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The RETROSPECT 1968 -1969 WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Lethbridge, AlbertaTHIS YEARBOOK IS DEDICATED TO MISS VERNA GRAY Miss Gray first saw the light of day in the village of Wawanesa, Manitoba. While still a preschooler she and her family moved to Calgary and later to Lethbridge. She attended Westminster School and the Collegiate. After graduating from Grade Twelve she enrolled in a Homo Economics program at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. She interrupted her degree program to attend the Calgary Normal School. Her life of teaching began in Fleetwood School where she taught grades two. three and four. Some of her summers were spent attending summer school and culminated in the awarding of the degree of Bachelor of Education to her. Miss Gray then changed her subject field to that of Home Economics. She taught this to grades seven, eight and nine students in the gymnasium on the old Westminster School grounds. When the new Collegiate was built the program was moved into this building. Miss Gray had joined the staff of Hamilton but her classes were held in the high school. In 1954. one year oftor Wilson Junior High was built. Miss Gray joined their staff and has remained with us teaching in the same field. She is very much interested in travel and reading. She is noted for her diligence and fairness. The students and staff of Wilson wish her many more years of teaching and respectfully dedicate this yearbook to her.G. R CASTLES n 5C.. m a R. K. MICHELSEN O CO. D DAILEY C COOK G A BARTLETT G BONNET 0 CO S DRINKELL L J FEKETE « co J. W BRAUN o to D T GINGRICH TM 0 V V GRAY o co H KRAUSE J P KRULAK » co W J. LANGLANDS n COPRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE Tis education forms the common mind. Just as the twig is bent, the tree’s inclined. Some of you may wonder why you must go lo school. You allend so that you will benefit to the greatest extent possible from living in such a great country as ours. Aristotle was once asked how educated men were superior to those uneducated. He replied, "As much as the living are to the dead." A great philosopher was quoted as saying, "\ consider a human soul without education like marble in the quarry, which shows none of its inherent beauties till the skill of the polisher brings out the colors, makes the surface shine, and discovers every ornamental cloud, spot and vein that runs through the body of it." One of the most valuable results of all education is the ability to make yourself do the things you have to do, when it ought to be done, whether you like it or not. This is one of the hardest things to do for man is a procrastinator - he likes to put oft doing things. We live in a changing world. Our school year will be altered next term. New methods of teaching are being tried. New courses are being introduced. We are progressing. We must adapt or go the way of prehistoric animals. You can't stop change, just as you can't put the toothpaste back into the tube. I wish all of you a very pleasant holiday and may your year be a successful one. The "olden age lies onward not behind The pathwai/ through the past has led us up The pathway through the future will lead us on and higher.H E MAJOR n i o F. J. UMERIS O CO. R 13 NELSON o ro A G STAPLES O 9 A G WALKER R A McHARDY BA. B CO V. PICCINI R STEVENSON C M WILLIS F. MCHARDY R W MILLS B CO E. L. SIEMENS II CD. O ZIMMERMAN A SCOTT L THOMSEN J ZEMAN n coYEARBOOK STAFF front row; Colby r. Wendy O. (tdilOf). Mr. MUU. Rbondo M. Cd.tot). lovro 8. Bock row Donna S-. Sondto M. (Au.'ifoM Editor). Kerin K-. Rodney I . Robin'* T. MRS AALCAARO MISS 8URKC MR DOR AM MR ORTON STUDENTS' COUNCIL front rOM Swr*on L. Rbondo M_ fTreoiwrer). Wendy O (Secretary). $w»on f. (Rreiident). CK*ry| M. (Vic* Rre»ident>, S*oron S. Vol K . Rondy L Second row: UtU O . P#ggy H , Coreen M. Karen K. lovii* O. R©«onn* K. (9 Rep ). Spencer |.. Vern J. Cordon M (8 Rep). fco<V -o- Allan T.. Helen* ?„ Rerry 0. Merit W.. Jim M.. Co.ol 6. (7 Rep.}. Ke.ln K, Ron C.THE RETROSPECT For some time now Wiloonites have been searching for a new name for our yearbook. We wanted a name with dignity and meaning, with character and style. We believe that ''RETROSPECT" fills these needs. The Wilson Warbler has finally died of abuse. It was a good name but too many of us felt, - well, that the name was for the birds. Some of you may not see that the new name, Retrospect, takes something old and something new, put together to form the basis of our yearbook philosophy. "Retro" is an old Latin word mer.nir.g "backward of moving backward." It is a word that has a very modern place in our society, e.g. Retrorockcts or. a spacecraft. The word retro, therefore, is both modern and classic. And we hope that in ten, fifteen or twenty years from now, when a yearbook is a most prized possession,, you will indeed retrospect, or look backward, and remember those wonderful years of your youth. STUDENTS COUNCIL ' This year's council got the new year off with a BANG. Spirit Week, September 4, 5, and 6 was a great success. (Perhaps the Grade sevens did not like it - remember, they were slaves.) This activity as well as the skating parties and dances were well attended by our school and by our guests from Hamilton and Paterson. There were many fine achievements for the council this year. New uniforms were purchased for the Wallibies and sorely needed score clock was installed for the benefit of all. It has been a good year .for all* ■* :»eMY MEMORIES OF THE SCHOOL YEAR MY PALS WERE: NICKNAMES: •• SPECIAL BOYFRIEND (S) : * 0 •• • SPECIAL GIRLFRIEND (S): ft , INTERESTING ACTIVITIES: FAVORITE SUBJECT: AMBITIONS: POPULAR SONGS OF THE DAY: FAVORITE DANCES: RESOLUTIONS:P HoTo GlSnrnO;; *diUl_JlllL_iHi—111!