Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa)

 - Class of 1987

Page 1 of 66


Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Cover

Page 6, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1987 Edition, Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 66 of the 1987 volume:

M wr ,Hg v':3k ' V, W . .,,. ,W fc I 'ix UT F Personalised Service Contact R..A..K N Y T.V.SERVlCES REPAIRS AND GONVERSUONS T0 ALL IOCAL AND UWEBNATUONAL SETS LOAN SETS AVAILABLE 3 MONTHS GUARANTEE Q MAIN ROAD MUWENBEHG 1 " ' Ba-1815 A , e X WAT emma Sliiglgflii221l3EllSlI:2?l!2Ml3ll?1QlISll5'i1W3flYflIS!E5JIE!Eiglglgilgffilfglgdlgg W 9 Q gf-I5 " 52,3697 . , 59,3 .Q-F. pautvgsz E Q - 96 fl -5 Q-ii ivy!--gf Q ' O 0 A I :L-O ISE! 0 1 D P'- Q -...1 5 I987 Wu been atgzenr Q? cf1n.qgEi,GVG'1fS M19 iig' cwvuzvements, whwh' E- made Jimiagw svhvvd tv be pnmq' 11 sz M t Secignff that time vutstnndwm aoademiojrvwth and wide .sgevtmvkig lf? sxtm-mumf vwtubifcies we evted. gg L6 the messrige the Kevig Emmys tvjvu. EY? Iwvufdhfceivexpre-ssWv5gtf1m4k5nn19 wreocntm to tfiqse vontvlfmteaito' in 55-nfs wurggnzme-. Fast to the Pdnvffgsd Mr Cfwstiliniidd ecvndfg iv 1 PHP , ? parents S msmeffvv W mr if E snppvvt mu? E-54178558-PL response- t51.?55E-tvgquff W wmfd vwt have been nbfeto take . gig I wvufd R550 Bike to take this pvrtm' it to M591 vu. nfl a veg, Mevwoptivmyistmvcg ag 3 peargjlaiv Newsymn M E Mrs M.A. Sfetvfuz-V IZ 165:21 :gmrffxlfamilfrfxlsnmEm121h'f1 l21m2lv2S5u2sHJnazsffargmlg , ., ,,....... " . ' A ' 1 'X if f .A 3 'VJ,'N,3:1,5,:,4.Q,l..ay!,gl we R .Uh .. ' vw, ' ' f ..12'L"'Ws?i?? ' -:T M O f WS 'wzfsgs-leiffr S5271 4' v. Y X4 K ? r 1. 4 1' - Q, q ,aw - 7 WITH CUM D Help you save' OX A Wf fll Cgompdmmzj BRIAN PCRTER MOTCRS MAIN ROAD MUIZENBERG TEL. 88-110519 YOUR FRIENDLY LOQ4-xL MOTOR DEALER FOR MAZDA XMITSUBISHI VEHICLES n' " ' "' mA,X-:,,,.va hw f 9 if ig 7 5+ 'WSP ax 41 ka ,Y ,M M I .W . F 3411-,ffizamf-N,, , , , , " IQEJQYK ' ' . 33 ga ,w 1 buffy " ' ' f fl fivllidvlfwf' R ff r Elini eaggns CUSTOM DESIGNED BANNERS 8: STICKERS SCREEN PRINTING PERSPEX SIGNS ALL SIGNWRITING VINYL LETTERS ILLUNIINATED SIGNS ILLUMINATED AWNINGS CONTACT PETER 88 1957 I 'a ESTATE AGENT SHOW BOARDS K STAFF STAF F Back Row : Mr D Ready Miss C Lloyd: Mrs S Heldzingeny Mr W Lewisg Miss J Gardner: Miss A Arenhold Middle Ron : Miss P Meyerp Mrs J Hickey: Mrs L Milesy Miss C Hawksworth Mrs C Ottyg Mrs M Sletcherg Mr P Marcelley Mrs C Roynon Seated : Mrs D Boersseng Mr A Raveny Mrs A Gibbony Mrs G Rose: Mr R Just: Mrs K Rabieg Mrs D Hunt: Mrs S du Preezg Mrs S McQueen -PREFECTS I YTICTISV I 0 Back Row : C Soltaup C Venablesy C Campbell- M Lloyd Middle Row : N Ccmrrerfordy G Webbe ' J . ......- D H er r, Fowler, TAdams7 DPring1e7 EPEEQ 1 Mrs A Gibbony Mr A Raven- K Mgmt Q Atkinsony Mrs D Hunt, E Alexiogcmery' Mr R JUSUI msffanfeewu-1e,4i.1x-.usr,...i ...V . Lb.-f1f.,,.,,. , M W U V I H W PRINCIPAL Std Va SENIOR ASSISTANT STAFF 1987 Mr R.W. Just, B.A., H.P.T.D. Mr N.P. Carr, Dip. C.R.E., P.T.D. sm Vb HEAD OF DEPARTMENT ivir A. Raven, B.Ed., B.A., P.T.D., Dip. sec. Ed. Std lVa Std lVb Std llla Std lllb Dip. Speech iUNlSAI Mr D.E.F. Read, B.Prim. Ed. Mrs C. Roynon, H.D.E. Mrs M. Sletcher, D.E., H.D.E., Art Miss A. Arenhold, B. Prim. Ed. Std lla HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Mrs D. Hunt, B. Prim. Ed. Std Ilb Std la Std lb Sub B1 Mrs L. Miles, H.D.E. Miss J. Gardner, H.D.E. Junior Primary Miss C.T. Lloyd, H.D.E. Junior Primary Mrs D. Boerssen, N.T.T.D. Junior Specialist Sub B2 HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Mrs A. Gibbon, H.P.T.D., Remedial Diploma Sub A1 Sub A2 Senior Practical Class Junior Practical Class Miss C.A. Hawksworth, Junior Primary, H.D.E. Pre-Prim. Mrs C.A. Otty, T.E.D. Junior Specialist Mrs S. McQueen, D.E., D.S.E. iMentally Handicapped and Remediall Mrs S. Heldzingen, P.T.C., Dip. Spec. Ed. iSpecial Classl Pre-Primary Mrs K. Prins, Dip. Nursery Education Music SENIOR ASSISTANT Mrs l.K. Rabie, U.P.L.M., U.T.L.M. Music Mr P. Marcelle, T.L.D. iUCTl Music Mr W. Lewis, T.L.D. IPianol, T.L.D. iSingingl Library Mrs E. Broekmann, B.A., H. Dip. Lib. Remedial Speech Mrs P. Rose, P.T.D. Higher Primary, D.S.E. Speech Correction and Hard of Hearing Remedial Miss P. Meyer, B. Prim. Ed., D.S.E. iRem.I Secretary Mrs S. du Preez, Dip. N.B.l. Accountant Mrs Hickey Caretaker Mr N. Volsteedt We wish to thank the following families most sincerely for their page sponsorship: Nortier family Snaith family Potgieter family crawnursf familyi Horner family Alexander family Brennan family Wark family Smith family van der Vijver family Jones family Calverey family Atkinson family Laubscher family Soltau family Kippsy family Y' I .....c...a...-...... ,ity-s.."" f - ' f ' ' Sheriff family Shean family Lawrenson family Kilian family Joubert family Goldie family Mielck family Venables family vhite family Prins family Montgomery family van Schoor family Dunn family Bosonotto family MacBeath family Knight family Horstmann family Penderis family Dednam family Hardcastle family Murphy family Nicholas family Haigh family Hewitt family Sharpe family Carter family Peck family Mathers family Fenton-Wells family Chinchilla Pre-Primary fusing family ' Wann family PRINCIPAIJS ADDRESS 1987 1 . INTRODUCTION I arm going to depart from my usual format of giving an account of most of the school activities. As we are essentially a child- centred school so I am going to give our children, represented by Head Girl Kim Montgomery and Head Boy Quinton Atkinson the oportunity of reporting on the children's activities as seen from the children's point of view. For my part I wish to comment on the Staff, and the outlook for our School in the years to come. 2 . STAFF ' They say a school is only as good 'as its Principal but it is also true that without a good staff you cannot have a good school. I must also tell you that our staff is regarded by Inspectors and numerous visitors to the school as one of the rmost enthusiastic, inspired and one with an unusually strong team spirit and close bond between members. Each one of them cares about your child and each one will go beyond the call of duty to ensure the happiness of your child. They are indeed a staff of which to be proud. Part and parcel of our staff on the administrative side is Mrs du Preez our hard-working'School Secretary and Mrs Hickey, our efficient and ever- cheerful Accountant and Assistant Secretary. ' Junior Members in the businessinof theqschool are the Prefects. Thanks to them for duties well-performed. Seeing our children safely across the road is a vitally important duty - our thanks to Mrs Brough in this regard. Iast but not least thanks to the cleaning staff led by Caretaker Mr Volsteedt. 3. ACADEMIC, CUL'I'URAI. Sf SPORT With regard to our various other activities, we have made some notable impressions. O1 the sportsfront, soccer was introduced after a request made by yourselves and the boys. At the Afrikaans Eisteddfod we came away with the Santam Shield for the greatest participation by any school lboth English and Afrikaans! in Cape Town. In addition we claimed other trophies and many diplomas at this Eisteddfod and the Cape 'Down Eisteddfod. In the field of Gifted Education our Sub A activities were presented to a select group of 60 teachers at the Teachers College i.n the form of a tapefslide show. The numerous odmer activities have progressed well, with our fair share of highs and lows, defeats and triumphs. Greater detail may be found further on in the School Magazine. ---if MUIZENBERG HIGH SCHCDI. At this point I wish to pay a special tribute to Mr Gibbon and the High School Cormwittee for their outstanding spport and co-operation with the Junior School. What is particularly pleasing from our point of view is the increase in numbers at the High School this year and the fact that more teachers have been appointed in the field of Art and Music. May die High School go fren strength to strength and may the bond between us growl ever stronger. THE P.T.A. Sf THE PRE-PRIMARY CC1WVlI'I'I'EE The P.T.A. Committee, under the leadership of Tess Louw, and with your co-operation in the important business of fundraising, brought in a sum of over R12 O00 and money is ccming in. Many thanks to them and to you. The Pre-Primary, underrthe firm, yet unobtrusive leadership of Roy Glover has met virtually every demand imposed on it. THE SCHIL CG"IbfDI'l'I'EE In this my l0th year at M.J.S. I look back over my associationland work with many School Committees, but I can assure you that this Ccmnittee, under the leadership of Jeremy Poole, now in the 3rd and final year of office, has been one of the most demanding yet one of th the most efficient, hardworking and concerned Curmittees I have had priviledge to work with. Their achievements have been many, but I wish to highlight theirthree main contributions which I personally think benefitted the school most: Firstly the problem of providing transport for the many teams and groups that go out frcim our school week after week. A school bus is an expensive item, especially in G a school that has limited funds, yet the Ccmmittee have spared no effort to resolve this problem and are getting closer and closer to their goal of purchasing a bus for our school, naturally with your financial support Secondly, the introduction of our new school uniform has given our school and pupil image a definite boost. Nerd: year I hope all pupils will be in new uniform. ' 'Ihirdly, and most significantly has been the introduction of a detailed school budget, closely monitored and constantly being improved upon. Our finances in the meantime have also improved - and here I must give my unreserved praise and thanks to all the parents who so generously and unselfishly paid their school fees. Thus on behalf of the school my sincere thanks to the Ccxmmittee for their labours over the past 25 years. NEW POLITICAL DISPENSATION It is just as well that our financial and educational system is healthy, for developments, especially political developments are at work which are already profoundly effecting our educational system as we know it at present and we as a school and you as a parent body must be prepared to face the challenge of what is going to happen to us in the future. Under the new political dispensation Education is an Own Affair - it no longer falls under the jurisdiction, of the Old Cape Provincial Council but is controlled directly from Pretoria. Frcxm Pretoria the money trickles to the 'various Departments and the emphasis is on the word trickle. Add to this fact that our Director of Education, Dr Walters is working on the same budget as 1986 and you will begin to appreciate some of his fand our! problems. A first result has been the abolition of teachers' posts. A second is that it is now far more difficult to secure teaching posts even when a school's enrolment is increasing. The third effect - and the one that touches us rmore personally has been the drastic cutbacks in terms of what the Department provides. This school' hall of this kind, for example, will not be in the plans of schools to be built in the future, unless the school corrmunity is prepared to finance the building costs. If this school hall were to burn down tomorrow the Department will not rebuild it - and so it has to be insured by M.J.S. - a further drain on our school funds. The fact that we no longer have a maintenance grant for our fields and equipment is well known to you. The pool chemicals amount will be R35 tjmousand next year so if you want your chi.ld to swim, which I'm sure you do, you have to pay for it. There is also the warning that if school expenditure on text-books, electricity, water and the telephone not be reduced by 252 Kas compared with 19867 - then the school is liable for payrment. In the circumstances I expect that all schools will have no option but to raise their school fees considerably in order to maintain their basic facilities Cteaching aids, library books, audio-visuals, copying facilities, sporting facilities and equipment, grounds machinery and so forth! . In order to keep such an increase as low as possible it is imperative that parent and pupils support the staff in ensuring that text-books and exercise books are properly looked after and that children are taught the importance of caring for school equipment and facilities. oompunazms IN EDUCATION , It is not only the new Political and Financial dispensation that is going to effect us. Altogether another sphere which is increasingly dermanding our close attention is the dramatic grcwth of the Computer, which is now so much part of our modern-day living that we as parents and teachers simply must give your child every opportunity to master basic skills and to provide funds for more computers. Our school is fortunate in having an expert in Computer Education join our school r year, namely Mr Peter Rickards, to whom we look for guidance in this context. Fortunate is M.J.S. too, to have a parent group which has sustained the Computer Club over the past few years. NEW METHODS 'IO ENHANCE THINKING SKILLS This last year, the teachers and I have attended courses and seminars I concerning new meduods in teaching your child thinking and reasoning skills to unlock the potential of that miracle organ which is the brain. In addition in-service training courses are planned for next year at M.J.S. PLEASANT VDRKIINK: ENVIRONMENT And then last, but not least, we need to look at the appearance and image of our school. Plans and moves are underway to improve those very im- portant "First Impression" areas: namely the Secretaries' office and foyer, and the Staffroom, a room to which so many dignitaries are invited. I think you will agree, that our hard-working Secretaries and Teachers also deserve a pleasant yet