Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1967 – Number 104 June

HAWKE’S BAY Photo News
Number 104
17 JUNE 1967

[Cover photo – This month is exceptionally special as it features lovely Miss Anne Prebble, a 19-year-old physical instructress of Napier, who won the colour section of our recent Sunshine Girl contest.]

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Good Keen Man

Below: Summer is but a memory…….. and here Greasy Davidson (in the “curl”), Pop Weaver (in the “tube”), and Oldie Ken Griffin (in the “soup”) come in for what may be their last ride of the summer. But, if they are good, keen, hardy men who get into “wet” suits, they will carry on regardless, throwing the now freezing air and sea temperatures to the bitter wind.

NOTE:  Winner of Teleview’s picture puzzle last month was Mrs H. Hakopa, 44 Charles St., Westshore, who will receive a year’s subscription to this magazine.

OUR COVER

This month is exceptionally special as it features lovely Miss Anne Prebble, a 19-year-old physical instructress of Napier, who won the colour section of our recent Sunshine Girl contest.

Back Cover:

Evidence of the summer drawing to a close was predominant around the Dartmoor picnic grounds on the first Friday of May. Ross McKelvie, a Napier photographer, was heading out on a duck-shooting expedition when he took this pic.

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FIRST AID CLASSES

Extremely well patronised first aid instruction classes for the general public were held recently by the St. John’s Ambulance Association at their headquarters in Hastings.

Above: Demonstrators, from left, are Mr Allen Rollander, Mr Brian Smith, Mr Joe Jenkinson, Mr Graham Taylor, and the patient is Mr Ross Pinkham. All are from Hastings.

Above: This all looks bit of a giggle, as Mrs Foulds, Michael Wellwood, and Helen Fippard piece together the broken body of “patient” Ivan Wright.

Below: Down to more serious business, are, from left; Kathryn Hepburn, Colleen Bishop, Robin Thurkleson, Doug Hastelow, David Holmes, and “bod” Ian Gordon.

A new innovation to first aid instruction is the use of a projector operated here by Mr John Tobin. Looking on are Mr Dave Hickey (superintendent) and Mr Rollander.

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BOWLING UMPIRES PRESENTED

Mrs Binnie and Mr Jack Kelliher.

Mrs Judy Smith.

Mrs Doreen Galgey

Miss P. Bailey

Four presentations were made by Mr Jack Kelliher of St.Mary’s bowling club, Greenmeadows, and president of the H.B. Umpires Association, at the opening of the Napier Centre Indoor Bowls Association, in the Colenso High School gym. Presentations were made to: Miss P. Bailey (St Paul’s club), who gained her National Umpires badge, No.211; Mrs Renee Binnie (Waterside workers club), Mrs Doreen Galgey (Port School club), and Mrs Judy Smith (Eskdale Club), for passing their H.B. Umpires Association exam, for indoor bowls.

MISS SUNSHINE GIRL

Miss Diane Merrit, “Miss Sunshine Girl”, is seen receiving a transistor radio, part of her big prize, from Mr Lloyd Duckworth of Duckworths of Napier Ltd.

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Married

BURGISS – GREENFIELD. At All Saints’ Church, Taradale, Lesley Anne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Greenfield, Taradale, to Francis son of Mr and Mrs AF. Burgiss, Napier.
(BATCHELOR’S, NAPIER.)

JOSEPHS – JEFFRIES. At St. Columba’s Church, Havelock North, Irene Lynaire, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs C. L. Jeffries, R.D.2, Hastings, to Ronnie Thomas, youngest son of Mr and Mrs J. Josephs, Hills Road, Fernhill.

BURT – McKENZIE. At Nelson St. Hall, Hastings, Audrey daughter of Mr and Mrs McKenzie, Charles Street, Hastings, to David Burt.
(LOVELL-SMITH. HASTINGS.)

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ELEPHANTS! – IN EMERSON STREET?

Hundreds of people lined Napier’s Emerson Street on Monday 22nd, eagerly awaiting the “great race’. Odd though it may sound, the race was between three elephants belonging to Ashton’s circus. The riders were representatives of Jaycees and Lions organisations.