—liit-J'PHOTO CLUB The Photo Club, directed by Mr. Braun, met on Tuesdays and had a total membership of about eight at the beginning of the year but decreased as the year progressed to about four. There were a couple of girls that showed interest but didn't show enought interest to join Photo Club. This year we had a number of films showing picture taking places and areas where to take pictures. We have planned a few outings with the camera and tripod to take pictures of wildlife around Lethbridge. The members of Photo Club would like to thank Mr. Braun for keeping his patience with us when we poured back the chemicals in the wrong chemical bottles. We would also like to thank Mr. Michelsen for his help and advice. . SCIENCE CLUB "Science" signifies "learning and knowledge". Y/e put forth a physical and sometimes even "mental effort" on the basic sciences. Under Mr. Siemens supervision, we attempted building test tube cleaners as well as bending glass. Earlier in the year we burned phosphorus, a yellowish non-metal which is luminous in the dark. Even if it didn't burn too extensively, it yielded a scent we'll all remember. The boys spent much time working on herofs engine and examining the transmission in an electric motor. Attendance for Science Club was very limited, about three girls and approximately twenty boys. Very few grade seven students joined. Membership has slowly been thinning out because of track and field and other school sports. Hov/ever, we have had a very prosperous Science Club. Let's have even more participation next year. NEWSPAPER The V/ilson Gazette was produced on an experimental basis this year with Room 106 producing the entire paper. We put out five papers this year and we hope you enjoyed each and every one of them. Student response to the paper was generally favorable in most instances. At this time, I would like to thank everyone in 106 for their great co-operation, and oxpecially to Mr. Krause, who gave up a lot of his time to help us out. Also, a special thanks to Mrs. Aalgaard, who taught us how to operate the Gestetner Machine and helped us out when we were having difficulties with it, and the students and staff of V/ilson who helped in any way. * In conclusion, I would like to say that all of us in 106 had a lot of fun with the newspaper and we would like to wish the best of luck to next year's newspaper staff.PHOTO CLUB fro*! row. Mr. Broun. Jim W.. Sill J. So<k row, Rodney I. David H. DOvg W. SCIENCE CLUB from row. M». S*er»«ori. Ken P., Igor $.. Dcbb'e A . Solon I . Ken 0.. Tony T. Sock row Po* P. Korea 8.. Shelly I., N'ck P, Ert>c* C-. Armin G. Ken S NEWSPAPER f«on» »o- lyte C. Honour K., Cheryl M. Dono O., Pol k, M/. Krovit, Sreodo S.. Jonrl D., Suton L. Peggy Moribo M.. Gerry G. Middle row. Joonne S. Linda 5.. Morilyn T.# Shtl!fy I.. Connie G.. $*.ioa P.. Anne S.« Joonre T., Linda Z. Povbne C., Ken S. Sock row Lowie U Tony H . Gordon 2.. Terry L. Greg M.. David H, Albert A . Prion S, Mokolm R„ Dovid S.. Dcvg W.s S’on J.Wilson Jr. High Scholarship Day Mr. fllUo* - Grigo Mr. • Darcy Homilfon Mr. CoitUi Dcrcy Morri ton Mr. Foliate David Harder** M/i. WiU. Awd»#y St:<k«l M' fcaVre* . Koto* ICropinok . Pot Schoftdor Mrt. SvtSerland . Marilyn Toi<kro*b Cvtll Speck** MR. J. A. WllllAMS Mr. C. Wit.on M/ A Mr.. C Wilton Mr. W.Uon . Decn ToVoKaiMWILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP OAi c‘J 196 J Program 0 Canada School Band -Mr. Haig Opening Remarks - G. R* Castles, Principal. Guest Speaker - Mr.-J;VA. Williams,-Tanner, Bell-&-Gerla Company - "Our Changing World" Musical Selection---------------------------------------------------School Band -Mr. Haig - ’’Greensleeves” .• Scholarships........... ••• - . The Campbell Clinic Scholarship to the student with the highest average in Grade Nine Language-Social.Studies. Mr. G. R. Castles-------------------------------------------------Darcy Hamilton . The Ellison Milling Company Ltd. Scholarship to the student v/ith the highest mark-in Grade Nine Home Economics. Mr. Howard Ellison-----------------------------------------------Wendy Grigg . The Jean Glover Scholarship offered by the Dr. F. H. Mewburn Chapter IODE to the student having the highest mark in Grade Eight Home Economics. Mrs. D. Sutherland----------------------------------------------Marilyn Teichroeb The Miners’ Library Scholarship to the students-with the highest average in Science in Grades Seven, Eight and Nine. Mr. J. Brown-----------------------------------Grade Seven-La} Jansens Grade Eight-Albert Azzara ' Grade Nine -Dwayne Knodel The Miners’ Library Scholarship to the students-with the highest average in Mathematics in Grades Seven, Eight and Nine. Mr. J. Brown------------------------------------Grade Seven-Leo Jansens Grade Eight-Ken Shaskin Grade Nine -Marlene Cookshaw . . Arthur Ohno Liea The Miners’ Library Scholarship to the students with the highest average in Language in Grades Seven, Eight and Nine. Mr. J. Brown------------------------------------Grade Seven-Peggy Zmurchyk Grade Eight-Albert Azzara Ken Shaskin tiea Grade Nine -Darcy Hamilton The Quota Club Scholarship to the student v/ith the highest mark in Grade Nine Typing. Mrs. B. Wilks---------------------------------------------------------Audrey Stickel Tho Sicks’ Lethbridge Brewery Ltd. Scholarship to the student with the highest average in Grade Nine. Mr. R. Fisher (Mr. M. Martel)--------------------------Darcy HamiltonThe Southern Stationers Scholarship to the student with the highest mark in Grade Nine Mathematics. - Mr. C. Linn-----------------------------------------------------------------Marlene Cookshaw ;' ■' • Arthur Ohno . : The Staff of Wilson Junior High School Scholarship to the students with the highest average in Grade Seven and Grade Eight. Mr.''J.: Bohnet-------------------------------------Grade Seven-Karen Kropinak Grade Eight-Pat Schandor The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America ;Local No. S46 Scholarship to the most proficient student in Grade Eight Industrial Arts. Mr. L. Fekete-------------------------------------------------------------David Handerek- • -|2-' The George Wilson Scholarship to the most proficient student in Grade Nine Industrial Arts. Mr. G. Wilson------------------------------------------------------------Dean Takahashi The Wilson Home and School Association Scholarship to the students with the highest average in Social Studies in Grades Seven, Eight and Nine. Mrs. B, Boehr--------------------------------------Grade Seven-Darla Kerr Grade Eight-Ken Shaskin . . Grade Nine -Darcy.Hamilton The D. R. Yates Scholarship to the students passing the Alberta Grade Nine Departmental Examinations with honors standing. Mrs. C. Redfern---------------------------------------------------------Marlene Cookshaw Darcy Hamilton Arthur Ohno . . . • Elaine Tanaka Deborah Witham Closing Remarks - Mr. G. R. Castles• • 1 B O ^ S ’ BASKETBALL This year v/e didn’t play too bad; we won three and lost three which put us in a tie for second place. We had twelve team members and our fabulous coach MR. NELSON. The team members are: Captain, Brian Sekiya Francis deGroot Brian Veres ; Greg Hamilton Jack Chymboryk Greg Masson Lachlan Kirk Leland Kirk Ritchie Baceda Rodney Iwaasa Randy Coutts Larry Trentini In our own basketball tournament we didn’t do so v/e 11 but in Raymond’s Tournament we just about had the consolation trophy but poor refereeing didn’t help matters. The team would like to