efficient working environment. CDIXULUS ION In conclusion, I give you earnest assurance that we will stay up at the front with the best of them, we will continue to improve ourselves Cboth teachers and pupils! and we will continue to improve our facilities, if the finances are provided. But whatever we do, we need you, the parent at hcme, supporting us positively in all our endeavours for the ultimate benefit of your child. RWJUST As 1987 draws to a close so does our three year term of office and I should like to review it briefly Firstly, school fees were increased and together with stringent control measures and a vast improvement in the payment ratio the financial position of the school improved dramatically. These stringent financial controls willunfortunatel now always be part of our day to day financial Y planning as the cutbacks in education tal e effect Secondly the bus was sold as it had become uneconcrmical to run We are at present negotiating the purchase of a minibus. A sincere thanks to all the parents and teachers who transported children to and from matches. Without their assistance our sporting activities would surely have ground to a halt. This year saw the introduction of a new look uniform and a "new" sport - soccer. Both have proved to be very popular and have rapidly become part of the school life at M.J.S. i Contact and oo-operation with the High School has developed into joint planning meetings and we look forward to further opportunities to serve our joint interests. I During the year we said farewell to parents and teachers alike and at the end of this year we must again bid farewell to all those leaving the school and we wish them well wherever they may go. In conclusion I should like to thank you for your support through troubled times. It has been most gratifying to know that we could always depend on full parent co-operation. It has made our task that much easier. Wishing you la blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year. JEREMYPOOLE SCHOOLC1lVlMI'I'I'EECI-IAIRMAN SCI-III. QlV1'MI'I'I'EE Mr J Poole iCnairma.n7 Mr R Pringle Mr R Crowhurst Wice-Cnairmanl Mr E Smith - Mrs M Montgomery Mr J Kipps Mrs A Myers Mr D Potgieter P T A REFLECTIONS ON 1987 As our fundraising year of 1987 draws to a close, we can, I feel, look back on a successful year of fundraising for Muizenberg Junior School. We land hopefully youl , enjoyed fundraisers such as the Barn Dance held in May, The International Evening and the 'Great' M.J.S. Sleep Out. I E r I: M J S pupils were very enthusiastic about the Craft Classes which were C ! run on two occasions during school holidays, some lovely handmade 5 Christzmas Gifts were madeQ The 2nd International Evening once again proved a great success and it , was very encouraging to see the tremendous turn-out of family and friends. I! I An enthusiastic response was received for the Friday 13 Sleep Out at . Sandvlei, with the children using great imagination in creating their 1 COStUITES ! 1 A tremendous rapport exists between the M.J.S. staff and the P.T.A. y Cormiittee and I thank the Staff sincerely for all their help and co- y operation during 1987. To you, the parent, a very sincere word of thanks. Without your backing i and support we cannot function as a fundraising body. 'Every financially J successful fundraiser helps to keep the schools budget in the "Pink". L, Finally, to all those hardworking P.T.A. Ccmmittee members, many, many 5 thanks for your loyal support and back-up throughout the year. - were an excellent team. To those brave souls who have offered to yi serve a second year on the Committee - see you next year ! Year, and I am sure May you all have a very happy Christmas and New will have a tremendous fundraising year in 1988 oo SCHOOL CIMMI'I'I'EE CHAIRMAN'S REPORT ' ' ' , I I o TESS LOUW CHALRLADY 1987 P.T.A. mMVlI'I'l'EE Mrs T Louw Mrs FNJones Mr J Kipps Mrs A Venables Mrs J Jacobs Mrs F Calverey C Chairlady J K Secretary J C Treasurer I Mrs Potgieter Mrs C A Sharpe Mr C Plastow Mrs D Kenney QPre-Primary Representati Mr E Smith iSchool Committee Representative! WE g we , ' W ..,,,.., 7 I , 5 , ,, R Q - 5 gg. :V .,-g,l1'. ...,,Q1-3 .3 z , Possible two highlights this year for us all were the visit of 'Grannies' MUIZENBERG JUNIOR PRE-PRIMARY ' During the year we had a major change in the Pre-primary. We said good- bye to Mrs Payne who left with her husband to manage a holiday resort in Sedgefield. It was a pleasure to welcome Mrs Karen Prins as our new teacher and it has been a joy to work with someone who has vision and enthusiasm and endless energy. During theuyear the children have been taken on outings of an educational nature which have included places like: Mineral World, Tokai Forest, Sheep Farm, Container Ship, S.P.C.S.7 Snake Park, Fire Station: World of Birds: S A Naval Band and others. HEAD GIRL Sf HEAD BOY REPORT 1987 This year has been a very busy year for everyone at M.J.S. The pupils of the school have been a part of many activities in and out of school. One of the most fun and profitable activities has been the participation of the pupils with the Fairest Cape Association. We have also been on clean ups with our non-european twin school Steven Road Primary. We are the first european and non-european schools to do so. And on account of that our name has been mentioned in many newspapers for e.g. The Argus The Cape Times, The Sunday Times and our local newspapers. 'Ihis year the Language Festival Day, Arbor Day and Founders Day fell on the same day. For Arbor Day we planted over 50 trees at Sandvlei. on Mother's Day and an activity morning lSaturdayJ for Fathers and Children for Father's Day. Needles to say, our land of 'Australia' was the gem of the International Evening Cwe're not biased are we ?J As a result of our fundraisers - ' C a rummage sale, cake sale, Easter Rafflel we were able to purchase blinds for the classroom, erect a new side gate, hang a commando net, build a drying rack, purchase blocks, tools and other equipment for the children and begin with the plans to build a platformfactivity corner., which will be handed over for completion next year. We are grateful to Mrs Dixon for her work in training the children to swim. Also to Susan Forshaw for her involvement and help during the year. I would like to corrmend the Pre-Primary Committee on their successful 'Boot Sale' which was a first for Muizenberg Junior. Their enthusiasm and hard work has helped to make the Pre-Primary department more effective in preparing the young-ones for Junior School. May I in closing wish you all a happy and safe holiday and much joy as we celebrate the birth of God's Son at Christ-mas time. ROY GLOVER PRE-PRIMARY CHAIRMAN P.T.A. PRE-PRIMARY CI1'MI'I'1'EE: Mrs D Kermey Mrs M van Schoor Mr R Glover lChairmanJ Mrs G Van del' MGIWS Mr J Donaldson fTreasurerJ Mrs B Adams Mrs J Lewis lsecretaryl MIS E COWHH After that we assembled in the hall for the Language Festival presented by the pupils and the Founders Day service, presented by Mr Raven. There has been a few athletic outings and galas throughout the year and we have had our fair share of defeats and victories. This year's General Knowledge team has participated in many quizes against Western Province Preparatory, Westcott and Kirstenhof. Unfortunately we lost the Triangular Cup to Kirstenhof but we know that next years team will win it back. We also participated in our first Music Quiz at Grove Primary against 5 other schools. All those involved with music and singing at our school can be proud of our many Eisteddfod achievements and we are lucky to have had very good teachers. Our annual International Evening passed with flying colours. We made R2 700. It was even better than last year's due to the enormous response of the teachers, the parents and especially the pupils. 'Ihere have been many rumours that die change from rugby to soccer was not a good choice. But this is not true. We have done exceptionally well. Especially our Under 13 team who only lost one match in the entire season. Our class camps this year have been the best ever. The Std 5 camp was very exciting, as we had talks and slides about the place were we stayed which was Hout Bay. The Prefects Camp was also enjoyable and will stay in our memories for a long time. g Just recently we had our Sleep Out. Although the weather wasn't on our side, it was a very successful project. We have enjoyed this year very much and we all hope the next Std 5's will enjoy it just as much l From all the Std 5's we'd like to thank the school for 7 happy years. KIM IVDNIGQWERY QJINION ATKINSON ""'-""'3""" 1 g' Nl 'f I rg sf. Qlg3:7,,il.i? J , y"f'3:A'5'l5'L ' . t , "2 f- 1 ' A ,H . ,U 3 6, 1 ., 1 Q, 4' fr' -lxllww ww rl v-wmwwlmrvr ,A J N if W .- ---1, ,X K ,V J Wg-Wwjliqzu I U, L:-. if PRINGLE 6? YORK Row fy, ' GENERAL CARTAGE Fu. 1 Q FURNITURE REMOVALS ' ZTSTRRTSSTSZS IHEHHHUHHH ilggva, WWW LES my SPECIALISING in l.oAps Enom 1-prow :' PoR'r Ecggggirilggg EA-Tis EIONDON N 5' Jill-r,a, 'lrlltll GARDEN CENTRE wllrrsm ' Layout 8t landscape your :.HERBS noses A Por PLAN1s 1 SHRUBS COMPCST' SEEDLINGS TEL as 7575 l . oPEN 1 pAvs A WEEK K . ildkfa . G garden for you. Supply new Home-owners plants at a Discount price. Provide you with a garden service. Install Microjet irregation systems. Fulfil most of your gardening needs. For further information 84 a free quotation contact Bon or SEAN at 12-9829 l -M-M-we-.V--U. ., ,....,. ...fffl-:s.m3Fl!.nE:rx.:.' Au., . ,ig J...-E ..,,pf . -- eww . -'L' vi fi Q 4 1524 5 ' ' .-,f 11 L. 5 .nun,g:Lgf. an . . J. it Mattias.. ' ,tar 4!ltcjg1,'gj,.4y'i,f R .O n?W'f' fax 'f 4 L vo Q5 '4mh dna' . ,0 Wigw- ' 'MT NIA ' T 5 s I 'W 5 A JI' nf f '4 I if E- 'X IUOPXID oooh the Z,DOPLD'S best setting Poe1IePenCe book x 1. I -'5 --A'1 5' ',, , hi 'Q Q -V' ' D' 1 X ' I ' 'FQM f'i,,w.3o I H - 5 xo .Hifi ""' - , ' f t '26 1 541 t f 73 I -, +5 -3-'Qi' Yr ' C Q fi' Q H. . 11 t s o t' xt 0 Q 4. .-'4"Y"-1-Wm , V :L 1-5' 3' W' ' me 2111- ' 4 .F 'JN ' 'Y' M . I B v K ,-. ' A 1 ul X ' 1 ,Ji An I. Tag . -"- F . ' Q 51 xr' 2 . 1' 'I - ' 213. 1 I s", XII' I J, -1 E AWQQ4 vlfgkx :I k X' lax 1-'A It ."-' kt: . L,4g : it-f ' ', - -- . 0 K' 515- 1' ' -l , s :,.:. ' ' 1 '. , ' 3 'Wf' ' ' 1 1 , ' . I X ' 'ff s' . 5 " because they one ':- eos-9 to use -:Q QFXQIDEU from cbitogen thmough- out tbewx sciuootnmg .g. up to .'DC1'C6 theiw. chitos wise pcments invest in 1ZUtURe whilst cn.cr1-sing lsclnuiug Cm. cnbverrcrunef pon mome imconcncction. telephone- goua Locot Fgep11eseutc1t1ve julnet 1-Ripps -2- 58 -7585 -.-e , XFWWW , ,,,!,..,tT,:.T,..,,.,,... .....,,..,...... .WM , --M., ' ,rm A f W , , ilk 4,.'.L,I. .IJ 'A 'W 'T?'?'7T'7'xJlTfW!VVQWIm ' wg ,iliurguxililvi 1 I f'u.fl1fGHfl-. I- 1: "'L-sn'-nn. . . , - , ",,., ,.4 Vx . ,,. - "G '- , ff-'v ff' vm- W- M' ' 111 f Y on f T D H ff X79 'XV -X 7 A ' 'f xx fm, wi" V WW ww xi! f xx 'ff L , ,. 'WF' , 713: H5 ' IIIUIYHI Qftlh H125 3063 LET 'f '?j.ET,iTLfT'g,7' -rg-7,v:gg'Tf T3-7 YF'g"'7?.T?"i7'E"ATT'-"ff'-f""'7A '-"A 'T"" 'Q : 'fivzf .+:-'xfggxgg-. ,fm-GV1445-F.xf4fg'X-..x f:1i1f,QQQ-. Mio., 1:Q?,.?3'ZQy15'N4--vyl"'NBX5Qy'NQifQX, , .A ef Qe:LQ:vg.r-,'2521.:vff1L2rg:aZ-..xwz-zu my 12-Qrvzrvfzf' ,lv-fsffv S. '33 MLA ls: Vi- X FTI7' ,.'-3,4"x '75, 4 .. .7 ,952 4--AK, 7 f- - f- .UV 1' Y rx", LJ F XX '-"' 'X f "fx ' 1' 'X A A ' , 'W '. 5. , XX fx X aQgQn-.-fr Lf:.Vf75J-JG xvfi NQ5 Nfm wifi x9:ff'4 Ml, ?+NQ,gfvXXYQf1 L 'f I I I VQSN , f '. x, f , Q rixq , 1, ' A 1 Xf X iffki EISTEDDFOD SHIELD Mrs D Huntg Q Atkinson CHead Boylp K Montgomery KHead Girlbp Mr R Just 1 I ENVIRONVIENT CDMMIT'I'EIE Back Row Z D Bockery C Laubgcheri J Fowler Seated E Ale-.xioup Q Atkinson: 12 7 G Webber Mr R JUSTLI K Montgomeryg C Soltau . , . A , . - J W 'L""r1P""""'v+""r' 3-'1 ' Y , . - - f f V ' - i-N .rlrfhiiy'v'a5:::Y,,L-.LES ,,,.. -K Li. . - ,. ' CALLIGRAPHY CLUB BALLET ff K COIVIPUTE R CLUB CREATIVE MUSIC mile EJ' Sit . 4 I ' . - to held August this year at various venues. We'd H Aff! 43191-et 31g3gdl?UPllS and teachers on excellent achievanents at Tweede Taal Koorspraak We entered 9 - an excellent standard- Muizenberg Junior School hosted this groups fran Sub B to Std 4 in section Our pupils mst-slwvyable event- -me all our pupils and teachers - 'THANK You AND At iknmialgilisteddfod Prize-giving held at the City Hall our school received a for the greatest participation in the Speech 5 Drama sectmon. is a -great honour as we are the first English school ever shield- The Std ZA class also received a trophy for Choral 2 - 5- We are 'very proud- Tb all our who passes: thank you for your efforts too. You all tried your be-st- tape 'num Results: P - I lkrit Julian Bs Hfmsufs Thomas M91-it mmimia Backer may Merit Daniella Biicker merit may Alanna M911-it Ev A nmieua seam mn-t ,hey l you - Merit lmaiella in Merit J' ,Becker 50n'?m'5 nmieua am ' ,hurt ju' Fm mms NEI? 'Julian imomas Merit Q mm 4 Carimlia meiax - 5 lhvld U - Honours ,mill Um' music pupils zmdtmdhers we say thank youiand well done. MRS D HUNT .i...ll2E'E They year 1987 must feature in the history of Muizenberg Junior School asoneofthebstyearseverfcrcmunitteeandclubmanhersofthe ' Club. 