Calgary Herald

1953-06-20 page 9


Teacher Installed As H.S.A. Head 

(By Herald Correspondent)
CLARESHOLM-- Horace Gray, vice-principal and Grade Seven 
teacher in the Claresholm school was installed as president of the Home and school Association at the final meeting before the fall term Wednesday by J. F. Hamshaw.
Other officers installed were: 1st vice-president, C. V. Bennett; sin; 
secretary, Mrs. Ernie Morfitt; treasurer, Walter Wigg conveners of committees; program, Mrs. Eddie Toone; hospitality, Mrs. W. M. Hodgson; press and publicity, Mrs. A. W. Kennedy; membership,Mrs. John Gunderson and Lunch, Mrs. Ralph Bothoras.
DURING THE BUSINESS meeting a sum of $200 was voted to be used for figure skating instruction in the coming year. The association will pay the tuition for two Grade II girls to attend the Physical Training course at Red Deer this summer.
R. J. Doyle expressed his thanks to the members of his executive for the excellent co-operation throughout the year. A vote 
of thank was extended the whole executive.
THE PROGRAM was a display of work by the industrial arts and home economics classes and a fashion show by the girls whomodelled the garments they had made.

Extracted by J. Kynman 2014-11-22