Pentre Higher Elementary School* Entrance Examination Results. The following is a complete list of the candidates who presented themselves1 far examination on July 3rd, placed in order of merit. The highest possible number of marks is 380. JBUYS. Marks. 1 W. A. Jonee, Park 333 2 Will iam Lake, Cwmclydach 325 3 Bertie Millward, Treorchy 319 4 'D. L. Jones, Ynyswen 319 5 W. M. Evans, Ynyswen 318 C P. M. White, Bodringallt 317 7 Richard Lewis, Pentre 308 T. J. Lewis, Blaenclydach 308 9 J. M. Jones, Dunraven 307 10 Garfield Bees, Cwmclydach. 305 Gwilym Ileos, Ton 305 12 Elwyu Hughes, Treorcliy 303 13 Steven Bowen, Treorchy 302 14 G, 0. Jones, Ton 301 15 W. J. Wright, Treorchy 300 1G D. E. Jones, Ynyswen 299 Emlvn Michael, Owmclydach 299 18 W. D. Davies, Owmclydach 298 19 H. T. Jo nets, Treorchy 295 AV. D. Jones, Ton 295 21 John Charles, Ton 294 John Thomas, Treorcliy 294 2-3 B. G. Davies, Ton 291 24 H. G. Kinsey, Gelli 289 23 Fred Hutchings, Ton 287 26 David Hughes, Ton 285 27 Morgan Evans, Dunraven 278 D. H. Thomas, Treorchy 278 i Reg. Royall, Pentre 278 Vernon Smith, Pentre 278 31 D. G. John, Blaenclydach 276 32 T. J. Walters1, Pentre 275 Tho.s. Bateman, Bodriiigallt 275 34 G. R. Thomas, Ynyswen 272 35 S. S. Morgan, Ton 270 C. EL Button, Pentre 270 D. W. Lewis, Pentre 270 38 Salatlliel Lloyd, Ton 269 39 Stanley Sheppard, Pentre 268 40 J. I. Lloyd, Ton 267 41 D. J. Evans, Treorchy 265 D. R. Davies, Treorchy 265 43 Benj. Rees, Ynyswen 264 44 Albert Evans, Treorchy 263 45 J. J. Davies, Cwmclydach 261 I. G. Morgan, Cwmclydach. 261 47 M. M. Jones, T I'eorchy 259 48 Edwin James, Pentre 258 49 Percy Stone, Pentre 257 D. T. Jones, Penyrenglyn 257 51 Jos. Matthews, Blaenclydach 256 Arthur Jones, Treorchy 256 53 D. J. Williams, Treorclay 253 54 Maldwyn Jones, Blaenrhondda 250 55 W. S. Jones, Owmclydach 248 T. J. Roes, Treorchy 248 57 D. T. Jones. Ton 247 Haydn Phillips Penyrenglyn 247 Chas. Austin, Ynyswen 247 G, W. Lewis, Pentre 247 61 Gwilym Davies, Blaenclydach 244 62 Gomer Thomas, Dunraven 243 63 Hugh Harris, Cwmclydach 242 64 C. H. Rees, Bodringallt 241 65 D. J. Bebb, Ton 239 Stanley Jenkins, Cwmclydach 239 67 I. G. Richards, Ton 238 68 Samuel I-liggoi-i, Park 237 69 D. G. Davies, Pentre 236 D. J. Watkins, Park 236 L. R. Jones Blaenclydach 236 72 W. J. Thomas, Park 235 T. L, Phillips, Ynyswen 235 74 Haydn John, Blaenclydach 230 75 John E. Jenkins, Ynyswen 226 76 Wm. Llewellyn, Blaenrhondda 224 77 Gwyndaf Rowlands, Park 222 78 Edgar Morris, Ton 221 79 W. A. Davies, Bodringallt 219 80 Glyn Hughes, Treorchy 218 81 Edw. Lovell, Blaenclydach 217 h 82 Geo. Williams, Dunraven 215 83 R. T. Harry, Park 210 T. G. Harding, Bodringallt 210 85 Trevor Lewis, Yiiyswen 208 86 V. J. Williams, Owmclydach 204 87 T. W. Thomas, Llwynypia 198 88 John Devonald, Ton 193 89 W. J. Edwards, Llwynypia 190 Stonewall Cleaver, Ynyswen 190 D. Griffiths, Penyrenglyn 190 92 T. P. Davies, Pentre 185 93 Ivor L. Evans, Treorchy 179 94 Herbert Powell, Ton 177 Wm. Williams, Pontrhoiidda 177 96 Benj. Arthur, Treorchy 170 97 W. J. Davies, Treorchy 169 D. J. Hopkins, Ynyswen 169 99 D. L. Rees, Pontrhondda 162 100 Herber Williams, Pontrhondda. 