Boys left during Summer Term, 1959
BACON, DAVID; Sheet-metal Work; April, 10,56, to April, 1959. Prefect, 1958. Colours for Boxing. Trade: situation.
BARLOW, DAVID; Sheet-metal Work; June, 1957, to April, 1959. Colours for Football and Athletics (Victor Ludorum). Trade situation.
BI.AKEI.EY, DEREK; Carpentry; September, 1955, to April, 1959. Trade situation.
BORRILL, TERENCE; Carpentry; April, 1956 to April, 1959. Prefect 1959. Trade situation.
GRAHAM, THOMAS; Carpentry; April, 1957, to April, 1959. Trade situation. (Shipyard).
KINGSNORTH, GEOFFREY; Carpentry; January, 1957, to April, 1959. Trade situation.
LOCKEY, KENNETH; Carpentry; September, 1957, to April, 1959. Restored.
MYDDLETON, PETER; Printing; September, 1956, to April, 1959. Restored.
RANDALL, ROBERT; Printing; September, 1957, to April, 1959. Restored.
REED, LESLIE; Gardening,; September, 1955, to April, 1959. Trade situation.
ROUGHTON, FRANK; Carpentry , April, 1956, to April, 1959. Trade situation.
WALSH, MICHAEL; Shed Metal Work, September, 1956, to April, 1959. Colours for Football Enlisted in Army as tradesman apprentice .
YEO, IAN; Gardening; April, 1957,to April, 1959. Trade situation.
New Entrants during Summer Term, 1959
BACKHURST, M., from Village home,to train us a Sheet-metal Worker.
BALDRY, M., from Ipswich, to train us a Gardener.
BASSETT, J., from Hove, to train as a Gardener.
BEATTIE, J., from Boarding Out, to train as a Carpenter.
BISHOP, C., from Bromborough, to train us a Carpenter.
BLOTT J., from Huntingdon, to train as a Carpenter.
BULLOCK, D., from Village Home, to train as a Bootmaker.
DENTON, S., from Village Home, to train as a Printer.
EVERETT, P., from Bromborough, to train as a Gardener.
HARRISON, L., from Hampshire, to train as a Painter and Decorator.
JORDAN, R., from Hawick, to train as a Gardener.
JUSTICE, M., from Village Home, to train as a Carpenter.
MARNO, D., from Village Home, to train as a Bootmaker.
MATTHEWS, P., from Boarding Out, to train as a Sheet-metal Worker.
METCALFE, J., from Stockport, to train as a Printer.
PEDERSON, J., from London, to train as a Sheet-metal Worker.
PURDY, R., from Bromborough, to train as a Bootmaker.
ROWLES, R., from Village Home, to train as a Printer.
THOMAS, G., from Village Home, to train as a Bootmaker.
THOMPSON, D., from Northumberland, to train as a Bootmaker.
WISINGER, D., from Bromborough, to train as a Gardener.
Goldings Old Boys' Association
Having moved into Division 1 and finishing seventh was quite an achievement for the Old Boys, and next year we hope to do even better as we
are now reaching the stage where there are quite a few chaps coming out of the Forces, which not only gives us more players but a chance to
build a stronger and regular team.
HERTFORD AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE—DIVISION i
Bayford and Brickendon
Goldings Old Boys
This year we have not done so well as we anticipated, having finished in the bottom half of each table. Next year we are going to give a chance
in this field to our younger members and we hope we will get their support.
BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER
As a new venture this proved quite successful and with the keenness of members it is hoped to run an additional team next year.
It is now a year since we first started to renovate our present Club headquarters and although it has been open for some time, work has not been
completed yet. It is hoped, however , that it will be completed in two months' time so that those who remain will be able to keep it in good
The buffet for the sale of soft drinks and general refreshments is now open and is proving very popular.
As these notes will be my last for a long time I would personally like to thank all Departments for the help they have given me during the past
eighteen months with the establishing of our Club headquarters, May I say to the younger members who are now joining the Association: we
have done quite a lot in the. laal six years' and you can ili> n lot more in the next six.