'iheirirwolvanmithasnotonlybeaioonfinaito thesclnolbuttodwecmummityatlarge- AC SCHOOL the objective was to educate due children regards an attitude to litter and the conservation of our resources. Here I must the staff for their roll and in particular the members of the Environment Ccmnittee all of whcm did sterling work during the year. To date the committee and other members of the club went on seven clean-ups. These included the Marina, Sandvlei Bird Sanctuary, Silver Mine, Kalk bay and Table Mountain. The members attended two seminars held at Old Mutual in Pinelands. Our school also took part in the Spring Festival in Cape Town, the planting of more than fifty trees in the vicinity of the vlei, ccrrpetitions of various kinds. In the Litter Post Ccmpetition, Kim Montgomery and Geoffrey Millward took first and third place respectively. A fine achievement when one considers that many other schools entered. In the Metal Box Litter Sculpture, M.J.S. took a third place. Kim Montgomery was successful in being granted an audience by the late Minister Wiley. Kim was also Highly Ccmnended for a English language Environment Project organized by the Cape 'Down Eisteddfod. , 'lhe highlight of the year must be that Kim Nbntgcxnery and Quinton Atkinson lead a mass of 2 000 children of all nationalities into the Civic Centre for World Environment' Day. There they presented a scroll to the Mayor of Cape Town in the presence of many odier Mayors and Mayoresses from the metropolitan area of Cape Town. The scroll bore the naxres of almost every child at M.J.S. having trade a pledge for a better tomarrow. NPCARR A E?-.T-.T-'J.. I On l7 August 1987 thirty-two very excited pupils and future pupils of Muizenberg Junior School had their first ballet classes in die hall at the school, having moved here fran "The Friend Activity Centre" in Muizenberg. Since then our numbers lmve grown and we have thirty- seven pupils entered in the National Society of Dance Teachers' Badge Tests, which are being held at the School on Saturday 21 November 1987. Unfortunately these results will be too late for publication in the . magazine. I would like to thank Mr Just for inviting us to move to the school and for allowing us to use the hall on Saturdays during the 4th term and whenever else I could fit in a minute for extra lessons 1 Thank you to the Junior Primary teachers for their co-operation in re-scheduling their Monday time-table, to Mrs du Preez, Mrs Hickey and parents for their help and the boys and girls for working so hard this year. CAROL-ANN LEADER CSI-lARPEl - -........,, -.,-wr .- :ff3'.':i','-3-fly' f' ' as W ww I A- a,I55fN,:,:,5,t ,gy My ff , 7 . , 3, R w ' ' , . . . so 1 T A frivgg' iafgrig..?3,4'S,g"mg.' 1 , 2 slim,-as Hf.w1"g'+:uQ' - X ' .- - Q W A wp. Y Q, 'qt fy - - f-L ting E51 --GI!-...L-Q xx-1 tinge xxpsmzzy -J. .-....-......,. -., I yea. -1-f -V - vs te... cs- .1 Li ...a clans .411-as-11- or then Bi ,-3,,,l1 gk- A-1k?.ir 1-fl?-f,,i,i.?xQl1, ...- Y n.--. ----' -...-A Q1-, P MUIZENBERG NHNS CIYIOBER 1987. INFERNATIONALI94 PERVADES MUIZENBERG JUNIOR GAIETY and excitement were the order of the day at Muizenberg Junior School on Friday 4 September. The occasion was the school's Inter- national Evening - an impressive exhibition of the pupils' work and World ' variety concert . Each classroom featured a different country and was adorned with pupils' creations depicting facets of their country's national life. Posters, paintings, drawings, projects, ornaments, clothing, toys, books, magazines and even examples of local cuisine served by the stall and mothers all combined to convey the spirit of each country. The countries were drawn from all the continents of the world and it was evident that every single child in the school had been involved in this splendid event. Charming musical items at the jam-packed concert culminated in a moving finale where hordes of children re- presenting an enormous variety of nationalities joined in song. The spirit of internationalism was clearly apparent. Crowds of people thronged the classroans and corridors to see the displays and sample the foods. All in all, it was a wonderful occasion which none of the children are likely to forget. , FELICIA SIOCH DGPUTER CLUB At the beginning of 1987 it looked as though it would be impossible to run the Cmputer Club, when most of our instructors resigned for various reasons Luckily several parents volunteered and the Club is doing well. Our instructors are: Mrs Cowan, who teaches "Turtle I" Advanced groups. They have been doing procedures and sub-procedures "Turtle II" and are now learning variables. " rtle" Beginners from 3rd term - very keen MY and enthusiastic. Mrs White, who teaches "Yertle" Beginners from lst term 19877 they have learned to use Repeat and are now busy with polygons. Mrs Biicker teaches "Snertle" A group of very keen boys, also started in January 1987, who now have a good understanding of Repeat, .- and into procedures. T a delightful display of their talents in a most stirring 'We are the U1 und wmv- U-:vw ---- f rf.--n .--fu.-su 1 1f1uar-:Q 1 gznusxzr-E: A Mr Boehm and Mr Hebbert teach our Wednesday night classes for the more advanced children. This class uses the computer language "BASIC", the day classes use "LOGO". Our big news this year was the acquisition of a new KIBM Ccxrpatiblel Comp ' ut the ICL - Elf, and the promise that at the right time, the Apple will be replaced by a second ICL. We will also be moved to a more suitable rocm as soon as possible. MRSRBKIGER SCRIPTURE UNION This year in Scripture Union we have been doing lots of fun things and learning about God. One of the outings was to the beach for supper. We went to St James beach and had a nice picnic and swam. Our "Sleep-in" in the school hall was fun. We played games, ate hot dogs, milo, pudding, watched a film and went to bed. We have had a fancy dress party and we went to Kirstenhof and had an Action Palaver. We played duster hockey, marie munch, cricket and a ball game. It's so nice to believe in God and have fun at the same time ! NINA T SCRIPTUREUNION-SUBA-STDI We are indeed priviledged to have the freedom to meet as a group around God's Word every Thursday. The Junior Scripture Union Group has been an inspiration this year. Their love of God, simple faith and enthusiasm has been most encouraging. MRSAGIBBON MISSCLLOYD MRARAVEN MRDREAD DRAMA HDRKSHOP 1987 has been an eventful year in the history of the Muizenberg Drama Workshop, which is a good 5 years old incidently. The most exciting highlight for the entire workshop was our productiqq of "Peter Pan". This show was done in conjunction with the Junior Just Us Company. ef! -' s " - fl 4 J, I I , . . K A , 4 X 1 as Era ff .. S wig!-f,,g. fs 2 H ' 1 Q at rf. -Q if 1 K, 1' l 5 . 5 . I 1' X We Werenpriviledged to have the services of experienced drama people in their fle1d,'Rodny-Mark Verner, for his lovely music and acting ability, and Alfred Rietman for his creative directing. It was a real family affair, as mum's put their shoulders to the wheel and helped make costumes, props and scenery far into the night. Luckily coffee was always at hand 1 We did enjoy the production and found to our amazement that all the years Of training held us in excellent stead ! Congratulations to our special .actors and actresses who distinguished themselves by being most PrOfGSS1ODa1 Iit's an experience that we'1l long remember I know ED It's to see how the standard of work in our drama classes have improved as we . Michal and Ruan de Witt distinguished themselves too by playing the parts of "Happy" and "DOpey" in the production of "Snow White" put on by Just Us and directed by Rodney-Mark Vemer at the Nico Malan during the September holidays - well done. 'Xmas last year 1986 Michal de Witt, Uhandi Prins, Natalie Howard-Carr, Wayne van Schoor and Tracey Adams helped to contribute to the success of "Welcome Home Noddy" in the Nico Malan. They were 'toys' of noticeable ability - good work. . Members of the Workshop will continue to help Just Us in productions next . It is good to see our members year, so keep on reaching for the stars ! We were priviledged to have the services of another two gifted teachers during the year who contributed their knowledge for the benefit of the workshop, Patrick Lilley, who left to join Napac - and Martin Clohessy a well-known Speech Teacher. Many exciting plans are in the pipe line for next year - make-up stage craft, prop making, scenery, costumes, directing which will be introduced to you by well-known personalities. This will guarantee a really elite team of professionals emerging from Muizenberg Junior Drama Workshop. 'Ihank you for being such a dedicated group of fantastic people. CINDY JUST . MUSIC This has been a pleasantly busy year. We began on a high note on 26 March with a Staff!ParentfCapabfPupi1!Past Pupil Concert which was most successful and thoroughly enjoyed by both players and audience. on 23 April we participated in Kalk Bay's "Sound Waves" at the Muizenberg Pavilion. The Pavilion was absolutely packed - standing room only, am! we had a most appreciative audience. The 4 June saw us at Kirstenhof Primary Schoo1's Ensemble Evening, another delightful occasion. In June the Trinity College Examinations were held and for Grade I, Traceyanne Iambert was awarded a Merit having gained 832. we held our own "Evening of Music" on 5 August which was very well attended, went very well, and a happy time was had by all in a good relaxed atmosphere. This was followed five days later on 10 August by the Kirstenhof Choir Festival where both our Junior and Senior Choirs participated acquitting themselves well. It is so good on all these various occasions to see 'and hear what other schools are doing. - The 21 August was the day for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Examinations held at this school, as has been the custom for the past several years . h Results : Possible Total 150 Pass with Distinction 130 Pass with Merit 120 Pass . - 100 Grade I Nicolette Hallett 130 D Judith Narramore 134 D Thandi Prins 131 D Ryan van der Merwe 135 D Grade II Yvonne Boker 127 Grade III Philip Lindner Jul ian Thomas Grade-Y Evdokia A1 exiou I N , l rw' +a7w-'XYZ is Wi? si- '53 1 1 1 1 . 2 , I . 1 5 1 1 . N V 5 s 115 P I 1 25 M .. .1 111 P A ..A. K , 3 130 D H Daniella Biicker :nero QQXWX L Y en'30Ye6 by botln pxayersa and nuaif-Y S.-, The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Theory Examinations were held in our Library as usual on 8 october. The results are not yet known. Grove Primary invited us, firstly, to their Musical Evening on 22 September and secondly to an Inter-School Music Evening on 13 October. The Music Quiz was a first for us and of the four schools pitting their musical wits against each other, we came third after our hosts and Rustenburg Junior, followed by Pinehurst and St Cyprians. The Recorder Pupils played their Trinity College Examinations on 22 October and at the tine of going to press the results have not been published. All in all it has been a most worthwhile and beneficial year both for playing and for listening. With these sort of experiences our performances can only go from strength to strength. M S I K RABIE' GENERAL KhKWHlHl3E ,l,1.i.l-i- 1987 has been an exciting year for our participants and they have shown that our pupils are aware of the world around them and that they are able to discuss a wide spectrum of topics. I would like to thank pupils, parents and staff for their support which contributed to a successful year. MRS A cz-nssou GENERAL KIKNHJUUSE At the beginning of the year all Std 3 - 5 pupils had a quiz to see who would be in the General Knowledge Team. All the pupils who got 15 and above were taken and we had another quiz to see who was to be in the team. Our first quiz was here at Muizenberg where we won against Western Province Preparatory School and Llandudno Primary School. In the semi-finals of the Inter-schools General Knowledge Quiz we were knocked out. In the Bruce Lane Trophy Quiz we were beaten by a very close margin. We were very honoured to be invited to take part in Western Province Preparatory School's inter-house quiz and in a Music Quiz at Grove Primary School. All in all we had a very good and eventful year. We thank Mrs Gibbon for all her trouble and time to coach us. DUNCAN PRINGLE CALLIGRAPHY CLUB The Calligraphy Club was first begun this year and has proved to be so popular that I am sure it shall continue in the years ahead. It is an artthat many pupils find pleasing and useful, especially as it can be used in the presentation of projects,for improving their style of writing and to stimulate the creative mind. 1 would like to thank the Calligraphy Club nrzmaers for their enthusiasm and dedication during the year. Keep on practicing ! M S M A SIEHCH R LIBRARYXLEDIA CENTRE After a nervous start the library has developed into the heart of the school. Prme and more teachers and pupils are making use of our Media Centre for projects, research and reading for pleasure. Inter- school chess matches are fought within it's tranquil atmosphere ! We are fortunate to have Mrs E Broekmann to do all the administrative work. Her calm, serene personality is much appreciated by harassed teachers and confused pupils in search of the Wright stuffu. Liz won't hesitate to stop filling catalogue cards to fund the nB.F.G.u for a wide-eyed Dahl lover. The entire school was invited to visit the Muizenberg Public Library. Each class was given an educational tour and now know the link between using the school and municipal libraries in general. Block Loans of up to 79 books have been acquired from the Education Library. These have enhanced our reading material giving our pupils nore information and enrichment i.e. International Evening. The Round Table Organization have donated a considerable amount of books to local schools. We are one of the lucky reciprients and look forward to receiving our donation soon. A big 'thanks' to the 5Of5O Club for working so hard to raise funds for our library. This year, inspite of departmental cut-backs, we have bought more than 260 books from local booksellers. 