Garfield Junior High School - Gleaner Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)
- Class of 1941
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GARFIELD SPRING imi GARFIELD GLEANER SPRING 1941 DEDICATION THIS COPY OF THE GLEANER IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO OUR PRINCIPAL, OLIVER C. LAWSON OUR STAUNCH AND UNDERSTANDING FRIEND PUBLISHED BY THE GARFIELD STUDENT ASSOCIATION GARFIELD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA OUR PRINCIPAL In a few days another school year will end and approximately twelve hundred boys and girls of Garfield will be scattering to various places starting on their vacations. Two hundred and sixty boys and girls will bid Garfield fare- well and be listed on the ever-increasing roster of the Garfield graduates. We can all look back over the past year and recall many pleasant times. Then we look to the future and plan for more good times ahead farther up the ladder. With confidence that work well done is our greatest contribution to society, we can go forward with hope and the knowledge that we can meet all obstacles and surmount them courageously. Your friend, OUR STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT As the Class of Spring, 1941, passes out of the portals of Garfield, it leaves to the students remaining a student government based on the democratic system. In these times of world revolution, it becomes more and more apparent that an effort must be made if we are to preserve our form of govern- ment. Democracy is of a two-fold character; its privileges flow to its citizens, but the life-blood that carries them must be returned purified by duty performed. If democracy grants privileges, it, also, requires service. Such a lesson is not one to be overlooked at Garfiel d. It is the duty of every student not only to render his best in his academic work, but to serve and believe in that form of government. If each does this, it will not only improve our school, but the experience gained will better enable him to take up the responsibilities of a good citizen when that time comes. In your hands, then, we of the graduating class leave this small torch of democracy. " Be yours to hold it high! " LLOYD MACDONALD. y Mrs. Kilkenny 8th Grade Miss Kidwell . . 9 h Grade Miss Martin ... 7th Grade GARFIELD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY MR. OLIVER C. LAWSON, Principal Miss Ruth V. Kidwell, 9th Grade Counselor Mrs. Myrtle Kilkenny, 8th Grade Counselor Miss Alice Martin, 7th Grade Counselor Miss Marie Thompson, Secretary Miss Azalea Almy Mrs. Kate Archer Mrs. Franklin Bagnall Miss Margaret Barry Mr. Everett Bliss Miss Emma Brubaker Miss Charlotte Brush Miss Gladys Collar Mr. H. P. Corley Mrs. E. Craig Mrs. Dorothy Davis Mrs. Margaret Dyson Mr. John Edwards Miss Katherine Fisk Mrs. Isabel Gavin Miss Rachel Gaylord Miss Beatrice Goode Miss Christine Groefsema Miss Alice Hamsher Mr. Guy Helmke Mr. Samuel Hughes Miss Helene Laurens Mr. John Lamiman Mr. S. J. Leland Miss Mary Lowrey Miss Alfredo Mally Miss Helen Martin Mrs. Grace Mead Mr. John Minzyk Mrs. Alberta Montagne Miss Bessie Patton Miss Elizabeth Patton Mr. C. E. Pedersen Mr. Howell Perry Mrs. Mono Piatt Mr. Frank Powers Miss Irma Riley Mr. Milton Roscoe Mrs. Evelyn Rowell Mrs. Edna Shriver Mrs. Iva Smith Miss Nell Stone Miss Harriet Stout Mr. E. J. Van Matre Miss Flora Wilson Mrs. Lois Young Miss Beulah Baird, Nurse Mrs. Mary Kibbard, Clerk Miss Mildred Nelson, Attendance Clerk Mr. H. Anderson, Playground Director Miss Ruth Krenz, Assistant Librarian Mr. Jack Hoag, Janitor Mr. S. B. Kimbell, Custodian Mr. Joseph Odom, Janitor Mrs. Bessie Petitt, Matron Mr. Charles Post, Janitor Mr. W. A. Prior, Janitor Mr. S. Sowers, Janitor Mrs. D. Menefee, Cafeteria Manager O o GARFIELD STUDENT OFFICERS EXECUTIVE BOARD President Lloyd MacDonald Vice-President ....... Margery Hiscox Secretary Pat Ball- Treasurer JunWanJue Social Secretary Anne Porrish President Girls ' Association . . Helen Baker President Boys ' Association . Dave McGiifert Girls ' Athletic Manager Betty Bates Boys ' Athletic Manager Jim Ellis Yell Leader Joe Stanislawski GLEANER STAFF £( itor Doris Thomas General Manager Ward Rogers Literary Editor Jean Hepfer Photography Editors Bruce Nelson Sam Goldeen Joke Editor Philip Emery Class Mirror Flora Mae Croze Nancy Clapham Baby Pictures Carol Keissig Cartoonist Charlotte McCord Cover Bob Bentley Mary Ilm.a Costigan Barbara Miller Typing Margaret Fay Assistants Bill McLaughlin Joy Petersmeyer Jarl Gerringer Photography Advisor .... Mr. Sam Hughes General Advisor .... Mr. Guy Helmke Contributors Betty Bates, Gillette Gordon, Jan Wan Jue Jeannie Tom, Bill Trampleasure, Florence Davie, Christine Haym.ond, Marion Jackson, David Cum-m.ings Justice Court Florence Davie, Chief Justice Jim Robertson Bill Porter Cameron Ninekirk Marjorie Mitchell Earl Homan HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Presideni Bill Porter Vice-President Irene Bradfield Secretary Barbara Miller H9 Bill Karpi, Norma Jean Eiben L9 Masam-i Oishi, Betsy FoUiard H8 . . Don Carmichael, Mary Eleanor Smith L8 Rudie Michel, Lucretia Prentiss STUDENT LEADER