Garfield Junior High School - Gleaner Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)
- Class of 1951
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STUDENT COURT Offenders of the school rules have a chance to plecd their cases at the student court. RALLY BOYS These boys, identified by their white and orange hats, keep order in the school. LIBRARY HELPERS The library helpers assist Miss Stone in checking library books. GLEANER " ART STAFF This group provides the " Gleaner " art work. ATTENDANCE HELPERS These boys and girls run errands for Mrs. Bartell. They collect and sort school absence slips. BLOCK " G " ' These boys have won their block " G ' s " in one or more sports. GYM HELPERS The job of the gym helpers is to help the gym teachers by giving out equipment and scoring games and tests. These students give up their study periods to help us. MIMEOGRAPH CREW These boys put out all mimeographed material such as maps and tests needed by the teachers. OFFICE HELPERS The office helpers aid the counselors and Mr. Baxter by running errands. STUDENT LEADERS Under the direction of Mr. Hawkins, the student leaders help keep order in the halls between periods. PUBLIC ADDRESS BOYS The sound and the lighting of our programs is taken care of by the P.A. boys. It is especially hard this year, because we do not have the auditorium facilities. BOYS ' AND GIRLS ' GLEE The glee clubs give many enjoyable programs dur- ing the semester. These singing groups are directed by Mrs. Young and Mrs. Kressman. BAND AND ORCHESTRA The Garfield Band and Orchestra play for nu- merous programs and activities of our school. Those in Band or Orchestra gain beneficial experience in music. CLASS WILLS John Allen wills his conceitedness to anyone who can stand it. Julie Anderson wills her ballet ability to Bob Sibilia. Nancy Armstrong wills her sweetness to a box of candy. Rolf Augustine wills his glasses to a seeing-eye dog. Gordon Benner wills his popularity to Janice Hager. John Anderson wills Garfield back to the Indians. Ann Blew wills her nerve to Leo von Seeburg. Ann Bowen wills her figure to a totem pole. Joanne Bowers wills her bottle of peroxide to Rudy Enriquez. Kathy Bowers wills her shyness to Elenor Utlaut. Ronald Boyce wills his hair to Bob Sibilia. David Brandenburg wills his physique to Charles Atlas Jack Bresee wills his car to the junk yard. Ronald Brown wills his brain to the nearest garbage can. Rozanne Bryant wills her figure to Jane Russell. Carl Cassady wills his sense of humor to Jerry Lewis. Steven Castle wills his shyness with girls to Doug Woods. Gail Champion wills herlast name to a spark plug. John Church wills his shyness to Jimmy Lindquist. Dick Claxton wills his wise cracks in English to a parrot. Roselyn Cohn wills her naturally curly hair to David Ghinassi. Steven Craig wills his cafeteria job to some hungry person. Mary Cronin wills her shyness with boys to Jackie Anderson. Sharon Crowther wills herself to the B.H.S. boys. Yvonne Cunha wills her laugh to a graveyard. Sheila Dougherty wills that swing to Sammy Kaye. Ellen E a rd ley wills her brain to Sammy Viviano. Sue Edwards wills her figure to Dagmar. Winston Ellerbeck wills Harriet to the L9 boys. Lorelda Fox wills her build to Bob Carlisle. Emily Gavey wills her clarinet to Mr. Minnzyk. Lebery George wills his sense of humor to the county morgue. Don Goode wills his natural abilityatgolftothe 19 th hole. Jerry Haines wills his quietness to a doormouse. Bill Hartman wills that suede to Lee ' s Men ' s Shop. Johnson Hing wills his watch to a take-it-apart class. Marjorie Holt wills her pocketbooks in English to the