Hi Shane, how then does Bob Campbell fit in? He attended the re-union and claimed he was the principal of the primary school in 1966. Maybe Campbell was theMessage 1 of 3 , Oct 1, 2007View SourceHi Shane,how then does Bob Campbell fit in? He attended the re-union and claimed he was the principal of the primary school in 1966. Maybe Campbell was the vice principal, and Webster the principal, or vice versa. Surely there wasn't two principals in the same year...but I guess that's possible...one might have replaced the other...but Bob Campbell claimed to be the principal of the primary school on the day.Cheers...George Simpson....AUFORN Vic.----- Original Message -----From: Shane L.J. RyanSent: Sunday, September 30, 2007 12:31 PMSubject: [Westallhighschoolufo] State (primary) school.
Dear list members,
Congratulations and commiserations to all those in Geelong and Port
Adelaide! It's Manly and Melbourne's turn tonight in Sydney! Being
in Canberra I can be aloof and neutral!
Quick question for you all - but particularly for those who attended
Westall State School.
Mr Webster was principal of Westall State School in 1966, I have
been informed. Any ideas of what became of him and whether he is
still with us or not.
Also looking for a Mr Waugh who taught at Browns Road State School
in Clayton in 1966, and who sanctioned the article about the flying
saucer which appeared in that school's newsletter ("The Clayton