London Normal School - Spectrum Yearbook (London, Ontario Canada)

 - Class of 1946

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GRACE WILCOX, R. R. 2, Northwood. " Gay as a lark. " BARBARA WILLIAMS, R. R. 2, Norwich. " She ' s not afraid of work. MARGUERITE WILLISON, Strathroy. " Friendship, and a sense of humour — she has them. " KATHERINE WOOD, R. R. 2, Croton. " She paints pictures — with words. " LOUISE WOOD, R. R. 2, Cayuga. " Like a piano — straight up- right, and grand. " GLADYS WRIGHT, R. R. 3, Ridgetown. " Her favourite pastime- smiling. " ELIZABETH YOUNG, Lucan. " As true as a diamond. " DOROTHY DOWDS, Ingersoll. SISTER MARY OLIVA SISTER ST. HUBERT PHYLLIS HOBBS, Windsor. SISTER MARY MILDRED SISTER MARY INEZ THUMBNAIL SKETCHES by Form 1 Dorothy Ba liner Form 3 Florine McKay Form 2 Dorothy Ford Form 4 Audrey Smith Page Fifteen

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SHIRLEY STANLEY, R. R. 2, Denf ield. " Friendship is but a name Unless to one you stint the flame. " ESTELLA TIDBALL, R. R. 1, Thedford. " Steadfast, honest, good and true. " DONNA STANNARD, London. " Her very frowns are fairer Than smiles of other maid- ens. " SHIRLEY TAYLOR, R. R. 2, Glanworth. " Let us do our work as well. " VERA THOMAS, R. R. 2, Ilderton. " Minds there are like ocean sponges, which absorb. " JOAN THOMPSON, Wellington. " With drowsy lectures far behind I ' ll be adventure ' s guest. " LAURA THOMSON, R. R. 5, Thamesville. " And all I remember is friends flocking around. " EMILY TURANSKY, Windsor. " Be happy and gay, Laugh your troubles away. JEAN WALKER, Wallaceburg. " Jeannie with the light brown hair. " RUTH WARD, Chatham. " A thing of beauty is a joy forever. " MARJORIE WELCH, R. R. 4, Blenheim. " May she never grow too old to laugh. " BEATRICE WHITE, R. R. 2, Aylmer. " There are minds like mirrors Giving back what they re- ceive. " AMY THURSTON, R. R. 1, Staffordville. " Valuable things are done up in small parcels. " ■ fa MILDRED WIGHT, R. R. 2, Thedford. " Patience is a virtue.



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YEAR BOOK EXECUTIVE ' A f 8JBBBPPB Editor Laurel Newell J j W »l Assistant Editor Russell Woods L " jPkl » ( • " ■1 ' " I Business Manager Stewart Oakes ■ V M - ' jL ' - ' %i " flaJt H Assistant Business Manager Ronald Mitchell J P , W " y ' M jJMr Ll Sports Editors Phyllis Carle Jm m jjfl L ' , M H I ' ■ Louis Flannigan , m KJ ' ■ Bf« " W Social Maxine Morgan J$ r B • " 1m|SU L Jtf ,fl2 Literary Anne Gall ' WLjB| L B W ' " » " Hki m Humour Lorna Booker VtJ JH " - flNHB •( Photography June Lemon ■ m r ■ • ' S ' S . • Guests Katherine Wood w J W W 8 ' " Cartoons Joyce Shav • r3 " Thumbnail Sketches jjggjHk S- jJ 1 Dorothy Balmer Florine McKay EDITORIAL Since the beginning of the twentieth century graduating classes have been passing through the portals of London Normal School. And now another graduating class — the class of ' 46 — is about to take its place in the ranks of the teaching profession. It is with high hopes that we look forward to our new duties as teachers, for we know that we do not face the future alone. Before us the traditions of all the former classes urge us to expend our every effort to carry on the never-ending tasks which inevitably fall to the lot of every teacher. Behind us a year of training and experiment gives us a feeling of eagerness; a desire to meet and to the best of our ability to deal with the situations that will arise. The first class to graduate since the end of a world-wide conflagration such as the one just ended confronts us with a task unparalleled before. This is a time of reconversion. Children who have been brought up to tales of war and its aftermath will be tomorrow ' s Canada. Whose respon- sibility will it be, if not that of the children of today, to ensure a real and lasting peace? And who will guide this future Canada of ours if not the teachers working with the parents? A sense of responsibility heretofore undreamed of goes with us as we set out upon our teaching career. It is not enough to teach the " Three R ' s " and consider that we have done our part. Ours is a much deeper responsibility. Into the minds of our young charges we must inculcate the precepts of good citizenship and the habits of clear thinking. Even in our brief experience we have already realized how much influence the teacher ' s example has on the pupils. Let us never forget that important fact, and always be personal ex- amples of fairness and dignity. Our reward will be in the feeling of satisfaction which we derive from a duty well done. May our motto, " Docendo Discimus, " never cease to function for us. And with Tennyson, may we decide: " How dull it is to pause, to make an end, To rust unburnish ' d, not to shine in use! As tho ' to breathe were life. " LAUREL NEWELL. Page Sixteen

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