Native OCR: Again we regret to record the death of a governor, Mr. S. Cursley, J.P., who gave unstinted service to the School for many years.
~Eric Sydney Wade, a member of Forin Ill . ~L., died in April. His cheery and whimsical person was sadly inissed bv his forni mates and by many others.
Mr. Parmenter, to whom we said farewell in J uly, will loiig loom large in happy memory. The rumour of building extensions at Ashby is as yet unconfirmed.
In his place, we welcoine Mr. Noble of Wadham College, Oxford i.nd Mr. Rogers of Liverpool University. Miss Irwin and Mr lnderson have also become full-time members of the Staf~
M. S. Lindahl this year wears the crown of scholarship. Beside a State Scholarship, he won a County Major (placed first in the County), and the Risley Scholarship. Kate Boyes gained furthcr honours by winning an Open Scholarship to Newnham, Cani- bridge, and E. Harrison won an Entrance Exhibition to Nottingliam University College „
~Joan Knott of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (I933-36), brought distinction to herself and her old School by · getting a First Class in. French at the Final Examination of the Honour School of Modern Languages at Oxford. There were only six others. P. Wright (2nd Class Hons. French) also passed his final at Nottingham this year. Congratulations to botli
Bessie Smith, Betty Woodrow, Kathleen Heaps, and H. M. Crisp Iia,ve succeeded in getting into the Civil Service as Clerical Assis- tants. Sir Josiah Stamp, this year's President of the Royal Society, started in the same Service as a Boy Clerk. Who knows ?