The crowd cheered wildly as “Jahora”, ridden by Mr Eddie O’Dwyer, who was representing the Taradale Jaycees, trundled up the main straight a length in front of Lions representative, Mrs Con Reiter, astride “Jumbo”, with Napier Jaycee Tom Wade urging “Abu” on, at the rear.

Left: Dressed for a safari, Mrs Con Reiter seems confident about her unusual mount.

Below: Mr Eddie O’Dwyer spurs “Jahora” to greater efforts and succeeds in retaining second place.

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The combined muscles of Jaycee and Lions members strained, amidst supporting grunts, heave-ho’s etc., as they valiantly tried to outpull “Jumbo” in a tug-o-war.

Above: Departure! Race over. Back to the circus.

Left: Napier Mayor, Mr Peter Tait, signs a H.B, and Gisborne Savings Bank cheque for £50, the bank’s donation.

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JENSEN – BREWER. At St. Mark’s Church, Takapau, 26 May, 1967, Patricia, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. H. Brewer, Takapau, to Russell, son of Mr and Mrs E. Jensen, Westshore, Napier. The reception was held at the Waipukurau Golf Club.
(WENDY STUDIOS. WAIPUKURAU.)

RAMSAY – FERGUSON. At St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Waipukurau, Marie, daughter of Mrs and the late Mr T.G. Ferguson, Waipukurau, to James, son of Mr and Mrs J.A. Ramsay, Waipukurau. The reception was held at the United Hall, Waipukurau.
(WENDY STUDIOS, WAIPUKURAU.)

CHRYSTALL – COLES. At St. Andrew’s Church, Waipukurau, on 20 May, 1967, Vickie, daughter of and Mrs J.S. Coles, Waipukurau, to Peter, son of Mr and Mrs B.J. Chrystall, Springhill. The reception was held at the Memorial Hall, Waipukurau.
(WENDY STUDIOS. WAIPUKURAU.)

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OLD BOYS’ DINNER

Old boys of St. John’s College, Hastings, celebrated their annual get-together with dinner at the James Banquet Lounge, Napier, on Monday, 22nd May. The evening’s guest speaker was Don Clarke, who is pictured above at the official table. Other guests at the official table were, from left: Kevin Barry, Mr G.Ludlow, Brian Avison, Rev. Father Devonport, S.M., Don Clarke (speaking), Rev. Father Cross, S.M. and Mr Peter Ramsay (Rothmans representative).

UNUSUAL PET

Tom Davey’s of Tuai certainly is holding a strange pet – the families pet goose. “Goose” likes nothing better than to be cuddled and have a tremendous amount of fuss made of her.

RA! RA! RA!

Dressed in late 19th century football gear the captains of the Napier and Taradale Jaycee football teams posed prior to their big game on Sunday, 21st May. They were: Win Norfolk (left, Taradale’s captain), and John Clark (right, Napier’s captain.) The game was in conjunction with Taradale Jaycee “keep fit week”.

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AIRLIFTED TO BLENHEIM

Left: These two young ladies, Mary Hamilton, with her pony “Smoky”, and Susan Reisma with “Ship Alone”, were amongst the riders who left Wellington with their horses, in what was the largest livestock airlift, of fifty ponies, in New Zealand, to compete in the New Zealand Pony Club championships in Blenheim last month.

PONY CLUB ONE DAY EVENT

Recently the Central Hawke’s Bay Pony Club held a one day event at Mr Ashley Clinton’s Takapau property.

Above: Neil O’Dowd takes his pony “Alpine” over this jump with ease, during the Cross Country event.

Right: Valerie Cammock riding “Chocolate Soldier” lies flat as she takes her mount over the jump.

Below: “Steel King” takes his mount, Pam McCormick, over the jumps with apparent ease.

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100 MILES IN 17 HOURS!

A Taradale businessman, Mr.Vic Jackson, made history recently when he became the first runner in Hawke’s Bay to attempt to cover 100 miles in 24 hours – he did it in 17 hrs 3m!

