Garfield Junior High School - Gleaner Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1927

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THE DIARY OF AN OWL Monday, Aug. 6: Entered our cage after a summer flight. Our first assembly. Tuesday, Aug. 16: Banking! We begin to save for a rainy day. Again today: Owlets (scrubs) entertain their parents. Again today: We owls are given locks to safe-guard our Books of Knowledge. Wednesday, Aug. 17: Showers are arranged so that we may preen our feathers. Monday, Aug. 29: All our ladybirds meet in " Sleepy Hollow " (Auditorium). Monday, Sept. 12: Our first " Day of Silence " . Hoot! Tuesday, Sept. 27: We wing our way to victory over Willard. Who-o-o-o! Friday, Sept. 30: Wise old owls have test to see how much they (don ' t) know. Tonight: Entertainment by senior owls. Thursday, Oct. 4: We fly to victory again over Burbank in volley ball. Wednesday, Oct. 19: All together in Sleepy Hollow. Emblems awarded athletic birds. Friday, Oct. 21: Senior owls have a grand party. Monday, Oct. 31: We meet to hear some wise birds from Caney Creek talk about missionary work. Again today: Our Irish birds give an Operetta. Fine song birds are they! Friday, Nov. 11: The great quarrel among birds of all nations ended nine years ago today. Wednesday, Dec. 14: Gleaners, work of literary birds, distributed. Friday, Dec. 16: Vacation for all. Wise Owls bid farewell to Garfield forever. They ' re going from this small cage only to enter a larger and better one. Goodbye all! — Jean Shearer. — Barbara Brock. IF With Apologies to Mr. Kipling If Lincoln won the war against the Prussians, And Lindberg crossed in fourteen ninety-two, If Shakespeare was a preacher of the Russians, And Caesar was a chief among the Sioux, If " Trudy " tried to swim but couldn ' t do so, And Mussolini smfles, but cannot frown. If Connie Mack sings better than Caruso, Then Garfield is the poorest school in town. — Keith Monroe, H7.

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MISS MOSSMAN ' S ADVISORY Toil always hear ' em say: Bailey, Jaline ------ " Oh, dear! " Baker, Marjorie ----- ' -You poor little thing. " Boles, Jack - - - - - - - " That ' s nothing. " Ill sav. Huhl " Huhuh! " Hurr} upl " I was in the building at 8 : 20. " You would, you ' re the type. " Oh, that ' s choice. " Peanuts: : ! " Carlman, Elvera Daneke, John DuTTLE, Rhea Edson, Henry Edwards, Lucille Ellis, Winnifred Elchinoff, John French, Bernice ----- " Hehl Heh! Cutie! " Harris, Virginia ------ " Oh, 111 turn it in tomorrow. " Hays, Geraldine ----- " Where ' s our combination? " Ha YWARDS, Frank ----- " Who cares about that? " Hegelmann, Rudolph - - - - " I ' m going to play this for a solo. " Jeschien, Louise ----- " We get that flag! Tomorrow is bank day. " Johnson, Mildred ----- " You think so? " Knight, Virginia ----- " WTay is that so? " Kondo, George ------ " I hope you don ' t feel hurt. " Leeson, Margaret ----- " Let me see your paper. " LiNSCOTT, John ------ " (Ha, ha!) Oh, gee, Miss Bennett, I never did nuthin ' . " McNeely, Ethel ----- " Where ' s Ed? " Miller, Marian ------ " It ' s in my locker. " MooRE, Robert ------ " Hello, Jeanne! "



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GLEANER STAFF LITERARY DEPARTMENT Editor - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Barbara Brock Assistant Editor ---------- Helen Lynip Joke Editor --------- Lamory Laumeister Literary Editor ------------ Annie Haenisch Jean Shearer Allen Altman Frances Merrill Helen Buchanan Louise Ruggles Margaret Heger BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Business Manager - -- -- - - Galen Sturgeon Assistant - - - - - - - - - Beardsley Graham Assistant ----------- John Waldo FACULTY ADVISERS Literary Department - -- -- -- - Alberta E. Montagne Business Department - ....... Clennie Lawson Photography ........ Bruce L. Zimmerman EDITORIAL The time has come when senior owls must fly from the Garfield cage to larger and higher roosts. We hate to leave, we are not slow to say! But do we leave it for ever? No, we will come back for occasional visits, but never to stay again unless it is after we have donned mortar board and gown — that is, as teachers. Yes, we hate to go for many reasons. We leave behind us many friends among the younger owls — ■ true friends. But we will meet them again some time in life ' s flight. We have friends, companions, and helpers in our teachers, our counsellors, and all of the faculty, and we are sad to leave them. They try to teach us the wisdom that is proverbial for the owl, and it is for this reason that we have chosen this bird as the motif for our Gleaner. We abandon now music, athletics, clubs, and Garfield activities, not forever, but to be taken up again in some higher branch. To some it means coming upon the sad truth of the end of easy lessons; to others it means the realization of their hopes and aspirations toward success, progress, and achieve- ment. But to all it means going from the old, familiar, Garfield cage to higher, better roosts where we will flutter blindly about until each finds his own particular perch where he belongs. — Barbara Brock, Editor.

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