'Look, search and buy while the price is right' is our motto E! We are indeed grateful to all the 'urns' who have helped with the essential nitty gritty tasks. We look forward to your continued support next year. MRS S L MCQUEEN E. ! I Q A wwWv7'l5l sims p 3' I ,7 I I' I A 5 it , , , Qsiiif, , A --1 I TOCKAR'S PHARMACY MU IZENBERG 68 BEACH ROAD Lifegro SHAREINOURFLAIR 1 LIFE Assurance Investment Disability It House And Business Q., Insurance 1 'if It Wills Taxation Income ' Ad vi c e 1-it f., wi Ml Malcolm and Lorraine 885620 I-I . A971152 B 255 IH' ffqz l' QR? It xii? V1 tr, -: nf I I I Your Friendly Muizenberg M o'roRs Q39 lx it. 9 It Dealer v. ,IQ I al 4, VK we have AUTOMATIC CAR WASH R3,00 AUTO SHOP STEAM CLEANING V MAIN ROAD MUIZENBERG PHONE 88-7.925 fopposite Surfers' Beachj TEL: 88-7803 or 88-8033 Res: 88-7578 YOUR .FRIENDLY PHARMACY, For 'F Speedy service "' Special PLUS prices "' Professional Photocopies "' Cheapest passport photos! ' WITH C OMPLIMEN TS FROM VX PCN! T Mania BCQ Pnomanrv coNsu:.TANTs a ESTATE AGENTS ' ' ,-.-.., ll Ig mm ' -. :.4.a.,L,..4.m.s.-,e.1,.., -- - - - f tus- ufeA1!:4Les.l:J:,... -5-..l.1ff,i,..A,1,.,,, ' , r . m A , , . , U I l Q -L, ,1 51:-'f':"?.'i' i'. f't.'- g -'M , 1-I WR Qi' T' , .i"f71mf "u'JIf.'f.,-fi - ' 4 my My ,Jinx V 'yd A r V Rl 5' f i: Mfaii 'ff' 15. wi 'Pk 2 ."l5,in '5.FQ wk--Ti'.f,lQ? 16, ET 4 A,,4,4wSy3fp.G'1 ev f ' mf,-hr fm A 43,23 f u 4-ef 4 f 6 ljgvgwygk 'n D iv W M U O O SCHOOL STATKONERY eo MWMEUW? TEXT BOOKS F9501 Hpgg REMEDIAL BOOKS AND O SOPPLEMENTARY READER TOYS Gufrs AND POSWERS Ruse:-LR STAMPS ' FOR ALLYCDUR 216 RECREATION ROAD, ' U ' MOTURIN5 REQUIREMENTS 'LOEERZEZS S"""'si,'0""'?3 86- TQL. 8226l6fQZ4I56 90 ST. GEORGE S STREET 5 vb Sa C Q D Q SCHQ-CL 3. LEISUREL 24 MAN ROAD CCB WYNOERO Ph: 771075 THE OPFQDAL QTOOOSTS5 OF OOR GA ONWORM QALSO BALLET WEARQ MUIZENBERC5 JUNIOR SCHQOL Q2 P Q V n ' I , wb A ',..W.....M,.,..,O .,.- :O . .. z -M - . 1 I1 - " fl' I ' ' 'HW l lII.ILZZL'TE3.IILIITII 'I IBIS I I 1 1 ' H 'K 1, ,'R'Il'Qm fji-g'l,1.,'X: ,I 2 '--X 1'-4'u,11it:'1,iL.Er',ai-, 1'f'1',3 I 1 ' if, gi M515 Kiwi. I 'if' 'GY 3: Q j v 1 P fl 1 , 2 if X 3 , ft W I i L, S' V we ,. KIRSTENHOF BUTCHERY ISLAGTERY TEL. 72-2089 TOP QUALITY MEAT AT BEST PRICES FUR BULK BUYERS f , Contracted to: B U Y A I D POLLSIVIOOR ROADfWEG KIRSTENHOF RETREAT 7945 be Hxwn Zguuksbnp. MAIN ROAD KENILWORTH 1700 PHONE 771613 With Compliments Specialists in School Library and Educational Books .J R d Burton YO U R O My I I YOUR HEALTH AND BEAUTY PHARMACY IN MUIZENBERG G' "A rndidon ol sonic: for our J docodu to our community" rw A QEICHLIN I AI OIVIIIQ f ATLANTIC ROAD MUIZENBERG oma urniokero Stockists of FECHTER'S KNYSNA FURNITURE , is I 7951 ' B8-7829 eo cHuRcH STREET . I 7538-1911 WYNBERG 7800 BUSINLZ-S?P':,:iZU:56 HOME 88-7223 . .. , . f .V ,... +m..f.f.snomp-.sw 4...-M... , ' , 1' VAL. .air 1' n Q '. - e as fekwkwexfwfSMalNffsXVQWwMMANX"MX5QN:g xg' QE ' I r ' qi S t Q t il 1 ' W put r 1 1 mes in Q F 5 ,fffwl 4 1 xg X9 ,M , ,A A Q T IQ W 1 WESTTEUQPROVINCE CDLOURS L Stevens: Mr R Just JUIIJ ' We have had a successful year with numbers growing all the time. We will have to look into the idea of having two separate classes next year. There is scne very good potential being shown by a number of children. iLisa Stevens represented Western Province at the South African Judo Championships in Port Elizabeth. I would like to thank the Headmaster and Secretary for their help throughout the year. A E BUTCHER JUDO COACH w,.m.u.z,,:..:.:...,,,i4,:..4g.,,.,... -, ,. . . V - -- --V .. . .ii W, ..-,.,...-...- ...,. .- .,., .-,,,, hY,,,,i,1,1,,. ,,,,k,, V V-VV , ,l,, ,. V 7.-.,f.,.,V-wer. Y i Y SOCCERUl3 gi the in the history of Muizenberg Junior a season of soccer The Ul3A and B sides proved beyond doubt, that they oould compete against more experienced schools and do well in their respective leagues. Positive progress and development among the players could be assessed every week, with a number of players featuring very prominantly. The highlight of the season was the son's 'revenge' match against the dads, wgho lost 5 - 2 E CThe first 'Sons and Dads' match was won by the dads, Top goalscorer for the season was Craig Campbell with 14 goals followed by D1-1HCaI'1 Pringle and Basil Lawrenson with 12 goals each. The analysis for the season is as follows: First Half Season: Played Won Lost Draw Goals ForfAgainst A Team 6 2 l 3 27 14 B 'Beam 0 7 l 5 l 7 27 Second Half Season: K A Team 7 6 l 46 15 B Team 5 3 l l l9 9 A very big 'thank you' from all the players to the Moms and Dads who assisted with the transport. Looking forward to the next season of soccer. MR W LEWIS How I scored my magnificent long shot goal Our opponents centred once again and we're going down our half. Christoph our sweeper intercepted the ball and booted up to me, I ran back and collected it and started running towards their goal area. Their wing came down to plough me out of the ground, but just as he got to me I booted down to Quinton our wing. He carried it down further and then crossed it into the goal area, their goalkeeper jurrped up and got it. He took sane to find a place to kick the ball and he found it, it was down the centre straight at me. This was my only chance to do something good for the team, I ran and collected up the ball, controlled it, and booted for goal from 40 metres out. It was a high climbing ball and after a while it started dropping. I thought to myself, "Oh no now I really have made a mess of it !" But it wasn't 1 The goalkeeper dived to stop the ball, but too late. It crashed into the back of the net - it was aGOAL !!! GQAIG CAMPBELL . S'I'D 5 U ll SOCCER This year Muizenberg Junior School changed from Rugby to Football. . Our team was very enthusiastic and very willing to play football being very well captained by Justin Howarth. We had much fun and thoroughly enjoyed the season. Our best game was against St Agnes. During the first half we played hard but unfortunately we were down at half time by 2 goals. During the second half we dominated them and scored 2 goals to even the score 2 - 2. The most inproved players of the season were David Klosser and David Laing who could really be relied on. Thank you team for a great season. JUSTIN HGNARTH NETBALL REPORT - 1987 I, . fl, This year we had four teams carpeting in the False Bay Region League A Altogether there were eight schools we played against Miss C Lloyd took the beginner netball girls who were always very keen and enthusiastic. with the help of Miss Arenhold and myself the U side and both Ull sides enjoyed their netball, even though they. did not fare so well. U13 girls this year. They benefitted from her help and came a close third in the league. The U12 girls played well during the season Let's hope next year is just as enjoyable ns' 5520 ' ' if ,,-' . 10 f,Qii We would like to say a big thank-you to Mrs L Telford who coached the 3 ' 12 ..2'- w?aiei1'.':-:Lg MRSLMILES time 'sxeql an-L+:-1. x-.xxe-xr gc?ax.Keegaer junpccx uf.: ann -g , . p ,- .-.A SWIMVEHXE REPORT 1987 'Ihe year started off on a sound note wlth many new members jo1n1ng both the Seruor and Junlor Teams Our Inter House Gala was held on a sunny Saturday mornlng 7 March Thls was well organlzed by the two coaches Mr N Carr and Mrs L Mlles, and I am sure lt was enjoyed by both swumers and spectators Van der Stel won wlth Rhodes ccmlng Jn a close second and Dlaz thlrd Well done to all the swlmners who recelved trophles Our swmmers are ccxnpetlng 1n two galas ln November The flrst at Boston Prunary and the second one 15 our annual gala agalnst Kalk Bay Prrmary We wlsh our swmmers all the best We look forward to more of these occaslons next year MRS I. MILES U 10 CRICKET The season ccmnenced wlth a group of very enthuslastlc players Some who had U10 experlence and others, who had progressed from the num crlcket league The m1n1 crlcketers soon adjusted to the longer duratlon of the game as well as to the harder ball ouch ' An analysls of the flrst team matches Played Won Lost Draw Players that featured Wllb battlng and bowlmg Total Number of Runs 'Dotal Number of W1CketE Sean Laubscher 45 15 Paul Ungerer 43 4 Bryan Telford 24 Paul Louw 22 4 Davld Lalng 22 Paul Harrls 4 The new season has started wlth a vlctory ln thelr flrst match ' Mrs Roynon and Mr Laubscher are the coaches for thls season. MR W LEWIS U 13A CRICKET REPORT 1987 We started the season Wlth enough enthuslastlc boys to form a well balanced slde We went lnto our flrst match feellng confldent It was a close game but thanks to Cralg Campbell we flnally pulled dmrough second match was sllghtly easler, thanks to a 70 run partnershlp between Duncan prlngle and Shane Bowler Our flnal match was agalnst Bergvhet They flnally ended our record of unbeaten matches We ve started our second term of cr1cket on a hlgh note by both our matches agalnst Sun Valley by 8 W1CkStS and John Graham by 60 runs DUNCAN PRIINKSLE CHESS 1987 Th1s year chess has become more popular amongst our senlor boys Eweryone attended practlces and many a lunch break was spent challenglng each other and thelr Headmaster Our chess team conslsted of Marc Nadler lcaptalnl Matthew A1rd KIlSt1eI'l Alrd, Courtney Klpps Ph111p Lrndner Shastrl Frelsllch Norman Ohlssen and Davld Klosser All matches were played wlth much determlnatlon and enthuslasm We are proud to announce that we had four vlctorles thls season MISS C HAWKSIADRTH ATHLETICS REPORT Sports Day was held on a very sunny Frlday the 13 February. The day was enjoyed by both runners and parents. Van der Stel came flrst w1th 179 polnts, Rhodes second wlth 153 polnts and Dlaz thlrd wlth 139 polnts. Jerome Fowler recelved the followlng trophlesz Vlctor Ludorumg 1000 m Boys Open Trogmy and 400 m Boys Open Trophy. The V1ct'.r1x Ludorum Trophy was won by Veronlque des Fountarn. Candlce Freeman recelved the trophy for 1000 m Glrls Open. The 400 m Glrls Open Trophy was won by Caryg wllllamg, We would llke to thank B111 Innes for organlslng such a successful Athletlcs Meetlng. X In Ste Us, xr, a xac OL 11 H- L 1--Q -f. ..f,r-- ,..-,... , - t. IQ R ix e centre B might it ta i Q le Q txzxll and Inv fcixxrwi i t, , Y vann flrn-rrx lil 'V F41 I Fit: iv . -1 ' 52... K ' -- gf'?f-1-12512 ' i ...i . ' "1 '-' --" .r L?'f:5E2T.?lg fi?-' X P 5 . - - - - ' ' ' - 5, and-f s ..-afeawL,ji.5 f 1 - , 5319 : - ' ?1.:af?f, I 'fi-jf Qaida 5 :Ga "-:"a 12 2-'eiuvtgz QA yi-fe . . ' ' ' ' -A Faqijjfihifz' ,- - Vlrvfm.-' Ng.: ' , . , - ' ' 1,-"final . - . . gif? . I ' i ' , - .-rf . - I . V Q Y -- ,k YA T I - - - . V ' ' ' ' V' W . m , - . . . - ' 5 . : 1 f E . . , . "W . 1 . . ---Y V 1 ' . 1 p u o I ' ' g ' U - ' ' . . 1 . . . . , . . . D - . ' 7 y I . . . . . ' . . W . . . IXJ -B L I A 9 I 2 f1X"'jJ?'E'f' We then took our best athl . etes to co lete in an Inter-schools Athleti meetlng OH the 26 February at Bellville. Our athletes fared well ands more than 5 reached the finals, VE were the hos V t school for the Inter-s h l dr ' ' was held on Wednesday 4 March. Th. C 00 S Qua an9U1ar Meeting which lS day was enjoyed by everyone. MRS'L MILES CROSS TUNTRY This year saw our numbers greatly reduced because of transport difficult' ies, when they took the bus off the road they also took a lot of runners off the road. Despite this M.J.S. acquitted itself well this season. The Freeman twins shaped particularly well with Carmen taking a first at Newlands and a second at Fish Hoek. The boys too did well but it would appear that the girls have the edge on the boys. NPCARR TENNISETTE I - This sport is becoming more and more popular and some of our pupils are Showing great potential. The Sub A's have participated enthusiastically this year whilst our Sub B group have played on Thursdays and have had the opportunity of putting into practice the techniques and rules they have,learnt. The Std I group have continued to build on the basic skills learned ast year and are now playing competent games together on Tuesdays. MISS C A HAWKSWORTH TENNIS Esnnis has been very well supported by both non-team and team players 1 s year. he have a great number of young keen players and our classes are quite big. A This year we have had one tennis team entered in the tennis league but hope to have two teams playing matches next year. So, practice hard during the holidays everybody 1 MISS A ARENHOLD A TEAM REPORT The tennis team has enjoyed a very successful year and are proud to report that we have won all our matches. We are all grateful to the teachers who make it possible for us to A big thank you to Mrs Norman, Miss Lloyd, play our matches. Mrs Heldzingen and Miss Arenhold. The tennis players who played matches regularly are: Chad Venables Duncan Pringle, Quinton Atkinson, Shane Bowler, Dylan Mitchell and Gary Myers. I We wish the tennis teams for 1988 the best of luck. CHADVENABLES BILL SEDDON IVUIORS MAIN ROAD RETREAT 629900 SERVICE AND RUSTPROOFING . UNDERSEALING OF .CARAVANS VNURKSHOP gpy P A M o T o S P Ao T f 629858 REPAIRS '10 All MAIES 'OF VEHICLES ji SPEXIIALISTS REPAIRS AND SPARES MORRIS MINORS CIJNTRACIORS TO BUY-AID L inn. i N G H gi NE C 2 2 U1 r c E L 2 s XJ G .1. ,r- 1 h fi ju tc I 17 'H 'V 'r 13 25- S974 9-A '71 J HD as 0 dl fa? rf 5 U14 5:2 'E x L a O X E ,-If OUTDOOR EDUCATION I WI -n ". ' 1: EM. - Q-X 9. - - fxl 7' pl! Q O I jr b , I6 I5 '42 -I IQWII " QQ, If 'I' MUSHY PEAS 8, QI WITH COMPLIMENTS FROM If N DELICIOUS FILLETS FRESH FRIED FISH by to o , gm f N J. R. Forshaw I ' T ' Zllruemarfs QQ IPTYI LTD is Z3 ' ,L flake Qtnaps QI I 4 W I' f O O Plus other tasty take-aways 56 Tea and Coffee 7 X O Q KIFISTENHOF cENTRE, Q INext to HyperpineI f Q MAIN ROAD, RETREAT Q nf? I 5 I film X IA TRS? 3Bbnnz 750679 M 8 ygg I' X 1 'O' X f NO' X 'SNNQ' E "' I-G kg- Q H --Hu H - Q - I FOR COMPLETE PROPERTY I O QU OQLSQ I , SERVICES, SALES, LETTING, mg' I --f- , , X I AUCTIONEERS, INSURANCE I CWS j- Eff, "" A,", 35- . AOENTs,PROPERTv I I , I I ' MAINTENANCE Shop 27a Blue Route Centre, ' .I ' I Tokai, Phone 728515 IV I I I " I . I HNANDB I Uiws vvvwher eanftbesyvu- I I I TPITIOZ I9IQSDI7IAVLIfI7PIJVl4f , FANTASTIC CHRISTMAS GIFT ' SELECTION I I I I I I : Cut cIIong dotted Iiflil- Q - I I I I I J.J. FERNANDES ESTATE AGENTS CC 124 MAIN ROAD MUIZENBERG 7950 TEL. IO21I 88-1618 1 IO21I 98-1531 AIH IO21I 88-7566 i i a t i i "-25'-"3s22'aif,1::k 'N 7. I tit .J X mi L A ou need mine foous on your investment options not a blur of business buzz words You need your money worries worked out not conventional vvisdorn You need oriyate disoussions in deotn not orint outs in tnoiioate You need to be an indiyiduai not an index nurnber You need the personal touun f f I C91 t Wi Personal Trust RY NEIERCI 'Di 5610040 TRSY QJPMESNSHIFNIFEA 14Longstree1CapeTown Fortunherdelailsotoursevvioesplease wnteto ROYGOW PO BOX-1785 CAPETOVVN 8000 orteiephone41B114Otoarrangeadiscuss:on. SPECIALISTS IN: 0 Estate and retirement planning 0 Money Market 0 investment rnanaqernent Co t I I 0 rporae inanoe 0 ncornetax o Generalhnanciaiservioes o Property services - O Life assurance 0 Non resident asset management ",,ry 1 not vvait-listed. You need original oonoeots ... ADMIX 111210 L.8n A. LIFT TRUCK SERVICES Specialising in THE MAINTENANCE OF FORK LIFT TRUCKS, HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS I HYDRAULIC PUMPS 81 CONTROL VALVES 17 Brassie Street LAK ESIDE 7951 WITH COMPLIMENTS .AIX I XXX 135 "rfww rv.r1un . .1um.