FLOWERS, D., Cairns; September, 1953, to January, 1957; Prefect, 1955; House Captain, 1956; situation as Carpenter-appientice.
HORSBURGH, S., Somerset; October, 1955, to January, 1957; Restored.
REDHEAD, D., Somerset; October, 1954, to January, 1957; Situation as Carpenter-apprentice.
LINDFIELD, B., Cairns; September, 1954, to January, 1957; Situation as a Waiter.
ROBINS, R., Somerset; April, 1955, to January, 1957; Transferred.
CANN, A., Aberdeen; November, 1954, to January, 1957; Prefect, 1956; House Captain, 1956; situation as Carpenter-apprentice.
LEYBOURN, L., McCaJl; November, 1956, to January, 1957; Restored.
CUMMIXGS, C., Aberdeen; May, 1953, to February, 1957; Prefect, 1956; situation as Bootmaker.
BLACKBURN, A., Cairns; January, 1954, to February, 1957; Colours for Athletics; situation as Painter-apprentice.
JOHNSTONE, H., Somerset; March, 1954, to February, 1957; situation as Engineer-apprentice.
CATER, E., Somerset; January, 1954, to February, 1957; Prefect, 1956; situation as Gardener.
DAVIS, J., Somerset; January, 1953, to February, 1957; Colours for Table Tennis; situation as Bootmaker.
BOOT, P., Aberdeen; September, 1953, to March, 1957; situation in Warehouse.
HUNT, G., Cairns; September, 1953, to March, 1957; situation as Carpenter-apprentice.
WYN, R., Aberdeen; January, 1954, to April, 1957; situation as Bootmaker.
GOLDINGS STAFF SOCIAL CLUB NOTES
As we look forward to the advent of summer activities we can feel satisfaction in recording a record number of useful and enjoyable functions
during the past winter. Here is a summary of events held:-Four Social and Dance evenings.
Six Whist Drives.
Two Gramophone Recitals.
One Chess Tournament (Staff v. Boys).
Two Discussion Sessions.
One Table Tennis Match (Staff v. Boys).
One Billiards Match (Staff v. Boys).
Boys participated at two of the Whist Drives, and this new ventnre was much appreciated by our students.
The Discussion on I3th January was opened by Mr. F. Offord, and the subject, "Rewards and Punishments", produced a lively exchange of
Our new Chaplain, Rev. E. Appleyard, introduced the subject, "Religious Instruction", in the second, which was held on 3rd March, and the
large attendance of members enjoyed a very fruitful exchange of ideas.
The Headmaster provided an excellent and varied selection of music in the two Music Recitals, and we anticipate future evenings in this
sphere with great pleasure.
We are much indebted to Matron and Chef for their constant help in the provision of refreshments on many occasions, and to the Gardening
Department for some magnificent floral decorations which give such great enjoyment to all.
G. H. W.
GOLDINGS OLD BOYS ASSOCIATION
It is some time now since Old Boys' Association was founded
During this time we have run a football team, and although we haven't reached great successes on the soccer field we have made
many friends in the Hertford district, and it has also been something for the old boys in the district to do on a Saturday afternoon.
We also run, with the help of Mr. George Bousfield, two table tennis teams in the Hertford and District Leagues.
Last year the "A" team won the Division I League and Cup, and this year entered the Premier Division, where they met much stiffer opposition
and consequently had less success. The "B" team finished in the lower half of Division I.
Since last year we have started a "distant members' " section of the Association, and we have about 20 paid-up members.
The subscription for one year is 5 s., for which one receives three copies of THE GOLDONIAN annually. Anyone who wishes to join and help
the Association, should contact me (address below) and I shall be very pleased to enrol them as members.
We hope eventually to have our own clubroom, and all the help that anyone can give us in the way of donations will be gratefully received.
Before I close these few lines I would very much like to thank Mr. Wheatley, on behalf of the Club, for the use of the soccer pitch once again,
and for the use of a room and a table tennis table. I thank Mr. Greenhill, who has so ably prepared the football pitch . for our home games, and
Matron for supplying the refreshments for both football and table tennis.
123 CECIL ROAD, HERTFORD, HERTS.
BILL BEREXGER'S FIRST CASE By DOUGLAS V. DUFF
The story soon gets hot Chideock Moite, the ship, is held by the police, and is stopped from sailing. As the State Police of Santa Monica have
got two of the ship's officers, on a charge of murder, the ship is surrounded by the police and no one is allowed off it except the captain.
One of the cadets, Bill Berenger, thought he could investigate the matter himself. He got off the ship and into the slums of San Isidore. It did
not take long before he gathered a lot of information. Neither did it take long before he got himself in prison, by fighting in the streets. After
escaping from the prison he gives his evidence into the captain of the police, who gives him a letter stating that the ship can sail.
Straight after the captain of the ship received the letter, the ship made out to sea. After which the revolt started. Guns blasted toward the ship;
too late, it was out of range.
Back in England Bill got the praise of the shipping company and the captain's thanks and congratulations.
This is but an outline of an adventurous and most thrilling book.