CAPTAINS John Cummings, Head Captain Marjorie Coles Bill Jeffries Joy Martin Jennie Lou IVleers Mary Uma Costigan Sally Hatfield Mark McKimmims Girls ' Association President Helen Baker Vice-President . Betty Murray Secretary Joy Petersmeyer Treasurer Doris Tliomas 9th Grade Program Chmn . Carolyn Palmgren 8th Grade Program Chmn . Maxine Littlefield 7th Grade Program Chairman . Joan Anthony Bicycle Court Marjorie Mitchell Bill Porter Earl Homan Florence Davie GARFIELD HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP LOW 8 Jo Ann Austin, Robert Baker, Edmund Bartlett, Elinor Bennett, Ed. Diffenderfer, Gordon Ellis, Dorothy Gibson, Lois Kidwell, Etna Kistler, Merrie Hall, Walter Howe, Viola Hughes, H. Carolyn Johnson, Carol Langlois, Doris Lipsey, Maxine Little- field, Jean Lonn, Anna McFarland, Barbara Mathis, Rudie Michel, Margaret Monson, Bill Morrison, Bob Morrison, Viola Muth, Cecelia O ' Driscoll, Don Pedersen, Marilyn Peterson, Martha Peterson, Thalia Polos, Lucretia Prentiss, Wheaton Smith, Jean Smith, James Robertson, Lois Rivers, Mary Ann Richardson, Barbara Reiners, Marjorie Read. HIGH 8 Bill Bailey, Henry Bakken, Paul Bell, Mary Bennett, Dorothy Bent, Marjorie Blyler, Phyllis Carlson, Don Carmichael, Jean Chism, June Collins, Miriam Colton, Decora Dwiggins, Doris Elliott, George Davie, Ardis Dresser, Rose Mary Dunham, Julia Elliott, Carol Fairclough, Rowena Fehely, Doris Fore- aker, Jimmy Marsh, Maradel Marston, June Kraut, Le Roy Maffly, Nancy Masters, Marian Meyer, Margaret Kimber, Gary Meinhold, Donald Merrill, Wilma Nuotio, Barbara Pattee, Barbara Plum-mer, Dick Rugh, Doris Schoening, Marilyn Shear, Mary Eleanor Smith, Nancy Starr, Adele Steiner, Ron- ald Stone, Jean Suffer, Elizabeth Titus, Eddie Van Kleech, Russell Waldon, Rich Weyeneth, William Wiesonfeld, Valerie Wilkins, Tom Williamson, David Wilson, Barbara Granger, Bill Hanson, Harold Harter, David Hartley, Nancy Hayashi, Shirley Hendricks, Shirley Herring, Charles Hoagland, Pat Hovvrlett, Marion Jackson. LOW 9 Marilyn Barton, RoseMary Bechaud, Barbara Bedvv ' ell, Ber- nice Bedwell, Peg Bergman, Ruth Bingham, Laura Bepler, Don Bird, James Bolte, Barbara Brelsford, Nancy Brovifn, Robert Brown, Elaine Brunje, Marjorie Butterfield, Barbara Button, Phyllis Collins, Beverly Conant, David Cummings, Anna Jean Domscy, Pat Dunn, Patricia Ellison, Ruth Elsbach, Dawna Erickson, Kenneth Evans, Norma Fantozzi, Betsey FoUiard, Barbara Fraters, Shirley Gaobler, Barnara Gustavson, La Verne Hagberg, Bill Hail, Kenneth Hall, Jean Hamilton, Merrilyn Harmon, Patricia Hawkins, Jackson Hing, Roger Johnson, Rodney Jones, Bob Judd, Lou Am Keck, Mary Ken- dall, Donald Lathrap, Barbara Llewellyn, Edith Miles, Eliza- beth Monson, Lyman Mower, Elaine Park, Jack Parker, Shirley Peters, Marion Pitts, Carol Plant, Dorothy Pollard, David Polos, Karl Potter, George Puterbaugh, Charlene Read, Martha Rushforth, Masami Oishi, Robert Rinchart, Jane Russell, Elizabeth Schneider, Margery Service, Bert Shiffler, Dave Smith, William Sharks, Margaret Stewart, Nancy Swain, Merrill Thruston, Neale Tveitmoe, Barbara Voorheis, Albert Wagner, Bob Wale, Jacques Welden, Jean White, Warren Winters. HIGH 9 Alice Aanestad, Mildred Adams, Howard Adler, David Arthur, Helen Baker , Barbara Ball, Pat Ball, Dick Barbrack, Betty Bates, Carol Bliss, Virginia Bowen, Irene Bradfield, Sally Burgess, Ernest Carlson, Barbara Carter, Dolores Chap- man, Nancy Clapham, Marjorie Coles, Mary Costigan, Alice Craig, Shirley Crawford, John Cummings, Florence Davie, Barbara Dickie, Elizabeth Eastman, Normajean Eiben, Jean Elledge, Celia Elmore, Margaret Fay, Anabelle Fitzmaurice, Margaret Gibson, Doris Goff, Alia Goubareff, Elaine Gull- holm, Robert Hatch, Sally Hatfield, Helmut Heims, Jean Hep- fer, Carolyn Hodgson, Karen Hoiriis, Earl Homan, Margaret Hutchins, William Jeffries, Jun Wan Jue, William Karppi, Robert Kcssebaum, Julian Keithahn, Beverly Kisley, Gloria Knight, Carol Lambrix, Betty Lapham, Marion hinder, Peggy Lindsey, Stella Linscott, Lloyd MacDonald, Doris Mainwaring, Joy Martin, Charlolte McCord, David McGiffert, Jean Mead- ows, Jean Meers, Helen Meyer, Barbara Miller, Marjorie Mitchell, Lois Muratore, Marian Nelson, Ans Olyslager, Carolyn Pclmgren, Helen Paquette, Anne Parrish, Joy Peters- meyer, Hslen Parker, William Porter, John Reynolds, Don Schueler, Charles Schurman, Audrey Severn, George Sheats, Robert Shields, Margaret Smith, Helen Stirton, Jaqueline Strieker, Doris Thomas, Jo Ann Turner, Pat Underwood, Ted Van Brunt, James Wagner, Beverly Watson, Geraldine Wil- son, Jane Zerangue. Alice Aanestad, Mildred Adams, Vesta Adams, Howard Adler, William H. Agnew, Jr., Donald Alden, Ruth Alford, Jon Anderson, David Arthur, Helen Baker, Robert Balfour, Barbara Ball, Pat Ball, Helen Bandli, Richard Barbrack, Jack Barrows, Stanley Barton, Betty Bates, Paul Bayles, Darlene Benson, Robert Bentley, June Blarney, Carol Bliss, Mary Alice Bonar, Xenia- Boodberg, Virginia Lee Bowen, Irene Bradfield, Lida Branstead, Helen Marie Britschgi, Dick Brockman, Mary Brown, Sally Ann Burgess, Annette Call, Bernice Callaghan, Ernest A. Carlson, Barbara Carter, Jack F. Cathcart, Robert