--m. a1.1.Nur-u l"",l'.-J'--wlx. - - - - W--- W-Y--W f-W-'W "-'M 'Wm .f l Q 4 Q .m,N Q if ,g.,ig I 1 ' A l 4.': .Lg xf-a'ff:2sfQ +f-:Zzsw f !.XX"5.bb6',,bX7L X f 4 x ,I II an I t'h't'B5 95 ass r 1 II will O, v 'X' . -N f f 1 'Q f Mb X, , Qs: f ,,. ff:.-.0'f-1:1-GZ-2-::107b1lff2.'47,wff'--f'X'f"XN!! IQ. ' Cbwss :. - fe,- Pre- Mwwvmwy T1 - , 'U ff. 'ff-. 1: .- Tr- 'f--, 'f1'f,9." I A x, 4 1 X W " nr ,P 4' 4' 1. I 1 us' ' 'g I :N f Q . Lo uh'- ' Qrlc Q A WL If I ,. Q, 1 ."T"n ,,' ' yzfqalai mga fjgtq . ' fu-,sr I i lf . d,.,..P- I if Shvgon I all -4 ff ' 4 Q - fkalip f K D . Q W 'naw dl- ' v 'N' - . ' 5 1 LAuff.'S ' 4 'ow' My 28 . ., , .A..,. ,X I ku 3 . 1 ,X , .V-,HV-, il -,,,. E+, , 'K I 1- My I . , - ' 5 fgiitiff i'?':'F 'fwiw'-'If ' ' T., ,. K x , , 'ff l 'fixf-,Q 4" . ' : QQ , W. ,gr -4:51 5.3. ,N g r- A' 'V v , . , , A .J '- ' Q-22.5 1 wtU'Q'f -' -, . 'AL 'A ., r Wg A saw ,va f UVW. Wuiufj. in-lk ar '14 Q 'flX lv. A F wiv 0 0 .QS fd? Q61 . 1 T7 'I , I 1, , 1"'."fnI 1' v, 1 .nn,wH. W 1, -.9-fvfngfly 1 lf- 5, F" 4. L 1' 4 xr' 1. Hr gm, Yf .f. rx , 93 4 U41 N 'wwf' ,UW Sm Jef 1 A rl ,115 JW. A 5 -x X, , an ,ff , 5, . .I in ,D , ,H J if J ,Hy rv A f 1, vb ,W ,.,f"'ff?'7f" mg f' . . J L -van ' 3' 14411 s!'e.f,.,,f i .. . ..- . 4 ,--, -1 f 1 - - , ' -' 4 T"Z7'T,-'15 7- 'ff ' ' fjl'-1 'ff' -Wf nb D2 H145 1-iff 9:17 5 -V5 - V-I :ggi ,Q Y , .W is es: . . X. ff'-1 ", -- x ggi 1 Db: Y i Y VTE.. .. fn- 'gf -fu -.nfs cfP"rfQ"'7f,.3li5""5-first? all fflgi"'345Jv'2'Au'i'xi' '-- '59 ' gQJf'wL'.1u' ' M g f , - . 3 . WGS C! V"' f "" . w . 05058 1? ' Q35 Oz' S Pr , V539 1 . IDS. 1 ? 56656523900 wif 0 S0030 It was ' 'O b. 4-4. 6 S. i?'1?x,.,. iff lmpoumd wot I I l Could WCJH: .1 felt Hungry. weni io 1,1 . , ' I treehouse. UW F0 o ondff f J 15,2 ' 05 0 A 0 ' 0 ' mf . '. af .0 ' Q' - Oil . .011 ond ? " 'V 5 A 1 Q -- 1 NGS W lkinhs' XO ' ' - C5 V 1.413 . O lo ,Or k Z Of Q 'Q bo HC XAQLS ll Q IGS SGD! f Gnd H aw 6 'Ste ffeg, fb!! N los? fo Uwe soldfefs march Sher H' '9- crosh cm cry es eros crgglqxl c Yes :Stem fo Uwe soldscus morclmg MPP Three AO 1915 more 6' A L Uwe SLIGCC P1161 potter wermi Umar fee H Dc mom 7 Jaco S 5 " 0111555 Mum I I I1 ce rn icorlmer G WGS Q mevmofd Slug ho Q fb vvobenr C n QQ CICCFAXQ ntxce hog A Nh L W Gil O06 C1071 Us ermerw Come' m UW' outs and com H 0t'3 Uffs A mQn0 nqerrncl v S UNO E710 the ' 'VCX :C Vlfwer bg HP 'NO :C flowvr K MO? J 0 O N Im-jfrnflfd N33 6 ,XO J m CCCGI :S C XS JICU7' Oo CJ 0 dl h 5' p"mCCS K RCI 5 A fO hu I ff ' moo M fCQc er IS Q C 6 Comer 'She' :S vcr :Cr incl when W6 Ore food io WIC' .I know nclughty H HQ U I r2:SgSL1.EZ'mSf H ovc'i C W C J . GQ rn Q ng AO 5 'lv Q . . 'U A! X pg, I -I I Cn It I H ' IS It by. I . 'Q561 . J - .edgy .V ,064 r7f. ff' I - H ye , . Q 3 f - of 0 J ' M. ' s, A ge ' -u - T V S j lp .- . , K in . 1 ' 13 U - . . , , . in - ?'1' 5' t .H . I , li I r R 'ff4iE- - , V V . R C I. M im ' 'lx li.: '. x I Q :i.QEfff. A Q SQQSYCEJ-Hgg.eItx.' 1 .A Cl ,V .ri ,ku L J , - 4 -. M ,, rj I . . , 9 V- ' . ,. 1 Il My my h -L. H, LI- L My ll ul f , J I .i vy It m j A '- - an ' ' ' H- jkke. cz, .. Vg.. ksyflellg f. 4-Q. rd l i - 'I -- - ' . 3 M N 'V A M A b ........., A.,... ,. .. f 1 1, -'gdb M liiigf' 1 'KI Q Tj A 1 gag :"Sf,,x A zu -ll 1 in ,.1.,,. xf.,,1,, rgf5Hif:lAFv,:h,-'21 H .mg vm :imma K. ws- iff. ' fb? Wm , H Decinn Qfxwirxgg SOICGYI lic I ZTCSLIS . 5.0 1 wifi I liild 0 larouwfiv' Uwe. S One was ind- 1 GCIFC Jesus ffm wgf WIS I Q dI'SCl. wtf. f r Zfesus Come. NC' dEtOr God, I uvrmmi 'fo !"x0vC,CJ 5" il Ucir . Colle: fi! Uwe irc cs. cn-me nge, os me, "' at Jr O I' wctuil. 1, OO ' I Q bilv 1 X0 ing, KJ Tcnlijli, :RIPE , W 450 od O Q 5 ,g b Q60 31,0 .I 4 1 qw AVP 4 dm' ou WAY Xp X -xxhfx ,L , wx the tw Howes molcf 1.1sy?!X 7' VGA, OU Rox -of X dy. mo S653 . lx 01006-X6 fiofuhaf K. ODCCLIONO HIP 6 L WPG wx 1 O 34 f 50 L7 OT Ox f SGUQ -f... "- Kx Av A . x ' m 3 Uwerfl we cu mx Pl Om: Bai O06 Oy YT! IW bumc WCW wig I-D ffrocsm x0 I Ulf' the dwfimfd fo C0 C M1165 Q, C KA, 0 f-JClftlCrn and moat? Yff I ws V , O S -9 AML ,Xof . lfx.-me Ord y s S013 I di- . cu worm i we fo if Lad A dow .. S , 'WO fy I I Cl L. On the wo rmbn , ..,. 5. 13 . H. 1, wi", 0 . V nfv , ,u..,,,i:,.-:,..w.J-W.-.-,. .,,..........-X ,F ...W -,,..1,-... - - - -- - , 31 a lf W :, N Une mms 1 would I--QQ to I Pl"Etl'.fY AR:1VgnA 30 tO' Cnaxona ot Q dwPw35l'.mo5 time A Tx me BCCCLLASE. lb Snows -9-E3-'- Matthew. Ye.sfe:-A07 we. went to Une. Ccmgd cove: Q55 We Sow '5bolu3mJLe.s ond 2gbalu3Litea De su'-e,e.. Nlester-:loaf went, bb n See Aulwolf . Nouwom BP tt e. We wenlg to Uwe goal' , Y LQSQP Cx fsrovm. I P.gne.- has on mum 5. S12 lim his face. Q? Sore. P -2-31-5 ,, 333-01-,nb Went to ,fqlmge Sunrise beach I get wet- U Louuse. Nik ' I had H1 Yuce dantecl. I Went to och 32 5 -6 DEQ? 'puuwer CH-'S1',m 5 ' WO'-1lCl i 0 BQE1 clou A A PICQ5 A L F 3 L ww Q J B e - Celeste. Summe and out n gn if nd Pr 3 T PFCSE 5 FCUWD T06 ' or .Uwe re gs ciffl Uncut. was evgr omq . I mon 'n Fl Nl Clfessef, u Qs, Q R ch-Seimas. SUSOU' E, ore I 0 make We, have ' r Cl Qnco es chrustmus tree. We,-mls! Nici-fuel - Dov.: watched Ko e. u Qnd ,DOYWOAA clue :Dieter A 'xt LNQ5 Prefix' dec PO no 5' cvyn 901 nd mum bought me, cr-mlons imiweri fl gym Gnd I om SOLiSYned'G -A poxilh' rw to gat o evmh Q0 . ' -f' tfixuncj - 1 we ' ' Qncx e. e6 or Q, U-,e ' du FUN' h chu . I . 1? VVOLJAA uk: tb 30 to Japan WN r uns. A wine 0 '5 in . ommrf. ' Q nt .A . 1 's' 3 at t QS... X Shen. Gow . X D ALL- . .... ac, A WL P 'Y ll er' if 30 '13 L lc . 0 I3 Dun P . A I roi Km! --" k C, L' n K ' I I I I II , vv , ""' ' M" ug- . 'ma-' -iu:I.mI. I W Yi vx ,., I v I II . ' ,-TIA" E321 i ,i X.. ' J' A. I. I "'i"if!112::mmngrm. " V A N? i I . 'EQ Q . .tl .ue 12'--1 :aj :N u Lu.-.Qu -- Y-iii? - --.g-' --Y- .':Lj.-1"--:LI 1"' H Q.: 3957 I ' 'f I ' .53 ' J'-' 1 -05: . -nj I. 5 ' 11 --if-v-':: - -' - --1 - fs' - - ":.""'-M -x T ' J--I' -af -rf ' 17- I .If Z.. . ' " V451 I - Q10-ALQ.-vp 0 1 -Q ,Q-oiffox.-,f nl L," -A32- I U1-W fn - - vnu - W ll , Juxulu-n , , W H , W , -- v V V '11 Yi' Y D 59 CEB Sow-DIFQS. GUTPSJQ Www Ik WWII Own Friday we, ore, I gem to Rocky Beadfw in V?ulzQAnXcJE,v3. WEL we golvwfj 'bo 566' d'x5fYE:1'8VN'C I kyfdg 0? 6.COk'f-'YWEQXKW . We I Moshe to gee: many klmgig I I , , I I' 0-V vQrwL,g6L:6QNC5 CIYWOX YYWOUMSU5 If ' I f ' ' v Q-'r f 'IDI T 635 ISI? mv ZH: is Q little-,S-5IfIeII that -Uwkwke Its the boss. Why does KT, Ur'-mvwk H15 Une IQ Eecouee 'nb SMVJFS ov-'Oy OEV1 oI -R-Tlvwgxg R125 9000! ound I'1c,,v:, Q fe-Xnovv CSPF. But evevyovwe likeg kb . b 5OwvxcxvfCV.OL WV ? 53.235 I' Tn Secnircjfw vm U Se' fevcfcfiq Q ed er bo Moourc, aim BQQK CQWPEDPQ, as or-more used -Tor vfxaclncavxe by jfaknoihou Tung 3'If'e,e,6 Smve, fFs-wt by CV-Io. 'bel new L+ Furvwbuxfe. me wxouole 'Frovvw I 9369609 wood -Frovvx 'Cvaei by Greofrr I 5XrJe, Coxvx olmnb 'breefs b Ufzxckne, to be, v-Qvvy r-ULVJDQP 'provvx 'tk Wubbefx WWI The -ahve, We tree, by WesIe7 'I 'Fees we wb P99 VWCWP JO IfNGOl2, Maxcokvm 9 OU COW II1 I If Fe hffem make tree If-owe-es by 53f2f'-'Wy I om UW Q' mare Q 'Gaze gxve. ou ox Q tree ' ENQYIYN NOY Shawna 'O You I b and EI' Jchebwdsg 'bm I CLQH make 'CQII SI. have We I" I: , 'IZ - iv I In tn,-me, CI Q I0 lf I :I I II L, 'I N., II' I, If .6 C5 -gun WWE. -ty, , Inks, -Run to Y' O' fzgxik Ei,-.7?ibovTe crispy leaves. Qc ek bv5vviQ5 COIOUP to CDYDQYN. ,JY-,OI can ewwn. N- You cm , I ,II Sumvxwex ne, oIeo C1 vevy Oi , bugy 't:lYY1?,C7? 'YQWEL .COW Ywgk' 1 got Ie,Qve.9,bu-unch Qhd CGI 'fine sunshkn Vklhevm I 607 HQUO WCNXOI , kb Oxv'-nO6t SEQVYNS 'CCD QVWSN-NCT' WIQ. J I T7 X F I I I I5 . I 1 f Y U k. . - Q ,I ' . V1 . Ig - TI, , . . ' I - L, QI I II I-Us jocd - .You com make vvehkvxg vm bo6f,5 I ' . . . . YB T f I - ' I Q II ' ' U Y Ygevxl ' . 5, A 1' Q 1 x ' q A . I 4 ' I II wiwbew ie, 0 cold timefff Y CW by L4eox year. Il fake, 'bo 533' by 6 makes me 31-ow, cmd I -the -five.. by gecun. 0 f' I Wlcmmmnng IF?fmu3QvQ W I g I E7 Vwgmggm pgmyglfn Q Ueom Crovl Q9 D Cr cl Emu fm' the IoveI QNNCNICJI O. OI bxrdg and Jfyels 'TV'-e c.oIoI vvivibew' comes owclu 3029 IQDUIVNSI trees without Qmy le.-nv efs . , CIOC! KTDIESCJ CMV' 'LCWYIIXV Qvwox Thank you 'Vow' Q brkghf new Help me Od? Sc.IfmooI. And be. vvstlfw ue Codoy. by G'eo?Yre flewde izcuzn- Awweym by 34 ' 1-I 3 rLi4m.,,..1-. 7. Jing Q XlJR'bCxf1E.S OKVWQK ,1vkfKW5Q"ywf7 R Tj'L'.1,g,"'j1:':'3m1fvw1'- - ...., - -. '- 'rW:,'?t!"Q,f'-f I T if L F157 V X' G Q "V .WE - S',"'f' V 1: " 1 :5 N H w s' W3 -fy-if f - '- , N argl' S4 5 The SN-fa'. "" vw?-T5-1m4Tf1f':Qyftg-,',v .- r. 5 -I t , ' qwkteFm a. f was ' IV Q V A WCVICS 94.1.4 Spook .4 hex! have B ' ' ', Q6-dn bxC1CLk7lC,OCbS . 'WWCY A ' the 3 have Cree? ho""'e'-5 '.U"f'I,1- wxtcheps coulciig-'v fe too If , ' Q Q ' ' Y ? - - 7. Q WMM 9P'Cfe'5 WGNDS 4 "Sew-RN::Xe eyew Drakulq Uwwok -Eineu teeth 'QQ -Q5 5 aye Xkke Ev-Qkulovs. ivliethfrf 532,014.50 E.: 5 Whey wma Q9YevJ'Ou you Kvwow wmv-x dw-is 7 You tvwexi 'Luv-rw you Wxglfx Wefbs OW-,d owes on -bv-. 'w-360 Q Y-rag. Y A 3 Q b N' 005 W4Qw5hQws VX Oh Q O have-, WCAE5 C2 N was LQQXOY D ogonmere vYxovxeT,e,v" hi-Mex YNCJYVNG Q Gave A Une rx 2, hvecl wxt x5 WNXOVYR Q86 them cmd the, Vx X 5 P YM,-Grvcivxipe Bu-Sogmeidfwxe vu Wt' Dmgownnere' WGS X scared He thought that ex v-norxs'CeXS 'tr 600.5 VNWVN HKS YYWOVYT Xxxyg Wave ow Q3cucX Qu SNK bag 'lime have hrxsto on 5 v-xefb But 5 Ht dnl L Umolevgko ok Ovd WC- NKWSMY dxdvmt A491 SOMA to so Em' DR ww lm ww wma A n-cgi-,,,u on ji Q dark clark wo M KQMQ5 x anga ? ba there was ox wfbc., el mm rom amd bewave 'Q out SK H85 YTCLVYIQ, w0'5YE.0Xnb VW OU V'-'Wu Wavep HQ, Xcwwclerx on phsm UP Qovvxe, out 'Wwe xufbclfx YUM H 4 vvx PKG. Appgnti CQ:-QE' his took If Quo bufghlffxu' 'QEO O0 tcxbk-,s owxd -Vkowers Ov-e, Cl -Cro ou msd JC 'Them Vxe, fbilcxvbed be 'buvvwecl Wx Q C1 Q' N3 CWA aofmmfj E-'Lew and JCMQ xwxbdfw 0 CX than cu -Q vw H Qcxucgr pxakacl Puvvx L? WK eaguuwou b W EJ Y x -A - 3 r M i H ' .' x' ' H 1 l X .'fp'13. ' , . L I . ef 1.7 Ylvw Ll t Nl A . .V-Q . . -g VX uv Q, bv - 5 Vx , .od K'-num...-nv . . . f . !!!!yC. . , ' 1 so m kwfkg the -cfmx-b,v e- U 'f SS' Y , 91 N dtfw , I ' - ' i ' '- l ' f , , 1 .Q-Q . M.,,..4-:..x4.4:4LLwx9:' N ,. . ,A . Q .. Tx. -43... M-wopfv,..,,w -,, X. hh, - ,,55.,Y'-:',..f?Q.:2W"N1,w.4-7,5531q 4 X "' r. -5 .L-gzqfh .X.!L-:Q:?5.q4-gtg: ,su . . . I ... -. ETX 10" -Qff-'w07q.!,.,N.- - I , ,X O 112.-1-,?,.,ig,rgfs-,3 .Avgfii i!?Ej!f1:I'f5w --'C- -:xg - .1-' xx, ,- u-.-C ,N,f4,x,4,:f.4g'9 , If I'C:ould be Cl uide.I- W ou cl -L-,cake mx, bQ3.Ar's5L5 f""wm-51692, Nxpxdxfl J, IIDNHQ- Lo eolz, 'sn Uwe -- fff recstorormt Qfd See lj-.9 N - 'W' H X QQiH4o-It's M sg, Q gk rock - burwr-ies . 0 'fornous NNOLll'hi7f .X ond ca lovely view. ' F T"'::': 1-1 5.'f3h? 451- jcignouwon We can 0 Cbn O xlib ,A ffl' ,,-J - - 91-wel. ggi? 3010. X I "Q ' : zluliofx --Lexi con look' UWIOUCH b g-Ab Uwe krglescopes and see. J V AKOBIH .lbxond . gp? J gR21QgLp-11m1 luke umm ' QQk 40 see Uwe preikxi Uowetsj X Gmc! plc,1xfplfw'1cie.n'-,cmrwd Seek, 7 XXI Uggkxoxos DffirUw-N-ey win Be, QBXQ LQ Qhffb up Chqlnsh -iiafii -N- ffl'-'E-'LQIDLQ -...because mxi izeodwerx W HY fx X.-14 In' it I A X X .. . . .1,a. A" 'A ent Uxere cmd ze '15 quge-L. ELQYQQQ-...lo see Uwe lovel View C 1 xv, J ond Kell .germ OEQUL Kvorw Jurwck, ' EWG YNSQBQQEG... LOEE2 Lo x NOW lo see Dye, 3 XO ' 'Ja QQIKYNOAS cmd xlPStE2rWY.3OSC1h I xOVSxXlwiQvQsL, ,. Tix?:.'?Effj"fLLigixdX I -...o0d Ehevgcon to Uwe X5' w WIS WW " "M"'T -- fx! 9 FOO . YDIWXMQFN D mn QMLLLA, X, rw Q- PXQVQ. CI Qlnd ggi: Grd 57-neu fig? mmms' EQJQDS- 111 bake. X V Liezex.. Leo-org UE Uwem ln Hue QOSUQ WK L , blend pe le QOH 'nd mlo -Un. feel Duff Smell lgork du e 5' -in Ms onli 'Uwe Novely plartlsf 3 Lu Xff liff 3 M4 , 1539 W y f ,wi if fffgggum .ln W f fl. 'qgz 1 .ai wks- ,Q F 1 fs 1 , X'x,, N34 I' T 'f"""'i7 -,, wgXwr?e ff' f w"Wx ,4wfwf+ifQfq.0Uxdfff:QMg IN - .- 1 ?f:?5XL vfijzg ml 5QmQnuwQ...n.-mu ioke mem Lo Uwe qxw 'Xxg"'i?I4:wAZJ,7w EZ Ari. gallery io See the picfures and Lo Uwe siokue op von Rnelaeg ef- f fe ' 7 Fa Lo show whol he looked like. gfgfgsal. T-Il Lone Uwe:-rw Lo 'Uwe QQLLLQAI Lo SLN, Uwe:-rw wl-were we .sow-wg. Coroliuwe- lhecity Hall is Ou laeoulifsul bundling and we Cahn -,3 listen Lo some clwoirfs. ,I r'::5a,m U U Qloser' Lo home... F-romqqie -Neel So LQ SumT3nsbwf?Q7!.i.engQ 4 U 91383 the A estww .ix L ship and suggworlrwes. A ArnogQQ -. Cxemslone voclarxf Lo Pick ' lon d make ewlr . up s es an 3 5 ED O -. Adorh--. -Lo Mulzerwberg to Show rrp O mx' school and houses and Uwe sen. Elgfghgnt-S gxe proved popukmr boo! , Uwe? wi!! Gnd gemskones cmd COVSS. we me fo QM md when '-we Uwe? con wolk 'un mud ond .Sei Et. um Sf-UCNJC.. we will 30 lo like xockout ' ex! can and see the 'uew ond moby - catch in l-,fees and Waker-Fon3. Q . u-"1" ' Uwe skreaf-HS. wtxtkgkkutm .fo Monfqu iv see -"m" 'HA- . ff my 0 S o WO P SPNNS. wr Lord 13.655 our CRE- ig me so pre!