That was my first job. Worked with Jacqueline Hardy. Neil Baglin was my boss. Left in 1966 to get married.
My family and ancestors have had a relationship with the Camperdown Chronicle since at least 1879 on the Rose side and much earlier on the Hill's side. Well done and something very special should be done for 150 years!
The girl next to Philip Brown could be Leanne Deneraux, most likely not correct spelling 😂 but pronounced Deneray. Is the boy next to her Scott Montgomery.
Dean Brown next to Gary Milne(apprentice jockey of the year some time later?)
Mrs Gibb and her husband used to run the picture theatre and we used to get tickets to go to movies at the end of term
38 students, most learnt . LOL
I wasnt there yet 🙄
I always thought that Barry Jenkins and Vicki Londrigan were a grade below . I know they were in some mixed grades. I don,t remember them starting high school at the same time. They could have went to the Tec. ????
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4th row----Boy?, Russell Cook, Philip Russell , Paul Jackson, Greg Roser, Brian Monloney, Gary Milne, Dean Brown, Wayne Grinham,
Mrs Gibb must have filled in. Because our Teacher in preps was Miss Clements she was married that year. She was thin, tall with long black hair.
2nd row---Julie Henry, Alistair King, Boy? , Scott Montgomery , Leanne Deneraux, Philip Brown , Douglas Pain, Peter Skelton, Girl?, Boy ?
3rd row----Andrew Daffy, Tony Esh, Ross Mahoney, David Anderson, Vanessa Kelly, Karen Ailey, David Cable, Wayne Jolly, Robert Whitewood.
First row left , sitting girls, Maria Podger ( Vansomeren) , Jenny Foster ( Teal), Keryn Clementson ( Fox), Vicki Morgan ( Fitzgerald), Donna McErvale, Susan Lake, Susan Kennedy, Jenny Hayhoe, Janet Phipps ( Fitzgerald ) , Girl?
Bruce and Cheryl, what fo you think? Bill Fisher would have been there too.
Looks like her in the centre row 3rd from left.
I went to Talindert school for about six months during the early years of the war, Mr Charles Gore was the teacher. My Father joined up and we rented a house in Camperdown for the duration of the war plus some 10 years.Meryl FISHER
Lyndell Jacka Kerrin Jacka this is so wonderful
I think you're right Carole. You look just like Thelma. Little cutie 💞
Love the boy with a flower in his lapel.
I’m wondering if that’s Thelma McGill (Fisher) on the right, third row , wearing long white socks . Looks very like her and she would have been 11 in that year.
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