A Godolphin School War Savings Association was started last July, and it may be of interest to readers of the Magazine to know that up to the present date there has been subscribed the sum of 67l. 1s. 6d.
This means the purchase of 86 certificates, of which 65 have been distributed to members. There are now 71 members, and considering that a large number of girls contribute in other ways to different forms of War Saving, the position of our Association and the amount so far gathered in seem quite satisfactory. Anyhow every little helps.
E. H. DOUGLAS