-Ml. When pe PIB L V gon-xe Cin '1oUcg:iY,'1eL Elem LN3:-ga e ,on e A. Lgbggwtgkcex Qphem SZFSQ homie. Amen. X ee gffejinfglgl- D ,eee, ,:A,ee .,en1Le e 37 if X - 6, - . Q , -ii --- "w:",. vn 7. vr1 I I X 'vww W, ., :rw-wax:-,.. . I UQ.. ' - 1 '. 1. , A a 5 5-Q' , :,u3,'1flt",s' V Y , 1, 1, , .mr .,-,QM , ' ' . .. .. -------A H - , .. ---------- - - . .Al mcg? .. ' N D we XX'WN'fMW , Q33 QI fi Vx . , Q FD A I , V L11 '. Cmox Mes-slwsww Q LD U nn--I il V 'lg' ., ' Wk X, ' ' . ' 'fi-xii A. Yr?-Q ' lf-"1'i:1'dVlN" - w,',7:.i1S-Ask B 'i 7' 0'-'X ind'-A ' ng'-T I . QX PM l fa X W Tkuw. U'f""X3 A NF-"5 -A'- W lyf . ea Na+ I-.N if 8 GMIQ31 .fLhff'11.Q.- 3 'wwf' '44 4 41 , ,L CFD E I U. CHS:-nfl,v,:,wAi1 ' L' Ln A65 .fb --. , A -1 ,Ms qhlwj, 4' I x ' KL- fl '17 ,sp Li," , ,J - I -In A A 4 . y CJ bl . inn. A mln? rid Fu.-'W A T 0 O, A A-X W: jf, ' L 1f,0.,gt, 3 '-vN""N r ' h J' -0 " - J- ' SIM 'i' .1 'Vid-J' 3 ,LI .v V' J., f' 1' 6 , ' " I .ft ' Nigvfxink but-x xi! OYTNTYWQE hi ? ILMM 5 g g- H I if I p,.,'.1'l onxYl"JA':i:x 51 O KX is s U -S-' ,, 6 'V' ' L . wx lgjvdgdwdwgx. at C xy 5 3 LI V WL ' V' L, 'lr r'5 I-Aw-'my 'V 6 da 0 'L 374- .A iii w . ll - ll A Ya gay 9 W- , f e1x1lfE:!l2fi,,,NZQxaY'-QNX-bf-f? cb 'de Q3 Q68 , A L2 "J- jf l'k:J,N-ygtwl. 0 Qt E7 . rj: ' 'ix':LM,,lrvl U-I Su .SML ml. -wth'-r lun!! O 0 9 ,O wg A 7 kn1:::A 1vtg,' ,'g2'w-g3,T,u' 9 Q55 aj? 5 Ex ,M .--ew'-,y,,.+. fr O . Yr. RD nm rg i jf1""T'x LION' W- iz 53, of Q Q A. Q' Z T.3ff,9-'sf KRW' Q QP ' Q -- R ' 'MY Gqewpwff 9 O w QJ'Eu.x W5 V"',',x1Q21 QU.. J ' . 0 :hi F 632 qa Q,j3Mf'AS.Xgx'Qf:,.Xf1 5 xv , I 1 , -' ' .J ny' . - .. , ' J, Liv X I ,H y q'!NN'TN'f-1 Q , f I7 ---1 ' , ' ' ,D-4' J A ' ' , YJ 1: SECYIVE E 096200 xngx'-gr, ' Iffftil Nt ,S I' 050120 EVOCLO 'D A iq U' in xovj ' QXQWFK Cdfvrffw - , 3 5 ' Xfiodiifavif Jffbli 3 . - i , tml Q' 753 -, - wa ww 1- ,ff Q q H2635 XL? L uv . 5 in , rooqixoxcfg K , v x 5 6 5 ' f3'U'QWiY" , X 1' '11 f 1, ,. 1 ' 7 Y 1 My 7- 2 Tn- I - R T76 J - ' f ' . 3 T ' F . V A --U 5 2 24 E ' I I ll.. A-Qi?-KY IA ' gi, 2 A+--f , -. '.l',.' ff? , ' C Q ' , A - fs 4 ' ' I' :T '1 ' If .T f' f+ X Q 7 if X ' rt b m . 1 "-L 2 """a " T' " ' E ' C A A S: R I S E i Cdhoiqkpx mipbom E-lQ:YTA5Xi LAND - Qrommcrw Qpgmtoq ABOUT ME ' JOHN Briscoe, ' -1-T--T-" - Them Nc ormncx CA bdoble orc md The th sn acjwoox I donut M43 ha lf Yo ked Ncd glhd fnudcxenxixi I doir' i?r'Blg9x1',Mxi QQQQWQSLQJ , V. ..', , lgvpo - A., 38 :, , , :gm -L:::.,.1A...qu..J,-.,..,,.Awu..f x M1 Fmmo M MJNQ N gh fuk but srmlxz ixll?nweu 4, gg, rw X mm x IS C weiiu -X X t!,Q' .Qual I 1 I H XX GX I gp? 3 C U0 I Q I A X Fc Xxx? ffj E QINN Ve x? Dgxhqjflou Cum! Uwe,O5,S N fy .Q CJ' QQVGLBN Q57 M Tomu 0 I Pi DCCJI' M155 GUTCSUU Ula' Q D LP th! kummb we I ro couch rw Uwe cor ngr -N e,fQ.Tx'W"2- '50 CVO O0 D 0,.,,J' 4: Ou, C sexe but t .5 me Q 8,0 i 1 St T5m N S ec,--:AX ro He KOVXFCCIX QCCQ U' -r-1 P02 U Book-5 ha us so tk xk xou 1 I' 0,358 P Li: wus Hoi: ond con Sei on wxth xgur van U' W""SE,?'iW NGA! Iknow You onf 5:3-8 .1 0 Swccixzj I Fon 4:-NO rogei, Une. Progs bui 3 3-Lg 'Lg ond coma kslcmxd Sm Nolxne. No:-her J '-1'-"'Lrg'mge T210 fNC 7- D.. 9 07- OEF O1 ,C O7 -1 Prxbo P r E 28, 'O become T om O O UP' Kovu 5 C XNJ V 4 091 'tr-:nw MQFGCC If 0 N rx H GENCY! Xi HO fum Hx sfWf' Xbxfp YH V' Li! 'fix' xvflfxxif ilhlxfxd UQ Li' Sgfrf'-E. 50103, 28+ grff' Jg' F' o3v"D FFS'- nfkggfgir Two 331'-3 wma veil" .rg ff, Cr' rT'-T W Q-qngz marg- BFFTQL Sf n Qu- e, 'EDWNN155 YNKc:,cCfXPkx-,up IF mi room 35 unkidxi, 'I wk!! lzrip over thiuaru. 15 rn room '5 MX , IEW UWOXJZXWEF 3.-Ni Nggge-,KJ CH: , m room ss m R , ll: will ge. Jqoii Nle,um1bQ5 br 39 W Qff'Q ...,L - QQ-fi. I ,,,-' . . 5 ."L,' .,I- 1- N - -f , 1'-'gg' , ' "L'v ...................-, ' H'-3 -' 0. , ,-" '- """ N ' F 5 . 6 V 2 -N ' " . Q. - ' ' ,Pu X '.-N N. af: f5:'x?k5qg?:54 '-'I H' 45 F' X . , 1 xx R' lxx in I , J. 'ffiiletsrsqaxi MAIN 'X WM C 'WI' " Nd Gil' 1 ' fa 1 fhikff- .. A' is 'SMU ,N lux-?'w ' ' 1 Y 1 V' "Z'E3.iV--Q 'K+ X "2 " 555 QM' 5 If- 1 -41 - I . Al -,j' ',-in tk, gt, x I 5 S l 1 ,Y f if iz xx lx GU VET k un-:'f-1 wf' in ' , . I A' HE X Q , I. . 4 3 I ,. , ff ,f S 5 K, CJ 'ww' yy, Q Xqqxl a q ll ng-5 I, D -55,3 , an V219 ,f ,VI 'ff'f11,,f 3. it , cm. x 1 x 0, .ew A vw, ' A' 1,- 1 . - 'I QA I 5 l , 'x will:-E ' . 'J fn! 3 x' rl 4, f"y,i"g:4 '47', V A' H I . . X 0 x-. CHN ?l1jfL t Y "'u 6,14 qi ' g f sfgq 53,,v -L L... x . . W Vw' 'T 303391, ffm 1 H4f2fr.Qe?e.1w-' J 4 D . - - R ' J X , ' Y W , lg ' 2: f' " 3 ' ' Y "' P Ei' - ,.,,. 1......i.-...--i l ' Q lb BQ 'Z .f- f Lx i - 3 , . . . ' n 3. . . . U' ' - ' ' ' ff ' -, , Q 'L ' iff' gl ': Ara ' 0 -- ' U1 1' U' g 0 O , - x4 d, x '1 F S XS-Agn? - Q' ," 11: g.AV ID , Q , Z , Q '. ' - A - - - B' l,-lZ..- ul E , AG RI, 5 ' .' U, Q, 27 42131 - QQ E O ff U 7 . Y M I ' :: Ng- . - -' - , I , - A . , Q U4 - 4 'O A ' :ff 'ill 1 I. ni N' dx s.: ol 'UZ E XJ . I avll ni -T-::.:., Q UW N y 49 - '3 - . U' .- . - O A ' . . ,Yr if -' ' E " 0 . 12' - ' ' 4 L - SWL 2 . ' I J I M-, , ,, P- ,, M 6 5 ix ,fx f -1-QQ , of ' - ' 0 . V A ' ,, ., -1 H L 2 f 70500 f- T., -'rumah " mf .J wh, 'K "Mm f - ' 71 . 1 g 4 Y ,Zh -Ox xxg 1.fsXO 5,g71NcQ5p.X'7fAx5g4rs s 4... 7 -' -: -1C,.:fc,'-'C s.,f?e'g.eVf:,.f6-bldg. l '20 .1Q:l"'.N014lixY"'5--cv-Ov-9505,ai- ,,, ' ,f. NJ I O 'l . -IA ' fn: 'I MV. 9:5 -gig T. '1-'vos-1.T..-315135,-:,f,.-Q,f, V ,YYIL'yC!--.T R,-1.16-1.,,,Ec xifyv'-qfflgwai 1-aansff'-Kr:-s-'wfwffakff -'P E-"1 WIS:-IES.. . 0 t , t ' M dad t Strol 10 O HY WlSh corge true one tp-Ye CO,-jf 505431, H7011 GFS SVU O lbtcn, I U Then wie Went Wligjgngdapgnagiisnd 5 trol Ht to the blbycl iked-.wenhoyubol .pun 5 ,Wherem dad , vv U Q COWF6,-7 no nat I Sun Sand he wou1J6bop- 0 W- 1.1 ,end 5' Webrou hc the iemv "5ffQhZ5O15f" X ff' bfjhbl-ed.bak 066 reallflikqzi. W a Cf fnrdmn Q bn hi? Dad bou ht y-CD34 JOY N a pfkejll- fwf X mfywim 'Ove toys ame 4 On that tw LOVELY laughter' AFTERNOON I UUK ADVENTURE AT THE E:wE Er EALTORY ' DSCJV' ME 7OfdOr'j Th0fTkfyOu for the Cxoftln visit W6 were able to C?Ql0y Ot your 6weet jfoctorf. Ib woes o real Odvehturef M050 OIC QI! I em oyed the 5WEETSl I f5Ow'YoIdor- Sweets. lffr bhe, Jishop Gnd thou 115 'WOM IVE been 'Chefs 'I do Hope I com Come 0300 ' OUR PRAYER fgigdp-TL0T,J ' E - T I If Sincerely I Flow f5 cjrgd Iangsagfgygu Orpthe LODGE. HOFVVIUZ ,Od Por.Y1rnr?O.mo3L.nd T i , rglgu1esll.ann,L0Up0,- J , H: f IFYJO HZ ond I five On the nj ggngecorei Y t V go!! oflcz Sw et: Factory-y,qLDOR. .6 T es ef o oc oe- ' - - T Y 5 Come t V 5161 S4 ' Shoulders! wh em Chg WC.-gleong IOGKZQCZQFI T he.-T . Nd 60513663 Qver Ehig CWd0WfT Zchocomte U. 3 ey had HJ HylDC1baE5! We Wobchej Gnd Pecm-li? CYUSUEBFS- - rect owe Q6 the 9Efi?'fi?2Te'? 5'mQdE we V5 5 Cl Ord ' CTW F ' 6lL:.PTeo9e jcgmg glfggar' C0"0'ff1C Egoogxg T ,f Kipps x l xl AMI- X vw willy I f H15 Q 4 Q F We w44,'f'..fnH" .- my . gi L l . X MWA A21 Q w' "M "- 'VUL J . 1 GLEN FouRIE- l T4 u' ty v 1? . ,J . r M encounter wubh a D NOSAUR--. Ong day Joey and .I'WCflt Fashifmg ot our old H5543 hole m the wood5.5udd ly we heard some crunch- ing-We went to IUVCS tl ate bln Sbfan e Sounde 56 Ore our yes stood 0 huge d1no5aur- I Praze bo' the SPOUJQS the dlflO Sour' looked upwhenl 55004 onatwagthatmode 0 loud l I I H 'or'aok.' The dino5caur' Opened 1155 huge- Ond I VTCCJFIY passed GWiY ' I. dfd not he5,'tUgg,bUt ron home as as-li as I coulol,bo Shore J'Nf1LE" ' - d U th BELL5 Jlnjlc BellS,ln le nglopggflirew' EJ6ll5 Cl'7r:SlL 1-9 born th 50 . Y SIMON He wasnt up to Heaven liar Zls GREEN gn Mary? 0rm5 Heloyf o igbfap DJ I. I'FOll-Friom I the Sky ust U r HOORAY like lotsltlfobher ' A JOURNEY rapndrops-I 'Pall into I U , U11 SPACEN ravens lakes cmd l flu are GWOHJCIRII 'QCD fha 5608. 5 Q hen thefsun , ,, A-,jx Do F1015 warr Nh6n 5hsneS I rage, 0 Y D J 9,0 you are Il1 Feng' He L fgirligugozgg PAUL I Y 00 0 . 030121, HARRIS' vv ll help you when xx do er-ls near-' Y, X 0000 Yo re 0 wonderpul P5 lp ff' khe Q g In ognqfgk .gerfgfsaggetg 'Qggmrr GMU rs' 05v:ggUnj 0tL9rn and 0 0 f . o 0 . oo Ji . SROLINE while P l1!ni7Il'lV1ge0fCr'xdaf? pecans Q IIACKAIE 0"Rl62f pcrgret. nt 5m'5lvr3if1o' la ' ur l poezaefaeli UHMPSEY . .451,:'.'.l:,3?17',:.'.. 1 ,z J Mi, . Q , -, . " .M , V'-5 mifii ,'ifx'A- wif-,A-115.'?" , ,L -:Y-3,-,N U 3-v MA. , rg'-fgv, ., l.mi..,,11l v,, I :X X, -'V fu...L.2a1lm,1, .,'. - N V ,.T,,, 4 W . I' 5 N, Q L' tml ' vf T"!"aA , X N ' ,QA ,Q 1 ' .4Ea....43-,,fRli1Dv,ss.'-u.. -u-'rn-H ..-pw 1 . " g3J'unwrPmctwaf C0155 V MQ55 Lloyd and MISS Howksworkh, M ,. " M - H Wk! pet . X' , Q I I had ca pet .. 'V xy . HQ udwuys mms. Y' I " I CA Q, H325 odwoys 1-Un, ' X - I CjuvQ, l''Y'x Cl E Q bum Owwol he VON l Wm we bm. ,eg QOVQ, Pxlww Scme Q -food 01001 he Sulul Unch was good. 4 D cg My pet, found O E hClt, Cmd 'dept Steiphen Moc,P3ec1Hq N301 Those Dawg? Y CM Sunday k1ilLC,hQn. I on the mot. gomxo VCWN -ffbndei my YWJWW NOS ah Une, WGS W1 Ufle kitwen LQQ, XfNM'lE,v1 I WGS rY1Olfx1'm9 U CCAIQQ I pub Log., muah bqlvlqg powder M my CQ ke It rose Qmol Um oven Pgpped . Cmol Uje cake was Zan Fire. Hglpf C0604 Yum! VYWUYYW. HQXPQ Help? I CWYN GH XWFQ I 42 Will iowvm Lorgey. , .. 4 M., .,,.,..,- . . ,., ,.,fz,.-f.q.w.y.'v-:f-?.-f-.J1-J- T M ,- ,,,,L,,,,,,,, --1--1--w l. .. wi -1' 1"-I? -'I ', ' , .. . .X . ' Q l fl 'ff +5125 f ' , 5 A . 1 V ' Y- W5-f 'F'G'fef',,- " 3'f,35 '54 ,Zff4:5'Lf.','l ET: ,izmi ' - f I -I WC-iff l-Q mE,'2E,'3'.'-:4,QLi5V 5'-L31-:Wifi " J Tv' ' ., " ' fgz wwsgf'..:4,:fm,',,",,, :, ,Ay 9:3-,L - -- L H? gbrubmb WRIUQM hen, V AVDOXOX " ' OOO! Sonia W1 Une, Snbke! H4 , My COIL My cob has Xost his roi And doesfxb know where to lmkol him LGOVQ Hamm Omlone cmd he WIN come home Qcwry-:nj Uwe PCR, an his Skomodn. Awmolci VII-CHQIQ. ' Dm Quhuhgd Ko the Svwkepqfk. CDvm 'WwfsdU7 we wenb on Om oubimg 'Hia :vxc1l46PowlN. F 1fS42 we sow snakes on smoke. We ONSO SGW two emu baby cfowdlleb- We WGUQQC1 PQ-at Q mom 'cmd new u pwfmddef. Wave was O Mum showing ' PQCKQJJ UP 0 bus Une Smokes, 'We mum ppemol O of-36 cmd Weletyb U06 PYUAOYN lb WHO tovekf' Wg' . 1 1 n ba SGW OA boomdomg and O 3rQ6rx mum D " Ufxe' Q.nakeskiv-1. We mom 'Mod hvvo cwckens , 'Q..uvX1 W Q1 MJ Kehs F W6 SGW fouf H e,seb Us MOU We O 'O , h , we ' Crocrfdfwi' O-OCA iDVD Op 5,3 OFILOISQD' . A f . , Ol hgd Some ,sL5i5Fedfeg C3b5'5UVW'59 EDQLMN QW , " 'Y , .' ., ,, , VY - . YY r 1-'uw 1:' "F T ,I I ai '- -'-1'f"f-Tn'-N-ff.: vnw- ,,-. A . .. . .- ma V211 X- Glu 11- 'O 1- ,gp g-. .,f'af'1"if2:1f- if-U - - F ' , - 'N -:-Aelncff --A-',4bv1:.A',1. p.-gZJ,,,. .:.f,s,,. ' 71. . - -5" V.: A '.',,L f .1 nf-: ll ,ag GW 'Q '15 -on V., 323' '-T --P-x--'fc a4u1"f rx.-,vnu . , - Q11 1102155-3 im.. l 2:72. ...fa f7f'7,S'.'fTffIffT2'g,:- '19 -fx-A-ev' w'fA'.-rf-cfAwvA':M-.,A-' ck x-v,J..,.-...M - fi niiftri ad :mi ad M MA 1:5 31-A ggi-y J,rTfa.Ui '2.FX'J.h '15 'ui 11519 1T'X5 K 21 'Q L - 1 N 9 MY XL 1 iw 9' gEJ1Hqpsn and 33:1 ghd 'AAA 'NN 3-Mg 9 D XXL' Oo' Nnwgxl W Ofwow' U3 BCP-vwcxf wx-Q FEMA fn Q! gp' ff Bw V550 fn q"k'2?nb in .ii kg t LKYXJ Las' T . b umm bu T ESRC. mx UJU x 45 Ln wagkfrw Z Afbwryx mu U kg' QQUU A345 A nm 28 an cl UU 1 un CHUCK! owf ro N0 www! awww 3 Ek-U-,MY Luww lkkpwwwyxacbx I . ou' . , ld an J. ofath . 1 oqcxw LJQ, 5.3. gf- Lu? Wm . Y S22 fig! fvlfv ' -1 9 Mm wk QQ I, QlWU2 Wg an 434 'fc' W ,J CM k. Mn 43 W' P Mmg, in fmu wx. Mui Z 05 lm PWS, uajddu miibf' x an V, WX' 39.5 thi VX dm rw E 'KAAKAL WNV! WWKX n SH au . x Q 1 3 2 My LU X5 1 W an 6. r lr'wn:ZDbQ4l: ,E ? X Kg ' U9 Mas- 'Q Q . . I '45 U, , to , 51. gag ' E-9-' T?'s ' v A SAW 4-, 19 , fi AN on E N E-f w:1s1 f31'i1b1,5'f f ,221-oo 45 ' Q, ' ' A. J L-,Q-'EL 5- 'JM Aug KAWLJ U .0 iujlu., tp V f gr V YN VJ bhm 1. -f ' 'I ' 1-5'-'L' V me k ' Ml-'? L5 EM ' tb. . . 1 W ...TZ 5' - Jn? Q . X yo 'fret ' I KV 454 W 'nn ,ANU L3 CAR or , ' 'if' AM My K I on ka , "" A RN . , ' A v , Ei' -1 . O , ' 1 Ou 5 L - 6 WY X UL 'Y 0Yh uJ QVVX M6 'W-f X' ' ' WW M 3 mu ' O WX Nsxixwf fn miffm MY-is 'AM' MvXv5W W 'LWB W C-XX - in U ww 3Vwwno5Ykun'co5Yuf3'WxWlJNQg gJD2o 6 ' uma 3 'ljvASx-M WU 5nf"X50"?5 ' ' 3.0 ' N Y 1 'Lkf' fm 43'f'X'xo.Xww6 , , .WMX ' uw . W " M Ck - f ' - " kfiimx M A VJ? QQ www W CM . 3 ,... ,K V '. .I "ll ,K ..J,',11.,LIL.-'.,,.-L1f.a.w.l.-nu-A 'K lf' L K 5. QQ A QM an :m'a.x'X 'MAOJA U wQAyuwv3Q ffm W' no WJ OJ W YW I If v iwmlpb ww SEED J M' bf if NU 'rf Cf?-HELY oo pm ovu J 9 N AJ m atm 23:51 N wfifmb, mfs X0 , wlfkmiksu Sufokfa LMUXXN wmibbo Lx -' Nl. XENA bun. Gluck ' Cxxoov' QW: C-OSWNXX1 X., 5 mm SAWVN . 'QC-XkxCO.XkO L In "TQ kooxxl 04 Dofzgxxcj-JN, wifi? C912 X ' 1 N QS' T55 ' ' ' ' bi: ' .uid Aw 0.o.rSxcx.Q.B I' LY O09 A 1- 1 ww Cx.,,m'lm L.5,D"NW'N' WM ,fm ot, '! Y .XAU A L ' XA- 1.1 , ou rv If 'N Vx biwxx M o gk? .U Suas. ig ln' P N - C9 XG on A55 "W 'UB Kbuygygwkmggxgq' os ,xi A-LXCCjk0FN1 djukdo ,Cer-vvwxfvs , kov MUU. fm., xvemaciu sul. 3J 5N . - ouj. Us . ' pmb C9-KAOQJ f 2fi5Qf2v,iq4?g2f- om ww SJL Bw Qfoocxl i"lJ RON iohok 1 wwv f - v fi f an A Q-1 - ip- an-wk., fc I www wwgjgjfk' A 45153 M. , ' WMS ' M W, Vw im Wham ef? NVxakf.mLZ?oocx1 o,, XIV,-53, :CHM ,v ' QXWMN n Aw amy! W, OLKCSQ 550 A 'O HAD ma ou .Q5..waU. x CEA mga MMM LB' oagf'i"6cf Moox-048 by ' ' WO of lim' CNS MMA' ' Y- ' PYQYDE-f AJ' H Cyrrm M3 QMYAU. A 4vf ' ' uw! QNNM-xkxlfu W U3 ' I " KD WN txiivpiv 'fx f Ha..-.wx Va ' u ' S9 em AJ: ,miE,f.M' Y 1 F 45 UOJQKM D memor I 5 1 'gg --'.l, W n nf Gm E Q p CQNTQ dbboy ' N t ,Fw . r O gn., C, H fmbfgw :L L S l , C so OVC N tk IW UQQ5 .Q cg bite-'il ze -' VXI 1215 ' xU:bH-DMD q -9300.1-D QVY'lStCY' E739 gqgo Q H . q 2 If Xb' ML 6 0 Cs M- Bosch ' ' n s QVQQMCJIQ 152 ovoyqn I - D Lo Y KCDFIC X l1MlNfi!3 1 r CD 3 n 0: Q2 99 'K r M rx ' Q, fxowoe 3 P5 5-fxulirif' Clara 'Wwe basl: + mi 35 S ' ' A in .asses EE 556-D5 Fi eiiuiisc' Md Fee! v 7,M,U 5.1595 ' f - 'MDS . . plank 0 Wm? t A'B"nk h ' 'Q I 1: ' Crea, N gpg Q ' '51-,Lol 5' LOW 5 an who-1 : : '.. 