Berkeley Hall School - Yearbook (Beverly Hills, CA)
- Class of 1963
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mgfOrder is Heaven's First Lawn
by Dorothy Roelse
Our class motto was beautifully
lettered by Deborah Bough,Mary Ann
Baker, and Linda Vogel. This verse
from Science 8 Health by Mary Baker
Eddy was introduced by Jon Drake.
Every day this verse is used in the
Eighth Grade room.
We have had six elections. Our
presidents have been: John Steele-
smith, Jon Drake, Deborah Boughn
David Greenwalt, Richard Larson,and
we have thirteen students with all
blue cards. They are: Deborah Boughm
Jon Drake, Diana
Vogel, Mary Ann Baken
Dale Crow, Kent
Bilsborrow, Richard Larson, and
Christine Sansone. There were twenty-
in two grading
six blue cards
REAQHING GOALS IN c1T1zENsHiP
by Diana Daniels
Early this year we enjoyed a talk
given by Miss Kathleen O'Conner, a
former citizen of England, on how
she became a citizen of the United
States. The gratitude and love she
expressed for our Constitution,
made us eager to learn about it.
Our second semester started with
the Constitution. Under Mrs. Hall's
expert guidance, we learned how the
Constitution was formed, how the
Legislative, Executive, and Judicial
Departments work, how a bill becomes
a law, how a foreigner is natural-
ized, and how to use and display the
Near the end of the year, we put
our findings into a beautifully
decorated notebook along with all
the pictures we could find of
Our Constitution study has pre-
pared us for becoming good citizens.
CHRISTMAS CHEER AT HOME Q ABROAD
by Richard Larson
TWO Eighth Grade customs were
once again carried out by the pres-
ent Eighth Grade. The sharing of .
Mrs. Eddy's Writings on Christmas
was carried out with a great deal
of reverence. It was shared at both
an assembly and the Christmas Formal
The Eighth Grade once again helped
the world's many needy through CARE.
A total of S35 was collected and
given to many countries. We received
letters of thanks from Mexico, Hong
Kong, Korea, India, and others.
Once again it was a very busy
Christmas for the Eighth Grade.
BRUSHING UP ON ART
by Deborah Boughn
We artists of the Eighth Grade
Class of 1963 have been working
diligently to perfect our perspective
of art. We have received wonderful
advice and guidance from Mrs.
Richards, our art teacher.
I For each Fortnightly, the Eighth
Grade girls picked a subject o work
on. For the Parent's Fortnigh ly we
chose Hawaiian scenes because the
Ninth Grade had perfected a few
Hawaiian dances for the Fashion Show.
The Eighth Grade has many excel-
lent artists. Don't you agree?
FUN AT THE PARK
by Mary Ann Baker
Our Eighth Grade went on their
annual picnic to Roxbury Park on
May 16. Here the class played base-
ball, tennis, and other exciting
games. Some of the mothers and
fathers helped to prepare hamburgers
and other delicious foods for the
day. The class returned to school
and went swimming from 2:30 to 3:30.
The class enjoyed their day and
thanked Mrs. Hall and the parents
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