round file. Durk Hudson wills his binder to Peter Loeb. Glen Hultgren wills his brain to Einstein. Karen Jarman wills her complexion to a Ubangi na- tive. Richard Jennings wills that bracelet to any B.H.S. girl. Roger Jennings wills his job to anyone who needs what Roger still doesn ' t have. Ted Jenny wills his muscles to a toothpick. Gordon Johnson wills his last name to a can of floor- wax. Yachiyo Kami wills her small feet to Bob Boldy. Barbara Kincade wills her shyness with boys to Linda Lee. Ray Kechley wills Dale to " the " boys at B.H.S. David Koehn wills his many injuries to Herrick Hospital. Ray La Groue wills his plaster-cast to the construction of the new auditorium. Donna Larnach wills her figure to a modeling school. Lorna Lawerence wills Garfield to her sister. Marcia Lightbody wills her monologues to some lonely person. Gerald Luthin wills his job as Social Secretary to any party loving L9. Doris Lindsey wills that southern accent to a French- man. Ada MacNab wills her Scotchness to an Irishman. Jackie Marshall wills her many boyfriends to Gwen Goble. David Mason wills those big words back to Webster. Shirley Masters wills her many clothes to I. Mag n ins. Don McCorkle wills his quietness to some deserving loud-mouth. Arlene McCoy wills her height to the Empire State Building. Pat McEwing wills those numerous diets to the Fat Man. Don Miller wills his passiveness to a woman who is strong-minded. Harry Morris wills his slouch to the Charm Beauty College. Bob Mullin wills his nickname " Muffin " to Hugo ' s Bakery. Charles Myers wills that walk to someone with a car. Gordon Nordby wills his cords to a piano. Sara Nicholson wills her hair to Henna Rinse. Jill Overstreet wills her coy remarks to Bob N erne- check. Jean Patrick wills her lost weight to a Turkish bath. Deborah Porritt wills her tardiness to Mrs. Bartell. Charles Reinke wills his " li ' l " hat to a " li ' l " monkey. David Rinta wills his size to U.S.C. Andrei Rogers wills himself back to China. Gerry Rollefson wills his quietness to a Jerry ' s door- mouse. Kristin Roper wills her short brown hair to someone with long black hair. Gaby Rosenfeld wills her first name to a parrot. Bill Rulon wills his roughness to Jeff Horner. Rosemary Rutherford wills her voice to Frankie Lane. Dale Sackett wills her smile to a Cheshire cat. Robert Sage wills his obnoxiousness to poor B.H.S. George Seely wills his last name to a mattress factory. Peter Schugren wills himself to the H8 girls. Barbara Schweitzer wills her beaus to a ribbon factory. Norma Lee Sharp wills her eyes to a cocker spaniel. Sandy Small wills himself to the Stanford class of 1958. Janice Stevens wills her hair to a Toni ad— the other one. Sydney Stoddard wills her hands to Revlon. Bill Stoll wills those boots to a lumber camp. Ed Stone wills his shyness with girls to Russell Fuller. Frank Thomas wills his nickname " Mouse " to a Swiss cheese factory. Marcia Ti lies wills her last name to anyone who can pronounce it the f rst time. PatValiton wills her bubbling personality to a box of Duz. Mary Walpolewills her temper to a Chow dog. Peter Warner just leaves. Carole Watchers wills her good Spanish grades to Jerry Hecht. Vernita White wills her effervescence to a lime rickey. Jo Ann Willis wills her job as lota Prexy to any brave Epsilon. Lynne Wiseman wills her ability to flirt to some inno- cent 17 . Bill and Joe Wrixon will their twin ny problems to John and James Watt. CALENDAR September 1 1 School starts 14 Little Sister Party 17 G.S. A. card sales 27 G.S. A. movie, " I Was a Male War Bride " 28 G.S. A. movie, " I Was a Male War Bride " October 