Willard Middle School - Target Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1918

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THE TARGET 43 Miss Chevret, thanking children for money, brought for war orphans; " I thank you for your five senses " (cents). Conrad Lutgen: " Now, if I only knew where that ball was I could find it. " Miss Ellerhorst: " You held your paws (pause). Miss Atkinson: " North, you ' re fading away. " Evelyn Keehner: " Once we had a mother pig who had eight little pigs and twice she ate them up. " Miss Christy: " Where did Circe tell Odysseus to go? " Gladys Ingalls: " She told him to go to Hades. " Mr. Beardsley: " What kind of people would be found in the cloister of an 11th century monas- tery? " Helen Reed: " Organ grinders with monkeys. " Erskine Fullerton: " I saw a blackbird with red tips on its fingers " (wings). Gene Mclntyre looking at a pic- true of Mt. Fujiyama: " Oh look at Mt. Fujiminy. " Grace Foster: " There was a row of empty children (chairs) beside me. " Lawton Butler: " I know because I heard it with my own eyes. " George Gaw in H 10 Latin: " The Germans all held their shields above their heads and stepped on them. " CASUALTY LIST. Jean Dupont ate some German measle germs. And we though she was French. Teddy Agnew — Fell on his head. Hasn ' t quite recovered. Fred Byers — Suffering from Alge- bra. Clifton Agnew — Hit on the head with a Yi centimeter. Knocked into a thousand pieces (we mean the shell). John Burger — Has the all-fours. Theodore Soo-Hbo — Still buried alive ' neath a mound of books. Isabel Cooper — Still thinks she is sailing through the air on Pegasus. Food for the cannon — Marion J. Smith ' s curls. Counter Attack — When you have a substitute in history and she gives you a test. Deed of daring — When you guess at a definition in English. Hawthorne Grady in H 10 Latin: " There they threw up a great multi- tude of men. " Substitute: " Was Joshua here this morning? " meaning Yoshi. Substitute: " Who sits in that seat? " Marion Smith: " Morris Richard- son. " Substitute: " Is she at the piano club? " Dorothy Ritchie, translating Latin: " They led out the provisions " (troops).

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42 THE TARGET Dorothy Sargeant in History: " They were cursing along the coast " (cruising). Georgia Smith, translating Latin: " Today we went into the woods to see the white bear ' s maidservant. " Trammell Rutherford: " We en- countered a wildcat surrounded by her puppies. " Russell Calhoun: " Gargantua was a rabbit with a big mouth. " HOSPITAL NOTES. Mr. William Walton will teach, upon request, the art of laughing and growing fat. William Reiber is in charge of all the rest cure cases. Richard Dehmel will give free in- struction on how to use a desk for a bed, thus saving a needless expense. For the benefit of the conva- lescing, Mr. Lawton Butler will show how to listen to the History and do Algebra at the same time. CAMOUFLAGE. Henriette Zabel: " I can ' t recite, I was absent last Tuesday. Marion J. Smith: " I flunked in spelling Friday because I didn ' t get time to study it. " Miss Fisher: " Norwood, why didn ' t you do your work? " Norwood Nichols: " Because I thoug ht we were to look it over and do it orally in class. Henriette Zabel: " I can spell it but I can ' t pronounce it. " Erato Dehmel: " Ha-ha, he-he, etc. " Robert Dunn: " I almost put that, but I didn ' t. " Catherine Burke: " Oh, I forgot it, I ' ll bring it tomorrow. " Henriette Zabel: " Please just let me see your paper for a minute. — I was absent. " Miss Smith: " John, put away your knitting. " John Bogle: " Oh, just let me finish this row. " Laura Durkee: " I could do better in Latin if I wanted to. " Donald Gubser: " Someone was making so much noise. that I didn ' t hear the question. " Miss Vassaide: " How long did you study your lesson? " Martha Hanna: " I didn ' t look at the clock. " Curtis Wright: " I had a headache when Miss Harris gave us the test. " Emily Brown in History, after someone else has answered the ques- tion: " Oh, I knew that. " Mr. Beardsley: " Tell us some- thing about Philip of Macedon. " Dorothy Belle Tusch: " I can ' t tell you about Philip but I ' ll tell you about Alexander. " Elma Auze: " I know it but I can ' t explain it. " '

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44 THE TARGET Glory Haley, watching a man pass down the street with baby: " Oh, is that the baby ' s husband? " (father). Paul Albert, speaking of Ancel Keys: " He ' s my bosom enemy. " Finette Kelt}-, reading: " The cows (crows) are building nests on the piazza. " Gertrude Kendall: " Don ' t make me laugh, you ' ll make me swallow my gums. " Gertrude Kendall: " I wish I had a permanent chin " (prominent). Miss Allen in Drawing (speaking of Mary Parham ' s head) : " Notice how it foreshortens, just like a block. " Miss Farwell: " How did Caesar dress? " Erato Dehmel: " Well, he had a bald spot on top of his head and tried to cover it up with hair. " Mr. Beardsley: " What did they practice on? " Dewey Chevalier: " Dummies. " Mr. Beardsley: " Who were they? " Dewey Chevalier: " Their oppon- ents. " — Morris Richardson in H 9 Eng- lish: " Elpenor was lying upstairs, drunk, and he couldn ' t find the way down, so he fell out of the window. " Miss Christy: " By what name did Celia call herself in the forest? " Paul Barnes: " A lion " (Aliena). John Gibbs in History beginning to read copy of a letter written to Washington: " To George Washing- ton especially " (Esq). Frances Seymour: " Marrow is in the bones. " Miss Smith: " Especially in what bones? " Frances: " Soup bones. " Miss Vassaide in French: " Who tells the story that we are studying? " Raymond White: " An old fife " (fifer). Chester Winningstad: " With ach- ing hearts I strewed the meal. " Eugenie Schutt: " Straight home to Aegis — bearing juice they went " (meaning Zeus). Miss Harris: " What war work are you interested in? " Fred Byers: " German defeats. " Miss Atkinson in H 10 Latin: " What takes the place of cavalry now? " Carroll Steiner: " Tanks. " Erskine Fullerton in History: " One of the Greek philosophers was Dio- genes the sink " (cynic). Air. Beardsle}-: " Who was Scor- ates ' pupil? " Mariam Winfree: " Pluto " (Plato). Paul Albert: " Six cracks on the head for Roger Seguire. " Scott McKendree: " You can break your hand if you want to. " Mr. Beardsley: " What did the nobles have to eat? " Paul Barnes: " Oh, they had min- strels and jesters. "

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