Hawke's Bay PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE'S BAY'S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
[Cover photo - Our cover this month features 20-year-old Rae McGill of Napier. Rae is a typist-clerk in a Government department.]
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HAWKE'S BAY'S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Editor Philip Moore
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OUR COVER PICTURES
Front Cover. Our cover this month features 20-year-old Rae McGill of Napier. Rae is a typist-clerk in a Government department. As well as an accomplished guitarist, Rae is interested in skiing, water-skiing, and acting in light operas.
Back Cover. "The Heater Hog". There is a cat we know who loves to warm his tummy with the hot air from a fan heater.
Sultry Singapore songstress, June Mok, who was most capably backed by Napier's Ernie Rouse and his band.
RATIMA - LYTTLE. Recently married at the Salvation Army Citadel were Yvonne Lyttle, granddaughter of Mr. Miller, Taradale, and Neil Ratima, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Ratima.
Photo by Hurst Studio
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Eagle, Napier, recently celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary with a party at the Manchester Unity Hall.
Photo by Batchelors Studios
Francis Burgiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Burgiss, Meeanee, recently celebrated his 21st birthday at the Meeanee Hall. Frank is seen here with his parents
Allan Brian Pickering, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pickering, Napier, is shown with his parents at his 21st, which was held at the N.H.S.O.B. Gym, Napier.
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Carole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Shrouder, is shown being presented with her 21st key by her father at a party in the United Hall, Waipukurau.
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MURDOCH - SAUNDERS. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gordon Murdoch are seen after their wedding at St. John's Anglican Church, Dannevirke, recently. The bride is Jenette Katherine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Saunders, Dannevirke, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Murdoch, Kimbolton. The group from left is: Alan Knight, Kevin Saunders, Ian James, groom and bride, Muriel Saunders, Sherryn Murdoch, Pauline Dooney, page boy Craig Murdoch and ﬂowergirl Carol Christison.
Photo by Metro Studios, Dannevirke
This year Hastings Jaycettes entertained their husbands with a hilarious portrayal of one day spent in a reducing salon, in preparation for the Jaycee International Congress in Sydney. Rythmic movement is attempted by the girls.
Taking part in the skit were Natalie Rockett, Jean Lester, Margaret Donovan, Betty Potts, Iona Startup, and Annette Greenfield.
Masseuse Betty Potts prepares to pummel Annette Greenfield.
Margaret Donovan prepares to get steamed up, as she enters the “steam box".
"And off she went like a rocket". Natalie Rockett reduces a trike, sorry, reduces on a trike, watched by Betty Potts.
Barbara Jones provided the music for the evening.
The Taradale Community Players recently presented Emlyn Williams' play "Someone Waiting". Produced by Judy Evans, the play centred around a miscarriage of justice, and a vengeful action culminated in a highly dramatic climax. Shown here is Martin (Brian Howlett) and Vera (Frances Simmonds) and John Nedlow (Neville Baker), as Mr. Nedlow departs for his B.B.C. interview.
The opening of scene one, and the murder has been committed.
Mrs. Danecourt, played by Mary Paterson.
John Nedlow is comforted by his secretary, Miss Lennie, played by Valerie Van Zanten.
Hilda, the maid, played by Frances Mearns, who announced that there is "Someone Waiting".
Stage personnel are, from left Margaret Ford, Laurene Jackson and May Fairey.
NEW ROSE GARDEN IN HASTINGS
The Mayoress of Hastings, Mrs. R. V. Giorgi, had the privilege, recently, of planting the first roses in the new garden at Frim1ey Park. She is shown planting the variety known as Greater Hastings on one of the specially prepared plots. Mr. Giorgi waits his turn beside his wife.
Below: Mr. Giorgi speaking during the official planting ceremony. With him for the occasion were Mr. A. C. Dawson (extreme left), President of the Hastings Rose Society, and other distinguished guests.
A contingent of Frimley School pupils were present to watch the planting and also to take part. They are shown at top, as they listened to the speeches and (below), two of the number, Diane Heaton and Paul Humphreys actually plant one of the first beds.
Exotic Singapore nightclub singer, Miss June Mok (left), pictured on her arrival with Mrs. Paddy Walker at the Hawke's Bay Airport for the recent Industrial Exhibition.
