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mm BURBANK Bois' .um GIRLS' ASSOCIATIONS
The Burbank Boys' and Girls' Associations repre-
sent every pupil in the school. Each Wednesday at
eighth period they meet and talk over the plans for
the future. This term we are trying to have more mid?
dies worn by the girls at assemblies, so the girls
are trying their best not to forget Middy Day.
Both the boy and the girl president have been
very successful in doing their parts for the student
body this term, and we are grateful to them.
BOYS' ASSOCIATION OFFICERS GIRLS' ASSOCIATION?
Charles Luna. . . . . President .... Evelyn Himberg
Henry Koski . . . .Vice-President . . Maxine Loveland
Tauno Mork. . . . Secretary .... . Ruth Kindle4
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Page 50 text:
Dear Diary, April 30
The time is beginning to drag. I spend half my time getting distance
on the radio. The Junior Assembly was postponed today as there was a
meeting of the Berkeley High School Teachers' Association at Garfield and
school was dismissed early. , ,
Dear Diary, ' May 1
Miss Streightif's class put on a varieties program which included a
Spanish dance, selections by the orchestra, a Russian dance and UHere She
Goes.W The assembly assisted by singing a group of folk songs.
Dear Diary, May 7
Tomorrow is a big day. LaVon and I are going to the Oakland Kennel
Club dog show.' I expect to have another high camera bill, though. I
heard all about Mrs. Waugh's play, UThe Book Review,n given by the L8z'
class. The Juniors all enjoyed it thoroughly.
Dear Diary, ' n May 15
C Today was another big day. Our class, the H9y', presented the play
nSeventeen.V fl hope everybody enjoyed it, but I am unable to express my
opinion. That is the hard part of being in a play--one can't see himself
as others see him. '
Dear Diary, ' May 29
5 Today is Field Day. I wonder why the weather is always so hot on
this day! Many different activities are on the program. The P. T. A. had
the cafeteria for a food sale. Later--School is almost over! This was my
last Field Day at Burbank. Gen and I are going swimming to cool off, To-
night there was a Spring Festival Dance in the auditorium. I am glad that
I didn't miss it. '
Dear Diary,- June 4
It won't be long now! Summer is coming. Gen and I played Ping-Pong
yesterday. I hunted up old clothes and a bathing suit last night. To-
night is graduation for the H9 classes. I think that I enjoyed this the
best of all this term.
Dear Diary, June 5
Today we got our honors and awards in the assembly. My duties as a
Wizard Editor are all over. I certainly have enjoyed the position. I
have had a good time at Burbank and really hate to leave it. This after-
noon Gen and I sang, UGood Times are Gomin'u so much that we wore it out.
The great open spaces are calling, and ------ Well Diary, I'll be with
you again in the middle of next August.
Renee Mattingly H9y'
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T THE BURBANK COURT
As time advances, the offenders of Burbank become fewer and fewer ev-
ery day. If the good record continues, Burbank students will soon become
one hundred percent citizens, and the court will not be needed at all. Mr,
McCaleb, the judge, will have little enough to do, if no one need attend
the court. This would never have been possible but for the students' co-
operation in upholding the school laws.
The Burbank Court was opened in August, 1929, to control some of the
students who could not obey the traffic rules. It has been so effective
that outsiders often speak of how courteous our students are, and the time
will soon come when there will be no offenders at all.
Irene Simon H9yN
STUDENT TRAFFIC CONTROL
Burbank's Indoor Junior Traffic for this semester has been bigger and
better than ever before. The term began with practically all new members.
The.group consists of: Edward Tscheekar, chief of police: Robert Hemphill,
bailiff: Evert Lappinen, assistant chief: and Pierre Mailho, lieutenant.
The court officials are: Mr. McCaleb, judge: Helen Kemp and Cecelia
Mansonen, filing and recording secretaries.
The indoor traffic squad is made up of the following: Lucy Macagno:
Paul Berndt: Fred Angella, Erwin Brown: David Drake: Cecelia Ferreira: Min-
nie Rossetto: Louis Tognolini: Matilda Ramos: Gena Ferrando: Virginia Park-
inson: Bessie Ritz: Evelyn Delphing Edith Valentini: Robert Hemphill, Esther
Welp: Grant Gustofsen: Dorothy Herbert: Elvera Miguel: and Olga Montemagni,
, The court is one of our school's many systems of maintaining order.
The chief duty of the officials is to keep order in the halls. They must
see that no student runs or makes a disturbance. If a pupil receives a
ticket for his disorder, he must appear in the Burbank Court. The penalty
is inflicted in accordance with the seriousness of the offence.
The band is an activity that all boys should like if they can play an
instrument. We need several more instruments and players to give proper
balance to the ensemble. We meet Mondays and Wednesdays for practice.
The band has done quite a bit of outside playing this term. It has enter-
tained the school a number of times, as well as playing at theaters and
other places. Mr. Hobbs, the instructor, always gives his best, and keeps
the band in good condition. Each term we lose a number of good pupils, but
also receive new ones, so the band does not suffer such a great loss,
Arthur Lappinen H7y'
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