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Array The ZENITH
PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF CHASE HIGH SCHOOL
Vol. 2, No. 6
CHASE, B.C., APRIL 17
Circulation 140
Chase High School
Pupils Visit Kamloops
Students Enjoy
Interesting Exploration Of
Kamloops Business Centres.
The High School and Grade 8
students of Chase Superior School
spent Friday, April 13, on an Interesting and enjoyable trip to Kamloops. The students left at 9 a.m.
by truck driven by MT. Roy Llnvllle
and arrived ln Kamloops about 11.
First, they spent a few minutes getting organised and then went to
visit Radio Station CFJO, a trip
that proved most educational and
Interesting then they all went on to
the Kamloops Bottling Works. After
lunch the students assembled at the
Kamloops Sentinel offices. The
school paper staff stayed at the Sentinel offices to publish their paper
"The Zenith". The rest of the students visited the Fire Hall, the
Court House, the Museum, the Cold
Storage Plant, and thus the afternoon was filled. After supper some
students attended the K.A.A. Gym
Revue and others went to the show.
All met at 9:30 p.m. tor the ride
home after a memorable day.
DISPLAY TO CLOSE
PRO REC SEASON
The Chase Pro Rec will present a
Pro Rec display on April 18 to close
a very successful season. There will
be two showings, one at 7 and one at
9 p.m. Only ticket-holders may be
admitted, and tickets may be ob-
. talned Irom Oscar Lynn, The Steak
House, Gordon's Store, Colegrave &
Conchle, The Underwood Hotel or
from Jenny Larson. There will also
be some entertainers from Kelowna
attending, who will show everyone
wbat Pro Rec students will leam
next year.
The Chase unit has done very well
for their first year. There are
juniors, intermediates, and nine
seniors. The Instructors were Miss
Jean Porterfleld and Mr. Albert
Blanco ol Salmon Arm,
Don't forget, kids, that the Easter
holidays start on Thursday, April 18,
and end on Sunday, April 28. So
take advantage of them, more holidays will not come until June,
Chase School Bank
Accounts Grow
The number of accounts and the
amounts of deposits .have Increased
steadily since the Chase School Bank
was organized last January The
bank ls operated by Grade 9 students, with Jack Herman as bank
manager, Jean Llnvllle and Evelyn
Crocker as accountants, Ben Gran-
berg, Sibyl Llnvllle, Irene Silander
and Tom Christy as tellers.
At present all seven of the school
activities have accounts. There are
also private savings accounts.
Deposits to date are $114.30.
The bank has proved of great
value ln teaching the Qrade 9 pupils
how to operate a bank, and In teaching the rest of the students how to
deposit money ln a bank.
STUDENTS PLAN
EASTER DANCE
The Students' Council gives forth
with the news that they are sponsoring an Easter Monday Dance on
April 33.
The posters have been made by
Grade 8. The Grade 8 pupils are
also planning to decorate the hall
with Easter motifs. Refreshments
will be made and served by the High
School girls with the aid of Fred
Morrison, who will make the coffee.
Arrangements have been made for
the music of the trio "Flrmln, Mel,
and George".
The proceeds from the dance will
be used for awards offered to the
pupils for their work during the
term, and also for sports equipment
and school activities.
SCHOOL STORE
DECLARES 40%
SHARE DIVIDEND
Ivan Waddell, manager of the
Chase School Co-op Store, declared
a 40 per cent dividend on each ten-
cent share on April 8.
The store was organized by the
Grade 10 students by selling shares
to the students of the school. Since
Its organization ln September 1(45
a large amount of school supplies
has been sold.
A showcase to hold the school supplies was made by the Grade 9 boys.
The girls of Grade 10 are the clerks
of the store. Each week deposit slips
are made and money ls deposited ln
the school bank. Books are kept by
the manager and each month are
Inspected by the school's auditors'
board.
In the future the CS.C.6 plans
to buy large quantities of school
supplies and sell them at a discount
to the students on the re-openlng of
the school term.
