CHHS Class of '64
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You know your middle aged when?!
CHHS Year 5 – 1964 – Boys  Scroll down to read names  Back (5th) Row:Brett Griffin, Gerrit Gerlach, Colin Gill, Bern
CHHS Year 5 – 1964 – Boys Scroll down to read names Back (5th) Row:Brett Griffin, Gerrit Gerlach, Colin Gill, Bernard Griffin 4th Row:Robert Griffin, Tom Keevers, Doug Turner, Larry Griffin, Gilbert Stokes , Doug Sykes 3rd Row:Don Hammon, Karl McPhee Warren Fuller, Wayne Buckman, Richard O’Toole, Ken Batterham, Ian Shepherd, Peter Moller, Peter McDonald, Greg Ferris. 2nd Row:Keith Smith, Ian Mahood, Geoff Maunder, Robert Cowan, John Rose, Peter Reeves, Robert McPherson, Ron Gray, Ian McGrath, Wayne Smith, Jim Gallacher. Front Row: Barry Barnett, Jeff Herdegen , David Navin, John Muldoon, Phillip Ireland, Danny Martinez, Jim Holmes, Robert Sinclair, John Samio, Greg Hardy.
CHHS Year 5 – 1964 – Girls  Scroll down to read names  Back Row: Christi
CHHS Year 5 – 1964 – Girls Scroll down to read names Back Row: Christine Wheaton, Bev Ovens, Lyndall Ashdown, Dawn Eckford, Kay Wheatley, Beryl Moller, Marita Quinn. Middle Row: Kathy Campbell, Bev O’Neill, Joy Wear, Lynette Amos, Yvonne Eeley, Lucy Rovere, Esther Trustum, Anita Spagnolo, Beth Hunter, Leonie Davis Front Row: Denise Gawne, Bev Noyce, Ann Young, Lyn Brown, Judy Stoker, Lorraine Crabtree, Bev Amos, Pat Pearce, Jan Ross, Myrell Christen Girls not present - Bronwyn Williams.
Captains Message 1964  Scroll down to read  Girls Captain’s Message   	It is with mixed feelings that I find my school
Captains Message 1964 Scroll down to read Girls Captain’s Message It is with mixed feelings that I find my schooldays reaching their end. I am conscious of many things suddenly – first the many happy days I have spent with you all in work and in play, my fellow students and my teachers, and the unforgettable association I have formed and which I am sure will endure during all my life. I am also conscious of the fact that our school years are our formative years, and much depends upon our attitude to parental supervision, teacher guidance and team spirit, also our respect and tolerance of our fellows. Let me urge you to remember that “Lumen ex Tenebris” means not only the learning of material facts and figures, but also the acquisition of personal qualities of character enable you to take you place in the world as a civilised and enlightened being. Respect your parents, you teachers and your fellow students, and endeavour at all times to a credit to the Coffs Harbour High School. -Ann Young Boy Captain’s Message Enjoy your school days while you have them for believe me, they go surprisingly quickly. Do not consider your work at school a drudgery, but an improver of your mind; work hard at it, and the reward you receive is priceless – education itself. Foster an ambition, aim high, for it is true that “since you know what you want and are willing to work hard at it for as long as it takes, there is nothing you cannot do.” While you are at school, think more for your mates than for yourself. Be tolerant and try to see their points of view, even if they violently conflict with yours. Defend your opinions, but always endeavour to keep you temper and as Ghandi says: “If you are in the right, you can afford to keep your temper; if you are in the wrong, you cannot afford to lose it”. This philosophy certainly merits serious consideration, and, if you abide by it, the respect that your schoolmates have for you will surely increase. Finally, devote all your energy and skill to any project in hand, whether in school or on the sporting fields. You will be amazed at your own powers! - Doug Turner
1964 Boys Basketball
1964 Boys Basketball
1964 School Choir
1964 School Choir
Softball 1964
Softball 1964
I know the people - but what is the photo for!?
I know the people - but what is the photo for!?
Prefects 1964
Prefects 1964
Debating Team 1964
Debating Team 1964
Staff 1964
Staff 1964
Cadets 1964
Cadets 1964