John Cathcart, Dolores Chapman, Nancy Clapham, Elaine Clark, Marjorie Coles, Sherburne Cook, Donald Corson, Mary lima Costigan, Walter Cox, Alice Lyle Craig, Kay Crandail, Shirley Crav ford, Virginia Grossman, Flora Mae Croze, John Curnm.ings, Florence Davie, Herbert Davis, Lloyd Davison, Kayo Denham, Marian Dexter, Barbara Dickie, Barbara Dieden, Barbara Donahue, David Dunham, Robert Dunning, Elizabeth Eastman, Larry Eastman, Norma Jean Eiben. Jean Elledge, James Ellis, Celia Elmore, Philip Emery, John Fabrin, Stephen Farmer, Dorothy Faulkner, Margaret Fay, Robert Fikso, James Fish, Annabella Fitz Maurice, Ray Foreaker, Leland Foster, Geraldine Fracchia, Pearl Frick, Kenneth Gardner, Violet Gerrard, Jarl Paul Gerrmger, Margaret Gibson, Doris Goff, Samuel S. Goldeen, Jr., Marvin Gomes, Nancy Gordon, Alia Goubareff, James Green, Anne Guldbrandsen, Elaine GuUholm, Knowles Hall, Paul Hansen, Marjorie Harris, Lynn Haslam, Robert Hatch, Sally Hatfield, Peter Hayden, Donald Haymond, Helmut Heims, Lindley Henry, Jean Hepfer, Margery Hiscox, Carolyn Hodgson, Eric Hoeg, Karen Hoiriis, Rosemary Hollenbeck, Earl Homan, Joanne Howland, Gerald Humphrey, Janet Humphrey, Milford Hurtig, Stuart Hanner, Margaret Hutchins, David Imrie, Joyce Jameson, William Jeffries, Richard Jeha, Aileen Jenanyan, Clifford Jetmore, Marian Johnston, Donald Joyce, Jun Wan Jue, William Karpi, Robert Kassebaum, Julian Keithahn, Milton Keller, Lucille Kelting, Jack Ketcham, Carol Kiessig. Beverly Kirby, Gloria Knight, Karl Kroeber, Fred La Fortune, Carol Lambrix, Jack Lamborn, Betty Jane Lapham, Hugh Lawrence, Clifton Lee, Edward Lewis, Marion Linder, Kenneth Lindsay, Peggy Lindsay, Stella Linscott, Ruby Lougher, Lawrence Lubin, Lloyd MacDonald, Doris Moinworing, James Mansfield, Joy Martin, Kenneth May, Charles Mayer, Ross McBride, Ellen McCallum, Better ' McCellan, Charlotte McCord, Allan McCuUoch, David McGiffert, Mark McKimmins, William McLaughlin, Jean McNob, Peter McNab, Jean Meadows, Jeonie Lou Meers, Mary Lou Merkle, Helen Meyer, George Millar, Barbara Miller, La y-rence Miller, MarineU Miller, Morjorie Mitchell, Donald Mohr, Gloria Moriarty, Philip Mower, Lois Muratore, Eugene Murphy, Betty Murray, Bob Nelson, Bruce Nelson, Dorothy Nelson, Marion Nelson, Wallace Nielson, Cameron Ninekixk, Pat Null, Bertha Olsen, Ans Olyslager, Clara Orbiz, Carolyn Palmgren, Helen Paquette, Helen Parker, Anne Parrish, Clinton Patche, Edward Patterson, Donn Frank Pennell, Margaret Penrose, Loree Perkins. Joy Petersnieyer, Roy Peterson, Thomas Peyovich, William Porter, Clinton Eugene Queener, Charles Guthrie Rathburn, John Reynolds, Norman Rickli, Marion Rinke, James Robertson, Frank Robinson, Patricia Rogers, Ward Rogers, Lewis Heath Romey, Eloise Beverly Royeton, Patricia Ryan, David Sanford, Margaret Sanford, Bette Sauar, Dorner Schueler, Stanley Schulze, Charles Schurman, Barbara Scofield, Audrey Anne Severn, George Sheets, Robert Shields, William Allan Silva, Junior Simmons, Hazel Smith, Margaret Smith, Henry Smits, William Sowell, Joe Stanisiawski, George Starner, Lyle Stevens, Robert Stevens, Helen Stirton, Leslie Stone, Jack Storie, Claire Stout, Jacqueline Ann Strieker, Ernest Terry, Doris Thomas, Eddie Tom, Peter Gee Tom, Barbara Topping, James Turner, Jo Ann Turner, Dorothy Ulmer, Pat Underwood, Edmund Van Brunt, Talma Van Dorn, Gerarda Von Steitz, James Wagner, Beverly Watson, Jan Wharton, Joe Whitelaw, Ella Mae Wilkerson, Geraldine Wilson, Ann Winslow, Shirley Wise, Joseph William Wyman, John Windes- heim, Valerie Zander, Carl Zehm, Jane Zerangue. 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Stilts Teacher Corson, Donald Phoebe Freckles Feet Yardstick Tiny shoes Costigan, Mary Illy That tan Beauty Ha-ha-ha-ha Artist Cox, Walter Blondie Foxy Coxy Being lazy Midge _ Short wife Craig, Alice Bubbles Frankness Singing Evey Singer Crandall, Kay Okay It ' s o-kay Blinking eyes Miss Patton Trainer Crawford, Shirley Crawfish Blushes Flag raising Not telling Scout leader Croze, Flora Mae Femme Laugh Cuteness A man!!! Fashion plate Cummings, John Johny Brilliance Student leader captain. ..More badges Professor Davie, Florence Florence Chief justice Explanations Bob Stevens Debater Davis, Herbert Herbie Too tall Being tardy Tardy slip Street cleaner Davison, Lloyd Lloyd Sluggo Funny laugh A change Tax collector Denham, Kayo Kayo K-yo Liking Stanford A ball Standlee, Jr. Dexter, Marion Dexter Dopey Mails Rathborn Model Dickie, Barbara Dickie Legs Legs Stanley Movie star Dieden, Barbara Barbara Black hair Sister ' s poems Miss Patton Stenographer Donahue, Barbara Barb Fun Run-ins Mrs. Bagnall Teacher ' s pet Dunham, David Dave Cowboy Curly hair Doris? Love Dunnings, Robert Dunning Shorty Can ' t find him Length Ventriloguist ' s dummy Eastman, Larry..... Larry Anything can happen. His brother Mrs. Smith Janitor Eiben, Norma Jean Norma Dignity Dictionary Webster Einstein II Elledge, Jean Jeanne Shy.... 