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csDramatic L Iud This year we had a large number of enthusiastic members. Without their sup- port we could not have presented the great variety of small recitations and plays that we did. Our major Christmas play was " Ann of Green Gables, " by Alice Chadwicke. The actors displayed great ability and the entire audience thoroughly enjoyed the production. The leading role was skillfully played by Jane Bell. " The Littlest Angel " and " The Littlest Shepherd " were presented as part of the Christmas celebrations. Members of the club did readings in the chapel throughout the year. The major spring play is to be " As You Like It " which we hope will be performed in the Amphitheatre. We would like to thank Miss Cutler for her competent direction and for teaching the girls the artful skills of stage makeup and acting technique. Christine Kilgour, Barb Newman Presidents 28
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C.Q3.D. FRONT ROW: Val Fleming, Jane Binkley, Miss Bone, Randi Winchell. SECOND ROW: Janet Grimm, Helen Rowsom, Mary Kempling, Cheryl-Ann Simmons, Lynda Robertson, Pamela Pimental, Linda Muckle, Gloria Stec, Nancy Hindmarsh. THIRD ROW: Lirida Depencier, Valerie Forbes, Jo-Anne McKenzie, Nancy Morison, Susan Langstaff, Emily Coutts, Rosemary Matecsa. BACK ROW: Debbie Souter, Lois Greig, Barbara Methven, Carol Davidson, IVIerri Clark. We began our year as usual with a cook-out to which we welcomed all students. Our first regular meeting was held on September 20th, with 30 members present. Our executive for the first term was: Jane Binkley, President; Deirdre Irwin, Vice-President; and Randi Winchell, Secretary-Treasurer. Our second term election saw Jane re-elected President; Valerie Fleming, Vice-President; and Gloria Stec, Secretary-Treasurer. Again this year we continued to sponsor Mac Cave and we are grateful to many local young people who have provided entertainment for us. Our visits to the Highland Lodge at Thanksgiving and Christmas and our Friendco Young People ' s Pool Party and dance kept us busy in planning and preparation. Our St. Patrick ' s tea was once again a success this year. Our thanks to all those who helped us make it so. Jane Binkley President 27
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BACK ROW L-R: Linda Muckle, Susan Langstaff, Deborah Grose, Penny Micks, Jo-Anne McKenzie, Patricia Wilson, Joyce Kennedy, Anne Tayler. FRONT ROW: Eileen Barnes, Mary Beth Beacock, Marlene Mills, Mrs. Sanders, Margot Tushingham, Ruth Rutherford, Linda Baird, Marilyn Thorson. The purpose of the Library Club is to keep the Library in excellent condition. With the help of Mrs. Sanders the members have prepared books to be put in the shelves by classifying them, put cards on the back covers and allotted each book a space on the shelves. The student gave up their noon hours and free time after school to sort out many returned books and they filed the cards of the outgoing books. The Club visited the St. Thomas Public Library this year. It proved to be very worth- while. We would like to thank throughout the year. Irs. Sanders for her encouragement and helpful guidance Mai-got Tushing|ia|n President j 29
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