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STUDENT 1 . Executive Board 2. Student Court 3. Girls ' Association Representatives 4. Gleaner Staff 5 . Gym Assistants GOVERNMENT 6. Student Council 7. Locker Assistants 8. Bookroom Assistants 9. Girls ' Council 1 0. Jr. Traffic Police 1 1 . Library Helpers
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Principal’s Message " As we come to the end of the Spring term of 1943, we find many changes have taken place. In these days of tumult, changes are ever present and it is the individ- ual, the family, the state and the nation that can adjust itself quickly and wisely that will continue to progress and go ever forward. As our changes come, let us meet them with understanding and make them with agility and go forward in life knowing we are fortunate to be living in a land such as ours at a time like this. I wish you all a very pleasant vacation and hope you will return to Garfield in the Fall to start the new term ready to make Garfield an even better school next year. " Student Body President Message In a school as large as Garfield, good organization is necessary to have a democratic student government. This past term, with the strain of war bearing heavily on all the students, Garfield should be proud of itself to be the leading example of a democratic school. We have been very successful in our G.S.A. card sale this term and Garfield had made itself one of the outstanding schools in the state, for selling bonds and stamps. As president, I wish to thank the Garfield Student Body and Executive Board for their cooperation in mak- ing this one of the most successful terms in the history of Garfield, and it is my wish that the future will place Garfield as the leading Junior High School in California. ■ llan a Lane
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STUDENT GOVERNI ' IENT Executive Board? President --Allen Blanc Vice President--- ' Tom Bardot. Secretary Eiiuna Lou V hite Treasurer Paul Green Social Secretary-- Joan Anthony Boys ' Ass’n Pres. -James Schafer Girls’ Ass’n Pr e s , - Mary Me adoY s Boys’ Ath, Manager --Ken Cameron GirlvS’ Ath. Manager-Betty Scott Boys’ Yell Leader--Boh Morrison Girls’ Yell Leader-Sharon Kagan an Our student excellent .1oh government, consisting only of students, has done this teion in presenting educational entertainment. governing, and cooperating vUubh the faculty. We may be especially complimented on our bond sales which topped $29,000, a record that any school v ;ould cherish | Tliis year our government has had all the spirit and ' zeal that could have been desired, V ' Je leave Garfield with a memory of our just and good student " government . STUDENT COURT • i Chief Justices Michael McGlffert and Howard Miller Associat e Justices Mildred Mallory Diane de Pi chon Barbara Laurie . Ralph Cummings • Sally V alker John Bartlett The Student Court meets every Wednesday morning in Room 118, Thor ' they try the cases brought before them by student leaders, Ponc..ltios are ■ fixed for violations made in the school and on the gr.uinds, The associate justices take turns being baliffs. STUDENT LEADERS This only keep; ' c L j ’ j j. o (.T r. done „ n 4 1 .10 Student .Leaders in the halls, but I ' fi eld sr.oiLld be oroud o.f have had an important job, not a.lso seeing that they v erc thorn for the fine job they have Stuvlo]i ' c Leader Captains Head Gaptain--Tom Steel Capta: ns ? Fee " ury.;y 3 I94.5 II ' ' no Gc:li ’ " ' oy L i ’ 1 1 ' 1 ■ a.Lmo 1 e a 3 ur e Eleanor Gaines Harriet Paul Gayle Sticgolor Bob Lindsay Il.ene Foss Bruce Sadler Capt - ins ; Marco. 21 1043 Shirley Broderick Eugenia Bates jpo-n T ' .v--- Miller Joanne Lo.ngel Glenn Strahl Bill Wooley Arnold Innis Captains ? M.ay 3, 1943 Christine Haymond Everett Lindsay Bob Greonleaf Cy.nth.ia Hoico.mb Glllotto Gordon Helen Bruner .Bob Sicular Bill Green
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