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

 - Class of 1948

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RESIDENT S MESSAGE PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE I am very glad that we are able to have a Gleaner for this semester. So many schools have had to aban- don annuals and semi-annuals because of the high cost. The Gleaner is an excellent record ofthe semester's activities and makes a fine keepsake for years to come. I know that this issue will meet the same high standard which has been met in the past. A. C. Baxter, Principal. We are now graduating from lunior high school Many of us have participated In school activities which have not only been work, but from which we have received a great deal of enloyment We leave Garfield with the knowledge and memories of three years behind us We appreciate the fine instruction, understanding, and the wonderful friends we have made here It is my sincere hope that we will make Garfield proud of our record in high school David Bartlett MISS ALMY MR BEHRENS MISS BRUBAKER MRS CARDWELL MRS CHOISSER MISS COLLAR MR CORLEY MRS CURTICE MRS DAVIS MR GOMEZ MISS GOODE MISS GROEFSEMA MISS HAMSHER MR HAWKINS FACULTY MR BAXTER PRINCIPAL TEACHERS WORLD GEN MATH ARITHMETIC ALGEBRA PHYS ED ARITHMETIC ART PHYS ED STORY DRAMATICS PHYS ED PHYS ED SOCIAL STUDIES TYPING GEN BUS TYPING ENGLISH INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR HELMKE COUNS SOCIAL STUDIES MRS JAMESON MRS KRESSMAN MISS LAURENS MR LELAND MISS LOWREY MISS MALLY MRS MCCURDY MR McPHEE COUN ART MUSIC ENGLISH INDUSTRIAL ARTS SCIENCE ART ENGLISH LATIN MR MINZYK MRS MONTAGNE MISS OCHOA MR PHILLIPS MISS RILEY MRS ROWELL MR SAUERS MISS STAYTON MRS SHRIVER MISS STONE MR VAN MATRE MRS WOBKEN MRS YOUNG OTH MRS SIMPSON MRS BARTELL MRS PRESTON MR SEAMAN MR TERRY MRS DAVIDSON MR MERRIFIELD MR PINKERTON MR REGALIA BAND ORCHESTRA ENGLISH SPANISH COUNS SOC STUDIES HISTORY ENGLISH MECH DRAWING SEWING HOME ECONOMICS LIBRARY MATHEMATICS SPANISH ENGLISH MUSIC ER SCHOOL PERSONNEL SECRETARY ATTENDANCE CLERK NURSE JANITOR .IANITOR MATRON CUSTODIAN CUSTODIAN JANITOR 1 V ' x , . X . . . . ' N . . . . . . . . E u . . . j, . . , N' I MR' EDWARDS ..-..-... SCIENCE MISS STRONG ...,.,.... ART STUDENT GROUPS STUDENT COUNCIL The student councll IS an elected group which meets each week to study student body needs and to make recommendatuons for student actlvutles STUDENT LEADERS Student leaders serve as school police They regu late hall trafflc preserve order In the school cafeteria and an other parts of the school plant STUDENT COURT Garfield s student court has long been a tradition an self government Here those guilty of violating school regulations may be arralgned and assngned some cluscnplune as a correctuve measure RALLY COMMITTEE The rally committee IS a group of boys who under take the dlfflcult task of malntalnlng order about the grounds and the gym durnng assemblies and games OFFICE HELPERS The business of runmng the school through the office ns greatly ancled by the servnces of the ofhce helpers who carry messages gunde vusntung parents and others to clnfferent parts of the school and do some ofthe sumple office routune work LIBRARY HELPERS Many of the varned tasks In running the library are ably carrled out by library helpers Stacking and Issuing books are an Important part of their 'ob LOCKER ASSISTANT Keeping Garfield s locker system In operatnon ns a drstrubutnon and mauntenance 'ob whlch has been very ably carried out by thus term s locker assistant under Mr