3 Dance— " Kick Off " 12 Boys ' Association program 19 Girls ' Association program 26 N.S.A. Assembly— " Trampoline Stars " 31 Halloween Hop— Dance in the Gym November 9 Armistice Day program 12 Holiday 13 " Gieaner " sales start 16 " Gleaner " program 2 1 -24 Thanksgiving holiday December 3 N.S.A. Assembly, 8th and 9th periods - " Major " 5 Dance— " Warm Up " 14 Upper Division Assembly I 7 L9 nominations 19 Christmas program 21-31 Holiday January 2 Primary election I I Election day 16 H9 dinner movies 17 Awards Assembly 18 Girls ' Association " Farewell " 21 N.S.A. Assembly— " Steeplejacks " 23 School out Prettiest Eyes . . . Longest Eyelashes Prettiest Hair . . . Cutest Smile .... Best Figure Shapeliest Legs . . Biggest Flirt .... The Brain Best Athlete .... Best Dressed . . . . Shiest Tallest Shortest Biggest Feet STATISTICS BOY Rich Jennings . . . . John Allen Don Goode Gus Benner John Anderson . . . Dave Brandenburg Bob Sage Lebert George . . . Gordon Nordby . . Ray Kechley Peter Warner .... Don Miller The Wrixons Sandy Small GIRL Sydney Stoddard Ann Blew Jill Overstreet Barbara Schweizer Sue Edwards Karen Jarman Pat Valiton Ellen Eardley Arlene McCoy Yachiyo Kami Sara Nicholson Lorelda Fox Arlene McCoy Food: Hamburger Drink: Coke Actor: Gregory Peck Actress: Jane Russell FAVORITE Radio Program: Burgie Music Box Singers: Mario Lanza, Doris Day Song: Because of You Expression: Party Pooper ALLEN, JOHN Born: Oakland Activities: Rally Boy, Gym Helper, basketball, volleyball, baseball, football, cafeteria supervisor Noted for: Girls Ambition: To do nothing ARMSTRONG, NANCY Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues, Glee, Attendance Helper Noted for: Good personality Ambition: Private stenographer BENNER, GORDON Born: Oakland Activities: Student Council, Rally Boy, tennis, volleyball Noted for: Garfield Prexy Ambition: Billionaire BOWERS, KATHIE Born: Oakland Activities: Assistant Chief Stu- dent Leader, Glee, Noon Leagues Noted for: Baby sitting Ambition: Entomologist BRESEE, JACK Born: Oakland Activities: Baseball, Glee, football Noted for: " Bresay " Ambition: Construction engineer CASSADY, CARL Born: Berkeley Activities: Football, Glee Noted for: Reckless driver Ambition: Have a car CHURCH, JOHN H. Born: Berkeley Activities: Glee, volleyball, baseball, football Noted for: Quietness Ambition: Lawyer CRAIG, STEVEN Born: San Francisco Activities: Cashier in Cafeteria Noted for: Tina Ambition: Veterinarian ANDERSON, JOHN Born: Salt Lake City Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: Good build Ambition: To go to Cal AUGUSTINE, ROLF Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: His binder Ambition: Radio disc Jockey BOWEN, ANN Born: Oakland Activities: Student Leader, Noon League, track Noted for: Her flustered sneezes Ambition: Lawyer BOYCE, RONALD Born: Grants Pass, Oregon Activities: Baseball, football Noted for: Being late in English Ambition: Baseball Pro BROWN, RONALD Born: Berkeley Activities: Baseball, football. Glee, tennis Noted for: World history reports Ambition: To be a chemist CASTLE, STEVEN Born: San Francisco Activities: Glee, Noon Leagues Noted for: Height Ambition: Berkeley Hi CLAXTON, DICK Born: Oakland Activities: Glee, Rally Boy, basketball Noted for: Sparkling personality Ambition: Navy Captain CRONIN, MARY Born: San Francisco Noted for: Her nose Ambition: To get him! ANDERSON, JULIE Born: Berkeley Activities: Dramatics, Ninth Grade music Noted for: Ballet d ancing Ambition: Ballerina BLEW, ANN Born: Colfax, Wash. Activities: Cheer Leader, Student Council, Assistant Editor " Gleaner 7 ' Noted for: Temperament Ambition: To