Berkeley Hall School - Yearbook (Beverly Hills, CA)

 - Class of 1962

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Y' BERKELEY HALL SCHOOL lub -vw D CDNNUR TOP ROW Larry Sansone Anne .Moore Craig Mmear Gaul Osherenko Chris Brlx Enn Jurow Kent Ahrldge Carol DeWmdl Carolyn Sage SECOND ROW Barry Greenslafe Jayne Pesante Mike Day Anne Archer Bull Cox Gina Klllough Melody Paxton Don Krueger Chrlshne Downey BOTTOM ROW Mrs Ellen OConnor Jane Grlmbleby Class Will By BARRY GREENSLATE AND DONALD KRIEGER We the Nrnth Grade of 1962 being of fairly sound mind do hereby draw up the following Will of the Class of 1962 This last will and testimony does hereby declare all wrlls of prevrous classes void Article 1 Paragraph 1 The Royal Throne Room formerly labeled dungeon routine chamber and prison but now completely changed by the Shield and star studded Class of 1962 Paragraph 2 A sentence of six hours of hard labor taken daily in the above mentioned chamber under the jurisdiction of algebra English literature history and French QAll these are taken gladly under the excuse that Its for your own good D Note This does not excuse you from five arduous hours of homework The following paragraphs deal primarily with the actually tangible artifacts of Shield Hall Article 2 Paragraph 1 One well trained but often unpredicta ble warden who has taught for 91 years Paragraph 2 One greenboard This article should be con srdered dangerous because its flip side often contains a surprise test Cgrven with the rntention of bringing havoc upon the populace and lowering averages D Paragraph 3 A malfunctioning heater that bakes one half of the class while the remaining half suffers from frostbite Paragraph 4 One fully atomic powered, hand cranked pencil sharpener Paragraph 5 One podium that serves as the seat of pande monrum at our orderly and well conducted business meetings and brief periods of learning Note A the aforesaid article serves also as a roost for Mrs O'Connor Note B One over used but little needed gavel included for free. Paragraph 6. One fireplace with half a dozen broken tiles serving to trip people returning from the pencil sharpener or a gossip session around the heater. Also attached is one crumbling mantle that houses our THINK sign, one un-loving cup, one genuine Egyptian mummy complete with parasol and mustache, our prodigious, wondrous Blue Dachshund, and the wormy White Owl. Paragraph 7. Nineteen poorly constructed examples of early American Indian handicrafts, known as desks, which were sold to the first sucker tourist back in 1492 The obscure traveler named Chris Columbus presented them to a little known Queen of Spain Since then they have come down to us from unknown ancestry Paragraph 8 Too many shelves that too often need cleaning Paragraph 9 One elegant indescribable glorious unbeatable incomparable Shield of 1962' However the sixteen pieces of global flotsam of long dead and forgotten civilizations occasion ally referred to as shields do distract from its radiance Bah, humbug' Paragraph 10 One secret garden where when teachers are not looking apple cores may be stashed Article 3 Paragraph 1 One daily 60 mlnute period of draft ing for the boys for telling jokes exchanging juicy tid bits and smgmg songs This melodrous confusion is accompanied by the sweet warble of Mr Richards Lets keep it quiet in here' Note However through his patient help we have received a htm foundation in the field of mechanical drawing Paragraph 2 A similar period for the girls to learn the fine and ancrent art of sewing Thrs subject is taught by an equally fine instructor Mrs Richards who generally plays with her stolen Yo Yo during this period The sewing machines were sold to Columbus by the same roadside vendor mentioned in Article 2, Paragraph 7 Article 4, Paragraph 1 One restful lunch period beginning at 12 23 when the seconds have ticked out therr lonely circuit and all the class members are feeling the pangs of hunger At this magrcal moment the room is instantly vacated We drag ourselves to the cafeteria, hastily devour our meager daily allot ment and at 12 30 rush to the classroom for a last minute, fanatical cram for the oncoming French test. Article 5., Paragraph 1. From 2:30 to 3:50 is one joyous release when all feelings and thoughts are given free reign. During this time we happily converse with friends, the boys yell at their coach, and the girls prove the superiority of the fair-playing, hard-working, and dear-to-our-hearts Blues and Whites. Paragraph 2. Last but not least we must grant a title to this incompetent and unqualified Class of 1963. Yes, we grant them the title of "Kings of the Campus". ffl., V . , O ' r,,,,,.., t V 'A 3, .L X . - A , ' ' , . ,., a t r 1 s .V at 1 . A . . M xi ' gg: gif yt - is M fn, ' 'V sf, 'j .., ,Q . I . ' " Q "pf "' f .vf - A . 