Toogoolawah State Rural School Honour RollPrint Page Print this page

Toogoolawah State Rural School Honour Roll
Toogoolawah State Rural School Honour Roll
Photographs supplied by Diane Watson

Toogoolawah State Rural School Honour Roll honours past pupils who sacrificed their lives during World War Two.

The Toogoolawah State Rural School honour tablet was unveiled on Saturday afternoon by the Minister for Public Instruction (Mr. T. L. Williams).  The Chairman (Mr. L. G. Lather) called upon Mr. Macdonald to introduce the Minister, and ask him to unveil the tablet. In doing so Mr. Macdonald paid a tribute to Mr. Willlams for undertaking the duty at considerable inconvenience. He congratulated the committee and all concerned upon the manner they had decided to perpetuate the memory of past pupils who had lost their lives in the service of their country.  The tablet was engraved by Mr. Petrie, of Toowong, and was fixed by Mr. Harry Granzien, who also made the cement borders for the garden plot.
Queensland Times (Ipswich), 10th December 1946.



Address:Gardner Street, Toogoolawah State School, Toogoolawah, 4313
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -27.092222
Long: 152.379167
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
View Google Map


Monument Type:Honour Roll
Monument Theme:Conflict
Monument Designer:Mr Petrie (engraving)


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 7th December, 1946
Front Inscription

TOOGOOLAWAH STATE RURAL/ SCHOOL/ In grateful remembrance of/ Past pupils who sacrificed their lives / In defence of Australia in the war /1939-1945 (Names)// This tablet was unveiled / 7th December 1946 / By the HON.T.L.WILLIAMS /MINISTER FOR PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Source: MA
Monument details supplied by Monument Australia - www.monumentaustralia.org.au
Proudly sponsored by UBC Web Design