This gem of a photo from a late 1940s Bashaw School class was provided by Earl Berry, who has provided Bashaw Star with several historical Bashaw School photos. We will be showcasing these over the next few weeks. Berry was able to compile the names of many of the students but not all. If our readers can confirm the unknown names or spelling please contact the Star or Neighbourhood Place in Bashaw. And here they are! Pictured back row right to left: Teacher Jackie Blaney, Jack Shaw, Stan Traptow, Clarence Schneider, John Carter, Don Resler and Jack Schultz. Second row left to right: Margaret Gallie, Murray Schultz, Elise Miller, Pat Louther, David Gramlach, Niel Lyle, Fred Okey, Donna Schultz, Della Schultz, Stan Read, Joyce Resiler, Pat Channon, Jim Kisk, Dennis Schneider, Dale Way, Norman Albers, Larry Lowther, Gerry Carter, Merle and Murray Whitecotton. Third row from right to left: Jeanette Schultz, Connor Jamison, Lenora Benke, (unsure), Sandra Sunset, Carol Kimmelman, Gloria Trout and Ruth Weins. Front row from right to left: Leona Stewart, Jerry Schultz, Kendal Sutley, Stan Reid, (unsure), Alvin Hauser, Carol Miller, Beatrice Mah and Linda Dallman. Photo submitted

Blast from the Past: A look at a 1948-49 Bashaw School class

A Bashaw Star reader uncovered this gem of a photo from the Bashaw School late 1940s

A Bashaw Star reader uncovered this gem of a photo from the Bashaw School late 1940s

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