Mr. Price had been taught at Trinity College, Carmarthen, and had taught at Kingston-upon-Thames and at Brecon before the outbreak of the First World War during which he served in the R.A.M.C.
He became head of Myddfai Church of England School in 1918 and was appointed by Archdeacon Robert Williams to the headship Llandeilo in September, 1922. 'For twenty-four years, he diligently kept the School in the van of progress.
On May 25, 1972, the National School
was closed, the managers at that time being the Vicar of Llandeilo, Rev. Desmond Price; Miss V, Stephens, Myrtle Hill; County Councillor Elfryn Thomas; Mr, D. J. Hughes; Councillor L. A. German, and Councillor D. R. Williams.