West Whalley Junior Secondary School - Kwantlen Yearbook (Surrey, British Columbia)

 - Class of 1967

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_; ' en 31833 01774 7491 7 warn 66-67 Rlyot 9k ' s Ak, I 867 1967 WEST WHALLEY S A L U T E S Canada ' s centennial PRINCIPAL ' S MESSAGE This year we are celebrating our country ' s centennial. Canada has existed as a nation for 100 years and this may seem an eternity when you are young but there are some people living today who were here when the country was formed out of a number of individual colonies. When we think about the relative youth or newness of our country we can also understand why there are many things to be done, many problems that we still haven ' t found answers for, many empty spaces to be filled in so vast a land. A country such as ours has innumerable op- portunities for young people to make their contributions, find their places, and solve the problems. We have good reasons for celebrating the conpletion of our first hundred years as a nation. Canada has survived over ad- verse difficulties, has developed and prospered. Our leader ' s opinions are respected throughout the world because our countrv has no designs on other lands or people. With your help, the help of all young people everywhere who will be the leaders in a few years, our country will continue to grow, prosper, and earn admiration and respect in the ' -;orld. a 4-4m_s ADMINISTRATION fpp i- 1 Mr. Mason Mr. Morin s, Principal Vice Principal Mrs. Stanbrook Secretary STAFF Top how : Mr. Kerr, Mr. Kupkee, Ilr. Pohn, Mr. Doddington, Mr. Van Nes Middle Row : Mr. Gutteridge, Mr. Gobis, Mr. Skonnord, Kiss Quigley, Mr. KcMath, Mr . Shalley, ilr. Doll Bottom Row : Mr. Corra, Mr. Rollins, Mr. Dow, Mrs. Kayberry, Miss Bevan Mr. Ukrainetz, Mr. Ivanisco, Mr. Paille Mi issing : Mr. Blumel, Ilr. Davies, Mr. Drury, Mr. Durham, Miss Griffiths Mrs. Holder, Mr. Hunter, Miss Lai, Mrs. Lear, Mrs. Matheson, Mrs. Nichol, Mr. Owen, Mrs. Roberts, Mr. Rowley, Mrs. Shearer Mr. Yonemoto GRADUATES DIV. 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Van Alstine 10B 8£ L. Erickson J. Allen B. Handford C. Banman D. Weisbrod B. deRoey K. Ingvaldson L. Latta 2A J. Marrington D. Moshansky M. Dolley R. MacDermott L. McBain 3D M. McCorkindale L. Ibarra D. Dolley G. Harms B. Rempel 2S_ P. Deell M G. Halwas E. Franz D. Christianson J. Greve K. Joynes m G. Carlson IE V. Wood L. Rowbotham 28 |f p4l LITERARY U | 7TT ?: ' " 7?TTT ' r-.rT7-. 7??rrr-rrrTrrTrTrrrrr TROUBLES OF aN AUTHOR When I write a paragraph I enter a world beset by- difficulties and mistakes. When I try to think of a topic, mind begins to wander. Pulling my hair, rack- ing my brain, and biting my nails, doesn ' t help and I still can ' t think of a suitable topic. Finally I think of one. I begin to write. Then my real troubles begin. As I start writing my pen runs dry. I cross out words. Sentences must be rearranged or shortened. 1 run out of space on the end of lines. My fingers are cramped from writing and sweat forms on my brow. The paragraph must be finished and a good closing sentence must be chosen. Think Thinklt I ' ve finally got one! Wri- ting furiously, I get it put down. Then I relax. The paragraph is finished and I now have to rewrite it. Tim Brown Division 10-A THE C5HTEMNIAL A hundred years has gone and passed Since the day of Confederation, When Canada became at last A proud and leading nation. This hundred years has not been lon , Not for us at any rate. We won ' t be around for another one, So this year let ' s all celebrate. Annonymous 29 Canadian pride Cana.-a is a new wonderful country but many do not understand why we should be proud of Canada. We as Can- adians have many things to be proud of especially during 1967, and should realize that this is a very special ye.tr for all Canadians for we will probably never see another Centennial. Many do not realize or understand how much ingenuity, imagination, and planning in addition to time, money and effort of thousands of men and women, has gone into the making of Canada. This is something to be very proud of. Canada is now a hundred years old and quite young when compared to the United States or Britain, but this does not mean that Canadians should be any less proud of Canada. We as Canadians should be proud and grateful for having such a wonderful country to live in, for Canada is one of the richest countries in the world. Also, there are not many countries in the world like most parts of Canada where citizens live to- gether in peace and harmony regardless of race, colour, cree d, or birth. As Canadians we have many things to be proud of and I think that many are inclined to forget the Canadian Centennial because they do not know Canada and so think that we have nothing to be proud of. But Canadian cit- izens should be the proudest