WALKER, Laurel Aileen (Molly)
- Born: 4 Feb 1914, Kooringa dist Burra
South Australian Births - Index of Registrations 1907-1928
"WALKER Laurel Aileen F 4 Feb 1914 Kooringa dist Burra par Alfred Leslie WALKER & Mary Linda DAY b931 p129".
From the Burra Record
Transcribed by Eric Fuss
23 Dec. 1925, page 4
"Burra Primary School: The following gained Qualifying Certificates at exams held 13 November:
The highest marks in each class are also listed."
28 July 1926
Burra Public School Children's Frolic & Dance at the Institute on 23 July followed by an adult dance was a huge success. The crowd began to gather at 6.30 and by 7.30 every space was crammed. The items were presented in the centre of the hall surrounded by two rows of chairs. Items went by ages and the whole was beautifully organised. Afterwards every child under 14 got a free supper.
Prizes 12-161stMolly Walker as a Dresden shepherdess
6 Feb. 1929, page 3
Burra High School. 1928 Intermediate Exam results.
Aileen L. (Molly) Walker passed 6 subjects with a credit in Shorthand
18 Dec. 1929, Supplement
Burra High School had its annual break-up with a concert and prize giving etc. at the Burra Institute on Thursday evening. Dr Steele, as Chairman of the High School Council presided.
Best exam results in 1928 were by Mollie Walker.
Intermediate Certificates in 1928 went to:
Aileen Laurel Walker
Jan. 1930, page 4
Miss Millie (Aileen) Walker, youngest daughter of Mr & Mrs A.L. Walker, passed in four subjects: Ancient History, Economics, Book-keeping and Shorthand.
10 Sep. 1930, page 3
Button Day for the Unemployed Fund raised £20-2-1.
Sellers included the following girls from the High School: Sheila Fairchild, Margaret Pearce, Melva Hill, Wilma Phillips, Shirley Twist, Mavis Riggs, Edna Allen, Beryl Oates, Melva Bourman, Molly Walker & Doss Thomas.
The money will largely go to buy clothing and the recipient will have to work for what he or she gets.
24 Dec. 1930, page 4
Burra High School break-up celebrations were held at the Burra Institute on 17 December. Dr Steele as President of the High School Council presided. Students provided a program of entertainment.
Greatest progress among Leaving Girls: Mollie Walker.
Intermediate Examinations at Burra High School 1930
Molly Walker1 subject
Some of those with a small number of subjects are completing subjects missed earlier.