HOBBY CLUB
FORMED"
The hobby club has been divided
Into three groups: Photography,
Stamp - Collecting, and Practical
Arts. Since there are so many ln a
group we have been trying to find
teachers that are good at such work
as stamp-collecting, coin collecting,
carving (wood and leather) fancy
work, photography.
We have succeeded ln finding two
people who have volunteered to give
us some help. They are Mrs. Farris
for embroidery, and Mr. Montgomery for photography.
If anyone ln the Chase district
has done any of the things mentioned above, their advice would be
greatly appreciated.
"She walked across the room and
the radiator her."
Girls Fail 24-16 To Repel
Boys* Softball Challenge
The Division 3 boys, led by Johnny
Andersen, captain, beat the High
School girls ln the season's first soft-
ball game, Tuesday, April 9,
Despite tbe tact that the girls led
with a score ot 9-3 tn the first Inning
they failed to show their superiority
at the end of the game. The final
score was 34-16, The return game
ls scheduled for this week.
DIVISION II PUNS
EASTER PARTY
Division 3 ls having an Easter
Party with a little entertainment
which consists of five plays and a
tew songs and other .Items.
A small amount Is being charged,
and the proceeds will go to Division
3 welfare. There will be no tickets
sold at the door. So remember
Division 3 Easter Party April 17,
1948, at 7:30 p.m. ln the Chase Community Hall.
Students Form
Photography Club
There are now 30 members ln the
Photography club. An amount of
$10.50 has been raised. It was decided tb use this for the four different class groups.
With the aid Mr. Montgomery has
given the Photography club, they
will soon be ready to start developing their own pictures In the Chase
Superior School.
HOUSE "B" LEADS
IN ACTIVITIES
During the winter months arrangements were made for the pupils
to take P.T. In the hall. We had P.T.
every Tuesday afternoon. The girls
from 1 till 3 and the boys from 3 to
3. The pupils were divided in three
different houses, 'A", "B" and "O".
Tltere were points given for attendance, punctuality, exercises,
games, and citizenship.
Team "B" was.ahead with 444
points; "O" second with 416 points,
and "A" third with 406 points.
WEATHER
FORECASTED
An activity arising out of Grade
10 science course has been the tore-
casting of the weather ln Chase.
The students have constructed a
mercury barometer and a hygrometer.
They used the following four
points to forecast the weather: the
atmospheric pressure, relative
humidity, temperature, velocity, and
the wind direction.
So far they have, had 80 per cent
ot the reports correct, Page Two
THE ZENITH
EDITORIAL
STAFF
Editor���Jenny Larson.
Assistant Editor ��� Patricia Good-
ridge.
Circulation Manager���Shirley Rid-
dell.
Literary Editor���Tommy Sakaki.
Advertising Manager ��� Marge
Christy.
Reporter for Division 1���BUI Hysop.
Reporter for Division 3���Johnny
Andersen.
Printers ��� BUI Goodrldge, Victor
Baglee, Paul Uvilla.
THIS month the editorial staff has
had the privilege of being able
to print tbe Zenith In the Kamloops
Sentinel. We are deeply grateful for
having this opportunity and would
like to thank everyone who made
any contribution to help ln the
publication of the Zenith.
Perhaps you would like to know
how the Zenith has progressed.
During the months of October-February Inclusive we have had a circulation of 695. We have taken ln
$46.19. Total expenses for the paper
and Incidentals have been $33.14.
We have now a total profit of $34.05.
Our paper has been very successful du* to the fine response the advertisers and the community have
given us ln advertising and ln buying
the paper.
JENNY LARSON,
Editor.
WEATHER
Warm���BUI Mosher.
Cooler���Irene SUander.
Unpredictable���Noreen Andersen.
Cloudy���Ben Granberg.
Sunny���Frances Monteith.
Freezing���Sibyl Llnvllle.
Showery���Joan Patterson .
Windy-Ivan Waddell.
Breezy���Tom Christy.