160 101 Jonathan Jones, Treorchy 154 Thos. Richards, Pentre 154 103 Everard Skym, Treherbert 149 104 D. R. James, Treorchy 144 105 Ivor D. Abraham, Park 143 106 Alfred Evans, Park 125 107 L. A. Lewis, Ton 105 GIRLS. 1 E. Scott Pentre 356 2 Elsie Gerrard, Pentre 344 3 E. C. Jones, Treherbert 334 4 Bessie Lewis, Pentre 322 5 B. E. Rogers, Dunraven 321 6 M. J. Hewitt, Bodringallt 318 Hetty Rees, Treherbert 318 Gertrude M. Hughes, Treorchy 318 9 Annie Jones, Ton. 316 10 Catherine Lloyd, Pentre. 315 11 Bessie Griffiths, Pentre 312 12 Phyllis George, Ton 310 13 Susie John, Pentre 304 14 Elsie Williams, Ton 303 Irene Meredith, Park 303 16 Eva Howell's, Treorchy 301 17 Eliz. Humphreys, Pentre 300 18 Clara. Richards, Pentre 296 19 Eiddwen Jones, Ton 295 20 Mary R. Nash, Gelli 293 21 Edith Newbury, Pentre, 291 22 Gwyneth Switen, Blaenclydach 283 23 Jane Jones, Treorchy 279 Margt. Lewis, Pentre 279 25 Esther A. Jones, Treorchy 278 Myfanwy Jones, Gelli 278 27 S. J. Carter, Pentre 274' 28 Nellie Edwards', Ton 273 29 Gwyneth Jones, Ton 272 30 M. J. Lewis, Treorcliy 268 A. M. Morris, Pentre 268 32 P. A. Evans, Treherbert 265 33 Sarah Haye, Penyrenglyn. 264 34 Gertrude Perry, Gellv 263 Ida Bidmead, Pentre 263 G. L, Thomas, Ton 263 37 M. H. Williams, Treorchy 262 j 38 M. E. Evans, Cwmclydach 206 Margaret Fairbrother, Pentre 256 40 Ruby Richards, Ton 255 M. G. Williams, Ton 255 42 S. E. Lloyd, Gelli 252 43 Annie Demaid, Blaenrhondda 251 44 Gwenfron Evans, Ton 250 45 Doris Morgan, Pentre 249 Flossie Wifliams, Pentre 249 47 Magdaline Jenkins, Treorchy 247 48 Dorothy Couisins, Toil. 246 Violet Morris, Ton 249 50 Jane M. Davies, Treorchy 243 51 Rachel A. Jones, Bodringallt 242 52 A. M. Evans, Cwmclydach 240 53 Esther M. Jones, Treorchy 238 Maud Davies, Treorchy 238 Mary Davies, Gelli 238 56 Margaret John, Pentre 236 Keturah Davies, Cwmclydach 236 58 Annie Morgan, Blaenrhoridda 2303 Elsie C. Samuel, Treorciiv 230 60 Ethel A. Thomas, Ton 234 Margaret Thomas, Ynvswen 234 62 Milly Royal 1, Gelli 233 63 Katie Morgan, Pentre 231 64 May Evans, Treorchy 230 65 Nancy Mainwaring, 'Treherbert 228 66 Gertrude James, Bodringallt 225 May Simpson, Pontrhondda 225 68 Violet Rosser, Bodringallt 224 69 Elsie Howells, Treorchy 223 70 Ada Griffiths, Pentre 222 71 Ada Evans, Treorchy 221 72 Katie Stephens, Pentre 217 M. A. Williams, Cwmclydach 217 Jennie Herbert, Ton 217 75 Annie Philpotts, Cwmclydach 216 76 Gwyneth Prichard. Ton 213 77 Muriel Hughes, Pentre 211 78 Gwladys Jones, Gelli 210 Martha Mills, Ton 210 80 Margaret James, Cwmclydach 209 81 A. M. Davies, Park 208 Blodwen Jones, Bodringallt 208 —. Abraham, Trealaw 208 84 Maria Bebb, Ton 207 85 Eliz. J. Davies, Dunraven. 207 86 Margaret Wigley, Ton 2C6 87 Catherine A. Jones, Park 205 88 Eliz. M. Lewis, Ton 204 89 Mary Roberts, Treorchy 203 90 Lavinia Simmonds, Pontrhondda. 