrra, Rabin Wull-
Row III: mane Plumber, sae
Ann Cohen, Linda Marian,
Bannle Burns, Michelle Me-
carllry, Marana Benianran,
Bobbie Cairo, Llnaa Randall,
Wilma Weisdorf, Reneffe
Goldberg, oeralalne Lew,
Row IV: Julie Schucht, Jon-
ice Rodman, Arlene lzabblne,
carla leyene, srealranie lee,
laay sanrael, Elise Blair,
Judy Gresne, linda Muslr
Barbara Lecvitf, Abbie zm-
ren, sanara Reif, Susan
naw va Roberfu Erlich, sara
lane naylaean, Brana Her.
barl. llnaa Gordon, lzaberla
Hirsch, Barbara lzalrrlarb,
Judy sean, Stephanie case,
sanara Harris, sl-ella Born-
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The GYM CLUB, which is spona
sored by Mr. Berlin, performs for
the P.T.A. ond some of the John
Raw lr Gene saivaelr, Larry Grerleera, Gerdld
Raphael, len Levin, Ralph Berman, Reber!
celrnan, Don Drake, Bruce Gillies, lcrin
Row Il: Gary carrnana, Bob Malinaw, Dun
vearean, Richard Mcrill, Sieve cdllieri, Jerry
Fleieeninan, oandld Newniarlr, Stanley sere-
rirdrn, Ken reldrndn, Dub Fidler.
Tennis onyone? Mrs. Rebd sponsors
the TENNIS CLUB, which meets
every Monday ond Wednesday.
new li Elise Blair, sarbare Porter, carel
Janson, Marilyn Johnson,
new II: Marana Beriiumin, linda lzielierdeen,
Jane Beal, Gail lslnniaera, Nancy lzdnddll,
Sheila odldbera, layed Morris, Mrs. reeled.
Row III: Michele Nialyin, linda Randall, June
Reynolds, Melinda Mdneil, Svephanie lzalline,
Marcia saliwaril, nereiliy slliaii.
Row IV: carlen Ross, David seliaaer, Mialiael
Nober, Wendy Skinner, Jackie siren.
Mr. Reynolds is the sponsor of the ENSEMBLE CLUB, which
is composed of the top musicians in the school. Its main
ambition is to play for assemblies.
Row li Jerry Davidxon, Ted Boxer, Fred Sundven, Tiflen Clegg. David
Silverman, loel Pielil, Kenny Ziflren.
Row II: Sheila Maao, Mr. Reynolds, Mary Loinbafoi, l-lolen covninieri,
Irene Bleifeld, Suxan liiehev, layee McBride, Debbie Linden, Penny cnan,
suxanno liaekin, cloire Gan, Evelyn Fink, Maury Daviaeon, Kenny woven-
berg, Morrix Drabinsky, sary Margolis, izoben Abrumowilz, Stuart Beal.
Miss Boadt sponsors the TYPING CLUB, which enables o
student to type his homework after school. They have
demonstrations of electric typewriters and rnimeogroph ma-
chines, and also visit a typewriter company.
Row I: Helen Freed, Divera Cole.
low ll: Abbie Ziflren, Susan Drexler, Linda Wulmun, Sandy Seven, Steph-
anie King, Barbara Leyeninol.
Row III: Gloria Novak, may Bi-own, lrix Gaoan-an, Moreio zeaeinan, Toby
Kaplan, 5andY Kushner.
Row IV: Dick Kimbrough, Bill Noyes, Steven Lowe, Ellen Siegel, Karen
lindquist, Stephanie Jeffries, Miss Bondi.
The CIVICS CLUB BOARD tries to help the students with
their problems in the community or in the school. The board,
sponsored by Miss Howell, consists of the four officers:
Linda Ezor, Betty Raskoff, Ralph Berman, and Jean Schiff.
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Sponsoring the INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB is Mr. Carter,
metal shop teacher. The members of the club work on art
and metal projects and learn about the various types of
Row I. Erwin colien, AI cliiolveeier, AI Meuoer, Jerry Klaoky, Dick Magid-
lon, Dick Kimbrough, aiu Noyes, Mr, Carter.