T. ALLEN, Hon. Sec.
News of Old Boys
DAVID ALLEN : Spent a Sunday with us at the end of May. He is doing very well at his trade as a bootmaker and seems very happy. Present
address: 7 Conduit Road, Abingdon, Berks.
JOHN BAILEY: Spent Whitsun week-end with us. Has settled down very well and still plays football regularly. Present address: 9 Coxcoln
Avenue, Twickenham, Middlesex.
TREVOR BROWN: Spent a week-end with us early in May. He is working for a firm which specialises in reproduction of antiques and sounds
very interesting. Present address: 36 Holden Park Road, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
TERRENCE BORRILL: Has settled down in his new job, and is very happy in his new life. Present address; 58 Herongale Road, Wanstead,
BARRY BOOT : Is now fully apprenticed at his trade as a carpenter and appears to be doing very well, attending evening classes and taking
necessary examinations. Present address: 30 Clifton Gardens, Chiswick, London, W-4.
KEITH AND MALCOLM BRIERLY : Two of Mr. de' Boeck's boys he can be really proud of. Making great strides in their trade with a big
firm in Blackpool. Both boys still live with their mother, -who also paid us a visit recently. Present address: 17 Knowle Avenue, Cleveleys,
HARRY BINFIELD : Spent Easter week-end with us. Seems to have settled down very v,eil. Present address: 44 Manor Road, Ley ton,
ERIC BURGAR: Spent Easter week-end with us. Working at Wick-ford in Essex. Present address: Killarney Lodge, Atherston Gardens,
ANTHONY CANN : Has now moved up to Leeds and is working for a firm as a coppersmith, and is liking it very much. Present address:
62 Conference Road, Whingate, Leeds, 12.
BRIAN CUNNINGHAM : Has signed his indentures as an apprentice carpenter with a well-known firm, and has settled down very well.
Has been to see us for a couple of week-ends. Present address: 102 Bedford Road, Marston Morteyne, Beds.
KENNETH HAMMOND : Has called to see us several times. He is in The Royal Fusiliers, and stationed in London. Present address:
23686197 Fusilier Hammond, Depot Training Company, The Royal Fusiliers, H.M. Tower of London, E.G.3.
BRIAN HEMMINGWAY : Has settled down very well according to a very interesting letter received in March. Present address:
48 Revendon Road, Wickford, Essex.
DEREK MUNDEY : Wrote a very nice newsy letter at the end of March, although it was only in February that he called to see some of the
staff and boys. Present address: 60 Gloucester Road, Ipswich, Suffolk.
LEONARD MOTT : An ex-School Captain, great sportsman and good printer, who left us in 1956, wrote in March. Is doing very well in the
trade and endeavouring to make even greater progress. Present address: 43 Cambridge Road, Wanstead, London, E.II.
BRIAN MCCARTHY : Completed his apprenticeship as a compositor last year, and started work with a local firm. Has had to leave print for
a couple of years to serve in H.M. Forces. Present army address not known, but can be contacted through 39 Cherry Tree Green, Hertford.
EDWARD OVERTON : Is working as a clinical messenger for a rediffusion wireless firm, and seems very happy. Plays table-tennis for his
firm too Present address: 8 Caledonia Avenue, Brighton Street, Heall Road, Hull.
MICHAEL WALSH : Spent a ten-day holiday with us in May. He is learning to be a book-keeper. Present address: Queen Elizabeth Training
College, Leatherhead, Surrey.
DEREK SMITH: Keeps in touch with us fairly regularly and has recently changed his address. Present address: 49 Anson Road, Cricklewood,
STANLEY WRIGHT : Spent Whitsun week-end with us, seems quite happy. Present address: 33 Melba Road, Uppper Holloway, London, N.17.
MICHAEL WALSH : Left us at the end of April to make his career in the army. Present address: A/T M. Walsh 2370132, 16 South J. Wing,
J. Company, A.A.S. Beachley, Xr. Chepstow, Monmouthshire.
EDWARD WARD : Left us some years ago after training as a compositor, is now married with two children, and may be emigrating to
Australia. Present address: 10 West Bar, Banbury, Oxon.