pass Algebra BOWERS, JOANNE Born: Albany Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: Attracting the boys Ambition: To be a nurse BRANDENBURG, DAVID Born: Berkeley Activities: Sports, Gym and Attendance Helpers, Projection Crew Noted for: His red hat Ambi tion: College BRYANT, ROZANNE Born: San Francisco Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: The size shoe Ambition: To raise dogs CHAMPION, GAIL Born: Berkeley Activities: Student Leader Capt., Student Council, Noon Leagues Noted for: Her good disposition Ambition: To go to West Point COHN, ROSELYN Born: Berkeley Activities: Office Helper Noted for: Earrings Ambition: College CROWTHER, SHARON Born: Berkeley Activities: Office Helper Noted for: Skating Ambition: Professional skater CUNHA, YVONNE Born: Oakland Activities: Student Leader, music, dramatics Noted for: Her cute hair cut Ambition: Model EDWARDS, SUE Born: St. Louis, Mo. Activities: G.A.P., Student Council, drama, music. Glee Noted for: Sweetness Ambition: To work in a bank GAVEY, EMILY Born: Elko, Nevada Activities: Office and Attendance Helpers, band, cashier in Cafeteria, “Gleaner " staff. Student Leader Noted for: Flirting with him Ambition: Landscape designer HAINES, JERRY Born: Oakland Activities: Football, swimming Noted for: Long arms Ambition: TV technician HUDSON, DIRK Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: His grin Ambition: Cal JARMAN, KAREN Born: Long Beach Activities: Dancing Noted for: Her legs Ambition: Pole vaulter JENNY, TED Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: His hair Ambition: Dentist KECHLEY, RAY Born: Albany Activities: Football, Rally Boy, B. A. M. -Student Council, volleyball, basketball Noted for: His suave manner Ambition: Journalist LA GROUE, RAY Born: Houston, Texas Activities: Track, volleyball, basketball Noted for: Vernon Ambition: Lawyer LIGHTBODY, MARCIA Born: Oakland Activities: Noon Leagues, Drama, Student Leader, Office and Library Helpers Noted for: Her monologues Ambition: Teacher DOUGHERTY, SHEILA Born: San Francisco Activities: Music, Glee, Student Leader Noted for: Pigeon toes Ambition: Stewardess ELLERBECK, WINSTON Born: Salt Lake City Activities: Golf, football Noted for: Harriet Ambition: Garbage man GEORGE, LEBERT Born: Tacoma, Wash. Activities: Tennis, baseball, basketball Noted for: Ladies ' man Ambition: To have a girl friend HARTMAN, BILL Born: Sacramento Activities: Volleyball, track, Rally Boy, softball Noted for: Poor Epsilon freshman Ambition: To get to college HULTGREN, GLEN Born: Boston, Mass. Activities: Experiment, play chess, read Noted for: Those books Ambition: Mathematical scientist JENNINGS, RICHARD Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues, football, volleyball, baseball Noted for: " Rich " Ambition: To graduate from Berkeley Hi JOHNSON, GORDON Born: Berkeley Activities: Football, baseba ' I, basketball Noted for: Athletic figure Ambition: Electrical engineer KINCADE, BARBARA Born: Berkeley Noted for: Being new Ambition: Interior decorator LARNACH, DONNA Born: Oakland Activities: Basketball, Gym helper, softball, tennis, track, G. A. M. -Student Council Noted for: Her voice Ambition: Moael LUTHIN, GERALD Born: Berkeley Activities: Football, Rally Boy, baseball, volleyball. Gym Helper, Social Sec. -Student Council Noted for: Soc. Sec. Ambition: To play football at Berkeley Hi EARDLEY, ELLEN Born: Oakland Activities: " Gleaner " staff Noted for: Brain Ambition: Architect FOX, LORELDA Born: Oakland Activities: Cashier in Cafeteria, crafts Noted for: Not standing up straight Ambition: Fashion Designer GOODE, DON Born: San Francisco Activities: