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Newspaper Snippet - Exam Results - Stella Worldon

Today's snippet involves my Great Grandmother Stella Jane Christina Battye nee Worldon.


Source: School Exam. (1920, June 21). The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate (NSW : 1898 - 1928), p. 3. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article123646688

Transcript:

School Exam.
Results of the quarterly examination held at St. Stanislaus' School Gundagai:-
Seventh Class (Upper Division.)
Kenneth Webb 1390, Doris Hill 1356, Louise McGuire 1329.
Seventh Class.
Alma Geaghan 991, Vincent Carberry 941, Olive Murphy 858, Herbert Gibbons 858, Adele McGuire 778, Connie Tweedie 775, Muriel Owen 767, Pearl Neve 750, Florrie Gibbons 712, Winnie Stutchbury 654, Gordon Owen 619, Alice Kelly 594.
Sixth Class.
Mollie Sullivan 994, Eva Davis 962, Cecil O'Sullivan 741, Clarrie Reardon 502, Peter Reardon 482.
Fifth Class.
Rene Barton 517, Jack Hill 501, Mona Gardiner 488, Les. Barton 480, Paddy Sullivan 476, Chas. Hill 469, Agnes Reardon 410, Cecelia Pigman 400, Will Hogan 397, Eileen Sheehan 375, Eileen Lenehan 374, Ivy Cooper 352, Elsie Freestone 340, Maggie Regan 325, Noel Kenny 310, Rita Collins 300, Vincent Power 300, Doris Carberry 295, Ernest Rolles 210, Bert Barton 162, Phyllis Freestone 160, Jim Arentz 110.
Fourth Class.
Doris Elliott 450, Kath. Pierse 425, Bella Hutchings 410, Ted Webb 390, Mary Murphy 370, Aline Barrett 365, David Fraser 350, Mary Williams 327, Stella Worldon 325, Katie Murray 324, Arthur Hogan 315, Bertha Carberry 312, Doris Neve 310, Renie Reardon 310, Edna Hill 295, Millie Rolles 290, Bridget Ryan 265., Teaney Lynch 259, Clem. Carberry 205, Jack Carrigg 177, Allen David 140, Leo MacFarlane 110, Ray Svnold 100.
Third Class.
Mollie Collins 403, Jim Sullivan 398, Monica Kenny 396, Mena Webb 395, Genevieve Carberry 390, Thelma Webb 381, Ethel Rolles 381, Cecil Williams 375, Dorothy Smith 370, Clara Pierse 368, Joe Bourke 341, Pat Reardon 312, Jack Arentz 312, Andy Murphy 274, Eileen Barton 274, Angeline Bull 272, Mary Worldon 267, Mabel Goodsall 253, Mary Hutchings 250, Iris Barrett 250, Hilda Deighton 249, Elsie Coulton 246, Gertrude Passmore 236.  Mary Searle 231, Kitty Withers 230, Florrie Worldon 227, Will Synold 200, George Regan 150, Annie Murray 115, Josephine Williams 115.


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