Trafalgar Castle School - Yearbook (Whitby, Ontario Canada)

 - Class of 1942

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HESTA CHAPPELL " Such as it is, then, pass life pleasantly. " On July 20, 1924, Nesta first opened her eyes in Oshawa. She gained her pubhc school and early collegiate education in that city, and 1939 found Nesta taking her schooling at Hatfield Hall, Cobourg. At the beginning of this school year she came to O.L.C., where she is taking her Senior Matric. She has taken a great interest in athletics and especially in basketball. Next year she plans to take Home Economics at Trinity College, Toronto, and we wish her the best of luck. Hobby — Speaking Welsh. Favourite Expression — Ach y vi. ISABEL CHERRY " The sunshine of her tender eyes makes bright the darkest day. " " Izzy, " our most popular musician and councillor of the May Court, was born nineteen years ago in the city of North Bay. For eighteen years she charmed the students of North Bay High School with her musi- cal abilities, and then decided to join the ranks of O.L.C. Here she has endeared herself to all by smilingly offering her much appreciated talents at many functions. The only black page in Izzy ' s biography would seem to be her ambition to return to North Bay and become — of all things — a school ' teacher! However, in the light of all her virtues we forgive even this, and wish her the best of everything in the years to come. Hobby — Piano. Favourite Saying — I think it ' s mean. RUTH COHEK " Work fascinates me; I love to sit and look at it for hours. " On April 14th, 1924, Ottawa received an addition to her population. Ruth went to school first at Osgoode, and later to Lis- gar Collegiate, where she completed her Junior Matriculation. In September she came to O.L.C. to get her Senior Matric. Ruth is interested in sports and dramatics and has whole-heartedly entered into them here. Next year she plans to go to McGill to study social service. Good luck Ruth! Hobby — Piano. Favourite Saying — May I borrow the funny papers, Zerlina? PEGGT EKDEAH " Good, the more Communicated, more abundant grows. " In Richmond Hill on June 11th, 1923, little Peggy first saw the light of day. She attended Richmond Hill Public and High Schools, and this year came to O.L.C. Peggy has taken an active part in drama- tics and athletics. She was Secretary- Treasurer of the Student Christian Move- ment and is Assistant Editor of the Year Book. She hopes to enter the business world next autumn, and we wish her the best of luck. Hobby — Dancing. Favourite Saying — Oh gosh. BETTY FERGVSOK " I like to work. I really do. But I like a little dancing too. " On July 15th, 1924, in the Winnipeg General Hospital, " Pepper " first opened her eyes to the world. Winnipeg was her home until four years ago, when she moved to Delhi, Ontario. In 1940 O.L.C. became her home, where she studied for and secur- ed her fourth form. During the past year Betty has taken the one year Dietetic Course, in which she graduates. Next year is undecided, but whatever she chooses to do we know that she will be successful. Good luck, " Pepper. " Hobby — Dancing and swimming. Favourite Saying — Oh pooh. PATTl GERVAH " Bid me discourse. I will enchant thine ear. " The fact that a timber wolf was seen to pass in front of a certain doctor ' s car one bright morning in Chalk River, Ontario, seems to have brought good fortune to Patti ' s future. During the next few years she moved around to different towns in the Ottawa Valley, but finally settled down in Myrtle. In third form she came to O.L.C. and has occupied herself ever since in win- ning honours and prizes in everything, and this year she is Valedictorian of her class. Some day she hopes to become a great jour- nalist, and we all know that she will suc- ceed. Hobby — Planning her " New Republic. " Favourite Saying — Now, when we take over the government — . 5 . Page Eleven

