As the Story is Told: Morpeth School: 1951

Every week, I share an excerpt from my Great Aunt’s book, As the Story is Told: A History of Morpeth and Community, which was printed in 1986. This week is a 1951 photo from the Morpeth School. I am wondering where my dad and his siblings are? They would have been aged 5, 6 and 7. My great aunt, Helene Duck, was one of the teachers at that time.

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1951 Morpeth School Ontario Canada

Morpeth School, 1951

Back Row: Larry Smith, Elinor Conway (Makey), Ruthanne Harvey (Poulin), Barbara Brackett, Helene Duck (teacher), Annie Blue (teacher), Isobel Rousseau, Rose Marie Smith, Wray Smith, Glenn Gray. Third Row: Fred Reeves, Charles Lambrecht, Herbie Trudgen, George Coll, John Jardine, Diane Valerio, Audrey Simpson (Hall), Anne Whitfield, Mary Coll, Lydia Rybansky, Marion St. Pierre, Deanna Grey, Pat Smith, Helen McLaren (Barnes), Shirley Magee (Rokebrand), Jack George, Jessie Hutchinson. Second Row: Bernice Coll, Teresa Holthof, Judy Rocheleau (Jones), Gayla Valerio, Nancy Barker (Penney), Betty Lou Smith (Auckland), Kathie Poulin, Sandra Valerio, Patsy Israel, Barbara Dell, Carol Smith (Devine), Carol Coll (Johnston), Janet Harvey, Harold Lock, Glen Magee. Front Row: Clifford Hall, Earl Hall, Robbie Conway, Ernest Pfaff, Freddie Coll, Eddie Coll, Alfred St. Pierre, Howard Galbraith, John Hutchinson, Bobbie Poulin, Bill Israel, Gerald Makey, Robert Hall, Jerry Smith, Tommie Smith.

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2 thoughts on “As the Story is Told: Morpeth School: 1951

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