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FAREWELL It is with deepest regret that I say good- bye to John Burroughs. The school that strives to win honorably, to loose graci- ously, and to co-operate generously, with its never-failing faculty, friendly advisors, and kind counselors. I am not as lucky as most of you, for I have only attended John Burroughs for two years. But I can honestly say that these two years have been the happiest years of my life. I have made many lasting friend- ships which I shall cherish through the years. Yes, I am leaving John Burroughs, but am I saying good-bye? Can a person say good-bye to something that means so much to him? We can ' t — or at least I can ' t because 1 am taking too much of it with me. Too many lessons, too many mem- ories. I can never thank you enough for the privilege you have given me in letting me serve as your Student Body President. The successes we have had this term are at- tributed to the splendid cooperation of the Student Body, with the help of the Board of control and the faculty that is untiring in its efforts and interest toward each student. It is with mingled sorrow and happiness that I say farewell to John Burroughs, and all the happy times 1 have had here. Sor- row, because 1 am leaving such a fine school, and happiness because I know that my last two years have been the most suc- cessful in my life — and because I know that there are many who will follow me, and that one by one they will gradually lead J. B. to its ultimate goal, Perfection. Student Body President, S ' 42 Jimmy Walters, GOOD-BYE On leaving John Burroughs I want all of you to know that these past three years have been the most important period in my life. I could not have hoped for a hap- pier ending than serving my school as President of the Girls ' League. Whatever measure of success I have had is due to the generous help of the faculty and the splendid cooperation of the Student Body. 1 will never forget the happiness it has brought me, the friends 1 have made, the fun 1 have had, and the experiences 1 have gained. But I won ' t say good-bye, for it is impos- sible to say good-bye to the things you have grown to love. Judy Hales, Girls ' League President, S ' 42 Working this past term with Mr. Eng- berg and Mr. Wilding has been a great pleasure, and an experience I shall never forget. 1 have lost nothing and gained everything during my A9 term at good old J. B. by holding this office to which you boys so graciously elected me. Ben Cowles, the Vice President, and Frank Roberts, the secretary of our Boys ' Council, have really been swell in plan- ning out the programs and assisting in many other tasks including the paper drives and the track meet. Now unfortunately for myself I have to say Good-bye. Good-bye to a great bunch of fellows and a swell school. Boys ' Council President S ' 42 Frank Mahoney, PAGE EIGHT
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EDITORIAL STAFF CO-EDITORS Jane Knox, Terry Geyer A9 AFFAIRS Anne Josephson, Barbara Grimsley HUMOR Sally Hackel, Bob Haves GIRLS ' AcnvmES Caroline Yarbrough, Lita O ' Neill BOYS ' SPORTS Bob Otto, Michael May ORGANIZATIONS Sue Shaman, Margie Klein PROOF READERS Babara Samuels, Ann Eiseman LITERARY Joyce Kalech, Natalie Krol, Jeri Herman Combining the efforts of all the editors, reporters, and suggestions from those connected ■with the Burr, the Journalism class of S ' 42 has assembled the semi-annual edition of the Burr this year with thoughts of bringing, you the reader, a small picture of Burrough ' s life in the present situation. ART STAFF Art Editor Barbara Burke Head Artists A9 ' s, Robert Balser, Mary Doucette, Jo Arm Krause, Janice Malsman, Joy Neyle Thomasson, Harriet Tyre, Margaret Williams; B9 ' s, Betty Gillespie. Cover Designer A8, Virginia Nelson The Burr art class, composed of outstanding artists in the senior grades, has glanced through the microscope of school activity and produced very real, yet at times amusing, results in the S ' 42 Burr. PRINTING STAFF Bill Box, Larry Bob, Don Carter, Robbert Christensen, Harold Derchan, Dick Earner, Monroe Gardner, Stanley Golas, Eugene Kapotasky, Jim Lasry, Jay Leanse, Gerald Romanik, Harris Sherline, Milton Sims, David Ward, Albert Weisman, Bob Weyl. PAGE SEVEN
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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS President Jim Walters Vice Presidents. Judy Hales, Frank Mahoney Secretary . . . Jackie Swarthout SPONSORS Watching, guiding and always looking for ways to improve the operations of the Board of Control are the three sponsors. Miss Howell, Mrs. Spivey and Mr. Corley. Miss Howell, who also sponsors the Civics Club is indispensable and her pres- ence at the meetings is always appreci- ated. Mrs. Spivey and Mr. Corley also aid in the many problems that arise. These, along with the honorary mem- bers, are what compose and make the Board of Control a smooth-running group. BOARD OF CONTROL The Board of Control, like the wheels of a constantly moving piece of machinery, works tirelessly at the ever-accumulating job of solving J. B. problems. It is composed of students who have been elected to their various offices, led by the President of the Student Body and sponsored by Miss Howell. The Board has accomplished much this term, doing such things as backing up the Frizzle campaign, supporting various drives and endeavoring to create a more friendly attitude between the grades. BOARD OF CONTROL PAGE NINE
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