1 1 299562 "1"""' FTF f f 'f Wi ifkfff . uw- w mf '.'- .,C"s--:MmQfff- -J-. W- M .. -f-W AJAGLSL' '-LL-1ax'..3,,t'7' L' vi 1 QQ2x513551353:J3:5:3:5:3:3,53 . Nj hofapj Il' N 175 s., nm' to he k ' tb' Y :E '37 Y .:':f1 55 tj Y ! -.hx X 'C X 6 f N 1 ' Q' Y N it 'Ib Y' g 2 O . Q .. 'S q g 4 u if 4 ' v 1: Aak . F- - I 'IN Q-Vf, s ,aw-sal? X f 'S Q fav W L QN 'E- If 4+ X uw! g N H mj 2 .D Q 9 di I 1'9IV 'vvu U' I , I . X, . .i 0 0 J Q. : , ' I o U' I Q rv 0 0 cr 3 - .pjoofg F ,ami a n . H1 155 . ffl U wr ' 5 V Q3 C 5 I ntw M. , . ,.. .,x,,,..., .-... . ,.-. v..w.4f1 - ' - FAH.. ' 'dK1hiJ'm1lbifFA.,-U.'Q--4 .A - - -- . -- - V 4 ,Q Q . AAAA. ,' fi '.KA1 1 ' '81 'Hx 1,1242 ,g f, zwvgmffm. fag vga, 'rim' ,Q ' X' -ff. gf 4 IST N X ' ,f,, 1 1 ,way-.2 4 V , , .wL',?+-X e Y M , M I 6 H' 'Y YY VV Qifiywr vii 'V Y VV Z iw Spcbvts 'Dag is QW Hob mf in my Q5P?.C-.iQuLf, MAXFWQTW the Clfilcllfirw Fun f ima R ic S F Him . e,m.tH I YN end . MOLQ OIYNE.. Cf--0 an O XMB. X. ef ,F JC " Nj race. and 1 Stood H 0 NN 0,5 OS 05 OVW fQ. wxO'Qx and QQ -fm 2 Q bm on 'Mbff Pr Y Qoqygfacokeikf b5Ml,.Dn25 J - X is G.5CgDrQvw fm 3, VYXYJ oo O M' Had C1 ob un, ' kg Q W3 .51 Comme, hd' r'c1Qg,. -"L Q, X msec , in mL rcxc U S S J Q3 was W9 lm, lgmfl-9'--O-LU: if M N9 fi' LCOY C 1 A 3 H-Q SP6 CA Leu Id Lo 5153: N 21,5 Mmm 1 SJ Q ff gig I Www C,HEi?3Tvw3 W 3 at N A L .'- ,- v -v, Y - ,-,V-..4 ir - Y A Perfeck Pncmsev OMOUS Cix-fgerevlwx A Y , 0 An,:0u5g at FNQYYN6 5 ---ro ' nn get Pfnkke m 'Yer Q Nxgwse lk ms Pm el mouse NM -sk? 5 4 163.0 kg E, X f LAX! + sf ww ff W Q Q '57 SLQLGJSCMK C Q? - A to -A , 74 Y' ESV xg? gxjiijigbirg I We Q! Pxoppj O c Ore V 86, Q5 uwdfob 'Yoko U Y' a- J ho' Smce. CL, Q YN 0 W5 'B sy qv S 0? GCIQ 1-r 5EH Cxxq Q' rl rw bo N00 F45 0: 0 Own OID ko wt rm 'Jw if X-ffukkbzxw qc, 0335 tfhotkcwtw monk Val all bbq, ,U 1 me, we. ca hg 5 Sw KS tl-vs V5 bo cod: Sow-wi Q Cl 5 rims CJ 'Yveuos 0? Q kr one week 'THQ U43 U1 2 U .wk 5 ubadeg O fl,-r39'k?2 can Mx PG d W .ink O 52 lee C 5 Jbae-Q, glwbebosz EJ: -'I-1' 'S' E ff' C-5., SPCEXEQS ':,?fles I5 sl 5 and Kofi p E hlfil I5 .S LLQS lh t:'-Il C: an Une 5 ELJIDLS oi- 3 ue. an p Henk: fnquee ' CHO rd wk u Hue. gp dew ' -E lf! - 5 1 K J l g v . - , 'w 'I it ss 1' 09 in U-"5 sd -60 'N N U 'i n"""f"' ' K ff I O 'N 60 W . . l x x by Y, 0 x' H ff fig, J "9 wo - l the o GJ 517' cv I X .J X . Us H 6 Q91 ' i 805 U' ?- -LJ- M vb 5--N W 4 3' -' ..:35' C morfqj lLQ 'O 0 ML M Q A - Y C125 i 3 r X 8 l ,-pp W ---A-' 'N w S - bl ., 3' 220 01 - 101 J R J -Qpczll - ' - - o V fr 3 QM D C' k 0 o F ' 5 YW b mullj -, :ww , k X L -' N0 X - ' mlb Q ' Q 59 ,Q 3 . J G Q P5 , 36 . , dd i B ' 5 'rw e, 3 ' A r 3 f 2 A . , u - ' I A ' ' A L X LL ls . 4 ' get ' j : qi ' , V Q0 ' ' 1 'r'ff'. D n A ' - H , I V 'f Qrrn Mi--V Y PW 'rw f V i if ... 47 Q' 1-xr-vb!-.Q va so - U,:M:1.:z..::,.',z:.L.1 4:3 w.,.x,...,,.,, ,, M. .,, , , -, . .- - .,fQg, 1 J SJ? . . ..,.,-. .... ,.- U-fyqmg-a-: w jvuf V2 ' A , ..,. - A ,- .if ,fII....x-1xAl,-- 1--: I1 I '-'J- I ' f ,.,i.,M-fn mi . 'J ,Q -., mb' ,ig .f,,, , ,v X '-1,1-.'.EL-3,5 F" , -i ' - mf.-1 - . av, 1 ' . 1:.J,wfjEfgi:afk-:5f?iQfffm52:fF. 4 , N ' N ? 35.5, 4' f Y .E-fk3?s?2t:fS'if5m?WM '- 1 1' - ' gif- w r . Y,7,,V:.vgQ:,m:5,,::i5?y. " .ug 245,-SW q 1 do-n't wpfjt '03 Q93 musccmqfw Xufeql! tie cr30fj5 h'5.j0b- MANDY 9 X 4- I Q . .. . ." 3 'D Q15 .53 ' " ,, '. -gag., A tiff! J A EUCP ' 9 l f- aa P' 161'-i - 'ii 'O V Q f -f 'U " ,D . I ful , D ff Mk dx .gun X W,-f.. .- .ir nlm-is' i ' ,Hg Qhlij? f 5 , lag . , -3f.v"?.i.:'-T, 'X "' X "'? C" 13 A - ' " ,, ""'- " A X H 4 v 1 ' W i ' N , A A A -8 WEIERFALL. I rd Cb'K9tLVl.lI3QQD3l'?S 'The uoodqex-16 c cor Q A A gfesh aim g:cw5nfWpiRtge EIQWQATUQN ' VCO . qogjgdef,-Lt 15 mum down, ours mp TO THE CFWMPSITE down, dounn over QNEYYOCKS Lk26U0vgf1LgeSgfgiE F430 Vx loud the O?5uiS0Sef99Q 5 F'Q'M'1I-icyemilo bazaar, 3 -whgmdavfane 3053, Ot-fgggosqgedowm FO A 1 we 533530 Qmfd 5522236 'THE UNT W 5fX'C1Y 1 ' Sflveomn 00 . 1 Swmelks Pxvesh and use even put CMQYOCUO and Kochi. N16 UWOU5ClY'd'-3 on CLLKK HQXCNS-b bppt Qob wb' -au' , C pills. S, tg cj -k HOL M 6 ghgm k im QCRQCVWZCE 'b Lf Axfgawbcwoid . Cllfkvs Qnkckchev' ulenb hte hung bngakgkes APN 'H tiki cow to take QU the ab ,LLM fry" - , - - -- , CTN U lLe,EL'fXrxn Hcltjubood ggbd flgcik , - , , -Q t, SLO! m BUSHFTL-Vg-Eg Qnuffgg Otfochcd Saxiirefaiqmia C?zC1Y Cmfs eEvewACRTot13h sown kg, .fi Opxwjm.-3. ' wx , .ve A DOC 172615 tmldwwcg Cwxd bsxgvwxrfs QU erxg3gjed6hVNivLq?i?g1JQCiES 'VGC ,KFICIN R SQL' , , Ok' - Sjgnkxtign-H111 , h p0eWQ,acJLfEvxQ4.oeuer,Pxxove Exluck,5rwwEuit.- QQUXQKOCQZE- hbed Hag: vacuo find " -DDC' ' ' govt" Q X655 LAYYWPL vxp . 'TDCVYYWNYN' HOLIOOVUG ljffig 4 vanefigo gihefrefee ' fb, Smefzt L 'C Cx le Qujwg on Q3f'3t?CxLg'nvF GAMES Enid 19 OHUQC' QQYCNO, Ovw"Iue5doi1u0c hc-:iq cz Soccer ':?5,Q3ClKkjxrL?C5Y-S'-f'4'rg3rfm Qldxfb tO. Louvnapne ,, Egmdcz. Sn we CDC Une: Haut 5,545 About Q, my , 565, 1 to sell 'LQ Une cwfgwqd UOl'dn ting, gclvng iantjgljc Lowmkocud Cx S095 kiwuiflx. Scov' ,Cl Fov Km CYS 'IVXC -'SL nt che. Lowwbavd Wdd CClf.5,V1C?LAJ2OG3QUCi moi:- J E5 ' X RKVC, up Ufltxk 'Une zepb -'. - -' I K, -rs - --S. ox. rw -. :fu :pcqi . bvicibhkievx i:3nCIC'ff' em Alf"-Cfx.Rf. the-.L5 loc3a.c'ci Opujuccz ipcdvtj - -Damn OUOQQJ :lg ..- .., ,. . ' ., ,, .,., ,,,.-,,,....f....., lap.- ,. ,--...-...4::a:1 I - xi 5 ' 2 li A A ' .s?. 1fiw,.i'L1'f' f 3531.2 vii f4 i:Af'lf-2 W .- V A, ,. -gf Cf'4,e'.2s?gq1,,Qff.A,, V L' 2131.-L..-:.'1 sw . L' , , I 1,7 Www 51, ' M3 Ewa vs Q3oed.Hulle MAE-IC POEVE ffgegffsgefbiril, stgqqs- POCUSASQYYNSQXQ-' bimx OL so me so wwtevesti . A UOV2vw kjodf? into wi IC i:Sfweve's nmhmwou comb do. SO pmol: gp nj bvoubkes um C1 magma bi? x CAVNG 5-wmld 5 de Svvwual, fcespfcz-semt:e.DnE merwse uooon xh due Mule. Door is 'rm wg 'YW PO 60 'ru fneun woot varied? E.Hulle 1 J 41 -MQ vo Dev izr ff f 1 z 5 n an X 1 Q? . DIE SWEM BAD QDIE C-3uL6leE HONDQ Eenddi YY13 5LAS5iC lh 'igughfyygn 'n yoob Suoexn od SevoLSfj heb Qesukkel Ufgget EQWECYGAC Vwyus om Ullb te xim.5boCii he 55 gl l . C139 3196 Uber begin ve.rc:irmhk..Ek he? Vxf YNQGY at toe? ' VIOOF 'SUI'-ZKCX heb ek fn die V13 Gov 'vm bvu83l6 Suoernbod QGSPYWES CIW VW YNOOLY yan. H upus hc1lX3poLd olov x,Cx'c3cNrwor1x. Ek vkr migemof C bw le 'UOCQVW3 'Wg U Qeroepfig heb che Clok Y gebd. 'Dae dobber het: gekorvw . Hgglweb huav na cifc CXYYXDULXOYWS het U-3633 . I Saber- cicxoacixkz C103 YI iifSSF13?EQ5fii3Q Rabi? 6 hiv V1ULi5'CO5 QKUW- 3 M-3.5'noun QDQCJME PoLLuTmoN CAUSES hovnd m. VXCX5 ww cu isbroowwpxe gesmdan heb. Bushman hex: .nie vom oh? bond ehou me en gg ituuq Qei-5 Wx GAC Qeasoi. Ncnu was cue N Vo EN one Shui M06 vocal EH gymk Behwnn was - bw dowv- -- C. Toubevb ILLNESS fj b Air pohuhdvm R6 causm y cduse - Q 1535353 Q. 53336965 g?rUff'5l3nmon.Dg ggngtuglgsqgvwgglgkgf moi ' K ' VCT , . wmbl M and ment: Founc 660 in Sw ggdmmcg Dr Egouriey to lx Lhqthhc had 55305 l P. ow CNW 5 what was mm . wovted aio Ol Rom Pm Mm ,2SHvSt he Could nop Vuckovy and mb ,Qqggwged b:?X1Clvwc:5So QM the cause but the Rimes- had ?VChev'5C reu.lr6ed UfNf1'Cl Pu-5 lungs. 5 NOVEMDU M137 , - 49 4 . x wmmsu WFMGTITEEHTH I -...Y IEEEQLZ L ,,,,..f'L-f1,,g5'N-L xrfug, ,i,3fg,p,'fniey-gA- , Y if N, f 'X 'rf fl, 'I' I Q, , , ' E's.E?572af34"s.f x f ifa-2' .- if 'Q H 259 w,f2A+'is1,,wy:5,w ,A W f V k i -gf 2 I ' "f Q' 'fgfg-N'?5'N'f-T-vas 1 : we -1-z 1.4.-pf-,-:--nf: 3-.n x.z.'fQ'-l:l1.Q-' ff' "'f':-" -'U' ". il 'oifo -- ot' 0 1-vi AL, . As.fA -H.Nsav-h14":fA-:.'Av..,A-pug-,mxsogy x:-3 . " 1 x vs ,, Q- S 3: 4 u . I 4' X. 1? ' K: Q V N., Q - UOJ, ' " "' "'- -'fwfr f7.wv:.v.:,v.-: .yfnvfbx 4- wcsva-vflvzif -.1 'O '-'O 'ont-0 01.4, Q, -o--4 .,-0 Q 4. 0--,,,x, . --' NWA .'?.-.Qy4-:1A-,-p.v.:xAsvAN:'rAr.91ANTf'As7vJ.'afu:.1'r- -4 ' 111 :L 1 HL , u. .Q ...-'L , ,f mar' ada LW' pq Seal ISL..-.d G'-Jae. l i . ., . ,A :5 504001 . "'Jf"" kvmbsdg 4'Sf- Gflolccno UG Hunt on A uu l.L,aU 'F' us Suv-at QF ul Ute wee In t oelvj On! or two :Pub ,lf a 'UN' M6515 I H IS CHQ!!! ns ws want out we we some seat,- I -if H3 !5'l'sC.'3'r'k Md P' va -'mf Q'-4 "':ff"'3 -1- mf I H3 fl Grfaknn! mfr' Q bl-elf heel: I 'ugtlrggcc ground Seo' Island Hara were linac A ij? :T qfn U' Q' ' wave: I Nh '15, gl"-Q A no wvo G' Lua as lug' suse fave' 'I 'A A 'f' 4-05nd was cold and Vilma 'Id l 5 U I IJRCJ aka Vip on U the sl-ip. Q . l A 9 G' a-Q 'H s . 'S C5155 Diff' li 4' + ' 1n'vaRl5.5i'-:f,,'f I' 5' f 3 ' C94 ?, 3 !'2" I gf wb l ' -F 2"'E.g!ng,f,,3 1 af 5 5'c'- JF, S: - 157 'I L ,. 5 I 1 Q S 0.3 U- ' 1 , R 3' 'u 51 A Q-QB? J 2' 2 S - ff .mr z 3 ,,,, -1 '+" L ga 6- :Q .. , In 50 .r.mmm'z'A2 1-NPT --' - mr qhrrz. - ,-,mm mm.. N... .... ,. .,. AM., Jw., -...,...,L.u.:x:M.,u......-A,,..-...wwm-W 1 f' , .,, , X .mgup .......L 75. , u 0 I fr qs. Q' , , Lk went Lug Loci nab bu, but . 1 w . , A ,I V . w...:-71" , , A 'Wi -1 rNf',3l x ,,:,.' - - V x -' 21 . ,,,mc-,,g:1.+-5,1 If .1 g A 'Q My--f 9' ' f' -1' K '- -, sg . 4, .,,, , , V A M- f-M-e,.fn . . :ui--ww U 1 Q ,f gm wiff,,gvx..54 ,1, . - ' 'Z-F1-Ira-,.41, - f- H Y is x -. " ,- -if.. ., .V Q' ', ' V , Cn All 1 Wpuld as ' 1 K ,- flirt fi' ' x x 15 If A' ,Tn Si Lord Targa u nice sgwfl W. ivim in cs, 7 orwfl and I 'wee ' A Y h Xl -Z , 5 I n I pass WHR - Q87 nb, N6 Silencb o 7799 Ht 0 qfod I 5 Q Sw mm 4,1 W 'N X E5,."'eC',ji."" 'WB Cam ws F best bgcausewe -2' 9, -'NX Qgj ' 14fU , C4x4!cl all! F1289 i fu .9 7 '43 2 pkvceli aNd lean' ll E E new M5153 b1'TT-Alia. -Q X 1 f E n 38 qiwaqs had ' ig . 4 5 I .QSH5 between bag- QA 7- E1 -Giehds md af'- Q3 34' ,n - S- Z1 9365, bw leg-Am -EE '13 Q f 1+ 'N--'fwfff' " K w k +12 Q H A 1 H M XV ,gg .kzsfsfzut 'z,..':1f":,s1,.,- -J I NIB S oo 1 img gre 'He ,113 3 because 'F QM: ' " ' worKJ'uNe 'filove-Elin 3 because .- 1 .d Annuenaa X' , i is N .-2 outcxijs-Sbz kin:-hi. Li I 1 B""5q"0- 0 W 2 7 IHS a pest wkenwe 2 ET"'P 'E l have kesbs Beccnuse -f.- . V- 'E KX 4 4 WW Q f 3.0 Q: we always won-Y, - - H257 ,, Qu is W, gig' 5,7 v when we, geba bod 355' , t 3 ,g 7- 3 mark we orevez-Y 'HA' ' Q, 'UfHQ SorrY. by Gfia. ' ' ' Z 6 'We Year 1 have, -an O Qv 1-1 sg I been sed. 35 1,05 - A '1-W' J - LQKBG n ti .1 ' X. . gggibfns, james. :Snow .nw - Q57 seas Rf 'Hakes-h H Z girls! by Nan. ' ' " SB was Q 'Qm,Bl-fb 'JY Bar ra V Q' misj FMSS' BY .Ti-we tree. shards up lwxgk ' A 9. Kaine. , x Sa he cans? 1 lpygd loolfS info 'flgwe dark H2311 ' 1 ':H":4.',1eA.':1?x:rddai,'fzd He Jeeps fi J 3,55 mu.Qw'S-h1'U0-H - ' ....,, ' ' A 51 x-w.......... , . .. .,,.. l, il J -S 'v-DQ: 9 IASKOV 0' .sf-'ss 'lil' f"'T.5-' -., "O'AXg.g.3-Qlil'-!,go4t:.QaL:',40 1 "'.:f':," it 'I t l. If gf' ix .. . Y I f -. - "r-r -1'-' .'Ti7'F'77X 7-111 " Aff. 531 we--1 was - g:.v"-N139 Std 4A .-2::'l2r:.:-.- f .- ' TC 7.151 'V 3" . 'ft' :L-Aifffqf' :GY C N? w-MZQJ ' 1,219 i7w..l',.1 Y " 1 5 ' 'fl' '-i W. VZ'l.'ll:'W'nnw'rf?7W11'mlf 'ill' W A ,f I 312 4 1 x Aw fl ,I , ur wu! ' LIZ, QW ymllwt v U r 1 2 'Aw . . 1 4 1,4 gf' " r V 'Ml I I? Y' X M' X f 'w3'1"H kt mv Qax. , , 3 'X XX 5-xx ff-AO' s N: A-qs f . qs, , t ,fxfijm 1'x ,fm-03x0'N O AX' 119-"',' 1 N ',zug,X5-4i'G,2- 'sy,,,'f7P"-no3,fqQj,f2,':..,-"3-'' lug .Hg-,f 'Wig ,,"f ' N v 'SW71 -ff fm' 1 P:"201:4011-f"VX'f4o'?04O-IN-fitwgrizi-5:5010 L' 'KJQA - ...L .4-..-.V ...u.. x ' ' "M mo. N. ' IU "" V' n 'O ' I , xxx. 'D53 .5 '1 , no ow L.: wg A. 1 , -f I lfjy Qs 1X1 M13 iv, W 'Ju "-xc' r X H Af, 1 , 7,,,- ,N --7 ,x f n 'W5I'+,4 , . 'l f1'Ev'fn 'Zo -'fl "t'3f?f'2 Q-A-.253 'EM ,' ' ff X- 7 -' ivifw. A 2' 4 ff. 42: Nfl 2-fx f NX tvr -f,-uxx I N1,,x ,.-Bvfox r l l.. l.. K I X 1 N -1 H , U y 1 V 5 5 b I L - I . VQ4-A 7 11 ,. I I , N if ff. I i., ' . ff , Y b x 1 A ,.. 4 ' .J , , Q r' Q ,...,.--v-e- A .. y, ia 41' all N ml gig 235 it WP fi .r. lu W all ls 114 A J 1 1 1 X r i V , E l ll at 2 :rg wil! lf s ll iii li" J'l LSI IZ L3.f1ft'!Q'-' Flnjjgbs :an , I M, I I'-Vg z . ',:.,- nnenvaw 'l l 'V' , , 41-fu .-'rc f W ' 5' X .V 1 f .Q 'lit 31 'V . 1 cv--il-fo -A f U.. -vi ':-- ?:D 50057613 I, "X '. ' :E J X ' . r. 'z .7 R912 q,u:,r-now " NNNX-f X Guru. wma, 0006 , ' A U - M . X305 :TENDER f 1 , ,A , ' G. U ' I , X XNLQND Basin ,,,' . '3 .3 - TQHVJSMIQZOAI D.: ' ' ' ' ' -' If - Q k QNVENN fi 1.1 fl ' T00 ww ILQND 8130453 XF. is ' , s l C520"20' -'JAQD 5351 'F--x CC4..r 4,5 wwflvf 2-gQLQflL,,41- .'ff"? HIM' "O bed 4 A- 3 - PQI? -N N DrE'No14.L5 61-:A rTEJZP12coF, "' lk 'ii ff"'EQ'c'Z l 'YI31?2DT'S,C1ZQNs Hflp'-fC6lQ M001 F1621 ' hx X' Anzwuo, - ' l L V .WT-'ff5 6OH3'wf1 shelter .fr-4 , ufvni pop our M1452 In Q.: a -ree, dazed b Uqg YJ- 1 . X ron uwo TRIWLQ.. "mm 'znbn mm - - x M :::.::'ss::::s. NM' LOW X ' lllll' 'iiiiili '-HX ' lll ' 'Q - - . '- X UN3IQ6:HK, --7 ,. Q '21 ,qgui just-UV IV --Q., za 15,-aissi ,K Q- LQLQS WND . Y AIM 'o, X G, 'uumug5'Q:ggeQans .. . ,, A- , , ' x ' '. , n , R Q Ylglfil m I' M' " ffl'-f"n'6f,3'f"i'7 1 X 7 fffff Qi, '5!SESi5:535 fl ': ., lx - ,, ' ,L . 1 1 - . lrlr1 7 ,j1',jf,,jjf,,,f ,jqw 'Q on 56,6 iggmlfslgg fm " ' "D,-,9:'41L? rrlffp fv fl 694 1 gQQN2"ZA2Cl?,iT-F4 'Nu' Hamm. X v"-S7,"4f':7"'e"'o' f 'Sq 'Q 6 'EQ '.,'.u2 'Q A4 faeor "ob '79 X , ' '-J M: Q A70 G Qololhm Q 0 ' ' ' 'X rfff " off, 've' QS' t5f'1ATTC.f2 PRoof3 gf' 0' Liv 61.365 Dome '50, I 1 ' ' 905. Hqfg , .. Jo Ffwi' J xl f ' l ---- 41 ' yawn. 9 4, ,, t,,- L-, ,lk-l ,l,gfQ,, ,L-t, X Q ossog, ctlffrfung,-:E ,N sw .sxql . ,Q-,, Q iq - X f ' -I ,-,-,-.y.:- l 669 Q A xlxk ...hurl .0, Q Q Q . A i f.-ra'-2225 'live' Q ls " H' ' ' ' Hfnffhs Q gy X l.!'O!0!.b,.t - Q66 .