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JEAH McDiTTRE " As full of spirit as the month of May. " On the 2nd day of May, 1923, Chatham first welcomed Jean into its midst. Upon the completion of her elementary education at the Central School, Jean spent two years at the Chatham Collegiate, and the follow ' ing two years at the Ursuline Convent. She came to O.L.C. and began the two year Commercial course in September, 1940. As the President of the Class of ' 42 she has made a wonderful Senior. We wish her all the luck in the world for her future in the Women ' s Auxiliary Air Force. Hobby — Riding. Favourite Saying — Has second gone? PAT LILL " T ( . wistful, solemti. sad. Roguish, spicy, oftencr glad. " Pat first started to use the scales on May 9, 1923, in Market Raisin, Lincolnshire, England. At the age of four months she came to Canada and since then has visited her birthplace a number of times. She spent her younger days in a school in Eng ' land and then came to Canada, where she entered the Kapuskasing High School. Pat has been at O.L.C. two years and has often shown her ability at sports in tennis and swimming. She also plays the piano and sings in the choir. Her ambition is to join the Navy and be Admiral of a cruiser, but she will, probably spend the next year in Normal School. Whatever she does we wish her every happiness and luck. Hobby — Getting sunburnt. Favourite Saying — Yep, this time it ' s the real thing. BETH HOWELL " I benefit myself in aiding her. " Elisabeth Gordon Howell was born at Brantford, May 15, 1923. After seven years in Public School, she entered the Brantford Collegiate and obtained her Senior Matric. She came to O.L.C. last September and has graduated w;th honours in the Commercial Course. She was elect- ed May Queen by her many friends and filled the position with graceful dignity. She has the capacity for hard and thoro ugh work and has shown it throughout the year. We wish her the best of luck and happiness in the years to come. Hobby — Music. Favourite Saying — Just look at this room! MARGARET HILLIS " .Music in her heart she hears. " Just 19 years ago, on a bleak winter morn, " Hillie " had her first glimpse of this country. She vjas born in Pakenham on Jan. 22, and since then has lived in Wel- lington and Little Britain. Last year she attended school in Lindsay, where she took part of her Senior Matric. This year she came to O.L.C. to complete her matric. and to take a special music course. During the year Marg has been singing her way to success and worked hard as Treasurer of the Senior Class. Next year she intends to go to Normal School in Peterborough. We all wish her the best of luck and we know she will succeed in anything she tries. Hobby — Writing in her diary. Favourite Saying — Oh, for heaven ' s sake. MART BOVLTOH " I make it a rule to believe only what I under- stand. " Mary was born in Toronto, February 24th, 1921. She received her education at the Central School, Peterborough, the John Ross Robertson School, Lawrence Park Col- legiate and Northern Vocational School, Toronto. The Boulton family moved to Cobourg during the winter of 1939 and Mary made her long-hoped-for visit to O.L.C. For the past two years she has been taking a Dietetics Course in which she is now graduating. Her ambition is to be the head dietitian in a large concern in London, England. We wish her success. Hobby — Collecting stamps and spoons. Favourite Saying — I see what you mean. MARIAH BUELL " And all that ' s best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and, her eyes. " On the 28th day of July, 1924, Sharbot Lake received important news — namely, that our Marian was born. She attended the Sharbot Lake continuation school and came here in 1939 to take up her work in third form. This year as the secretary- treasurer of the Honour Club, she kept the black-book for O.L.C. Next year Marian hopes to become a lab technician. In what- ever you decide to do, we wish you best of luck, Marian. Hobby — Piano. Favourite Saying — Who? Me?



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LILLIAH HACKIHG ' ' She looked wise, which was just as good as understanding and much less trouble. " Nineteen years ago on March the 3rd the population of the Peace River District was increased by one Lillian Hacking. She spent her Public School days at Olds, Al- berta, and later went to Moose Jaw, Sask- atchewan, where she obtained her Senior Matric. In 1941 she enrolled at O.L.C. to take a one year Commercial Course and next year will be entering the business world, where we wish her every success. Hobby — Riding. Favourite Saying — How do you spell it? ROSALIE HOLLIHG " Thy spirit bends itself to loving tasks. " Rosalie uttered her first cry on July 29, 1924, in Consecon, Ontario. When she was ten months old the Holling family moved to Theresa, New York. After eight years their residence was changed to New Rochelle. and in 1935 to Watertown. Shortly after this the Hollings came to Can- ada, where they made their home in New Liskeard. Rosalie came to O.L C. when she was in first form. She has taken an active part in all the school activities and this year be- came Honour Club President. She has ably filled this position and has kept law and order in the school. Rosalie ' s interest in athletics has won her several honours, among them first place in the Swimming Meet. Next year she intends to enter To- ronto General Hospital and obtain her R.N. We wish you su:cess, Rosalie, and all our hopes go with you. Hobby — Sports. Favourite Saying — Holy cow! ESTHER MAHOH " It is not enough to do good: one must do it the right way. " Esther was born in Taber, Alberta, where she attended Public School and skip- ped High School classes, but nevertheless graduated in 1941. She then came to O.L.C, where she has contributed a great deal to the life of the College through her music. We hope she may return for a post graduate year, but in any case we wish her success and happiness. Hobby — Music. Favourite Saying — Yea, Taber! ]OrCE ]EHKIHS " With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come. " Joyce was born in Oakwood, April 17th, 1923. Here she attended Public School and later went to Lindsay Collegiate. In the fall of 1940 she came to O.L.C, and after reviewing each department she decided that Miss Acton ' s Household Science Room looked cosy enough, so she took up her abode there and at the end of this year we find her graduating in a Household Science Course. We wish her the best of luck and happiness m the future. Hobby — Tank Corps. Favourite Saying — Where ' s he to? B£TTT MACKDVTOSH " Countenance that warms and lights the heart of the beholder. " One mid-winter day, January Hth, 1923, Dr. Mackintosh had the honour of passing out cigars. This happened in the little town of Amherst when Betty entered the world. She attended the Amherst Public School for nine years and during this time began her athletic career, playing on the basket-ball team and riding in horse-shows. After one year in the Amherst High School, Betty came to O.L.C, where she has con- tributed much to the life of the school, winning second place in the Senior Public Speaking Contest; and in Athletics win- ning the Field Trophy, the Badminton Singles Trophy, the Badminton Doubles Troph y with Dorothy Richards, and .the Honourary Instructor ' s Certificate in Swim- ming. She also held the office of Presi- dent of the Athletic Association. Hobby — Mounties. Favourite Saying — Oh, my soul! CONNIE McKEEK " There was a star danced, and under that I was horn. " Connie first grasped a rattle in Hamilton in 1925. Almost immediately after this she honoured Hagersville with her presence and has lived there ever since. She came to O.L.C. in first form, and has remained here save for one year at St. Clements. When not winning medals for academic standing, Connie makes more money for the S.C.M., as she is this year ' president of that organization. She is also the holder of the Strathcona

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