Sauer s dlrectlon CAMERA CLUB Aspnrlng record and salon photographers have an opportumty through the camera club to work wnth others In developung thus hobby ATTENDANCE HELPERS The attendance helpers help keep the school rec ords by collectmg attendance reports from the var: ous rooms and by helplng to clear doubtful attend ance records BOYS AND GIRLS GYM HELPERS Keepnng track of gym equupment and otherwlse helping durung gym periods IS an Important contrlbu toon to Garfleld s smoothly runnnng athletlc depart ment by the gym helpers ELECTRICAL CREW The problem of settnng up and controlling the pub llc aadress system as well as the prolectlon of movies us taken care of by the electrical crew who gann valu able experience as well as servlng the school MIMEOGRAPH CREW The bug lab of mlmeographnng the many forms used nn the admlnustratuon of the school as well as the many programs used In school actnvmes ns car rled out by our capable mlmeograph crew , . . 1 , . . 1 1 1 . . . . . , . . . 1 . . . 1 1 1 4 . , I - CAMERA CLUB BOYS CBYAA HELPERS AUENDANCE HELPERS UBRARY HELPERS GIRLS CSYAA HELPERS MIMEOGRAP CREVV Dick Ambler Thomas Ayer Dick Baer Sandra Ball David Barileft Ruebin Beiarano Donald Benison Janice Blanc Richard Bolz Barbara Chambers Catherine Churchill Roberia Clinfon Joyce Conklin Robert Criswell Jim Davis Dorolhy DeMafros Ben Dresser Michael Ebner Roger Fiedler Jeff Foley Alfred Frafes Warren Goifshall Lenore Grant Tim Hammond Glenn Harmon Floralee Hawkins Gary Herberison Barbara Herndon Robert Hesforff William Hoiiel Almer Jacobs Irene Kosman M if 'Q me . 2. 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S W . ,4 V YQ .. fi , ' A NJ gf,-H, 'tb E- CLASS WILLS Duck Ambler wulls has A s to anyone who needs them Tom Ayer wulls hus popularuty to the Low Ten Duck Baer wulls his shyness of gurls to Earl Byers Sandra Ball wulls her frankness to Muss Collar Davud Bartlett doesn t will' He wants to keep her Ben Belarano wulls hus wuse cracks to Arthur Godfrey Donald Bennuson wulls hus trucycle to the seventh graders Januce Blanc wulls her dance buds to Penny Prungle Duck Bolz wulls hus glasses to a seeing eye dog Barbara Chambers wulls her shyness to the wolves that need ut Catherine Churchill wulls her vuolun to Jack Benny Roberta Clunton wulls her nickname Squurt to a water gun Joyce Conklun wulls her curly locks to Mr Phullups Robert Cuuswell wulls hus chernustry set to the Hugh Nune boys Jum Davus wulls hus freckles to Butch Jenkins Dorothy DeMattos wulls her slumness to Barry Oluvuer Ben Dresser wulls hus kuddy fruends to Jack Burnett Muchael Ebner wulls hus dog to Penny Roger Fuedler wulls hus motors to the nearest garage Jeff Foley wulls the Seals to the Clutt House Warren Gottschall wulls hus oluve complexuon to Lux Lenore Grant wulls her temper to Mr Edwards Tum Hammond wulls that blushung to Adrian Joy Glenn Harmon wulls hus waltzung to Fred Astaure Floralee Hawkins wulls her durnples to Margue Ebrught Gary Herbertson wulls hus cuteness to any boy darung to take ut Barbara Herndon wulls her lnduvudualuty to any plain ga Bob Hestortt wulls hus spaghettu throwung to Ralph Edwards Bull Hottel wulls hus seal un Mr Baxter s office to those L 9 boys Almer Jacobs wulls her brother to anyone wuth a rope Irene Kosman wulls her lupstuck to Revlon Alfred Frates wulls hus smile to Pepsodent ads Pat Lengel wulls her drama to Mrs Curtuce Ronald Leschot wulls hus thunness to the Fat Man Doruan Lundquust wulls her uob as G A M to the boys Bob MacKenzue wulls hus passes to band to whoever