Willard Middle School - Target Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1937

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STUDENT CONTROL The Student Control, under the supervision of Miss Smith, has been doing such exceptionally fine work In mainfalning order In the traffic lanes between classes that the faculty has been entirely relieved of that responsibility. Of course fhey feel that a great measure of their success has been due to a very evident desire on the part of fhe sfudents to cooperate In the enforcement of every measure advanced for fhe best Interests of fhe school. Due to the opening of fhe gymnasium the force has been enlarged fo take charge of the pupils during games and dances. Since our assemblies are now held In the gymnasium Instead of fhe yard, they have assumed responsibility for the seating situation at the weekly gatherings, a task of no small proportions since the Student Body Is large and the seating capacity of the gymnasium limited. Two more lieutenants and two new sergeants have been added to the force. Experienced subsfifufes, who step Into a vacancy when a regular officer Is absent, have received the new appointments. The members of our Sfudent Control are doing an excellent piece of work and merif the praise of faculty and students. Officers: Francis Allen, Manuel Ambrose, Charles Apgar, Meta Baird, Frances Baldwin, Tom Barber, Don Bartlett, Floyd Becker, Dorothy Betaque, Eileen Blackwell, Orva Blaine (capt.), Roy Bobo, Andree Bonno, Roy Bradshaw (lieut.), Barbara Brightfield, Beverly Bruning, Allen Buckingham, Margaret Buck- ley, Donald Campbell, Chip Cheney, Naylor Cole, Jeannette Connick, Donald Cook, Shirley Cooke, Edward Coulon, Melba De Mingo, Aliceday Downing, Dick Duhring, Annabella Elkner, Clifford Elwood (lieut.), Lynn Farrar (capt.), Clarence Felt, Melvin Gielow (lieut.), Edward Gilman, Jay Guenthner, Edna Haggerty, Alvin Hambly, Holly Hammond, Harold Hibbard, Hisashi Higashi, Barbara Holmes, Ed- ward Howell, James Hoxie, Peggy Hurt, Mona Janney, Fred Johnson, Richard Johnson, Earl Jones, Mlt- suko Kambara, Marjorie Kight, Bernal Kirwan, Kathleen Kreitler, Ray Kruschke, Robert Laning, Delbert Laudel, Mary Kathryn Lee, Walter Lucas (sergt.), Elva Lynch, Malcolm Magruder, Virginia Merchant, Yvonne Michelson, Marylee Miller, Audrey Monahan, Carolyn Moore, Polly Morgan, James Moulton, Chester Murray, Audrey Jean Myers, Ronald Naess, Merritt Neale (lieut.), Harriette C ' Shea, Nancy Payne, Eleanor Peet, Frank Pepper, James Pepper, Beverly Perry, Fern Pruden (sergt.), Russell Rawson, Bob Ready (chief), Richard Reinhardt, Donald Remig, Edmund Richard (sergt.), Peggy Lee Robertson, Phillip Robinson, Rosalie Roderick, Leslie Rogers, Fred Rohde, Nicholas Rose, Mary Rosenkranz, Alma Roth, Erna Roth, Ruthelma Rowe (sergt.), Barbara Russell, Edith Savin, Dorothy Sayles, Ben Schuler, June Setterlund, Irving Short, Douglas Sinclair, Barbara Smith, James Smith, Betty Jane Soules, John Sproul, Arthur Starke, Elizabeth Stewart, Billy Thompson, Don Treadwell, Betty Udall, Ruth Vawter, Gordon Veaco, Robert Veaco, Jack Wallace, Stuart Watterson, Benjamin Weir, llene Wilkinson, Van Williams, Dorothy Wilson, Don Wood, Georgena Wood. STUDENT CONTROL COURT Improvement Is whaf we at Willard strive for at all times. With that thought ever to the fore, our sfudent court strives for Improvement and better traffic system In congested halls and corridors. The court continues to function under the supervision of three teachers who give generously of their time. The students feel that they are justly treated and have a wholesome respect for the organization. That the court Is a success Is proved by the constantly decreasing number of offenders who come within Its juris- diction. Considering the size of the school, there are very few sfudents arrested a second time. The court ' s officers are picked from oufstanding members of fhe Student Control and perform their duties with promptness and skill. A few of fhem, together with Judge Harrison, were heard on the Willard program at Station KRE recently. Taking one case, they exhibited the deftness of court judgment very efficiently. Reports from Interested parent listeners confirm our own belief that our Student Control Court Is an excellent way of handling school discipline. Court Staff: Jean Alexander, Babs Du Puy, Bill Gracey, Ruth Grove, Fred Holling, Frank Kruse, Jack McCullough, William McDonald, Arthur Morgan, Jean Paul, John Sproul, Gerald Whipple, Eleanor Jean Wood. Judges: Mr. Dunkum, Mr. Harrison, Mrs. Ivelsky. TRAFFIC RULES As you travel down the road of life, Obey the rules, keep to the right. Remember that others will travel this v ay. And courtesy ' ll make more pleasant a day. Jeannette Connick. » 9 «