Heat Wave���Dot Wittner.
Stormy���Shirley RlddeU.
Snowy���Evelyn Crocker,
Rainy���Jack Herman.
Thunder���Pat Goodrldge.
Hurricane���BUI Goodrldge.
MUd-Pat Brooke.
Chafe Cafe
Beard and Room
��� TOBACCO
��� SOFT DRINKS
��� PIE
��� PEANUTS
* CANNED GOODS
Quick Service
HEARD AROUND
C.S.H.S.
"Women are ruining my life' by
slaying out of It."
"The perfect high school boy
doesn't borrow dough, doesn't drink
anything stronger than milk, doesn't
give women a line���doesn't exist."
"There goes that scrum half who
thinks red corpuscles are Russian
N.C.O.'s."
"Chase boys must be a happy
bunch���whenever you pass one by
he's whistling."
'You're one ln a million kid���(gal)
so are your chances."
"You sure can run Into debt, but
you have to crawl out."
"Give some guys enough rope and
they'll skip with your girl."
"Women's faults are many. Men
have only two���everything they say
and everything they do."
"My   hair   has   never   looked   so
smooth,
The ends curl up Just so,
My skin has never looked so clear,
With such a rosy glow,
My eyes are shining brightly with
The spark that captivates���
Why don't I ever look like this
On nights when I have dates."
"Jack and JU1 fell down the hUl
A stunt that's mighty risky,
If water made them act that way
Then why should I try whiskey?"
"Here's to her eyes and her nose
Here's to her hair and toes,
And just to get the best of her
Here's to all the rest of her."
"You need your money,
And I need mine,
If we both get ours,
It will sure be fine,
But If you get yours
And keep mine too,
What ln the world
Am I going to do?
���Think It over."
Colegrave
���AND���
Conchie
General Merchants
���
Groceries
Hardware and Paints
Dry Goods
CHASE MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats at
reasonable prices.
Highest price paid for hides.
Fresh Fish on Fridays.
Fresh Vegetables.
Phone 13-F.
L. CUMMING
*
Real Estate and Insurance
Notary Public
NOTABLE QUOTES
.Bill Goodrldge���"Have ya a game
of crib?"
Noreen Andersen���"I got cheesed
off."
Bill Hysop���"How about a game
of marbles?"
Joan Chase���"Is that a good
book?"
Delia Rae West���"I wasn't talking,
Mr. Wilkin."
WInnllred Beatty ��� "Stop that,
Nels."
Marge Christy ��� "Oh, there's
Shorty. I wasn't expecting him today."
Howard Christy���"Nobody asked
you for a song."
Tom Christy���"I've got another
mark coming."
Rose Roos���"HI ys, Keed."
Ben Granberg���"Have you seen
her?"
Jim Roblllard���"Keep off my new
shoes."
Mr. Bower���"Every time I mention
Social Studies I expect to see tears
fall from the eyes of Grade 11 and
13.
Ron MoNary ���"I'm the McNarj'
boy."
Sibyl Linvelle ��� "Don't be so
nasty."
Shirley RlddeU���"I don't want to."
Frances Monteith���"Meet you at
the Snac Bar."
Jenny Larson ��� "Seen any men
lately?"
Nels Anderson���"Where'd you get
It?"
DAFFYNITIONS
Zipper ��� the undoings of the
modern girl.
Bathing suit���garment with no
hooks but plenty of eyes.
Hobby���something you go goofy
over to keep from going nuts over
things In general.
SONG TITLES
Homesick, That's All���for detention.
Don't Blame Me���after that D on
my report.
At Last���We'll say at the end of
June.
That's For Me���our car.
No Can Do���Our Students Council.
Personality���This school has It.
Hong Kong Blues���all same High
School Blues.
Sleepy Time Gal���had a heavy
date last night.
The Very Thought of You���Perry
Como.
Chickery Chick���a new language
maybe.
Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief-
anyone wlU do.
RIDDLES
Where can happiness always be
found?���In the dictionary.
