ST. MARGARET'S COLLEGE.
- St. Margaret's College priz«-giving entertainmeat. took place on Wednesday uight, when the Art Gallery was full of parents and fnends. The first part of the programme was an enter? tainment by the pupils. A French play, "Le.Roi Sana Royanne," was performed ty Misses K. Holmes, D. Dalgety, O. iTcllwraith, M. Curlett, J. Carrington, M. Payne, N. Marsh, F. Burton, S. ilsudo, J. Hill, T. Pinckney, and J. Storry. "Xoel," a ckrer children's play from the pen of a. pupil, Mbs Ngaio Mursb, was performed by Misses B. Scott, G. Jones. R. Atkinson, T. Papprill and E. Batchclor, of the Lower Bchool, part of the "Antigone" of Sophocke. was presented in charactw by Mirace N. Marsh, F» Bridge, 1L
Evans, F. Burton, M. Pyne and K. Holmes. Misses- M. Ruddock and D. Annetts played violin solos, and tho Upper School gave an exhibition of drill. All these- things showed careful training, and were, much appreciated. The prizes w-ere distributed by tho Yen. Archdeacon Enaor, who congratulated the pupils. Following is the prize list:—Preparatory Form—Shield Tobin (divinity, reading, writing and poetry), Elaine Buchanan (di%»inity, rending, writing and . arithmetic), Joyce Seth-Smith (arithmetc). Form. I. — Molly Hunt (divinity and "Shone Rhodes (divinity), Molly Solomon (arithmetic, leading and spelling), Barbara Cox (arithv metic and poetry), Enid Pritchett (drawing and sowing), Monica Hamilton (reading and spelling), Jlargcry Hill, (draw-ing and brushwork), Rosy Atkinson (reading and history), Rangi Fxaer (geography and reading), Gwen Smytho (reading). Form la. —Jean Leach (English and arithmetic), Helen Musgrovo (English and French), Jill Bishop (Fronch), Form ll.—Mavis Saunders (divinity, English. and French), Dorothy D. Diamond (divinity, form prize,' never absent or late), Muriel "Wallace (English, form prize, never absent or late),-'.alary Kiss (nature study, form prize, never absent or late), Bella Head (French, never absent or late), Theltna Turner (never absent or la-to). Form ■ 111b.—Lila Leach (English, form prize, nature study), Dorothy Hunt (divinity), Muriel ftoyds (Englieh, French and arithmetic), Louio Sims (arithmetic, needlework), Margery Brown (arithmetic), Vera Pap prill (nature study), Dorothy Grant (nature- study and drawing), Barbara Musgrave (form prize, never absent or late), Bertha Scott (arithmetic). Gwen Jones (form prize, never absent or law), Margery Pritchett (nature study, never absent or late), Margery, Boulion (French), Ruby Withell \French), Ruth Good (arithmetic), Iris Atack (nature study, never absent'or late). Form Ilia.—Dorothy Cowlishaw (divinity, form prize) never absent or late), Sylvia Fox (divinity), Joan Carrington (English, mathematics, languages and botany), Mary Hamilton (English), Ella Templar (mathematics), Ivy Cooke (form prize), Eileen Bowbyea (never absent or late). Form IVb.—Friede Burton (divinity, English, form prize), Claire Mason (form prize, French), Violet Zinimermann (literature), Eleanor Bridge (English and botany), Janet Park (arithmetic), Mary Ruddock (botany, needlework and class work special). Form IVa.—?3oua Pjme (divinity and mathematics), Dorothy Dalgety (English end botany), Doris Hill (English and languages), Mattie Brown (mathematics), Kflth-
!oen Mansell (form prir.e, languages), Jacei Siorry (drawing), Kathleen Holmes (svrininiing one mile), Jessie Hili <*wimcaing one mile). Fcrm Vb.—Zina (English, mathematics, languages, form prite), Frances Bridge (English literature), Winnie TVillianH (English), Xytiia Er.giaxid (botany), Gertrude Curry (never absent or iate), Sybii Maude (music epecia!). Form Va.—Xg-nio Marsh (English end Church history). Alison Jennings (literature, form prize)," Duicie HamiN I ten (Church history). Isabel Pinckney (lan- [ gufcges, form prize), Marjory Curlett final-lie- ! matics and language?). Lower School medal I for drill, it. Uoss; Upper School modal icr drill* D. Dalgety; lx>wer School crow for ! divinity. Lil'a Leach; Upper School cress for divinity. Alison Jennir.cs and March equal. The honour medal, for the girl who ) has exercised tlip beat, influence among her -•.ajpanions, went to Xgajo Marsh. '■
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ST. MARGARET'S COLLEGE., Press, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14537, 13 December 1912
ST. MARGARET'S COLLEGE. Press, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14537, 13 December 1912
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