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When you look at a yearbook, you are seeing the finished product of many hours of thought
and effort. Perhaps it is hard to comprehend the extent of work necessary to produce a year-
book unless you have been directly involved. Every page demands planning and care, one
"simple" page, for example, may look like:
Not many people realize the responsibilities of being co-editors of Samara (neither did we)
but thanks to the support of our committees however, we managed to survive the ups and
downs (ins and outs) of producing a yearbook. As is quite apparent, there have been many
changes, a few of which are the colour and the addition of new sections which, we hope, add a
more personal approach to the book.
For this we owe our thanks to Carina, whose help was invaluable, and also to Andrea and
Alison who faced the challenge of the advertising world for us. A special thanks must be ex-
tended to all staff members for their patience and co-operation.
We wish the best of luck to next year's committee.
flGUv/ifes' . .
As always, we owe a tremendous amount of
thanks to Mrs. Aldous; for her ability to
organize, co-ordinate and oversee the many
facets of Elmwood life, as well as teaching Art
History to seven grades!
Samara especially owes her thanks for her
amazing knowledge of all the students' names -
without her help, we could never have com-
pleted all the lists under the photographs in this
The Samara staff have asked me to
say a few words as has been done in
previous years, for this edition of
The year has been an ex-
traordinarily busy one with the
increased enrolment. Every room
has been used to capacity and the offi.ces and staff room
have hummed with activity. As you go through these
pages you will see the record of all that has been done.
Do take note of the sports pages and see how we have
branched out into new areas. Entertainment by both
junior and senior schools have given everybody much
pleasure and will be long remembered.
Thank you and good luck to all the Samara staff with
their clicking cameras and busy typewriters, their search
for sponsors and their efforts to prod the dilatory
Mrs. Whitwill (Headmistress)
Marie is Elmwood's resident
gourmet cook. She makes soup for all
the lunches and, when supplied with
the ingredients, can whip up terrific
lunches for Sports Day and the
STANDING: Mrs. J. Green, Mrs. J. Sigmund.
SEATED: Mrs. D. Brandejs.
We wish to thank all the administrative staff for
their patience and continued help throughout the
Ask anyone in the school what it is
Jan does and the answer will be
'everything.' It seems that whenever
anything needs doing, Jan is there to
do it, and the next time you turn
around, it's done! Thank you Jan for
your continued help!
Pre feci £
This year we've been faced with the predictable duties and
tribulations of prefecthood: organizing Spirit week, counting
house points, and of course, trying our best to ignore "broken
rules!" However, it is not only the prefect body that has sup-
ported this year's activities; the rest of Grade 13 must be equally
thanked and appreciated for their contribution.
Back Row: Zoe
Martin, Sandi Zagerman,
Pam Houwing, Candy
Warren. Front Row: Beth
Swift, Jill Reid, Patzi
Montero, Michelle Hall,
Under the popular misconception that she actually had
some brains, Rachel promoted herself to Grade 13 (not
without some bribery and general connivance) . . .
However, Rachel has been somew hat of an amusement with
her tattered mink and her ridiculous hat collection. History
class has not been the same. She manages to wake everyone
up with her frequent interjections of "Kill the Monster!"
From what we can gather this girl is the Rona Barrett of the
future. She is never without some little tit-bit of general
information and has a finger in every pie. Her tact however,
is phenomenal. Our little go-go girl who paints herself
purple for parties tends to leave a lasting impression on
people and other valuables. Don't forget her name, Rachel
is on her way to fame.
"Yet who would have thought the old man had so much
blood in him." Shakespeare.
Every so often, we all come to know a very special type of
person; one who can see beauty in the ugly and importance
in the trivial, and from these select few, we can learn a lot.
Michelle is one of these people; she loves donut runs,
Ashbury hockey games, counting calories in carrots,
fluorescent green leotards and . . . no, no, no! Arriving at
Elmwood in Grade nine, Michelle has spent five "short"
years studiously preparing for med-school while at the same
time running a "between-classes" clinic at her house, and
yet being a consistently terrific prefect. Good luck next
"In the midst of winter I finally learned that there was in
me, an invincible summer." Albert Camus
Pam is not like other people; she gets up at five o'clock
sharp to do her homework, in between milking the chickens
and feeding the horses and various other mild affairs (you
can tell that seven years of Elmwood life have gotten to
her!) in her palatial Quebec estate. And, on the subject of
wild life; our little Carmalita Poop is no longer a shrinking
violet! - she started to swear in Grade 12 - and has been
moseying on down to the vet's office, and it's not to get a
check-up! Unfortunately, Pam has not been able to speak
ever since Bubblicious hit the market. Scooting around the
g>. market to pick up bags of Ritchie's feed and seed, Pam's
fli determined little face, under the influence of a Bubblicious
hit, is known throughout the town.
Is it because it's springtime that Heather wears her
rubber boots and yellow raincoat? No No No! Heather is
just trotting over to Ashbury to see Ducky! Her peanut-
butter-and-chocolate-chip creations will live on; we think it
is all part of a massive plot (and we mean massive) to whom
everyone owes a few pounds. When not studiously working
(ha! ha!) Heather manages to fit in regular sessions of
Dallas, Hercules, Another World and long sessions on the
phone. Usually to be found hopping to the bop at the
Coffee Houses, Heather did have a rather intriguing date
for the semi-formal. Heather's taste in food includes milk
and ginger ale, hot chocolate in whipped cream, tea in sugar
and dry salt water crackers (but not all at once). Heather's
CORRECT uniform, to which Mrs. Harwood-Jones can
cheerfully attest, sets an example to us all. Plagued by the
severe and contagious fakeritis, cured only by large doses of
party-going, one of Heather's redeeming qualities is her
ability to sing and dance AND know all the words at the
When an Ecuadorian princess monkeyed her way into
Elmwood, we thought she was God's gift from South
America. Her bubbling sense of humour and terrific
outlook on life has kept us going all year. Patzi's plans are:
to join her parents in Germany and do even better in her
studies than she did here - a million dollar brain! She will
leave us with fond memories of a girl who is, and always
will be, truly sincere. To Patzi we say; Buena suerte y
esperamos que tu regreses.
Besos y abrazos, La Clase del 80.
Sarah is amongst five of us who has been at Elmwood for
seven years. The list of Sarah's accomplishments is endless
. . . her ability to keep us smiling with her incredible laugh,
her record breaking time in returning the "Wagon" to
Peter at Ashbury, her skiing, being head of Nightingale
house and especially her serving the 3:1 ratio in her '79
Spanish class - ircecuerdas Sarah's plans are uncertain at
the moment but we wish her all the best of luck for the
"There are places I'll remember
All my life though some have changed
Some forever not for better
Some have gone and some remain
All these places had their moments."
Lennon and McCartney
This is Mojgan's second year at Elmwood and though we
originally thought of her as one of the more quiet members
of the class we now know better (after seeing her firmly
initiated into the "ways of the west," not to mention a
rowdy birthday party at the Hayloft). Once again she has
done the unbelievable, three maths. Despite her frequent
"oh you guys, I failed" we know she has nothing to worry
We're sure she has a great future ahead of her
fh) wherever she goes, and whatever she does. Good luck in
K Canada, We'll miss you Mojgan!
Jilly Bungle Beans has been skating and bouncing around
our beloved Elmwood for seven L-O-N-G years. She may
appear to be a conformed Elmwoodian, but behind the
scenes, holey bloomers and cut-up tights galore! This girl's
addiction to coffee is monumental - watch out for the
Jekyll-Hyde syndrome each morning!! Never the wall
flower, Jill hosted one of her semi-orgies last year and,
despite the blackflies, everyone had a memorable time!
Thanks for the pancakes and coffee! Jill Reid's moves on
the dance floor would rival Gene Kelly or at least Raffi!
Perhaps Jill's first words were: Oh God! - give me the
gossip(!) but we can't be certain. Jill's mad fling in Paris
hasn't given her a taste for Art History which, if she
manages to escape Elmwood's clutches, she will probably
take at Queens. That is, if she ever finds her way - she has
great navigating powers - right Pam! Words of Advice:
Don't follow your nose!
Zoe 'plie-ed' her way into Elmwood after three wild years
at Lisgar - she claims that the change of schools was the last
effort in her reformation. However, the original Granola
Girl has introduced to us life's other side: purple, henna,
and New Wave! When she's not leaping around the top
floor, she's working at the Pigeon Bleu for her year-long
trip around the world. After that, Zoe plans to move to
Europe and major in Art History - as well as the art of
Adieu tout le monde, a bientot peut-etre!
Grade thirteen has been known for its craziness and one
of our most ardent crazies is Sue. Since dropping in at the
beginning of grade ten, she's tried to change the face of
Elmwood single-handedly. Sue's curly top (natural or
unnatural that is the question) has somehow managed to
keep order in prayers: who could believe that booming
voice came from little "hue". Sue manages to fill her time
well; from the officer's mess to her private terror - "Math
tutoring", not to mention being a "perfect prefect". Sue's
much appreciated talent for singing and songwriting will
undoubtedly carry her to great heights. So don't forget us
when you're rich and famous Sue.
"First you must say to yourself what you would be and
then do what you have to do." Epicteteus
Caroline joined our ranks in Grade Eleven just in time to
become one of the many quiet rebels of the renowed
"Terrible Twelves" of '79. Since then she has been an
ardent supporter of everything from Fry House Meetings to
our massive Grade Thirteen Bake Sales. "Are there really
Smarties in those cookies?" Caroline can always be found
in the COMMON ROOM corner madly studying History
and Economics oblivious to the weird and wonderful antics
of those around her. Her plans in the future include
university at Queen's or Carleton. Best of luck in the future
Caroline and keep smiling.
"As for the future,
Your task is not to forsee,
But to enable it."
Beth arrived at Elmwood just before Christmas in Grade
Ten and during her three and a half years here our
American import has managed to learn and contribute to
the devious ways of the class of '80 as well as being a terrific
Senior Prefect. She sympathizes greatly with this year's
Samara editors as she nostalgically recalls the classic
question - "You want it by WHEN, Mrs. Davies?!?!!"
Although she frequently forgets lunch duty (Thank God for
Patzi)!!! and breaks all school uniform rules with her
psychedelic sweaters, her innocent smiles ( 100 % foolproof)
gets her out of trouble everytime. Although she claims to
have no definite future in front of her, we can all see her
ing off into the sunset with Frank. We love you Beth
with a story like this, you'll have to live happily ever
Our frizzy-haired blond bombshell from Venezuela is the
heart-throb of Carleton and Ashbury. During her short
visit, she managed to develop her numerous talents and
assets, and has left many a girl envious. Often known for
her forthright opinions, Shireen does not hold much back -
we sometimes wonder if the Venezuelan sun affected her
particular attitudes! Her weekend biology field trips are a
constant source of interest to all on Monday mornings
studying the plants hard, Shireen? However, her discretion
is part of her charm and attraction. We wish you the best of r
luck wherever you go, whatever you do.
Buenos Suerte /
One of the oldie goldies (and we do mean goldie, Miss
Warren - or Warrenburger, Warrino or la Warrenette, as
she is variously known) joined Elmwood in Grade 5 at the
young and impressionable age of nine. For seven years she
burned the midnight oil and managed to collect a slew of
prizes, merits, and other academic miscellanea. In grade 12,
as co-editors of Samara, she and Beth devoted countless
hours to the school yearbook throughout the year and into
the summer months. However, Candy also discovered New
Wave, which resulted in a changed outlook, a change in
hair color and slightly bizarre dancing at the Ash-
bury/ Elmwood social functions. A frequent shrieker at the
'Broken Arms' for Davey, Kit and the drummer, along with
others, she found fame and the bright lights in the CBC
studio this summer. She also hit the boards (literally) as the
scarecrow in this year's production of The Wizard of Oz
(who knows what will come of that)? Her plans are
somewhat vague but she hopes to attend university in
Canada or England soon and possibly to go to France.
Liz has been faithfully going to Ashbury for Music
classes through the years and her performances in the band
have been at least inspirational. She has made quite a name
for herself, or pointedly her driving abilities, on numerous
trips to Baskin and Robins. Her domestic front hides
numerous behind-the-scences romances. She cooks and
bakes and eats and sleeps and well . . . you know . . . she's
sane and normal. She loves children and plans to become a
child psychologist . . . Well, we all have our problems!
Good luck Liz!
What can be said about the multi-faceted Miss Warwick?
