There was a largo attendance at the Salvation Army Hall last night to witness tho annual prizo-giving in connection with tho Sunday School. ,- Thirteen pupils gained tho possible marks (936), namely:— Stolla Haywood, Annie Teaguo, G. Jonsen, Etlith Tcague; H. Rowlands, Lynch Cobb, Len Cobb,' E. Kilgour, C. Cobb, Maud Kilgour, Annio Kilgour, Graco Cobb, Basil Row-, lands. It is a noteworthy fact that no less than five of tho thirteen pupils live on an average Jivo miles from town. It is surprising that children living at such' a distanco have braved all kinds' of weather and attended every meeting of their Sunday School. r' Tho prize list is as follows: Bible class.—Boys.: Tinsley Jackson, Willie \Bailoy, Claronco Cobb, H. Jesson, R, Nownll,,' E. Kilgour, Rucbcn Tremaine, Girls: Eva Dawson, Stella Haywood, Ruth Cobb, Gertio Lano, Minnio Tarrant, Ivy Lano, Gertie Jensen, Vera Simpson. Class L—Boys: Lynch Cobb, Len Cobb, A. Norman, 11. Rowlands, Will Kilgour, 11. Haywood, T. Mann,, Bruce Hunt,. Harold Jensen, Girls: Annie 'Teaguo, Carolina Bailey, Eva Haywood,. Alice Hunt, Ella Dodds, Annie Norman, Elsie Lano. Class II—Boys: Willie Russell, George Foster, Horace Newel!, G.' Hodson. Girls:- Annie Kilgour, Edith Teaguo, Ivy Russell, Dolly Chuck, Eva Bailey. ' Class 111. —Boys: Herbert' Long,, F. Bailey., K Cobb, Alf, Haywood, Melvin Hoare, C. Jensen, B. Rowlands, Ernest Foster, E. Haywood. Girls: Annie Haywood, Grace Cobb, Reta Chuck, Doris Handcock, G. Bailey, Maud Kilgour,.G. Scott, Ida Norman, Emily'Wickenden.; Class IV.—G. Russell, G. Jensen, E. Jonsen, Tcddie Scott, Basil Jackson, Alf. Jensen, George Cobb, Lcslio Wickcndon, Clary Wickonden, H. Brasty,.W. Bailey, Reta Haywood; Marjory Plimmer, M. Mutch, Hazel Mutch, Arthur Wellington, Ernest Brasty, M. Tucker, M. Wellington, E. Wellington, Alf. Mutch, Len Tucker, E, Votroskoy, Neta Foster, Eva Plimmer. Dora Plimmer, Reno' Hunt, Millie Foster, Hilda Mitchell, Reno Hoare, Roy Hodson, Elsio Handcock, Ivy Handcock, Ella Bailey, E. Kilgour, Violet Russell, Alma Russell, E. Wickenden, M, Birch, D. Hoare. . During the presentation of the prizes Scrgt.-Major A. J. Cobb presented Adjutant Rowlands with an' autograph album on behalf of the Bible Class. Mr Rowlands, who has been connected with the children's work for some timo past, is giving it up for the treasurership of tho senior corps. During his term of office ho had been of great service to the Major in helping him' with tho junior band. Ho was a most efficient teacher, and as a result of his efforts seven have been transferred to the senior corps and band. For his great service in helping him Mr Cobb presented the Adjutant with a handsomely bound volume,
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SALVATION ARMY., Manawatu Standard, Volume XLI, Issue 9450, 24 February 1911
SALVATION ARMY. Manawatu Standard, Volume XLI, Issue 9450, 24 February 1911
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