Elmwood School - Samara Yearbook (Ottawa, Ontario Canada)

 - Class of 1954

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SAMARA 9 4f cMoule A oiel SEPTEMBER found Fry ' s empty ranks filled mostly by new girls, but they have proved that they are worthy to fill the places left by the Fryites we lost last June. We were very sorry to lose Laurette Landymore and Susan Richardson at Christmas, but wish them the best of luck in their new schools. At the beginning of the school year it was decided that the houses would only have one teacher in the house, who would act as an adviser. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Airs. Bruce for all she has done for us. In October Fry presented a serious drama " The Valiant " . We lost out in the plays; however, the cast of the play are to be con- gratulated. The house was very fortunate this year to take first place in the house collections. Sally Wright has been our capable and energetic sports captain. With the introduc- tion of soccer this year, Fry came first. Here I must thank Susan Richardson, who was the sports captain for the first term. In basket- ball we did not do so well and are hoping to make up for our loss by doing better on Sports Day. To those who are leaving us, I wish " the best ever " ; to those who remain I express my confidence that they will continue to strive towards those ideals of Elizabeth Fry which have guided us for so long. House Members Staff Adviser: Mrs. Bruce. Prefect, Head of House: Janet Chapman. Prefect, Honorary Head: Marianne Lovink. House Senior: Sally Wright. Monitors: Beverley Brown, Nancy Perry, Lambie Steven. Sports Captain: Sally Wright. House Elizabeth Bogue, Susan Brain, Beverley Brown, Frances Cabeldu, Gail Lacharity, Janet Chapman, Betsy-Jane Davis, Jean Garvock, Sandra Graham, Olga Kingsmill, Micky Manion, Gillian Neville, Nancy Perry, Heather Petrie, Diana Radciiffe, Tina Tarantour, Lambie Steven, Emilie Van der Vaart, Nina Van der Vaart, Sally Wright. Senior Basketball Forwards: Sally Wright, Gillian Neville, Nancy Perry. Guards: Janet Chapman, Marianne Lovink, Beverley Brown. Junior Basketball Forwards: Betsy-Jane Davis, Sandra Graham, Frances Cabeldu. Guards: Tina Tarantour, Diana RadchfTe, Elizabeth Bogue. KeUen ouIb JVoiel KELLER received many new additions this year, namely: Jane and Joan Yates, Susan Belcourt, Sandra Drew, Jana Stepan, Lilias Ahearn and Lynn Castonguay— who became very valuable to the house. Un- fortunately, we lost Andrea Rowley, Marlene Anber and Barbara Webster during the course of the year. We were honoured to have Madame Krupka as Keller ' s Staff Adviser, since it was decided that the staff in general should not be in houses this year. Keller managed to win the drama competi- tion with a play called " Michael " — all the cast and helpers deserve medals for patience! Unfortunately, we did not do so well in the house collections, which Fry won. Due to the supreme eff orts of Sheila Mc- Cormick, our sports captain, Keller won the basketball tournaments, although we were not so successful in other sports.



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10 SAMARA Altogether, the members of Keller have worked very hard to make this year successful and I should like to thank them for their marvellous support and the way they have lived up to their house motto " Fair Play " . House Members Staff Adviser: Madame Krupka. Head Girl: Jennifer WooUcombe. Head of House— House Senior: Jane Mulhol- land. House Seniors: Tish Heeney, Meg Reynolds, Joan Campbell. Monitors: Joan Fagan, Jane Yates, Sheila Mc- Cormick, Mary Fisher-Rowe, Audrey Ashbourne. Members: Joan Yates, Susan Belcourt, Sandra Drew, Rosemary Findlay, Myrna Badham, Carolyn Bruce, Lynne Gordon, Sonia Tarantour, Lilias Ahearn, Lynn Caston- guay, Jana Stepan. Basketball Teams Senior: Joan Fagan, Jennifer Woollcombe, Sonia Tarantour, Mary Fisher-Rowe, Sheila McCormick, Meg Reynolds, Joan Campbell, Jane MulhoUand. Junior: Lynn Castonguay, Sonia Tarantour, Joan Yates, Rosemary Findlay, Lilias Ahearn, Carolyn Bruce, Myrna Badham, Jana Stepan. MifUtUufale M M4.e Mated. ON returning in September we found our house bereft of seniors, but we made up for the loss by acquiring a few interme- diates. At the beginning of the year Gail Dochstader, Sarah Jennings, Barbara Ken- nedy, Sally Trueman, Linda Redpath, Lindley Taylor and Margaret Traill joined the ranks of Nightingale House. Lee Gobeil, too, was a new member in September but had to leave in December. Janet Cooper and Nadira Masood also left us at Christmas, but to take their places we welcomed Colette Miiiils, Elizabeth Groos and Constance Darricades. Our play for the Candlesticks " . Our tie for second place itself was a challenge did their best to meet lection we had some but I am afraid Fry better collection. year was " The Bishop ' s production managed to with Fry. The play in and our actors certainly this. For our house col- very fine knitted articles assembled a bigger and Joan Maynard, our able sports captain, emerged as champion badminton and tennis player of the House. Now she is trying hard to beat her opponents in the other Houses. We are " rooting " for her heartily! In the other fields of sports we have not done very well but hope to do better on Sports Day. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs. Davis, our house adviser, for all her wonderful help and advice. House Members Staff Adviser: Mrs. Davis. Head of House— Prefect: Josephine Stone. House Senior: Bobby Bradshaw. House Senior— Sports Captain: Joan Maynard. Monitor: Judy Ewing. House Vicky Brain, Margo Freiman, Frances Wood, Susannah Clarke, Esther Prudham, Eliza- beth Richardson, Sue Hislop, Margaret Traill, Lindley Taylor, Barbara Kennedy, Sally Trueman, Gail Dochstader, Linda Redpath, Bonnie Wood, Sarah Jennings, Colette Miiiils, Elizabeth Groos, Constance Darricades. Senior Basketball Forwards: Frances Wood, Lindley Taylor, Joan Maynard. Guards: Bobby Bradshaw, Judy Ewing, Margo Freiman. Junior Basketball Forwards: Elizabeth Richardson, Linda Red- path, Bonnie Wood, Esther Prudham. Guards: Vicky Brain, Sue Hislop, Barbara Kennedy.

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