To begir\ at the beginning, Sian entered Elmwood at the
slightly-less-than-innocent age of 11 in grade 7. However,
having reached the mature heights of grade 13, she can now
look back on her "high school career" with more than a
little laughter. During the seven or so years, she has been
involved in two plays (not type cast as some would argue) as
Grumpy in "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," as the
Wizard in the "Wizard of Oz." Peripherally involved in
academia, she manages to combine studying and working
with hysteria-filled dancing sessions in the common room.
She is also a current member of the Hen Party, having
produced some interesting results after her bouts with the
henna - to the continuous amazement of the English E
class. All in all, she has been a fairly vocal member of the
school, again both in and out of the classroom. Her plans
for the future include the Univ ersity of Toronto next fall lo
study languages or Political Science or Journalism or . . .
"Do not go gentle into the good night,
Rage, rage against the dying of the light."
Alias "Ziggy" is one of Elmvvood's oldies but goldies.
After eight years at Elmwood and surviving the task of
head girl she's finally prepared to face the outside world.
Sandi is known for her great spirits even when the going
gets rough. People will remember her for her oxfords,
imitations, nails, amazing hair but most of all her sincerity
which helped many of us through the year. Sandi has
struggled through many hardships such as formals, driving
tests (thrice) and Spanish tests. Next year Sandi hopes to
pursue a study in nursing science at Queen's or up in the air
- "Good evening-Welcome aboard!" Good luck to you
"Every man has a space
In his heart there's a place
And the world can't erase his fantasy."
Earth, Wind and Fire
Susie 'Twig' has been with us for two years. If she's not
rushing a yonder to Politics, Business or Religions . . she
can be found filling up the kettle for her cup o' coffee . . .
or out the back. Although often very quiet, at other times
she can be seen in the midst of Elmwood girls entertaining
them with her 'stories' . . . "Well girls," O.K. then, Jo! . . .
up the line on New Year's Eve ... a clandestine meeting
with Pierre . . . Lesgate . . . 'Joe'." Susie's extremely
unpredictable laugh never fails to put a smile on even the
most depressed of us. If anyone holds the record for the
fastest walker up and down the Springfield it's Susie! As
soon as that bell goes she's out the door and down the hill
to buy her doughnuts. Next year Susie plans to attend
Algonquin College for Secretarial Studies. Good luck Susie
and don't take any wooden nickels!
Famous last words:
Studying has been a necessary evil . . .
More evil than necessary!
Back Row: Mrs. Harwood-Joncs, Chun Donna Ling, Beatriz Padilla, Clare Butler, Sabine Jurgens, Liz
Seward, Mary Jane Pigott, Lily Lee-, Gladys Abankwa, Catherine Smith, Susan Isaac, Andrea Korda.
Front Row: Amanda Lovatt, Carina van Heyst, Heidi Hobday, Susie Hrnchiar, Chris Assad, Joanna
Fraync, Lise Paradis, Alison Lee, Heidi Blair, Sue Warren. Absent: Rosaline Ngan.
Gladys: Sports Captain: "Gladys! Who won the game last night? . . ."
"Was there one?"
Chris: "Laadies! Butt-time!"
Heidi B.: Hi Hie! "How's Harry?"
Clare: "Where's Clare?"
Joanna: Joanna's Pet Peeve: "Lunchbag letdown!"
Heidi H.: Must be she's got a crush on the Doc. Baby blue.
Susie (Twig): "Going out Chris?" Coffee, tea and Pierre.
Susan: "Who was that guy . . . Susan?"
Sabine: Keep on running, but not loo far from us!
Andrea: "Who was on the bus this morning?"
Alison: "I need morcs-x practice."
Lily: Absent again, must be Chinese New Year again!
Donna: Please! Let me be on your team . . . !
Amanda (Spidey): "1 don't know what to think?" "Susie, help me!"
Rosaline: Be careful, she knows Kung Fu!
Lisc (Kermit): You have 10 kiss a lot of frogs before you meet a handsome prince.
Beatriz: Ay . . . yay! (Chairman of the Club. She resigned several times but never
failed to come back!)
Mary Jane (Miss Piggy): AAH! RAWS. + cheap wine . . . heaven ... 23 lates!
Lizzy: "Keep me away from the cookies, I musn'l eat!" Lizzy's Boarding House
Cathy: What? A Pignic in March?!
Carina: "1 made my eye contact!"
Sue (Purple Power): The six-handed pianist.
Back Row: Thea Reed, Carolann Swift, Elizabeth Ashworth, Tove Ghent, Alison Robey, Sue Bell
Claudia Fuerst. Front Row: Sheena Troop, Debbie Seropian, Kathy Suh, Fiona Gale, Olga Kanellakos
Shannon Jaegar, Farangis Bakhtiar, Lilia Rosada, Laurie Denison. Absent: Gillian Slader, Mrs. Peat.
Today was my first day at Elmwood and 1 walked in on the daily routine of bums-
up eyes-down check! Then I was brutally forced down to prayers. After prayers, the
class skipped English and once again Mrs. Davies didn't notice!! Soon came break
and as I came to the door 1 saw Sue Bell - Champion Woman Wrestler. Was I to be
her next victim? As I moved across the room I noticed Alison was burning the
Communist flag and Shannon was putting her customary flower on her cheek. From
the back of the room came an aroma of mint and alcohol but 1 didn't have to turn
around - it was Fiona eating her polos and drinking punch. Then suddenly I heard a
crunch, it was Laurie attacking a carrot. While Laurie was fighiing with her carrot
she bumped into Claudia who then proceeded to take revenge using a cup of water.
Well, the water missed Laurie but hit Tove who was busily combing her hair. Tove
also decided to take revenge. She ran to the bathroom - tripping over Kathy, Debbie
and Carolann who were gambling at backgammon (naughty girls). Soon the
classroom became a puddle of water and Olga, who didn't know how to swim,
started to drown. Thea, thinking it was an Ashbury guy drowning, came to the
rescue, but was disappointed. Meanwhile Sue Harris who was sitting on the window
sill started to laugh heavily and fell off. What a joke. Then there was Sheena quietly
sitting at her desk observing the whole situation. Farangis was babbling on in
Persian (was she swearing?) and Liz and Gill were arguing and fist fighting over who
had the best jokes but the joke was on them and the rest of the class when Mrs. Peat
swam in delivering Saturdays.
Phew what a day!
Back Row: Danielle Thompson, Mary White, Rosemary Clyde, Sue Wurtele, Shelley Donaldson. Front
Row: Lisa Stilborn, Jennifer Cheney, Janieta Eyre, Joanna Pocock, Victoria Mallett, Gillian Baker.
Abs.: Diana Fromow, Mrs. Turkington.
What should we do for Samara?
I don't know - let's write a poem!
Ummm . . .
Ha (thinks Lisa)
I don't want to put that in Samara
Do you know how stupid that looks?
Let's do that . . .
Jenny Cheney - mm . . . Okay . . . Does the Pope really
wear little red shoes under his gown?
Diana Fromow - Oh ya? fuzzysnotmay too!
Jill Baker - Sure, Okay, why not?
Janieta Eyre - Oh my God!
Lisa Stilborn - Frappe la rue. Right on . . ?
Rosie Clyde - Oh my God, I haven't done my
homework, I didn't know we had to do that!
Danielle Thompson - That's dumb!
Vicky Mallett - That's hilarious!
Joanna Pocock - Never mind.
Mary White - 1 love it (sarcastically).
Back Row: Miss Gwilym, Ann Raby, Fiona McLeod, Sandra Titus, Andrea Cardinal, Zhila Kashani-Nia,
Ann Tessier. Front Row: Sonia Dilawri, Liz Sellers, Chantelle Jenkins, Marina Folk, Caroline Martin,
Lesley Banner, Martha Gall, Tina Reilly, Jenni Leslie.
IF 9T WERE MUGGED, THEY WOULD YELL . . .
Mrs. Tilson - Shoo, Shoo!
Maureen Assaly - Oh!
Linda Booker - Cool me out!
Elise Braithwaite - I know Judo, Karate and all
those oriental words!
Paula Gilbert - OK, let's talk this out rationally!
Janet Ingram - Gee Whiz!
Susan Jones - Just get off my back!
Chris Kelly - Leave me alone, it's too early in the morning!
Alison Lawford - Help, Superman, Help!
Sarah Peat - Are you feeling OK?
Sheila Reid - What do I do now?
Anne Rogers - Bite my head off!
Heather Rogers - I'll sick my elephants on you!
Jessica Rudy - I'll call you tonight!
Back Row: Christine McCartney, Rosemary Todd, Lisa Mierins, Mrs. Outerbridge, Marion Jones, Lisa
Ostiguy, Amanda Gosewich. Front Row: Nuray Bamanie, Elizabeth Westley, Lisa Kelly, Vanessa
Thomas, Jane Lawson, Alix Cooper, Sarah Thorpe, Kathy Dick, Kalli Varaklis. Abs.: Adria Bow, Cathy
Alix with an "X," 5.M.D.T.T.W.E., Gucci, "You
Animals," Vanessa's map, "The Zoo - by Lisa O,"
tinkled, puffter, "Can I borrow a quarter?", knob, Get
stoned - drink wet cement, "M.J.", 1, 2, or 3, Ring my
bell - that DARN bell!, Howdy Doodie Time, like
terms, weave, One Tin Soldier, Slimathon, Grandma,
"Oh my hair," ties and shoes, powder puffs, highland
fling, Ozymandies, "much," "I clean up okay," Mr.
Bill, Hari Krishna, Mark with a "K," Marc with a "C,"
Jimmy, the guy from Lasalle, Reality - what a concept!,
Zepplin lives, Chaquita, "Mr. Bush, I can't seem to
find your bleep," Bill, David, Joe . . . , Monitors, "Oh
my God," prayer books, SATURDAY, Lisa M., breaks
the clock - oops, Kramer, co-ordination by Lisa O.,
history pre-test, Eraser Head, sidetracking, Maggie
Muggins vs. Pierre Cardin, Science Exam, Liz the clock,
Rose - sports, Nuray's sudden sickness, "You can't hear
without your glasses, nor can you see without your
glasses - so put them on," "my knee," "I'm just
joking," Greece, pretty colours, and last but not least -
MARGARET A SARNICKII LOVES YOU!
Trying out for the choir, Lizzy?
Time for roll call.
Back Row: Heather Stoltz, Jennifer Chorlton, Gina Pezoulas, Mrs. MacDonald, Daralyn Durie, Karen
Looye. Front Row: Charro Violante, Sherry Bradley, Glynis Marcus, Lorraine Edmonds, Stephanie
Greenberg, Caroline Garwood, Sabine Burchard, Maureen Murphy, Ruby Eggarhos.
Christina - Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.
Maureen - What is, is the was of what shall be.
Glynis - How do you like school? Closed! ! !
Steffi - NOTICE: School closed owing to illness. We're sick of working!
Caroline - Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.
Heather - When asked: How do you like children? She replied: Medium Rare.
Gina - Do unto others - then split!
Lorraine - A smile can last but a moment but a friendship can last forever.
Ruby - Lord, I want patience, and I WANT IT NOW! !
Jennie - Some people break their necks to study but others break their study to neck.
Daralyn - When I'm reading I wish you'd act like a banana and split!
Charro - Coochie-Coochie!
Anne - 1 can't wait to see my aunt Cheryl Tiegs and my seven brothers and sisters!
Karen - The Professor of the Magnitude that ocular devices can enlarge their state too!
Sherry - Last night I phoned - Peter, Bill, John, Chuck, Frank, Herman, Joe, Archie . .
Sabine - Jennie, you're such a KARTOFFEL KOPF! !
Back Row: Jennifer McClenahan, Elizabeth Preston, Lucy White, Lisa Powell, Elizabeth Trusdale,
Giselle Campeau, Mrs. Chance, Kim Kirby. Front Row: Marie-Jose Lopez, Chantal Ma/ur, Susannah •
Steers, Phillipa Sheppard, Jenni Cooper, Sarah Noyes-Roberts, Niquette Ruddock, Kathy Young,
Giselle Campeau - Do we have to?
Jenny Cooper - I'm a little rotifer!
Michelle Friend - Is it mental or physical?
Maria Lopez - Whaat? ... In Espagne.
Chantal Mazur - Pen-pal anyone?
Bissy - Mrs. Chance, would you please repeat the last
Sarah Noyes - Tee Hee Heee!
Lisa Powell - Mediterranean! ! !
Liz Preston - D'ya know what, d'ya know what?
Nicky Ruddock - Reeeally.
Philly Sheppard - A kiss is just a kiss.
Sue Steers - Dolphins forever.
Liz Trusdale - Just a rappin' to the beat.
Lucy White - Oh God! What a snob!
