Willard Middle School - Target Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1953

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STUDENT CONTROL STUDENT COURT The Willard Student Control, consisting of 86 officers and 11 ranking officers, is one of the most important organizations in the Willard School government. The Student Control officers control the flow of traffic be- tween periods and at lunch time, while the Junior Traffic Police officers control the flow of traffic on the streets, and the Bike Lot officers keep order in the bike lot. To get on the Student Control, you must be in the upper division and have a citizenship grade of not less than a " B " in all subject courses taken. With the help and cooperation of Mr. McClellan, our prin- cipal, Mr. Burke, our advisor, and the faculty, we have had a very successful year. I am sure that with their help the Student Control officers in the future will also be able to help greatly in the operation of our student government. I would like to thank the following officers for their help during the past semester: Captain, Jeffery Green; Traffic Lieutenant, Richie Langfield; Lieutenant, Peter Scott; Ser- geants: Harry Chandler, Ronald Uyeyama, Don Crawford, Bill Vaughn, Bill Marsh, George Hirota, Bob Berela. Bill Sung, Chief. The purpose of the court is to try pupils who are issued tickets by the Student Control officers for breaking the Stu- dent Control rules. The sentences given to the pupils for breaking these rules are not entirely intended as punishment, but rather to try to help them follow and obey the rules for the best interests of all students. All cases are heard and judged as impartially as possible. All defendants are given an opportunity to enter a plea, of either guilty or not guilty, at the time of their appearance in court. Sentences differ according to the seriousness of the offense. During the past year we have handled approximately 300 tickets that were given out by the Student Control officers. The judges also serve on the Berkeley Bicycle Court at the Hall of Justice on Saturday mornings. The court is made up of Mr. Burke, our sponsor; associate judges Larry Barclay, Ann Ruggeri, and Sally Lidstone; bailiff, Billy Sung; desk clerks, Myrtis Jamerson and Ann Roper; and sergeants, Kate Bermel, Carole Ovelton and Carolyn Marks. Bob Armerding, Chief Justice. 14

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TARGET STAFF CAMERA CLUB Editorial - I - nn R u 3 3 eri . Harry Chandler, I Larry Barclay, Marilyn Gelsvik (Tarn Gibbs Sandy Skaggs Tom Engelsing Photographic Robert Armerding, Deb Newhouse rt J Laura Biagi, Louise Dunlap, Marcia En- ( gelhardt, Ann Roper, Ronald Uyeyama Scholarship Society Bunny Estes Student Association Peter Herb Student Control Bill Sung Court Robert Armerding MUSIC Boys ' Glee Club Peter Herb Girls ' Glee Club Barbara Yates Band Roy Gelsvik Orchestra Martha Harrison CLUBS Art Patricia Ono Camera Robert Armerding Science Gary Machunze SPORTS Girls Susan Ide Boys Bill Vaughn ACTIVITIES Girls ' League Cheryl Olsen Block " W " Susan Ide, Paul Hill Rally Committee Barbara Ascher Junior Red Cross Susan Singer f Virginia Gee, Joann Thomas, Jean Typing -{ Thompson, Judy Jenkins, Connie Jones, [ Helene Corney, Nelson Gonsalves. ART CLUB This semester the Art Club has been meeting fourth period on Mondays, and is made up of only members interested in art. The membership is 30. Our officers are: President, Johnnie Chung, L-8; Vice-President, Ann Roper, H-9; Secretary, Pa- tricia Ono, H-8. In the fall term of 1952, we took part in the annual Hal- loween Window Painting Contest, the annual Red Cross project making Christmas posters and cards, 50 posters and over 300 greeting cards. This semester we took part in the Easter Poster project, over 30 posters for the Red Cross and the Easter Sunrise posters for the Berkeley Federation of Churches, Open House display work, Spring Day posters and decoration, and the Target posters. We also entered in the Scholastic Art Award and received two gold key awards and many honorable mentions. All in all, we had a very successful year for the Art Club. We will welcome new members in the coming year. Patricia Ono, Secretary. SCIENCE-HOBBY CLUB The Science-Hobby Club was organized for the purpose of sharing scientific ideas and hobbies among its members. The club has met twice a month during advisory period. At this time members of the club reported on the progress of their hobbies and on current events in science. Some of the hobbies have been displayed in the library. Gary Ackers was president during the fall semester and Gary Machunze during the spring semester. Gary Machunze. The Camera Club ' s purpose is to take candid pictures for the Target and also teach young photographers to take good pictures. The official photographers for the Target are Deb New- house and myself. We are given permission to go into class- rooms such as crafts, cooking, shop, and art, to take pictures. We also take pictures of school activities, such as dances, the Coronation, Spring Day, the Triangular Track Meet, and sports events. Also, the club has a couple of sly photogra- phers going around and taking pictures when people don ' t know it. The club would like to express its thanks to Mr. McClellan and Mr. Isono for their fine help and cooperation. Bob Armerding, President. DRAMA CLUB This semester Mr. Hughes organized a drama club. At first, twenty people joined, but the " Mask and Wig " membership has more than doubled since more people have become in- , terested. The first projects were to clean up the costume room in the auditorium and take inventory on what props we have. The club is getting under way now, and in the future we hope to give many good plays. The elected officers are: Presi- dent, Wendy Randall; Vice-President, Sally Rees; and Sec- retary, Liz Miller. The Sergeants-at-Arms are Terry Johnson and Lucy Ratcliff. Elizabeth Miller. JUNIOR RED CROSS We participated in many activities this year, including Flower Day in the fall and in the spring. For Christmas we made 122 menu covers, 447 favors, and 154 gift boxes were filled. There were 79 Christmas posters made by the Art De- partment, along with 301 Christmas cards. In our fund drive we collected $116.16. We made 52 Wash- ington ' s Birthday favors and 41 St. Patrick ' s Day decorations. The Art Club made 57 Easter posters, 19 Easter wall decora- tions, and 105 Easter favors. Also made were 50 clip boards, 35 cribbage boards, 35 lap boards, 30 wrist watch holders, and 30 spool dolls. In the sewing classes three dozen toys, and many skirts, blouses, dresses, and many other items were completed. Susan Singer.

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STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY The Student Council, composed of the student body presi- dent, vice-president, secretary, appointed commissioners, ad- visory presidents, and two faculty advisors, is the governing body of the school. It handles all business concerning the student body. All meetings are held in parliamentary fash- ion, headed by the President. The faculty advisors, Mr. McClellan and Mr. Sitkin, and the president, make the final decisions. Pete Herb. The Scholarship Society at Willard is an organization to which anyone may belong. Its purpose is to stimulate better scholarship among the students. To belong to this, one must have an average of 2.00 to 2.49 to make the good honor roll, and 2.50 to 3.00 to be eligible for the Superior group, and a citizenship grade of at least a B. The highest scholarship honor given at Willard is the Gold " W, " which is given to students of the Superior group who have been in the Scholarship Society through the L-7, H-7, L-8, H-8, and L-9. There is another honor, the Privilege Card, which is given at the end of the L-9. This entitles the bearer to special privileges. There are 182 members in the Scholar- ship Society. Twelve Gold " W ' s " were awarded this semes- ter, and 26 Privilege Cards. Bunny Estes.

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