TE PUKE DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL
These names are from the Te Puke Times of 4 February 1927.
The following candidates were successful in the 1926 examinations: -
JUNIOR NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP (Value £40 PER ANNUM)
Scholarships – Roland Danvers, Michael Joseph, Charles Cottrell
Passed – Edith Pearce, Tui Day, Mona Quayle, Astley Cottrell, Fred Collins
SENIOR NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
Passed – Rosa Cooney, Thornton Keys
PUBLIC SERVICE ENTRANCE
Passed – Frank Dixon (with credit), Ivan McNaughton, Geo Simpson, Gordon Johnstone, Nancy Allen, Eva Shepherd, Eric Stevens, Jim Sinclair, Colin Watson
Passed – Thornton Keys. Also Dolph Montgomery, a pupil of this school until a few weeks before the examination.
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