Riverbend School for Girls - Vox Fluminis Yearbook (Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada)

 - Class of 1939

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6 Vox Fluminis CLASS NCVII-IES GRADE XH Now make way for seven Grade Twelvesg We're going to tell you about ourselves. There's Margaret Dowler, Grade XII clown, How she loves to truck on down! In Literature we have one star: Joyce, the brainy, leads by far. Virginia dreams of far-away cities, And tries to improve on current ditties. Nora's quite a scholarly girl, But wrapped up in a social whirl. Inevitably there's a chorus of wails When fair Barbara breaks her nails. We authors hide ourselves in shame, And simply won't divulge our name. EDrroR's NOTE: Although their names we quickly guessed, Such modesty should be suppressed. Eleanor is petite and gay. At rhyming words she works away. Natalie's our Hedy Lamarr. At sketching she's right up to par. We leave Miss Edgar with great regret And Riverbend we'll not forget! GRADE XI-G Q QUIZ OF HIDDEN NAMES 1. Who in the LaB ALL ANswers knows? 2. Who can give information about London, Greece and PeRU BY by reading every London Times? 3. Who is it whose throbBEN'NERves were all a-jitter when Nelson Eddy came to town? 4. Who was reared from the good old pioneer days when her ancestors lived in a log caBIN, Grew pota- toes and foughts the Indians? 5. Who has grown so tall that she is beyond reCOGnition? 6. Who turns out in a new color every day-orchid, fuchsia, eCRU? CI Know you'll get that onelb 7. Who iS IDeal for thinking up all the pranks that go on in Grade XI? 8. Who is the mirth-maker whose loud "Har-HAR" RISes above all other voices in class. 9. Who, in soul a horse-lover, never uses a curB EVen when her horse is beyond control? 10. Who is always tidy and so neat that her books and desk gleaM CLEAN ly? ' ll. Who imagines she is dumBER Than all the rest of us, but usually man ages to get marks that she neednt blush about? 12. Who can sew, prepare a meal and cooK IT, TYpical of a future house wife UD ?

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Vox Fluminis Qenlfh c:7llftPtl:V67Z.4d!257 A quiet hush pervaded all, The evening winds blew cold, As whispering elm trees lithe and tall This lovely story told. How in this place-ten years ago, Beneath these spreading boughs A group of happy girls had dreamed The dreams that youth arouse. For ten sweet years had gay young girls Learned here the right and good. And now, with tender grace had reached The age of womanhood. For ten years thus, upon these lawns Had echoed laughter clear. The radiant light of comradeship Had shone from year to year. For Riverbend has oyffered all, Great joy in go-oddly store. And may she to young school-girls call For ten times ten years more! MARIE BOND, Grade VIII, Garry Hall



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Vox Flumiriis 7 GRADE XI-M RIVERBEND FEMALE ESCORT BUREAU QGIGGLETTESJ Margaret Bennett-blue eyes-black hair-cooks, sews, and is the original mermaid. Phyllis Chester-CaSO4.2H2O complex- ion-raven Q? J -black hair-adores Gym but if spelt Jim, she won't fret. Eloise Edmond-black hair-blue eyes -five foot two-fetching smile-tem- peramental, but oh, so cute! Beverley Elsey-rosy complexion-ha- zel eyes-curly brown hair-giggles with or without reason. Eileen Gray - grey-blue eyes -light brown hair-athletic-dances like a dream-guaranteed to liven up the party. Joan Heaslip-naughty blue eyes- dark brown hair-husky voice-no man hater. Mary Irvine-light brown hair-laugh- ing brown eyes-tip-tilted nose- hangs out of windows and reads Noel Coward by the hour. Maria Kipp-fair hair-blue eyes- proven at the bureau to be very much in demand and incidentally very en- tertaining-phone 403 421. Joan Macarthur-light brown hair- blue eyes-knows all the answers- dresses like a million and is a million. Phyllis MacCharles-black hair-black eyes-loves a good joke-guaranteed to teach you what you don't know. Ethna Mitten-Irish colleen-measures up to requirements-dark brown eyes and hair-and if you're the talkative type- Betty Slater-light brown hair-blue eyes-plays the piano-and a mean game of badminton. Bertha Welsh-tall-green eyes-au- burn hair-excels at singing-prob- ably good at serenading. Skipper Moffat-blue eyes-black hair smile-the old saying -provocative applies here-"A bow on the neck is worth two on the hat." GRADE X Here is Grade Ten-Miss Shepley's room, To make us ladies is her doom! With many a tumble and many a spill, Mary McLeod skiis down the hill. Our other Mary, a Garry-ite, Is never known to start a fight. Betty and Shirley, the industrious two, Are clever because of the homework they do. Janet and Glo play basketball, And win the game for York, their Hall. Dory is a whiz on skates, And she is always swamped with dates. Polly and Ann, our American friends, Introduce to us the newest trends. Frances and Nibby just love to draw, Their work has never a single Haw. And there's our clever, witty Joyce, Who longs to drive her own Rolls- Royce. Maureen, our boarder from the East, In class is neither last nor least. June excels at every game And for herself has made great fame. Marg's voice is high, her legs are long, And you should hear her hum a song! Joanie M. is a clever gal And she is everybody's pal. Our camera-fiend whose name is Joan Is always talking on the 'phone. Barbara was a hockey fan Until she met another man. Pine Falls' gift to our fair class Is Rossme S., the brilliant lass. Esther is our redhead true, And she's a good musician, too. Ruth's heart is not in this fair town, It's where her love has settled down. Dorothy and Phyl, beginners on skates Are slowly learning their figure eights. When all of this is said and done, We know we've had a lot of fun, So down we put our weary pen, We have presented our Grade Ten.

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