Peter Jordan.

Peter Jordan, worked in the Comp. Room, at North Terrace and at the Netley Complex and is now retired after working up in the Far North of South Australia for quite some time.
Prized possession: Triumph Bonneville 1978, made in the United Kingdom.
Also, loves hard, edgy Rock Music and the Entertainment Room he built out the back of his Southern Suburbs home.
Biggest Disappointment: Being beaten by Warren Pietsch in the Comp Room’s Longest Arm Stretch competition.
Photo: Mark Noble

Helen and Jack Flack, OGL Reunion 2010.

Helen is a real live wire, great conversationalist and amazing worker for “Meals on Wheels.”
Jack a former Reader, Quality Assurance Officer and Compositor, is now quite an accomplished photographer with the Noarlunga and Southern District Camera Club.
Helen and Jack are regular attendees at our Legends Luncheons.
Photo by Mark Noble

Marianne Hunn, OGL Reunion 2010.

img_0155-1-scaled500Marianne was born in Linz, Austria. Linz is a beautiful city and was instrumental in the early development of printing.
1024px-Neuer_Dom_LinzPhoto: Linz Cathedral (Wikimedia)
She started at The Old Guv as a a Tea Lady progressed to the Front Office and worked in the Stores section..
When interviewed by the Guv’s “Interface” Magazine in 1988, Marianne said the best ever time she had in her life was behind the ICI Chemical Works back in the 1960s. A bit suggestive I would think.
Back in those days Marianne wanted to retire to a Hippy commune, I don’t think that ever happened.
When I bumped into her at our past Reunion Luncheon, Marianne had a very hazy recollection of what really happened behind the ICI Chemical works. She paused then a huge smile appeared on her face.

Chris and Louise.

Chris Wallace (Binding Room Office) and Louise Farrington (Binding Room and Micrographics, Adelaides) are both still working in the Graphic Arts Industry.
These two very nice ladies attended the Old Guv Reunion in 2010, held at the Buckingham Arms Hotel, Walkerville.
Photo by Mark Noble.