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19 Adults, 21 Students Work in Cafeterio Every Day The new cafeteria has a special lunchroom where teachers may eat in peace without student interruptions. The main floor of the cafeteria serves nine hundred students each day Mrs. Peggy Kashi is serving Mr. Francisco Ibarra and Miss Margaret Rowland in the teachers ' lunch room. From left to right, Mrs. Doris Hogg, Mrs. Alvina Lueder, and Mrs. Pauline Perry are preparing the " A " plate in the kitchen. Mrs. Ollie Sally is serving students plate lunches in the cafeteria. Jan Swindig and Ralph Judd socialize during lunch in the sheltered area under the cafeteria. , , — All Pictures by Tim Zukas
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Cafeteria Accommodates 900 for Lunch; Also Serves Social Affairs Berkeley High School ' s new cafeteria provided a place for 900 BHS students to eat lunch every day. The cafeteria ' s 19 adult workers served food on a hot plate or a ' la carte. There was also the snackbar downstairs below the cafeteria. The cafeteria also served as a place for other func- tions, such as dances. When the tables are folded up, the cafeteria can seat almost 1000 people. The 19 women who worked in the cafeteria were directed by Mrs. Alvina Lueder, who has been working in Berkeley High ' s cafeteria for 16 years and has been manager for six years. The main purpose of the cafe- teria, according to Mrs. Lueder, was to feed the stu- dents a balanced meal, as it was the main meal of the day for some students. The meals were planned by a nutritionist, Miss Arlene Kasa, who planned the meals for all of the Berkeley School district. The cafeteria has a dishwasher and a grating ma- chine, but most of the work was done by hand. They also used stainless steel silverware. Twenty-one students worked in the cafeteria. The 19 women who worked in the cafeteria this past year were: Mrs. Alvina Lueder, Mrs. Pauline Perry, Mrs. Doris Hogg, Mrs. Ethel Ritchie, Mrs. Esther Pearson, Mrs. Betty Tafel- ski, Mrs. Odessa Jones, Mrs. Nola Knox, Mrs. Nancy Key, Mrs. Ola Mae Johnson, Mrs. Ollie Sally, Mrs. Evelyn Hall, Mrs. Sunny Boehrer, Mrs. Loraine Mann, Mrs. Phyllis Panerio, Mrs. Genelle Hargis, Mrs. Jessie Rodda, Miss Louise Tatro, Mrs. Willie Mae Youman. Miss Louise Tatro takes a student ' s order through a window in the " Shack " section of the cafeteria. Helpers served at the snack bar beneath the main floor of the new cafeteria. They are, left to right, Jerry McClain, Lorraine Mann, Sunny Boeher, Jessie Rodda, Kenny Leong, Phillis Panerio, Dan Smith, Genelle Hayes and Raymond Halican. Berkeley High ' s new " Spaceship, " otherwise known as the cafeteria, seats 900. Students wait in line to buy food at the " Shack " under the cafeteria. -All pictures by Tim Zukas
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Photo by Tim Zukas Mrs. Odessa Jones (left) and Mrs. Willie Youman (right) are working in the cafe- teria ' s kitchen. Photo by Tim Zukas Mrs. Betty Tafelski wipes pots in the kitchen after a busy morning of pre- paring food. Photo by Tim Zukas Mrs. Evelyn Hall is taking students ' s trays and scraping them. Photo by Tim Zukas Mrs. Nora Vanderent, Mrs. Willie Youman, and Peter Fong, left to right, serve students in the cafeteria. — Photo by Jerry McClain At the official dedication of the cafeteria in November, the Concert Chorale entertained ] 4 the guests with four songs. V . F;
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