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STUDENT GOVERNMENT BOYS- Ralph Baker, President Elmer Frugoli, Vice-Pres. Paul Fehr, Secretary BOYS- Fred Murakami, President Irving Ojala, Vice-Pres. Norma Klehm, Secretary Miss Mary McCall SPRING 1939 FALL 1939 FACULTY SPONSORS GIRLS— Inez Conterno, President Rachel Dela Riva, V.-Pres. Dorothy Moran, Secretary GIRLS- Barbara Chandler, President Shirley Brown, Vice-Pres. Zell Corley, Secretary J. J. Frick BOY’S COUNCIL Albert Scagliola Raymond Hollenbeck Mark Gray Moriyuki Katow Carlo Jensen Blase Larripa Woo Fee Fong Charles Axtell Joe Anzelone Edwin Hakala Robert Baugh William Rohde Elvy Caretto Ralph Seddon Edward Struhm Alex Farrace Willis Stenberg William Ross James Arding Clayton De Marr Yoshio Yamamoto Ernest Botefur Charles Pryor Wilfred Mespelt COURT OFFICERS Eugene Taylor, Judge Edward Brown, Bailiff Arthur Olafson, Clerk Eleanor Carlson, S ecretary Mamie Maki, Secretary JURY- Stanley Lena Robert Speer Wallace Allison Hans Finzen Max Pausch Gordon Backlund Harry Harlow COURT OFFICERS- Mark Gray Anthony Mercurio Willis Stenberg Irene Thor Barbara Martinto WIZARD STAFF AND TYPISTS Gloria York Mary Ogliaro Mildred Brown Pearl Shubert Leona DeCamp Justine Vaz Wilma Niemi Phyllis Johnson Mary Helen Dunlap Ruth Noreiga JOURNALISTS Barbara Glayzer, Editor Assistant Editors: Jennie Gaipa Lawrence Hoffman Laura Gunnerson Rena Mezzetta Helen Cripps Alice Sousa Inez Savely Merle Williams Diana Doyle GIRL’S COUNCIL Mary Helen Dunlap Bernice Johnson Wilma Niemi Dorothy Zimmerman Ardis Eckles Dorothy Fuhrman Frances McBride Irene Thor Eleanor Leites Patsy Ames Yvonne Loustalet Grace Baker Betty Ortland Ruth Christenson Evelyn Marsiano Florence Roberts Josephine Burckland Sylvia Jee Jacqueline Titoni June Davis Adeline August LaVerne Wagner Laura Cordoza Marie Lueder Esther Casteneda Mary Cotter James Owens Joe Anzelone PHOTOGRAPHERS Billy Williams Marion Poile Pootoy Moon George Rantz Paul Johannes Velma Alves John Sanchez Carlo Jensen Lawrence Silva Winifred Mespelt Mary Helen Dunlap Shirley Brown
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THE HIGH NINE COMMITTEE Under the direction of Miss Virma Glover, the high nines have under- taken to organize a committee to take care of special school problems. The committee is made up of boys and girls chosen by the class to repre- sent each advisory. All committee members wear badges with a big “B” printed on them. It is their duty to give help and information to any pupil who is new with the ways of Burbank. This is the 6rst year the Big “B” committee has been organized. If it is found to work satisfactorily, the cus- tom will be carried on from year to year. — Katherine Nylander, H9 SELF ANALYSIS “What a teacher !” you say as you leave a classroom. Of course if you look upon the teacher as a merciless character, you will be sure to have a bad impression of her. Why not look upon the teacher as a person trying to help you? You will almost always change your impression of her. Con- sider her case? She might think you were the stupidest pupil in the whole class, yet she tries to help you, even if you torm ent her. In other words, your opinion of any teacher is deter- mined by the attitude you have ' So next time you get called down, don’t blame the teacher. Can’t you ever blame yourself? Think of what you were doing and whether you would permit it if you were the teacher. Sometimes you’ll surprise yourself. — Paul Colombatto, H8 OPPORTUNITY Burbank is a school where all pupils are on an equal basis. Every person has a chance to get on the Honor Roll, if he makes up his mind to it. The Honor Roll makes a thrilling and an exciting game of learning your lessons. The activities also add to the com- pletion of a school day. The activities are fun, and there are enough so that every pupil can take one or even two to insure a good time in school. All in all, one’s schooling can be quite complete if one makes the Honor Roll and has an interesting activity. Pupils who plan wisely find that school isn’t a “drag” but a place to have fun with required school work — Lorna White, H8. ANTICIPATION Fear and trembling, trepidation. Halting step, and multiplication Of those worries long existent Now to plague us so persistent Mark our woeful leave of “home” Into Berkeley High to roam. No more happy childhood hours. In fear of math the bravest cowers. Geometry and science too. All conspire to baffle you. And so in closing let me state. Our entrance date none can belate, Than sink or swim our fate is nigh. So here we come, Berkeley High! — Theodora Sonntag, H9 BURBANK HONOR ROLL At the end of each report card period, all pupils who get all A’s or B’s in subjects and in citizenship receive a Scolarship Honor Card as a reward for work that is above av- erage. The Honor Roll is an incentive to encourge pupils to study to the best of their abilities. It is a reward of mer- it for those who have made very good grades. They have the pleasure of knowing that their consistent effort has earned them a placed among Bur- bank’s best students. Burbank has higher awards for those pupils who maintain a position on the Honor Roll for an entire sem- ester These pupils are granted a Semester Scholastic Honor Award Certificate in blue. The highest award that a Burbank pupil can earn is the special semester Scolastic Honor Award Certificate in gold. It is awarded to those pupils who have earned A’s in all subjects for the entire semester. — Theresa Caruso, H8
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