Back Row (L-R): H. A. Montague, C. H. Champion, A. Anthony
Middle Row: P. A. Street, J. Antoine, J. Davis, H. R. Jenkins, J. D. Craggs
Front Row: T. M. Cartledge, J. J. Whiteside, E. W. Young, R. E. Johnson, W. E. Mulford
A. Anthony won the Sambrooke Scholarship in Science to Kings College, London, 1933. Second Class Honours in Mathematics, 1936. Working for the Super-Marine Aircraft Company at Southampton in 1937.
Philip Arthur Richard Street won a Pass Special in zoology, London University 1936. In 1938 he was a research scholar under Professor Haldane and passed his M.Sc examination. He returned to Harrow County, as a master, after teacher training, in 1939. Form Master of 2A in 1940. He did some war service at a government Research post from 1942 returned to HCS and then left in 1945 to take up a position at Kingsbury County School.
Pilot Officer Joseph Antoine volunteered for service with the RAF in 1940. In May 1942 he began operational flights as a navigator. On August 25th 1942 he was killed while returning from his twenty-second operational flight.
J. J. Whiteside was School Vice-Captain 1931-32 and won a Scholarship in Economics to the London School of Economics in 1932. He was working in the audit department of the War Office in Edinburgh, 1932.
E. W. Young was School Captain 1931-32. Completed degree course at Cambridge. Temporary post teaching at Aldenham School in Winter 1936. Teaching at Ilminster Grammar School in 1937. Author of Geographical Text Books.
W. E. Mulford was awarded Colours for Rugby, Cricket and Athletics. Games
Captain 1931-32, Prefect 1931-32. Squadron Leader William Mulford, RAF,
joined the RAF before 1937. He did both operational and instructional work and
was a night bomber pilot. He was missing and then presumed dead on June
Source of photograph: Gaytonian, November, 1931