Canadian Junior College students who didn’t go home for Christmas in 1939 planned a lot of fun activities, one being a scavenger hunt. They were divided into six groups and given a list of thirty things to find. One difficult item to find was a black pair of stockings (not socks). One group was successful with the loan of a pair from Mrs. Dan Leiske. The group that brought in the best collection in the shortest time received a prize of “a delicious Christmas cake.” The winners: Marie Widen [Buhler-Fisher], Verna Moser, Leonie Hermann [Miller], Harry Baerg, Nick Trynchuk, Robert McEachren, Irwin Horsley and Marvin Nickel.
|Lorena Mae Smith|
The first year an Aurora yearbook was published was in 1927. A prize of $3.00 was offered to the one submitting the most snapshots to be used in the College annual. No record was found for the winner.
|Two gentlemen enjoy a "prize worthy" boat ride on|
|The cover of 1927 Aurora, CUC's first yearbook.|