- F -I wh 'rfb was onccno surfer named kg,',,ak L... x CH- W Q HO surfed 0 blxnfoob prpgline A l ls . uh AQ N05 SUCH Ct clot Aiwa? , 'WC' FSU a Hard skoc 3 5 r A5 f1Noig5i2fNr And nQv'Zr Clk9ClI.I'l bufecl aP,! L 4 J,-Ubtf-I1 Howajth QB Hate is Red, I V Joy igliqht blue. 1 It tnstvs: hittrr and smells like El rotten egg. NIQOF looks: like a channc-l of rrxl blood. It sounds like the crashing of waves against rocks. ' and dr1prc:ssj.on . It tastes like sweets and snells like freshly bnkvd bread. . It looks like a one thousand page book with gre-at adventure in it. N I JL nnkns you feel a mixture of revulsion It sounds like rock h roll. ' , A Joy fills me with joy. ZAOIUGS Ll' l 52 llncaxmnsslfmwrnn--V - -Ls 7.---Y Y - W,,.:,. 1...-.uw-1 , t tlll t l " 1- 'f ' L I lm ' ' 1' ' ' I - ' c7l'3pUxC5I3I IYICUIIQEPKJSI- There was a yourg lady' called Jane ' I III -- , who QH'empi'cd fo H9 qamull phne "l" V She hook off one clay af - , , QIIIO II and gm O:-lair? away ...-, M' f Gnd land vn pleni' of- nm. ' -Q fn. ' U 'il' P Allfd LIA ' s-ef: l 1 if 'L'i'E-D--T-U J """ f-4' -ilu' -Q I l f umm a sul ' ' f jx . I Where. was 0 Young 'UGO CU '45 v 'L I . l Who always swam in lumpf GUS fowl ' M -'- 01- wry. ' He Coup-,A it- was rhlfi jq,,S'k,QI,I ' I I . -:III I v If I I 1 -4 H - wmh .mfg ham rw Mk f+f'l'Lm'c . . ' ' A 5' ' ,, , II I ' png! new he swume In h0"'m'45'U"d -'E' fvrfi 'lx' h .1 I T I if " ' Y ' I . .III n I - I :KI I I Ilmh 1' , Ill! LOVE 1 Marc Noolleg ll: " "g f. , Love is bright red iz 4' ' ' 2 1 ': It t..n-1. 1'k t k fd- .k ..,.. . -Ie i I ' ' I.ovc1Znv"T1sl1?kZ gxlligr gf liggigk e ' 3' ' I NxiUfffi2,.'I M , and looks like a row of hearts. ,- ' I , ",' ' A' It 1. l'k bbhl f ' , -'43, l ,I Bn ffqcl-Ufen ' andslggegfeelg assoliiely gsggderful. . , - Ig II I x5u?i3 fl I .F NXGER 1 The expk-7'Qf6 ZKCMTWI 'WQC' VYTCJJQ Anger is as black as a thunderstorm. , . Q . It tastes like a pile of junk fron a rubbish dump. 61 ftjlrzg CUM Jfflfl f Q I ' Anger smells like a breath from a sewage dunp ,, ' - and it looks like an old, dark dungeon. - , It sound like the rumbling of a volcano . THE. ISL-FVNJU OF 5'4LlL-1. 1' CQCLSDGONEI and anger feels like a threat from a scoundrel. f ' A rv 'rim ri D ' ' ' Y .V ,Qian f A -I - . ,, at on r .ff 7f7Z7f r r 12221 If -ls A I 1 I -.6 I I , bl 5 f- 9 f up - om can l X' v 'S'f1i4,, , 0 Q A D Qld x -, 'inffla 0 1 -'j-I7-:I UR, l ,. , im- l f---W I. ,fr , 3 NN I Im lx Ilff I I-M85-I v . , l ' Q ' " ' "' V'i'FfW1'll'a'?'. 5' -.M ' ' , 37 9 A ff Side: , Jw POM- U 'IW ' I ml- 5 CS' ' VIDA, 4:5 View l :.-.-.,- -.--...,- -.J-fir-1 f ' .f J L' ' . . :"'U' , 1 .,. If ,lf , D W' " ' ' .:.' Ill F .I .V QM-,.,', " IL H" ," '- . 1' 4-15, I- - O I 1, ft. rv 'I 4-1' .J III24, I ! ,- I4IIVI,,,,QI, L It D - if-19 . l . l..,f ------,--1gfqTF-'- 'nw' 3 7 l - , I . I IIl,,f:f,, IIIIIIIIIIILI .I I D, , I . - BI-fda ,, l "W 1 ' -r"' ,W ' Q Jfvg A Eye uk 'E l ' - - . V II ' , 0- 0 xXE,qI, n . 5 ""'m'f...,,.,:"3-1-1'l':"'5'f-es 'A ,F fzvggf' I X ' - L- 8 1'l'ffl-vg:i'PJr2T?f'1sfl','?i':":AwA 'M U' feO"""Zf' li C""-an ' 5 ' PM ji-.,Mfn,2,0,i'v,I:'qs a,",'Iw III.-QJII R16 Itqgt f,.Om11'4.II "nu 'v ' 'R L.-. ---. -- 4 -4.-fp is 00+ es 1 fh Um ' i -- 1-new ,.I-'-gf-A - lj 1 S I 1 A fs . in . I ,ffm W I A, I n,:,.o,?Iff9 Stnluskg ,IIfm,,r:orte Q23 "F-,JLJM N Alf-fx , 1-79,, S0 -my fw 'TL 'V 3 Q,- I jlvgl, A x me Und. flu gba 19,3 ten I 65 l """" ---lA "1-R les .L '-if 'U' ff' h,-'sm C" ' Y' ' - v ' V 'n 9 -1---. ' '. .. UU fLI5EIjff3IZIT'I ,7f3"IrJ'1.g 1V7q VVNV Elly-'boa 22315 IU, "I, solo. Q 'af-def' wsu A - als V li ll? Cal 'lm A D" 7-."'om . A A u .hnobeb I h f"1 the - ., Ir' . A'-I Gflafib . 331 Dot . ' , wmrlhvwl IIIIIIQ- X XX 'HQ he xr' H l -Q ff YI -- ff'f1-'ff we X X x 4.. ...M-.l,..,.4 ,I, ,N ,MI . H. 5'1Fa"fi' " Nl, 'xy' ,, M' 93, fi ' hi .wg , . 5 3 1 , w.. . - ' 4- -1-,,1..:.i.t,:,.. X- u mn eliz- I -1- 'lv I an IQMW l 3 , , J , ti ' 'K I' 1 i x R 1 W,j,i3!ff'- X ' ' 'A " ' .WA 1 I ligdi-w,,y-5 1, l In 4 4 I, 'r .SWE 5653 FFUW U of W 16953 - e l "- MGX ,MQ GRQ47 0 YY' fa QD 0 'ix mmrcggw lj , ' Cd K gf . ff, , QUE . sVKfN Q, 1 2 iv f' A QQ R . .L I 5436 QD 466465, f WA " 'Q 0 'Q Q -1. X QN 'I y, in ' A-eng, I "p KQV 5 A Q3 if 43 3 fi' 61 WQBM fb gjI:H 0!" if Ci'LY7L4'W :A ' .QA 2-Tot Q 97 A,,, ul! wwgfa uv -af? Q Q 59- ff? J if vfgdy I 954 A S. 60 aim 5335 me QQQQ V D"""'NtsS "D:3N4:m vp C550-'2EfL,'4?f0.UfUfJ ' N -- f my N55 P' L.K2n:Eb l.A.Df'xc3Ci3 o------0 Ham, ,400 Cv .nom l1cxu0fNCk Gm lkgho Pod okob mac mhgbfw BL umm me C50 '11' QI l,L,J rfWfD L,Qk3UZj LJQL qglggl Exigbw QJLAF1ESZI1f5 C106 boa-dk on-JC'-Ki PQLLLXJ YWGff5 f5LCw.5Q,Qf3L, cJfWCA i3AL4gNFD', U05 Vfucfmcs :r'x c:L vxAk2kIiii3'W Cikffrwfzb' .X 1- fiEEg3x'w l.:2Sbiif3mES2, QJHCL Bae o. 'brmfaxa 60 hclppkd and 56 Nikki LAKQQQ 4 W9 QL, CAC1. ! C3505 Q C5 ,QU ffwiefs r we LQ IEDTJX. Yi' Hoppfrwbi bin Egan 565705 in gum- Ifwccoc-life QFWCX Tm OW' fq?md'5 A.-, V .- U -V 1w-x N ' .... u 52 ' , I "ffkMW3??wTiw3wWfANg1v ,HM. Km,WMUwM.M..wQA,. M 1 "H ' ' J-f ' ' ' .WT O n A ij I Q - -O , 5 - f f - , Q 0 , - W K-1 Q I V G O . . I y M , ,Q ' . , I Q ' o 3 X 1 rmTi5 is HWCL Ona LAJYWQ 'x'Dl"e:FN3'5 Q-'b UWC! UI-w LA-35,65-X On 001. .XOQQ Ord our co'-Q I o, by f o L-Ja, m,,LN-wgas Hr-bgcxpprxrn mmf-use Q, HCL' 965 d"xrof..Lc59'N lgl'NQ 'od' - Cn"N-15 'TLB klhmag ko -ilwqd Q. ' 5425s 'TJ an ',c5::ci-f GL G15, CL'fkD ciGz:ar PFNCQFW 46593 -'tufijdj ,,. CGVW 0' L- :.:::m:1:a:'.zx::.iAv,1.?.1::,:,,y-JEIIHL, ,. 4. ,L.':.w5f:..,X 2 -P ', 1 . J ' , . 1 - .-.z'.1.-,gk 'HZ 1" ,f A A - 44,-, , . .. - - .-v1...x.-. ,. ,Y.,. .,, ' 1 Qs.-A 5td5B kt! FIRE DESTROYS END OF YEAR EXAM PAPERS PUPILS JUMP WITH JOY Cape Town, Mun zenberg. Muizenberg. Main Road took a strange turn yesterday lunch time. Fire engines and screaming pupils blocked the Main Road. Muizenbcrg Junior School was in flames. The teacher, Mr Macaroony acted swiftly by rounding up the class and leading them down the hallway and out to safety. The school was alerted and after the children were safe the teachers ------ f V mum' nr 'i'1"illu, , ?, jxyqjjjgi5j3y,f7g"ff'j5Sgrig'Ui',213Z., Ye: i:','7i"15..' .an . r f,:-ff ' , ' .. f 4: .,,5,,g2"5'gfa ' - - . ' 4uf.ifggffm. Yx'-'2,c:'-'.fs:ff:x.fg-.Yivf.mv4s,f5,,:,:.f,:.Z,M,:.nF. ,Fx 1 , Mmm. .,,-u-3, .,,. -1 ' .. il 1 - . -,. 1 5-:Q ao.-rf.wwfxv.v A Q 1'Q,, ,4,g,,,.:rl f,,,.,:,.,',Q, 123 " vi iziq f ', .cp fs.: I 222' 4-7, ff' 'px few- ' -x wr "",1. till' "- ---'N'4"1' f7".vfE-'J Nvfmvmvfqvas wevn'--vffxvk " . I , , , . , .vit-"lg-0.110gg-.f:2.'o1.'o-19.4.9frabo.-vfcdl . -11' - -N -fhcxl'.:'rAu'!n:zAsvAtzAr:fAN':fA-1fA'.9av.:f'A-- -f I 3 J l , .4 lu , -1 " , i , -r Y I l V 4 :- - . 0 Whilst firemen and teachers were hastily running towards the fire in an effort to put out the fire, groups of children gathered across the Main Road grabbing each other in moments of excitement and happiness. Their happiness stunned and a shocked passers by. But their behaviour had a very good explination. The fire that started in the Science laboratory, spread and devoured the office with all t.he years exam papers. As there were only three weeks left to the end of the year, it seems highly unlikely for any form of exam to take place. At the end of Uwe third period, the Std SB class were busy packing away their books and cleaning up after their experiments. They had been working with a candle and flame. When one of the boy's books caught alight spreading some high inflammable liquid near by. From that moment on the fire seemed to spread through the Science Lab at great speed. returned quickly to help the firemen who arrived very quickly at the scene of the disaster. 'Dotal damage has not yet been estimated, but from what one could see, it seemed as though the wing of the school suffered the most damage. Classes will resume shortly until the year ends and those children's class- rooms affected by the damage will be acconmodated elsewhere. g The fire was put out by 3 p.m. yester- day afternoon. o E AIEXJLOU 5B FIIMSTARS '87 Sarah - Stare Into Space Scott - What A Country I Matthew - Revenge of the Nerds .100 Dave - Surfing U.S.A. MFE ! Wayne - Growing Pains Jerome - Return from the Planet The sound of water gushing by ofthe Apes The warmth of the sunlight about to die . The swish of the water as the fish dodge Quinton - Head of the Class The rusty coke tine against the wooden lodge, Kathy - Jaws The shuffle of a bird in a woven nest Mr Just - W1'1O'Se The Boss It's about to begin the final test. . The echoeing bang of a falling tree The nausiating buzz of a chain saw near me. X CLC" ' . ,eve vs, The disgusting burp of a dirty man W ff '49 The clunk upon the ground from his beer can. 4 SVQN7 'SXQBQE The fumes from a broken down car. . 5.373 It's much too late its gone too far. .':5X"'? . N , 7 rlfklqi I g XA:-' K DANIELS X, ,XIX SB rw I ,M D -it 56 Qxwq 4 IX-4: fax. 1:3 - ' '97 Y ,..,..,,. .,.,.,,,r. ' Psi. V- y XC" I - .Lf 1 Wf X f , , P s I I I Wg A , D 'Q ' - 1 , Y ' P . ' ' '1 wi? " 'xl' 2 4 v' 2 ' 1 ' F 'ff f K . ' ' f ! N mf, I lfff 1 , ix ., if A-Qi v - 1,0533 '9f ,y i iff ' .K Q V i x ' - fxfqfk- , 3 we A X K A Vp' f' ! QR i. -' A f n , ff 5 , I X . gl. Us Qiioxb ' 'A V. l I CX 1 4 f 5 !x I I I HIS 1: -L NIXIYAVXV4 rf uf? B f . ND? E O ' A ,J o' E1-21--v-f2,.f-T'7 t - QQ V 63' A D0 Q mx , at 9 fffvxx - uw, ,N mx. ' f ' , Q NNN if -7 R 3 G9 . . 8 ,, gi. ,? v NV- 7 A 1 M ' 7'Y.mjxJN:-M X 1 5 Q ' 'x 1 I X, , KHTH"l ' .1 - W-' N.. " 1 . ' . . - , jgigj 5-1a.r.f, I J X 'L , ,, 1 T-' Mm W f Y,-X .. , f 1. .X , , 2, X QQ!" '-"4..... H. .Q N ' - N -, ' -1, - "' . 5 3 EkwuorTWnohnalCBun 3 'W-Iss ysma I plafjed Yugbg 'FOV ' 'Une high Sdnooi I scored, Two Mes ogaunsb ' Mijnejffo f Bnshopip Moving " Llogd g 1 SHONQ FOUCHE j ,0 MWkI'fU 125913 fwwuA,'swM5! 'ig ,in ia KJJMOMTMAJW. M2 Q9 XWHXHJ, to I ' I XGX 7 ii-2 SPVQH ' AD . f D -X 6 'QQ-aj-3 'B Ai: W ,' A W- - ' 1 ' ' 1 ff? 5 1 V". G OSP- ef, X A ' t CDQIB -, ' Qfaii Vi' i i i M 4211, X, Alf!! I Q3 ' KJ o S 00 Q X00 9609, ,DQ Ko vb CQ! OC' VO! 72 ' 6 C ' SIX fe 61' GMO S2350 601319 wi N05 Cffggg 413,01 J'6Q:'9 5 wyescff 51? 4-060010 V 002' U 'bf fo Gnd, XP 32" V , ' , V- Y "Q "7 " 1 77' ',.,1gY.,,-.,-U. . x ' Gmzsofzyx L , HORWHZ gg EIL? jj x ' 'C Q. ' 17 v C 599 ' 5 I P' ' 921 V' 6 'Q' . - 5 de 0 V ' ' 4 i f , 0011- Lum mime cluor Ed is UM- um U Qof, 0 'Q CL 50m LF? 'A 735 Ogyfu . ' CJktloQJx6 5' 7 CP! QQ Y X X400 E3 'Sf rvwayo UC ff v' ww 'Fm "4 'Q Lg os 2 he 7 W vw Wal, OCA def Q06 3 Q2 ""'?ii2g we , ,W I, W K 'S nllmmso . Q" " ' u.,ie',: Z Qgbyqf 9 iff' ,V - 4. V42 ' QB 0 o 5 ii " i T tmemr WY, 1 KJQBMOW -- QIwSf-- -. LUMBER CITY1 Glasshopper GLASSHOPPER RETREAT 171 Mann Road, RETREAT Ph 7511941516 BOARDS TIMBER HARDWARE CEMENT JOINERY AND PAINT GLAZING MIRRORS GLASS CUT IWHILE YOU WAITI REPAIRS SHOWER AND PATIO DOORS ALL UNDER ONE ROOF DEFENCE! R I O SOUTHERN CAPETETATES IPTYI LTD jj - WEBBER REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS IN MARKETING RESIDENIIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY BUSY6 AGENT: UNITED BUILDING SOCIETY REG.N0. 810856107 PARK 'N SHOP CENTRE mgggggg MEfzRmGs9Rfszemw - A--.--M... .. - 'Lf 11 E1"5'11g"11'::TvW '31J'1'. i l 1 - I L P I I . 1 I 0- In ! 1 i 7 1 1 . I 9 I , . v , .- 1 , " 'f . 5... ..,, -...,.1. .unam- PLANS TO SUIT YOUR PLOT PLOTS TO SUIT YOUR PLAN S OR THE HOME OF YOUR DREAMS WE WILL NEGOTIATE A BETTER DEAL FOR YOU Q 4 Q53 9 Y xa 5-.v ff- I K3 M QQ Q K5 EFS 131 sf-2 S95 4 ,-. Q 61 d I . . Lf.. 751116 1010117966 if-:avr Q,W,,M, VPY, , ., V : wax 1,-n P I . 'x l 1 Z Cl' 52 Koji 23.5 521 xii 44 M f -Q Q19 . W Q2 5 -4 K f S12 Q L .JI ,rs G31 Pl? Q9 Q QAQQQAQAQJTQAEDAQAQZQQQI -ui-un-ng-in-an-l1ln Ci Christran Printers Maranatha Press rpm Ltd 97 Garfield Road, Claremont 40217 613350 1 f I' ,Pi-'ite ' Q - s-' . ,,. 'T-""""""-'xr PQ ,,,. ....,,.....,f,v -73,71 up-I "' 1 1' .-..-.. . -mv . - I -M 1 .err a. .' .n.'za.TF' .1 ,l-Wil' .1 wr' P .l- I fx gg Tl I :ug ,lg 54 ' I 1 4 43, W I , rtffixgsrgfslg -4 L F' ' ' rg H ,vu J! Muff-if B, ".-Q EDUCATIONAL BOOKSELLERS I 8L PUBLISHERS J an Carel J uta from Zalt Bommel m Gelderland, Holland, founded has bookshop m Cape Town m 1853 and several months later publlshed his first txtle a booklet by Prof Changouln on the Constxtuuon Ordinance Issued seperately m Dutch and English For more than 130 years the Company named alter hlm has remaxned a South Afncan leader nn the Held of booksellmg and pubhslung. We are proud of our reputatnon and South Afncan hentage and look forward to offenng you professlonal servnce developed from expenence gamed over more than a century of catenng for the requxrements ofthe South Afncan book buyer CONSULTARE CHAMBERS HANCOCK STREET NORTH END PORT ELIZABETH 600 TEL 54-457718 MERCURY CRESCENT HILLSTAR INDUSTRIAL TOWNSHIP WETTON P O BOX l23 KENWYN 7790 TEL 7l ll8l f , . n a U 5 . . . . . .. . , . . . . . . . . - . . - . . . 9 . . . . . . . u . . . ' 0 S LH' ' T ' Ang?" ' T 'l ' Y - ' -f 1 Q K , MM-.. M, ,. , ...sam x Wm . at Si3gge'4Y'Qg,5g:e, 1.1 ,gmt , U'-' 1'-M ' 'f in ' ".- f ' ' if -"'fi 4- 'f '-"Qs-iw'.' '- v- ,.'f- K L..': , i ' W1 , M' 'Ei Y , U FACTORY SHDP NOW QPEN! Lindi's outique AT: PICK 'N PAY SHOPPING CENTRE, TOKAI Tel: 750202 Fashions 1 for the budget conscious Mother and Teenager Stockists of leading labels ' including French Connection, Trend, etc. Visa and Mastercard Welcome , P P N nm ' .,.if-wlllilriinvl ' i' "1 or

Suggestions in the Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) collection:

Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 1


Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection, 1984 Edition, Page 1


Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection, 1988 Edition, Page 1


Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 32

1987, pg 32

Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 60

1987, pg 60

Muizenberg Junior School - Seagull Yearbook (Cape Town, South Africa) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 31

1987, pg 31

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.