Bishop O. N. Snedden, Auxilliary Roman Catholic Bishop of Wellington, lays his hands on Kevin Perry during the solemn ordination service for him and fellow Hastings priest John Unverricht (left) at Sacred Heart Church, Hastings, recently. At left is the Parish Priest Father Gearney.
PLUNKET MOTHERS CLUB BIRTHDAY
The Napier Plunket Mothers' Club recently held their 16th birthday party, and a very full evening's entertainment was organised. At left we show Mrs. A. M. M. King, grandmother to 22 grandchildren, cutting the birthday cake, and at right, President Mrs. D. Kingston presents the Harris Challenge Cup to Audrey Edmonds, winner of the points prize.
Part of the evening's entertainment was provided by the Marewa Townswomen's Guild who presented the comedy "Heavens Above".
A group of mothers chatting during one of the games. They are, from left: Mesdames Barbara Strachan, P. Affleck, D. Crook and E. Hellen.
This large group are Mesdames A. Holder, J. Steel, D. Irons, E. Massey, J. McKinnon and J. Lowe.
Three more mothers at the party were Mesdames E. Malcolm, Joan Hayes and N. Simmiss.
Questioning each other in the "Who Am I" game are, from left: Kay Black, Kay Newcombe, Judy Chetwin and Wendy Holton.
HERE & THERE
The Japan Society of H.B. were recently treated to a demonstration of traditional Japanese dancing by Miss Setsuko Sudo, a professional dancing teacher from Tokyo, who is at present staying in Napier.
The highest award in Scouting, the Queens Scout Certificate, was presented to two members of the Napier South Scout Troop at a ceremony recently. Shown with their awards, presented by the Mayor of Napier, Peter Tait, are Michael J. Howell and Barry Millynn.
KAHURANAKI MEETING HOUSE JUBILEE
Maoris from all directions of the country descended on Te Hauke recently for the 50th Jubilee of the founding of the Kahuranaki Meeting House. One of the colourful personalities present was Sir Ereura [Eruera] Terikatane [Titikatene] (left) pictured as he addressed the large gathering from the path crosssing [crossing] the famous meeting house.
Top left: Impressive in her original adornments, Mrs. H. Hawea typifies the true Maori.
Below: Of European origin, however, is the hot dog being scrutinised by attractive young Maria Bartlett.
One of the most respected and well known personalities in attendance was Mr. Ike Robin of Kohupatiki, addressing his remarks to visitors from the Waikato who had travelled down for the celebrations.
Below: Mrs. S. Chase of Te Hauke prepares a friend's face markings before taking part in the action song interlude.
Maori women and girls from Te Hauke perform an action song with short poi during the festivities. Smiling faces denote the happy time that was spent during the jubilee celebrations.
Below: Smiles crease the faces as visitors listen to an amusing speech.
FINLAYSON - MANSFIELD. June Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mansfield, Westshore, was recently married to Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Finlayson, Napier. The marriage took place at the Methodist Church, Westshore.
Photo by Hurst Studios
DUNNETT - LEWIS. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Leith Dunnett are shown after their wedding at St. David's Church, Napier. The bride is Helen Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. R. Lewis, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Dunnett, Napier.
Photo by Hurst Studios
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SPRINGBOKS FIRST MATCH
The long-awaited Springbok's tour is on and Mr. Tom Pearce, President of the New Zealand Rugby Union welcomes the visitors to their first game against Poverty Bay at Gisborne. With him at left is the President of the Poverty Bay Rugby Football Union, Mr. B. Wolstenholme.
Below: South African players lie sprawling over the Poverty Bay line but the touch judge at rear signals that Springbok captain C. M. Smith (jersey 18) had put a foot out during the scoring attempt.
The 1965 Springbok tour gets under way in New Zealand as C. M. Smith (on right behind ball boy) leads his team onto the field for the match against Poverty Bay.
Below: Another close call for Poverty Bay came when Springbok wing W. J. Mans (No. 27) crashed over into the corner knocking out the flag. The game ended with the Springboks 32 points to Poverty Bay's 3.
Above: Enthusiasm was whipped up prior to the big game with the appearance of dancing Willie Weka, a massive replica of the East Coast mascot. He pranced all around the field much to the merriment and tears of some youngsters.
Top left: A Springbok forward appears to be balancing the ball on his head during a lineout.