When was beef the highest? When
the cow Jumped over the moon.
What can you keep even after'
'    It to someone else? Your word,
wnai
I giving 1
Quick Service
GARAGE
���
GAS AND OIL
REPAIRS OF ALL
KINDS
FIX FLATS
BATTERIES
RECHARGED
TAXI
PHONE 9R
JIVE DICTIONARY
Java and Lava���coffee and pie.
Sprinkle the Sea-dust���pass ths
salt.
Gen���Genuine.
Kill that Candle ���turn out that
light.
Kill It���stop everything.
Natch���naturally.
Y.O.A.O.���Your one and only.
Cellmate���classmate.
That's Pert Mert���that's smooth.
Large Charge���big thrUl.
Slurp with Gurp���Ice-cream with
syrup.
Mess Kit���pocketbook.
Rodger Dodger���O.K.
Lush Thrush���girl with a good
voice.
Bristle the Bean���boy with crew
cut.
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Regular Meetings on every second
Wednesday.
Good attendance ls required THE ZENITH
Page Three
BADMINTON
CLUB
The Badminton Club has come to
an end for the season. The majority
of the members seemed to have en*
joyed themselves and have become
good players considering that they
were beginners at the start of the
season. There were 34 members ln
all. Each one had'to pay an entry
fee of 50 cents and a nickel a night.
Badminton was played every Mon*
day night from 7:30 to 11. The girls
of the club put on a tea on January
13 and made $8.63 which helped very
much toward our expenses. We, the
members, would like to thank the
community for their kindness ln
giving us the clubroom free of ex
pense. We, the executive, hope that
'the members will carry on the club
during the next school term.
AUDITOR'S
REPORT
The monthly report from the
Auditors committee has been received by the Students' Council. It
contained financial statements tor
the month of March for the school
paper, the Badminton club, the
School store, the Lost and Found
organization, the Library, the Junior
Red Cross and the Students Council
All statements were found to be
correct.
The assets of the different organizations ranged everywhere from
one cent ln the Lost and Found to
$38.74 ln the Students Council, (The
Students Council at present has over
$43. The Auditors committee ls
made up of Ivan WaddeU and
Tommy Sakakl.
Grade 8 Puppet Show
As an art and practical art project the Grade 8 students have constructed a puppet show. The boys
made the stage complete with lighting and miniature curtain. The girls
painted scenes on cardboard for the
back of the stage and they have also
dressed the dolls for the first show.
The show to be presented ls
"Canada's Visitors," and It will
depict the different natlonaUtles
who make up Canada's population.
The first showing will be at
Division 3's party on April 17,
SOME HAND EH?
Last night I held a little hand
So dainty and so sweet
I surely thought my heart would
break
So wildly did It beat.
No other hand ln all the world
Could greater solace bring
Than that sweet hand I held last
night
Pour Aces and a King.
CHASE STUDENTS
TAKE PART
IN GUILD PLAYS
A number of pupils of Chase
school are taking part In the plays
to be produced in Chase April 35 and
36 by the Chase Amateur Drama
GuUd. Some of the pupils are taking
parts ln the play and others are
helping with the numerous other
jobs so necessary for a good production.
Pat Goodrldge Is playing the part
of Anna Maria, the maid ln the play
"Icl On Parle Francals". Rose Roos
akes the part of Suzanne Dale tn
"Mrs Harper's Bazaar". There are
school-members appearing ln the
play "Quiet Home Wedding"; Shirley
RlddeU plays the part of Connie,
the bride; Marge Christy ls the re-
oorter, Miss McSnoop; Ron McNary
plays the part of Bill Gadwood; and
Rae Roblllard is Jody Dodd. Others
helping with the production are
Margaret Danks, who is assisting as
a prompter, and Bob Quibcll and
Charlie Anderson, who are making
certain properties for the plays.
STUDENTS COUNCIL
So far the Students Council has
had a very successful year. Every
Saturday night they have sponsored
dances of which 40 per cent of the
total goes to the building fund. Once
a month the Students CouncU takes
40 per cent.
