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Ima L olteae tufj . . . 1967-68 ADMINISTRATIVE: Principal MRS. STEELE SI ETON, B.A., (Toronto), B.Ed., (Sask.), D. Litt. S. (Victoria) Assistant Principal and Director of Religious Education .... MISS M.E. BONE, B.A. (McMaster) Dean of Residence .... MISS MARY C. JACKSON, B.A. (Bedford College for Women, London) Assistant Dean! ' . MISS AGNES ANDERSON Nurse MISS HELEN HASELTON, Reg. N. House Director. MRS. E.C. STOVER Assistants to Dean .... MRS. CLAYTON HONEY, MRS. S. STEVENSON, MRS. N. SAKALUK Dietitian MRS. V. POW Office Accountant, MRS. WM. LYLE Secretaries: MRS. J.E. DECOW, MISS EVELYN SLOAN TEACHING STAFF: MISS HELEN AGNEW (Glasgow W. of Scotland College of Domestic Science) Home Economics Junior Science MR. THOMAS L. ALLAN, B.A. (Western) Grade 13 Mathematics MRS. P.D. AUGUSTINE Commercial MR. DAVID BREWSTER Senior Piano and Director of Music MISS SYLVIA BRIGHTWELL Singing Theory MRS. D.A. BRISTOW, B.A. (Toronto) French MR. G.H. BROWN, B.A. (Western) Grade 13 Latin MRS. M.T. CRAIG, A.T.C.M Piano MISS JANE CUTLER, A.A.C.M Dramatics and Junior Theatre MRS. EVELYN DOUGLAS, B.A. (Western) Modern Language MRS. J.M. DOUGLAS, B.A. (Queens) Senior English MISS MARJORIE ELDER (Scottish College of Commerce) Commercial MR. C.L. ETHERINGTON Piano Organ MR. R.W. GLIDDON, B.Sc. (Western) Grade 13 Physics MISS MARGARET HASLETT (Dip. Ontario College of Art) Art Grades 9-13 MISS MURIEL HEATH, Lie. E.T.C.M Violin Piano MRS. NORMAN JONES, B.Sc. (Wales) Geography MRS. T.D. LEE (Nonington College of Physical Ed ucation - University of London) Physical Education MISS JEAN MOONEY Elementary Shorthand MRS. C.L. MURISON, B.A. (Cambridge) Latin and Sr. History MISS ANNA OOMMEN, B.A. (Madras)-M.A. (New York University) Guidance MRS. LAWRENCE SANDERS, B.A. (Queens) Librarian MRS. C.R. SANDERSON Piano MISS JANE SEN, M.A. (Western) Mathematics MRS. D. STRELIOFF, B.A. (Saskatchewan) English and History MISS DONNA SUTHERLAND Commercial MISS SOPHIA TACAK, A.R.C.T Junior Piano DR. REGINA WATKINS (Milan) Senior Science
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Ifvleddaae ZJ-rom JJ d c one Among the periodicals in my library the ALMAFILIAN performs a unique service. When I turn its pages I am reminded of girls who have played an important part in the day to day life of this school, of events that have brought happiness and interest: a birth- day party, a C. G. I. T. supper, the gymnastic display, the Confirmands ' weiner roast, " Anne of Green Gables " , the snow sculpture, the formal and many other such " happenings " . I am reminded, too, of the patient effort that has gone into the publication of our Year- book and finally I am aware that many of you mill pick up your Almafilian as I do. The Alma family is a large and interesting one. My best wishes to those of you whose picture I shall find among the graduates in the 1968 Yearbook. l Ay wish for those of you who will be returning in the fall is that you may have a summer of fun, relaxation and growth. I often read from a little book entitled Love is a Spendthrift and the thought for to-day seemed one that was worthwhile passing on to you: " There is no law to obey. There is a Christ to follow. " Affectionately, " Betty " Bone =Jjean J il h eddaae 9 ' Dear Girls, Ten years ago this week I first heard of Alma College. In May 1958 I could not have imagined that such a happy and interesting decade lay ahead of me. I do hope that in time to come you too will look back on your Alma years with as much pleasure and gratitude as I do. Some of you have not found it easy to live away from home and to have to give and take in the way one has to if community life is to be plea- sant and profitable. But there are four important qualities which life here has helped you to acquire and without which nobody becomes truly admirable or truly mature - loyalty, honesty, kindness and gratitude. People are seldom born with these qualities. Most of us acquire them slowly. Some of you already have them to a notable degree; others, because you resent their absence, are beginning to see the need for them, for no one likes the person who is mean, who is dishonest in word or deed, or who is constantly critical and always grumbling. Life in the middle of the 20th Century seems very different from what it was in the past, but the need for these four qualities is ever with us. They make us stick to Jobs we have undertaken and try to use tact and discretion in what we say. They make untruthfulness and cheating and the idea that any- thing goes so long as we do not get caught seem shoddy and unworthy. They help us to put other people ' s needs and feelings and wishes before our own and make us thankful for all the blessings that come to us from whatever source. No world, however " mod " , is worth much if these are lacking. Miss Anderson and I and all the residence staff send our very best wishes to those who are leaving and look for- ward to seeing the rest of you in September, sun-tanned and rested, ready to start another memorable year. Sincerely, MoS -r (J C 9-ev.
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