Katherine Young - That would have been a perfect
Mrs. Chance - Buck up, life isn't fair! ! !
Back Row: Alii Martin, Fiona Murray, Jennifer McConnery, Jennifer LeBlanc. Front Row: Marie
Violante, Annabel Mandy, Krista Wedekamm, Anne Thurgood, Leilana Farha, Anna Sherwood, Peggy
Staruch. Absent: Mrs. Looye.
THREE CHEERS FOR 7L
Fiona: Who has the smallest classroom?
All: 7L. Who else?
Alii: No wonder! It's just a walk-through: a corridor from the staff room.
Leilani: Yes! But who has TWO doors, THREE windows, THREE cupboards
and TWO blackboards?
Krista: Wow! We are FULL!
Peggy: Come visit our wall-to-wall zoo!
Annabelle: We even have a baby desk for the teachers.
Anna: Just think: in case of fire, we are the first ones out!
Anne: But as a group we are great . . . and so is the noise!
Maria: We are an international group: TEN Canadians and ONE Mexican.
Jennifer L.: We provide musical entertainment three times a day.
Jennifer Mc: And what a sporty class we are! We play volleyball with a surgical
glove, throw tin foil balls.
Annabelle: We have a personal airline: Fly at your own risk.
Peggy: Coffee, tea or milk? - NO DRINK in the classroom, Mrs. L.!
Leilani: And, alas, we have the only cheer that's been booed off the court.
Back Row: Mrs. McRae, Julie Anne Brunet, Cynthia Rhodes, Chantelle Brown, Susan Westley, Lisa
Hopkyns, Nicola Grainger. Front Row: Nadia Jacquot, Margaret Purdie, Meera Johri, Nicola Maule,
Rebecca Gwyn, Holley Knaus, Nerrin Bamanie, Christine Jodoin.
Amb.: Ambition. P.D.: Probable Destination. N.N.: Nickname.
Amb.: Opera star. Cindy: Amb.
P.D.: Singing the national anthem at a P.D.:
hockey game. Nicola M.: Amb.
Amb.: To live in Paris. P.D.:
P.D.: Mrs. Kermit, The Frog. fancl
N.N.: Reb. Margaret: Amb
Amb.: Ballerina. P.D.
P. D.: Bird cage cleaner. N.N.
N.N.:Jab. Chris: Amb
Amb.: Doctor. P.D.
P.D.: Patient. Nerrin: Amb
Amb.: Marry a Senator and have four P.D.:
P.D.: Marry a garbage man and have Madeleine: Amb.
four kids. P.D.:
N.N.: Frenchy. Lisa: Amb.
Amb.: Model. P.D.:
P.D.: Mannequin. Sue: Amb.
Amb.: To rule the world. Meera: Amb.
P.D.: 2nd Ayatollah Khomeinie. P.D.:
: Famous horseback rider.
Managing a merry-go-round.
: Gold Medalist.
President of the Bruce Jenner
A gong show contestant.
Saudi Arabian spy.
m Grade 6 ^
Back Row: Robyn Tavel, Alison Schmidt, Lucy Jones, Roberta Bouchard, Jennifer Deacon, Zilda
Kisaka, Rachel Soar, Milena Sigmund. Front Row: Lara Wilson, Anne de Mercado, Tassie Cameron,
Kara Munro, Bettina von Arnim, S.uzette Argo, Pippa Bannister, Mrs. O'Brien.
Suzette: Generous and thoughtful. Lives in a world of her own.
Pippa: Super form captain who is always on the go with a smile.
Roberta: Imagination and full of life.
Tassie: Full of fun and conscientious actress.
Jennifer: Quiet and good sense of humour. Watch out if she ever lets herself go!
Lucy: Bright and hard working. Funny and loves sports.
Zilda: Generous, always laughing and willing to do anything.
Kara: Cute, quiet, good sense of humour and questions a lot.
Alison: Bouncy, smiles a lot, good leader and likes to borrow.
Milena: Thoughtful, fast learner, good sense of humour and blushes easily.
Rachel: Kind, very giggly and likes ponytails.
Robyn: Sweet vice form captain, eager to learn and somewhat allergenic.
Bettina: Trilingual, polite and always laughing.
Lara: Outgoing, eager to learn and very athletic.
Anne: Kind and thoughtful - takes life with a grain of salt.
Mrs. O'Brien: An energetic leader of the pack with original ideas and a fair temper.
Back Row: Alexandra Merklinger, Gillian Hewitt, Mrs. Schmidt, Betsy Gall, Theodora Van Royen.
Front Row: Kim Ling, Samantha Gatti, Ashwina Bijoor, Jennifer Hopkyns, Eliza James, Victoria
Grossmann-Hansel. Absent: Gillian Lewis.
These are a few of our favourite things:
Ashwina: In the summer, eating ice cream in the pool.
Betsy: Dreaming of a large, blue hang-glider!
Samantha: Being glued to the seat of roller coaster.
Victoria: Eating fluffy, pink, cotton candy.
Gillian: Begging my parents for a white sting-ray!
Jennifer: Jumping, running, hopping and skipping around the soccer
Eliza: Cutting figure eights on the ice.
Gillian L.: Racing over green meadows on a black steed.
Kim: Feeding my white rabbit lucious lettuce.
Alexandra: Whizzing through the whirling snow on my cross-country
Theodora: Never saying neigh to a horse.
Mrs. Schmidt: Eating chocolate covered frozen bananas.
Back Row: (Left to Right): Tina Gellie, Elizabeth Davies, Adrian Harewood, Chad Yolkouskie, Andrew
Maule, Britt Christen/sen, Kevin McAuley, Robbie Butler, Sarah Kenny, Julie Ann Rickerd, Elanor
Brodie. Front Row: Laura Schmidt, Sarah Young, Alison Brotman, Adam Matthews, Paul Grodde,
Murray Forrester, Andrew Preston, Micheal Cripton, Robert Chinfen, Vanessa Smith, Mrs. Scott.
Kevin McAuley - Smurf collector supreme.
Julie Anne Rickerd - Hamburger freak.
Lizzie Davies - Orange ice-cream lover.
Adam Matthews - "Beeweast" ankle biter.
Murray Forrester - The Snoring Gorilla "Mindbath."
Sarah Kenny - The TV kid.
Elanor Brodie - "Monkey Brodie."
Vanessa Smith - Emulates apes often.
Andrew Maule - The Mule-headed man.
Paul Grodde - the "Grod" egghead.
Mike Cripton - Do not read this! If
you have got this far, please
inform your nearest Police
Chris Hartin - Spook Swimmer.
Robert Chinfen - Sleepyhead, popsickle freak!
Brit Christensen - Stamp and stone grabber!
Tina Gellie - Tina Weena, the builder.
Laura Schmidt - Chocolate Cake Monster.
Sarah Young - The World's Great Teddy Bear Lover.
Adrian Harewood - Curly! Put a cork in it!
Andrew Preston - The world will end to-
morrow. If you saw this notice
yesterday, please disregard it!
Robbie Butler - The Ultimate Card
Collector - over 4000.
The Beauty Around Me
Beauty is all around me
When I walk in the park at noon.
Robins singing in the trees,
And a thousand flowers in June.
A golden sun shines in the daytime,
A silvery moon at night.
New green buds that appear in May,
They're all a beautiful sight.
The flowers, the trees, the lakes
and the seas,
Beauty is all around me.
Down in the valley where
The old man lived.
Was a sparkling little stream
Where for gold he sieved.
One day "Eureka" he cried
As gold he discovered there,
And young men came and beat him up
And vultures picked his bones bare.
S.I. and C.B.
Oh dragon of a thousand tongues
Wielder of an energy and might
that will never tire,
Guardian of the golden fleece
Who was slain by the steel
of England's bold.
Inspired by the face with
so evil a leer,
Tales have told of death
Of the horror that life did on thou
As the myth of thy being doth
continue to grow.
At the end of the rainbow I can see
Fairies dancing joyfully.
And on their backs, multicoloured wings
are shimmering while the Fairy Queen sings.
But by the shimmering pot of gold
come the poor - both young and old.
They come by plane, taxi or car,
They come from many countries afar.
The Fairies give to good not bad
and also to Atlas (he's their Dad)
So when you look for the pot of gold,
make sure it's at dawn and make sure you're old.
I should like to go up into the sky where the
rainbows gather and the Angels dance.
Where everything is fresh and clean.
Where waters are blue and everything is shining
with promise. I have seen this world many a time in
slumber but only once in the real life. I was flying on-
an airbird during the golden days we cleared the
gates of heaven and entered the Lord's world.
This world is truely mine, I know, for I am the
only one the Lord has accepted to enter.
When I was in total peace, I ventured into this
world and ever since I have been in it.
Saga of a Scalawag and So On
The silly scalawag sauntered slowly on Saturday into Sally's Saloon. "S'cuse
me," said Simon (the silly scalawag) "Send me some of Sally's sensational
sherbet so I can savour it."
"Shut up!" scoffed Sam, a saucy scoundrel "Or I'll scatter your senses into
seventy scraps around the saloon!"
"No you shan't! Surely you wouldn't shoot a significant scalawag . . .
'specially Simon Smith!" said Simon (the silly scalawag).
Sally skipped into her Saloon with a shining smile. She was secretly a shy sieve.
The sight was sexy. Sally wore a silky, scarlet see-through sash and skimpy, skin
tight slacks. Her socks were silver-striped. She was slim and sleek. Superbly
satisfying! Surprisingly, Sally was sober and she sipped soda-pop. Sometimes
Sally was side-splitting. She was of a special and specific species of sympathetic
Simon and Sam surrendered to each other and stepped out of Sally's Saloon
It is impossible to have no true
understanding of love
for love itself formed your limbs
and your heart.
But your soul
is wandering awareness
that comes and goes subconsciously.
It searches for deeper meaning
and only it, can enter the fathoms
of your personality
and explore the height
of your integrity, and only it
has enough to survive.
The morning mist retreats from a
sentinel of needs, its vapour obscures
the distant shore, blending together
sky and water. The dawn has been
consumed, the sun is but an eerie glow
from which silver clouds radiate. The
breath of morning ripples the once
perfect reflections, and draws back
heaven's veil and the soldiers at last
During that summer,
When blackberries were illegally stolen,
When arms of a lengthy length
Were a necessity to get a good mouthful,
We became blackberry criminals.
Creeping our ways across the fields,
We darted into the patches,
Squirming like Indians,
We wriggled through the patches
Reaching, grabbing as we went.
Oh, and when we'd hauled our loot
Out of the law's good reaching,
We ate and ate
Till not one piece of evidence remained.
of rotting leaves.
making the majestic pine trees
rub their needles
peeking through the undergrowth.
The faint scamper
of a chipmunk.
A little fawn just born,
sees what a wonderful
home he has.
And the sun
trying to creep through
this great green glob.
For it is very curious
too, to see what wonderful
things happen under the towering trees
of the forest.
Before the rain
when the world is tense
when the sky is a sullen,
and when the Good Humour
Man honks sadly into
his bright blue handkerchief.
Julie Ann Brunei
The stars above were clear and cold
the land below was dim
The horse his w ings did softly unfold
As I flew with him.
The moon shone down upon the snow
But brighter than the snow were we.
The wind did fiercely blow,
Tossing whitecaps onto the sea.
We flew the whole world o'er
From Canada to China to the Seine.
Above all cares we soared
And never shall I be the same.
A small mirage of colours,
Then rests on a tip of long silky grass.
She gently sways,
Then once more she lifts
to the blue, blue
Soaring through the air,
like an airplane-glider,
until she hits an up-draft,
Then comes down again.
Butterfly you must go now,
The sun has gone,
And it's getting dark
But I'll see you tomorrow,
And 1 shall watch you once again.
The Gentle Man
Glory shone around him,
He wielded his sword with lire,
The erown of England shone round his head
Although their trouble was dire.
"We shall never retreat!" he cried
With spirit unquenched and unmarred,
But the enemies continued to attack
And from his horse he was barred.
He was murdered that day on Bosworth Field,
Stripped of his garments and pride
He was dragged around for a sadist's pleasure
And his niece was to be the sadist's bride.
Richard was mourned as was his due,
The town of York said foully murdered was he.
Yet today he's remembered as the despot of all time
Though it was Henry who the murderous king would be.
A tribute to Richard the Third 1 cry,
Yet no one can understand
That though history says he's a tyrant,
He himself was a true and gentle man.
Time is indifferent;
I would have it stand still,
And yet at another moment
It seems to stand of its own will.
