Berkeley Hall School - Yearbook (Beverly Hills, CA)

 - Class of 1963

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Mr. and Mrs. Osherenko through their generosity have helped to make our annual a success. They have provided the magnificent cover, the center spread of four pages, and also the spiral bind- ing. We are grateful for their love of Berkeley Hall which prompted this generosity and helped us to present one of the finest annuals ever composed. BERKELEY HALL scnoot FOUNDATION ' BOO NORTH SWALL DRIVE BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA BOARD OF TRUSTEES Capitola Cramer Adele W. Horton Helen H. Hunter Parker Jackson Josephine E. Lewis Wallace Moir Chauncey B. Nelson William C. Reeder Gladys S. Rumage Mary E. Stevens Charles M. Walker Marco Wolff BERKELEY HALL YEAR BOOK STAFF EDITOR Steve Arthur ASSISTANT EDITORS Melissa Bosler Ronald Kri se l Christine Morse ART EDITOR Beth Hill ASSISTANT ART EDITORS Susan Attridge Agnes Montgomery Bonnie Nance FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. Ellen O'Connor ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISOR Chauncey B. Nelson PUBLISHER Joe Osherenko



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THE NURSERY CUTIES by Shari Bleichman, Melissa Bosler, Beth Hill Sh-h-h! Aren't they adorable, when asleep? Asleep or awake,the precious ones in the three and four year old Nursery are living dolls. We were easily convinced of this after our whispered interview during naptime with Mrs. Owen and Miss Giles the loving and understanding teach- ers in charge. Were we really ever small enough to fit on those tiny cots? The conversation of these little ones is always interesting,sometimes amazing, and often astounding: One little fellow happily greeted Mrs. Owen with: HHello, Honey Bunch.H Several little girls were sitting in a corner. When some boys walked up, they said: "Oh, go away: we're hens laying eggsln A small boy was walking along and found a stone. He remarked: HOh,look, here is a Rock of Ages. I'm strong like that.n And: HDon't kissln spank her, give her a Great activity goes on in our Nursery. Here and ule 8 life begins with fun They enjoy their sched- learning. which is as follows: :5O-9:OO Arr. School R Playtime 9:OO-9:lO Prayer Time 9:10-9:25 Juice G Toilet Time 9:25-lO:2O Free Play: the artists Of the times create clay and paint- ings unsurpassed in originality. lO:2O-lO:3O Music CThe lovely hymns of Mary B. Eddy are learned among other things.J lO:3O-ll:OO Clean up and Read ll:OO-ll:2O Rest and Music ll:2O-l2:OO Hot Lunch l2:OO-2:30 Those wonderful, soft relaxing naps 2:30-2:55 Reading: More Play 2:55-3:15 Free Play 3:15 Bell Rings 3:20 Readings as children leave for home. You are welcome to visit, except at nap time. Only reporters can do that. Thank you Mrs. Owen and Miss Giles. We'll be back again. Sh-h-h! THE GOLDEN AGE OF LEARNING by Christine Morse, Peg Savage, James Wait The Kindergarten, fantasy-land of play and paints, was once again vis- ited by three members of our class. Our visit brought back memories of playing on swings, painting, and even climbing up a slide the wrong way. This year's Kindergarten of twenty- one children is now preparing a pro- gram for the Mothers' Club. In this program they will sing a song for each of the ten school months of the year. This class of artists has even painted special pictures to illus- trate those months. There are pump- kins for October, Santas for Decem- ber, and bunnies for Easter. About the hard-working side of Kindergarten: The children are get- ting a taste of what school life is like by learning the consonants and vowels. They already know their numbers. Numbers are put on hats and then the children paste the correct number of colored designs to correspond with the numbers on the hat. I'm sure everyone will agree that Kindergarten is truly the Golden Age of Learning. Congratulations to Mrs. Scallan and Miss Scallan for such wonderful teaching. WORK, WORK, WORK by Steve Arthur, Doree Citron, Melinda McMahan nHow I wish I had an easy life like the First Gradersl All they do is sleep,paint, and play? This is often on the lips of many Ninth Graders as they trudge through their exasper- ating day. As I walked away from my visit with Mrs. Swan and Mrs. Savage, I was astonished and happy that I was in the Ninth Grade. Did you know that in the First Grade they have to make up their work? What is the reason for all this hard work? The Carden method! Just recently Berkeley Hall began using this method. In learning spelling, the children do not memorize words, Continued...

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