Al Hill Jr.
Attended Lawlor School for many years.
He is the brother of Suzanne Hill.
From the 1936 Lawlor Professional School Yearbook:
Al Hill Jr. was Senior Class Secretary/Treasurer. He is Editor in Chief of the student newspaper, The Lawlor Journal.
From an October 15, 1936 Lawlor Journal article, “Civic Class Gives Debates”:
Al Hill was a debater in this class.
From the November 19, 1936 Lawlor Journal:
Al Hill was on the Lawlor football team when they challenged Hollywood Professional School on November 19, 1936, per the Lawlor Journal.
From the December 3, 1936 Lawlor Journal:
•Al Hill, Jr. was elected twelfth grade class president.
•WE NOW PRESENT
For spending exactly 25¢, my friends – one quarter of a dollar – I had the privilege of seeing the “Greatest Little Show in Hollywood.” I am referring to last Sunday night’s Lawlor’s Revue. Such a display of talent couldn’t be found in anything less than one of Busby Berkeley’s superb dance creations.
Zeal and zest was added to the program by the three M.C.’s – Gene Stockwell, Leonard Sues and Al Hill. But the highlights of the evening were Betty and Harry McCabe, Eric Evans and Marvin Ravitz. Eric favored us with “Arise Oh Sun” and “The Way You Look Tonight.” Marvin did “Pale Moon” and “Lolita,” and Betty and Harry – well, you should have been there! With three encores, they practically stole the show. I think Leon Janney deserves honorable mention at this point. To say the least, he had us in hysterics for maybe ten minutes, and I heretofore state he can darken my doorway anytime he wishes. The others were also splendid.
•DIALING AROUND: Ye editor [Al Hill Jr.] will be heard on the Marco Dog Food program Saturday night at 8, over KHJ. Other Lawlorites on this popular childrens’ show are, Jean Porter and Leonard Sues. We enjoy Ray Erlingborn’s style of M.C. work.
From the February 11, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
NEW JOURNALISM CLASS GO-GETTERS.
With a larger Journalism class, and a real cooperative effort, this new edition of the Lawlor Journal comes to you. The news hasn’t been left all on the shoulders of just one person; everybody in the class is working towards bettering this publication.
The class consists of Jack Brown, Ginger Fay, Jeraldine Osmont, Laurette Sarch, Jay Morely, Mary Bell, Lorraine Hubbell and Dorothy Jackson. Miss Evelyn Born is again Faculty Advisor.
Yes, Al Hill is still editor.
From the March 15, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
George Stevens is busy rehearsing with a dancing troupe in Santa Barbara and will give three performances with them in about two weeks. George’s Dance band has been taken over by Al Hill during the Stevens boy’s absence. On the stage, George is known as Gene Ambrose.
From the May 24, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
HERE THEY ARE! A.H. Jr. was on the 2,584th installment of Amos ‘n’ Andy two Thursdays ago. He took part in the commercial, with Bill Hay. He was a newsboy selling watchamay-call-it tooth powder.