Trafalgar Castle School - Yearbook (Whitby, Ontario Canada)
- Class of 1953
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jforettiord " WANTED - WIT- NESSES! " This is the placard " which the Spirit of Truth lifts before you who stand poised at the disemba r k a t i o n point, your initial training completed; and why shouldn ' t she issue public notice of her claim? Today sinister pow- ers on every side are competing with one another in seek- ing to harness the enthusiastic and venturesome zeal of youth by masquer- ading their real in- tentions as they secretly go about their sly business of entrapping the un- wary in their ten- tacles. If ever anyone needed courageous champions to make a deter- mined and a permanent stand, Truth needs them now. You will be a fervent follower of some leader — perchance you may actually be the leader; but remember, the side you choose will determine the future of many who follow after you. Almost a century ago, Karl Marx wrote: " Religion is a fantastic realization of the human being. " Many were stupid enough to believe he was right — and see what a maelstrom he and they have set in motion with their vision of man without God! To share communism ' s materialistic hope is to impale yourself on the horns of certain destruction: but " to side with truth is noble " even though its price be high. It gives me singular pleasure to commend Vox Collegii of 1953 to you. It will serve as a picturesque account of a memorable year for you all, but particularly for the Seniors. Yet I trust that above all things O. L. C. has enkindled in you the vision that " They must upward still and onward Who would keep abreast of Truth " . S. L. Osborne. One Befation HER MAJESTY, ELIZABETH II. The position of queen is unique. As head of a world-wide commonwealth she rises in majesty above the petty strife of race, party, class, and creed, a symbol of " unity in diversity ' ' . While governments fall through storms of war and depression the throne continues, firmly founded on Faith in God and the goodwill of the people, the embodi- ment of the British tradition of dignity, justice and freedom. Her power is great, since nothing is done without her consent. Her social duties are manifold, her influ- ence unparalleled. Elizabeth inherits the charm of her mother, the dignity of her grandmother, and the genuine goodness of her late father. Surrounded in childhood by the love of the royal household, the warm affection of her island home, and now by harmony in her own home, she is an ideal mother and a conscientious queen. As the world " stands poised on the brink of a great catastrophe " , may her refined personality usher in a second renaissance. In humility she requested our prayers at her coronation. In loyalty and reverence let us all answer: God save our Gracious Queen. —Rena McDowell Two Sonnet Contest Entry — First Prize A shiny pebble on a country road, Dead leaves that in an eddy mill and sink, Some clump of ferns wherein a child can see A fairy fill a cup with dew and drink, Slim swallows streaking swift in fresh May air, Red berries nestling ' neath green tangled vines, Dawn ' s quiet hours, the midday heat of sun. Or evening ' s westward glows, its gold or wine, These I have seen and loved, but how to write! No words, no phrase, no sentence, nothing apt To set these wonders ' fore the human eye Have I yet found. Let it suffice I wake To memory almost dormant dreams of youth, Almost forsaken but of inestimable worth. -Betty Woolfrey, Grade 11. Out Meeting, Contest Entry- There is a man I chanced to meet Who, at that meeting, did not smile; He only stared; Did not shake hands, or say " Hello " . He wouldn ' t smile, he didn ' t frown; He only gaped. And, often since, I ' ve seen -Second Prize that man, And fought with him, and laughed with him. Does he recall? The times we ' ve had, both good and bad, Have often been such trials to him, But he pulled through — Right Pop? Joanne Meyer, Grade 11. Venezuela, Out Country Contest Entry — Third Prize The name Venezuela means little " Venice " . The country is located in the north part ot South America; the coast of Venezuela was the first part of the American mainland seen by Columbus during his third voyage (1498). It remained under Spanish rule until the forty- four QUEEN ' S UNIVERSITY ' KINGSTON, ONTARIO Incorporated by Royal Charter 1841 ARTS — Courses leading to the degrees of BA. and B.Com. Part of the work may be done by Summer School and correspondence. SCIENCE — Courses leading to the degree of B Sc. in Chemistry, Geo- logical