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1940s
Gathering at The Palliser Restaurant in Truro,
NS on Aug. 12 '10. Front Row (L-R):
Jean
(Fraser) Wayling ('49)
,
Jean (Langille)
Bieber ('45)
,
Margaret (MacDonald)
Hamilton ('50)
,
Beau (Heine) Prince ('50)
,
Charlotte (Ritcey) Boates ('49)
,
Norma
(Kelly) Storey ('49)
,
Mary (Douglas)
McInnes ('49)
,
Greta (MacDonald) Milton
('49)
,
Ruth (Schafheitlin) Bulmer ('50)
,
Peggy (MacKay) Rogers ('49)
,
Marie
(Creaser) Rowe ('49)
. Back Row (L-R):
Fran
Gaskin ('50)
,
John Wayling ('50)
,
Peggy
(Zinck) MacKay ('49)
,
Gerry Milton ('48)
,
Beth (Marsters) McDade ('49)
.
Arlene Acton Holder ('45)
and Fred M.
Patterson were married in Moncton on Jun. 16
'10. Fred's son
Gary ('71)
and Arlene's son
Michael ('72)
are both Commerce graduates.
James H. Gass ('45)
writes, "Our family cele-
brated this year when my granddaughter
Hannah Kearney won gold in freestyle skating
at the Vancouver Olympics. She started the
World Cup in Europe this December."
Dr. Joseph "Zack" Marshall ('49)
was one of
several Allisonians featured in the publication
Bermuda 1609-2009, 400 years -- 400
portraits
. Others include
Ralph Marshall ('50)
,
Robert Barritt ('50)
, the late
David Critchley
('47)
, and the late
Stanley Gascoigne ('37)
.
Zack was also inducted into the Springfield
College Athletic Hall of Fame in '06.
1950s
A group of Allisonians got together for a mini
reunion in Oct. to celebrate
Margaret
McCain's ('54)
birthday. The ladies enjoyed a
spa day at Langdon Hall in Cambridge, ON.
Pictured here from left to right are:
Margie
(Norrie) McCain
,
Suzanne (Somerville)
MacLean ('52)
,
Myra (McKiel) Breithaupt
('54)
,
Barb (Welton) Rowley ('54)
,
Alice
(Robertson) MacLeod ('54)
, and
Mary
(Holborow) Allen ('54)
.
Graduates from the late 50s and early 60s
gathered at
Sandy ('59)
and
Margaret
(MacNeill) Flack's ('60)
summer home on PEI
to celebrate the season.
Sweet little Sackville
on the marsh.
Music, interesting
people, conversation,
little shops with nice stuff,
good food, and a feeling
everything's going to be okay.
Bring us your boredom,
we'll trash it for free.
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