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EDITORIAL WE DRAW to the close of another year at Trafalgar, we cannot help but recall the memories — of the pleasures we have had and of the friends we have made. We should realize what a great privilege we have in being able to attend a fine school, and what this will mean to us in the future. Good schooling is of vital importance, and those who are fortunate enough to receive it do not always realize its value in the development of their character as well as in the furthering of their studies. During our final year, this idea becomes much more vivid to us, and we wish that all students who have been given this asset would become more aware of it, and thank Him whose will has favoured them. • • • In mpttiortam The School has been shocked and saddened by Miss Mcintosh ' s sudden death on May 3rd. Miss Mcintosh came to Trafalgar as matron in Septem- ber, 1953, and had steadily assumed new responsibilities, until at the time of her death she was Head of the Boarding School. In this capacity she was responsible for innumerable details of domestic life, which are important to us all. Miss Mcintosh never allowed herself to be harried by them, and her graciousness and dignity of manner will long be remem- bered by us. For a long time, too, the Boarding School will miss her presence. J.M.V.F. 
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YEN. ARCHDEACON A. P. GOWER-REES At its annual meeting in October, the Board of Governors of Trafalgar School passed the following resolution: " That the Board of Governors record with profound regret the death of the Ven. Archdeacon A. P. Gower-Rees which occurred on 1st September 1956, and extend sincere and heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. Gower-Rees and to her daughters. The late Archdeacon was a member of the Board of Governors of Trafalgar School for Girls from 1940 and President of the Board from 1946 until the date of his death, and in these capacities served the School with distinction; his death resulted in a great loss to the School as well as to the rest of the Community and he will be remembered with respect and affection. " With this resolution we of the School would like to associate ourselves. " The Archdeacon " , as we always called him, was a former schoolmaster, and he never needed to have the intricacies of school life explained to him. He came frequently to visit us — to take prayers, and on other occasions — and his visits were always welcome. His last official visit was on the occasion of the opening of the new wing of the School by the Governor-General in February 1956. It is fitting therefore that the accompanying portrait should commemorate that occasion. J.M.V.F. 
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FORM OFFICERS FALL TERM Form Arts VI Science VI Form Va Form Vb Form IVa Form IVb Form IIIa Form IIIb Upper II Presidents Jane Walker Sydney Colpitts Margaret MacLean Elizabeth Brooks Glee Willows Marion Ballantyne Sheena Brydon Barbara Rowat Beth Lennox Vice-Presidents Jennifer Biggs Barbara Barker Anne Bergithon Jane Torrey Bette Shannon Barbara Stanfield RoNNE Heming Sandra Williams Andrea Stein SPRING TERM Form Arts VI Science VI Form Va Form Vb Form IVa Form IVb Form IIIa Form IIIb Upper II Presidents Jane Walker Sydney Colpitts Margaret MacLean Sydney Price Bette Shannon Clare Connor Lee Henderson Karen Price Ruth Karlson Vice-Presidents Jennifer Biggs Joan Baylis Lee Reuland Elizabeth Brooks Wendy Laws Tanya Gagnon Janet Beattie Beverley Rowat Jill Murphy Form Arts VI Science VI Form Va Form Vb Form IVa Form IVb Form IIIa Form IIIb Upper II Form II Boarders Library Representatives Phyllis Weldon Linda Hilliard Judy Irwin Anne Begor Lois Lennox Linda Guthrie Janet Beattie Beverley Rowat Jo-Anne Humphreys mireille coulourides Margaret MacLean Treasurers Beverley Smith Joan Baylis Sue Vickers Laureen Hicks Joanne Fyfe Elaine Speirs Lee Henderson Pat Wilson Robin Richmond 
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