Below: Poverty Bay centre G. Thompson rushes in to scoop up the ball following a ruck in Springbok territory.
Poverty Bay half-back T. Taare airborne as he sets his backs in motion (above).
Below Springbok captain and halfback C. M. Smith plonks the ball over Poverty Bay's goal-line as ﬁve-eighths Hooper fails to restrain the lunging South African.
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION NAPIER
Though somewhat marred by cold, wet weather, the Napier Industrial Exhibition, sponsored by the Napier Development Association, held in the new Dalgety and N.Z. Loan Limited woolstore, Ahuriri, attracted over 55,000 people to view the products of over 150 exhibitors. Shown here is the Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon. J. R. Marshall, speaking at the official opening. Members of the official party are, from left: Mr. Duncan McIntyre, M.P., Mr. J. G. Edwards, M.P., Mr. Peter Tait, Mr. Marshall, Mr. G. S. D. Knowles (obscured), Mr. S. G. Jervis, Mr. A. W. Miller, Mr. R. J. Nilson, and Mr. A. B. Paterson.
The new St. John Ambulance Mobile Unit was in use for the first time, but luckily, there were few injuries. Officers were kept busy administering aspirins for headaches, and they treated one young girl, bitten by a circus horse. Shown here is an inside view of the Unit with Superintendent J.S. Macdonald and Cadet Murray Waite setting up trays.
A ﬁne display of photographs by the Hastings Camera Club.
A real drawcard was the "Dabstract" stand. At left Terry Nelson proudly displays his “Dabstract”, and at right Judi McLachlan gets down to splurging the paint on the spinning wheel.
The Army department riﬂe range attracted many young and not so young boys and girls.
Fashion on Show!
Sheer amazement and incredulity as registered on the face of this young boy, was also on the faces of some 5,000 people, both young and old, who stopped to watch water apparently pouring out of a tap suspended in mid-air.
John Maybury was on hand to entertain the large crowds and we show him here conducting one of the "Pick-a-Packet" heats between Mr. Geoff Brooks (Waipukurau) and Mrs. W. Griggs (Hastings).
A joyous Mr. Bernie Scullin of Napier, winner of 2ZC's £200 Treasure Chest, shown with announcer Hadyn Shirley.
Part of the large audience which filled the Big Top of the circus, which gave free performances through the generosity of the Napier Development Association.
An imaginative display by B.P. of model hovercraft fascinated large numbers of the public.
The Napier Y. M.C.A. gave constant hair-raising displays on the trampolines. Here we show Rosemary Whitehead in mid-air.
Mr. J. C. Horniblow of the Transport Department instructs a member of the public on the use of the mobile driving tester.
Placed ﬁrst in the garden Courts was “A Bush Scene”, entered by the Patoka C.W.I. Gardening Circle.
The H.B. Women's Club Garden Group gained second place in the garden courts.
Not quite the weather for yachting, but nevertheless this bevy of beauties seem quite at home - at least on dry land. They are from left: Lorraine Herries, Jackie West, Jenny Martin and Robyn and Jillian Barn, posed on “Pandora”, winner of the gold medal at Tokyo for the Flying Dutchman class.
A section of the large crowd which gave an enthusiastic reception to June Mok and John Maybury.
One of the biggest drawcards of the Exhibition was the French sponsored fashion show and it was a great pity that this did not move along at a more lively pace.
Margaret Heremia explains the workings of a canning factory.
Foremost amongst the exhibition staff were the girls who manned the secretary's office and information centre, from left: Mrs. J. L. Rigby, Patricia Affleck and Fiona Stevenson.
A pupil of Colenso High School, Napier, Sandra Bisson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bisson, Poraiti, was recently granted a scholarship by the Rotary Club of Greenwood, South Carolina, U.S.A., to spend a year at Lander College. Sandra will leave for the U.S.A. in September.
Peter Raymond Koorey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koorey, Hastings, recently celebrated his coming-of-age with a party at his home.
Ramon E. G. Marple, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Marple, Napier, recently celebrated his 21st birthday at the Bon Estha Room of the James Banquet Lounge, Napier.
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Dorothy May Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Morris, Napier, and Kelvin Ian, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Walsh, Scone, N.S.W., Australia (formerly Hastings), were recently engaged. They celebrated with a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris.