Sciences, Physics; and in Mining, Metalludgical, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. GRADUATE courses in Arts and Science leading to the degrees of M.A., M.Com., M.Sc. and Ph.D. MEDICINE — Courses leading to the degrees of M.D., CM., and M-Sc. (Med.); Diploma of Public Health, and Diploma in Medical Radiology. NURSING SCIENCE — Courses leading to the degree of B. N. Sc. COMBINED COURSES in Arts and Physical and Health Education lead- ing to the B.A., B.P.H.E. degrees. Matriculation pamphlet, sent on request, includes complete list of scholar- ships and prizes awarded on entrance and on University work. Accommodation for about 275 women students is provided in Ban Righ Hall and its new Adelaide Hall wing, and in five nearby annexes. Good- win House, Gordon House, Muir House, Matheson House and Baker House. All first year students, not resident in Kingston, are expected to live in one of these university residences, and 160 places will be held until mid-September for new students. Write to the Registrar for a copy of " Queen ' s In Pictures " . FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS visit Beautiful Muskoka with its myriad lakes and islands or Lake Simcoe ' s East Shores A Nature ' s Paradise on Ontario ' s finest lake, within easy driving distance of the business centres of the province. HOMES OF BRIARS DAIR Y Get ihe -H$pp f ' -ffgbit 7%e er? y sg %. s fi4L BE THRIFTY . . . You can put this rule Into practice by opening a savings account at the " Commerce. " Deposit regularly, no matter how small. A good habit is the savings habit. The Canadian Bank of Commerce BEST of LUCK SENIORS in the FUTURE -The Mediums Enquiries Invited — COLLEGE INSIGNIA Rings, pins, lapel buttons, compacts, shields, medals, trophies, sports day prizes, presentation gifts, dance favors Designs and Estimates submitted without obligation BIRKS Insignia Department TEMPERANCE AT YONGE Toronto WOOD ' S TRANSPORT CARTAGE (WHITBY) LTD Head Office: WHITBY, ONT Fast and Efficient Service Between Toronto Pickering Ajax Whitby Oshawa Compliments of H H (nf f A A. 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KIngsdale 3165 Toronto 5, Ontario ENTER ANY TIME Men ' s Ladies ' Children ' s READY-TO-WEAR 121 Brock St. S. Whitby Phone 900 ELIZABETH ARDEN and H. H. AYER Toiletries Laura Secord Candy Magazines, Papers, etc. • Congratulations Graduates . . . • • • • • • • t • Prescriptions Carefully Compounded • it • • t • xY.lj.LiJ. J. l O UrvUvJ O A J XVJ-i WHITBY • • • S. R. Hart and Co. Ltd. Toronto, Ontario ' ' Shortest and Surest Method " GRADES IX -XIII MATRICULATION Individual instruction. Combined matriculation and secretarial courses. Winter term commences January 3. from Telephone Midway 2073 84 WOODLAWN AVENUE WEST TORONTO. THE SOPHOMORES ' 53 Victoria College in the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Founded by Royal Charter in J836 " for the general education of youth in the various branches of Literature and Science on Christian Principles. ' ' As one of the Federated Colleges in the Faculty of Arts of the University of Toronto, Victoria College enrols students in all courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce and preparatory to admission to the schools of Graduate Studies, Divinity, Education, Law and Social Work. Jn the Annesley Hall Women ' s Residences accommodation is available for women students of Victoria College. In the Victoria College Residences accommodation is available for men students of the College. For full information, including calendars and bulletins, apply to the Registrar, Victoria College, Toronto. W. C. Snelgrove Drugs Stationery Phone 684 Whitby Compliments OF THE BROCK THEATRE Motion Pictures are STILL your BEST all year round Entertainment Whitby Phone 618 Compliments of C f. Mesher JEWELLERS 128 Dundas St. Whitby Acknowledgments The Vox Collegii staff appreciate and gratefully acknowledge the assistance of CANADA YEARBOOKS Leroy Toll Scott Studio Photographers WHITBY The County Town of Ontario County, Population 5600 Located on the C.N.R. and C.P.R. main lines and on two main provincial highways, link- ing North, East and West. With every modern improvement to make life worth living, water, sewers, plenty of power, lovely trees, Lake Ontario beach front, Whitby is a fine town in which to live. It has an outstanding health record. Plenty of well located industrial sites, near water and rail. Information cheerfully supplied by the Industrial Commissioner, or the Town Clerk, Whitby. (Mslkde e ages It ' s easy to fall for a good-looker! That ' s why each of the famous five General Motors cars for 1953 will make an instant appeal to your sense of grace and beauty. And there ' s an unmistakable air of clean, functional design in the appearance of General Motors trucks. Yes, for downright good looks, there ' s no match for the General Motors family: Chevrolet, Pontiac, Olds- mobile, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC Trucks. 