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Fast step Every needs it... ...Soup saleslady Gerringer, Jarl Charkee A Cheshire cat ..The grin Everything Gad-about Gibson, Margaret Gibby Bustling Talking A man Lectures Goff, Doris Doris Surprising Walk .To talk Lingerist Goldeen, Samuel Sam Camera Pictures Mr. Helmke Snap-shooter Gomez, Marvin Marve A sticker Left fielder A chance GAMBLER Gordon, Nancy Nancy Giggling Giggling A make-up Entertainer Goubareff, Alia All " A " Brains Test answers Advanced French Linguist Green, James. Jim 3 guesses Workshop 2 " Shirley Wise Guldbrandsen, Anne Anne. Woeful The $64 guestion Jitterbug music Never know Gullholm, Elaine Skeezik Soft voice Drawing More brushes Artist Hall, Knowles Hall Ladies ' man Dan Cupid Carol Gigalo Hansen, Paul Paul .Brain Questions Answers Quizzer Harris, Marjorie Harris Resemblance Dimples Just — Cigarette girl Haslam, Lynn Dah-ling I!yum!! Smiles Just " him " Just " him " Hatch, Robert Bob Curly Public address A gal Engineer Hatfield, Sally H-field i Algebra Freckles Frown Snake charmer Hayden, Peter Pete Panama Suits Pearl or Annabella.. A man? Haymond, Donald Don Red nose-um Algebra The honor roll .....Prof. Heims, Helmut Henie Accent Lockers Latin .Reporter Hepfer, Jean Hygeine That smile Puns A man Poet Henry, Lindly Lindie Big boy Missing flies Mary Pulton Gambler Hiscox, Margery Midge Sunshine .Vice-pres One sister A cloud Hodgson, Carolyn Carolyn Modesty Manners Rubber band .....Emily Post, Jr. Hoeg, Eric. Hog Pigs Big feat A racket. .. Tennis player Hoiriis, Karen Mrs. Smith Danish Name mispronounced A needle To sew HoUenbeck, Rosemary... Rose Hm-m-m-m Being slow Another foot Farmer ' s wife Homan, Earl Homan Don ' t say it Dignity Nancy Clapham Champ Howland, Joanne Joanne Sweetness Slow smile Nothing Teacher Humphrey, Gerald Jerry Blackout Sports. A girl? 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S. essay Nancy Brown Gob Keller, Milton Milton Artist Artist Patsy Artist Kelting, Lucille Hi Babe! Blondie Her hair White horse Circus lady Ketcham, Jack Ketcham Katsup Red hair A gal Blonde Kiessig, Carol Kiessig Attractive Figure Knowles Ice skater Kirby, Beverly Bev Hair Pun Diet Yell leader Kniaht, G ' oria Knight Night Well Day Niaht watchman Kroeber, Kar ' Loon Chemist Latin Chemicals Ph.D. LaPortune, Albert Fred A wink Winking New eye Neon sign Lambraix, Carol Carol Hair Study Two of them Do ' no Lam born. Jack Lamebrain Alibi Ike Bleach blonde Murray Crooner lapham, Betty Jane Jane Jean Algebra Mrs. Mead Not an algebra teacher Lawrence, Hugh Hugh A queer Stories Mary Brown Cameraman Lee, Clifton Clifton Jitters Recitations Egeus Orator Lewis, Edward ...Lewie Mr. Bliss Toyce Joyce Historian Linder, Marion Marion Brain Blue sweater " F " in French French prof. Lindsey, Peggy Peg ..Brown hair Quietness Whoops Wife Lindsey, Kenneth Lindsay Blonde -Blonde hair Mrs. Bagnall Typist Linscott, Stella Stella Have you seen Giggling Diet C3ym teacher Louqher, Ruby Woobie Tall Gleanor pictures Shrinker Wash woman Lubin, Lawrence Lawrence Baptista Bossing Margaret Pay Big boss Name Answers to Mirror Not ed for Needs Most Fate MacDonald, Lloyd Mac Tan President Nancy Tubist Mainwaring, Doris Doris Cute Voice Don ' t know Society Mansfield, James Jim Glasses Funny Charlotte M Screwball Martin, Joy Martin Devilish Those eyes Another May 17 Housewife May, Kenneth Kenny Shy Thisbe Outwardness Husband Mayer, Charles Charlie Scientist Bad grades Good grades Scientist McBride, Ross Ross Gloss Floss Get a hoss!! Boss McCallum, Ellen Ellen Face Story OH! BOY! ! McCellan, Betty Betty Dark Good reader A man Society woman McCord, Charlotte McCord Intelligent Bright cracks Jim M Good wife McGiffert, David Dave Good Boys ' Ass ' n P A girl Athlete McKimmins, Mark Mark Short Temper Another Mayl7 Dentist McLaughlin, William Bill " Toughy Toughness Tweezy 1 ! ! I McNab, Jean Jean Blonde Blonde hair Peter Wife of a meat seller McNab, Peter Pete Plump Fooling Jean Meat seller Meadows, Jean Jean Plump Writing R. M Writer Meers, Jeanne Lou Jeanie Cute voice Songs Swing music Bonnie Baker Merkle, Mary Lou Merkle Curly hair Baseball Gee whiz! Athlete Meyer, Helen Helen Prettiness Singing voice Nothing Firefly Millar, George George -Himself Snobbery Dave Imry Commuter Miller, Barbara Miller Smiles Art Art C Designer Miller, Lawrence Larry Red Alto New script Actor Miller, Marinell Marinell Surprise! Voice Bob C Miller Mitchell, Marjorie Margy Fun Likeableness A frown Whoops!! Mohr, Donald Don Quiet Quietness Firecracker ???? Moriarity, Gloria Gloria Wow!!! Ice-skating Can ' t say Prodigy Mower, Philip Phil Height Drums Mr. Minzyk Gene Kiupa Muratore, Lois Lois Sweetness Being Lois Push ' em Lois M. Muryhy, Eugene Eugene ? ? ? Mystery man Murray, Betty Murray Dimples Hair-cuts Lamborn Lady of leisure Nelson, Robert Bob A gentleman Manners To shout Quince Nelson, Bruce Bruce Good naturedness Latin Miss Martin Nice guy Nelson, Dorothy Dorothy Friendly Friendliness A boy Secretary Nelson, Marion Marion Darling Bianca Loud voice Skiing Nielson, Wallace Wally Dick Fooling arou nd Good grades Loafer Ninekirk, Cameron Cammie Girl-shy Hortensio Anne Hubby Null, Pat Pat Glasses Clothes Hair cut Actress Olssen, Bertha Lips !!!!.: ?? A guy Bachelorette Olysleger, Ans Ans Dutchie American English American Orbiz, Clara Clara Black hair Black hair Blonde hair Black hair