SENIOR COUNCIL LAB is headed by the sfudent body
officers, The purpose is to discuss school government. Miss
Howell, who is in charge of Senior Council, also sponsors
Row lr Bill Saallar, lainie Mclfc, Jaarr Hmalafl, Lirraa Richardsaa.
naw II: larry Karan, Marly nisrlrafr, larrel silvereaa, Marilyn Schorr,
Raw III: slrella Schwuriz, Barbara sclrmidl, ldalae Aaal, Ralph sarararr,
Elalrre saliar, Eileen Smiih.
Row IV: Carol King, Gail oerlmr, llawara Goldring, Nancy saaer, Bob
Row V: Bruce Corwin.
Mr. Nozorion, bass, leclds the school early birds every Friday during MORNING SING. They sing the current hir songs, old favorites, and
COHSQG f'Qhf SONGS, WOO- Helping to get everyone to sing on key are Mr. Nuzorion, Joel Piehl, Mr, Thomas, Myra Goldberg and Arlene Lewis.
Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Shusetf, and Mr, Byers sponsor the SCIENCE CLUB, which studies conservation, wild life, and science in general.
naw lr .laarr Barker, laaraaaa Tyson, lra c-ala, Arrrial Spigelman, Teresa calawarer, rirylllr Mears, Merrra lzabla, Harrael lean, Robert Dlarrmrra.
naw II: Verne larabx, Ruben oarfalrr, lzabarl Hallallaa, Renelie calabera, Nancy lcalaw, laaraara rrlearrrarr, Judy Wallace, Phyllis ssralaa, Bob Weisberg, Marian sirlrlsrelrr.
Row III: caral Diamond, Maxine Avery, vlrlar Moon, Alarr lzarlrsrra, Ronnie lzmlrirr, Mr, rergarari, Fred Esirln, cary Dallalra, Arllrar samr.
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The FACULTY of John Burroughs Junior High School strives to teach pupils the fundamental skills at language and mathematics, to help
them add to their knowledge and appreciation of America, and to promote friendship between the teachers and pupils.
low ls Mr. Harry Berlin, Miss Maria Erhari, Miss lane Eisner, Miss Dorothy Stahl, Mrs. Larena England, Miss Eyelyne Warder, Mrs. Halen Walker, Mrs, Muriel Mscrary, Miss
new II: Mrs. Harirlra Halrarna, Mr. Harald Thomas, Mrs. Lnella lzahd, Miss Doris Young, Mr. Howard M. Shuselt, Mrs. Florence Bleifeld, Miss Murylois warner, Miss cansranse
wienlre, Mr. lzawsan Bowen.
law Ill: Mr. lelloy Byers, Mrs. Dorothy Mallay, Miss Marilyn lsaadr, Miss sarah Bordan, Miss Marilyn Lindsay, Mrs. Frances Barilevt, Miss Lois Fenerrnun, Mrs. Marion Wicksirom,
Mrs, Ruth Priesiley, Mrs. Blanche lzalalnsan, Mrs. Bertha lzass.
Row IV: Miss Maria McCarthy, Mr. Philip Carley, Mr. Harald winaard, Mr. Rishard Nazarian, Miss Theresa Baller, Miss Ada Egbert, Mrs. Catherine Freeman, Miss Annalselle
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Margaret Hezel, Miss clara larirslrrnan, Mr. David career, Mr. sans Humerman, Mrs. lzarnain Gardernal,
irhard Hatch, Miss Anna Lucy, Mrs. Edith Kerr, Mrs. Nina Tracy.
Ensanirel lanihard, Mr. Dale cnsraisan, Mr. Clyde lzeynalds, Mr, Thayer Jarris, Mr. George sshneider,
irlderrnan, Mr. Willard Gibbs, Mr. Milion Langsner, Mr. Faber uapp, Mr. Phillip Fergrrsan, Mr. Arthur Jones.
Miss Margaret Acheson, Mrs. Marguerite Fletcher, Miss Elsa
Mr, Don Courtney Cline, Mrs, Esvelle Smool, Mr. John Vance,
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