On Monday, Jan. 6. an assembly was held in memory of Paula Martin and David Clark, both students from MRSSS. Principal D. A. Voth delivered a short eulogy recalling Paula’s co-operativeness and willingness during the years she was a student at the school; and David, who finished his studies during the 1962-63 school year and went on to the University of B.C.
Vice-principal H. Hooge gave a reading from the Bible, which was followed by the Lord’s Prayer and a one-minute period of silence. The students were bereaved at this tragic loss, and their utmost sympathies are extended to the parents.
Report cards were handed out to students on Friday, January 17.
The second Ridge Rambler of the 1963-64 year is expected to be rolled off the presses this week and distributed on Friday, January 24.
An assembly is planned for January 27, which will take the form of a panel discussion. Included in the panel will be local officials and ministers (including Pastor Emberg). The panel will present various arguments which students may question.
On “The Morning Show” (CBUT-Channel 2) at 11 on January 27, Students’ Council president Brian Pendleton and Girls’ Sports Rep. Muriel Kvern will appear along with Reeve Jenewein, Pastor Emberg, and other local officials to discuss problems in Maple Ridge, which the Pastor has brought to light.
A roller-skating party will be held in January, students travelling to the Edmonds Roller Rink by bus.
The next social will be held Thursday evening, Feb. 13, with the theme “Cupid Capers.”
The second-term honor roll will be in next week’s Gazette.
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