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G. S A. OFFICERS President Ian Wishart Vice-President Howard Cook Secretary Junior Amonette T reasurer . Jackson Haggard Social Secretary Barbara Post Boys’ Athletic Manager Bill McDougall Girls’ Athletic Manager Jean Christie Yell Leader Allen Hurd honor society officers President Vice-President Secretary High Eight Director Loiv Eight Director . Fred Scobey Martha Webb Roberta Fritz Dick Raftery Bob Meckel
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GRADUATION As Commencement Day draws near and thoughts of the graduates turn toward High School, we are a little apprehensive as to what our future may bring. But we are not afraid; for though many problems may confront us, we know we shall be able to cope with them, due to our excellent training while at Garfield. The Class Day exercices of the mid-winter graduating class will be held at 9:30 o’clock Wednesday morning, January 23, 1935. The gradua- tion exercises will be held Thursday morning, January 24, at 9:30. The class song will be The Song of Farewell” by Kountz, and will be led by Mrs. Iva H. Smith. Musical numbers will be given by Geraldine Scheibner, Sheila Chandler, and Bernard Knapp, a former student. Greetings will be given by Ian Wishart, G. S. A. President, and the farewell by a student yet to be selected. Fred Stripp Jr., recently chosen pastor of the Thousand Oaks Baptist Church, has been asked to give the invocation and benediction. Two distinguished alumni will be invited to speak. The school emblem, as u sual, will be presented to the graduates. Following a custom of long standing, the P. T. A. will give the grad- utes a party on Thursday afternoon. This is always a delightful occasion and we would like to take advantage of this opportunity to thank our P. T. A. for their generous thought of us. Ian Wishart, High Niue. AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK IN BERKELEY A program given on November 4, 1934, at the Men’s Gymnasium in which the Glee Clubs, a Cappellas, and Bands from many schools partici- pated, marked the beginning of American Education Week in Berkeley. This program was sponsored by the Berkeley Public Schools and the American Legion, which presented the national colors. Vocal numbers by choruses of Elementary, Junior and Senior High Schools, and instrumental numbers by the combined Junior and Senior High School Bands, were included on the program. Dr. Monroe E. Deutsch gave an excellent address, and Dr. Smith spoke for a few minutes. Garfield had open house all week, and visitors were made welcome. On Friday, some boys and girls, under the direction of Miss Hamsher, presented a very entertaining play entitled The Man Without a Coun- try,” which was appropriate for Armistice Day. Both the P. T. A. and Dads of Garfield held successful meetings. Barbara Biscomb and Gwendolyn Gerken, High Nine. ART WORK The art staff attempted a new medium of expression for its illustra- tions this fall. Clay statuettes and bas-reliefs were modeled and photo- graphed. Hinsdale Latour modeled the frontispiece and the heading for Music. Virginia Clarke did the one for Literature; Dorothy Alldredge, Dra- matics; Robert Aldea, Activities, and the small cartoons were done by Patricia Danforth, William Fontenrose and Gordon Connell. We give special thanks to Mr. Hughes for his kind aid in photo- graphing them. Jim Waesche, Low Nine.
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