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Willard Faculty and Office Corps Mr. Hayes (Principal), Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. Allen, Mr. Ball, Mrs. Bast, Mrs. Berry, Miss Blumert, Mr. Boehne, Mr. Bowles, Miss Chace, Miss Christy, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Conrad, Miss Daniel, Miss Dart, Mrs. Davie (School Nurse), Mrs. .Denny, Miss Farwell (Counselor), Miss Fraser (Sec- retary), Mrs. Gavin, Miss Gifford, Mr. Gremaux, Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Hoskins, Mrs. Ivelsky, Miss Johanson (Attendance Officer), Mrs. John- son, Mrs. Kellogg, Mr. Keran, Mrs. Lamiman, Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Malm- sten, Mr. Rice, Mrs. Russ (Counselor), Mr. Salisbury, Mr. Schoenfeld, Miss Smith, Miss Streightif, Mrs. Underhill, Miss Vaissade, Mr. Wylde (Counselor), Miss Wynne. OUR BERKELEY We gaze upon the rolling hills, We look across the bay. We watch Aurora ' s chariot And see the close of day. We watch the big ships come and go, Their wakes the waters churn. We see the seagulls flying high. They dive, they wheel, they turn. But best of all we like to see The places near and dear, Our homes and churches, schools and parks, And factories in full gear. We walk along our Berkeley streets And talk to passers-by. We know a victory ' s coming, And there ' ll be a brighter sky. ELMER WHEELER.
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MR. C. K. HAYES, Principal CITIZENS OF WILLARD: Berkeley, a truly great city, " built upon a hill, " a place where founders ' ideals and dreams have been transmuted into homes, a cultural center which is ours to cherish and to promote, to keep great, and to make greater. With you, the leaders of tomorrow, I wish to share a great thought from Walt Whitman: Nothing endures but personal qualities. What do you think endures? Do you think a great city endures? Or a teeming manufacturing state? or a prepared con- stitution? or the best built steamships? Or hotels of granite and iron? or any chef-d ' oeuvres of engineering, forts, armaments? Away! these are not to be cherished for themselves, They fill their hour, the dancers dance, the musicians play for them, The show passes, all does well enough of course, All does very well till one flash of defiance. A great city is that which has the greatest men and women, If it be a few ragged huts it is still the greatest city in the whole world. " What Endures? " — Walt Whitman. C. K. HAYES, Principal. DAVID AMBROSE FROM WILLARD ' S PRESIDENT: " Our best — no less " has been our slogan, and Willard has aimed to live up to it. We have been constantly inspired in the fulfillment of this aim by the beauties and the many civic and educational ad- vantages afforded us in this city in which we live, Berkeley. Willard dedicates this issue of the " Target " to this city and wishes to express its sincere thanks and appreciation to City Man- ager Chester C. Fisk for the privilege of using the design of the City Seal on the title page and to the Berkeley Chamber of Com- merce for our Berkeley pictures. DAVID AMBROSE. BERKELEY, MY HOME, MY OWN Wide green hills rise into the sky, While nestled close to their sides, Is a city of peace and harmony Where friendliness ever abides. Birds joyously sing in trees lining the streets, On the campus ' green grounds we may roam, But it ' s love and happiness lingering there That make Berkeley my home, my own. ANN HUTCHINSON.
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STUDENT GOVERNMENT The Council and Senate have striven to measure up to their re- sponsibilities. They stabilized the cleanup spirit, guided Willard ' s Junior Red Cross efforts, played an efficient part in the sugar ration- ing registration, and intensified the spirit of loyalty and cooperation in the student assemblies which they sponsored. COUNCIL Howard Albertsen, David Ambrose, John Andrews, Patricia Bram- ming, Bill Byers, Eric Cochrane, Richard Comstock, Joan Fletcher, Peter Goldschmidt, Peggy Hoyt, Peter Johnson, Peggy Linforth, Arthur Martinson, Mary McEneaney, Sally Miller, David Moran, June Nelson, Eulalia Vering, Ruth Wood. SENATORS Howard Albertsen, Walter Brennan, Charles Cochrane, Richard Cotter, Peter Falconer, Suzanne Geary, Jeanne Gedda, Jacqueline Grover, Lorene Howson, Bob Hunter, Fred Hutchinson, Michio Kat- sura, Mary Macaulay, Betty Ann Mackay, Andrew Mirov, Lael Mun- ster, Janet Pierce, Mary Procter, Bill Pryor, Kinnear Smith, Virginia Smith, Susan Trescher, Edward von Adelung, Coleena Wade, Hisako Yoshi. SENATE ALTERNATES Eleanor Agabashian, Pauline Aitken, Billy Arbios, Joyce Berglund, Patricia Champlain, Peggy Cunningham, Ray Davis, Vance Dickinson, Ray Gaisford, Bruce Geerneart, Betty Gordon, Ted Hollister, Joyce Kennard, Helen Moore, Eloise Nichols, Desmond Owen, John Peters, Dick Ready, Virginia Roberts, Bob Sellers, Alice Thompson. BERKELEY DOES ITS PART Berkeley ' s a town of the brave and the free, Where all of us, that means you and me, Are doing our part this very day, Doing our part in our own best way. Some are buying Bonds and Stamps. Some are planting Victory plants. No matter what, we all pitch in, So that we of America can win. JOHN HOFFMAN.
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