When the sun shines crystalline
In the open sky,
Time seems to skip by
Laughing spitefully at my efforts
To hold it back.
When desperation is at heart,
Pain of internal torture;
Then time seems to punish,
Like the one who inflicts pain
Just until tears run.
Time and Fate are alike:
Fate is the cause
And yet - time was not right;
Was it not time who changed
Its course just to persuade
The course of fate?
I am crazy, going on insanity
Baby I'm just naive
People who meet me, kick me and beat me
and rapidly I get creamed.
I want someone mentally stronger
Able to dominate me
I have to be put in my place
or I'd be very brainy.
Frigid and shy and scared am I
To face a world of gays
I'm not (hat kind of girl you know
Bui it's the latest craze.
(*Sung to the tune of: I am 16, going on 17)
coast deodorant soap wakes me up
I gulp down my red rose tea . . . pity!
struggling into my Levi's, I realize
my ban roll-on is all used up.
Don't panic, use my secret, strong enough
for a man, but made for a woman
I flash my ultra-brite smile
while.brushing my dandruff-free
head and shoulders hair.
Has anyone seen my lip gloss?
Ah, my shirt is so april fresh
and free of static cling,
that I'm ready to face my class
in how to be the natural woman.
"As We Are" is a new section in Samara - one it has been
impossible to have in the past because of the tremendous cost
of colour. In it, we have attempted to generalize Elmwood life
and the people.
It is never possible to include all phases of Elmwood and its
society nor is it possible to include all the people, but we hope
to have succeeded in presenting images that will recall the
memories we all have of the year 1979/ 1980.
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Since 1915 the green tunic has been as much a part
of the school as the walls themselves. In those days
they were worn as long as possible and the girls
complained how old fashioned they were. Some sixty
years later and six inches shorter the tunics were still
a familiar sight around Rockcliffe. The wearers were
commonly called Girl Guides, Greenies or even
Martians. The students complained and complained
until finally something was done. The uniform has
been slightly updated! Much to the disappointment
of our Ashbury neighbours the new kilts now cover
the legs of the Seniors. Voices can be heard ex-
claiming, "Oh for those comfortable tunics . . . these
kilts are so itchy ... I can't tan my legs anymore . . .
no more bloomers ..." you can't win can you?
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In November a photo contest
was announced. The object
being for the student to create
the most original pose. Un-
fortunately our response was
disappointing and only three
entries were recieved, all of
which deserve recognition . . .
Elmwood, it seems, is indeed a school of
many nationalities. Although forty-two
percent of the students were born in Ottawa,
the other fifty-eight percent hail from all
corners of the earth; from as far north as
lnuvik, to 'Down Under' in Sydney
This map is to serve as an indication of the
origins of Elmwood students as well as
illustrating the distinct cultural mosaic that is
so much a part of the school.
10. La Sarre
13. Toronto and area
15. St. John
17. New Haven
18. New York
24. San Francisco
25. Los Angeles
26. Central Florida
27. Mexico City
29. Montego Bay
3 1 . Buenos Aires
32. Liverpool and area
33. London, Cambridge and area
35. Paris, Troyes
36. Geneva, Bern, Zurich
37. West Germany
39. Ceske Budejovice
41 . Accra
45. Hong Kong
On October 24, 1979, Elmwood en-
thusiastically celebrated the International Year
of the Child with an array of colourful national
The junior students succeeded in creating a
splendid display of international curios, as well
as providing the school with a bake sale to end
all bake sales!
Fourth Row: Kalli Varaklis, Jenni Leslie, Sue Wurtele, Debbie Seropian, Liz Seward, Sue Warren,
Sonia Dilawri, Lucy White. Third Row: Amanda Lovatt, Mary Jane Pigott, Shelly Donaldson,
Fiona Gale, Sandi Zagerman, Beth Swift, Heather Kelly, Caroline Thamer, Christine Assad.
Second Row: Anne Thurgood, Niquette Ruddock, Annabel Mandy, Tassie Cameron. First Row:
Daralyn Durie, Nadia Jacquot, Chris Kelly, Roberta Bouchard.
The Students' Council is made up of two representatives
from each class, grades seven through thirteen. Meetings
occur every Friday morning during Prayers, when subjects
including raffles, bake sales, minor complaints and accolades
are brought up for discussion. The report, if valid, is then
brought to Mrs. Whitwill for further discussion.
The Council is an important aspect of Elmwood, since the
students make some input into the school's affairs. Thank
you very much for your concern and support.
L to R: Carina van Heyst (Art and Literature),
Alison Lee (Advertising), Andrea Korda (Ad-
vertising), Sue Warren (Co-editor), Amanda Lovatt
(Co-editor), Marion Jones, Adda Bow, Olga
Kanellakos, Tove Ghent, Gill Slader.
This year our committee produced some new and
interesting ideas which we tried to use throughout
To help cover the cost of colour we sold drinks
and had numerous bake sales. We also made an
amazing amount from the patron sheets.
We would like to say a special thank you to those
who helped with write-ups, photos, Art and
Literature and to Mrs. Davies for her constant co-
Good luck to next year's committee and one word
of advice: start early!
Amanda and Sue
The Library Committee has had a great deal of
work to do this year owing to the large number of
new books that have had to be stamped, covered,
carded and shelved. The need to tidy the shelves and
trace books is constant and awaiting us at the end of
the year is the heavy task of taking stock and putting
the Library in order for next year.
Back Row: Mrs. Tilson, Shelly
Donaldson, Alison Robey. Front
Row: Liz Sellers, Jenni Leslie.
Sui Sang is responsible for
our foster children - raising
money and writing letters. To
raise money we sold soft drinks
at the Valentine's Dance and
on Spirit Day.
We would like to say a
special thank you to the grade
12's for the money from some
of their bake sales. Thank you
Elmwood for your continuing
This year's bell ringer was Kalli
Varaklis. Thanks to her, our
classes were rung in on time. Since
the timetable was changed this
year, with a first and second bell
for each class, she had her work
cut out for her, even though we
had two fewer classes in the day.
Thank you, Kalli, for a job well
done and good luck to next year's
Back Row (L. to R.): Liz Seward, Sue Bell, Joanna Frayne,
Susie Hrnchiar. Front: Mary Jane Pigott.
The Elmwood Graduation Dance which was
held on June 7th was a great success. Our
thanks go to the committee and the Mothers'
Guild for making this occasion such a happy
Left to Right: Shireen Trainor, Heather
Kelly, Sarah Martin.
This year the Dance Committee held two
exciting dances. Although we were not
allowed to have our first term dance we made
up for it later on. You can bet on that! Our
Valentine's Day Dance was very decorative
with streamers and balloons and of course
hearts and cupids were pinned up all over the
place. I'm sure that everybody enjoyed
themselves on this night for lovers! Our third
term dance was also a great deal of fun. We
tried out something new by having a costume
dance which was a partial success and a lot of
fun. We'd like to thank "the boys from
Ashbury" for supplying us with the music
and lights and not to mention their company.
We'd also like to thank the teachers for
staying up and putting up with that
"dreadful noise" on their Friday evenings
when they could have been home marking
Pound is the committee set up, ideally, to
collect lost articles and "sell" them back to
their owners. Although this seldom works as
it is supposed to, we still owe the committee
our thanks for their valiant effort. Clockwise
from Top: Vanessa Thomas, Marion Jones,
The Junior Dance Committee is
responsible for organizing the dances
for Grades 7 and 8. Left to Right:
Leilani Farha, Nadia Jacquot, Jenni
Chorlton, Elizabeth Preston, Kathy
Since it turns out that Chapel
Monitor is a thankless job, it is
here, if nowhere else, we must
thank Kathy Suh for her continued
organization of the little things
that must be done to achieve a
smooth-running Prayers; hymn
sheets and "chairs" to mention
just two of them. Although
Prayers was only on three mor-
nings of the week, this was still a
post which requires work and
Kathy has not let us down this
Back Row: Patzi Montero (House Head), Shireen Trainer, Kathy Suh, Fiona Gale, Olga Kanellakos, Sue Bell, Mary
White, Jenni Leslie, Tina Reilly, Donna Chun Ling, Joanna Frayne, Gladys Abankwa, Zhila Kashani-Nia, Sye
Warren, Danielle Thompson. Third Row: Liz Ashworth, Marion Jones, Michelle Hall, Gillian Lewis, Phillipa Shep-
pard, Nicola Maule, Daralyn Durie, Milena Sigmund, Martha Gall, Jennifer McConnery, Andrea Cardinal, Sarah
Peat, Shannon Jaeger, Susan Jones, Sheila Reid, Linda Booker, Vanessa Thomas, Maureen Assaly, Heidi Hobday,
Caroline Thamer. Second Row: Andrew Preston, Suzette Argo, Sherry Bradley, Robyn Tavel, Cindy Rhodes, Lisa
Hopkyns, Nadia Jacquot, Rebecca Gwyn, Ruby Eggarhos, Elise Braithwaite, Heather Stoltz, Chris Kelly, Heather
Rogers, Anne van Royen, Gill Baker, Susan Westley. Front Row: Alex Merklinger, Holley Knaus, Krista Wedekam,
Leilani Farha, Jennifer Deacon, Kara Munro, Laura Schmidt, Jennifer Hopkyns, Lorraine Edmonds, Betsy Gall, Liz
Trusdale, Kevin McAuley, Adrian Harewood, Robert Chinfen.
The end of the school year is almost here and I have to say "good-bye,"
but before doing so I want to thank you and tell you what Fry has done with
your help this year. It seemed that, at the start, we weren't doing as well as we
usually do in sports, but then we pulled up and had a successful volleyball
round. There are still possibilities for us to do even better since the year
hasn't finished yet, but the important thing is not to win but to participate
with spirit. I would like to thank our Senior and Junior Vice-heads, Sue
Warren and Lisa Hopkyns, and our Senior and Junior Sports Captains, Sue
Bell and Leilani Farha, and of course all the members of Fry.
Luckily, we have raised enough money with our not-too-successful Book
Sale, one Bake Sale, two Doughnut Sales and the Dress-Up Day.
have this term.
Well, the sad moment has come. I wish the new House Head and all of you
the best of luck next year.
Remember, Fry is "Friendship to all."
A big kiss,
Fifth Row: Sian Warwick, Pam Houwing, Amanda Lovatt, Lise Paradis, Carina van Heyst, Candy Warren, Elizabeth
McClenahan, Rosemary Todd, Jennifer Chorlton, Karen Looye, Lisa Mierins, Claudia Fuerst, Laura Denison, Lisa
Ostiguay, Kim Kirby. Fourth Row: Sandi Zagerman, Andrea Korda, Suzie Hrnchiar, Ann Tessier, Sue Wurtele, Lesley
Banner, Cathy Love, Kalli Varaklis, Jane Lawson, Sheena Troop, Rosemary Clyde, Alison Lee, Sabine Jurgens. Third
Row: Marie-Jose Lopez, Charro Violante, Elizabeth Westley, Sarah Thorpe, Janet Ingram, Anne Rogers, Lisa Kelly,
Adria Bow, Janieta Eyre, Lisa Stilborn, Joanna Pocock, Debbie Seropian, Farangis Bakhtiar. Second Row: Sarah
Noyes Roberts, Glynis Marcus, Niquette Ruddock, Sue Steers, Jenni Cooper, Roberta Bouchard, Lucy Jones, Rachel
Soar, Margaret Purdie, Chris Jodoin, Nerrin Bamanie, Nicola Grainger, Mojgan Rasuli, Anna Sherwood. First Row:
Sarah Kenny, Sarah Young, Brit Christensen, Kim Ling, Paul Grodde, Andrew Maule, Jill Reid, Heather Kelly, Chad
Yolkouskie, Tassie Cameron, Nicola Maule, Gillian Hewitt, Anne Thurgood, Theodora Van Royen.
My year as your House Head is closing and I have to say "good-bye."
Keller has been a great team this year and has lived up to her house motto of
"Fair Play." House spirit picked up as the year progressed and was shown in
all areas: intramurals, earning extra house points during Spirit Week, and by
raising over our quota for Sui Sang through various activities (e.g. a Bake
Sale, a Dress up Day and the Keller Bear Raffle). All of you have supported
Keller in your own way, but a special "thank you" goes to Pam, my Senior
reps. - Heather Kelly and Andrea Korda, and my Junior reps. - Jenny
Chorlton and Niquette Ruddock. Good luck to you all next year and
especially next year's House Head.
Never forget, Keller is No. 1 ! ! !