The Students Council has elected
an Auditors Board which checks the
books of the different school activities, at the end of every month.
They have also bought lumber with
which Grade 7 are making a
museum.
At the end of the school year the
Students Council expects to sponsor
a Graduation banquet and dance.
In the near future It ls expected
that the Students Council will buy
some sports equipment.
DANKS
Truck Hauling of Sawdust
and Wood
Reasonable prices
M. SPROTT
Watchmaker and Jeweller
Chinaware ��� Stationery
CHASE BOY SCOUTS
The Boy Scouts of Chase are pro
pressing very well and are busy with
Ihetr Tenderfoot tests. A number
have sent for uniforms and soon the
troop will be completely uniformed
The group ls registered and an Investiture Is planned for the near
future. The group committee for
the Chase troop ls composed of Mr.
C. WaddeU, Mr. A. G. Gay and Mr.
L. Goodrldge. The troop obtained
staves for themselves on their recent
hike. Other hikes are planned for
he Easter hoUdays.
GOODRIDGE'S DAIRY
Fresh Milk Delivered Morning
and Night
W. F. MONTGOMERY
PHOTOGRAPHER
Logging Scenes      Nature Study
BIRDHOUSE
CONTEST
The Audubon club had a Bird-
house contest from Friday, March
39, to Monday, April 1. The Judges
of the contest were Mr. Montgomery
and Mr. Conchie.
The winners were:
Class Ajrj
David Thompson  1st prize
BobbyRdbtUard  3nd prize
Victor Skeljee 3rd prize
Class B���
LcsUe McConnel  1st prize
Roy Wltala Snd prize
Joan Peterson  3rd prize
Class C���
Tommy Sakakl 1st prise
Jim Roblllard, Bob Qulbelle, and
Bill Qulbelle were accorded "special
mention."
Notice
to our friends and business
associates
THE SNACBAR at Chase wUl be
known as "THE STEAK HOUSE"
as of this date. Completely renovated new counters. Fishing
tackle and fishing Information.
We carry as nice a stock of files
as there ls in the Interior.
Junior Red Cross
A Junior Red Cross was organized
In Division 3 ln September. The
children have shown great Interest
In their work.
They have raised the sum of $8
through donations and the selling
of Red Cross magazines. Five dollars were sent to the Red Cross to
be used to aid crippled children.
The children are now engaged In
making scrap-books, They also enjoy
their Red Cross program every
second Friday, which consists of
talks and health quizzes.
Buy Your School Supplies
at the
CHASE SCHOOL CO-OP
REASONABLE PRICES
STUDENTS BEGIN
WORK ON ANNUAL
The students of Chase School have
started plans to publish a school
annual. This will be a record of all
activities of the school during the
past year. It will be complete with
photographs and numerous other
Interesting articles.
The Annual staff selected Is as
follows:
Editor in Chief���Pat Goodrldge,
Assistant Editor���Irene Sllander.
Literary Editor���Pat Brooke.    ,
Publishing Manager���Ben Granberg.
Business Manager���Ivan WaddeU.
Cartoons and Humorous Editor���
Tommy Sakakl.
Sports Editor���Tom Christy.
Advertising Manager ��� Jean and
Sibyl Llnvelle.
Circulation Manager���Jack Herman.
Photography Club���Photo Club.
Representative Division 3���Johnny
Anderson.
Representative Division 3 ��� Joyce
Llnvelle.
The Annual staff expects to have It
published by the first of June.
Calvary
Tabernacle
Raster
REV. JOHN W. KNIGHT!
. Our Object:
The Glory of God and His
Christ, and your eternal
benefit.
Services:
Sunday 10:45 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.
Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. Page Four
THE ZENITH
Don't ISfM
THE EASTER MONDAY
DANCE
April tt
AT CHASE
Students Council
THE ENQUIRING
REPORTER
Question: "What are you going to
do ln the Easter holidays?"
