Lanark Village School Photos — 1901 Graduates names names names

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Lanark Village School Photos — 1901 Graduates names names names
The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
31 Dec 1900, Mon  •  Page 2
Amanda MelnykLanark Village Community Group
 
Came across this picture in a box of my Dad’s “treasures”! Lanark Public School, Grades 2 & 3 1959. How many people do you recognize? My Dad (Art Paul) is in front row, bottom right.
Lanark Village, Ontario :
Public School, Grade One, 1946.

Teacher was Miss Shillington (not shown).
Back Row, L to R: Mary Graham, Margie Somerville, Patsy Campbell, Ruth Somerville, Ruthie Drysdale, Evie Gibson, Margaret Matthie, Sandra Bouchette.
Middle Row, L to R: Donna Christie, Victor Greer, Bev Liddle, John Storie, Lewis Blackburn, Marie Brady.
Front Row, L to R: Billy Ballentyne, Ron Jones, Bill Darou, Harold Reid.

Photo from Ruth Duncan
Jo Rintoul is wondering if anyone can name the students.
School is the large building across from the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Lanark ..in my day it was used as public school but, I believe it also was used at that time as High School but not completely sure of my facts
Beverlee Ann ClowI would love to know the names of those students. All my siblings and I went to that school. Mona, Ron, Murray, Craig, Clarke and I. (Whyte)
Lanark Public School 1921
Eric is wondering how many people can you name from this 1959 Lanark Public school picture
Amanda Melnyk
November 7, 2020  · 

Found another gem my dad (Art Paul) had kept! Lanark Public School Grades 5 and 6 Circa 1962/63
How many people do you recognize?

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