Stairs: Catherine Smith, Susan Isaac, Beatriz Padilla, Clare Butler, Rosaline Ngan, Liz Seward, Lilly Lee, Alison
Robey, Carolann Swift, Gill Slader, Thea Reed, Liz Watson, Rachel Gotlieb, Fiona McLeod, Sonia Dilawri. Back
Row: Liz Sellers, Jennifer Cheney, Sandra Titus, Vicki Mallett, Chantelle Jenkins, Caroline Martin, Mandy Gosewich,
Marina Folk, Ann Raby, Lucy White, Giselle Campeau, Gina Pezoulas, Kathy Young, Sabine Burchard, Annabel
Mandy, Chantelle Brown, Alex Martin, Fiona Murray, Marie Violante, Julie Anne Brunet, Peggy Staruch, Caroline
Garwood, Stephanie Greenberg, Maureen Murphy, Michelle Friend, Nuray Bamanie, Liz Preston, Paula Gilbert,
Chris McCartney, Kathy Dick, Jessica Rudy, Alison Lawford, Alix Cooper. Second Row: Mary Jane Pigott, Beth
Swift, Sarah Martin (House Head), Zoe Sakellaropoulo, Sue Steele, Chris Assad, Elanor Brodie, Vanessa Smith, Adam
Matthews, Julie Ann Rickerd, Sarah Kenny, Samantha Gatti, Alison Schmidt. Front Row: Eliza James, Bettina von
Arnim, Andrew Maule, Ann de Mercado, Robbie Butler, Zilda Kisaka.
I would like to express my thanks to the members of this house for their
support this year. Though we seemed to have a slow start our fund raising
efforts were rewarded and we made the required sum during the first two
There are several people in Nightingale whom I could not have managed
without: all those who participated regularly in sports and especially Mary
Jane Pigott - our Vice House Head; Anabelle Mandy - Junior House Head;
Chris Assad - Senior Sports Captain; and Lucy White - Junior House Sports
Although Nightingale this year was not filled with great athletes nor with
people of great baking ability, I do feel that Nightingale had the people in it
who were most capable of living up to our motto - "Not for ourselves
I wish the best of luck to next year's house head and best of luck to all of
Nightingale in their endevours.
Sorceress of the North
of the West
Guards of Emerald City Alexandra Martin
Wizard of Oz Sian Warwick
Ashwina Bijoor, Caroline Garwood,
Samantha Gatti, Rebecca Gwyn, Jennifer
Hopkyns, Lisa Hopkyns, Nadia Jacquot,
Holley Knaus, Alexandra Martin, Nicola
Maule, Fiona Murray, Margaret Purdie,
Niquette Ruddock, Marguerite Staruch,
Theodora Van Royen, Lara Wilson, and
Chantelle Jenkins, Andrea Korda, Vicky
Mallett, Joanna Pocock, Jill Reid, and Zoe
Leilani Farha and Chantelle Brown.
Lesley Banner, Rosemary Clyde, Lisa
Powell, and Ann Rodgers.
Suzette Argo, Lesley Banner, Roberta
Bouchard, Chantelle Brown, Rosemary
Clyde, Martha Gall, Lisa Hopkyns, Chris
Jodoin, Gillian Lewis, Fiona Murray,
Margaret Purdie, Sheila Reid, Cindy Rhodes,
Anne Rodgers, Liz Sellers, Anne Tessier, and
ELM WOOD STUDENTS AND CHOIRS: April 30, 1980
March of the Goblins
Oranges and Lemons
Enraptured I Gaze (Clarinet - Amanda Lovatt
and Sabine J urgens)
Barney and Katie
Eibhlin A. Ruin
She's Like the Swallow (Maritime Folk)
Invention No. 13
Sonata No. 10 in G (1st Movement)
Little Frogs in a Frolicking Mood
Le Petit Rien
The Three Pirates
In the Chapel
Three in Blue
Grandmother's Favourite Christmas Song
Drei Lillien (sung by Heidi Hobday)
Loch Lomond (sung by Heidi Hobday)
Prelude No. 2
Daar was Een Sneeuwit
Natalie Listens to the Radio
The Strange Man
Song: Du Holde Kunst (Acc. Alison Lee)
Waltz: To Madame E. Baring-Gould
Macedonian Mountain Dance
G. F. Telemann
Folk-Arr, Boris Berlin
Irish Folk Song
Irish Folk Song
Arr. - David Duke
Ralph de Coursey
Czech. Trad. Folk
Trad. Arr. - Diane Stevenson
H. B. Green
Arr. - J. Coulthard
German Folk Song
Scottish Folk Song
Dutch Folk Song
Junior Entertainment Night this year was held
on two nights - May 21 and 22. We'd like to say
thank you to all who were involved in the
production, especially Mrs. Scott and Mrs.
Sheppard who gave up so much of her time to
coach the drama groups. Thank you also to Mrs.
Heacock's 'prop' production teams, and to the
members of staff and students who en-
thusiastically helped with sewing, lighting and
make-up. It was well worth the effort!
Back Row: Mary White, Ann Tessier, Sue Wurtele, Heather Rogers, Marion Jones,
Rosemary Clyde. Front Row: Liz Sellers, Sheila Reid, Heidi Hobday, Martha Gall,
Vanessa Thomas, Lesley Banner, Candy Warren, Mrs. O'Brien.
Back Row: (L - R): Chantelle Brown, Lisa Hopkyns, Cynthia Rhodes, Margaret Purdie,
Roberta Bouchard, Rebecca Gwyn, Marie Violante, Chris Jodoin, Nerrin Bamanie, Sarah
Noyes-Roberts, Charro Violante, Philippa Sheppard, Christina Campbell, Fiona Murray,
Glynis Marcus, Niquette Ruddock, Mrs. O'Brien. Front Row: (L - R): Suzette Argo, Laura
Schmidt, Samantha Gatti, Ashwina Bijoor, Kim Ling, Jennifer Hopkyns, Tassie Cameron,
Pippa Bannister, Alison Schmidt, Theodora van Royen, Krista Wedekamm, Caroline
the numbers that turned out and general performance,
soccer, which was played in the fall, proved to be the
most popular sport. Keller came first with Fry and
Nightingale in second and third respectively.
Though house support greatly declined in the second
term, those who did participate in intramurals had
enough enthusiasm to make it worth while. Fry walked
away with the volleyball title and Keller won basketball.
In the third term game time was switched from after
school to break time, in an attempt to encourage a
better turn out.
Very special thanks are extended to Mrs. Butler
without whom success in organizing the games would
have been virtually impossible.
Good luck to next year's sports captain!
Back Row: Adam Matthews, Andrew Preston, Robert Chinfen, Michael Cripton,
Chad Yolkouskie. Front Row: Robbie Butler, Kevin McAuley, Paul Grodde,
Adrian Harewood, Murray Forrester, Andrew Maule.
On Ashbury's field, October 16, the
grade 3/4 Elmwood boys played Sedbergh
5/6 and won 3-0. The team was cheered
on by the 3/4 girls. Two goals were scored
by Adrian Harewood and one by Andrew
Preston. The Sedbergh forwards were not
able to get past the Elmwood defence or
score on our goalie - Robbie Butler.
Sedbergh challenged Elmwood to
another game which Elmwood un-
Three more games were played against
Rockcliffe Park School and Elmwood
won one and tied two.
Back Row: Sue Wurtele, Jenni Leslie, Caroline Martin, Lesley Banner, Martha
Gall, Cathy Smith, Andrea Korda, Marion Jones, Paula Gilbert, Rosemary Todd,
Sue Harris, Mary White, Vicky Mallett. Front Row: Liz Sellers, Clare Butler, Liz
Seward, Sue Warren, Carina van Heyst, Andrea Cardinal, Rosemary Clyde, Sabine
Jurgens, Jill Baker, Fiona Gale, Joanne Frayne. Absent: Gladys Abankwa,
Chantelle Jenkins, Kathy Suh, Claudia Fuerst, Sue Bell.
The soccer team this year had a total of twenty-eight
players. In all, we played seven games. We won our first
game against Rideau with a score of 3-2, but un-
fortunately this was only an exhibition game. We had a
couple of very close games and all showed great im-
provement at the end of the seventh game! (If, we could
play them all again, we'd win for sure, right)?!
For all the fun and good times we had, we must thank
Mrs. Butler for her great coaching and endless patience
and, of course, Miss Gwilym, our substitute coach. Just
wait until next year, Glebe! ! !
This year, under the direction of Mrs. Butler,
Illmwood started a running "club." They began
training in and around Rockcliffe following
sometimes treacherous routes. In the fall, the
original members ran two races: the Sri Chinmoy
and the Avon. Inspired by their results, they were
joined in the spring by eight equally enthusiastic
runners who participated in the Bonne Bell. Two
of the runners even went on to join Mrs. Butler in
the National Capital Marathon.
All girls showed an amazing aptitude for
running and the proof is in the fact that all
thirteen who entered the Bonne Bell finished it.
Although their reasons for running differed, they
all found enjoyment in decking themselves out in
track suits and running shoes to brave the
elements during a spare, lunch hour or even after
school. We hope that this enthusiasm will create a
good base so that next year Elmwood can field an
equally successful running team. Many thanks to
Mrs. Butler for her enthusiasm and guidance.
Back Row: Paula Gilbert,
Sabine Jurgens, Liz Sellers.
Front Row: Lucy White,
BoFiFje Bel! 10K
Front Row: Sabine Jurgens,
Liz Sellers, Paula Gilbert,
Lise Paradis, Mary White,
Rosemary Clyde, Carina
van Heyst. Back Row: Sue
Warren, Andrea Korda,
Vicky Mallett, Ann Rogers,
Jenni Leslie, Sheila Reid.
The National Capital Marathon was a race in the
Ottawa region on May 11th. Mrs. Butler, Sabine
Jurgens and Liz Sellers started off at Carleton
University at 9 a.m. in the pouring rain. The race
was 26 miles and Mrs. Butler and Sabine completed
the whole course! Liz Sellers also did extremely well.
Thank you to all those who came out and sup-
ported the team and congratulations to the team for
their incredible perseverance.
Above: Liz Sellers and Sabine Jurgens.
"You know how teachers are human and how
humans make mistakes?" These were Mrs. Butlers
words just before she broke the news to the team
that that the race was 5k. instead of 3k. This was a
few minutes before race time! In spite of this all the
girls completed the course and Sabine Jurgens won
the Senior Girls Championship.
Left to Right: (Back): Liz Sellers, Sabine Jurgens,
Rosemary Clyde. (Front): Sue Warren, Paul Gilbert,
Alison Lawford, Lise Paradis. Absent: Tove Ghent,
The Chimnoy Marathon was Elmwood's first step
into the running world.
There were ten days to prepare for this relay race
but four enthusiastic runners - Elizabeth Sellers,
Paula Gilbert, Sabine Jurgens and Kathy Suh each
completed their 6.5 miles and Mrs. Butler and Mary
each ran 13 miles!
Left to Right: Mary White, Sabine Jurgens, Liz
Sellers, Paula Gilbert. Absent: Kathy Suh.
This year tennis in particular was a very
successful venture. Although our matches did
not resemble those of Wimbledon and Forest
Hills, the Elmwood tennis team provided
some stiff competition for the other schools.
Each of the girls smashed, lobbed and
volleyed their way to some strong victories.
The outcome was an eighth place in the city
finals. With our experience this year, we will
be able to place even better next year. Our
thanks goes to Mrs. Knap for all her time and
to the rest of the team for their efforts.
Thank you also to Amos who was our team
Left to Right: (Back): Maureen Assaly, Paula
Gilbert, Kathy Suh, Sheena Troop. (Front):
Marion Jones, Liz Sellers, Mary White,
Jessica Rudy, Caroline Martin.
This was Elmwood's first year entering a
ski team. We like to give a special thanks to
Caroline Martin, Liz Sellers and Lise Paradis
who not only were our gate keepers but
encouraging supporters. The team would like
to express their appreciation to Mrs. Knap
who was our faithful chauffeur and coach.
The race was held the first week of
February at Edelweiss with eight other
schools competing. Elmwood qualified for
the Valleys which would have led us to the
provincial competition at Collingwood but
unfortunately we ended up in fifth place.
Hopefully, next year with most of the team
members returning and of course the new
girls entering, Elmwood will excel and
perhaps establish some new records in this
Left to Right (Back to Front): Mary White, Liz
Sellers, Temporary Member, Sarah Martin, Andrea
Cardinal, Caroline Martin. Absent: Sue Bell.
]M Ieybal I
This year's volleyball team put up quite a
show. Even though we were not very suc-
cessful at first, we showed definite signs of
improvement by the end of the season.
