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Bradford High School Entrance Examinations

An article with the results from the Bradford High School Entrance Exam.

Roland Garrett
Elmer Kneeshaw
John Faris
Thomas Sloane
Gertrude Kneeshaw
May Saint
Beatrice McLean
Harry Armstrong
James C. Smith
Percy Selby
Lenna Dedman
Howard Graham
Bert Harman
Wilfred Magee
Fred Collings
Alice King
Alice Holtorf
Philip Boddy
Florence Stibbs
Luella Kneeshaw
Helen Kiteley
Irene Gordon
DOnald McKay
Harry Fraser
Ferguson Sutherland
Lorenzo Harvey
Dorothy Tyrwhitt
Hattie Cobourn
Olive Bateman
Harry Manning
Rolson McAfee
Norman Steele"

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Bradford High School Exams

An article about Dr. Lewis H. Campbell. He is mentioned as one of the students from Bradford High School travelling to Toronto for exams.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Life cup winner

"A delighted Stephen Bainborough holds the silverware he collected at Bradford District High School commencement last week. Stephen was the people's choice for the Student Life Cup given to the Grade 12 student who has made the most worthy contribution to school life. Principal Don Nielsen sits beside him."

Peter Smith and Lesley Barker proudly display trophies

"Peter Smith and Lesley Barker proudly display the trophies they won last Thursday at the Bradford District High School's Drama Night. Lesley and Peter won the best actress and best actor awards for the second year in a row, the first time that has happened in the history of the school. The judge's decision was wildly applauded by the audience."

George Jackson

Singing God's glory

"Fifteen young people in the Bradford area have made a Hebrew word famous in Simcoe County.They are a singing group called Tushiyah. When the group formed four years ago, one of their members, Allan Faris, sat in the English classroom at Bradford High School with a huge Hebrew dictionary on his knee. He kept calling out words. The members decided Tushiyah suited their aims. It means the ability to help, especially by directing. Now they are a professional group of singers and musicians who have performed for large audiences in many places throughout Southern Ontario. Four years ago, they were just members of the Inter-School Fellowship group at Bradford High who had learned songs for a variety night at school."

George Jackson

Students harvest 'for the fun of it'

"'For the fun of it.' That's the reason Grade 9 student Sandra Smith gave as she and about 180 other young people from Bradford District High School (BDHS) pitched in last Wednesday to help six Holland Marsh farmers with the harvest. Sandra and her co-workers came to the rescue after hearing that many farmers are behind in their work because the wet summer and fall limited the use of heavy harvesting machinery. The students worked free of charge and earned the gratitude of the farmers, including Jack Van Es who asked some of them back on Saturday to work for pay. Walter Yarmoluk said the students harvested about $2,000 worth of onions for him, focusing mainly on land still too wet for machinery. Mr. Yarmoluk said he has never experienced such wet conditions in 32 years of farming, from 1938 to 1955 and from 1962 to the present. This year he lost three acres of carrots and two acres of beets because of the rain. The project had to be approved by the Simcoe County school board superintendent, according to Carrol Good, guidance teacher at BDHS. It was considered an emergency situation that is not likely to be repeated this year, she said."

Jim Dalziel


"The most surprised winner at the Bradford District High School Commencement, Friday was Anne Saint. Only two award winners had not been announced before the ceremonies. Miss Saint won one of these awards - the Student Life Cup. It is given to the student completing Grade 12 who has made the most worthy contribution to school life. In addition to her many other activities, Anne is the Witness correspondent for the high school. A big winner at the Bradford District High School commencement last Friday was Jacqueline Kulha. She won the J.C. Wood Scholarship of $300 for the highest aggregate in six Grade 13 subjects. In addition, she took the Municipality of Bradford prize for the highest standing in Grade 13 and the science prize for the highest aggregate in tow Grade 13 sciences. Miss Kulha is seen here holding the J.C. Wood and Bradford prizes."