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STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council at Willard discusses and handles all business concerning the student body. This council is a vital part of Willard ' s student gov- ernment. It is composed of the president, vice-presi- dent, secretary, advisory representatives and student commissioners. Mr. McClellan is the faculty advisor. The student body president presides over all Stu- dent Council meetings. The president and the faculty advisor make final decisions on all mafters of the student body. All meetings are conducted in parlia- mentary fashion. Nancy Page, President. SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY A very important organization at Willard is the Scholarship Society. Anyone with a " B " average or above is eligible for membership. Awards are given each year. In order to receive a certificate for good scholarship, students must obtain grade points of from 2.00 to 2.45. Students obtaining grade points of from 2.50 to 3.00 receive a certificate for superior scholarship. Students on Superior Scholarship through Low 9, receive a gold " W, " the highest award given. If these pupils maintain their superior grades in the High 9, they may keep the gold " W. " Another award, special privilege cards, are issued to High 9 students who have always been on Superior Scholarship. These cards permit the owner to go to his locker from a class, leave the room on the first bell, go to the library without a pass, and leave his advisory to see another teacher. There are 204 members of fhe Scholarship Scciefy this year. Thirteen students received the gold " W. " Barbara Doyle. 15
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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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GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB The Girls’ Glee Club has had a very successful year under the excellent leadership of Miss Bonney. We sang Christmas songs for the P.-T.A. and for the school. We also made a record for the Red Cross, singing one of our Christmas numbers, " Yuletide Is Here, " a Swedish dance carol. We were pleased when the Red Cross director complimented us on our beautiful tone quality. Our officers were Janelle Carr, Gweneilen Jones and Joy Cox. This spring we have participated in the Spring Concert, Open House and the Music Festival at the Berkeley Community Theater. The three Junior High School glee clubs combined for the festival. We have enjoyed learning a variety of songs under the ex- pert guidance of Miss Bonney. Dorothy Stanley and Jackie Hineline have assisted me as officers this term. Alice Taylor. BOYS ' GLEE CLUB The Boys’ Glee Club, one of the most popular or- ganizations of Willard, has come through another very successful year. Under the excellent direction of Mrs. Edna Kellogg, and with the full cooperation of the boys, we have had the pleasure of singing on many occasions. We sang Christmas Carols for the December P.-T.A. meeting, and for the student body. We felt very honored at being invited to sing for the Rotary Club luncheon at the Hotel Shattuck on January 23. Also among our programs was the Spring Concert on April 24, and the Berkeley Schools Pageant on May 22, which was held at the Berkeley High School auditorium. The Glee Club consists of 90 members who all have very good voices. With their help, and that of my fellow officers, Dave White, vice-president, and Mike Mahoney, secretary, it has been easy to work along with the boys and I enjoyed every bit of it. Bruce Rogers. 16
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