Although we didn't hit the headlines with our
playing we got recognition for our looks,
expecially noticeable were the Mexican legs in
We would like to thank our two coaches
Mrs. Butler and Miss Gwilym who often
sacrificed themselves (by placing their bodies
in front of the balls a little off course)! to
keep this team together.
Among our other merits, Elmwood will be
pleased to know that we had the most polite
team in the league.
Liz Seward (Manager)
Left to Right: Joanna Frayne, Beatriz
Padilla, Liz Seward, Lise Paradis, Danielle
Thompson, Liz Sellers, Sue Warren, Fiona
Gale, Miss Gwilym, Sabine Jurgens, Zhila
Kashaminia, Carine van Heyst, Jenni Leslie.
Absent: Claudia Fuerst, Sue Bell.
In this year's event Elmwood entered both a senior
and junior team.
Despite the fact that the senior team was put together
at the last moment, we fared quite well. The 4x100 relay
team which was made up of Elise Braithwaite, Kalli
Varakalis, Lisa Stilborn, Kathy Love and Rosemary
Todd, ran very well and managed to qualify for the
semifinals. Liz Sellers and Sabine Jurgens both ran the
800M race and stood up well to stiff competition - both
clocking the distance in under three minutes.
The Junior team won a 4x1 00M relay and missed
qualifying by only a few seconds.
For all it was an enjoyable experience (who could
forget the picture in the Citizen), and many thanks go to
Mrs. Butler and Mrs. O'Brien for their support and
Left to Right: Kalli Varaklis, Elise Braithwaite, Lisa Stilborn, Liz Sellers,
Sabine Jurgens, Kathy Love. Absent: Rosemary Todd.
Left to Right: Mrs. O'Brien, Anne VanRoyen, Ruby Eggarhos, Niquette Ruddock, Leilani
Farha, Lara Wilson. Absent: Lisa Powell.
Back Row: Sue Wurtele, Cathy
Smith, Liz Sellers, Marion
Jones, Liz Ashworth, Sheila
Reid, Ann Rogers, Alison
Lawford, Lise Paradis, Mary
White. Front Row: Lisa
Stilborn, Joanne Frayne,
Rosemary Clyde, Paula
Gilbert, Sue Warren, Carina
van Hayst, Elise Braithwaite,
Jenni Leslie, Andrea Korda,
The Track and Field team
this year was larger than it has
ever been before - quite a
marked increase in interest! All
the girls were successful and
some even went on to compete
in the Vallev meet.
L. to R.: Sue Harris, L.i/
Sellers, Sabine Jurgens. Kathj
Love, Janieta Eyre, Heather
The Gymnastic team got off
10 a rolling start this year. The
team, coached by Mrs. Butler
and Sue Harris, started practice
in early March. At the end of
March we competed in the
Lisgar Invitational meet. From
here we went on to compete in
the Ottawa High School
Athletic Assoc. meet, and
finally to the Ottawa Valley
meet. The team did surprisingly
well and next year we hope to
expand the team and compete
in more events.
The intramurals were run on a class participation basis this year
and were very successful. Each of the two Grade Sevens and two
Grade Eights won a championship. Although the Grade Six class
did not manage to win a final, the girls put up a good fight and
displayed excellent sportsmanship.
Back Row: Mrs. O'Brien, Liz
Trusdale, Giselle Campeau, Liz
Preston, Chantal Mazur,
Kathy Young, Phillipa
Sheppard. Front Row: Marie-
Jose Lopez, Liz McClenahan,
Niquette Ruddock, Sue Steers,
Lucy White, Michelle Friend,
Lisa Powell, Sarah Noyes-
Back Row: Karen Looye,
Daralyn Durie, Christina
Campbell, Heather Stoltz,
Charro Violante, Lorraine
Edmonds, Jenni Chorlton,
Gina Pezoulas, Caroline
Garwood. Front Row: Mrs.
O'Brien, Glynis Marcus,
Maureen Murphy, Ruby
Eggarhos, Sherry Bradley,
Stephanie Greenberg, Ann van
Royen, Sabine Burchard.
Sports Day this year was scheduled for
Friday June 30, but the weather cut the
day short at lunch. It was then resumed
the following Monday. As always it was
great fun (any school day without work
is!) Everything ran smoothly and I think
that everyone enjoyed themselves. We
owe a great deal of thanks to both Mrs.
Butler and Mrs. O'Brien for making the
day the success it was.
6 - School opens
15 - Coffee House
27 - Grade 7 trip to
28 - Ashbury Dance
8 - Thanksgiving Holiday
17 - Grades 5/6 Trip to
24- Year of the Child Day
27 - Reach for the Top,
Elmwood vs. Philemon
31 - Hallowe'en Party and
9 - Holiday
10 - Reach for the Top,
Elmwood vs. Confederation
16 - Half day, Parent /Teacher
29 - The Wizard of Oz
30 -The Wizard of Oz
10 - Ashbury/Elmwood Exchange
1 1 - Ashbury/Elmwood Exchange
12 - Ashbury/Elmwood Exchange
- Junior Sock Hop
- Last Day of Classes
13 - Ski Day
14- 30 -Spring Holidays
31 - School re-opens
4 - Good Friday Holiday
7 - Easter Monday Holiday
1 1 - Ashbury Formal
15 - Ashbury Blood Donor Clinic
16 - Humane Society Awards
17 - Tree Presentation
by Mrs. Thomas
19 - Ashbury Dance
23 - Laurentian Invitational Race
24 - Soccer against Rideau
26 - Mothers' Guild Garage Sale
29 - Soccer against De La Salle
30 - Elmwood Canadian Music
1 - The Wizard of Oz
10 - Exams begin
21 - Last exam, Christmas
Party, Holidays begin
25 - Christmas Day
27 - Trip to Toronto to King
1 - Soccer against Lisgar
3 - Metres for Millions
4 - Bonne Bell 10km Race
6 - Soccer against Glebe
- Elmwood's Open House
7 - Elmwood's Open House
8 - Sock Hop
- Soccer against Commerce
- Track and Field Meet
9 - Track and Field Meet
10 - Soccer Tournament
13 - Soccer against Immaculata
15 - Valley Track and Field Meet
19 - Victoria Day Holiday
21 - Junior Entertainment Night
22 - Junior Entertainment Night
30 - Sports Day
7 - School re-opens
1 1 - Ashbury Dance
14 - Volleyball against
17 - Volleyball against
22 - Volleyball against
26 - Ashbury Coffee House
29 - Volleyball against
5 - Volleyball against Sir
- Ski Competition
7 - Volleyball against
8 - Dress-Up Day
1 1 - Holiday
12 - Talent Show
- Ashbury Coffee House
13 - SPIRIT DAY
14 - Sticky Tape Race
15 - Elmwood Valentine's
16 -Car Rally
18 - Volleyball against
21 - Volleyball against Glebe
22 - Dress-Up Day
29 - Junior School Public
- Ashbury Coffee House
1 - Osaga 10km Race
2 - Completion of Sports Day
- Last day of classes
3 - Exams begin
7 - Graduation Dance
1 1 - Rehearsal for Closing
13 - Closing
This year, the team made sure that they wouldn't be caught out
by the CBC; they had been having weekly practice sessions since
January '79 (usually culminating in discussions about Noel
Coward). All this practice paid off as they handily won their first
game against Philemon Wright with a score of 325 to 160, in which
they were never behind. Unfortunately, this victory was not
televised so thai the team could not win instant fame and fortune.
Their second game was televised, albeit three months after it was
taped, and here the tables were turned. They did not win but, true
to Elmwood traditions, lost gracefully despite cold symptoms
running the gamut from runny noses to laryngitis, and were im-
peccably dressed. Thus it came to be that the green-and-gold was
on television suffering a defeat to Confederation High School. The
team is now on a sabbatical, so to speak, and will return in Sep-
tember to start afresh with a search for new members as half the
team is leaving the school. Many (hanks goes to Mrs. Davies for
her continued and continuous drilling and good luck to next year's
team - may your make-up never run under the hot lights and may
you not all get colds at the same time!
The 1980 Junior Mathematics Contest, sponsored by the University
of Waterloo, was written by over 26,000 students from across
Canada. It was open to any student from Grades nine to eleven.
Elmwood entered twelve students - three from Grade nine, six from
Grade ten and three from Grade eleven.
Alix Cooper, Grade nine had outstanding results. She stood in the
upper 5 % of all 26,000 contestants and was the top student at Elm-
wood with Thea Reed coming second.
All our girls did well and we are very proud of them. Certificates of
Merit were awarded for participation in the Contest. Congratulations!
We were especially proud this year of
all the entrants of the Humane Society
Essay Contest. Both the trophies were
won by Elmwood students; Krista
Wedekam and Maureen Murphy.
Back Row: Ashwina Bijoor, Roberta Bouchard,
Eliza James, Betsy Gall, Karen Looye. Front Row:
Maureen Murphy (D.P. Cruikshank Trophy), Tassie
Cameron, Krista Wedekam (Catherine Smith
Trophy), Robyn Tavel.
King %t Exk
As you may already know, this year's Art History
students went to Toronto on December 26th to see the King
Tut Exhibit. Because we had all been well prepared for it
through Mrs. Aldous' and Mrs. Heacock's careful in-
struction, we enjoyed it all the more.
The bus left Ottawa at 2:30 p.m. and arrived in Toronto
at 8:00. Once arrived at the Y.W.C.A., we spent the
evening relatively quietly (?!).
We arrived at the museum at 8:00 the next morning - the
exhibit was fascinating, incredible and well worth the trip.
All in all it was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.
We must thank Mrs. Aldous who unfortunately couldn't
come, but who organized the trip and saw us off, and to
those members of the staff who came with us: Mrs.
Heacock, Mrs. Peat, Mrs. Harwood-Jones and of course,
Last September 7-M and 7-L went
camping at Foley Mountain with Mrs.
McRae, Mrs. Looye and Mr. and Mrs.
Chance. We had a good time and learned
to survive without flush toilets and
We made friends with a porcupine, got
lost in the woods and ate sandwiches in
the pouring rain! The highlight of the trip
was on Friday night when we all scared
ourselves with ghost stories. Chantelle's
eerie scream frightened animals for miles
We all had a good time but were glad to
get back to the comforts of home on
Spirit Week got off to a flying start with one of Elmwood's famous bake
sales, followed by the Talent Show. This featured some very original acts by
Ashbury, Elmwood and certain outsiders including "Sax"! On Wednesday
"Spirit Day" the school gathered in the gym for a breakfast of hot chocolate
and scones. The traditional scavenger hunt took place for most of the
morning and was won by Grade 12.
The themes of the day were: Fry-Music, Keller-Comedy, Nightingale-
Horror and there was an interesting array of costumes. The winners were
clowns from Keller.
There was lunch for all in the gym and afterwards tugs-of-war between
houses and volleyball against the teachers. In the evening there was a skating
party on the canal.
The week continued with a sticky tape race won by Keller, a hair-raising
car rally with Ashbury and everyone found the man of their dreams at
Elmwood's Valentine's Dance Friday night.
This year, Mrs. Homer Thomas,
mother of former students Margaret and
Barbara, very kindly donated a young tree
in honour of the girl awarded the prize for
all round contribution to school life.
The Junior Choir, under the direction
of Mrs. O'Brien, sang "Let there be
Peace on Earth."
This year, Closing once again changed its
residence. It was held in the Mont St. Joseph
Gymnasium on Friday, June 13, 1980, at
7:30 p.m. The Official Party which consisted
of Mrs. Whitwill, Mrs. Aldous, Mr. Alan P.
Warren (Chairman of the Board of
Governors of Elmwood), Mrs. B.O. Baker
(President of the Mothers' Guild), Mrs. J.K.
Swift (mother of our Senior Prefect), Mr.
H.S. Zagerman (father of our Head Girl),
and the Reverend E.E. Green, was led up
onto the stage by Sandi Zagerman (Head
Girl) and Beth Swift (Senior Prefect). Mrs.
O'Brien directed the choir in "Sing
Farewell." Following Closing, there was a
reception held at Elmwood. All in all, a good
finish to a good year.
The Official Party, led in by Sandi Zagerman and Beth
Candy Warren, winner of the
Governor General's Medal for
highest proficiency in Grade 13.
Lieutenant Governor's Medal for
highest proficiency in Grade 12 was
won by Elizabeth Seward.
The choir sings "Sing Farewell" under the expert direction of Mrs.