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H.B. v WAIRARAPA
Hawke's Bay winger Bill Davis under full steam during the representative rugby match against Wairarapa at McLean Park, Napier, recently, during which the Bay trounced the visitors 33-0.
Below left: South African and now Hawke's Bay's Duvenage runs leisurely in for a well deserved try after performing a sizzling swerve manoeuvre.
Below right: Hawke's Bay forwards leap for possession during a lineout. Rod Abel (wearing head band) stands behind burly Gordon Love.
Early morning ﬂames on an icy morning left one classroom gutted and the staff room and upper storey of the Hastings Central School badly charred recently. Children, hopeful that perhaps a holiday would eventuate, had their hopes dashed when it was announced school would resume on Monday. The Hastings Fire Chief Mr. L. Harlen received broken ribs during the blaze and required admission to hospital.
Who came out of this . . . if any? Well, believe it or not, the young Hastings driver, Mr. Frogley, received minor hand abrasions when he wrote off his car after striking a bridge at Havelock North recently. How lucky can you be?
TOP HAT 200 CLUB CABARET
Napier's Top Hat Ballroom was the venue for the recent “Top Hat 200 Club” Cabaret. Generally regarded as one of the Events of the Season, the excellent music and cuisine are now accepted as an integral part of Top Hat hospitality. Among the 400 guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. Barnett, John White and Margaret Neale and Mrs. and Mr. J. Shepherd of Napier.
Just another example of the Top Hat thoughtfulness, was the presentation of a spray to every lady as she entered. Shown receiving her spray is Mrs. A. Alexander of Puketapu.
An enthusiastic reception was accorded 17-year-old Yvonne Thomas, who gave a polished display with pois.
Relaxing and enjoying an evening's entertainment were Mr. and Mrs. R. Arrowsmith and Mrs. and Mr. E. G. Thomson.
Amongst the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Noel Morely, Mike Angland and partner Noreen Gray.
In town for the cabaret were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Alexander, Mrs. A. Alexander, Peter Harris, Mrs. J. Greenhalgh and Mrs. Geoff Gardiner.
The engagement was recently announced of Annette Margaret Kemp, daughter of Mrs. E. M. Kemp and the late Mr. C. G. Kemp, Wairoa, and Bruce James Gemmell, son of Mr. J. G. Gemmell and the late Mrs. I. Gemmell, Wairoa.
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Mrs. J. Dymond of Westshore recently celebrated her 75th birthday. A remarkable woman who swims every day in the summer, Mrs. Dymond also regularly plays 18 holes of golf and participates in outdoor bowls. On hand to honour her birthday were, from left: Mr. L. Brough (brother) sons Merv (Hawera) and Noel, and some of her grand-children and great-grandchildren.
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UNUSUAL PLAY BY HASTINGS BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
The cast of the Hastings Boys' High School play, “Morning Departure”, a sea drama based on the Kenneth Woolard story of men trapped in a sub-marine at the bottom of the sea while on exercises during the 2nd World War. Gripping suspense is maintained, both on the sunken vessel and also on shore as efforts are made to bring about a rescue.
Below left: Peter Graham, who played the role of Commander Whatley.
Below right: Robert Elvidge. who played the part of Commander Gates.
Top left: Number one on board the stricken sub., Dennis Tegg, pictured with Lieutenant McFee, played by Paddy Twigg.
Top right: Stoker Snipe gives vent to his pent-up feelings. Snipe was played by Richard Perrott.
Below: The Captain (Robert Knottenbelt) consults with the Mess Orderly, played by Graeme Winn.
H.B. GYMNASTIC ASSN. FORMED
Lithe forms of gymnasts from Auckland, Gisborne, Napier and Hastings, assembled at the Hastings Y. M.C.A. recently in the formation of the Hawke's Bay Gymnastic Association.
Above left: A high diving act performed by agile Auckland Lorraine Leuschke.
Top right: Defying the force of gravity is another Aucklander, Neil Crosby, having a workout on the rings.
Below: Napier Y.M.C.A. Gym. Club instructor Ron Ray, demonstates the take-off position to an amused audience.
Top left: Christine Warren is assisted over the vaulting horse in a spring-board hand vault.
Top right: A study in poise as Glenys Bell negotiates the balance bar.
Below: Study in concentration as young gymnasts learn the art of the parallel bars.
