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TARGET STAFF SCIENCE-HOBBY CLUB Editorial Barbara Clement, Mike Mahoney, Eliza- l beth Gibbons, Peter Ambler, Robin Rich i Richard Jarrett Business and Sales Promotion ' Ruth Kosakura | Myron Smith Grove Thomas i Robert Hofmann, Bill Marsh, Photograohic T c i • j l 1 lorn hngelsmg, and members I of the Camera Club Art Donna Baird, Louise Phillips, Jeanne Reiche Scholarship Society Barbara Doyle Student Association Nancy Page Student Control Don Wonder Court Robert Fudge Music Boys ' Glee Club Bruce Rogers Girls ' Glee Club Alice Taylor Band Bill Stricklin Orchestra Carolyn Austin Sports Girls Nancy Hickox Boys Sandy Kaya Activities Girls ' League Caroline Haven Block " W " Judy Kinsell, Richard Jarrett Rally Committee Howard Young Junior Red Cross Susan Singer Tvninn 1 Judy Kinsell, Barbara Littlejohn, Pat Bill- ington, Marie Sanchez, DorisTrufant ART CLUB The Art Club, made up of students interested in art, meets fourth period on Tuesdays. The club has done service work for the Red Cross. Some of the things are as follows: 375 greeting cards, posters, 60 posters for Christmas, 50 posters for Easter, an International project, the decorations for the March faculty meeting, the graduation decora- tions, and assistance in making the Target. The Art Club has done a wonderful job this year. It will do even better in the coming years. FRIENDS OVERSEAS The Friends Overseas Club was formed in the early part of this year. The officers are Bobbie Lee Preddy, Penelope Wolf and Helen Tahefuji. The purpose of the club is to encourage correspondence with boys and girls of other countries. Membership to date is 35. Membership is restricted to H-7, L-8, and H-8 students. The Science-Hobby Club was organized at Willard this year to encourage students to develop worth- while hobbies. The meetings have been devoted to sharing hob- bies with one another. In the future, it is planned to have an annual hobby show. JUNIOR RED CROSS The Willard Junior Red Cross has had a very suc- cessful year. It started out last summer by sending Roger Miller as a delegate to the Junior Red Cross Summer Training Camp. He has served very effec- tively as president during the past year. Roger was also elected to the presidency of the Berkeley-Albany Junior Red Cross Council. In the fall Willard carried out the following proj- ects: 225 Christmas toys were collected for Berkeley ' s needy children; 203 Christmas gift boxes were col- lected for shipment overseas; 375 Christmas cards and 60 Christmas posters were made by the art classes for the Veterans ' Hospital at Oak Knoll; 40 articles were made in the sewing classes for the Red Cross. Bob Hoffman and Barbara Clement collabor- ated on an article to be sent in to the JRC Journal (the article describes our Christmas poster project). Mrs. Kellogg ' s and Miss Bonney ' s Glee Clubs partici- pated in the International Music project. In the spring semester the H-7 Science classes carrired out a rat-feeding experiment for the purpose of studying nutrition. The Science classes also took part in the Junior Red Cross Blood program. The Art classes made 50 posters for Oak Knoll ' s Easter Ob- servance. They also participated in the International Art Project, decorated tin cans for flower vases, and made posters for Flower Day. Willard collected $52.42 to be donated to the Junior Red Cross. We had a Flower Day in which we collected flowers for the Veterans ' Hospital. We collected pocket books. The sewing classes made dresses, layettes and stuffed toys. The following people served as our Junior Red Cross Council at Willard: Roger Miller, Bill Dillon, Sharon Chan, May Hessing, and Susan Singer. These people have spent many hours in planning and help- ing to successfully carry out the many projects at Willard. Our thanks to all students and teachers who helped with the Junior Red Cross program. 13
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STUDENT CONTROL The Student Control is an organization to help serve the student body. It is made up of boys selected for their reliability, dependability and citizenship. In the school proper, the Student Control keeps order in the halls, issuing tickets to those who refuse to obey and follow the rules. They also guard the bikes in the bike lot and serve three weeks a semester as Junior Traffic Police out on the streets, directing traffic and guarding you while you cross the streets. We have had a good term this year and I want to thank all the officers who worked with me. My rank- ing officers have been: Capt. Richard Jarrett, Lieut. Fred Nakamura, Lieut. James Hunter, Sgt. Mike Mahoney, Sgt. Bill Erwin, Sgt. Harry Chandler, Sgt. Gary Wood, Sgt. Gerald Millward, Sgt. Taka Kawa- kami, Sgt. Anatol Eberhard. Don Wonder, Chief of Police. STUDENT COURT The purpose ot the court is to try pupils who are issued tickets by the Student Control officers for in- fractions of the Student Control rules. In sentencing these pupils we do not try to punish them or give them harsh sentences. Offenders are judged fairly and the individual sentences differ according to the seriousness of the offense. During the past year we have handled ap- proximately 200 tickets for infractions of the Stu- dent Control rules. The judges also serve on the Berkeley Bicycle Court at the Hal! of Justice on Saturday mornings. The court is made up of Mr. Burke, our sponsor, my associate judges, Peter Ambler, Joyce Heina- men and Donna Baird, Bailiff Don Wonder, Desk Clerk Mary Fittinghoff, Detention Clerks Jean Sar- kela, Karen Trice, and Sally Lidstone, and Sergeant Dorothy Schafer. Bob Fudgei ch ; ef Jus+ice Willard Student Court. 14
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