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BY CHRISTINE DOWNEY, CAROLYN SAGE, AND CHRIS BRIX
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BY ANNE ARCHER, MELODY PAXTON, MIKE DAY, AND ANNE MOORE
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Top Row: Donald .McCarty, Bonnie Nance, Randy Rice, Melissa Bosler, Kim Austin, Lyn Kendrick, Tor Kenwood, Beth Hill,
Second Row: Christine Morse, Steven Bradley, Nancy Kohler, Steven Arthur, Peg Savage, Ronald Krisel, Carolynda Cardozo,
Jon Jarvis, Shari Bleichman.
Third Row: Doree Citron, Susan Attridge, Julie Warner, Janalee Meyhaus, Kenneth Crow, Melinda McMahan, James McHargue,
Bottom Row: Mrs. Hall, Kenneth Fisher, Carol Mau, James Wait.
Iourney to the Orient
BY SHARI BLEICHMAN p -
This year the McMahans graciously showed their beautiful
color slides on japan. It has been a tradition in our Eighth
Grade that someone who has been on an educational trip such
as this, shows pictures of it.
The slides were narrated by Melinda McMahan. Along with
this, we had the history of japan by Christine Morse, and the
history of Hong Kong by Kim Austin. Julie Warner told about
the many refugees in Japan. Steven Bradley narrated the history
of Japan's most famous mountain, Mt. Fugi.
A scrapbook of the McMahan's trip was brought along. It
contained different maps of the places visited. We are very
grateful to the McMahans for sharing with us their colorful
Summer in Japan.
Leafing through Literature
BY MELISSA BOSLER
We never know whom we shall meet next in Mrs. Dlouhy's
literature class! Booth Tarkington, Washington Irving, Mark
Twain, Charles Dickens, Henry Longfellow, Nathaniel Haw-
thorne, Lewis Carroll, Rudyard Kipling, and William Shake-
speare are but a few of the many authors whose characters have
brightened our day.
During football season Mr. Seeley and his "Freshman Full-
back" son taught us never to admit that we are licked.
The Christmas season meant The Cbrittmn: Carol. We learned
to love Tiny Tim-and even Scrooge.
Easter and we joined Alice in Wonderland! She had many
unusual friends, and we tried to understand them all.
All in all we have had a wonderful literature experience.
Eighth Grade MCHSUICS
BY STEVE ARTHUR
Mrs. Purtle has taught the Eighth Grade very much this year
with an accent of humor to make music a fun and interesting
class. She has taught the Eighth Grade much about instruments,
composers, and their compositions.
On Saturday, December 16th, the Eighth Grade went caroling
and then came back to Berkeley Hall and enjoyed refreshing
apple cider and some popcorn given by Mr. Thomas Arthur.
For graduation the Eighth Grade sang "I Believe" and "Songs
of Gladness," two very beautiful songs.
Africa And Civil War Assemblies
BY CHRISTINE MORSE
Two interesting assemblies were given last fall by the Eighth
Grade. Ronald Fleming of Pomona College and a former
Berkeley Hall student gave us a talk on his trip to Africa. He
lived and worked with the natives and people from all over the
world. He gave us a very enlightening picture of Africa and
The other assembly reported on the Civil War. The three
strategies of the North and the three of the South were given
and explained. Excerpts from the famed Gettysburg Address
were given and the assembly was completed by a moving recital
of Abraham Lincoln's fruitful efforts in preserving the Union
and its place in history.
Do you Want to know what time it is? Ask Mrs. Hall. She
always has the right time!
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