In the picture are from L-R: Evelyn Ramlall, Elizabeth Narine, and Idalene.
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Thanks to Elizabeth (Narine) Cheta for publishing a photo (class of 65). During those times only the fortunate could afford these privileges.
I encourage all grads to make full use of this site and put it to its optimum level. Please post any info and photos you have which will bring back the memories of school days.
This picture has evoked some beautiful memories of the way I remembered you growing up in Guyana. In 1966, just about a year after this picture was taken out and had graduated from CHS, you got married to my good friend, Harry Cheeta, of Nigg and not long afterwards both of you departed for Canada.
I had attended your wedding and I recalled the ceremony being held on the lawn of your parent’s home in Non Pariel/Enmore area. On your big day, you had looked so elegant being all decked out with that beautiful bridal outfit complimented with some pieces of fine jewellery. At that time, I was working in Georgetown at the Customs Department and travelled up to Enmore and teamed up with the group of guys from Albion/Fyrish area who had accompanied Harry on his big day. Later, the same day after the ceremony, instead of retuning to Georgetown where I was supposed to report to work the next day, the guys being persistent, I joined them and travelled up to the Corentyne.
At Harry’s parents home at Nigg there was quite a welcome party with an abundance and variety of great food and all sorts of drinks. The party, with lots of dancing and free flow of drinks, really got going later in the evening with a dazzling and superb performance by the Dil Bahar Orchestra of Albion. One of the lead singers in the band at that time and a gifted entertainer was your brother in law, Isaac Cheta. The festivities continued for about two days and after much exhaustion I retuned back to Georgetown.
Also, I knew you since the 1950’s when you were quite an attractive fine young lady growing up in Courtland Village next to Fyrish. Your dad was a dispenser at Albion Estate and also owned and managed a dispensary store before he had moved on to Enmore in the mid 1960’s to take up the position as a senior dispenser with Enmore Sugar Estate. Will be nice to see a recent picture of yourself on our Website so that those of us who knew then can see what you looked like after all these years. Once again, thanks for the picture.
Hi, I would like to contact Elizabeth Narine (Cheta). Please send her my email or give me hers.
Thank, she was my classmate
Hi Marlene, I will email it to you.
Hi Marlene: I am disappointed that you didn’t ask for me and Celina. We are still around.
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