Mr. Warren, Mrs. Whitwill, Honoured guests, members of the staff, students, parents, and friends of Elmwood:
As I stand here before you on the threshold of the next phase of my life, I cannot help but reflect on the past eight
years. Elmwood has helped me to grow both emotionally and scholastically. The small classes have made me aware of
the give and take among my peers. The individual attention AND understanding that we have received will be truly
beneficial in the future. Whether it was a personal or scholastic problem, there was always someone there to guide us. I f
the choice would be to further our education, or, to go directly into the work force, we have this school to thank for a
good basic grounding.
Bittersweet times at Elmwood are the friendships with girls from different countries. Their closeness with us and their
marvelous insight into their different customs and cultures have aided us in gaining a better understanding of the world
in which we live. We miss them when they must leave us all too soon.
Preps., if this all sounds frightening, hang in there. The past year has been quite diverse. Oh, yes, our extremely high
level of maturity has lead us from the old-fashioned water fights to the successful methods of decorating cars . . . with
Back to more serious matters, our well-received, sold-out, standing room only, production of "The Wizard of OZ",
ably produced by Mrs. Davies, was something that will long be remembered.
Sarah Martin, Patzi Montero, and Jill Reid, our Heads of House, raised funds for their respective houses through
bake sales, Dress Up days, raffles and other similar projects. February started off with a bang with our fun-filled Spirit
Week. Many of the activities included: skating on the Canal, a Coffee House, a scavenger hunt within the Village, tugs-
of-war, and finally the culmination of which was our Valentine's Dance.
Once again, our sincere thanks to the Mothers' Guild. The proceeds of their very successful Garage Sale will further
the Gym Building Fund among other things. Their tireless work made our Grad Dance an outstanding memory of
school life. Thanks Moms and Dads too.
This year we were privileged to have Mrs. Butler as our gym teacher. Along with the help of others, she introduced
innovative ideas to her athletic programs which have brought excellent results to the Ski, Track and Intramural teams.
Thank you, Beth Swift, our Senior Prefect, the Prefect Body AND class for putting up with my nervous habits and
giving me fantastic support. Elmwood can be as proud of us as we are of her. Her mark on us in our formative years has
prepared us to go forth to take our place in society. Congratulaions, Alison Lee, next year's Head Girl and all the
Prefects. We wish you the best of luck, and remember, when the going gets tough, the tough get going!
Sandy Zagerman (Head Girl)
Left - Right: Sandi Zagerman (Head Girl), Beth Swift (Senior Prefect).
FORM PRIZES AWARDED FOR THE HIGHEST AVERAGE OF THE YEAR:
Grade 3 Vanessa Smith
Grade 4 Andrew Preston
Grade 5 Eliza James
Grade 6 Lucy Jones
Grade 7M Meera Johri
Grade 7L AnneThurgood
Grade 8C Kathy Young
Grade 8M Karen Looye
PROFICIENCY STANDING: 80 and over, up lo and including Grade 10
75 and over in Grades 1 1 , 12 and 13
Grade 4 Paul Grodde, Andrew Preston.
Grade 5 Victoria Grossman-Hensel, Gillian Hewitt.
Grade 6 Tassie Cameron, Kara Munro, Milcna Sigmund.
Grade 7 Holley Knaus, Margaret Purdie, Susan Westley, Annabcllc Mandy, Peggy Stamen,
Grade 8 Christina Campbell, Jennifer Chorlton, Daralyn Durie, Caroline Garwood, Marie-Jose
Lopez, Michelle Friend, Chantel Mazur, Lisa Powell, Philippa Sheppard, Susannah
Grade 9 . . . Laurie Denison, Claudia Fuerst, Tove Ghent, Shannon Jaeger, Alison Robey, Deborah
Grade 10 . Seropian, Kathy Suh.
Gladys Abankwa, Sue Hrnchiar, Susan Isaac, Sabine Jurgens, Andrea Korda, Alison
Grade II Lee, Amanda Lovatt, Rosaline Ngan, Beatriz Padilla, Elizabeth Seward, Catherine
Smith, Carina Van Heyst, Sue Warren.
Grade 12 Gladys Abankwa, Sue Hrnchiar, Susan Isaac, Sabine Jurgens, Andrea Korda, Alison
Lee, Amanda Lovatt, Rosaline Ngan, Beatriz Padilla, Elizabeth Seward, Catherine
Smith, Carina Van Heyst, Sue Warren.
JUNIOR SCHOOL GRADE 8 MATHEMATICS. . Kathy Young
JUNIOR FRENCH PRIZE (grades 3-6) Vicki Grossman-Henzel
JUNIOR FRENCH PRIZE GRADES 7 AND 8 . . . Margaret Purdie
GAUSS MATHEMATICS CONTEST 1980 Meera Johri
(a contest set by the University of Waterloo - open to
grades 7 and 8 - highest mark at Elmwood)
JUNIOR PRIZES FOR OUTSTANDING
PROGRESS Adam Matthews, Kara Munro, Sabine Burchard
JUNIOR ART Charo Violante
JUNIOR DRAMA Caroline Garwood
JUNIOR ART HISTORY Lucy White
JUNIOR SCIENCE FOR ACHIEVEMENT AND
INTEREST . Karen Looye
CHOIR PRIZE Philippa Sheppard
FRENCH IMMERSION Kalli Varaklis
INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH Jillian Baker
INTERMEDIATE MATHEMATICS Elizabeth Westley
INTERMEDIATE SCIENCE Jillian Baker
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Lisa Kelly
INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY Elizabeth Westley
INTERMEDIATE HISTORY. Lisa Stilborn
INTERMEDIATE ART Joanna Pocock
ROTHWELL GRADE 9 ENGLISH PRIZE Kalli Varaklis
BELL RINGER Kalli Varaklis
Awarded to the girl who has made her mark on the Junior School by her good character and dependability. It is given to a girl who can be
relied upon at any time, and is always helpful and thoughtful of others.
SOUTHAM CUP FOR JUNIOR ENDEAVOUR:
Awarded for the highest endeavour in all phases of school life in the Junior School. It is the equivalent of the Summa Summarum in the
Senior School. It is given to the girl who best lives up lo (he ideals of Elmwood, who shows leadership, friendliness and helpfulness to others
in the school.
JUNIOR INTRAMURAL FLOOR HOCKEY
CHAMPIONS 7L - Maria Violante
JUNIOR SCHOOL INTRAMURAL
BASKETBALL 8M - Maureen Murphv
JUNIOR SCHOOL INTRAMURAL SOCCER 7M - Nicola Maule
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JUNIOR SCHOOL INTRAMURAL
VOLLEYBALL 8C - Sue Steers
SENIOR HOUSE VOLLEYBALL Fry - Pat Montero
TENNIS DOUBLES Mary and Lucy White
INTERMEDIATE TENNIS SINGLES Lucy White
WILSON GORDON TENNIS DOUBLES Elizabeth Sellers,
SENIOR TENNIS SINGLES Elizabeth Sellers
SPORTS DAY HOUSE CHAMPIONS Fry - Pat Montero
INTER-HOUSE SPORTS CUP Keller-Jill Reid
GREEN FORM DRILL CUP Gr. 12-Lise Paradis
CROWDY WEIR BANTAM SPORTS CUP Andrew Preston
FAUQUIER JUNIOR SPORTS CUP Holley Knaus
DUNLOP INTERMEDIATE SPORTS CUP Elizabeth Sellers
WILSON SENIOR SPORTS CUP Susannah Warren
PHYSICAL EDUCATION GOLD MEDAL Sabine Jurgens
M AYNARD SPORTSMANSHIP CUP Paula Gilbert
HOUSE HEAD AWARDS:
FRY Patricia Montero
Keller Jill Reid
Nightingale Sarah Martin
SENIOR DRAMA Candy Warren and Tassie Cameron
WORLD RELIGIONS PRIZE Susan Hrnchiar
Presented by Christ Church Cathedral
JUNIOR MATRICULATIONS ENGLISH Alison Robey
JUNIOR MATRICULATION FRENCH Alison Robey
JUNIOR MATRICULATION SPANISH Marek Przednowek
JUNIOR MATRICULATION GEOGRAPHY Susannah Warren
JUNIOR MATRICULATION MATHEMATICS Rosalyn Ngan
FIRESTONE JUNIOR MATRICULATION
LATIN PRIZE Kathy Suh
COYNE GRADE 12 PRIZE FOR HISTORY Alison Lee
THE ELIZABETH TANCZYK SCIENCE PRIZE
FOR INTEREST Beatriz Padilla
GREENBLATT GRADE 12 ENGLISH Susan Isaacs
SENIOR MATRICULATION FRENCH Candy Warren
SENIOR MATRICULATION MATHEMATICS Mojgan Rasuli
SENIOR MATRICULATION CLASSICS Zoe Sakellaropoulo
SENIOR MATRICULATION ENGLISH
ENRICHED Candy Warren, Lauchlan Munro
SENIOR MATRICULATION ENGLISH Candy Warren
SENIOR MATRICULATION HISTORY Caroline Thamer
SENIOR MATRICULATION LATIN Fabrice Cadieux
SENIOR MATRICULATION BIOLOGY Elizabeth Seward
MCKEE FINE ARTS CUP John.Kirkwood
HEADMISTRESS' PRIZE Jennie Leslie
OLD GIRLS' HOUSE MOTTO PRIZE (THREE GIRLS ELIGIBLE)
FRY: "Friendship to All" Sue Warren
KELLER: "Fair Play" Sabine Jurgens
NIGHTINGALE: "Not for Ourselves Alone" Zoe Sakellaropoulo
WINNER Sabine Jurgens
GRAHAM FORM TROPHY 10-T Form Captain Jillian Baker
ALL-ROUND CONTRIBUTION TO
SCHOOL LIFE Christine Assad
EWING CUP FOR CHARACTER Susan Steele
FORMMISTRESS' AWARD -GRADE 13 Caroline Thamer
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S MEDAL FOR
HIGHEST PROFICIENCY IN GRADE 12 Elizabeth Seward
THE PHILPOTT TOKEN:
To our Senior Prefect for cheerful help in the past and for loyal support, and for effective leadership and authority with monitors and school
body this year.
AWARDED TO: Elizabeth Swift
Awarded to the Senior Girls who has tried most faithfully to live up to the ideals and best traditions of the School and who possesses the
qualities of integrity, trustworthiness, the spirit of comradeship and the capacity to achieve. The winner's name to be added to the illustrious
list on the plaque in the hall.
AWARDED TO: Sandra Zagerman
GOVERNOR GENERAL'S MEDAL FOR HIGHEST
PROFICIENCY IN GRADE 13 Candy Warren
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This year, as always, a number of prayers have been taken by the student body. In
the first term, the Grade Thirteens, most notably the prefects, graced the lectern to
speak about the Houses and the people who they are named after and then who can
forget Sue Steele's rousing interpretations of school life?! The second term saw
prayers being taken by every class in turn - quite an interesting display of talent! As
is the tradition in the third term, the Grade Twelves, divided into groups of three or
four, introduced themselves to the school with interesting and sometimes quite lively
displays of public speaking! In this term we also saw Thea Reed speak about IALAC
signs (I am lovable and capable) and we heard from Kalli Varaklis about the history
of Elmwood (included on pages 128 and 129).
Here we would just like to give you two short examples of two of the prayers done
by grade twelve. The first was about spring - who can forget it! - and was done by
Joanna Frayne Beatriz Padilla and Amanda Lovatt. The second is a short but
amusing fairy tale by Carina van Heyst, Sue Warren and Rosaline Ngan.
Spring means different things to different
people: for young children, it's the time to put
away skates and skis and get out baseballs and
running shoes. For those in early teens, it's time
to put away bulky winter clothes and find the
latest in T-shirts and shorts. For older girls, it's a
time to ponder over the future, or to lie in the sun
and dream. For teachers, it means the last term,
winding up the school year, and hoping that
some kernels of knowledge have found fertile
Spring is a time of planting, of faith, of
renewal - when everything is fresh and clean,
golden and bursting with new life. And spring is
the time when God smiles on this green and
pleasant land. Spring is a time to rejoice.
Twice upon a time, Cinderella sat twoderina about
her two and only Prince Charming. Suddenly she turned
to the fivest from whence her prince emerged.
"How fivethreenine I am three find you here in this
fivest." he said, then "Are you three be anelevending
my fi vernal ball on Threesday?"
"No five I have been fivebidden to go!" wept Cin-
"But you must come, five many fiveners will be there
from across the eight seas and from the five corners of
So anyway, he talked her into it and she went to the
ball. (Wearing her fivemal dress and, of course, her
At dinner, while fivecing an elevenderloin down her
throat with her fivk, she was relieved to hear the
musicians stike up a merry threen. Suddenly her Prince
appeared befive her and took her hand. He led her
towards the floor to dance and then outside.
