The Random Guardian, May 1965, Page 25

      

ROUND UP MINOR HOCKEY

conditioning of these youngsters as well as the discipline taught. In educating our children it is just as important to develop strong bodies as well as strong minds.

In order to show the appreciation in some small way for the excellent showing of our minor hockey players this year, a banquet was held at the Canadian Legion Club on Sat. May 15th. 1,t the banquet a presentation of trophies, as well as special awards for the Pee-Woo All Stars, was made. Guest speaker was Mr. Howie Meeker.

IN A LINE: In BOTTLING Eastern Tel & Tel Co. won the men's bowling knockout series over CNT..Athletic Assn highest team in men's league this year. ET&T bowlers, Ernie Drover (who just spent a week in Toronto on course) Sam Strong, Doug. Little, Lloyd Currie and George Dupont are off to Sydney to bowl against Hardwood Hill team. Ladies League Home Team sent to Corner Brook in Dominion Ale Provincial Championship...HOME AND SCHOOL REPORTS - boys' and girls' uniforms sent to the School Board for approval. The Ass'n. thanks-little Donna Soper who did a splendid job of modelling the girls' uniform - HAVE A FLING AT THE FAIR ON SAT. JUNE 12TH Mr. Alex Duffitt spent a week in Sydney on business ... Our congratulations to Diane Drover, our Home Baking Champion at Five Roses Bake Off in St. John's, who placed SECOND in-All Canada Bake Off in Toronto recently and won a prize of $200. On her return a dance was held and a sun, of money presented her ... Major A. Vardy, who has been serving in India for the past six and a half years, is home on month’s furlough. She is presently. visiting relatives in Gander and St, John's.: Mrs. Peter Cholock leaves this week by air for Orlando, Florida to visit her mother Mrs. Edgar Stanley who is a patient at Florida Sanatorium, and Hospital...We regret to report the passing at Gander of Mrs. Wm. Pittman. The deceased had lived in Clarenville for some time. Mrs. Ruby Gamier of Shoal Harbour is a daughter.