Willard Middle School - Target Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1948

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STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council of Willard School has been in effect lor many years. It consists of one repre- sentative from each advisory, all of the Student Body oiiicers, and the commissioners. The meetings are held every other Monday, with the President presiding. All business of the Student Body is taken care of at these meetings, reports being given by the com- missioners, and future plans die cussed. PRINCIPAL'S CABINET TARGET STAFF

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CLASS PROPHECY We certainly have celebrities here tonight. Andrew Nozaka just swam in from the Orient, where he is acting as Prime Minister for the United States. My! He looks wet! We'll all learn the latest about Hollywood's stars now that Hedda johnson, better known to you as Kathleen, has arrived. Her program and column appears in the Saunder's Daily NeWs. Sanford's paper is really doing well. It has a reading circulation of 280 million. The papers are flown to India, South America, Africa and the Orient daily. As james Benefield, the man of distinction, has told us many times, No better paper can be found anywhere, that is if you don't look. We are glad to see Ursula Herman and Ioan Williams here tonight. You mustn't miss Ursula's new show, Ursula's Piano Portraits. Accom- panying her on the drums is Ioan Williams, who studied with the natives in Africa for five years to lean unusual rhythms. Looking out of the windows, we see a gleam in the distant sky. It's the hottest rod ever, owned, invented, and operated by that wizard, Drexel Gaw. He has broken all speed records and laws and l'm afraid that Percy is getting a little upset. just entering a little late because of ten com- mand performances and encores are Betty Wil- liams, Victoria Turner, and Iessie Mae Howard. As we all know they have set the whole world afire singing their spectacular music, Boogie Woogie, that is. We must try to persuade their business manager, Lester Franklin, to let them do a performance here tonight. News has come to us that janet Heald, who recently traveled to 'Mexico to study snake foot- prints, has returned. After intensive observation she has come to the brilliant conclusion that snakes haven't any feet. My, what a scientific age of discoveries we live in! Frances McCrey just passed our table and are we glad to hear that her library of every comic book known is doing well. As Professor Curtis Bernard, in our presence tonight, said. Without the aid of the comic book, l could never teach my college classes. Talking of sports we can't help but think of Tommy Griffiths and james McElvane, the world- wide known professional baseball heroes. This season they are playing with the Berkeley Giants, managed by George Hiscock and Albert Martinez, and owned by Alex Cross. 1 What's that group around the center table? Why, everyone. wants advice from Dr. Lynn Anthony, formerly Lynn Ferguson. We all listen to her Sunday program which is presented by Virginia Lloyd's Little Liver Pills, which, when spelled backwards, reads, sllip revil elttil sdyoll. Word has just come to us that Marilyn Stevens, who we are lucky to have with us tonight, has reclaimed her title as Champion of the Tiddledy Winks World. Congratulations, Champl Everyone must be careful not to give himself away tonight, for that detective, Lloyd Baker, is on the lookout for the murderer of one of Richard Allen's prize poodles. As You all know, Dick is the owner of the largest kennel in the world, The Peppy Panting Poodles' Paradise in Beverly Hills. Ah! Another celebrity is entering. It's Glori- anna de Lormer, the famous movie star, whom we recognize as Carol Thomas. She looks lovely in a white gown adorned with 25 orchids. We are told they came from Lois Gatto's Nothing but the Best floral shop. Ursula Goldschmidt has come in with a few reporters. We all know how busy she is since she was appointed Chief justice of the Supreme Court. loyce Clark and Barbara lbsen, we find, are celebrating the third anniversary of the opening of their unique left-handed glove shoppe tonight. We almost thought they weren't coming, but here they are! Yes, we are talking about Alice Orr, the noted psychiatrist of horses, and Ioanne Moran, that poet of the musical toothpick, in- vented by Iohn Englebrecht and manufactured by Mabel Howard's corporation. Two invitations have just been handed us from our friends. The first one is from Bob Mariola, inviting everyone to drop over for a while to his restaurant, Mariola's Spaghetti and Meat Ball. l'm sure we would all love to go, Bob. The sec- ond one is from none other than the two merry candy makers, Edlo Miller and june Clapp, who want each and every one here to come over to their Sugar Coated Kitchen for some yummy confections after we stop at Bob's place. Sounds mighty good! So here you have the fate of the Class of Forty- Eight. lnn

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WILLARD COURT STUDENT CONTROL OFFICERS LAW AND ORDER WILLARD COURT The Willard Court is run on a plan similar to that of the Berkeley Bicycle Court. This term Mrs. lohnson has been in charge of the court as well as the Student Control. There- fore these two organizations have worked more closely together. The court's job is to punish those who violate school laws. Student Control officers give vio- lators tickets. The court tries the case and gives a sentence if the defendant is found guilty. The Student Control officers have been in charge 'of the new detention. This has proved very effective in reducing the number of de- fendants. This term's officers of the court are Ursula Goldschmidt, lanet Healdf Richard Turner and George Hiscock, the judges: Carol Crawford, bailiff, Maureen Haberman, desk clerky Claudia Anthony, detention clerk, Lynn Ferguson, chief clerk: and Leatrice Robarge, Iris Suttle and Fred Axtel, the sergeants. STUDENT CONTROL The Student Control is an organization of boys selected for their ability and their good citizen- ship, to direct the flow of traffic to and from classes. They are responsible for good order and safety in the corridors. lf traffic rules are dis- obeyed, Student Control members issue tickets to the violators. If the offenses are serious, the offenders are tried in the Student Court. Every member of the Student Control also serves for one week as a Iunior Traffic Officer on Telegraph Avenue. Mrs. Iohnson is the faculty sponsor. PERCY DAVIS Chief of Police of Willard Student Control

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