A Message to Miss White – Summer Term 1917

After many years of giving great gifts to the School, you have left us for social work of another kind, and the call came to you so suddenly and so urgently that you slipped away without our telling you one half of the affectionate gratitude we feel for all you did for all of us, and especially for those who had the privilege to work in closest touch with you, whether as colleagues or as pupils. The Magazine must, therefore, do its best to make you feel what we feel, to make you hear the “clap” in the School Hall at Mark Reading, and to convey to you our very best wishes for whatever you do always, and to carry to you our love.

M.A. DOUGLAS.

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