Dot Wittner ��� "You'd be surprised." (That's what she thinks.)
Don Wittner���"Walt untU they get
here first."
Ben Granberg���"What I'm doing
now." (As he lazUy absorbed up all
the sun leaning against the school
building.)
Shirley RlddeU���"Nothing." (She's
going to be busy.)
Irene Sllander���"I'm going bike
riding."
Noreen Anderson���"I'm not."
Rose Roos���"Go farming."
Irene Loen ��� "I'm going to
Savona."
Frances Monteith ��� "Anythlng
crazy."
Margaret RlddeU���"Run around.
(Who with, I wonder?)
BUI Goodrldge���Wolf around, I
guess, and forget school. (That won't
be very hard to do.)
Jack Herman���Anything but
school work.  (He can afford that.)
Pat Brooke���"Loaf."
Pat Goodrldge���"TTiat's a good
question."
Jim McNary���"I don't know."
Jean LlnvUle���"Work, I suppose."
Alleen Fraser���"Kamloops, here I
come."
Della-Rae West���"I can't go any*
where 'cause Gramma sold her
farm."
Louise Crocker���"Stay at Chase."
(I wonder what Chase has?)
B1U McNary���"I'm going to the
ranch and herd pigs."
The
Underwood
Hotel
Rooms
Licensed Premises
���
Phone 6-K
The Hotel with the personality
Students Organize
Forum Club
On November 3 the High School
Students organized a Forum club. It
was decided to elect a new president
and secretary every month. The
meetings of the Forum club are held
every Friday. Tile program ls made
up of discussions, talks, speeches and
debates. So far all the students have
presented papers ln different sub*
Jects. It Is planned now to have two
minute-speeches of the student's
choosing. The purpose of the club
has been to give the students practice In parliamentary procedure
and public speaking. Before the
term ls finished we expect to have
numerous orators In the class.
Full Line of Groceries .
OSCAR
LYNNS
General Store
Phone 13M
*     '
We also carry the Best
ot Cattle and Chick Feed
'I think that I shall never see
A girl refuse a meal that's free,
A girl with hungry eyes not fixed
Upon a boy and thinks of tricks,
A girl who doesn't wear
A lot of Junk to match her hair,
But girls are loved by fools like me
'Cause I don't like to kiss a tree.'
Thought dead���until we all saw
Mr, Bower chasing Oscar, our fish,
around his home with a knife.
Oscar was taken out of the Little
Shuswap Lake to make a balanced
aquarium.
FULLER BRUSHES
Check this list for your
REQUIREMENTS:
Mops���Dry and Wet and Laun-
derable. Brooms���House brooms,
Push Brooms and Heavy Brooms
for barn and rough work. Bath
Brushes. Hair Brushes and many
other personal brushes. ..Detnal
Supplies. And many other lines
of .House-Cleaning Equipment
Our Wax and Polish Une cannot
be equalled.
Phone Chase 34-T or write
Gordon L. Parke, Sorrento, B.C.
WHEREthey ���
Many have left High School since
June 1939. We have made a survey
of those who left to see how far they
have gone. The principals between
1939-1046 have been Mr. C. C.
Wright, who Is now teaching ln the
Kamloops High School; Mr. P. L.
Murray, who ls teaching at Sooke,
B.C.; and our present principal ls
Mr. F. J. Bower.
1. Donald Bertrand ��� (Married)
(Navy)���Somewhere at Sea.
3, Louise Carlin���Working at Vancouver ln a book shop.
3. Keith DeWitt��� (Married) (Air
Force).
4. Sinclair Farris���(Navy)���Now ln
Vernon employed with Prov.
Dept. of Agriculture.
5. Alice Fraser���Teaching school at
Cloverdale.
6? Elizabeth Fraser���Nursing at
Essondale.
