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.... Open Letter.

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Trefriw Schools.

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Ruthin Fur and Feather Show.

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Llanrwst Council School.


Llanrwst Council School. II PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. On Thursday afternoon an event of con- siderable interest took place at the Council School (boys' department), when Mr. Wm. Hughes, J.P., Chairman of the local Educa- tion Authority, accompanied by the Rev. Wm. Thomas, also a member of the Edu- cation body, attended for the purpose of distributing prizes for good attendance. Mr. D. J. Williams and the staff arranged an interesting programme of songs and re- citations, all of which were much enjoved. The Chairman and the Rev. William Thomas delivered short speeches, in which they congratulated the master and the mem- bers of his staff and the children, And at the same time wished them all the season's greetings. THE PRESENTATION. Silver watches were presented to Robert Roberts and R. Evan Pritchard, on which was the following inscription:—"Present- ed by the Denbighshire Education Commit- tee fur seven years' perfect attendance at the Council School, Llanrwst, Deoember, IQIO. The watches were supplied by Mr Owen WiiLams, Cro.vn BuiJdings, Llanrwst. The school opened 399 times during the year, and the following were presented with books for anending during that period — R. U. Roberts. Christmas Hughes, John Griffith, W. R. Hughes, J. Hudson, Samuel Thomas, Samuel Tudor Hughes, W. Wil- liams, Arthur Hughes. Arthur Roberts, John Thomas, W. R. Jones, John Roberts. Emyr Jones, Maldwyn Williams, R. E. Hughes, O. J. Pritchard, T. J. Owen. Prizes for good attendance were also awarded 10 W. Percy Jones, Ernest Hodg- ins, ILarold Evans, T. Williams, W. Hughes Wm. Davies, John Williams, R. C. Roberts, Henry Parry, M. Ll. Hughes, Jonathan frivett, H. J. Williams, Reginald AIlsupp, Llewedyn Williams, Idwal Jones, J. R. Davles, Arthur Davies, Owen Roberts. On Friday afternoon Mr. Wm. Hughes and the Revs. Wm. Thomas and Wr. <"vnwvd Williams attended the girls' department. where the head mistress (Miss Jones) and the staff had prepared a very excellent pro- gramme. The conductor was Miss Evans, and Miss I Roberts accompanied. Short addresses were delivered bv the Chairman and the Revs. Wm. Thomas and W. Cynwyd Williams, who congratulated Miss Jones and the staff on the splendid ap- pearance and discipline of the children and upon the programme just listened to. The Chairman then called upon Mrs. Ro- berts, Llys lyfyr, to present the books, and MAS. Thomas, China Warehouse, to deliver the certificates. The following were rewarded for perfect attendance:—Blodwen Thomas, Mary ( atherine Williams, Fllen Edwards, Hannah jj Mary Hughes, Annie May Williams, | Myfanwy Davies, and Miriam Hughes. j Good conduct prizes were awarded to "f Esther Lloyd Roberts, Vera Owen, Ellen, | Edwards, Myfanwy Burgess, Meta Owen f lhomas, Lizzie Ann Jones. The most marks j I during the year were obtained by Esther | 1.10 Yd Roberts, Emily Williams, Myfanwy i Burgess, Winnie Richards, Mary E. Ro- 1 berts, Elizabeth A. Jones. r. The next best attendance to those already I named were Dora Ellis, Katie Davies, C&ssie | Jones, Maggie B. Jones. | Certificates for good attendance were awarded to Blodwen Thomas, Mary Cath- erine Williams, EJIn Edwards, Hannah M. Hughes, A. M. Williams, Myfanwy Davies, i Muriel Hughes, Annie O. Jones, Lizzie J. Roberts, Mair Roberts, Sarah Trivett, Sarah E. Edwards, Dora Ellis, Lizzie Ann Jones, Catherine Davies, Mary Williams, Nellie Davies, Maggie A. Jones, Winnie Jones, Annie Lewis, Mary E. Roberts, Sarah Ro- I berts, Rennie Hughes, Elizabeth May Ro- berts, Cassie Jones, Esther Lloyd Roberts, Maggie Blodwen Jones, Jennie Jones. Succeeding this was another interesting event, for a huge Christmas tree had been arranged in the centre of the room, on which hung a large assortment of seasonable toys, &c., and following upon a loud knock at the door a real live Santa Claus entered the room, much to the delight of the youngsters. Father Christmas, with his usual kindness, then handed each of the children a present, the singing of the two National Anthems bringing to a close a very pleasant after- noon's programme.

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