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STUDENT COUNCIL The Willard Student Council under the supervision of Clifford Elwood the presi- dent of the Student Body, Merritt Neale, the vice-president, Margaret Connick, the secretary, and Miss Farwell, the sponsor, has accomplished many worthwhile projects this semester. Their first effort was to collect money for the Flood Relief Fund. Because of the splendid generosity of the Willard boys and girls they were able to contribute over one hundred and fifty dollars. Later twenty-five dollars was given to the Berkeley Community Chest, and a portfolio was made to send to a school in Germany. The theme of this book was the " City of Berkeley, " and it included articles about " Our Country, " " Our State, " " Our City, " and " Our School. " The letter of introduction and the headings were prepared by the German classes under Mrs. Colmore. The semi-annual elections for officers of the Student Body took place in May under the direction of Miss Chace and her election board. Registering and voting at the elections are splendid training for our future citizens. The students seemed to appre- ciate that fact, and a heavy ballot was cast at both the primary and final elections. At each election several advisories had a 1 00 per cent vote to their credit. The advisories are all well organized with a full quota of officers for each room. The president in each case is automatically a member of the Student Council with the vice- president or secretary serving as alternate as the occasion demands. Advisory Officers: High Seven: No. 20A — Alvan Altman (pres.), Virginia Berg { vice-pres.) , Cullen Chapman (sec.); No. 218 — David Cole (pres.), Robin Doughty (vice-pres.), George Dodge (sec.): No. I — Nancy Haven (pres.), Virginia Hamilton (vice-pres.), Willie laconetti (sec.); No. 202 — Joan Peacock (pres.), Betty Jane Pyke (vice-pres.), Ted Prentiss (sec.): No. 209 — William Rogers (pres.), Yukio Sano (vice-pres.), Glen Sturdevant (sec.); No. 213 — Jack Wolfe (pres.), Lois Turner (vice-pres.) , Bill Werum (sec.). Low Eight: No. 106 — Ellen De Journette (pres.), Andrew Craig (vice-pres.), Shirley Cooke (sec.); No. 3 — Wayne Hooper (pres.), Ray Kruschke (vice-pres.), Alvin Hambly (sec.); No. 210 — Eleanor Moore (pres.), Fred Moreton (vice-pres.), Helen Scott (sec.); No. 5 — Raymond Snow (pres.), George Snell (vice-pres.), Barbara Solinsky (sec.). High Eight: No. 115 — Audrey Beresford (pres.), Phyllis Koplan (vice-pres.), Jean Berry (sec.); No. 201 — Elsie Carter (pres.), Scott Blair (vice-pres.), Louis Fischl (sec.); No. 109 — Kenneth Mirov (pres.), Elizabeth Marshall (vice-pres.), Madalynne Lindenberg (sec.); No. 113 — Irving Short (pres.), Alma Roth (vice-pres.), Ernie Schauppner (sec.). Low Nine; No. 110 — Herbert Cantelow (pres.), Donald Campbell (vice-pres.), Esther Enos (sec.); No. 112 — Helen Halloran (pres.), Edward Howell (vice-pres.). Bob Lamborn (sec.); No. 108 — Robert Price (pres.), Frank Pepper (vice-pres.), Jamies Morley (sec.); No. 212 — Billy Thompson (pres.), Jack Wallace (vice-pres.), Tamako Niwa (sec.). High Nine: No. 205 — Ted Bruce (pres.), Phyllis Bliss (vice-pres.), Dick Barger (sec.); No. 214 — Ed- ward Gilman (pres.), Helen Grant (vice-pres.), Harold Galliett (sec.); No. 104 — Hood Harris (pres.), James Hoxie (vice-pres.), Sidney Kubey (sec.); No. 114 — Margaret Mugglestone (pres.), Veronica Neal (vice-pres.), Ed McCreary (sec.); No. 215 — Donald Remig (pres.), Eleanor Peet (vice-pres.), Edith Savin (sec.); No. 211 — Kenneth Terkildsen (pres.). Bob Thomas (vice-pres.), Robert Wise (sec.). Low Ten: No. 206 — Meta Baird (pres.), Lynn Farrar (vice-pres.), Melba De Mingo (sec.); No. Ill — Paul Crtega (pres.), Dorenne Paris (vice-pres.), Kathleen Kreitler (sec.); No. 216 — Robert Veaco (pres.), Mary Wucher (vice-pres.), Ilene Wilkinson (sec.) JUNIOR TRAFFIC POLICE The Willard Traffic Police Squad is composed of twenty-five courteous, law-abiding, responsible citizens of our school under the control of the assistant coach, Jimmy Pepper, who in turn is supervised by the head coach, Mr. Gremaux. Their reliability and strict attention to duty inspire a ready confidence in their ability as officials at their posts of service along the busy lane of traffic that fronts our school. The drivers seem ever ready to cooperate with their signals for it is most evident to the public that " Safety First " is the great aim of each and every Willard officer. They have striven and succeeded in keeping their record unblemished by misfortunes, and Willard is proud of them. Traffic Police; Philip Andruss, Edward August, Ian Ball (sergt.) , Wesley Bowen, Sterling Carr, Andrew Craig, Theodore Fieldbrave, Keith Gaisford, Charles Holland, Everett Kennedy, Willis LeCJuatte (sergt.) , George Linnell, Domonic Marcellino, Leon Marsh, Alan McGregor, Bob Pearson, Douglas Peasley (sergt.), James Pepper (sergt. maj.) , William Quivers, Dan Redmond, Elmer Richberger, Cyril Taylor, Kevin Varanese (sergt.), Eugene Warren, Don Wellington. » 8 «



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" TARGET " STAFF " SCOOP " STAFF GIRLS ' LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL W. B. A. REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL THE DIAMOND There are many kinds of diamonds, Some yellow, white, and black. But the kind we know and love the best Means baseball, bat, and sack. If the player plays his diamond. As the cutter cuts his stone. He must be steady, expert, sure, A sportsman to the bone. Our diamond heroes must be white With not a streak of yellow. For Uncle Sam ' s behind the game. No one ' s a finer fellow. Aliceday Downing. » 1 0 «

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