people in the world; proud of their country, her birthday, and proud of their fellow citizens. Shelly Paulson Division 9-A " MOD " We live in the age of modern things, Where kids go wild with clothes and rings. The clothes we wear are really neat, But knock our folks right off their feet. We ' re going in for checks and stripes, And please, parents, no more gripes! You tell us that it ' s just not right To wear our pants so very tight. You argue ' bout our skirts so high, However, they only reach our thigh. I think you ' re jealous of our taste, When you think of the years that went to waste Wearing those skirts that button so low, And topping it off with a great big bow. But then you find you just can ' t win, And finally, at last you must give in. Now you agree with just a nod, Our clothes, we know, are really MODI Karen Winn Division 9-A 30 STUDENTS COUNCIL Top Row: Angus Isaac, Robert Nickol, Jin Sinter, Doug Bobbet, Edward McKenzie , Richard Gower, Robert Green, Lyle Zawalsky, Robert Fardyce, Darryl Lyons, Wayne Grelish Middle Row: Mr. Hunter, Mr. Paille, Gary Sigerist, Marilyn eleven, Heather Brooks, Irma Penner, Sandra Olson, Bonnie Heppner, Shannon Litka, Mr. Gobis Bottom Row: Charlene Couette, Pat i ' urphy, Pat Mugs, Gordon Dyrerin, Mary-lou Cooper, Gary Rowbotham, Terrilyne MoLure , Carolyn Forsythe, Gail McKinley, Faye Branscrombe Secretary Kary-Lou Cooper Vice-President Gordon leperen President ' s Message This year ' s students ' council has tried especially hard to ; pleasureable activites to the students of V. ' est ' .halley School, and they have succeeded. bring pleasures 31 ANNUAL STAFF Top Row: Mr. Van Nes, Nolla Hansen, Elita Palglitis, Blake Handford, Ritchie Breaks, Trudie Jamieson, Wendy Van Alstine, Sharlene Caouette Bottom Row: Maureen White, Giselle Wilkie, Penny Hienbecker, linda Ericson, Kathy White, Jacouie Polk STANDING COMMITTEE Back Row: Phil Henningson, Irma Penner, Gary Robotham, Ritchie Breaks, Elaine Messerschmidt , Mr. Mason Front Row: Becky Williams, Judie Martin, Mary-Lou Cooper, Elita Paeglitis Missing: Trudy Jamieson, Gordon Iepren 3Z NEWSPAPER CLUB Top Row: Ritchie Breaks, Phil Henningson, Bill Foren, Peter Heidema, Norville Jones, Randy Kandt, Ron Branco Middle Row: Rhys Evans, Dennis Marten, Paul Kandt, Will Schober, Greg Ward, Allan Morgan, Jim Van Alstine, Mr. Jupkee Bottom Row: Barb Zkkus, Jeanne Scribner, Theresa Ranftl, Hazel Lockwood, Patrice Shore, Jacque Polke Missing: Paul Hansen, Dianne Schneider CANTEEN Leslea Sedgewic c, Cheryl Tormof , Karen Winn Linda Smith, 33 Crudy Jameison, Cathy LIBRARY CLUB Top Row: Mr. Rollins, Tommy Barque, Lane Koster, Brain Sreiner, Jan Shmidt Middle Row: Ramona Orr, Cathy Wilde, Jackie Polke, Dianne Gibson, Bunny Leslie Bottom Row: Dianna Tomiuk, Penny Earle, Shelley Paulson, Casandra Bananan, Dale McMorris, Denise Bergan, Gail Johanson Missing: Rene Froese, Josie Sckora, Maj Schmidt, Angel?. Husak BADMINTON CLUB Standing: Seated: Mr. Rollins, Blake Handford, Ken McKay, John Jacobs, Terrv Mckelson, Norm Dayken Jacque Polke, Denise Lyons, Maureen White, Kathleen White, Mary-Lou Cooper, Jania Handford, Pancis Hoffman, Romana Orr Missing: Elaine Lyons, Chris Backland 3 CHESS CLUB Top Row: Middle Row: Bottom Row: Jody Whithead, Ron Beanco, Ken Barr, Barry Van Oene, Bill Nyland, Ritchie Breaks, Blake Handford Mr. Mason, Jone Marington, Vic Puchman, Randy Johnson, Brian Greiner, Will Schober, Jan Schmidt, John Dellinger, Danny Warlimont Harry Gut-orason, Bobby Wiffen, Don Flemning, Rhys Evans, Denis Gouger, Greg Adams, Roy Craigen NURSES CLUB Standing: Mrs. Matheson, Darlene Wick, Maureen McKaque , .bynne Derbyshire, Edith 0 ' Sullivan, Sae Charpentier Seated: Judy Pococks, BenniBe Quaiffe, Judy Howard, Debbie Wike, Penny Heinbecker Missing: Linda Erickson 35 BAND Top How: Paul Hanson, Bill Petty, Bruce Dalzell, Fred Giesbrecht, Ron Champken, Les Baker, Bob McClure, Ron Bianco, Wayne Robinson, Mr. Dodington Middle Row: Heather Huntley,. Glenda Halws, Gerry de Montigny, Ken Lerner, Gary Harms, Lane Koster, Leonard Kawamoto, Brian Grozell, Randy Cook, Allan Dibb Bottom Row: Gail Harris, Barb Rempel, Helen Brookes, Linda Eriekson, Diane Gustofson, Penny Crookall, Beth Williams, Mary Anne Nyland, Laua Sing, Richard Karpiuk Missing: Linda MacLachlan, Barry Aronson, Diane Dolley, Barry Wares Kirk Dyck Back Row: Mr. Kupkee, R. Gildreich, G. Ward, D. Fordyce, P. Arnold, W Schober M. Tomko. Front Row: A. Morgan, L. Oleen, M. Kelly, B. McDonald. 