thank Mr. Nelson for his time and effort he spent with us and to Mr. Bohnet v/ho coached us at the Raymond Tournament. We would like to also thank the Cheerleaders who cheered us on when v/e were losing and cheered us on more v/hen we were winning. A special thanks goes to the Students Council v/ho bought our basketball uniforms. WILSON WALLIBIES The girls Basketball Team cam out on top this year undefeated in our league games. Only one team from Taber succeeded to defeat the Wallibies in an exibition game. V/e played this game in Taber after the series in Lethbridge. Although that team had played together and practiced together for three years we put up a good fight, loosing by two free shots made in the last eleven seconds of the game. New uniforms, lots of practice, and a great coach inspired us through the season. Our tournament, v/ell attended by Paterson, Hamilton, Catholic Central and numerous out-of-town teams, v/as a big success. The Wallibieswon a trophy in that tournament also. We wore invited to a tournament in Redcliff, but v/e did not make it there. Thanks to all those who came out to all our games and rooted us to victory. Without Mrs. Walker, our coach, v/ho patiently gave a lot of her Saturday mornings, we couldn’t have done it. CHEERLEADERS This year was the first year Wilson has had Cheerleaders. As a result, we had to make our skirts and shakers. V/e then had to get suitable cheers for basketball. For practices we used the stage as v/e worked diligently on all cheers, especially Mrs. Walker’s favorite, ’’Keep the ball bouncin’”. Well, as the year progressed v/e got better and better. At our Basketball Bournament, we learned our weaknesses. We got some outside help and prepared for the Raymond Boy’s Basketball Tournament. As for the Cheerleading Competition, v/e came in second but v/e really enjoyed ourselves. As the basketball season drew to its end, we didn’t want to hand in our skirts as v/e hoped to cheer for other sports. V/e then said goodbye to our Captain, Cathy Ponech. and Supervisor, Mrs. Stevenson. We all hope that next year will find the Cheerleaders having as much as v/e did. Thanks, Mrs. Stevenson.G I R L S ’ B A S K E T B A L L Front row: Jeanette T., Pot $. (co-coptoin), Suxon F. (captain), Carolyn D.. Karen K. Middle row: 8 rendu $., Janet D., Alexandro O.,’ Carolyn G. Bock row: Mr». Walker. Roxanne K., Louise Sandro B., Rhonda M., Sharon S-, Cheryl M. • 1 w m ! fit”-#' BOYS’ BASKETBALL Front row: Ritchie B., Jack C.# Brian V., lorry T., Rodney I. Bock row: Mr. Nelson, Randy C. Greg M-. Frances Greg M.f Brian Sekiyo (captain) Icchlon K., lelard K. k row: CHEERLEADERS Bottom row: Susan C.# Kathy 0., Kathy P. (captain). Shannon S. Susan W.. Jone B., Debb'e W., Rita W., Carolyn S.. Tina D-, Holly S., Donno K„ Mrs. Stevenson, Downa P. FT T (1SENIOR SOCCER I*»0» Randy c ro~ G*eg M. J,m C. Gory N Kerry B. Tony H. lo<k fow M. Ur*e*.». A.min G. locMo* K telcnd K.# Bob T. Den*i« M. K*a S JUNIOR SOCCER <»©«! to** Byron l . Iro^ord Do^e W. M>dd'o 'O'* Govg C. Greg G.. Terry 0, Rojce H. Ken B back ro* K. m W, Horold K , A lo« Y. Gerry 0.. Terry t M» CockSOCCER This year our senior team has been very successful. Mr. Umeris, our coach, did a great job in getting us ready for the championship game against Paterson. During the season, our team managed to win five games out of the eight, losing two games to Catholic Central and a tie with Paterson. We thus won the league championship and proceeded on to play the final game for the city championship, which we won 2-1 over Paterson. Many thanks go out to the team who did a job well along with Mr. Umeris doing the school a great deal of honor. Our junior team however did not do so well due to a bad first half season in which they lost three games, tied one, and managed to v/in one game. In the second half of the season they made a great comeback by winning three games and tying two. Making it to the finals, they played against Paterson losing the game by a score of 1-0.(maybe it was because they didn t have a team manager) Another fine coach, Mr. Cook, did a great job in preparing the team and just about pulling them through. It was a fine effort on the part of Mr. Cook and the Team. DRIVING INSTRUCTOR: Now, tell me. What would you do if your brakes suddenly failed to work? STUDENT: I’d try to hit something'cheap? • * ' wr-jck NED: I’ve owned this car for ten years and never had a wreck. FRED: What you mean is that yov, ?ve owned this wreck for ten years and never had a car.TRACK AND FIELD This year track and field got started in January with the track club meeting three times a week indoors. On Saturday March 1, 1969 a large contingent of athletes from the club participated in the Annual Lethbridge Herald Junior Indoor Track and Field Meet. Here we competed against athletes from Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Montana. Congratulations go out to Ken Shaskin who jumped 19T 62” *1. 4. in the long jump to establish a new provincial batam indoor record. Our next competition was our own school track meet which was held on Friday May 23 . Students placing first and second at our track meet went on to represent the school at the city track meet. Holly Tokariuk threw the shot put 2Sri" to break the previous mark of 26r 6". Cleo Psaltis bettered the record mark in the Midget Girls Triple Long Jump jumping 13 feet 10j inches better than the previous record of 13T 9i". Wendy Stegan took a full second off of the old record in the girls 440 open by coming in with a time of one minute 10.7 seconds. Brenda Schmidt won the 60 yard dash, the 100 yard dash, the running broad gump and came in second in the hop step and jump. Brenda as a result of these efforts was the individual winner in the junior girls division. Peter Shaw was the junior boys champion. Ken Shaskin captured the senior boys title. We also captured the Senior and Junior Team Championships. The school tied for first place standing in the meet.BAND - GRADES 8 & 9 front row: Don f^ Jocque! ne W.. Shoron G-. Rolhy D. Shonnon Svion W.. Sherry D.. jeoret*© T.. Xoren W., Kathy P.. Korohi F.. Hol y 1 Second row; lei e O. trtndo W.. lyrn Ai, Corol Am S.. Koren C.. Sonera M.. Rvlh P.. Debb-e S, Sa-d'o (, Tony T.