Golf, football, baseball Noted for: Pat Ambition: Pro golfer HING, JOHNSON Born: San Francisco Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: Home runs in baseball HOLT, MARGIE Born: Glendale Activities: Band Noted for: Red hair JENNINGS, ROGER Born: San Francisco Activities: Rally Boy, P. A. Cap- tain, radio repairing Noted for: Home-made TV set Ambition: Electronic engineer KAMI, YACHIYO Born: Berkeley Activities: G.S.A. Sec. -Student Council, Office Helper, Noon Leagues Noted for: That modern look Ambition: Secretary KOEHN, DAVE Born: Berkeley Activities: Football, Rally Boy, volleyball. Rally Captain — Student Council Noted for: His cast Ambition: Boat rowing LAWRENCE, LORNA Born: San Luis Obispo Activities: Dramatics Noted for: Red hair Ambition: To go to college LINDSEY, DORIS Born: Moultri, Georgia Activities: Roller skating Noted for: Not keeping him Ambition: To get him and keep him MacNAB, ADA Born: Oakland Activities: Volleyball, basketball, baseball. Gym Helper, Student Leader Noted for: That smile Ambition: Stenographer MASTERS, SHIRLEY Born: Berkeley Activities: Drawing Noted for: " Sammy " Ambition: Artist McEWING, PAT Born: Oakland Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: Dieting Ambition: Teacher MULLIN, BOB Born: Berkeley Activities: Glee, Yell Leader, Student Council, " Gleaner " staff, basketball Noted for: Knowledge of sports Ambition: To break 90 in golf NICHOLSON, SARA Born: Berkeley Activities: Student Leader, Gym Helper, softball, Noon Leagues Noted for: Quietness Ambition To get through with Latin PORRITT, DEBORAH Born: Berkeley Activities: Student Leader, baseball, volleyball Noted for: Jokes in her locker Ambition: To own a horse ROGERS, ANDREI Born: Shanghai, China Activities: Noon Leagues, Photography Noted for: Serious interests Ambition: Architect ROSENFELD, GABY Born: Hamburg, Germany Noted for: Flirting Ambition: Mr. Van ' s secretary SACKETT, DALE Born: Berkeley Activities: Student Court Noted for: Dimples and cherry cheeks Ambition: Garbage collector SCHWEIZER, BARBARA Born: Ontario, Oregon Activities: Noon Leagues, volleyball Noted for: Her escorts Ambition: Model MARSHALL, JACKIE Born: San Francisco Activities: Dramatics Noted for: Her dancing Ambition: To be Miss America — 1955 McCORKLE, DON Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: His love for snakes and alligators Ambition: Mechanical engineer MILLER, DON Born: Albany Activities: Baseball, basketball, football Noted for: His studious concen- tration Ambition: To go into the Army MYERS, CHARLES Born: Albany Activities: Volleyball, Mimeo Crew, football Noted for: His sly look Ambition: Cal OVERSTREET, JILL Born: Berkeley Activities: Treasurer Student Council, volleyball Noted for: Being shy around boys Ambition: To be a flagpole sitter REINKE, CHARLES Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues, golf Noted for: Picking locks Ambition: Lawyer ROLLEFSON, GERRY Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: Globe trotting Ambition: Railroad engineer RULON, BILL Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues, volleyball Noted for: Hair cut Ambition: Mad scientist SAGE, BOB Born: San Francisco Activities: Basketball, track, baseball, volleyball Noted for: His innocence Ambition: Pro golf SEELEY, GEORGE Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: Long book reports Ambition: To keep out of the Army MASON, DAVID Born: Berkeley Activities: " Gleaner " editor. Student Council Noted for: Literary Ability Ambition: Teacher McCOY, ARLENE Born: Albany Activities: Student Court, Gym Helper, baseball, basketball, volleyball, tennis Noted