MRSSS Highlights

Thursday, May 7, 1964

The honor roll for April (based on third term standings) has been issued and is as follows:

Grade 13. Second class, Jeff Mellor, Lynne Stobbs, Julie Whitehead.

Grade 12. First class, Elizabeth Brooke, John Dittrich, Jennifer Johnston, Joanne Schill, Gloria Solodki, Sophia Van Den Born, Marieke Van Der Pauw. Second class, Bob Axford. Janet Carruthers, Bryan Dobie, Henry Dunbar, Keith Fraser, Helen Friesen, Matti Huhtala, Paul Jones, Robert Lockhart, Hannah Lotscher, Marian McGillivray, Karen Nielsen, Janice Pearson, Donna Phillips, John Struthers.

Grade 11. First class, Toni Arber, Pauline Craig, Alice Kleaman, Lenore Lync h, Lynne Taber, Barbara Trethewey, Dawne Verigin. Second class, Bill Burrell, Judy Clappison, Lynn Fraser, Terry Funk, Evelyn Godfrey, Elaine Hansen, Edward Holtby, Gaby Hunken, Robert King, Sandy Morrison, Beverley Romas, Vivian Salvail, Ed Stipp.

Grade 10. First class, Pat Blow, Michael Cardwell. Barry Child, Dave Fraser, Bruce Hornidge, Anne McDonald, Mary-Lou Maxwell, Michael Quigley, Arlene Rhodes, Ron Williams. Second class, Lynn Abra, Lynn Ansell, Howard Baker, Graham Bleasdale, Linda Bowker, Ewen Cameron, Gary Cleave, Susan Gibson, Susan Kirk, Donna McNab, Kathryne Morlang, Louise Riddell, Marvin Scheirer, Reg Schindelka, Donna Soles, Drusilla Wilson, Dilys Wilton.

The Spring Prom will be held on Friday evening, May 8 from 8 to 12 p.m. The social will be semi-formal with the Nocturnals providing the music, tickets are being sold at school and at the door.

Candidates for Prom Queen are: Marion Fisk, Carol Lizzee, Barb MacPherson, Sherry Phillips and Sophie Van Den Born. Candidates for Prom King are: Duncan Finnigan, Jim Hestermann, Bob Lockhart, Rick Pesklevits and Greg Sharpe.

Tickets for the International Exposition are now on sale through students of the school. The Exposition, to be held on Friday, May 22, features various displays and two 2-hour long stage shows.

On Monday evening, May 1, a group of honor roll students enjoyed a trip to the U.B.C. Memorial Gym where they viewed a performance by the famous Danish gymnastic team. The two-hour long show featured varied and exciting gymnastic feats as well as folk dancing by the members of the team.

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