# M». Hoig. Third row* Rob M.. Rod C.. Ken H. Tim A., Donny L, Rondy Monti© P., Wolly 2-. Kerry ft. Fourth row; Cordon M. Rodney ft.. Neil ft.. Don C . Barry ft . tyl© M., Don H . Do'ryl M., Doug C. Bock row: Allan Y.. Crc'-g C., Jim M. BAND - GRADE 7 f/er>t ,©W Jom 6.. Kom.lk* N.. lavm T„ Wendy S. Wendy K. Bo.boro C . Coll N.. Gay Jon. June T.. Co-ol M.. Gordon L Second row, Svion A. lindo M.. Debbie A., Br.ndo W. Conrve W. Rot S. Aden# H. Kothy W. Jonell A. Svion I. Third »ow Mr Hoig. Donno C, Rkhord N.. Ken P.. Coil ft. Debro M. Myron R Fourth row Syd J.. Rono'd C.. Tom H. Clorenc© S. Ken D . Rudy P.. lorry T. B.elt T.. Terry Doeii. ftoik row: Bob P. Brion T.. BiB F.. R«hord R.. Mlchoel D. Morlo W. Dole O GLEE CLUB Front row: Corol P. Kothy P.. Cheryl W.. Brion T.. Chri» $. Pol P.. D eter W., Perry D.. Pol S. Dcnno C^ Am# T., ULn© C Seeoivl row; Mn Wolktr. Roxanne K., Movreeo A. Morilyn N . Shoron C. Brendo S.. Collin ).. Judy M. Shoron F.. Brendo K., Debbie C., Svion I . Ko*en K. Povlelfe H. Mr. Siemoni. Th rd row. Sherry G.. Wendy K., Mory Ann N . Debbie W . Rito W., Coi! N. Debbie A.. Wendy L. Glenno H. Morgoret M,. Coy P . ftetry low C. Fovtfh row lliiabefh W.. Svion A.. Ruth K, Phyl ii T.. Colleen M. Koren C.. Coro! Ann Sl, Gtorio L. Heother P.. Jocqvle M., J*ll*en J.. (liiobefh F. Bock row. Sherry D. Heother H. (!«ie S. Irene S. Wendy l.. Donna K.. Corolyn G-. Svion W.. Shannon S. Svion C, Rothy D. l.ndo M.SENIOR GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM front row W#ndf S, Pot Joret 0., J#o*#»t# T lock row. Mn Wolktf, Holly T.. Irendo S.. Vo a# t to $. Ihondo M., Smiot\ t. SENIOR BOYS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM froAf row. lob T . R.Hbio <#r> $ lock row IocMoa K. Wol'y Z.. Irion S. Lofood K. Min ng. Arrrwo G. GRADE 8 GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM front row Prg^jr M, Mo# K., Mr»Xmmfrfl*oo, If* $. (Hiobilk f. lock row Ro» T.. Dor*Ao K., Sbonnon Woody U Swion C. GRADE 8 BOYS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM Troof row. Gerry 0 . fromii D . GfO’Q# I. lock row: Mr. Moior. KeifH H., lob M. Do*.d S.. Bill M. Croig C. GRADE 7 GRllS* VOllEYBAll TEAM front row Mor.lyn N. l*«*do P.. Irendo L. SviO* I lock row lovro T.. Jon#* C. Korf« M. Mo'i'yn T^ Jon# l. GRADE 7 BOYS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM front row Gory L. Do*# C. l»io« C-. Ken D. Go*y T. lock row Jim C., lr#tf T.. Georg# T.. Mf R . M.(graduates 1959 Good Luck and May You Enjoy the Best of Everything in the FutureTom Allen Ion» •% »*• qu>«t type 0:nna Ba£0tti nom*. Mo«,f Kiffy Sanaa l*ke* *0 lp«k of tK» ft.flt 0cuf.l3i Craik Dovo •» o **c#- eo«r qoi«g Sherry 0:£tercn Suran frier Itarola Fritz $H# foot o good o»Mvd# u«n» ° *o $«tO* .1 Iht «* ov» StvdeftU' Cov*«;l Crcz CiIIjcv Rod Grey *0d <C*t% from CoM©r*.o He • » dri»#r t Ooue Hjuotd Me .t «o"**o«»Jr beimj boiled ou* Bob He£*edai W.fl.t. Marvin Hi*a Ken Humphrey* ’ »e »o f©!‘ vvttp Mr -i k.^d o* !.ttle look.^q Michael Uassa Ve»y t»o *r Brent Mclean liket q!‘ll Corir.ne Messmer Lenard Mueller SUcey Kytard 00.oi% good »*»'< Me it oUofi dietted to mo' lema'd it *t/y tfof 0«d Qw»f Nick Pailenko Mf'» ?oO. 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Bradiy Eliojston Good-time Chorl.e Arrin Gerstenbuhler He it ckoy. I gvett. Bev Hoard She it »ho*t ond well monnered. David Iwaskiw He like* flrvieg. Bill Johnstrn He octi Koll hit og< oil of fhe t.me Red Iwaasa H# O big bvllyf leland Kirk Harcld Kopan He »'l Overog# in tchool I think he ii honett ond foi'hfvl in o pinion i. Randy Lawton Rick McCollum He •% bked He it fifty-fifty in intelligence by moil people. 8renJa McLean Marion MeMurren • Nancy Melvin Cary Nakamura Kathy Nujis Ain Parjinage * oiwna Pickett She I let fo beo’ She it kind, inftliioent. >he it olwoyl lotking. Hit big movth gett She It o friendly gioni Mr. Hord She it qgtte g tolkoti*< person gp on boy» worm ond con- him in o lot ol •iderote. trovble Allan Sllgehlro Nice kid. . Oale Sullivan He it foirly eoiy to get olong wlfh bvt Wendy Thomas Bcb Tlnordi She* like• Ike finer things Me It not toll, he It not chert, he it* not fet, he it not ikinny. bvt he il'rvot folks too mvch. In Kfe, like boy*. perfectAlbert A«ara Ann Burnett H. it abl. »o loam '‘C‘ou t,own'' moftr’iol fotttr »Ko« moil yov rnt€l. Lyle Clampllt Mt it o good ggy lot o (tier'd. Janet Ouce Pauline Etna Gerry Cardin Dan3 Guwel’u Nice kid. Her pet peeve it 'Ice Creom MoV* h* enjoy* tolkinfl oboul <0.1 people thot »o:k obowt people who ore tho»t Connie Gillctt She it o piono ployirg O’.rl but ir tcKool iKf co^ld moVe K#«'J »w.r! Tony Hamja fait runef. David HandereV H# it O** o( lH« 1*910 itiiovti itvdonti Shelly Ibbitscn Stanley Johnson $ke it good io !(«•"» Kit moiVi ore o lot bigger tkon Wet. Roxanne KeturaKis She doet good i*t her tchool wO'i Susan Lsnderycu She hot thort olo*de hole Laurie LtRfte Te"* lecnz Whoever you lifd 1-K.n S.VJyo. H» «» »"* •>< ,h* ««P fOwll |t«tl)«lMl f*d lowr'»e. Martha McOcna'.d Creg Mason He it oUoyt teody Her per to no My b'lghf o*d Voref it pro TO help gromrred lo 0«ve onyone o ttore Cheryl Mercer Susan Pitt Vice Present M#, ^ p««,e .» lirdo 2. Malcolm Rennie Hit mo'n hobby ,i doi^g modeit. Linda Rcsentelt She it o rarmol gi»l Oa«id Schandcr He l.ket topped vo con Pat Schandcr She it liked by every ore Brenda Schmidt very c<» «e in tporfi Brian StViya Yov ccVf toy tSol he it conceited be- cowte yov know ihoi he it reeded. Sen ShasVin He it who! yov would coll on oil • found tort O* o guy. Peggy Sleightholm loarr.e Stanton Marilyn Tcichroeb She it olwovt i«»cteitfd She hot high morkt in the locol She hot o neor pr‘<it perionolit/ Juannc Toth 0:uz Wen* • She doei o fol of talking. M# " 0;,,%r0,r, well dretied Gordon Zabe! Linda Zicltlte He took I, t ood 3 h two yeon Her pet peeve "SUSAN PIT gOt«P Cindy Arr.our SK* it 9 f»c* p*»tot>. Richie Baseda "Cleon Cut** Jerry Beach Virginia Brad/ wo»kt h0*d Randy Coutts H* it dumb. H« Ikei to fool orownck Haeel Falconer A. P. ond r. T. h|„wl^ Ted firth he often g*ft in trovbW Lorna Flittcn AlwOjfl fyPJ to Q«t on tH# Q°°^ of %OMC*9- Cary Guttage Cory it o real rt«* Quy. Lachlan Kirk f Me’t good in tporft Regina Krawcryk Reg.no it pfeotont. Ron laearick Me gett olong with oil tV* gi»li. Irene look lynnctte Maiacko Charlene *Matsden Dennis McArthur $>!• i| lovd. Sh* <1 iSghlly on iKo »Sy »>d#. SS» al-oji (Nowing owoy on b'rti of gum. He olio hot teoih mittioQ Cary Nagata H* Koi o mol* Grace Ness If sh* w*r* ony tmoller yov could *»*P on her. lira Orich He do*I reol woy Owl thing* Linda Potvin $**’i o good kid. uenmaier Cheryl Redman Me it ow »mm*r boy. O'f'oll th* it not tv«K o bod dons# Racdy Si'.lito Mr Kat fc-ighi rod koir, tmoll oro * *o>nny Don Sprcule Me hot ° boll golfing on teo<K- •M‘ nenret. Danny Stephens H* ond Mr». Drinkett doth l«k* bright o'onge ond dwll fd. Sharcn Stevenson She it olwoyt tolking. Larry Trenlini M* it o g*eot kid. ond lik*t olmott everyone. Pat Williams She hot blond* gr«n eyet, 5*3" ond <h*v»i gum in doithvoomi !Uu O Ji“n Appelt Grcfc Arnold George Avramenko Known o• "APPIES"., Alwoyi fooSng o»cw«d Dotin'! know with Holly T. Ml freiuh. Gabriele Beck Qebbie B . GABBV'. She like! !o *ol^ obow! everyone. Bm=S Chudct.Hk c#11|,,)ni, C-»e of the invar t ©ne». ho1 ° *>'0 UodJ Ceoltt Melrin 0n ^ ^ ^ ^ Darrell flak Rodney Hsoze U*t tolilnfl *0 B4.ih'l bolKtc -its girli u lcodr fkC.II.nl ,tvd.nl. No' °* <**•' Wendy $. »o argue. 