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GRADUATING CLASS Graduates Whose Pictures Do Not Appear Alfred Butcher June Frisbie Robert Muir Elbert Wells Francis Butts Elmer Lee Beth Van Ornum To Our Graduates H igh may be your aspirations I n this moment of your life. G od grant you meet your expectations; H ope and win in every strife. N ever let temptation blind you I n your striving for the best, N or forget the Willard slogan — E very day to stand the test! With our love we speed you onward I nto realms to win, achieve! L et both truth and honor ' tend you; L et duty guide from morn ' till eve. A s fortune ' s best we wish for you, R emember each day ' s work well done D efies defeat, makes dreams come true. Wilma Heebner.
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GRADUATING CLASS Dave Shivell Bill Shuey Mildred Simpson Henry Sims Glen Slaughter De Lancey Smith Lowell Smith Claire Snell Christine Snyder Patsy Stava Rowena Stetson Mary Stevens Muriel Stevens Annabel Stevenson Mary Sutherland Edna Swenson Pete Thompson Stanlev Tibbs John Tietjen Alta Todd Bud Tracy Wayne Treleaven Grace Tufts Charles Tyler Betty Vance Lyle Vanek Mariana van Loben Sels Glenn Van Ornum Arlene Vincent Marcella Waibel Helen Waterhouse Richard Webb Winnifred Webber Louise Weidberg Jack Westlake Gregory Whipple Anita White Joan Whitham Janice Wickline Jean Wilcox Norman Wiley Charles Williams 8
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CODE of ETHICS for JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS (First Prize) I shall execute my duties regularly to the best of my ability, partici- pate in the school ' s activities, regard my teachers respectfully, and apply myself to the extent that upon graduating I shall have gained in expe- rience as well as m the knowledge of my subjects. Therefore I shall aim: 1. To regard my instructors and fellow students with respect, courtesy, and consideration on all occasions. 2. To consider an honorable and trustworthy reputation one of the most important things in school life. 3. To cooperate with spirit in the various activities of the school. 4. To respect and obey the laws of the school and those elected to see that they are carried out. 5. To learn to make use of my leisure time, improving myself outside as well as within school hours. 6. To establish a certain goal toward which to work and endeavor to attain it. 7. To execute my duties regularly each day without fail, realizing that planned routine for work is one of the paths to success. 8. To display an attitude of fair play, good sportsmanship, and good will at all times. 9. To maintain and uphold the honor of my school, endeavoring to lift the standards to an even higher level by worthy cooperation. 10. To be loyal to my country and reverence my God. Willard students received the first, second, and third prizes offered by the Rotary Club of Berkeley for the best codes submitted to them in the contest for " A Code of Ethics for Junior High School Pupils " . The first prize of fifteen dollars was awarded to Heidi De Witt, the second prize of ten dollars was given to Roy Bradshaw, and the third of five dollars went to Errol Hatfield. We wish to congratulate them and ex- press our sincere appreciation of the honors they have gained in the name of Willard. 10
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