4, t g in p ' ' 'A .,,f1. ' , L, , pf -. ,. Q lf... L f , I A w ff LL ' - 2224. f . ,c 'WJ' - af ' . 5- . t - . 4 ' 1 .1 f h - f I 'iam ' as! ,. 1- c H .JNL ' 11 Y ff V 'f f . U S . ' 4 ' i' . 1' , V V 1 ' n. A ' 'f ' ' ' . ' A 1,1 - ,.. - -I V 1 K' ' L' 1 K ,, ff 'v ' M l x ' K i ' V: V I A 3 W N 9. A rv L 'W f , . N' ' ' 'I Y . 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Where W e Go From Here By ERIN JUROW, JANE GRIMBLEBY, AND CRAIG MINBAR Berkeley Hall will send to Prin Four girls of special talent: Anne Moore, Gail, Carol, Christine- Prin boys had best be gallant! Harvard Military at attention will stand If Chris enters his guitar in the band. Anne A. enters Marlborough next year, With honor grades and new friends to cheer. Craig Minear is quite a guy, He'll be welcome at Hamilton High When Don enrolls in Hami High, For his colorful shirts the girls will sigh For Larry S. we need not many words He'll be at Hamilton with the other birds. When Melody walks into Van Nuys High, Her beauty will match many a boy's eye. Kent leaves for Uni with his surf board in hand. We hope he has the chance to beach and sand. Pali High is calling Carolyn. Of it she'll soon be heroine. Pali will find Jayne quite a gal, When it comes to hanging 'round a corral. Erin with the Pali boys will get along fine When they get wind of that sweet-talking line. Mike Day of odd rocket fame, At Taft High will make his name. Gina goes to Birmingham School, There they'll think she's really cool. Off to Samohi goes Bill. Of A's and girls he'll have his fill. To Marion Colbert goes jane G. She'll be missed by you and me. With Janie goes our Barry. Of his hair they'd best be wary! Mrs. O'Connor stays here this fall, Loved by Ninth Graders, one and all. CLASSIFIED ADS BILL for sale One harem 'cause it scares him. FOR SALE One formaldahycle octopus. Notify LARRY. -GINA desperate One smile Ctin grinb. One yell guaranteed for life. Call CAROL. RUMORS and SECRETS for sale. This month's special, Girl's Gossip. Un- reasonable terms. Come to CRAIG. TUTI alias CHRISTINE lost Three inches of hair. If found by person, return by male. If found by male, return in person. DON for sale One automatic arguer, Complete with corny jokes and puns. Run by hot air. One teeny bikini with ilsy-bitsy polka dots for sale by ANNE A. MIKE lost my history notes. Last seen in the dark regions of my brief case. PEZ alias JAYNE P. for sale Singing and oratory lessons. Discount for bog CHRIS wanted Girls. Send measurements for consideration. Winners will be notified by mail. RECORDS on loan Contact MELODY. Nothing down, one day to pay. KENT for rent French accent. One straight-haired wig wanted. Notify CAROLYN. ANNE M. for sale One used glamor stretcher. Proven effective. One gym period, lost to algebra. JANE G. BARRY wanted New comb for his dome. GAIL for sale One over-used temper. ERIN wanted Anything of high value at low cost. GOLD PENCIL desperate Notify MRS. O'CONNOR immediately, WANTED another Ditch Day. NINTH GRADE. BERKELEY HALL SCHOOL desperate New Kings of the Campus as stupendous and superior as the Class of '62. PRINTED BY FASHION PRESS STAFF BERKELEY HALL YEAR BOOK Editor: Gail Osherenko Assistant Editors: Carol DeWindt Bill Cox Art Editor: Anne Archer Assistant Art Editors: Melody Paxton Anne Moore Mike Day Faculty Advisor Mrs. Ellen O'Connor BERKELEY HALL SCHOOL FOUNDATION 300 NORTH SWALL DRIVE BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA BOARD OF TRUSTEES Thomas G. Arthur Capitolo Cramer Adele W. Horton Helen H. Hunter Josephine E. lewis Wallace Moir Chauncey B. Nelson William C. Reeder Mary E. Stevens Gladys I.. Stroud Marco Wolli



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