1962 December V 12 No 3

RIVERVIEW REVIEW

At the Annual Election of officers for the Windsor Club, the following Executive was elected:

President                               — Herb Wyness

Vice-President — Alf Fakeley

Director                                — Herb Sutton

Director                                — Ronald Seal

Social Convener — Mrs. Irene Anderson
Members of the Executive remaining in office are:

Secretary                               — Erny Schulz

Treasurer                              — Tom McLennan

Director                              — Bob Lorenson

Director                                  — Mrs. Alf Fakeley

Director                                  — John Williams

The Windsor Club this year sponsored a scholarship award at the Elk Point High School. Mr. E. Schulz, club secretary, presented the $50.00 award to Miss Stella Boratyneck for proficiency in typing.

A Windsor Club party was held September 22, 1962 to honor Mr. and Mrs. L. Grosso and Mr. and Mrs. J. Nimmo. Mr. and Mrs. Grosso have subsequently moved to Pentic­ton, B.C. following Louis' retirement from Company ser­vice. Mr. and Mrs. Nimmo have moved to Pugwash due to John's transfer there. Both couples were presented with gifts of luggage. The local women presented Mrs. Grosso with a lawn chair to match the one the Union presented to Louis. The party was well attended and enjoyed by everyone present.

Newcomers to the townsite are Mr. and Mrs. W. Sullivan. Mr. Sullivan is a powerhouse shift engineer.

Tom McLennan recently journeyed to Calgary for a reunion with the "Scotch" of the Calgary Highlanders.

Dan Allen recently returned from a trip to the Okanagan Valley in B.C.

A holiday in sunny California was greatly enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reintjes. All their friends will be sorry to see the Reintjes leaving soon. Frank has accepted a position with a consulting engineering firm in Edmonton.

The new company truck adds a touch of color around the place. A change from blue to red.

Recently confined to hospital were Darlene Wyness and Faye Anderson.

Recent additions to the Salt Licks Family include baby girls for the families of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Young and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bjornstad.

Congratulations to John Zaraska on his recent marriage to Miss M. McGuiness.

George Krissa has returned to the big game country and is presently stalking crippled moose, over-aged elk and other denizens of the Edson swamps.

The people of the Company's accounting staff had their annual get-together in Edmonton. One of the highlights of their gathering was a trip to Lindbergh and Elk Point. All arrived in good spirits shortly after 2 P.M. and were taken on a conducted tour through the plant. We noted only a slight disappointment in these MEN OF FIGURES (Only four girls on the packaging crew and none in the office!!)

Their tour ended with a trip to Elk Point where Bea and John Williams were hosts to the accountants and super­visory plant staff. The hostess, with the help of Mrs. Modin, served with gracious decorum a delicious, delightful and delectable turkey dinner with all the trimmings. To these MEN OF FIGURES this ADDED to their pleasure, SUB­TRACTED from their disappointment mentioned above, and MULTIPLIED their satisfaction with no DIVISION in the ranks. The statistical PERCENTAGE remained at 100: that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach!

The 24 that were present at the dinner were:

ACCOUNTING                  PLANT STAFF

Lorne Whittaker Windsor                     Elmer Bjornstad

Norm Webber Windsor                         Alex Wyness

Lloyd Haugh         Windsor                  George Krissa

John Herne          Neepawa                  Marvin Bartee

John Nimmo        Edmonton                Ron Seal

Tom McLennan Lindbergh                   Howard Austin

Theo Finlayson Montreal                      Erny Schulz

Mac Thomas          Montreal                 Ed Pankiw

Frank Whitty         Montreal                  Herb Wyness

Alan Clarke           Montreal

Guy Lord               Montreal                         SALES

Andre Richard Montreal                         Don Lumby           Edmonton

Pierre Drouin       Montreal                 Reg Hooper                  Edmonton

An expression of sincere thanks was extended from everyone to the host and hostess which was gracefully accepted.

Despite the lack of a whistle for the SOW SONG, every­one had a very good time.        - E.B.

Accountants' Conference, Lindbergh: Mr. and Mrs. Reg Hooper, T. McLennon, T. Melny, and broad shoulders of L. Haugh.

Mr. and Mrs. Reg Hooper, Bee and John Williams, L. Whittaker and John Herne.

 

Liquid assets: Lorne Whittaker and Gary Lord. Background, Don Lumby, Frank Whitty.

 

Edmonton Stenos, Dixie Douch and Carol Clifford, surround Norm Weber — or vice versa.                                               "Surprise". Allan Clarke, on behalf of the Accountants, preesnts a 21st Wedding Anniversary Gift to Bee and John Williams.