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A large crowd was on hand

"A large crowd was on hand for the 15th annual graduation exercises held at Sir William Osler School last Thursday. Thirty seven grade eight students received their graduation diplomas. The graduation diplomas were presented by the principal, Mel Mitchell and teacher Jim Breen. A number of other awards were also presented. Winner of the penmanship award, presented by Miss Ethyle Breedon, was Pamela Barnes. The citizenship award, donated by the Imperial Daughters of the Empire, was Kevin Horner. The award was presented by Mrs. June Brown. The Tec-We-Gwill Women's Institute Trophy for English, presented by Mrs. Bruce Keffer went to Douglas Jessop. He also won the Fisher's Corner Old Boy's Trophy for general proficiency, presented by Mrs. Orville Hughes. The valedictorian address was made by Jan McQuiggan. The grade eigh graduating class members are: Valerie Allen, Beverley Atkins, Pamela Barnes, Linda Bishop, Paul Bookalam, Cathy Carmichael, Julia Czako, Greg Davis, Ross Elliott, Darrin Gamble, Kevin Horner, Janice Hounsome, Fay Ingersoll, Douglas Jessop, Robert Kalnins, Greg Lane, Diane Lapp, Frank Lovejoy, Laurie MacRae, David McCasey, Jan McQuiggan, Aileen Money, Billy Moore, Roger Nelson, Chris O'Reilly, Mark Palmer, David Paton, Barbara Ramsay, Brigette Saniga, David Scales, Ricky Scott, Dennis Scott, Tommy Scott, David Slinerland, Carol Treacher, Lisa Tuplin, Norman Walker."

George Jackson

Alison Beatty Grad

"Ms. Alison Leigh Beatty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Beatty of R.R. #2, Bradford, recently graduated from Women's College Hospital, School of Nursing in Association with Ryerson Polytechnical Institute."

George Jackson

Allan Faris Graduate

"Allan Keith Faris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray G. Faris, Maple Farm, Bradford, received his B.A. degree in Geography from Guelph University on May 22."

George Jackson

Brenda Breen Graduate

"Brenda J. Breen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Breen, Bradford, graduated recently in Nursing from Osler Campus, Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology, Toronto."

Cathy Lucas

"Bradford District High School has one Ontario Scholar this year: Cathy Lucas of RR 1, Lefroy, with an average of 80.2 per cent. Eighteen-year-old Cathy will go on to York University in the fall to study physical education and mathematics, but she said Monday that she hasn't made up her mind about what she wants to do when she graduates. Ontario scholars receive a $100 cheque to help defray the costs of expenses in university."

George Jackson

Copeland, Elizabeth - Graduate

"Elizabeth Margaret Copeland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Copeland of Newton Robinson, graduated from St. Joseph's Campus of George Brown College July 18th, 1975. Beth will be joining the staff of Peel Memorial Hospital in Brampton."

Bradford Witness

David Blackwell graduates

"At the autumn convocation of the University of Western Ontario, London, on October 24, David S.L. Blackwell, son of Dr. and Mrs. G.L. Blackwell, received his Doctorate of Philosophy degree in Organic Chemistry. David is employed by the 3-M Company of Canada, Ltd. in London as an analytical chemist in the field of Industrial Hygiene."

Debra Shipley Graduate

"Debra Ann Shipley, daughter of Corporal and Mrs. Bruce Shipley of Grand Bend, Ontario and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Campbell of Bradford, recently graduated from Sheridan College School of Nursing in Mississauga. She has accepted a position at Toronto General Hospital."

Eric Saunter Graduated

"Eric Saunter of Churchill graduated on Friday with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from the University of Guelph. The graduate, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Saunter will be attending Althouse College, University of Western Ontario in London this fall."

Good-bye BPS say students

"Thirty five students said good-bye to Bradford Public School last Thursday evening. The school also said farewell in a ceremony for the graduates. A large crowd of parents filled the auditorium for the hour long awards presentation followed by coffee and donuts. Sharon Dakin was the top student with an overall average of 91.6. For her hard work she received awards for the highest mark by a girl and also the general proficiency award for the highest marks in the class. A top student in history with a mark of 92.9. Sharon received a history award from the local branch of the Imperial Order of Daughters of the Empire. Blair Melton, with an average 81 per cent received the award for the highest marks by a boy in the grade eight class. The other award of the night, for good fellowship as voted by the class, went to Burton Stoddart. The guests on the stage were Sam Neilly, school board trustee for the area of Simcoe County School Board and Wes Nelson a retired teacher who worked as a supply teacher at the school this year. The master of ceremonies was the grade eight teacher Roger Barker. At the end of the evening the students presented Mr. Barker with a momento of their appreciation. Miss Terry O'Brien, the French teacher presented oral French certificates to the students. In addition to collecting awards Sharon Dakin gave the valedictory address. She remembered the nights staying up until two in the morning studying for tests then falling asleep during the test because of lack of sleep. Sharon finished with thanks to her teachers for their help. The graduating class for 1975 at Bradford Public School are: Larry Allision, Faye Allan, Norman Allan, Elizabeth Avard, Lesley Barker, Larry Beekink, Nancy Bell, Kerry Sue Brintnell, Sharon Dakin, Peter Everitt, Brett Ewart, Stephen Feir, Ron Foerter, Jon Gittnes, Barbara Graham, Kelly Graham, Susan Heighington, Jim Law, David Lloyd, Judy MacMillan, Blair Melton, Barbara Noble, Susan Robertson, Nancy Saint, Rick Scragg, Susan Sheffield, Patricia Skitteral, Betty Stoddart, Burton Stoddart, Brett Thompson, Derel Thompson, Harold Thompson, Susan Thompson, Gary Timbers and Scott Tupling."

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