Palmgren, Carolyn Palmgren " B " Clothes Another May 16 Zorina II Paquette, Helen Helen Buttercup Nails Nail cutter Singer Parker, Helen Helen Braids Sports Hair cut Playground director Parrish, Anne Parrish A riot Soc. sec Camie New York Patche, Clinton Clinton Short Girl friends Pat R Playboy Patterson, Edward Ed Hair Acting Jo- Anne Turner Butter Pennell, Don Don Miss Brush P. A Margaret H Dancing teacher Penrose, Margaret Penny Glasses Anything Anyone Bruce B. Petersmeyer, Joy Pale-face Freckles Smart brothers A fella Model Peterson, Roy Roy - O boy! Glub! Patience Grade " A " Peyovich, Tom Tom Tan Paler Tan Lifeguard Porter, William Bill Short Swell pres.H. S Pat Ball President Queener, Eugene Joe Small Can ' t say Nancy Clapham Uh!! Reynolds, John John Good-looking Eyes --A swell girl Working man Rickli, Norman Norman Black hair Drawing Bad grade Architect Rinke, Marian Marian Dinky? Talking Dinkeyness Wife Robertson, James jpie Face Blondie Sport clothes Another May 16 Good guy Robinson, Frank Frank Hair Wood shop ' Traps . .. Wood Rogers, Patsy Pat Cute Talking back Chnton P Swell gal Rogers, Ward Rogers Sun-burn? Censored Alice Lyle Lifeguard Ryan, Patty Patty Fun Jumping around Soother Giddy Sanford, David Davie Sister Sister Sister Bachelor Sanford, Margaret Maggy Brother Brother Brother Bachelorette Sauer, Betty Sauer Toughy Athletics Good grades With circus Schueler, Dorner Don Tow head Athletics Carol Bliss Gym teacher Schurman, Charles Beeze Bands Crashing dances Vesta Adams Singer Schofield, Barbara Barbara Cute Hair Cute guy Housewife Senimon, Junior Junior Eyes Good lookin ' Midge Secret romance Severn, Audrey L ' il Audrey Big eyes Dancing Anne Love affairs Sheats , George Touchstone Clown Algebra Circus Hubby Shields, Robert Bob Quiet Clarinet Voice In an orchestra Sylva, William Bill Dark Drawings A Camel Betty Smith, Hazel Hazel Small Sewing Length A seamstress Smith, Margaret Maggie Hair Accordion Accordion Accordionist Smits, Henry Hank Smile Trombone A picture Coffee-taster Soweh, Wilham Bill Pill Car Bath Truck driver Stanislawski, Joseph Joe Shorty Stare ■- Megaphibe Yell leader Starner, George George Mucles Baldy , Hair Prize fighter Stevens, Lyle Lyle Bad boy Throwing hammers Goodness Clergyman Stevens, Bob Bob Tall Height Florence D Gambler Stirton, Helen Helen Glasses Drawing Som e fun Ice skater Stone, Leslie Leslie Leslie Leslie Leslie Leslie Story, Jack Story Darkness Voice Pat? Singer Stout, Claire Claire Cutie Clothes A man Model Strieker, Jacqueline Jacliie Suits Roos Bros, suit Hinks ' suit Suiter Terry, Earnest Terry Funny guy Humor Gerry Wilson Gigalo Thomas, Doris Doris Cute hair Gleaner A man Editor ■Pom, Eddie Eddie Black hair Running. A gal Track man Tom, Gee... Gee Gee Gee -Smartness A gal Track man Turner, Joanne Joanne Tall Voice Ed Patterson Shopper Ulmer, Dorothy Dorthy It ' s broken Accordion Another Doris Nurse Underwood, Pat Pat Eyelashes Singing lessons John Cummings Opera star Van Brunt, Ted Ted Baby face .Stories Nancy Doctor Von Steitz, Gerarda Gerarda Mirror full Ahem! Silence Scientist , Wagner, James Jimmy A boy Vesta A pin? Tysander Watson, Beverly Beverly Pug nose Typing Comb Typist Wharton, Betty Jan Flirt White lies Haberdasher Haberdasher Whitelaw, Joe Joe Good-looking Eyelashes Carl Zemm Actor Wilkerson, Ella Mae. Ella Mae Umn Stories ha ha L ' il Abner (Cinder)ella Wilson, Geraldine Gerry Bob Perfecto! Singer Berkeley Hi!! Ginny Simms Winslow, Alan Wins Good competition Saxophone Marg. Fay Bootblack Wise, Shirley Shirley Short Her brother Langille Fiddle player Wiser, Ray Ray Sun ray Hey! Pay Gay Ray Wyman, Joe Joe Freckles Tennis To win The winnah Windersheim, Johnh Wendy Bands Accent A German frau Citizen Zander, Valerie Valerie Rich Gum supply To chew Society Zehm, Karl Karl Babista Being tardy Mrs. Archer Comedian Zerangue, Jane Jane Braidminus Puck Rolling pin Ballet dancer Eastman, Elizabeth Dizzy Lipstick Hair-combing Someone Old maid A PARODY ON " AMERIA THE BEAUTIFUL " Or, Ode to L. M. Oh, beautiful for shoulders broad, For smile of flashing hue. For lashes curling, long, and dark, ' Round eyes of grayish blue. Oh, beautiful for tuba played With skill of first degree. For personality that charms Some people, such as me. Oh, beautiful for tousled hair, A golden brownish shade. For sweaters with block G ' s and stripes, Through athletics made. Oh, beautiful for muscles hard, For form so strong and tall, My heart jumps each time that I Pass by you in the hall. Oh, beautiful with all these things, For high mentality. All this is true, but why do you Like them instead of me? Bob Sutherland: " What ' s that piece of string tied around your finger for? " Bozo W.: " That ' s a knot. Forget-me-not is a flower; with flour we make bread, and with bread we eat cheese. This is to remind me to buy pickled onions. " Anne Parrish: " Do you believe that clothes make the man? " Betty Murray: " Well, a good suit has made many a lawyer. " Mrs. Mead: " Arithmetic is an exact science. Figures can ' t lie. For instance, if one man can build a house in 12 days, 12 men can build it in one. " Jerry Wilson: " Then 288 men can build it in