201 Mary Stephens, Gelli 201 92 May Harris, Pentre 200 93 lonwen Jones. Cwmclydach 197 94 Beatrice Brent, Blaenclydach 196 95 K. J. Edwards, Treorcliy 195 Annie Plenty, Gelli 195 Lily Rees, Ton [ 195 98 Bessie Lewis, Cwmclydach 194 Hannah J. Davies, Park 194 100 Eleanor Henry, Dunraven 190 101 Blodwen Morgan, Blaenclydach 189 102 Blodwen Edwards, Owmelvdach 188 Edith M. Jones, Park 188 104 Eiliz. M. Thyer, Bodringallt 187 Eliz. A. Parry, Gelli 187 106 Mary A. Lewis, Ton 186 Marg. A. Jones, Bodringallt 186 108 Eliz. G. Jones, Treorchy 185 Nellie Farr, Gelli 185 110 Martha Olear, Pent JO 181 5* T,onT' Treorchy 180 ?! Hughes, Park 177 Jones, Park 177 114 Sarah Morris, Ton 175 ^?th1er Richards, Pontrhondda! 174 116 Gladys Shears, Blaenclydach 173 no Jones, Cwmclydach 173 118 May Lewis, Ton 172 Cissie Williams, Ynyswen 172 J™ Gladys M. Davies, Park 171 121 May Day, Ton ..170 JI? ?r ¥' Morgan, Treorcliy 169 12d M. J. Evans, Penyrenglyn 166 124 Ethel Blackburn, Ynyswen 165 125 Flossie Newman, Ynyswen 160 126 Wm. Williams, Penyrenglyn 156 B. H. Davies, Treorchy 156 128 Morfydd Lewis, Blaenclydach 153 129 Annie James, Cwmclydach 150 130 Catherine Bowen, Ton. 147 T Morgan, Penyrenglyn 145 ™ Evans, Cwmclydach 139 133 E. M. Peters, Ynyswen 138 134 F'lor. Richards, Ton 136 135 S. E. Hughes, Treorchy 130 136 Arianwen Jones, Park 127 137 Elsie Burge, Ton 125 138 Alma Davies, Cwmclydach 122 139 F. Joneg,- Pontrhondda 118 140 Daisy Russ, Gelli 115 141 E. M. Pengelly, Treorchy 113 Gladys Kinsey, Ton 113 143 Rosie Lewis, Ton 110 144 Elsie Deere, Ton 109 145 R. A. Thomas, Cwmclydach 88 146 Gert. Bumford. Park 54
D. Lleufeur Thomas, Yaw, Mae D. Lleufer Thomas yn wir wedi d'od A d wed gwyr Caerfyrddin y nhw haedda'r clod; Oroesawn, croesawn ein Thomas ar dan Ei enw sydd deilwiig o glodydd a châll. Bu yn nhre' Caerfyrddin yn ucliel ei ddysg, Mae heddyw yn Farnwr 0 werth vn ein mysg; Dymuna y Rhondda bob llwydd a hir oes I D. Lleufer Thomas heb un awel groes. GRIFFITH DAVIES. Penrhys Hotel, Pontygwaith.
Cambrian Mining School, Por-th, At the recent Colliery -Araiiaet-s' Exa.iiii- nation held at Cardiff, the following students of the Cambrian Mining School, Porth, were successful in obtaining their Certificates of Competency.—Messrs. Benj. Phillips, Graigddu, Dinas; J. H. Evans, 22, Aubrey Road, Cymmer, Porth; D. J. Evans, Derwen Villa, YstaJyfera; I. Batten, New Tredegar; W. "Copeland, Cwmtillery D. C. Jones, Alltwen David Davies, Meirion DS", Glyn Street, Porth Daniel Davies, Rickett's Terrace, Porth; Samuel Jones, Stanley Terrace, Tylors- tOWIl; G. C. Dunn, Taff Street, Treher- bert; T. Baiiey, New Tredegar: D, R. Gretifell, Gorseinon; V. Bowen, Amman- fowl J. W. Davies Seven Sisters, Neath Edward Thomas, Aber-Rhonclda: Road, Porth; W. Griffiths, 23, Wood Street, Cilfynydd; R. Weed, 18, Charles Street, Porth; F. W. Evans, Ammanford; W. Rogers, Llanelly; J. Watkims, Cefn. cj/ibbwr R, Jenkins, Hendrecafn Road, PeiVygraig Albert Williams, New Tre- degar; E. D. Llewellyn, Glanamman; J. Morgan. Neath T. Evans, 4, Ffrwd Ter- race, Llanbradach C. Greville, Ponty- berem T. R. Griffiths, Fair View, Tonyr- efail; M. Gulliver, New Tredegar W. C. Richards, Abertillerv D. D. Jones, Cwm- lIynfell; B. Phillips, 218. Park Road, Cwmparc; T. Jenkins, Pantyffynoii; T. Davies, Llannon; T. Green, 12 Leyshon Street, Pontypridd; D. Hicks Evans, Ammanford; D. S. Thomas, Neath; W. T. Richards, Crynant. Other Mining Successes.
