Willard Middle School - Target Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1933

Page 49 of 68

 

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Page 49 text:

Willanl Eiliicntion Week I ' roijrcim ational Education Week was observed all over the United States from Monday, April 24th, through Friday, April 28th. Willard Junior High School celebrated it on Friday night by exhibiting the work of the students of our school. Clothing was displayed by the girls in the sewing room. The boys showed both their mechanical drawing in the drawing room and their electric, tin, and woodwork in the shop. The art work was attractively arranged in the art rooms. The Willard Orchestra played in the library. Pictures of the physical education activities, the library, and classes at work were seen in the assembly hall. Members of the science classes conducted visitors through the museum, where Indian relics, rocks, shells, insects, snakes, and many other things collected by the Willard students were exhibited. The Airplane Club flew model air- planes in the gymnasium. The parents were very enthusiastic about the work done at our school. Let ' s keep it up. Dick Ellis. The Famous Frigate O ' er oceans ' waters she has crossed With hopes of victory. By oceans ' wafers she was tossed While biiilding history. Spars were splintered, decks were broken, Masts were shaken, too. At times like that no word was spoken By the brave, calm crew. Stately and proud throughout the years She lasts to tell the story Of men ' s ambitions, hopes, and fears That breathe of naval glory. Baldwin Woods. Old Ironsides The ship that we do all adore Shall sail the raging seas no more. Her sails all furled upon her masts No longer catch the wind ' s cold blasts. Her cannon ' s roar now ' s never heard, Nor soar the bullets like a bird To land upon her rival ' s deck And tear and mould into a wreck. She ' s anchored now safe in our port That people may of every sort Come see this ship so brave and old, That sailed the seas and was so bold. Robert Wattron.

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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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The Junior Glee Club The Junior Glee Club meets on Tuesday and Thursday of each week with Mrs. Osgood as director. On March the twenty-second we sang the following numbers for the Mother ' s Club: " Who Is Sylvia? " by Schubert, " I Passed by Your Window " by Brake-Lucas, and " The Gypsy Love Song " by Victor Herbert. On Spring Day we sang " A Brown Bird Sing- ing " by Haydn Wood, and " The Gypsy Love Song " by Herbert. At the St. John ' s Vesper Service, May 14th, we presented " Night " by Beethoven, " The Lord Is My Shepherd " by Koschat, " California Lullaby " by Seiger, " The Shell " by Schubert, and " But the Lord Is Mindful of His Own " by Mendelssohn. The members of the Junior Glee Club are Margaret Doane, Eldrige Maulsby, Nobuko Higashi, Ralph Ready, Russell Messner, Russell Pearce, Marjorie Cox, Elizabeth Richards, Evelyn Winder, Felicie Hammons, Mar- garet Meads, George Pettygrove, Edna Templeton, Adele de Fremery, Barbara Knowles, Milton Chamblin, Martha Eaton, Phyllis Gwin, Phyllis Morehouse, Lois Bugbee, Elizabeth Glasson, Betty Kirkman, Katharine Lyon, Patsy Whitby, Robert Jones, Ruth Martin, Virginia Miller, Evelyn Slusser, Gladysmae Swantner, Margaret Hole, Kathryn Scott, James Fowle, Nancy Ann Smith. Tussy-uillo ws Pussy-willows stay in their tree, All the day and ngiht, And when the snow falls down on them They turn all snowy white. I wonder why the pussy-willows, In their coats of fur, Are as still as they can be, And never mew nor purr. Louise Mackie.

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