one hour, 17,280 in one minutes, or 1,036,800 in one second. " Miss Lowery: " Why does the cream rise to the top of the milk? " Joan Andersen: " So the people can get it. " ? He cuts his classes; in math gets D ' s. He flirts with every girl he sees. He falsely thinks he ' s directly descended From Adam Lazonga, with Romeo blended. He trips girls going down the stairs. He ' s true to you (as thus he swears. You think he looks you in the eye — He ' s really watching some blonde go by.) When you even spoke to a boy, he ' d fume. But he could chase every girl in the room. He ' s a rowdy in public and thinks that he ' s funny. His word is as useful as counterfeit money. Like calling cards, he distributes his pin. Those could, who have worn it, a union begin. He does as he pleases — the devil may care! (The devil, wits ended, is tearing his hair.) He ' s egotistical, unpredictable, Irresponsible, unrestrictable. Now who would fall for a guy like this! ! (Well, you can add me to the list.) Mr. Pederson had lectured on the various facts of communism, fascism and naziism. Then turn- ing to the bright pupil, he said: " Bill Farwell, what would you do with all these isms? " Bill Farwell: " I ' d make them all wasms! " Joe Wyman: " V hat ' s become of the hiker ' s club? " Don Schuler: " Oh, it disbanded. It was getting too hard to persuade passing motorists to pick us up and give us a lift. " Miss Stone: " What is gravity? " Bob Anderson: " Well, it was first discovered by Isaac Newton. It ' s chiefly noticeable in the autumn when the apples are falling from the tree. " Mrs. Bagnall (looking over Phil Mower ' s home work): " I don ' t see how it ' s possible for a single person to make so many mistakes. " Phil (proudly): " It isn ' t any single person, teacher. Father helped me. " BABY PICTURES— See Page 5 1. B. J. T. P.— NOT S. S. Troopers 2. Bell ' ll Ring 3. My Kingdom for a Horse 4. Model Club 5. Off that Bench 6. Hey Mac! 7. Swing and Sway 8. Stag Party 9. Short Bunt 10. Stand Still 11. Put Put 12. Assemblies— HUMMMM 13. Whistler 14. " As You Like It " We Did THE WORM I He crawls, he steps, he skims along the grass Plucking out his watch he frowns, He ' s late for Easter Mass. He frowns, he pouts, he makes an awfu l face. He ' ll have to hurry madly And muss his shirt of lace! 1 ' 2. Girls ' Fashion Show 3. Sadie Hawkins Day 4. Ditto-Those Feet 5. Brush Away, Little Girl 6. Sneakin ' in (see No. 2) 7. More Silliness 8. Even the Principal Must Eat! 9. Cafeteria— Good Garfield Food 10. Put That Down 11. Death Grip 12. What! Studying? II He sneaks, he steals, he tiptoes into church. At last he ' s finally made it but. There is no place to perch. He squats, he stands, he sits upon the floor. At last the sermon ' s over; He hurries out the door. Ill He crawls, he steps, he skims along the grass. Plucking out his watch he sighs, He ' s been to Easter mass. He sighs, he smiles, he feels much better so. He takes his time — goes home again. And rests — nowhere to go! THE SQUIRREL Whisky, frisky, Hippity hop. Up he goes To the tree top. Whirly, twirly, Round and round, Down he scampers To the ground. Furly, curly, What a tail! Tall as a feather, Broad as a sail. Where ' s his supper? In the shell. Snappity, crackity, Out it fell. LITE A R Y WHAT A DAY! The halls were nearly empty as I dashed into my class. I headed straight for my desk and slid noisily into the seat. I had loads of books on my desk so 1 took all but one and shoved them underneath. And then — oh horrors — I heard a crash that echoed and re-echoed through the room. It seems there had been no desk under- neath. Clumsy of me. I couldn ' t bear to look at the teacher so I reached down and picked them up slowly. The person in front of me squirmed, and it was strangely quiet. 1 thought I had caused enough trouble. I stuck my 4-period-old gum un- derneath the desk to join its two or three dozen neighbors of all sizes, flavors, and brands. As 1 came shooting up with my books my head hit the hard wood with a bang and a buzzing murmur swept over the class. Every- thing was pin then purple — then black. When I woke up 1 was lying in the principal ' s office. A strange woman was bending over me. She smiled. " Are you feeling better? I didn ' t know quite what to do when you fainted in my class — . " " Your class? " I squeaked weakly. " Yes. I was substituting for your regular teacher. " I guess I passed out again. But DARN, I wish I ' d saved my gum. FOR OUR FLAG There ' s a flag that flies above us. It ' s the symbol of our land And for that flag that flies above us. We proudly take our stand. We took our stand in ' 76, And again in the Civil War, We ' ve taken our stand many other tirnes, And we ' ll take it for evermore. " SUNNY " CALIFORNIA Shining rain drops, pitter patter. Oh, my goodness, what ' s the matter? California ' s lost her sun. The Chamber of Commerce is on the run. The track meet was to have been this week. But what did the sky do? It sprung a leak. REPORT CARDS Time for report cards is almost here. Before I get mine, I shudder with fear. When the teacher starts passing them out to the class. It seems like mine is always the