GERALDTON BOY GAINS FIRST PLACE.
The annual examination in Scripture knowledge was held on August 5. In this State 847 scholars entered, and 373 gained passes. The State Secretary has informed the Gtjraldton Presbyterian Sunday School that it has had the hon our of capturing the first place in the Middle A division for the State, this being secured by Melvin Fong, 11 years of age (son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Fong) and a scholar in the Sunday school class of Mr Alexander Johnstone. 'Please convey to Melvin Fong our congratulations on his success is the i message from the Examination Committee. The following students were also successful: — Senior A Division, first class certificate, Stella Cross, 73; Jun ior C, first class certificate, Jean Logan 81; Middle A, second class certificate Eileen Dick, 70, and Jean Morris, (-9; Middle B, third class certificate, Mar jorie Burns; Middle C, second class cer tificate, Evelyn Youard, 7-t and Oswald Fong, 73; third class certificate, Beryl Dick and Betty Clark. Saturday 13 October 1928 Geraldton Guardian