1. Chevrolet ' s beautiful new Bel Air 4-Door Sedan 2. The new Laurentian 4-Door Sedan by Pontiac 3. The handsome 1953 Oldsmoblle Super " 88 " 4-Door Sedan 4. Bulck ' i brilliant 1953 CUSTOM 4-Door Sedan 5. The racy " 62 " Convertible by Cadillac 6. Powerful GMC " 470 " Heavy- Duty Truck 7. Advance-Design Chevrolet Medium-Duty 1700 Series Truck for ' 53 8. 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LIMITED PUBLISHERS Toronto SHAW SCHOOLS DAY NIGHT HOME STUDY Intensive instruction leading to Recognized Diplomas Stenography, Accounting, Secretarial, General Office Training SHAW SCHOOLS, (Head Office) 1130 BAY STREET - - KIngsdale 3165 Toronto 5, Ontario ENTER ANY TIME Men ' s Ladies ' Children ' s READY-TO-WEAR 121 Brock St. S. Whitby Phone 900 Compliments of H. H. Goode Son LIMITED NATIONAL GROCERS pa iiiiiTvn Ml. LI HI1 till OSHAWA - ONTARIO fL tffc j % g g g ft S3 R, B. COLLINS SHOES j FINE SHOES, LUGGAGE and SPORT FOOTWEAR Whitby Mecmtile dept. Store BROCK ST. NORTH Whitby TEEN TIME TOGGERY For Every Occasion Com pliments of COURTICE PHARMACY 117 " Rrnrk St N ill JJX UCJv OL. IN. Phone 2394 WHITBY BE THRIFTY ... BEST of LUCK You can put this rule into practice by opening a savings account at the " Commerce. " Deposit regularly, no matter how small. 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All first year students, not resident in Kingston, are expected to live in one of these university residences, and 160 places will be held until mid-September for new students. Write to the Registrar for a copy of " Queen ' s In Pictures " . FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS visit Beautiful Muskoka with its myriad lakes and islands or Lake Simcoe ' s East Shores A Nature ' s Paradise on Ontario ' s finest lake, within easy driving distance of the business centres of the province. HOMES OF BRIARS DAIR Y THE BEST from ft A ft MM M ft M WHITBY MOTORS iTD. M EEK|N G Buick and Pontiac Cars and DRUG Phone 5-1471 CANNON and SHERMAN WHITBY - ONTARIO HAMILTON Prescription Specialists A remarkably high percentage of original policy- holders have remained with us since our business started. This is evidence of a satisfactory well- rounded service that we are able to render. Our trained and experienced staff of Insurance experts can advise you on all your personal problems. 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Apply to — THE REGISTRAR, McMASTER UNIVERSITY, HAMILTON, ONTARIO and Congratulations H. H. AYER Graduates . . . Toiletries Laura Secord Candy Magazines, Papers, etc. • t • • • • • Prescriptions Carefully Compounded • t • • • • • WHITBY • • S. R, Hart and Co. Ltd. Toronto, Ontario ' " Shortest and Surest Method " GRADES IX -XIII MATRICULATION Individual instruction. Combined matriculation and secretarial courses. Winter term commences January 3. from Telephone Midway 2073 84 WOODLAWN AVENUE WEST TORONTO. THE SOPHOMORES ' 53 Victoria C(ollcp in the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Founded by Royal Charter in 1836 " for the general education of youth in the various branches of Literature and Science on Christian Principles. " As one of the Federated Colleges in the Faculty of Arts of the University of Toronto, Victoria College enrols students in all courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce and preparatory to admission to the schools of Graduate Studies, Divinity, Education, Law and Social Work. Jn the Annesley Hall Women ' s Residences accommodation is available for women students of Victoria College. In the Victoria College Residences accommodation is available for men students of the College. For full information, including calendars and bulletins, apply to the Registrar, Victoria College, Toronto. W. Snelgrove Drugs Stationery Phone 684 Whitby Compliments of C F. Mesher JEWELLERS 128 Dundas St. Whitby Compliments OF THE BROCK THEATRE Motion Pictures are STILL your BEST all year round Entertainment Whitby Phone 618 ( nm Tti 1 m put c nf Compliments of Bassett ' s Jewellers WHITBY HARDWARE 106 Brock St. N. - Phone 722 WHITBY - ONTARIO Compliments of LIMITED 124 Dundas St. W. - Phone 324 WHITBY, ONT. HILDA B. SLEEMAN S p Dry Goods BROCK