This marathon effort was run in conjunction with the Taradale Jaycees “Keep Fit Week”.

Above: Mr Vic Jackson (out in front) is seen completing his 100 mile run, along with harriers who took turn about in keeping him, and his opponent Ross Rawnsley, who pulled out after 51½ miles, company during their run.

Left; The Mayor of Taradale, Mr A.W. Miller, congratulates Vic Jackson.

NEW DOLPHINS FOR MARINE LAND

Gentle hands lower one of the dolphins, caught recently off Cape Kidnappers by the trawler Deep Sea 1, into Marineland’s training pool. Trainer Alex Dobbins helps the dolphin off the sponge rubber mattress into the water. Both the dolphins caught are thought to be females.

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GET WELL SOON!

Was the hope in everyone’s heart when news of Jumbo’s illness reached them. Jumbo, one of Ashton’s circus elephants, fell ill at Wairoa after eating Tutu, a poisonous shrub, while the convoy of trucks was travelling through a cutting on the journey from Napier to Wairoa.

This story has a happy ending, and Jumbo is now quite recovered. In this picture circus helpers console their large patient.

NEW SOUND FOR “MAC’S” SONG

Mac McDonald heard his composition, “Tender Love”, in yet another way recently, when an organist played this haunting melody on the Municipal Theatre’s Wurlitzer organ.

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SENIOR CITIZEN

Photo News introduce for this month, Mrs Louise May Rowe (nee Brock), who was born in the year 1899. At that time her parents were living above their shop which was opposite the Caledonian Hotel, now the Commercial Buildings in Hastings Street.

Mrs Rowe, who has lived all her life in Napier, was educated at “Main School” known now as Central School, and married Alfred James Rowe in 1919.

Asked if she had any hobbies, Mrs Rowe replied: “who has time for hobbies with four energetic children to bring up?” It is only now that all her children are married and off her hands that Mrs Rowe and her husband can enjoy a long earned relax. They are both members of the Napier Senior Citizens Club, and Mrs Rowe herself is on the executive. Mrs Rowe is one of nine of a family who all belong to the Senior Citizens club.

Coming of Age

Rodney Templeton celebrated his 21st at the Waipukurau Hotel recently. Pictured with Rodney are, from left, Shirley Chapman, Rodney Templeton and Charlie Templeton (no relation).
WENDY STUDIOS. WAIPUKURAU

ARCHERY AT TARADALE

These archers displayed their skill on the opening day of Taradale’s Jaycee week.

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Social Scene

Above: A happy couple at the swinging Jaycee Ball – 27th May – Miss Wendy Nicholson and Mr John Clark.

Right: Miss Janice Wood and Mr Mike Bongard pause between dances – Badminton Ball – May 26th.

Above: Miss Janette Gleeson and Mr David Barber, paused for a photo during the Accountants’ Ball – 2 June.

Left: Another couple attending the ball were Miss Rosemary Mackie and Mr Gary Pond.

Below: This smiling group, also at the Accountants’ Ball, were, from left: Mr Peter Wilson, Miss Mary Clare Jervis, Mr Barry Campbell and Miss Judy Austad.

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Married

REECE – ENGLAND. At St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Napier. Carol, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. England, to Lester, son of Mr and Mrs L. Reece, Napier. In attendance were, from left, Murray McIntyre, Tina Cheyne, (Groom and Bride), Marlene Simpson and Howard Reece.
(MacCONNELLS PHOTO SERVICE NAPIER).

PROUD MOMENT

A proud moment indeed for 79-year-old Mrs L. Moody as she hands the “key of the door” to Keith, son of Mr and Mrs R. E. J. Kite and grandson of Mrs Moody, who was celebrating his 21st birthday at his parent’s home in Westshore. Keith is one of 80 grandchildren belonging to Mrs Moody – not many could beat that record!

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ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT SCHOOL CHILDREN

An Indian and Islands dance troupe at present on an educational and cultural tour or New Zealand visited Hawke’s Bay recently and entertained school children from Taradale School.

