Willard Middle School - Target Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1933

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The committee of judges was composed of groups of mothers, patrons, and teachers, and included Mrs. Greves, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Mackie, Mr. Mills, Dr. Houser, Mr. Fulmer, Mr. Hays, Miss Barrows, Miss Allen, and Miss Farwell. In spite of present economic conditions, hundreds of students, teachers, and friends participated, making Spring Day of 1933 one of the gayest festivals Willard has ever known. Financially, the affair was very successful, the complete statement being as follows: Receipts Receipts $356.88 Contributions $ 93.39 Disbursements 153.44 Luncheon and food sale 159.49 Ali Baba 78.00 Net Balance $203.44 Dance . . 26.00 Total -$3 6.88 The proceeds of the luncheon and food sale have been added to the library fund, the rest to the general fund of the school. W illard spirit manifested itself during these trying times perhaps more strongly than ever before, and Willard wishes to express to all who con- tributed to the success of the occasion, deep appreciation of their loyalty and support. Spring ' Tis spring, ' tis spring, ' tis spring at last! The winter cold and rain are past. The bluebirds in the peach-tree sing Their hearts away in praise of spring. The robin digs the lawn for worms, The blackbird to his nest returns, The roses bloom amid the thorns, And God the world with joy adorns. Ah, spring! that season of the year When all the world is full of cheer, It will not last always I fear, So let ' s be joybul while it ' s here. Hugh Terrier. Soaring Sea Qulls Their days are spent in the sea and foam. The blue of the heavens and sea is their home. With wings scarce moving they float by twos hike painted birds on a panel of blue. High in the sky with the clouds they are merged Then all of a sudden they feel the sea ' s urge. Winging their xvay to their watery home They play with the waves and ride in the foam. Virginia Waldo.

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Jean Porter, Arlene Vincent, Mary Carey, Dorothy Leary, Helen Hon- singer, Betty Graham, Charlotte Laity, Kathleen Fox, Leslie Lockwood, Beverly Cooper, Elsa Schedler; attendants, Annabelle Bassett, Mary Marjorie Beal, Cornelia Bingham, Betsy Blanckenburg, Marian Bushner, Happy Coyle, Betty Caldecott, Margaret Cowling, Mary Anne Delmore, Doris Dunlap, Janet Hartzell, Eva Huls, Eirwen Jones, Betty Lasher, Lupe Llausas, Mary McPeak, Lelia Rutland. Helen Schmidt, Mary Stevens, Bettv Taylor, Barbara Lee Thomas, Betty Ann Thomas. Virginia Tolen, Viola Wilson, Claire Snell; solo dancer, Emaleen Gordon; ballet I. Doreta AX ' hite, Zoya Leporsky, Rowena Stetson, Xarcisa Rhodes, Hope Valentine; ballet II, Audrey Belmain, Margery Skaife, Virginia Saam, Yvonne Bonniwell, Claire Thatcher; accompanists, Beatrice Maxwell, Erma Welborn, Betty Vance; electricians, Jack Smith, Julio Totoro, Victor Savage, Ted Rathbun. The festivities on Friday morning began with an open air band con- cert. This was followed by a repetition of Thursday ' s program, luncheon, a costume parade, awarding of prizes, and a dance. Prizes of boxes of candy and merit badges were awarded to Division I (Seventh Grade) : ist individual prize, Nancy Ann Smith — April Show- ers; and individual prize, Eugenie Hannon — Little Bo Peep; ist group prize, Florence Shea and Margaret Wright — Little Red Riding Hood and Grandmother; and group prize, George Gill and Bob Anderson — Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Badges for honorable mention were awarded to John Shepherd, Sue Miller, Marthel Greves, William Wann, Bob Edwards, Elizabeth Glasson, Rosemary Raybourne, Paula Bruen, Barbara Cochrane, Barry Phillips, Tomiko Harano, Martha Eaton, Doro- thy Dick, Mary Fulmer, Margaret Meads, Felicie Hammons, Patricia Xaess, Ruth Martin, Virginia Miller, Lois Bugbee. In Division II (Eighth Grade) the results follow: a tie for ist individual prize, Fillmore Eisen- mayer — Empress Eugenie and Alex Anderson — Mechanical Man; and individual prize. Davida Jane Larson — Spanish Flower Girl; ist group prize, Milton McGregor, Billy Olson. Sherman Hay — Old Man Depression and Hospital Attendants; and group prize, Carleton Cross and Charles Rappold — Prosperity. Badges for honorable mention were awarded to Bill Simpson. Winifred Coryell. Arch Brown. Norma Lindstrom, Jack McDonough, Lois Bradshaw, Hugh Steven, Richard Hirschkind, Anne Morgan, Eleanore Clark, Charles Evans, Rosemary Mcintosh, Billy Finley and Russell Terkildsen, Mary Marjorie Beal and Jane McCloskey, Marion Fisher and Blanche Brizard. For Division III (Ninth Grade) the awards were as follows: ist individual prize, Betty MacQuarrie — Suitcase Simp- son; 2nd individual prize — Bill Rawn — Prospector; ist group prize, Charles Rice and John Wilson — Robot and Announcer; 2nd group prize, Happy Coyle and Narcisa Rhodes — The Porcelain Twins. Badges for hon- orable mention were awarded to Stewart Mulford, Fernando Montijo, Jeannette Mackie, Beverly Starr. Fern Cook, Betty Hansen, Dorothy Davis, Bill Gaddis, Dorothy Smith, Charlotte Logan. Dick Ellis, Patricia Grady, Wayne Lashway.



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TARGET STAFF Editor Virginia Saam Manager Phyllis Mahon Associate Editors .... Dick Ellis, Janice Miller, Hugh Ferrier, Mary Carey, Aileen Minassian Assistants: Bill Andrews, Marjorie Barker, Helen Barry, Natalie Becker, Barbara Berg, Gloria Bond, Nancy Boyd, Elizabeth Burns, Dawn Cochrane, Margaret Cowling, Dorothy Ernst, Howell Gester, Patricia Grady, Janice Graff, Janet Hartzell, Bob Howell, Ynez Johnston, Mary Latimer, Zoya Leporsky, Leslie Lockwood, Imogene Price, Lester Ready, Bill Shuey, Patsy Stava, Grace Tufts, Richard Webb, Betty Weed. faculty advisors Mr. W. B. Clark . Principal Miss Christy Teacher The " Target " Staff deserves especial praise this term. They attended the meetings regularly and finished their work three weeks ahead of the sched- uled time. We regret that all the candidates did not win the coveted honor. We extend to them our thanks for their efforts and hope that they may be successful next semester. The cover and cuts, which add so much to the appeal of our paper, were done by students of the art classes under the supervision of Miss Strong. The posters which you have seen here and there about the building attracting your attention to the coming of the " Target " were generously provided by Miss Bolton ' s pupils. We appreciate the prompt response of the student body to our call for subscriptions. Yes, we thank one and all who have contributed in any way to the success of this issue.

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