"Oh, she ﬂoats through the air with the greatest of ease" . . . ! And the petite vaulter is Gisborne gymnast Diana Jones.
Below: Proving their relationship to the animal kingdom are, from left: Barbara Newall, Wendy McCormick and Myrl Britten.
Susan Feigler of Hastings receives some helpful tuition on the parallel bars.
Below: Neil Crosbie of Auckland instructing a group of young Hastings men in the operation of the balancing horse.
Before a record crowd of approximately 5,000 spectators, many of whom were rugby enthusiasts, the long awaited clash between Blackpool and Sheffield United took place under lights at McLean Park, Napier. Played at an amazingly fast pace, spectators were treated to a skilful game of soccer by two evenly matched teams. Here we show England goalkeeper A. Waiters (Blackpool) plucking a high ball out of the air.
An excellent job of refereeing was carried out by Napier's Ernie Sakers.
Sheffield United's goalkeeper A. Hodgkinson, would be a welcome addition to many rugby clubs with his dropkicks.
Hodgkinson (Shefﬁeld United) leaps high to take the ball. The Blackpool forward is I. Moir.
Blackpool's Waiters scoops a ball off the toe of Shefﬁeld's centre forward.
The Annual Deerstalkers' Dinner and presentation evening was held this year at the Centennial Hall, Napier. Shown here are the Tutira Club, winners of the Anderson Shield and holding their individual trophies. They are, from left: Bruce Hayes, Ray Shine, Terry Barrett and U. Stegmann.
Les Fulton of Mahia Beach, gained 267 points with this head.
A. Graham of Hastings, winner of the Supreme Champion Head.
Dick Neverman of Napier came 2nd in the J. Young Shield and 3rd in the Escreet Challenge Cup.
G. A. Howell, Taradale, winner of the Escreet Challenge Cup and runner-up in the W. J. Puddle Cup.
This ﬁne array of heads and tusks was on display during the evening.
CAGED BIRD SHOW, HASTINGS
The Hastings Poultry, Pigeon and Cage Bird Society's recent show attracted entries from many parts of the country. Here can be seen but a few of the entries in the cage bird section.
With the title of Best Game Bird in the show, this rooster certainly had something to crow about.
The Society's President, Mr. A. G. Walker, with his entry which was runner-up best goldﬁnch.
Mr. P. Grady, Hastings, Judge J. J. Calvert of Invercargill, with Mr. Grady's entry, which was awarded the prize for the best cropper and swept the pool.
This bird didn't really get the axe, it is a White Jacobin breed.
Mr. E. Dudding, whose bird took the title of Best utility bird in the show.
EXHIBITION OF H.B. ART
The annual exhibition of the Hawke's Bay and East Coast Art Society was recently on display at the Hawke's Bay Art Gallery and Museum. A fine collection of wood-carvings are shown here.
From the brush of Mrs. P. E. Smith, "Faces and Forms".
“Blue Gums” was the work of young art student Christine Prebble.
Some interesting and beautiful pieces of pottery were on show in the ceramics section.
"Polynesian Figures", the work by Margaret McHardy, another young art student.
A charming scene was "Flood-gate" by Harril Barden.
An interesting canvas, “Sick-bed", by Russell Williams.
This nude study is the work of Mrs. L. K. Gorton.
A charming "semi-nude", the work of Harril Barden entitled “Rear Window".
The annual seven-a-side rugby tournament, recently held in Napier for lower grades, attracted some hundreds of schoolboys from Napier and Taradale. Shown here, a member of the Tech. 9th grade makes a break in the game against Pirates.
The Bledisloe 9th grade team about to take the field.
UTIERA - TURNER. An unusual wedding service was held at Tangoio recently when Mr. and Mrs. P. Utiera were married outside by Rev. J. Reti. The bride was Glynis Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Turner, Napier, and the groom is the son. of Mr. and Mrs. T. Taewa, Napier.
Here we see Mr. and Mrs. Utiera after the ceremony.
Photos by Hurst Studio
Garrie Grifﬁths, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Griffiths, Hastings, is seen with his parents at his 21st, which was held in the Hastings Football Club Hall.
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[Back cover photo - "The Heater Hog". There is a cat we know who loves to warm his tummy with the hot air from a fan heater.]
Published November 1958 - June 1967