wants to cut Bob Marshall wulls hus gurlless life to Barbara Mark ham s boy friends Marulyn Mattke wulls her father s store to Rexall Katherune McEwung wulls her laugh to Mortumer Snerd Valerue Mulmore wulls all that cut haur to Muss Stayton Masao Mutsuyasu wulls hus sports abuluty to Mr Dwught Evo Moru wulls hus weught to the Thun Man Mary Newcomb wulls her fruendshup wuth Jean to all cats Donald Newsom wulls hus forwardness wuth gurls to Tom Hudson Art Nucolayson wulls hus swummung abuluty to Zo Ann Olsen Ruchard Neulson wulls hus buuld to any L7 boy John Ogden wulls humself to the next H9 class Jean Ouala wulls that new look to Vogue Magazune Marianne Okerstrom wulls her hugh vouce to Louus Petros Ken Oswalt wulls hus haur to the Wuld Root ads Mabel Redtueld wulls her abuluty to decude on the boy to her suster George Ross wulls hus paper route to the Gazette Glorua Rossunu wulls that swung to the nearest park Bull Routt wulls hus peskuness to Mr Phullup s office Christy Russell wulls her horses to the Lone Ranger Karl Small wulls hus crew cut to the local barber shop Alex Sturmer wulls hus muscle to Superman Dale Tussung wulls hus remarks un English to Louus Cusumano Ruth Uyeda wulls her good dusposutuon to Sara Sue Southerland Edgar Vane wulls hus Levus to the Droopung Duvusuon Edwin Van Eckhart wulls hus eyes to Murune Eye Wash Brad Walker wulls hus duvung abuluty to Jummy Lee Duck Webster wulls hus form to anyone who can till ut Gaye Weusenfeld wulls her vutaluty to the nearest vitamin pull Joan Wulluams lust leaves' Wilma Wulluford wulls that sparkle un her eyes to Gayle Bennett Jerry Woodworth wulls hus track abuluty to a snaul , . . , . . . . , , ' . . , u I ' . 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Foley Alfred Frates Warren Gottshall Lenore Grant Tum Hammond Glenn Harmon Floralee Hawkuns Gary Herbertson Barbara Herndon Bob Hestorff Bull Hottel Almer Jacobs Irene Kosman Pat Lengel Ronald Leschot Bob MacKenzue Bob Marshall Marulyn Mattke Kay McEwung Valerue Mulmore Masao Mutsuyasu Evo Maru Mary Newcomb Don Newsom Art Nucolayson Ruchard Neulson John Ogden Jean Olala Maruanne Okerstrom Ken Oswalt Bull Pratt Mable Redfield George Ross Glorua Rossunu Bull Routt Chrusty Russell Karl Small Alex Sturmer Lous Tossava Dale Tussung Ruth Uyeda Edgar Vane Edwun Van Eckhardt Duck Webster Gaye Weusenfeld Joan Wulluams Wulma Wulluford Jerry Woodworth CLASS PROPH Noted for Those A s Ayer bubbles Hus gurls Cute clothes Prexy Sports Motorcycle A Glasses Secret admurers Pest Shuny Apples Rocket shup Lots about ut Those haur do s General Math homework Hus temper Physuque Noughun That mop of haur Thuck eyebrows Eyes The Goats Corny lakes Her hour Black curly haur Chuckue Publuc speakung Hus quuetness Unnecessary chatter Her quuetness lournalusm That bug strude Butcher shop That bug smule Clean bucks Her fruendluness Those grades Hus shyness That sense of humor Frat House Wo f Goung wuth J B Bug Gus One legged A s Her cats That figure That southern drawl Aurplanes All those sisters That blush That swung Truckster Her horses Censoredlll Carousel That accent Posture Her shyness Those Low 9 fruends Hus eyes So round lce skatung Her Low 9 boys Those tught sweaters Handsome Hope More A s Bugger bubbles More gurls More of them Berkeley Hugh Bug league Racer A N Contact lens More of them Boys Red ones The moon Mechanuc Longer haur No school Red haur Popeye Noughun Longer aur Thucker ones Admurung glances All Amerucan Better lakes Curly haur Curluer haur No brother Lawyer More quuetness Hedda