for: Sports ability Ambition: To grow a few inches MORRIS, HARRY Born: Oakland Activities, Football, Glee, volley- ball, Student Court, Gym Helper Noted for: Affability Ambition: To be a chemist NORDBY, GORDON Born: Berkeley Activities: Rally Boy, Glee, track Noted for: That jalopy Ambition: Race driver PATRICK, JEAN Born: Oakland Activities: Office Helper Noted for: Turtle-neck sweaters Ambition: Model RINTA, DAVID Born: Berkeley Activities: Basketball, baseball, football. Projection Crew, Student Court Noted for: " Pixie " Ambition: To go to college ROPER, KRISTIN Born: Boston, Mass. Activities: " Gleaner " staff Noted for: Peaches ' n ' cream complexion Ambition: Art Teacher RUTHERFORD, ROSEMARY Born: Oakland Activities: Volleyball, Glee, " Gleaner " staff, basketball. Ninth Grade music Noted for: Her Cashmeres Ambition: To go to the Cow Palace again SCHUGREN, PETE Born: Berkeley Activities: Basketball, volleyball Noted for: Linda Ambition: To do nothing SHARP, NORMA LEE Born: Sacramento Activities: Volleyball, baseball Noted for: Just getting acquainted Ambition: Stenographer SMALL, SANDY Born: San Francisco Activities: Noon Leagues, golf, basketball, baseball Noted for: Large feet Ambition: To graduate STOLL, BILL Born: Denver, Colorado Activities: Football, volleyball baseball Noted for: Knife collection Ambition: Midget auto driver TILLES, MARCIA Born: Berkeley Activities: Office Helper, Glee, volleyball, basketball, softball Noted for: " Hi-ya! " Ambition: Veterinarian WALPOLE, MARY Born: Oakland Activities: Tennis, " Gleaner " staff, volleyball, basketball, softball Noted for: Tennis ability Ambition: Paleozoology WHITE, VERNITA Born: Berkeley Activities: Baseball, fishing, swimming Noted for: That profile Ambition: Reporter WRIXON, JOE Born: Berkeley Activities: Baseball, volleyball, basketball, Vice-Prexy — Student Council Noted for: Bill Ambition: To be a lawyer STEVENS, JANICE Born: Salem, Oregon Activities: Office and Attendance Helpers, " Gleaner " staff Noted for: Her cute figure Ambition: Pediatrician STONE, EDWIN Born: Berkeley Activities: Baseball, volleyball, Rally Boy, Band, Orchestra Noted for: His trumpet UHL, HARVEY Born: Oakland Activities: Track, football Noted for: That hungry look Ambition: Chemical engineering WARNER, PETER Born: Chicago, III. Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: Those " 100 ' s " in Latin Ambition: Electrical engineer WILLIS, JO ANN Born: Berkeley Activities: Gym Helper, Office Helper, volleyball, track Noted for: That fleet foot Ambition: To go to West Point WRIXON, BILL Born: Berkeley Activities: Baseball, volleyball, basketball, B.A.M., Student Council Noted for: Joe Ambition: To have something to do with law STODDARD, SYDNEY Born: Albany Activities: Volleyball, track Noted for: Her eyes Ambition: To own a race horse THOMAS, FRANK Born: Oakland Activities: Noon Leagues, volley- ball, golf Noted for: " Mousie " Ambition: Sports writer VALITON, PAT Born: Kalispel, Mont. Activities: Volleyball, baseball, basketball, track. Glee, yell leader. Student Council Noted for: Don Ambition: Golf caddie WATCHERS, CAROLE Born: Berkeley Activities: Student Court, volleyball Noted for: Those shoes Ambition: Nurse WISEMAN, LYNNE Born: Berkeley Activities: Student Court, Student Council Noted for: Being sweet to the teachers Ambition: To go to France PRINCIPAL ' S MESSAGE Graduation for our H9 ' s this year will be held in an auditorium away from the school for the first time since Garfield was built. Not having an auditorium in which to hold programs and grad- uation has been inconvenient, but in spite of the difficulties involved we have had some very fine programs. Our graduating class has entered into school activities with a great deal of enthusiasm and the accomplishments have been very satisfactory. We have generously supported the Community Chest, the P.