ST. S. WHITBY PR. H. T. FAUAISE Underwood DENTIST 121 Green St. Phone 2671 means typewriters. There are more Underwoods in schools because there are more Underwoods in offices. Good positions await Underwood-trained Whitby, Ont. typists. Underwood Quality Street at eatons WHERE ALL CANADA SHOPS for Best-for-the-Money Value • . . in EATON ' S OWN BRANDS From coast to coast Canadians find shop- ping satisfaction on Quality Street . . . the address of Eaton ' s Own Brands! These familiar names: " Eaton, " " Gleneaton, " " Eatonia, " " Teco, " " Viking, " " Solar, " " Acme " and all the others . . . are sure signs for best value in a wide range of practical, useful merchandise! Eaton ' s Own Brands are purchased with special regard for quality and perform- ance, checked for value by our Comparison Office, tested by our Research Bureau, then they ' re priced to offer best-for-the- money value in their range! Look for the Eaton Brand names whenever you shop . . . you ' ll discover hat YOUR BEST BUY 1$ AN EATON BRAND! Go liege Song Dear old Trafalgar Hear thou our hymn of praise Hearts full of love we raise Proudly to thee. Thy splendour never falls, Truth dwells within thy walls, Thy beauty still enthralls, Dear O.L.C. 0! Alma Mater! How can we from thee part? Thou only hast our heart, Dearest of schools! Thy glory we shall see Wherever we may be. Still love of O.L.C. Our future rules. Through thee we honour Truth, virtue, loveliness, Thy friendships e ' er possess Our constancy. Thy spirit fills us through So we ' ll be ever true To our dear blue and blue Of O.L.C. Ave., Toronto, Ontario. MacMILLAN, Ann — c o Creole Pet. Corp. Apt. 172, Maracaibo, Venezuela. MALABAR, Tanyss — 83 Wey- bourne Cresc, Toronto, Ont. MARTIN, Beverley — 55 Orchard Park Dr., West Hill, Ontario. MAVOR, Annette — 49 George St., Waterloo, Ontario. MEEKING .Sylvia — Meeking Drug Store, Cann Sherman St., Hamilton, Ontario. MEYER, Joanne — 206 Oxford St., Winnipeg, Manitoba. MILGRAM, Lucila — San Jacinto A Traposos. No. 20, Caracas, Venezuela. MOUNT, Alice — 37 Opeongo Rd., Ottawa, Ont. MUNRO, Karen — 43 Humbercrest Blvd., Toronto, Ontario. NORTH, Sharon — Falconbridge, Ontario. NUNN, Marlene— Battlefard, Sask. PAWLIW, Ann — 34 Cypress St., Gatineau, Quebec. PICKERING, Betty Ann — R.R., Oliver, B.C. PISKE, Ruth — Apartado Aereo Ll-62, Bogota, Colombia, S.A. RABAIN, Helen and Leonora — Happy Valley Rd., Pemtorook E., Bermuda. RANKIN, Constance— Tillsonburg, Ontario. READER, Marilyn — Cornerbrook, Nfld. ROBINS, Carol Ann— 2470 Thorold Rd., Niagara Falls, Ontario. ROSENFELD, Jenny — Jayeria Socieded, Socieded a Traposos 2-2, Caracas, Venezuela. ROURKE, Stephanie — Pickering College, Newmarket, Ontario. SAUNDERS, Constance— 48 Castle Frank Rd., Toronto, Ontario. SHANNON, Nancy — R.R. 1, Rich- mond Hill, Ontario. SHORSE, Sydna — 643 Wyld St., North Bay, Ontario. SIMMS, Anne — Port Loring, Ont. SIMPSON, Dulcie — " Edge ood " , Aruprior, Ontario. SLOAN, Judy — Box 185 Niagara Falls, Ontario. SOMERS, Lois and Jean — Box 345 Minnow Lake, Ontario. STASICK, Natalie — 4280 Sand- wich St. W., Windsor, Ontario. SUTCLIFFE, Molly and Sally — 33 Powell Ave., Ottawa, Ontario. SWAN, Frances — 20 Court St., St. Catharines, Ontario. TAYLOR, Marie — Sunderland, Ontario. THOMSON, Constance — 1510 Bathurst St., Apt. 405, Toronto, Ontario. TODD, Virginia — Box 75, Copper Cliff, Ontario. TOLAND, Sharon — 124 Colborne St. W., Lindsay, Ontario. TRUMPER, Jessie — c o Intercol, Barranca, Bermeja, Colombia, S.A UMPHREY, Shirley — 753 Simcoe St. N., Oshawa, Ontario. VORG BANCE — Edificio Liluc, Esq. Las Madricez Caracas, Vene- zuela. WESTHEUSER, Elaine — Gore ' s Landing, Rice Lake, Ontario. WHITE, Georgina — R.R. 3, Pick- ering, Ontario. GALLEY 408 — O.L.C. g WILKIN, Bernadine — Spanish Point, Pembroke, Bermuda. WOOLFREY, Bette — Tara, Ont. YAXLEY, Doreen — 4 Tunstall Rd., Senneville, P.O. Gardenvale P.O., Quebec. DAY STUDENTS BILLETT, Lois — Highland Creek, Ontario. BROWN, Joyce — Pickering, Ont. OOLLACUTT, Joan — 285 King St. W., Oshawa, Ontario. EARLE, Patricia and Pamela — Ontario Hospital, Box 128, Whit- by, Ontario. PALLAISE, Joan, Whitby, Ontario FIRTH, Sylvia — R.R. 2, West Hill, Ontario. FRENETTE, Marion and Valerie — Pickering, Ontario. HARVEY, Catriona — Pickering Beach, R.R. l, Whitby, Ontario. LOWES, Elizabeth — R.R. 2, Whit- by, Ontario. MacDONALD, June — 299 King St. E., Oshawa, Ontario. McDONOUGH, Sharlene — 207 Clarke St., Oshawa, Ontario. OSBORNE, Gordonna — 117 King St. S., Whitby, Ontario. ROSS, Rhona — 119 Green St., Whitby, Ontario. SCOTT, Mary — Whitby, Ontario. STINSON, Carole — 44 Tudor St., Ajax, Ontario. USHER, Patricia — R.R. 2, West Hill, Ontario. WILLIAMS, Viola — 76 Simcoe St. N, Apt. 1, Oshawa, Ontario. Fifty-thre e wauki. DUCY BALTUCH plans a wedding very soon. A tour of Europe is planned for the honeymoon. Students Barnes and addresses W2 - 55 AUDIA, Estrella — Apartado Aereo, Bogota, Colombia. BAIN, Beverley— Prescott, Ontario. BARBER, Betty — R..R. 7, Belle- ville, Ontario. BARNES, Molly— 136 Woodburn Rd., Raleigh, N.C. BARRETT, Frances— 21 Leith PL, Toronto, Ontario. BEATTY, Gweneth — Agincourt, Ontario. BELANGER, Victoria— 208 Heath St., Toronto, Ontario. BELLAMY, Bridget— Finca " El Salto " , Escuintla, Guatemala, C.A, BIRD, Barbara Jane — 17 Victoria Ave., Belleville, Ontario. BOYD, Carol Ann— 11 Celina St., Oshawa, Ontario. BRINGLOE, Donna— 435 York St., Cornwall, Ontario. BURLEIGH, Cynthia— |Bath, On- tario. BURROWS, Mary T.— Sutton, On- tario. CABRAL, Milda — Garcia Godoy St., No. 8, Ciudad Trujillo, D.R. CAMERON, Margaret — Iroquois Falls, Ontario. CAROAMO, Marianela — Box 785 Ciudad Trujillo, D.R. CHAPMAN, Ann — 55 Foxbar Ave., Toronto, Ontario. COLE. Margaret — Caixa Postal 8026, Sao Paulo, Brazil. DAWS, Donna M. — 29 Peel St., Lindsay, Ontario. DREW, Carol Ann — 74 Sandring- ham Dr., Stn. K., Toronto 12, Ontario. DUGGAN, Sheila Susan — Bramp- ton, Ontario. BLLERBECK, Eleanor — Collins Bay, Ontario. ELLIOTT, Geraldlne — 147 George Ave., Noranda, Quebec. ESCHTRUTH, Mary E. — Peck, Michigan, U.S.A. FEE, Coral Ann — 295 Kent St., Fifty-two Lindsay, Ontario. FERGUSON, Helen — Missao de Camundongo, CP. 27, Silva Portd, Angola, Africa. FERGUSON, Margot — 36 John St., Arnprior, Ontario FLEISCHMAN, Carol — 293 Col- lege St., Sudbury, Ontario. GASSON, Joanne — Elk Lake, On- tario. GIBERSTEIN, Sulamita — " Monte Carmelo " Ave., Rizquaz, Mara- caibo, Venezuela, S.A. GRASS, Betty — 53 Helendale Ave., Toronto, Ontario. GRAY, Gary — 97 Hill Cresc, Stop 25A, Kingston Rd., Scar- borough, Ont. GILBANK, Shirley — 93 Cline Ave. N., Hamilton, Ontario. GROBB, Mary E. — Whitby, On- tario. HAMILTON, Joanne — Ramore, Ontario. HANLAN, Patricia — 755 Mur- dock Ave., Noranda, Quebec. HAWKINS, Beverley — Brockville, Ontario. HUNTER, Marilyn — 226 Queen St. S., Kitchener, Ontario. JENKINS, Constance — 503 Barrie St., Kingston, Ontario. JORDAN, Ingeborg — Heinz, Jordan Co., 73 Adelaide St. W„ Toronto, Ontario. KEMPE, Barbara — " Oleandei Brakes " , Southampton East, Ber- muda. KNIGHT, Bevfirley — 228 Balmoral Ave., Toronto, Ontario. KNIGHTS, Lynda — 58 South High St., Port Arthur, Ontario. KRUGER, Ann — 2932 Yonge St., Toronto, Ont. LECHTIG, Sulamita — Quinta Sulamita, Avenida Eduardo Cal- cano, Santa Monica, Caracas, Venezuela, S.A. LILLICO, Jane — 91 Delaware Mew o Out Old QirU JOAN MUTCH married Martin McDowel on September 23, 1952 in Toronto. BETTE ANNE SHIELDS married Thomas Henderson Gib- son on October 3, 1952 in Toronto. SYLVIA SKINNER married in Oshawa on Sept. 20, 1952. PERLA AUDAI married Rubeen Fuentes on Oct. 15, 1952. HELEN DUNCAN married Robert Channen in Whitby, on July 19, 1952. LILiA (DE LA TORE) TAMARA had a son in December of ' 51 in Bogota, Colombia. ROSEMARY HOWEY married Charles E. Turner on Sep- tember 19, 1952, in Aurora, Ont. MARY LOU McKlNNON is attending the Ontario College of Art in Toronto. JEAN PHELAN is engaged to Ken Vasal, and plans to marry this summer. BILLY POTTER and SHIRLEY CHAPPLE are both in training in Hamilton General Hospital, and like it very much. JOAN MOTHERSILL is working in Toronto now, but plans to enter nursing at Kingston General next fall. MARILYN MILLS is in nursing at Kingston General. BARBARA GRIERSON is attending Carleton College at Oshawa, and doing splendidly. JANE DOELLE married Dr. Arthur H. Malcolm on March 7, 1953 at Toronto. SHIRLEY CHALLENER married Joseph Edgar Squire on January 1, 1953, at Toronto. They are now living in Halifax. MARGARITA (CARCAMO) BAUER had a son in the spring of ' 53. JOANNE (ALEXANDER) ROBLIN of Whitby had her second child, a daughter. Sarah Louise, on January 31, 1953. RUTH CORLETT has been elected president of a society at Queen ' s University for the coming year. LYNN MARK and BARBARA NORMAN are both engaged and plan fall weddings. RITA (YARNOLD) LOMAX of Oshawa had a baby girl in the fall of .2. FRANCES NICHOLS and SHERIDAN BOLE are both doing well at Western University. DIANNE LEE is a dental nurse in OshaWa. KATHARINE NORTHEY finds being in the radar division of the R.C.A.F. most interesting. THELMA TAYLOR is happily married and living in Mil- Fijty-one Nig,ltt The day