Hopper Study hall Bug story Bugger strude More meat Pepsodent Cleaner ones More fruends More A s More of ut Comeducun To be a member Hollywood Bugger Gus Low 'IO More cats Muss Ameruca Back to MISSISSIPPI Pu ot More brothers No blush More swung More swutches pu More horses Ha o Ow Sunger Muss Ward More Low 'IO Flurtatuaus wunk So firm Ice Follues To graduate Tughter S B ECY Hate False bubbles No gurls Short skurts Summer school Peanut league Bucycle Hus luttle brother Bunoculars Secrets Gnrls Green ones Submarunes Sports Haur nets Homework Bullues lngrowung muscles Noughun Short haur Tweezers Glasses Bench warmer No pokes Straught haur Charm curl Her brother Judge Nouse Mr Wumple Loud people Obutuary Baby steps Vegetaruan Ipana Dirty bucks Snobs One legged A Gurls Sad sack Sororutues Competutuon Any other Luttle Gus Hugh 9 Dogs Slouches Calufornua Fog Susters Blushung No swung The cops Cows Putch fork Lemonade stand Dancers Ape man Boys fha hal Hugh 9 Glasses So fully packed Roller skatung Garfield loose ones Glenn Fate 50,-,guuu Bluebeard Barrel Sunday School Oaks Kuddy cars A Opera glasses Whuspers Censored Apple sauce Paper gluders Sports photographer Crew cut Truant officer The Tumud Soul Shoulder pads Somethun Toupee Eyebrow pencul Cross eyes Water boy Canned cornll Tonu Twun Other Tom Twun More brothers Soap box Spuke Janes Dugger O Dell No 7 bus Copy gurl Hop scotch Garfield Goat Ratuonung False teeth Baby bootuesll Sales ady Z s'9 Anna Heads Napa House Mother Were wolf Gus 9 'P 9 'P 'P Dog pound Fat Lady The Bronx Groundedll Boys Town Sunburrull Rope broke Gun Moll E use Oh Brotherll Mattke Drugs Burlesque Emuly Post St Mary s Jounung fruends Nervous twitch A B C Fruck 84 Frack Garfield Sloppy Joe Gorgeous ' .....,....... 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SPORTS The fall semester mterschool sport us volley ball Garfield s 4 teams gave a good accountof themselves 1n the city league games HIGH 8 HIGH 8 Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield 1 8 Willard Willard Wlllard Willard Willard Willard Garfield 15 Burbank 8 Garfield 16 Burbank 14 Garfield 15 Burbank 8 Garfield 11 Burbank 15 Garfield 15 Burbank 8 LOW 9 Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Willard Willard Willard Willard Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Willard Willard Wlllard Willard Willard 8 Burbank 13 Burbank 15 Burbank Burbank Garfield 15 Burbank Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield LOW 8 Willard Willard Willard Garfield 12 Burbank 15 Garfield 15 Burbank 6 Garfield 13 Burbank 16 Garfield 4 Burbank 15 Garfield 7 Burbank 15 Garfield 15 Burbank 9 Garfield Burbank 13 Garfield 15 Burbank 6 Garfield 13 Burbank 15 Garfield 9 Burbank 15 GIRLS SPORTS This year the gurls teams are credlted wlth three out of four clty championships The Low 9 s have held their champvonship for two consecutive years The scores are as follows LOW 8 Garfield 15 Burbank 11 Garfield 4 Burbank 15 Garfield 15 Burbank 8 Garfield 15 Willard Garfield 10 Willard Garfield 15 Wlllard HIGH 8 Garfield 15 Burbank 1 Garfield 15 Burbank Garfield 15 Wnllard Garfield 15 Willard 10 LOW 9 Garfield 15 Burbank 1 Garfield 15 Burbank 3 Garfield 15 Willard 4 Garfield 19 Willard 17 HIGH 9 Garfield 12 Burbank 15 Garfield 12 Burbank 15 Garfield 15 Willard 1 Garfield 15 Willard 3 5 ' 10 10 ' 7 ' 15 7 - 13 ' 15 -I2 - ' 15 . 15 ' 8 . 15 ' 9 11 15 ' 9 15 - Garfield 14 Willard 16 15 W-H d 12 ' 15 15 fo' 8 ' 15 15 . 13 ' 15 11 I . 2 Q ' 15 ' 4 4 . 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