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| ANNUAL PRIZE-GIVING. 'Che annual. prize-giving and concert in Connection with'the Salvation Army to(jk place at the Barracks last, evening. Adjutant Haywood presided over a largo attendance, and an interesting programme was . rendered as follows : Songs, school yiildi ?n; ' recitations, Mioses Annie Haywood and.Elsie Robinddn; dialogue, Mi&es Annie Haywoo.d and-Grace Cobb; selections, Brass and String Bands. Miss Stella Haywood presitleid at the .organ for the children s 60lfgS. I ' PRIZE LIST. ..The following prize' list w?s presented by|Adjutant .Haywood, assisted by Sergt.-Major Cobb:— >. ... | GIRLS. ' Bjble Class—Eva Haywood, o,.Bailey, G. .Jensen, Annie Naumann, lOllp. Doods, Elsie Lane, Alice Hunt. Class I.—lvy Russell" (full), Eva Bailey, Annie KilTrask,. -'Ruby Curtis, Eva Dodds, "Reta Chuck. Class ll.—Dolly Chuck, Grace Coßb, Grace Bailey, Maud Kilgour, Annie Haywood, Doris Handcock, Doris: Hepworth. Class 111 -—M. Foster, D. Plimmer, E. Piimnier, I. , Naumann, Doris Hoare, Elsie, Wickenden, H. Mitchell. Class IV.—M. PlimmeK'.tV. Bailey, N. Foster, A. Eiifieell, V. 1 Russell, E., Bailey, li. Mutch, M. Mil#, R. Haywood', E. Pgonr, R. Hoare, I. Mutch, Mvra Birch. M. "Wellington, E. Wellington, E. Handcock, I, Handcock, W. Handcock. Class V.— I. Bailey, Myrtle Tucker, Muriel Tucker, Ethel Wickenden, Ivy Havis, Annie Hoa;'e,Neoie,Thorburn. ■ BOYS. . Bible,.Class.—Lynch Cobb, Len. Gobb, H. JenSeii, H;,- Smith, F. Mann. Class I.—H. Rowlands. W.rlvilgoui', H. Haywood, W. Russell, G. Foster, A. Naumann, J. Smith; H. Newell, M. Hoare. Clafifi II;—E. Foster, Alf. Haywood, R. Cobbj: ; 'P f ; Smith,; G. ■Hodpi. A. Dodds, ! E, Bfastiii. -Glass 111 Basil Rowlands, E. 'Haywood, F. :i ßailey-, G. Cobb, E. ' Scott, M. Brastin, H.-Tong, C. Jensen, B. 'Jackson, li. Brastin. Glass IV.r- . G. Jensen, G. Russell, E. Jensen, AJensen. - ; " During ..the evening Sprgt.-Major Col)b, ; oh' beha]f of the school, presented Miss Stella' Hay wood with a hanfioroely bound • bbtjk as a token, of their appre- ' ciatiori of her excellent work as teacher and organist. Three books were also presented to Mr Malcolm for his children, "the 1 books having been won at the Onehunga Salvation Army School.

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Manawatu Standard, Manawatu Standard, Volume XLI, Issue 9705, 5 January 1912

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SALVATION ARMY. Manawatu Standard, Volume XLI, Issue 9705, 5 January 1912