has gone so quickly, And now the .night is near. The sun ' s behind a mountain And soon, stars will appear. From o ' er a distant hill top, I hear the cattle call Along the narrow winding path That leads them to their stall. The flowers in the meadow Have bowed their heads in rest, And birds have ceased their singing And have gone home to their nest. The night has come to show us The meaning of God ' s love, And with coming of the night Brings peace from him above. Marilyn Reader, Grade 12. With J ine and (Bait With line and bait and happy heart Across the fields I make my start, A fish to catch. Such dear de- light, You hook, you look, then comes the fight; You didn ' t think a fish could be so smart. Him caught, again I make my start; A small-mouth bass, I see him dart fifty First here, then there; I hold on tight With line and bait. From him I ' ll make a fried fish tart. But, yet again, he is too smart. For me one jerk, two pulls he makes just right, And left me half the worm for spite. Here ' s hoping he ' ll do better, my son Bart, With line and bait. Vi Williams, Grade 12 Unappteciated JSeauty, Thousands of lights show up millions of buildings, neon signs, gaudy colours, and people. Does anyone notice far up in the heavens, the lone star and slighty clouded moon? The large " Dime and Dance " sign takes care of that. The people see the colours, the lights, and the heavens are forgotten. A horn blows, brakes screech and groan, a clock, somewhere high up, pounds eleven consecutive sounds and the con- tented pigeon perched way above lets out a contented coo, but it is unheard. From the Hudson, a cool refreshing breeze travels from water to buildings; it blows little gusts down the street, picking up tiny black specks of soot from the chimneys. People curse it, bending head low and collar up. The moon and star seem to resent the lack of affection and clouds are invited to take over. A fine rain begins falling, warm and damp, over the exquisite coiffures and finely made shoes. Taxis are more frequently seen; soon there are far less people and more screech- ing of brakes, blowing of horns. Jet black pavement becomes shiny and mischievous by reflecting bold reds, dazzling yellows, orange and green. In the street people hurry this way and that. Outside a smoke- filled tavern, a brawl has started over someone ' s pettiness. A police siren stabs the air and a crowd gathers. As the men in navy blue ap- pear, the crowd scatters, each person glad for a new topic to discuss with a friend. The huge, old clock with several resounding bongs, reminds people again of the hour. The night gets darker; lights seems to take on a more extravagant hue; brakes groan and sirens screech in differ- ent sections of the city. It is long past the moon ' s bedtime; the star has wandered off to find some lovers who appreciate it and the pigeon is fast asleep. The wind gives a sigh while the rain keeps falling and the city goes on. —Annette Mavor, Grade 11 c4 Ptay i O Thou My God that is my O Thou the God of every soul, light, Set for us a higher goal. Guide me through the coming Be Thou with us, O Lord of night. Light, O Thou the God of every man, And guide us through the com- Let us know more of Thy plan. ing night. Alice Mount, Grade 12 Forty-nine Zioni3m Zionism is an idea, a Jewish idea. Maybe you will ask, " What does this word Zionism mean? " This word comes from the word " Zion " ' which is the name the Jewish people give to the Holy Land, the land promised to the Jewish people through Moses. The Jewish have always been persecuted by other people. In the time of the Assyrian Empire Nebuchadnezzar took the Jews out of Jerusalem. They, in exile, remembered their dear and far away land, and they sang sad songs, when the Assyrian required them to sing, be- cause they were captives in a land far away from the Holy Land. When Gyrus of Persia conquered the Assyrians, he liberated the Jews and let them go back to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple built by Solomon in God ' s honour. They had a peaceful era for some time, farming their land and living as they wished. Then in the year 70 A.D. came the Romans. They destroyed the second temple and took the holy chalice and chandeliers. When Rome declined, the Jews thought they would be let live in peace, but just at that time Mohammet, the prophet, appeared in Arabia and spoke to the Arabs about Allah. When he saw they be- lieved in him, he also spoke to them about the necessity of going to other countries to convert other people to Islam. In 632 A.D. the Arabs began