7. Allan GUmour���(Army)���Recently returned from overseas.
8. Elena GUmour���Working at C.P.
R. Depot ln Vancouver.
9. MaxweU Haldane���(Army) Stationed at Chilliwack.
10. Miriam Korbi���Working as secretary ln Uneeda Towel and
Linen Supply at Vancouver.
11. Brenda Lynn���Teaching school
at Monte Lake.
13. Margaret Under wood ��� (nee
Margaret Malcolm) Living at
Vancouver.
13. Caroline Tarry���(nee Caroline
Mattey) Living at Adams Lake.
14. Art Miner (Airforce) (Married)
Working ln a packing plant at
Vancouver.
15. Warren Miner ��� Working at
Chase.
16. Thelma Hatten (nee Thelma
Monteith) Living at Princeton.
17. Rae Shaw���(Army) Hairdresser
at Vernon.
18. Eugene West���(Army) Recently
returned from overseas.
10. Elno Witali��� (Army) Living at
Chase,
30. Dorothy Loffmark���Working ln
the Immigration Department in
Seattle, Wash.
33. Eric DeWitt���(Navy)) Living at
Prince George.
33. Howard Gatln���(Airforce) Stationed at Edmonton.
34. Roy Makl���Working at Kings-
way Service Station at Kamloops.
36. Frank Mosher���(Navy) Somewhere at Sea,
36. Melvin Peck���(Army) (Married)
Living at Vancouver,
37. Terrence Reid���(Navy) Working
ln the woods at Blue River. At
one time the EDITOR of the
Zenith.
38. Ellen Sauve (nee Ellen Pelto)
Living ln Vanoouver,
3��. George Saarl ��� (Army) Now
working on the CP.R. at Revelstoke,
30. Lois Andersen���Living at Chase.
31. John Thomson ��� (Army) Stationed overseas.
33. Don West���(Airforce) (Marrledl
Working at Vancouver. ;'
33. Rhona Blbby���High School ln
Kamloops.
34. Violet Hudson ��� (nee Violet
Christy) Living at Chase.
35. Elmer Ferguson ��� (Navy) Sta-
^   tloned at Vancouver.
86. Leonard Gatln���(Airforce) Living at home.
37. Jack Mosher���Working at Sheet
Metal Works ln Vancouver.
38. Margaret McConnell���Working,
In Princeton Hospital.
30. Mary Nakashlmida ��� Dress
maker at Westwold.
40, Donald Paterton���C.P.R. operator.
41. Elvi Pelto���Nurse In training at
the Provincial Mental Hospital,
Essondale.
43. Pat. Shaw���Working at Tran-
quille Sanatorium.
43. Jean Andersen���Clerk at Dal-
glelsh's at Kamloops.
44. Joyce Andersen���Clerk at Mc-
Call's at Kamloops.
15. Gordon ->n-M"-(Mnrrled) Living at Saskatoon.
46. Marvelle Ferguson���(Army) I^jtr
ing at Chase. ^*
47. Elaine Monteith ��� (nee Elaine
Branham) Living at Turtle Valley.
48. Tomio Nakashlmida���Working
at Quick Service Garage at
Chase.
40. Feme  Davis���Stenographer  at
Provincial Mental Home at Essondale.
50. Joan DeWltt-HIgh School ln
Prince George.
The above list was prepared to tt*
best of our ability. If there are any
names left out or any changes, will
you please let us know and corrections will be made ln our next Issue
of "The Zenith".
SCHOOL MUSEUM
In order to accommodate all the
miscellaneous exhibits of tbe sohool,
Grade 7 has taken over the work of
set'.lng up a School Museum.
Margaret RlddeU ls Museum Curator,
The boys���Johnny Anderson, Leslie
McConnell, Bobby Brooke and Roy
Witala���are constructing showcases,
while the girls���Margaret RIMell,
Alleen Fraser, Betty Brooke and
Aiko Sakakl���are collecting and arranging the exhibits.
The students are doing very good
work and their museum wlU be an
asset to the school.   *
Crash Landing ���a break-up with
your steady.
Anchors Aweigh���goodbye,

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