-T.A. Membership Drive, the Christmas Food Drive, and the Junior Red Cross Christmas pack- age contributions. These drives, together with our student body card and " Gleaner " sales, have rounded out a very active semester. I hope that the graduati ng class will go on to high school and enter into their activities as en- thusiastically as they have at Garfield. I also wish for them much success and happiness in their new school experience. PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE We, the class of Fall, 1951, have now completed our three years at Garfield and are ready to graduate. During those three years we have made many friends and learned many things. Before we leave we should like to thank our teachers, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Baxter and all others who have helped us at this stage of our education. Because of them we feel that we are now completely prepared for senior high school. Gordon Benner A. C. Baxter Allen, John Anderson, Julie Armstrong, Nancy Augustine, Rolf Benner, Gordon Blew, Ann Bowers, Joanne Bowers, Katherine Brandenburg, David Bryant, Rozanne Castle, Steven Champion, Gail Church, John Claxton, Richard Cohn, Roselyn Crowther, Sharon Dougherty, Sheila Edwards, Sue Cunha, Yvonne Fox, Lorelda Gavey, Emily George, Lebert Hartman, William Jarman, Karen Jennings, Richard Johnson, Gordon Kami, Yachiyo Kechley, Raymond Koehn, David LaGroue, Vernon Larnach, Donna Lawrence, Lorna Lightbody, Marcia Luthin, Gerald MacNab, Ada Marshall, Jacqueline Mason, David Masters, Shirley McCoy, Arlene McEwing, Patricia Miller, Donald Morris, Harry Mullin, Bob Nicholson, Sara Overstreet, Jill Patrick, Jean Porritt, Deborah Reinke, Charles Rollefson, Gerry Roper, Kristin Rosenfeld, Gaby Rutherford, Rosemary Sackett, Dale Sage, Robert Stevens, Janice Stoddard, Sydney Thomas, Frank Tilles, Marcia Uhl, Harvey Valiton, Mary Walpole, Mary Watchers, Carol Willis, Jo Ann Wiseman, Lynne Wrixon, Bill Wrixon, Joe FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS Miss Almy— Arithmetic: Good girl! Mr. Behrens— A rithmetic: You ' re right — it ' s wrong. Miss Brubaker— Algebra: Shoosh! Miss Brush— English: Write the gum sentence — Un- necessary mastication . . . Mrs. Choisser— Social Studies-Arithmetic: Didn ' t I have your brother in my class last year? Miss Collar— Arts and Crafts: All right, darling. Mr. Corley— Phys. ed.: Next whistle you ' re late. Mrs. Curtice— Dramatics-World History: What do you think this is, " Old Home Week? " Mrs. Davies— Social Studies: I ' ll blow a fuse if you don ' t stop talking! Mrs. Davis— Phys. Ed.: Are you gym helpers busy? Mr. Dunkum— English: Have you read Henry IV? Mr. Edwards— Science: Even the rats know more than that! Miss English— Phys. Ed.: Now, this is the way you fall . . . Mr. Gomez— Phys. Ed.: Take off that street shirt! Miss Goode— Civics-Social Studies: " Breathes there a man with soul so dead . . . " Mr. Gremaux— Mechanical Drawing: Put your name on the board! Miss Groefsema— Typing-Arithmetic: Keep away from my desk! Miss Hamsher— Typing-English: Hands off the ma- chines. Mr. Hawkins— Wood Shop: Is this your first offense? Miss Jameson— Counselor: HEL-PER! Miss Jennings— Latin-English: ' Fess up! Mrs. Kressmann— Music: The altos were flat again. Miss Laurens— French-English: That ' s enough! Miss Lowrey— Science: 1 00 points for closing the win- dow. Miss Malley— Art: