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Tho distribution of prizes for the examination in connection with tho recentlyformed Congregational Sunday School Union of Otago and Southland took place in tho Moray Place Church School Hall. The gathering was presided over by the Rev. W. Saunders (president). The following is the prize list: — Grade I. (9, 10, and 11 years).—First prizes: Robert Henderson (Moray Place), Nancy Aslin (St. Clair), Mav Dryden (King Street), James Benfell (King Street), 95 per cent. ; Rovd Clayton (King Street), 92; Edna Routledge (St. Clair), 90; Georgo Mullinger (Ravensbourne), 87; Sylvia Taylor (St. Clair) and Jack Stewart (Port Chalmers), 86; William Thompson (Port Chalmers), 84; Margaret Mitchell (Port Chalmers), 83; Isabel Stevenson (Port Chalmers), 82; Evelyn Moody (St. Clair) and James Thomas (King ’Street), 81; Vivienne Fergus (Port Chalmers), 80; Mavora Bell (Port Chalmers). 75; Ira Thornicroft (Ravcnsboume), 75. Second prizes: Winifred Kemp (Port Chalmers), Amy Taylor (Moray Place), Vera Cranefield (Ravensbourne), 72 per cent. ; Nelson Pine (King Street), 63; Walter Fitzgerald (Moray Place), Ada Phillipps (King Street), and Phil Thornicroft (Ravensbourne), 62; Katie Mathison (Port Chalmers), 61; John Giesig (Gore), 60. Grade 11. (12 and 13 years).—First prizes: Elfreda Berry, May Matthews, Joyce Moody, Crystal Watson (all St. Clair), 95 per cent. ; Jack Thomas (King Street), 87; Arthur White (St. Clair), 84; Alexander Crust (Moray Place). 82; Winnie Benfell (King Street), Annie Fraser (Moray Place), 81 ; Esma Brebner (St. Clair), 80; May Cranofiekl (Ravensbourne!, 79; Allan Watts (King Street), 78; Flossie Mullinger (Ravensbourne), 76; Freda Sherborne (Gore), 75. Second prizes: Ken. Benfell (King Street), 74 per rent.; Myrtle Phillipps (King Street), Elaine Fergus (Port Cnalmers), Nossie Bell (Port Chalmers), 72; Olive Clayton (King Street), 71; Lily Monk (Ravensbourne), 70; Leslie York (St. Clair), 69; Joy MTntosh (Gore), Percy Keller (King Street), 67; Edith Armitage (Ravensbourne), 61. Grade HI. (14 and 15 years).—First prizes: Elsie Greenway and Chas. Kentledge (St. Clair), 95 per cent.; Lex Swanson (St. Clair), 92; George Wilkinson (King Street), 80; Jack Bryant (Moray Place), Effio Hall (King Street), 76. Second prizes; Huia Harland (Port Chalmers), Leslie Burk (King Street), 73 per cent.; Winnie Perks (Gore), Ronald Phillipps (King Street), 72; Melba Speden (Gore), 70; Hazel Barton (King Street), 69; Beryl Cooke (Moray Place), 68; Ivy Wilck (King Street), 67; Moana Morton, Alice Wilkinson, Leonard Mitchell (King Street), 65; Donald Bryant (Moray Place), Gordon Dryden (King Street), 64. Advanced Grade Essay.—First prize, Victoria Jefferson (Moray Place), 79; second prize, Bessie Millington (King Street), 69.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914