"My dear," he whispered elevenderly, "You have
three of the most beautiful eyes I have ever seen."
Cinderella stopped him and said: "Befive you do
anything, are your ineleventions honourable?"
"Of course, my love, five you are my two and only
and I will never fiveget you and will love you five ever
So they were married and lived fiveever after in
If you understood this story, well congratulations -
you are very good at increasing your vocabulary. If you
did not understand - read it again, subtracting one from
every number you see included in word.
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Elmwood. What docs thai mean to you? Is ii jusi a place that you
are forced to go 10 every weekday, or is ii a school thai you'll stand up
lor among other jean-clad students and say, "I'm from Elmwood,
and I'm proud of it!" Elmwood has meant many different things to
many different people. We've had some notable people graduate from
Elmwood, for example, Senator Cairine Wilson, among other
We've had seven different headmistresses during Elmwood's 65
years. Elmwood's second headmistress Mrs. H.C. Buck, wrote a letter
in the 1932 edition of Samara telling us how Elmwood was when she
first came in 1923:
"I had been told to look for an old, rambling building. Well, I
did; but it was even more and old and rambling than I had
anticipated. I had great difficulty in finding any kind of a door,
on account of the snow and, on top of that, the real front door
was at the back, that is, on the North side. Inside there were
just two classrooms and up some very creaky stairs, two other
very small rooms were found with lean-to walls. That was the
sole school room accommodations."
Rockcliffe Preparatory School was founded by Mrs. Hamley S.
Philpot in 1915 in what had been originally an old homestead with
four very young pupils. In 1917 an old barn was moved next to the
house to make an Assembly Hall and three classrooms. In the 1919,
the property was deeded to the Philpots on the condition that none of
it is to be sold. In 1923, the name was changed to Elmwood School for
Girls. Before that, there were little boys enrolled in Rockcliffe
Unfortunately, the Elm trees were killed by Dutch Elm Disease, but
we now have a sole Elm tree gracing the West side of the school. The
first yearbook was published that year, called Samara. It had 16
pages. The motto, "Success is naught, endeavor is all," became
Elmwood's motto, and the school song was composed by Miss Tipple
and Miss Thwaite.
In 1925, the old house was demolished and a three-story house was
erected to accommodate the twelve boarders. The boarding house was
divided into three dormitories; Wynken, Blynken and Nod, and the
individual rooms also had names. For example, the Grade 9-C room
was called Honey Bear. In 1927, Lady Willingdon, Countess of
Bessborough, agreed to be Elmwood's patroness and was so for many
years until her death. In 1930, the barn was demolished and the
Assembly Hall was erected. It had six classrooms above the stage, and
below the stage, which had a plaid curtain, was a small study room, a
dressing and property room and a music room with a baby grand
piano. In 1933, Mrs. Whitwill's house was built. It is the house in
which all the headmistresses have lived in and will live in while they are
headmistress at Elmwood.
The Municipal Review of Canada, in November, 1931, printed an
article on Elmwood. It said:
A famous school has been created from which goes an in-
fluence that year by year adds its contribution to the happiness
and welfare of the country."
Elmwood has not always been as it is today. The green carpet in the
front hall has just been purchased in the last ten years; before, the
floor was of wood with a persian carpet in the middle, topped off with
the same table that sits in our hall today. It was slightly less battered
and had two benches instead of the one. The lamp-post on our stairs
has been there since 1931, and so have the stairs. Even the two chairs
that guard Mrs. Aldous' office have been there since 1931, but have
been reupholstered at least once since.
What was the Elmwood uniform like? Well, lake the uniform as is,
and replace the kilt and shirt with a plain dress with hand-knitted cuffs
and collars. Take off the green socks and put on beige stockings at-
tached to the bloomers with garter belts. Lengthen the sweater and put
yellow stripes around the collar because yellow and green used to be
Elmwood's colors. Then, put on a pale green tunic, tied at the back
with a sash, brown oxfords, a thin rectangular tie, a green cap and
you'll be just like the girls in 1934.
What was school life like? In the mornings, every morning, the
Head Girl would carry the Headmistress' books into Prayers and call
the role. In the 1950's. the grades were called by different names, there
were more of them and they were smaller. It started with kin-
dergarten, that Mrs. Aldous once taught, and all the grades, called
"forms," up to Grade Five were called "preparatory." Grade Six was
4c, Seven was 4b and Eight was 4a. In high school, Grade Nine was 5c,
Ten was 5b and Eleven 5a. Grade Twelve was called 6 Matric and
Thirteen was called 6 Upper, and none of these classes were co-ed!
Mrs. Lawson, who went to Elmwood in the 1950's, when Mrs. Buck
was Headmistress, remembers all the girls calling her "Eddie B."
behind her back. She was very strict and made the poor boarders go
on a "crocodile" walk every morning to the park and back before
breakfast. You could never say, "Hi, Mrs. Buck." You had to say,
"Oh, Good Morning, Mrs. Buck," and wait to see if she had anything
to ask you. If not, you'd just slip by and go on your merry way.
The girls started doing helpful things for other people. For example,
they knitted for the refugees during World War II. They saved war-
saving stamps and bought sweets for the children in bombed areas of
England. They also supported the Nasic Cot in India and started the
Sui Sang Committee in 1964.
The lending library was started in 1923, but it grew so much that in
1941. a Junior Library was formed and the real differences between
Seniors and Juniors began.
In 1956, the Mothers' Guild was going full force and it's the first
time that green kneesoeks appeared. We also had a new Headmistress
and it was the first time that we had an official choir. They wore, as
the Ashbury Choir wears, a white semi-surplice. In 1962, Elmwood
made its first television debut, advertising for students and it's also the
first time that the Prefects wore white blazers. In 1963-64, when Mrs.
Blythe was Headmistress, our famous bell was donated by that year's
In 1969, our own Headmistress came and although she missed the
boarders who had their last year in 1966, she has seen Elmwood
through many changes herself. Even in 1979-80, changes have oc-
curred, not only has the school been enlarged again, but the uniform
underwent and is still undergoing a major change. As you know, the
Senior School wears kilts now instead of the traditional tunic. We now
have 217 students, that's more than 50 times the original enrollment,
and now have gone back to accepting little boys as we did in 1915.
There is a map in the 9-0 classroom that shows where every Elm-
woodian lives. However it does not show the people who live in
Smith's falls, Chelsea, Quebec, Dunrobin, Kanata, Spencer City,
Carp, North Gower, Monatick, Abitibi and Buckingham (Quebec).
Many of our traditions today, come from long ago. For example,
our Prefect system goes back to 1952 when they received the authority
they have now, as a step towards self-government. The Merits started
then, and the Head Girl pin that Sandi wears dates back to 1932. In
1933, the Philpot Token was started, named after our founder. In
1927, the Houses were founded, Keller, Nightingale and Fry, and the
initials of the Houses were put on different shaped pins: Keller on a
diamond, Nightingal on a triangle, and Fry on a hexagon, as they are
today. Keller recejved an autographed picture of Helen Keller herself.
Our school is full of traditions, it's warm and something to be
proud of. It stands out among other schools for academic excellence
and for being the only girls' school in the Ottawa area.
The first Samara was named after the tiny winged fruit of the Elm
tree. After the yearbook was named Samara, the word took on a new
position and stood as a symbol of endeavor. The spirit of this school is
an ideal based on true friendship, the working together of all for the
common good, rather than for individual honor, aiming towards a
rightful endeavor . . . which is Samara . . . which is Elmwood . . .
Researched and Written by Kalli Varaklis
Farangis and Fiona.
I've had it, I'm leaving!
Every year, it seems as if Elmwood receives more and more attention in the news.
This year we had a colour picture of the Citizen Games contestant on the first page
of the Sports section (this can be seen on page 92) and we also had a colour picture
of the uniform on the first page of the Tempo secion. A picture of Candy Warren as
the Governor General's Award winner also appeared in the Citizen.
Elmwood has also appeared on television - the Reach for the Top team, plus a
short history of the school was shown on March eleventh. We've even been on the
radio - a five minute program on CBC radio on Elmwood and the advantages of a
Finally, something we should all be proud of as students of Elmwood - the
Samara from last year was judged third out of forty-four in the Citizen High School
Yearbook Awards contest. The picture below appeared in the newspaper. The praise
was very high of the cover, layout and complete effect - the third best overall
yearbook in Ottawa!
Co-Editors, Beth Swift and Candy Warren, with their award.
Every year, there are events that we will remember
for decades to come; things that the school year
1979-80 will recall to our memories:
SPIRIT DAY! - the treasure hunt and
dressing up, the Talent (?) Show - Herbie . . .
the six-handed pianist . . . Miss Elmwood
Contest . . . The Wizard of Oz . . . rehearsals
. . . ho, those snowflakes! ! . . . How about the
Senior Dance that was cancelled because of
missing pages! Who's the thief?!?! . . .
Camping trips . . . the Mock Election . . .
School outings . . . those great dances . . .
Sports Day . . . Lunches (there's no one to
blame - you made it yourself) . . . Thanks
everyone for a great year! ! !
J aCK the
Although we have mentioned the people on the committee who have given their
time for Samara this year, we haven't really thanked those others who have helped
make the job of producing a yearbook much easier with their co-operation and aid.
The first person we must thank is Mrs. Davies. She has helped us organize our-
selves and has gathered literature and many other needed supplies for us. Her ex-
perience in dealing with professional people, such as our National School Services
representative and our photographer has been invaluable. She has given her help in
sorting out more difficult problems, but has allowed us to develop the book as we
Secondly, we must thank Mark Whitwill for all his photography, especially in
extracurricular activities we could not get to, such as: "The Wizard of Oz", Junior
Entertainment Night, and sundry athletic events, including the Bonne Bell and
Osaga 10km races. He also supplied us with pictures of both halves of Sports Day,
not to mention his excellent Grad photos.
We must also give our thanks to Mrs. Butler for her listing of the sports teams
which made that section of the book so much easier to do, to Kalli Varaklis for
allowing us to use her Prayers as a complete history of the school (see pgs. 128-129),
and to all the staff for their help (like allowing themselves to be photographed),
particularly the English teachers for obtaining literature, and Mrs.Heacock for
getting us our much needed art.
A big thanks must go to Mrs. Whitwill for engaging Mark, for her splendid
opening letter, and for her help in countless other circumstances. Mrs. Aldous also
deserves our gratitude since she contacted the Citizen whenever we needed it (a thing
we'd rather not do ourselves) and for always knowing the name of every student in
the school, among other things. We cannot begin to thank the office staff for their
tolerance of us, particularly Mrs. Sigmund for putting up with our state of near
poverty (she knew how much money we did have - or didn't have - better than we
did), and Lynne Houwing in the last term of school (and even after that) for helping
us in anyway imaginable.
But most of all it is that student body who receives the most thanks, for they were
always there with something when we needed it. You have supplied us with typists,
photographers, writers - particularly poets - and artists. Many of the classes have
raised a great amount of money an act which has been greatly appreciated. Thank
you all, this is your yearbook, and you should be proud of it.
The Samara Staff
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490 Oakhill Rd. Kl P 1 J6
32 Imperial Ave. K1S 3E1
48 Kilbarry Cresc. Kl K 0H1
1819 Arizona Ave. K1H 6Z4
60 Lindhurst Cresc. K2G 0T7
903/200 Rideau Terrace KIM 0Z3
383 Mariposa Ave. K1M0S7
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2729 Baylie Ave. K2H 6Y7
45 Kilbarry Cresc. K1K 0H2
34 Rebecca Cresc. Kl J 6B6
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1030 Plante Dr. Kl V 9E6
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9 Elmdale Ave. K 1 M 1 A3
131 Minto PI. KIM LB6
20 Saginaw Cresc. K2E 5N6
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150 Lakeway Dr. K1L 5B3
1 50 Lakeway Dr. Kl L 5B3
13 Myrle Ave. K2H 8E5
203 Clemow Ave. K1S 2B3
203 Clemow Ave. K1S 2B3
250 Minto PL. KIM 0B4
7 Eleanor Dr. K2E 6A3
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34 Renfrew Ave. K1S 1Z5
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38 Rothwell Dr. Kl J 7G4
305 Thorold Rd. KIM OKI
16 Lambton Rd. K1M0Z5
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96 Marlowe Cresc K1S 1J1
96 Marlowe Cresc, K1S 1J1
122 Willington Rd. K1M2G1
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