36 GIRLS HOCKEY Believe it or not West Whalley had one. It consisted of a group of twelve girls who arose with the sun on Thur- sday mornings to play this (eh-hum) wonderful game. Mr. Shalley, our brave coach along with Mr. Kupkee showed us how we ' re supoosed to play hockey (though we hardly ever succeeded) . All the girls seemed to enjoy the sport and very much proved it at the first game. With Mr. Shalley yelling on the benches we came up with a 2-0 score. But unfortunately (for our side) Shannon got two goals plus the winning goal in the last minutes of the game. All in all we had fun (in- spite of the money for ice rental, six bruises on each knee, a couple of bumps on the head and minor loss of sleep) incl- uding Mr. Shalley and Mr. Kupkee. We hope that our school hockey team will carry on through the years and have as much fun as we did. Team Members: Arlene Antonenko, Sandra Landy, Heather Brooks, Linda Kawamoto, Donna Armstrong, Jaeie Burroughs, Heather Huntley, Penny Heinbecker, Donna Lee, Trudy Jamieson, Joy Pateman, Dianne Guetafson, Linda Tausie, Barbara Harrison, Dianne Lyric. GIRLS BASKETBALL THE SCORE BOARD Home Visitors West Whalley vs. Johnson Heights 18 24 Horth Belta 14 54 William Beagle 8 49 Mary Jane Shannon 17 23 Although our team got off to a slow start this year, they pulled their share of the load and had practices every morning at 7:30. This year the team, sponsored by Miss Quigley, showed exceptionally good sportsman ship, even though they lost all their games. This was mainly due to the disagreement between the P.E. teachers and the School Board regarding transportation. The teachers won and interschool sports, which was stopped at the time, started once more. This gave the girls three weeks grace to put together a basketball team. Other schools however, took a chance and started training in September. West Whalley waited untill the all clear sign and then put together a basketball team which prowd to be much better than expected. expected. Team Members: Linda Kawamoto, Mary Lou Cooper, Elita Paeglites, Marion Roi ' Sandra Landy, Lavern Discus, Jackie Polk, Eobina Rai, Sue Hansen, Glenda Richot, Eancy Cruikshank, Linda Smith, Cathy Toneff, Denise Quaif e . 37 Club Comments Chess Club The Chess Club met at noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week. Naturally members came to play chess and watch chess games. There was usually quite a good turn out of members and sometimes spectators popped in. Players increased their skill and widened their knowledge of move combinations. A special thank-you to Mr. Mason who organized and sponsored this club. Library Club This year the twenty members of the library club have been working vigorously to get the new books on the shelf for the benefit of the other students. Of the twenty members, sixteen of these are girls and the rest are our " helpful " boys. The library club wishes to offer special thanks to Mr. Rollins for his instructions. The Future Nurses Club For the first time in West Whalley ' s school history, a Future Nurses Club has been formed. The club started function- ing in late January. The purpose of the club is to give the girls who are interested in the nursing profession a chance to see what the work is really like. The girls plan to visit more clinics and hospitals and to raise money for children ' s hospitals. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Matheson and Miss Luellan, school nurse, who helped to arrange the outings. The Canteen Club The Canteen Club wishes to thank Mr. Cora for sponsoring the club this year. We hope that through the year the students have been happy with our service. We try not to let the soup curdle or the potato chips get stale, and the way the kids buy them, there isn ' t much chance of it. We ' d like to also thank the students for their help in making the Canteen Club a success. Badminton Club This club is sponsored by Mr. Hollins and Mr. Skonnard . We meet Thursday mornings in the gym to play badminton and pick up pointers on the game. The Newpaper Club Sponsored by Mr. Kupkee, it is the first time in a few years since there was a newspaper in the school. This year ' s newspaper - The Mighty Mouth (named so by one of our inspirated grade eights) is dedicated to bring to view the happenings around the school, and to create an award for the most scholastic boy and girl in the school, and for those who stand out in some class as being exceptionally talented in one class. Annual Staff The Annual Staff had no set meeting hours, but assembled and worked at noon and after school until six or seven o ' clock, as often as possible. Our task was m0 re extensive than it first appeared, and, if I may speak for all other members, the task was good experience. It is only too bad that we did not, at the first meeting, know the easiest, neatest, and fastest methods to use to complete this Annual on time. However, we have survived the work and finished the book and are now hoping it is a success. I would like to extend a hearty thani-you to all members who edited parts of the Annual and to all who worked as the layout staff. Enjoy your Annuals II! 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