GUARDIA - Memorial University of Newfoundland
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then on Sunday. like in every other ewfoundland IOwn they go 10 church. Towering high above the houses are many beautiful churches, catering to the spiritual needs of the people. Much credit is due to the residents, for some of those places of worship are newly erected. Stephenville can also boast of a new $70,000 post office, a new R,C.M.P. building, and in prospect are other buildings such as another new bank, and a T,C.A, terminal. A two-storey town hall, 40' x 60' will be built on the main street. The first floor will house civil defense equipment. and town council apparatus, ' The second floor will include council chambers. and offices for town council, and civil defense. The present Roman Catholic St. Stephen's School has twenty rooms, 900 pupils, with fourteen Sisters, and six lay teachers. Domestic Science is taught where girls learn needle work. cooking. and the boys learn carpentry, A new Roman Catholic High School-a two-storey building, lOS' 6" x 54' -with allowance for extension, will soon be constructed. It will contain seven class rooms, Science room. library, assembly room, physical training instructor's room, THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, STEPHENVILLE, photographed at Ihe Red Rose Club: sealed [rom righl 10 1C£l-Emile Billard, Harold Meade, Oscar Yates, Hank Holland, Seaet.ary; Leo Bruce, Presidentj Kevin \Valsh, first vicepresident; John Rankin, Gordon Archer, A. D. Shave, J. H. Hodder. Standing (rom right to leCt--Hynes Keating, Albert Snooks, Phil McCaWl, Jerome Delane'l, Gerald Shave, Charlie Swartz, Berkley Evans, J. C. Parsons, Dave Banjkin, Albert Krakousky, and Irving Resnik.