Blend your colors. Mrs. McCurdy— Latin: I caught you! Mr. McFarland— Counselor-Arithmetic: Is there a boy helper out there? Mrs. Means— Sewing: Read your instruction sheet. Mr. Minzyk— Band-Orchestra: You slacker! Mrs. Montagne— English: Five off for talking. Miss Ochoa— Spanish: Oh, for a steam heated cave! Mr. Phillips— Counselor-Social Studies: Hello there! Miss Riley— World History-Civics: Stop your nonsense and get down to business. Mrs. Rowell— English: The verb " to be " NEVER takes an object. Mr. Sauers— General Counselor-Mechanical Drawing: That ' s a state law . . . Mrs. Shriver— Cooking: Gir-uls! Miss Stone— Librarian: My name is Miss Stone, not " hey! " Miss Strong— Art-Social Studies: Class pass. Mr. Van Matre— General Math.: Break it up, you guys. Mrs. Webber— Spanish: Mrs. Young— Music: Please use the back door! flftf Qill Hoop Cji H i i ? ' w a : - ■fe : P ' --j P V s 1 i m 4 i ' UMBi ft 1 ■ fcdj 5 fry : 1i o BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL TEAMS HIGH 9 LOW 9 HIGH 8 LOW 8 SCORES OF BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL GAMES As the 1 951 volleyball season came to a close, one could look back on the many exciting games that have been played. The most thrilling was the game between Low-nines of Garfield and Willard. In the first game the score see-sawed back and forth; how- H9 L9 G 15 W. . 1 G 16 W. .14 G 15 w. . 1 1 G 7 w. .15 G 15 w. . 0 G 15 w. , 8 G 15 w. . 8 G, 15 w. 9 G 15 B . . 4 G. 3 w. 15 G 15 B . . 9 G 5 w. .15 G 12 B . .15 G 15 B . . 4 G. 14 B . .16 G. 15 B . 8 G. 15 B . 6 G, 15 B . , 1 1 H9 Standings L9 Standings Team W L Team W L G . . . .3 1 G . . . .3 1 B . . . .3 1 B . . . .0 4 W .. . .0 4 W .. . .3 1 ever we finished on top, 16-14. Willard won the sec- ond contest 15-7 and we beat them in the third 15-8. The win was the main factor which gave our Low- nines a tie with Willard for the championship. H8 L8 G. 9 W. .15 G. 10 W. .15 G. 7 W. .15 G. 9 W. • 15 G. 11 W. .15 G. 9 W. .15 G. 15 W. . 9 G. 7 W . . . .15 G. 12 W. .15 G. 15 B . . 3 G. 15 B . . 2 G. 15 B . . 4 G. 5 B . .15 G. 15 B . • 2 G. 15 B . . 0 G. 15 B . . 4 G. 15 B . .12 G. 15 B . .12 H8 Standings L8 Standings Team W L Team W L G . . . .2 2 G . . . .2 2 B . . . .0 4 B . . . .0 4 W .. . .4 0 W .. . .4 0 SCORES OF GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL GAMES The girls ' volleyball teams this season have been very successful. Three out of four of the teams won the championship and the other team made a three- way tie with Willard and Burbank. The most excit- ing games were when the H8 of Garfield played the H8 of Willard. The set was very close, but Garfield managed to win two out of three games to obtain the championship. H9 L9 G. . 15 B . . . . .10 G. . . . . 6 B . . . . .15 G. . ... 15 B . . . . . 6 G. . . . . 4 B . . . . .15 G. . . . . 15 W. . . . . 5 G. . . . . 15 W. . . . . 9 G. . 15 W .10 G. . . . . 15 W. . . . . 1 T Champions Three way tie H8 L8 G. . . . . 15 B . . . . . 3 G. . ... 15 B .... . 8 G. . . . . 15 B . . . ..11 G. . ... 15 B . 7 G. . . . . 14 W. . . . . 13 G. . ... 15 W .13 G. . . . . 14 W. . . . . 16 G. . ... 15 W .12 G. . . . . 13 W. . . . .11 Champions Champions J Y f J 1 1 m ' , .. Iim ACKNOWLEDGMENTS So much help has come from the members of the faculty in preparing this issue of the " Gleaner " that it is hard to express our deep appreciation. However, we wish to thank Mr. Behrens as supervisor. Miss Collar, who gave valuable help with the art work, Mr. Sauers for the management of the sales, and Mr. Baxter for his constant support. BERKELEY PUBLIC LIBRARY
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