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I C O N T ice Group HE BURBANK COURT is in session during the ninth period each Monday and Wednesday. The court consists of three judges, two secretaries, a clerk, a bailiff, and the court officers. When a student is arrested by a traffic officer he is brought to court and questioned by the judges. If he is found guilty, a suitable punishment is assigned to him. The court helps all pupils to realize their part in the government of our school — Glenn Tast HE GIRLS’ ASSOCIATION is made up of all the girls attending Burbank. Included in this terms activities were several inter-school basketball games, sponsored by the Girls ' Associ- ation. The student officers of the Girls’ Association this term were, president, Mildred Gee, vice-president, Eleanor Leites, and our secretary, Lorraine Wagner. — Mildred Gee T »HE INDOORTRAFFIC organ- ization is composed of selected pupils who are very self-dependent and reliable. This organization has nearly twenty members whoare post- ed through out the hails and other places where traffic is heavy. The officers are divided into two squads directed by lieutenants supervised by captains and the Chief of Police. The organization is very democratic and efficient. Pupils who violate traffic rules are given traffic ticketsand must report in court. —Isamu Nagata qn) URBANK OUTDOOR Traffic JO is an organization of boys under the direction of officer Simpson of the Berkeley Police Department and Mr. Grover Carlson of the Physical Education Department. It consists of a top sergeant, two assistant sergeants, and three corporals. These officers and about twelve privates direct student traffic. — Carl Buscemi -|pHE WORK of the Junior and Sen- JL ior Usher groups is to seat the pupils in an orderly manner and to keep them quiet during our assembly programs. Ushers are chosen for abil- ity in maintaining order. Because of their vigilance everyone can enjoy our assembly programs without needless disturbance. — George Ferreira, Sr. Usher Capt. T ffie attendance monitors collect slips which list all pupils who are absent. They take these slips to the attendance office every period and check with a master list that is made out the first period every day. If a pupil has been absent one period only the monitor checks immediately to find the reason for the absence. The monitors also help file excuse cards. — Bill Piper ™HE BOYS’ Association is made up JL of all the boys at Burbank. The boys elect their officers. The officers and the representatives from the advisories meet regularly with Mr. Frick to discuss school matters. This group constitutes the Boys’ Council. Through the advisory representat- ive the pupils may make any suggest- on for improvements in the school. This Council gives the students an active part in school government. — Paul Colombatto
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FACULTY Bruce L. Zimmerman Eva Riehle . Betty Wellington Anne Reith . R. H. Blanchard Grover Carlsen Esmer Clark Sadie E. Derry Edward J. Faby John J. Frick Hazel S. Glasgow Virma M. Glover Zella Henrich Grace Hillyard Clara Hoffmire Jean Imrie David Luce Eleanore MacGregor. Dora L. Martin Virginia Martin Mary R. McCall Albert L. McDermont Beatrice McVaney Sarah R. Most Kathryn Murphy Jeannette Phelps Orpha Rhodes Lucy Robinson Henry A. Sammet Louisa Santos Martha Scales Victor M Schott Margery Service Jean E. Skimmings Jeanette M. Stewart Edwin Swineford Eugene Voorhees Ruth Waugh Roslyn Weed Hazel Z. Weller Earl D. Williams Henrietta Williams . Principal . Secretary Clerk Nurse . Machanical Drawing, Print Shop Physical Education Social Studies, English Foods Arithmetic, Science Metal Shop Clothing Counselor, Social Studies Science English, Social Studies Vocal Music Arithmetic . Playground Director English, French Algebra, Arithmetic English, Social Studies Physical Education Arithmetic, Science English, Social Studies Art English, Physical Education, Social Studies Social Studies, English Vocal Music Arithmetic, Library English , Shop, Social Studies Art, Social Studies Social Studies Instrumental Music English, Social Studies Arithmetic, Business Practice Typewriting English, Social Studies Counsleor , Physical Education Couselor, Social Studies English,Social Studie Art, Coordinator Wood Shop English Library, Social Studies
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