01 K# fooki Hilda Kamma Kevin Kanashirc Sh. i. -oo l;l„ ,"Kng f©. the ret! of oi. John Kieloik Ron Krikke foidy qv'«e! <©rrpo'ed *►« J0ktr to the /#•! of vi. Rhcnda Marlir.yk Dennis Matsui Oa»id McCarthy Oile McMann Dennis Mtaci Tht bti! in f.T. TOO QUICTI Lkti to folk obow! He ond Ron moke likti fooling crowd hSi big hvnting lofort to Ik# rivtf bottom. o perfect molcK. with teochen. Bruce Miki Greg Morten Lc.ise Oliver CvgKl of everybody Try» fo p?oy the Sord role. .» too it©* Wer.dy Oitcki She Koi o fingtr .1 oimoil every OCtlrify. John Penton Cindee Perererzill K..p, infilling ,So. ^ ^ ^ ^ KJt Yamono it DICK. »K# btM a'Ovnd. Susan Pinney Tryi to fKrt wilS a’l ihe boyi. Robert Perry l.kei to folk obow! <o»» and boo It »ith Rod H. Wendy StC£an Sht Si 101'i TRACK ANO flUD Chaws* Rcibic Thomsen Alrhavgh /ow'd never know it f^ere art »omt girli he dotin'! Iik«. Holly Tokariuk Lenny Woolf Althovgh ihe letfni to bt iKy end Sht Si olwoyt fownd crowAd ihe boy* q**!. iKt Si jui! like everyone -h.n rK.y don't n..d h«. ,0, N0,Sr,Lct-ise Bart:n 8:ychuk David Arderssn Ho novor dooi M* ° child. h;, h**.«o.k. ** do*‘ —11 Oawn Brady yy Vefcnlca B,leeert jack Chyobwyk Dale Coyle “Hi* «-** * S*,. dl.liW. tcKool. h;‘ H. .„|or. hwnring. work deft* ho !l olwoyt Qc-oficg ©ff. John Doubinin H# il o pfdlly bg ggy. Randy Dyck Jin Carl Ho Lkot to fl.rt with 'ho girli. 0«* of »ho»t doyt W» ho'*» won't b# Ihtr#. Rita Freeman Sho i» olwoyt tolling to Uvlto uavid French M» it toll or>*J skinny. Stephen Heather Mo'll bo okay orxo ho giH ttortod. Gres Hamilton Ho ol o torror O* *ho boikotboll covet. Lynn Hiscott Mo# moin hobby it choting boyi Charmaine Hnatiuk Sh© lekot »0 fiifV. Kelly Howe Fred Johnson f • it fo# hit friondly woyt. M» it olwoyt to'l-ng ft • it for hit (Ovghnfti Valerie Kramncr Sho hkot to oot £ r> it for hit #no»mowi bvild. it fo# hi* dvrrbroet. Jerry Kueheran Cicine McAdanV Cheryl McLean Mar»tn Ness Charlotte Oler Janice Orr lercy Pearjcn i. cvl. end ««♦«,. Sh. i, o H;, n;a„om. it lky Ilk.. lo , of tho boikotboll onyth.ng choto tho boy. Ho it tbo#« **'*0 16 tocm Heether Penych Too wovkln'l know thol tho it •A tho room Bill auayle Hoi foil of fr#<k!#t. Irene Schmidt S.'.<«edt ;a mo»» tvbt#<«» Jack Steifhtfcolrn ho •»* olwoyt catching Marie Wilson Sho olwoyt tilt qwiotly Cordon Wright Sherry Wyroitok Ho Ihinkt ho it a hot tkot. $h« roolly moktt hor cornor boom wp on homo- • • j.'. A UTTlC utS.S NoiSp PLEASE,- 6 t\^HT >-•••« • • • * ».- . »/v#£ •. • . r i • ■L'l %*?.•:* ROOM 103 BIOGRAPHIES JOHN BARRACLOUGH GLEN BRADY PAT BURKE MARILYN CAHOON DEAN COOLE SUSAN DUNHAM ED FILKOWSKI BRIAN FLEMING CAROL FREDERICK LAURIE GANGER DEBBIE GREEN GARY GROSS LONNIE HOV/G MARIE KITAGAWA ROBBIE LARSON LAVONNE MeNEIL ROBERT MYERS LANCE PARSONAGE DENISE PATTERSON DAVID SELESKI W/.SYL SEN I EC CHARLENE SHASTAL JOHN TILLET DIXIE STYNER SHEILA URBAN DIANE MAKARENKO DOROTHY WOODHOUSE MR. SIEMENS LIKES shop shop no homework food girls and booze linda!s...pranks new clothes good things Chinese food boys certain boys hockey sports Science girls Chinese food cars girls boys no homework borrowing things boys girls motorcycles Science winter clothes students DISLIKES none school haircuts boys teachers old fashions homework bad things in life show-offs school conceited boys horses girls and school Math teachers Math no holidays Math & Mr. Major school school getting caught school Suzuki ignorant boys Math Math school hippy students DRIVING INSTRUCTOR: Now, tell me, what would you do if your brakes suddenly failed to work? ITd try to hit something cheap. STUDENT:JOHN GLEN PAT MARILYN DEAN SUSAN CAROL LAURIE DEBBIE GARY LONNIE MARIE ROBERT DIANE LqVONNE BOB LANCE DENISE DAVID WASYL SHARLENE DIXIE SHEILADON KAREN CRAIG KATHY DAN F. VICTORINE DAN l. dan h. SHARON me JIM GORDON iynn DARRYL SANDRA M. LESLIE MONTfE CAROl-ANNE TONY BRENDA JACQUELINE SHANNON ALLANROOM 202 BIOGRAPHIES LIKES DISLIKES TIM ANDERSON sports bothersome girls SANDRA BURBANK ... sports pesty boys BARRY BANACK talking homework KAREN CHUMIX talking to K.D. brother RODNEY BARNETT girls fish KATHY DOE j . • IU R. ’ water guns NEIL BURNETT •i.1? cherry pie sister CRAIG CLIFTON making noise certain people VICTORINE FERGUSON brother boys DON CHRISTENSEN girls P. T. SHARON GUISE certain people homework DAN HQLLIHAM .’ • - #M* football girls GORDON HUNT shop •• -*.• • • homework RANDY PAUL •u. -. . ice cream needles DANNY LINN .. ' • . •*. • ice cream P. T. LYNN MATSON . skating cottage cheese LYLE Mac DONALD football certain people SANDRA MIKI someone special squirt guns JIM..MALACKO. forgetting books half-inch square SHARON SCHNEIDER sports cold weather DARRYL. MSDGRUkA money homework CAROL .AICN. SHAN ta1king sewing IiESLIE 0:2:0 shop cornflakes BRENDA V7ATT3 Beatles liver MONTIE PIERCE shop homework JAQUELIITE V/OltMLEY P. T. clarinets toky trofymow * • • • • Science P. T. ALLAN XATSATA strav.'berrlco homework DAK,FERGUSON lisping girls •c. . ;5 .v 0 ... . ..... Read., in the will of a miserly millionare”.... and to my dear brother Fred, whom I orotnised to remember in my will, "HI THERE FRED.” • ••• • ••• il:fROOM 204- BIOGRAPHIES LIKES DISLIKES KEN DUVAL certain things dirty cheats riAVID FALCONER . *%i r.w- girls flat ones ROM FORSMAN i fi \ *5 art school MARVIN HAMILTON N.S.O. prince fairies GEORGE IRVINE Mamma & Dadda lippy people WALTER KALKAN money brats CAMERON KIRK art nothing BILL MacKAY art teachers JIM MATTHEWS little people pig shaves ERIC PATCHING animals housework JOHN 3ELLENS jazz women IGOR SHASKIN modern tech. boring holidays PETER SHAW hunting and fishing girls ROD VAYKOVICH P. T. school LYLE VOGEL girls school KIM WOOLF Pigmup bald people CAROL EARL certain boys Math TERRY GARDINER Elvis Phyllis Diller JOYCE KIRK hit records boring weekends ADRIENNE KWACZEK . old houses Math GLORIA LAZARICK holidays spoiled brats LINDA MALCOMSON home time corrections PAULETTE NEVILLE record hops Math CLEO PSALTIS people Maxi skirts ELSIE SCHMIDT i certain people homework HELGA SPITZER boys P. T. RITA WELZEL boys homework MARLENE WISNIEWSKI boys ignorant boys SHELLEY ZUBACK Science certain idiots VERONA PATTERSON radio boys BRENDA KOSAKA Math homework QUESTIONS: How do you get an elephant into a popcorn box? ANSWER: You don’t, they only come in cracker jacks.KEN CAROL DAVE RON TERRY MARVIN ADRIENNE PAULETTE JOHN LYLE IGOR RITA PETER HELGA ROD MARLENE KIM SHELLEYROOM 2 0 5 HEATHER FAITH KELLY BYRON PEGGY VERONICA TOMMY DONNETTE TERRY KAREN BILL GORDON NOELIE PERCY PHYlllS GARY DANIEL DIETER JIMROOM 205 BIOGRAPHIES ^ • • . ... , , LIKES DISLIKES CAROLYN DAW • • Buckshot noisy rackets BRENT DEWAR Rowan & Martin work ELIZABETH FENN •* one teacher green pickles BRENT FRANZ cars school EZIO GARDIN girls school FAITH'HARMS playing piano homework HEATHER HACKER- holidays. homework PEGGY-HUTTON cute boys . immature boys TOMMY KENEALEY money school TERRY KENNON’ sexy cars work KELLY LAROCQUE old movies school BYRON LEE • ' dirty old men • girls that sing VERONICA LOKOTIANSKY; w.