last. If it ' s a good one, I ' m filled with glee. But if it ' s a bad one, it ' s too bad for me. No movies, no sodas, nor anything nice. For all of our sins, we must pay a price. Every six weeks I go through this trial. Thank goodness, it only comes once in a while. It ' s a wonderful thing for women, The popular permanent wave; Now it ' s up to some struggling inventor, To get out a permanent shave. Pa: " No, I won ' t buy you a trumpet. You ' d make too much noise with it. " Eddie B.: " I wouldn ' t, dad. I ' d only play it when you were asleep. " Jack Lamborn: " Is Betty your older sister? " Betty Murry ' s little sister: " Yes. " Jack: " Who comes after her? " Little Sister: " You and three other fellows. " A blotter is something you spend your time looking for while the ink is drying. Mrs. Mead: " You missed my class yesterday, didn ' t you? " Unsubdued George Sheats: " Not in the least, ma ' am, not in the least. " Lloyd MacDonald: " What ' s the difference be- tween the blue plate special and the white plate special? " John Fabrin: " The white plate special is five cents extra. " Lloyd: " Is the food better on the white plate? " John: " No, but we have to wash them. " " Joe has a glass eye. " " Did he tell you about it? " " No, it just came out during the conversation. " Alan Winslow (reading war news): " What does it mean here by seasoned troops? " Mr. Winslow: " Mustered by the officers and peppered by the enemy. " " I haven ' t slept for days. " " What ' sa matter? " " I sleep at night. " Pat Ball: " Whenever I get down in the dumps I buy a new hat. " Helen Baker: " Oh, I was wondering where you get them. " Barber: " Was your tie red when you came in here? " Mr. Powers: " No, it wasn ' t. " Barber: " Gosh, I must have cut your throat. " Said the large inkspot to the little inkspot: " Why are you blue? " Said the small inkspot: " You ' d be blue, too, if your pa was in the pen for a long sentence. " Bob Fikso to the owner of a pawnship: " How much for the violin? " Owner: " One pound. " Bob: " One pound! The neighbors offered me more than that! " Betty M.: " Your new overcoat is pretty loud, isn ' t it? " Jack L.: " Yeah, but I ' m gonna buy a muffler to go with it. " Bill Bailey: " Some men thirst after fame, some after love, and some after money. I know some- thing that everybody thirsts after. " Nancy Starr: " What ' s that? " Bill B.: " Salted almonds. " Doug Brown, on his first ocean trip, was lean- ing on the rail. A Friend: " Say, you ' re a landlubber, boy. " Doug B.: " You ' re right. I never knew how much I lubbed it. " Pet Corley to the players: " Now boys, remem- ber that basketball develops individuality, initi- ative, and leadership. Now get out on the floor and do exactly as I told you. " Baby Pictures see Page 23 MUSIC Orchestra — Playing at a P. T. A. meeting and the Music Festival was Garfield ' s own orchestra, composed of over fifty musicians and led by capable Mr. Minzyk. Band — The pride of Garfield this semester was our band which came back with flying colors from the Stockton State contest with an A rating. Conductor Mr. Minzyk also led his pupils to vic- tory at our Music Festival. Nice work, band. A Cappella — Practice, practice, and more practice! That is what the A Cappella, under the careful care of Mrs. Smith, must have done to sing so well at the Festival of Music. And from what we hear they did themselves proud at the Presbyterian church, where they sang in May. Girls ' Glee — The demand for the Girls ' Glee has certainly kept Mrs. Young and her girls busy this year, for they sang for the Music Fes- tival, the P. T. A. meeting, Mrs. Dyson ' s Motion Picture Review Program and a L7 Program meeting this spring. We offer our congratula- tions. Boys ' Glee — Mr. Bliss has led his boys through a successful term of singing for ' 41. They were well received at Oxford School and at Garfield ' s Music Festival. Jim Ellis: " My history teacher is the meanest man I know. " Jim Fish: " How is that? " Jim E.: " He borrows my penknife to sharpen his pencil to give me bad marks. " Mrs. Bagnall: " Is Mr. Lawson in? " Miss Thompson: " No, he has gone out for lunch. " Mrs. Bagnall: " Will he be in after lunch? " Miss Thompson: " No, that ' s what he ' s gone out after. " Mr. Edwards: " Now, if 1 drop a silver coin in this bubbling acid, will it dissolve? " Sherburne Cook: " No, sir. " Mr. E.: " No, then perhaps you will explain why not. " Sherburne C: " Frankly, sir, if it would dis- solve, you wouldn ' t put it in. " Miss Ochoa: " Write a composition on the sub- ject ' Water ' . " After some difficulty, Dave Smith handed in the following: " Water is a light colored wet liquid which turns dark when you wash in it. " Bud Stone: " What ' s the matter, dad? " Dad: " A puncture. " Bud: " You should have watched out for that, the guide book says there is a fork in the road about here. " Pat Ball: " Pardon me, does this car stop at tenth street? " Ed Patterson: " Yes, watch me, and get off one station before I do. " Pat Ball: " Thank you. " 1. A Capella Choir 2. Soloists, Band. Orchestra 3. Girls ' Glee Club (see No. 8) 4. The Winning Garfield Band 5. The Orchestra 