to move to ' Asia Minor and North Africa. They reached Spain and began to move to France, but Charles, who was called " The Hammer " , crushed them at Tours. When the Arabic movement be- gan, the Jews moved to North Africa, into Spain and toward the Danubian lands. The Spanish wanted a Spanish country, and drove the Moors and Jews out of Spain. In feudal times, the nobles and kings borrowed money from the Jews who were hated more and more because they were the only ones who had money. When Nazism came, the Jewish were cruelly treated; they were put into concentration camps where they died in millions from hunger or sickness. In that time of persecution, they began to think of having a nation of their own in which to live peacefully, cultivating the land. When they began to move into Palestine, they had to fight with the Arabs who lived there. At last the United Na- tions intervened to make peace and decided to give some parts to the Jews and other parts to the Arabs; Jerusalem was to be made an inter- national city, but two years ago the Jewish government moved into it and made it the capital of Palestine. Palestine had been proclaimed an independent nation five years before with the name of Israel. Now the Jewish are cultivating the land and living peacefully. Many Jewish people all over the world contributed money to help the homeless Jews settle in Israel. Every day more and more Jews are coming to live there. The republic of Israel is becoming more prosperous. In a place where once was a desert, now oranges, grapes and other fruits are growing. The Bible promised; " The desert then shall blossom as the rose, " and it has done so as a result of Zionism. —Sulamita Lechtig, Grade 11. Forty-eight Political Z) ouble la A storm was b rewing. The detail of 25 soldiers was laboriously making its way up the seething Opon River. The heavy rainfalls of the past month had swollen the otherwise muddy, sluggish river into a fast moving stream, treacherous, because of its swift current and dangerous whirlpools. The small party of men had to take cover at the finca (ranch) of Senor Reyes, a prosperous cattle rancher. Senor Reyes was glad of the company of the soldiers because he was afraid of the " bandidos " . In 1948 the Conservative party came into power in Colombia because the Liberal party was split under two powerful leaders. In May, one Liberal leader was assassinated and a revolution began. A National Police Force was organized, made up of criminals who had escaped during the revolution. The force, all Conservatives, has been oppressing the people. Groups of " bandidos " were formed to strike at any official, or any official act. The majority of people in Colombia being peons, or the poor workers, the bandits were chiefly from this class. During the summer of 1952, the bandidos were very active around Barrancavermeja. A division of soldiers from Bogota was sent to Barranca to quell the uprisings caused by the revengeful bandidos. The party of soldiers, mentioned before, were out investigating clues that might have led them to the " hiding place " and capture of the bandidos. Since the territory in question was mainly jungle, the ban- didos had the advantage because there were many excellent places of concealment. Lately, the bandidos had been making short raids on some of the ranches. For this reason, Reyes was glad to have the soldiers at his finca. Domingo Reyes was a genial host and after feeding the soldiers well, he strung hammocks and everyone went to bed; but their rest was destined to be disturbed, for a party of bandidos raided the Reyes ' ranch. They burned the buildings and killed most of the cowboys. Domingo Reyes, and his family, and two soldiers escaped. The soldiers took a boat to Barranca, and next morning, four of their comrades fetched the bodies for burial. Everyone in Barranca had to fly a Colombian flag, with a black band at half-mast from Friday, July 11, to Monday. The flags were not even taken down over night. Until the middle of August, there was a curfew from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. Everyone was under martial law. Until it matures, Colombia will always have political trouble; the people are too ready to fight rather than to talk. It is a shame; Colombia is a beautiful country with many resources. Emeralds, coffee and oil are the chief assets. Perhaps someday Colombia will be rich and peaceful. —Jessie Trumper, Grade 11. Forty-seven enie What a chilly, moist cave Ruth and I had come across during our hike in the woods. Shivering with fear, and gripping each