The result of the recent examination in Mining held under the auspices of the Home Office are to hand, and the follow- ing have been awarded Home Office Certi- ficates —First Class: Mr. Thomas B. Stephens (overman), Llwynypia. Second Class Certificates: Messrs. Lewis Lewis (overman) and Theophilus Deere (time- keeper), Clydacli Vale; Messrs. Arthur Williams, James T. Griffiths, and Thomas Morris, Llwynypia. The above students were coached by Mr. Fred Tanner, Llwynypia.
Porth County School. Results of County Entrance Scholarship Examination, 1909. j BOYS (Successful Candidates). Maximum marks, 300). Marks. 1 Thos. Evans, Williamstown Boys. 256 2 Wm. Husband, Pentre H.E. 234 3 E. T. Pickens, Treherbert Boys' 241 4 J. V. Lewis, Tynewydd Mixed, Forth, 222 5 LI. I. Wiltshire, Porth H.E. 217 6 W. A. Jones, Park School,Cwmparc 217 7 H. T. Jones, Treorchy Boys' 216 8 Reesi Jenkins, Treherbert Boys' 210 9 W. J. James, Dyffryn Mixed, Ferndale 209 10 W. Edwards, Tynewydd, Porth 208 11 I. A. Williams, Cymmer Boys' 205 12 D. J. Holt, Pontrhondda Mixed 203 13 Emlyn Michael, Cwmclydach. 202 14 S. J. Higgon, Park Council, Cwm- pare 200 GIRLS (Successful Candidates). 1 Florence Ethel Grindle, Treherbert 228 2 Elsie Gerrard, Pentre 227 3 Gwladys Anne Parry, Llwynypia 226 4 Catherine Maud John, Mardy 22.5 5 Eliz. Florence Tippets, Tynewydd. 217 6 Enid Richards, Dyffryn, Ferndale. 214 7 Mar'gt. Gwen Williams, Ton Girls' 208 8 Ethel Elizabeth May, Mardy 196 9 Annie Russell, Cymmer 191 10 Mary Ann Scott, Tonypandy H.E!. 190 11 Ida Gertrude Callow, Trealaw 189 12 Maud Evelyn Scott, P'entre 184
Rhondda Association Football League. The annual meeting of the above League was held on Wednesday evening last with Mr. W. C. Cook, Williamstown, in the chair. The officers elected for the next season were: -President, Mr. D. J. Jones, Ynyshir; vice-presidents, Messrs. Leonard W. Llewelyn (re-elected), Edgar Hall, M.E., Pentre, 1-1. E. Maltby, M.E., Mardy, Fred Lewis, M.E., Williamstown, J. D. Williams, J.P., Clydach Court, Dr. Parry, J.P., Ferndale, Messrs. D. Wil- liams, Pontypridd, Ei. Williams, Peny- graig, D. Phillips, Tylorstown, Dr. Carroll, Trehafod, and Mr. Barnes O'Hare, Fern- dale; chairman of committee, Mr. Danl. Phillips; hon. secretary, Mr. D. Davies, Ynyshir (re-elected); hon. treasurer, Mr. W. E1. Cook, Williamstown; auditors, Messrs. W. Robbins and W. John. It was reported that the League was in a favourable position, and after pay- ment of expenses there was a sum of nearly C5 in hand. All the speakers ex- pressed the keenest hopes and anticipa- tions of a successful season. Discussion arose as to the advisability of running a Third Division and forming the League into a district. The first recommendation is likely to be adopted, but both will be brought up for further consideration. A claim of 12s. by the Mardy Club was allowed. Mr. D. Davies (hon. secretary) was nominated for a seat on the South Wales and Monmouthshire Football Association Committee. An interesting and welcomed offer was made by Mr. Barnes O'Hare of a, valuable challenge cup for competition, the pro- ceeds to be handed over to the Porthcawl Rest. The customary votes of thanks were passed.
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