TEMUKA BOYS' HOME
A USEFUL INSTITUTE. The school results for the second term at 'the Salvation Army Boys' Home, Temuka. are again very satisfactory. The prize are as follows: Standard 6 —Frank Davis 1, HubertPearce 2. Standard s—David Marsh 1, Scott Henderson 2, Horace Irving 3. Standard 3 —Willie Holt 1, Willie Carroll 2, Fred .Marsh 3, Alfred Lilley 4, Charles Gillasi o. ' Standard 2—Jack Bird 1. Rewi Hamley 2, Sydney Hanna 3, Sydney Holt' 4, Peter Hunt 5, Ivor Acker ley 6. Robert Knox 7, Allison Carroll and Norton Ellen 8. Henry Anderson. 0.
Standard I—Fred Kershaw ], Norman Bird 2, Melville Christian 3. Cyril Smart 4, Ken Moodie 5, David Adamson 6, Clem Christian 7.-.Willie Upston 8, George jNladson 9, Thos. Mad?on 10. Primers 2- ag 3aek Knox 1, Harry Mantel 2, Claude Dellow 3. Douglas Christian 4, Sain. Wallace o, Vai. Porter 6, Jas Walton 7. Primers I—Jack Gillan 1, Willie Thomson 2, Rupert Km ox;- 'By Hector Upston 4, Eric Gixllan-o. The Manager (Adjutant Wain) informs us that lie lias at present. 55 boys in the Home, and is' expecting two more to come from Oarnarn next week. • The health of the boys -coiftiriues good. During the vacation the' boys were busily engaged in practical farm work, and everything is now well under way for the coming season. The past winter has been very hard on the stock of clothing and the Matron has had difficulty in catering for this large company. At present" the stock of working o!otlies is at a- 'low mark, and the manager will be grateful to receive any parcels of clothing, or clean old linen, iHese may he sent direct to tho Home or left at the'local Salvation Army Captain's quarters. During tho past few weeks parcels of food which were left over from various socials in the district have been received, a'nd for these the boys are sincerelv grateful the gardens surrounding the Home at present look charming with their adornment of lovely spring flowers, and a v.sit to this mterestihj? Institution" ,> well _ worth _ while. The Home j s open * or /"spection ever y TJmrsdav from ° to 4-30 p.m.
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