- ■ long holidays work DONETTE LUCHAN3KY. badminton combination mixer- KAREN1-MAGDEBURG travelling homework BILL MANLEY neat cars ugly cars Gordon McCarthy Fords liver NOELLE McLEAN some teachers homework PERCY NORDIN , Saskatchewan Roughriders Calgary Stampeders BRIAN OLIVER girls Language JOANNE ONYSCHUK nice teachers grouchy teachers CAROL SEKIYA strict teachers loose glasses CONNIE SEVERTSON certain boys long-haired boys CHRIS STEUDLSR • girls hot mustard PHYLLIS TERAKITA - stock car races short hair GARY VOSBURGH 0‘udo snoopy teachers DANIEL WIRZBA reading French DIETER WITZKE «*• ^ j ; . . . .• Mr. Bartlett Ottawa Roughriders JIM WONG • -» V •■* »* •• ... nice teachers homework '• Z! ' ,,r“ ‘ .... # # # jfc # : Jc 5^ # # # 5fc # # # # # 2*0,4 * # # $ # An atomic scientist went av/ay on vacation. In his absence, a sign was hung on his office door reaching: GOME FISSION!ROOM 206 BIOGRAPHIES .' •I*:.1.1.' 7 ■••LIKES DISLIKES SHIRLEY BOBAK-- food school WENDY LAGLER cute boys nosy people TERRY TARNAVA “ * cars hair COLLEEN HERTER Mr. Bartlett holidays DON HOLBERTON guns school LINDA HARDING "*' • Cobra by Henry Gibson Frog by Henry PEGGY ZMURCHYK L.C.I. Boys (B.B.) no comment DEBBIE PENS 1 : Barry (B.B.?) pork and beans LINDA CARD "The Lions” TWO TIMERS KIRK BATHGATE Big Spenders teachers HENRY HOFMAN fixed-up cars school BRENDA"WILSON swimming. pea soup BRYAN PIERZCHALA cars haircuts LARRY V/IGTON girls school KEITH HARRIS horses cats RALPH WELZEL skating people calling me weasel NEIL REDMAN sports homework TED VISSER booze education SANDRA GILLETT french dressing spinach SANDRA SAWCHUK sports winter JUDY FILMER boys strong food JAYNE FERREIRA boys school MARCELLA COOPER . holidays homework DOUG GIBBONEY: girls boys LON MORRIS--*. books P. T. MARTIN HAMER . cat hairy legs KEITH COMAJU* y. • money homework ron mcarthur : v • girls brown HBINTZ RUDOLF money 9 • KAREN KROPINAK Puerto Rican actor last name complicated CATHY FLYNN dogs Math DENISE CLIFFORD modern folk singers short haired boys ' . V •' •• • ■ ‘ "i »- t? If Ifve said anything to insult you,believe me I»ve tried my best.ROOM 2 0 6 .. KIRK SHIRLEY LINDA C. KEITH C. MARCELLA JAYNE LINDA H. KEITH H. COLLEEN HENRY DON ROBERT KAREN WENDY RON LON DEBBIE BRIAN NEIL HEINZ SANDRA S. TERRY TED RALPH LARRY BRENDA PEGGYROOM 2 0 8 JANET DIANE GERRY FRANCES CAROL LEO BARRY DARLA PATSY SPENCER MAE PHIUIP CORDEN EUGENE MAUREEN HARRY ALEXANDRA MARY JOYCE BEV FRED MONTIE PAT PERRY KATHYROOM 206 BIOGRAPHIES JANET ADACHI - MAR KITAGAWA PATRICIA TANAKA KATHY ZORN BEVERLY SERVICE MARY SEMAK JOYCE PALLET ALEXANDER ONYSCHUK MAUREEN NESBIT DARLA KERR JILLIAN JANG CAROLYN GOW DEBIE DUFF PATSY DOUGHERTY DIANE BACZUK FRED SHAW MONTY RUDE LEE PENDER HARRY OATES EUGENE NAKAHAMA GORDEN MIRKOVICH PHILIP LEIMV/EBER BARRY KANASHIRO LEO JANSEN SPENCER IWAASA REX GOODRIDER FRANCIS DeGROOT GERRY DAVIS DARRELL CARPENTER LIKES food volleyball T.V. certain boys basketball boys and dancing B. R. .. •• . basketball boys certain boys • i most teachers certain boys basketball boys long hair certain girls pet dogs Social • • • electronics certain girls Social gum football certain girls money horses money certain girls girls DISLIKES school school school certain teachers liver brats French classes boys Tiny Tim homework stuck-ups Tiny Tim homework school homework Monkeys Language Math certain people school Math all teachers homework nothing to do Math girls ugly girls goofy teachers rotten teachers •The class was having a geography lesson when the teacher asked.^.. "Benny, where*s the largest corn grown?" "On-Pop*s little toel" Benny replied.: ROOM 210 BIOGRAPHIES * 1 • LIKES DISLIKES MAUREEN ALBIEZ turtle-necks C. D. SUSAN CRABB some boys r nosy people LINDA GODSALVE B. K. school LORRAINE JOHNSON . R. M. D. I. RUTH KALAU German food short hair DONNA KITAGUCHI talking - pizzas WENDY LEE leather skirts liver JACQIE MAGEE boys pepperoni pizza CHARLOTTE McINTYRE pizzas boys BEV ROWLEY dancing K. W. ANGIE SCHWARZ a special guy teachers KAREN SUMMERS my special boy vegetable soup DEBRA WAGONTALL some boys long skirts DONNA WILLIAMS boys pizza PAT LEAVITT gum D. L. JOHNNY BOYLE hockey • R. C. BILL CERUTTI hockey teachers RICKY COYLE hockey J. B. CLAIR DOW ????????!I I ?i?t?i?:?i PERRY DUBCHAK hockey R.W. DANNY IWASKIW grumbling ERNIE KURZE hockey swimming PAT PARSONAGE girls school BOB PATTERSON |P hot rods teachers TOM SECRETAN girls teachers DAYLE SIMPSON food teachers KEN WILSON . * r B. R. teachers HAL LAUGHLIN girls school A vistor to the Modern Art Museum examined an object of art and then remarked to a guard standing nearby, ,rAnd this, I suppose, is one of these hideous representations you call modern art.'* "No lady, replied the guard, that's called a mirror."ROOM 2 1 0 MAUREEN ClAIR RUTH WENDY KAREN JOHNNY RICKY SUSAN PERRY LINDA LORRAINE JACQUIE CHARLOTTE BEV ANGIE DEBRA DONNA W. HAL PAT TOM KENC L ftSb •) no £ £T y o u T E^c He-fi^yROOM J. 51. i .. VJhen asked what happened in 151 this year Mr. Cook said, "Nothing." Two of his more illustrious students,'they must be illustrious because they were working overtime, replied, "Every- Thing." "If you 3.ook back far enough" said Jane, "there isn’t much that didn’t happen. We would like to tell you about it but Mr. Cook won’t leave the room." (He left.) Jane and Wendy ■ thought - and thought - and thought. One thumb was chewed eagerly. • • l . \ \ \\ \ Wendy recalled the time when Bruce was asked how he V'* would answer a certain, question and he replied, "With much . % • . ; difficulty." The two students also recalled the time Mr. Thompson * * was .tricked into playing Mission Impossible - like— (Mr. Thompson) "Your, assignment" (students) "should you accept it," The time \ m i \ \ ’• i when the Jack.pine outside Room 151$s window was covered with ^ \ dandruff and other amusing incidents made life in 151 -1969 VERY INTERESTING. i \ • v\ * ROOM 152 15'2 had a year of likes and dislikes* The biggest cate- V«\ gory of likes was that of gum chewing. Here we find L. Anderson, 1 g • E. Chirka,-.D. Christie, A Huemer. D* Kearney, B. Lazarick, D. Sulliva^ and S. Wince. Other "likes" ranged from boys, cycles, . % 0 S • mm And horror Stories to holidays, min: skirts and long—haired boys. Thirteen of thirty-two people in 152 dislike work, school and teachers. Other dislikes were big turks, boys, maxi skirts and . boys with brush cuts.ROOM 151 f'oni row. Mr. Cook. Brian Thitfiem, Oole W.gton. For Sander. Dcnno Ci-qq. OovQ Crowford, Sidney Johnion, Go/net Wood. $*<o*d row. Word George. Merle Waterfield. Jerry Do vie*. Sandra Hegtond. Oon Crobb. George Rorrage. Tern Herbert. Third row Monty Wright. Greg Gibton. Wendy Sero. Kornelia Nc^dorf. Wendy Coulfi. Svton Iwoaia, Gordon lordtryov, Tim lortor* Bo«V ro~: Richard hfieuwendyk. Bru<e Brookt. Brenda Write. ion# MocPhe'ion. Suian Appe l, Debbie Ande/»on, Go I Neibift, Bret! Towmend. J m ChyrrbOryk. ROOM 152 front row. John Koopmon* Rt<«iy Moncock, Jock Price, Do*id Coutft. Drwo'nr Keornry. Second ro~ Mr*. Wo-ker. B*e.-do Seomon. Collin Jong. Cheryl Wince. Doreen Sullivan, Cheryl Brown, tlcino Ch rko. Shelley Shottol. Irtndo lotarick. Helen/ Ptolri*. Third row; Hcnt TicHemetiki, Dcvg Humphrey*. lawrif Orr. trendo from. Poute"* Huber, lorrone And*’tor*. Rondy Roe, Tony Webber, Bob firth. Back row Dovg Chriitie. David Couttt, Doug Schrogg e, Angela Huerrer, Betty Coyle. Donno loitvko. Debbie Schroter. Randy longhofer. Dovg Service.ROOM 153 front row. Jo^et RkKo'dt, Ron Clo*k, Ken Roneefi. M*<Koel fowl. Rob P<c»k. Second row KotKy Wormley. Judy Moncr.e*?. Wendy Klein, Mr. Tho-men. Coro! Moore, Connie Wyroitok, Juno ToWdo. fiorboro Cookthow. Third row: Rvdy Peter*. C’orence SirO'yok, Jim Heglond. lorry Troc'ntod. R.cky toimviien. David Crobb. Kendall Dvie, John lioce, Bill Frecko. • Buck row: <W Detoney, Arlene Ming. Sandro Dow, Gay Plomp, lo.'ra Trent. Jonnell Ondrik, Jcne Bviowiky, Gail Blonchard, Debbie Mov^lilon. lirdo Meyer*. ROOM 154 from row. 8orry Sedgwick. Brion Anderion. Terry Border, Corrine Bog*.iky. laftrine Poldn. Gront No*din. Ket'er Hormo. Second row Rondy Kroeker. Royce Moncock. Do*id Forsyth. Jamei Molccmion. Bob 0ob»o. Oavid MxCwcig, Allen Jacob*, Mr*. Ste*en*on. Third row Murray Vickert. Allen Robinion. Vern J#»*. Groce Olyiloger. M.o/.tjn To»h. A?on Woodhouie. Ron Derkien. leonord Brewer. Bock row: M.odiin Siely. Deb«o lk*trom. Debbie We*ferg#een. Debbie Brody, Keren McM.vrroy, Ka*hy Dietien. Wendy Kotkon.ROOM 153 The class, of 153 is proud of the things they have done for the school with such things as selling the most ’'Bubble Trouble” tickets, raising money for the score board, and supporting the school in volleyball, basketball and badminton tournaments. - i 153. also won the "Little 200”* As a class they consider themselves hard working and serious. ’O’! •••.«• • , . . One day R. Rasmussen was chewing gum when Mr. Cook caught him and made Ricky put the gum in the garbage can and also sit there for the rest of the period. Mr. Thomsen likes to embarass certain girls by reading their private notes in school. Gail, Gay and Debbie found out the hard way one day. The class of 153 appreciates and likes their home room ■teacher, Mr. Thomsen. They feel that he is an all-time great teacher who will be remembered for a long time. ROOM 154 Debra B'. and Jim M. have had something going between them .. all..year.. . ‘ •r Deborah E. was embarassed when Mr. Thomsen ordered her to chew gum m class • r.. Some of the new kinds in 154 are: Terry Rancier, Ron Derkson, Kester Harma and Leonard Brewer. * • •. • • **£.•* f•-• • * • * -# . , . ,. t • At the Penny Carnival the booth that 154 had was called . • • r rtr "The 154 Gold Mine”. You would punch through a lucky shaft and receive prized or a punch in the nose. ITm sure that we all had ?«;rrr .Y* 4. .v. - • • • fun that night.As the year progressed our room managed to be known as "The Worst Class". Mr. Castles visited our class often and it wasn’t just a social call either. Later in the year after .we lost Ron Peterson, our class slowly improved. It was really good for one period on May 1st. Robbie Hoyt and Peter deGroot took leading parts in - "Bubble Trouble" while Dan Sullivan busied himself by singing.in the chorus. Our Scotsman, Ian Patterson, won first prize in the festival for playing his bagpipes. Bernie Billingsley, Ron- Peterson, Wilfred Briegert-and Richard Williams establied a nev; world record for being called or sent down to the office. Our new student Wayne Baldrey occupied Mr. KrulakTs time after school in April for detentions. April was a busy month for our class. We all hated the thought of Easter Exams, but besides that we lost one of our best • • • ' T students, Eobbie Jordan. We also said gcod-bye to Veronice Heavy Runner, Ron Peterson transferred to 157 later that month so Mr. Kru.lak and Mr. Cook put away their nerve and headache pills. Also in April, Mr. Krulak got a nev; used car. It’s a real bombshell. ROOM 1 5 5 ROOM 156 THE GOO)) LIFE OF ROOM 156 Arnold the pig alias Gail Arnold enjoys listening to Brian Anderson and Bad Guy Wayne Bcrglund. Scott Davis with his movalbe auotes seems to think that * the playground is a’very nice place for Jo~Anne Cannon. Debbie Frederick wears out so many pairs of shoes from chasing the boys around. Barry Emerson, the goldfish, and Glenna Hamilton, the hambone, seem to make better coup together. Robin Lagler likes to ■ eat ,v;orms in her. garden each day, yum, yum! Milton Iwaasa and Hank Heerze ccem to have things in common. Mary Ann Napadajlo has the freshest and biggest mouth in town with bigtyne.ROOM 155 ffcut to**. Don Svllivon. Robert Kirfoik, Berr’e 0>II ngtley. Blthofd William*. Ke.'n Kromrref, Wilf B> rg«rt, Ken SSu^rto, Robert Joedon. Alvin ftiti. Middle row: Mr. Krv'ok. Cloro Toylor, Sondro Wilton, Koren Koo'e. M.orrty Kuni. lowrie Wyrot*ok, Dione M<Coc^. Veronico Meovy Rvnner. Svton Fortyth. to<k row. Robert Hoyt. Itn Jor«.e, Jo laFovmit. Horo'd Ovopmon, lor* Poterion, Pete' dtG»oo*. Ron Petcrton. Ron Go'd. ROOM 156 Front rowi ArtHw Roetler, Covg Goodrich. Barry fmerton, Woyne Evglwnd. Robert loyton. Dorryl Knodel. Second row: Betty Me Ad on*. Ann Kro, Oebro Yoong, Debbie fredbek, Mr». Pi«Irl, Robin loglee. Debbie Grey. Carol Potvin. Ka»Hy Homil*on. Third row. Milton Iwcoio. Honk Herne. Myron Rok, Colvin Sprovle, Pool Woo ley. Scott Davit, fd von Nie^rwenhoixen. Beck row: Mary Ann Nopodo to. Svton Beyer. Moxine Fvni, Morgoret Morvi. Go I Arnold. Jo-Arn Ccrron. Sherry Geldert. G’enro Mom :*on.ROOM 157 r . b:,lv f,.w. k.IIv Vnvkovich. Robert Tomaili, Allan 7homjon. Ewor. MotForlond. '£sz:'tLsnm.ms l* ».