6. Band— Off to Stockton 7. Boys ' Glee Club 8. Girls ' Glee Club (see No. 3) Nancy Masters: " Sorry I can ' t accept you, Gary, but circumstances over which I have no control prevent me. " Gary Mienhold: " And what are those circum- stances? " Nancy: " Yours. " Mr. Lawson: " Where is my umbrella? " Secretary (Miss Thompson): " I found it at the Lost and Found office. " Mr. Lawson: " That ' s quite strange — I ' ve never been there. " BOYS ' SPORTS Follov ing the example set by the four preced- ing years we won every league we entered ex- cept track in which we lost a meet to both Albany High and the Berkeley " C ' s " . In field day, Eddy Tom broke the No. 105-50 yd. dash with a 6.2 time over the old record of 6.6. In tennis we won our only match with Mac- Donald, Stanislawski and Cox being the flashes. Cox, by the way, made a good anchor in the high nine relay. Our hard ball team won three out of the first four games and won the league in about the same proportion. Ellis pitched a no-hit game and got the only hit against Tamalpais — a home run. 1. Boys ' Block G Club 2. Varsity Basketball 3. Varsity Softball 4. 85-lb. Basketball 5. Varsity Hardball 6. 105-lb. Basketball 7. High 8 Baseball 8. 8 Tennis 9. 115-lb. Basketball SPORTS Softball was also successful. Both the H8 ' s and H9 ' s beat Willard and Burbank. If anyone wanted to see some good fun they should have watched the H8 ' s beat the faculty. The teachers didn ' t have much control over the lads — What Fun! Neal Tveitmoe was high point man in basket- ball this term with a total of seventy-three points. Ellis, Johnson, and Ohsimi were close in that order. We won and lost one to Crockett, beat Vallejo twice, we beat Willard twice, and won one and lost one to Burbank. The San Pablo Boys ' Club were too hard to beat as well as assorted groups of alumni. GIRLS ' SPORTS— SPRING ' 41 The H9 Girls ' baseball teams played the L9 girls and won! Therefore, they played against Willard and Burbank. They successfully de- feated Willard, 26 to 10, but when they played Burbank they were beaten. But don ' t blame the girls too much. These girls have held the inter-school competition in their grade for a long time, and hats off to Miss Stout for the helpful instruction she has given us. Soon after the girls were beaten by Burbank, they began organizing advisory groups for the relay races, and all competition groups for the dashes, broad-jumps, and basketball and base- ball throwing. Volley ball is to be started after the track meet. More power to you this time, girls! -I f% P f ( 1. Girls ' Block G Club 2. High 9 Basketball 3. High 9 Baseball 4. Low 9 Basketball ■i .-ilsaifc 5. High 8 Basketball 6. Lov7 8 Basketball 7. High 8 Baseball ASSISTANT! S Library Assistants Cards, kept in order in the library by the ace assistants, who put their hearts in their work, are no jokers. Office Assistants Socorro! Servate! idez! Whatever language it is in, it still means Help! and Help is what the office assistants are majoring in. Locker Assistants Forget your locker combination? Well, the locker assistants have certainly been " Sure- lock-homes " . Nurse ' s Assistants Most likely, without the help of her assistants, the nurse might have needed the medical atten- tion which she so willingly hands out. Student Leaders How have Student Leaders struck you this term? Well, if they have, that ' s going too far, but they have kept order in the hall and have been very efficient. Counselor ' s Assistants Fire! The counselor ' s assistants have been working as if they were going to a fire — so quick and energetic. Flag Raising Committee Going Up? The flag raising committee has been very cooperative in raising the flag every morning before school and carrying the Ameri- can flag in patriotic assemblies. JUNIOR POLICE Garfield may have one of the smallest platoons of B. J. T. P. (Berkeley Junior Traffic Police) in Berkeley, but it ' s the quality and not the quan- tity that counts. For the past months Garfield ' s patrol has improved considerably under cap- able leaders. If this keeps up Garfield will pro- duce an even better patrol of which it can well be proud. Miss Patton: " Mary, what important event took place in 1732? " Mary Brown: " George Washington was born. " Miss Patton: " Correct. Henry Smits, what happened in 1742? " Henry: " George W. was ten years old. " Mrs. Helmke: " Dear, I am sure I heard a mouse squeak. " Mr. Helmke: " Well, do you want me to get up and oil it? " 1. Flag Raising Officers 2. Student Leaders Group No. 1 3. Cafeteria Assistants 4. Junior Traffic Police 5. Student Leaders Group No. 2 6. Attendance Assistants 7. Girls ' Council Representatives 8. Science Club 9. Public Address Operators 1 0. Red Cross Representatives 11. Counselors ' Assistants 12. Locker Assistants 13. Library Assistants 14. Office Helpers BABY PICTURES PAGE 10— 1 . Earl Homan 2. Carolyn Palmgren 3. Bob Cathcart 4. Midge Hiscox 5. (?) 6. Joy Petersmeyer 7. Jim Robertson 8. Marinell Miller 9. Margaret Fay 1 0. Anne Parrish 11. Alan Winslow I 12. Lloyd MacDonald 13. Mr. Powers 14. Jean Hepfer 15. Nancy Clapham AUTOGRAPHS
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