other ' s clammy hand, we cautiously peered around the entrance of the tunnel. Ahead was pitch blackness, leading into the depths of the earth. A sensation of horror was beginning to engulf me, but I held it back imi- tating my brave sister. Ruth switched on her flashlight, and I saved mine for later. Sargie, the dog,, timidly crept behind us whimpering, as he realized we were determined to investigate the forbidding den. It seemed as if we didn ' t dare say anything, as if some unknown power was compelling us to be silent. Groping our way forward, we dis- covered a sharp curve to the right, which forced us further downhill. Still we continued. By this time, Sargie was enjoying the tour; we were not. Roundng ainother bend, we saw a room with a crude table, supporting a candle, in the centre. I felt Ruth ' s shiver as she saw the ghastly flicker peering through the mist. She turned off her flash- light, and we slowly continued. Suddenly the glow vanished and we were left in darkness Before either of us could turn on our flashlights, a hideous laugh echoed through the tunnel. This noise apparently hadn ' t bothered Sargie, for when I looked at him to console him, his innocent face peered up at me, quite undisturbed. We determined to solve the mystery. Ruth and the dog took the tunnel to the right, and I continued in the same one. Suddenly the same laugh pierced my ears, as before. How horrible and mys- terious! Somehow, I felt like Nancy Drew, investigating one of her famous mysteries, I was however, too frightened to continue; so I called Ruth, twice rather timidly, then again, more bravely. Suddenly I was being violently shaken, and I opened my eyes. I saw Ruth standing over me, trying to wake me up. To my surprise, I was home, in my own room, just wakened from a suspense-filled nightmare! —Frances Barrett, Grade 9 A wind came up out of the sea; A sailor cried, " God pity me! " A wave swept him into the sea. A wind came up out of the sea And swamped the deck; the A wind came up out of the sea; A sailor cried, " God pity me " The jagged rocks her doom sails tore free. would be; Joyce Brown, Grade 12 Forty-six early part of the nineteenth century. North of the country we find the clear blue waters of the Carib- bean Sea, and many picturesque little islands. To the south we find the jungles of the Amazon Valley, which up to now have not been touched by civilization. The Orinoco River, one of the largest in South America, divides the country in almost two equal parts; one of its tributaries, the Carrao River, tumbles down about 3,500 feet to form the Angel Falls, the world ' s highest waterfall. Many beautiful tales were told by the Indians to the Spanish conquerors about these regions. The country itself may be roughly divided into four sections, each possessing many and varied products: the Andean Highlands with its wheat; the Llanos are extensive grassy plains, famous since Colonial days for the raising of cattle and horses; the Lake Maracaibo region is famous for petroleum, Venezuela ' s main source of wealth, the coastal region with its fisheries, cocoa and coffee; and the Guayana Highlands, rich with iron, woods, precious stones, and metals. Venezuela was the cradle of independence of five other South American republics because it was the birth place of Simon Bolivar, the Liberator. Venezuela got ner independence at the battle of Cara- bobo in memory of the men and the battles they fought to set us free. First among the five most important cities is Caracas, the capital, which is the centre of education, art and sports. Maracaibo is Vene- zuela ' s golden city and the most important oil exporting port. Cu- mana, in the east, is the main centre of fisheries, pearls and the oil refinery industry. Valencia, near beautiful Lake Valencia, has charm- ing valleys which are visited and well remembered by the tourists. The customs, language, religion and art are of Spanish origin. The Venezuelan folklore is altogether different from that of Spain. It was originated by the native people of the Venezuelan Llanos; the dance is called joropo and it is a fast moving dance. Our music ex- presses the people ' s happiness and also their sadness; the passions of hard working men and women that love and suffer and find an outlet for their emotions through the strings of a guitar in their songs. Sulamita Giberstein Blanca Vorg-Bance Slack Stocking, Stocking, stocking old and black, Hanging on my towel rack, What hard-hearted soul was it That made you part of our out- fit? 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