«... -««*. «•* -— rjr 25 sr-ss nzz et—.— —«•» - — — ■— *... M HwnHton> Col 8o,.h»k. lo.o 8.ooo. Ooooo Sl.v.o.on. ib**. Wol.rfW. Co,ol,» «-«*•-.. Jon.. Clifton. Dcnna Sugihoro, Murray Kobe. ROOM 157's YEAR To cheer you before your cheers are gone, we offer this ah . . . or . . . incredible but true account of our life as the class of 157. Some of the hilarious affairs of our wild gong included a push-over in art when Marilyn N. merrily shoved Donna S. under the table and who should appear but Mr. Staples. As Ricki Crowe wildly expressing his idea of an unpleasant sense he blurted out, "One unpleasant smell that I don't like is when cows and horses are doing their business/' On SLAVE DAY Carol B. decided it was time she pulled in a big sucker. DEEK! She got a fish hock caught in Gary L's head during Literature and the teacher worked frantically to free it. Kathy T. was redder than a beet when she put ink all over Brian's afee and Mrs. McHardy scolded her. Every was quiet as a mouse in Math when the walls came tumbling down in the form of a deafening KER-CHOO. Thanks a lot Rick. How come Ewan always gets a handout from Mrs. McHardy? She always pats him on the head. Seems os though Health gets a bit too much for Janet C. She just faints away. Oh well! Mr. McHardy was there to pick her up. Mrs. AAcHardy is a good, happy, sad, funny, merry, serious and unbeatable teacher. She cheered us up when the chips were down and helped make this year one of the best we have ever experienced.Clean-Up Squad. Soup’* On. Sweet Dream*. Jackie W.. Mid . Brenda S.. Jr.. Pa: S.. Sr.. Hoim K.. Mid., Peter S. Jr.. Ken S and Brian V. Sr. A ll Kifcht You Guy*. T h e One and O n ly . . M r. M ill* . La<,>' Godivtt • Th e F ly in g Nun. If* S\ip<*fkifk! Tip Toe Through the Sandbox. Kck! It's a Mouic. How Many Inches in ;■ Foot? Ill Get You Yor. The Rush I* On. HI Get The?* If It Kills Me • I«ct Me Th ro ug h . Le t Me Through And th# *corc went up another notch. Give Mr that Ball! Hey! Where 1% It! G.i«iS Way. Cause Here We Come! Of All the Nerve I Had It First. The Proud Winner*. IX .w n P m Down! B y George We Won! T h e Great Love-In i 4*
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|Title||The Retrospect 69|
|Local Subject(s)||Wilson Junior Junior High School ; Wilson Junior Junior High School -- Students -- Yearbooks ; Junior High School yearbooks; Junior High Schools -- Alberta -- Lethbridge -- Periodicals|
|Description||The annual publication of the students of Wilson Junior High School, Lethbridge, Alberta.(1968-69)|
|Creator||Wilson Junior High School|
|Publisher||Wilson Junior High School|
|Source||Scanned images provided by local historian Bruce Haig.|
|Relation||Bruce Haig Collection|
WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Lethbridge, AlbertaTHIS YEARBOOK IS DEDICATED TO
MISS VERNA GRAY
Miss Gray first saw the light of day in the village of Wawanesa, Manitoba. While still a preschooler she and her family moved to Calgary and later to Lethbridge. She attended Westminster School and the Collegiate. After graduating from Grade Twelve she enrolled in a Homo Economics program at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. She interrupted her degree program to attend the Calgary Normal School.
Her life of teaching began in Fleetwood School where she taught grades two. three and four. Some of her summers were spent attending summer school and culminated in the awarding of the degree of Bachelor of Education to her.
Miss Gray then changed her subject field to that of Home Economics. She taught this to grades seven, eight and nine students in the gymnasium on the old Westminster School grounds. When the new Collegiate was built the program was moved into this building. Miss Gray had joined the staff of Hamilton but her classes were held in the high school.
In 1954. one year oftor Wilson Junior High was built. Miss Gray joined their staff and has remained with us teaching in the same field. She is very much interested in travel and reading. She is noted for her diligence and fairness. The students and staff of Wilson wish her many more years of teaching and respectfully dedicate this yearbook to her.G. R CASTLES
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R. K. MICHELSEN O CO.
G A BARTLETT
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D T GINGRICH
V V GRAY o co
J P KRULAK » co
W J. LANGLANDS
n COPRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE
Tis education forms the common mind.
Just as the twig is bent, the tree’s inclined.
Some of you may wonder why you must go lo school. You allend so that you will benefit to the greatest extent possible from living in such a great country as ours. Aristotle was once asked how educated men were superior to those uneducated. He replied, "As much as the living are to the dead." A great philosopher was quoted as saying, "\ consider a human soul without education like marble in the quarry, which shows none of its inherent beauties till the skill of the polisher brings out the colors, makes the surface shine, and discovers every ornamental cloud, spot and vein that runs through the body of it."
One of the most valuable results of all education is the ability to make yourself do the things you have to do, when it ought to be done, whether you like it or not. This is one of the hardest things to do for man is a procrastinator - he likes to put oft doing things.
We live in a changing world. Our school year will be altered next term. New methods of teaching are being tried. New courses are being introduced. We are progressing. We must adapt or go the way of prehistoric animals. You can't stop change, just as you can't put the toothpaste back into the tube.
I wish all of you a very pleasant holiday and may your year be a successful one.
The "olden age lies onward not behind The pathwai/ through the past has led us up The pathway through the future will lead us on and higher.H E MAJOR
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F. J. UMERIS
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A G STAPLES O 9 A
R A McHARDY
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C M WILLIS
R W MILLS
E. L. SIEMENS
J ZEMAN n coYEARBOOK STAFF
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Bock row Donna S-. Sondto M. (Au.'ifoM Editor). Kerin K-. Rodney I . Robin'* T.
MR DOR AM MR ORTON
front rOM Swr*on L. Rbondo M_ fTreoiwrer). Wendy O (Secretary). $w»on f. (Rreiident). CK*ry| M. (Vic* Rre»ident>, S*oron S. Vol K . Rondy L
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