Above left: Prabha Devi enchanted her audience with singing and self accompaniment, on a Sitar. She is pictured with prefects of Taradale School.

Above right: Teenage Indian dancer, Irene Pushpa, gave some traditional Indian dances.

Below: A touch of the islands from Rosaline Kitty, who was demonstrating the “Tamorae” dance.

James Prasad and Prabha Devi demonstrate the drums and Sitar during a rendition of Indian songs.

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“…. IT WAS ENORMOUS I TELL YOU!”

And aren’t they all! Above and left were the scenes at the Napier wharf during the recent May holiday programme, when children, of all ages gathered for a spot of fishing.

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NO CLOWNING ABOUT THIS LOT

Early last month, when Ashton’s Circus visited Hawke’s Bay, N.Z.B.C’s “One-Five-Oh” show compere Keith Richardson took the opportunity of running what was probably the shortest-ever contest run by 2ZC. Keith asked all children under 12 years, who were, incidentally, on holiday, to draw a clown, and get it into the radio station by the next day – the response was staggering.

Clowns came from all over the Bay, and many happy children received free tickets to the circus. There is one remaining, problem – what does Keith do with all the drawings? Perhaps one of our readers may wish to embark on some interior decorating!

COLOUR SECTION WINNER

Miss Anne Prebble, winner of the recent Sunshine Girl contest colour section, receives the congratulations of Mr Stan Goldman, of Goldman’s Pharmacy, Napier, who sponsored £15 worth of goods for this section. Looking on are Mr Goldman’s two assistants. From left, Miss Margaret Grant and Miss Jenny Stephens.

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TELEVIEW

This month’s “Teleview”, taken from the vicinity of Havelock Road, takes in Nelson Park and the Marine Parade Norfolk Pines.

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Coming of Age

Leslie, only son of Mr and Mrs Bert Simpson, Napier, celebrated his 21st birthday recently, at the James Banquet Lounge. Leslie is pictured with his parents, cutting the cake.
(BATCHELOR’S. NAPIER.)

Wedding Bells

Left: JACOBS – LOCK. At St. David’s Church, Napier, Coreen, only danghter of Mr and Mrs Lock, Napier, to Thomas, only son of Mrs and the late Mr Jacobs, Huntly.
(BATCHELOR’S. NAPIER.)

Kevin, eldest son of Mr and Mrs W.G. Wilson, Napier, celebrated his 21st birthday party at the Old Boys’ Technical Gym, Napier, recently. Kevin is pictured with his parents.
(BATCHELOR’S. NAPIER.)

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SURFIN’ SCENE

Some board-riders who surfed in crowded Stingray Bay one day during the recent summer months had more luck with the waves than their co-riders.

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BAND OF THE MONTH

“THE HAND”, winners of the recent Battle of the Bands contest held on 29 April, feature as this month’s band of the month. The boys who are responsible for the increasing popularity of “The Hand” are, from left: drummer, Jeff Bainbridge (Hastings); rhythm guitarist, Simon Heath (Taradale); vocalist, Ray Fidler (Napier); bass guitarist, Alan Sargisson (Napier); and lead guitarist, Alf Flemwell (Hastings).

HAWKE’S BAY MOTHER OF TODAY

The N.Z.B.C., Napier, offered their congratulations to Mrs Jennifer Taylor, of “Mangatuna”, Dannevirke, after she won 2ZC’s “Mother of Today” contest.

Mrs Taylor received the big glamour prize which consisted of a return air passage to Auckland for herself and husband; two night’s luxury accommodatlon at Logan Park Motels; plus £20 spending money; a Ralta double electric blanket, and a handbag.

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HAVELOCK NORTH DEFEATED

Havelock North were defeated 22-9, by Napier High School Old Boys at McLean Park on Saturday, 27th May. The big news of the day came when Napier Old Boy Paul Carney kicked his first century for the season.

Above: Kel Tremain is led on to the field by Grant Abel.

Right: Paul Carney about to place his 100th point.

Below: Gary Hawkins (N.H.S.O.B.) scores – just in time.

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Waitresses, Mrs Faye Garrick and Miss Marion Chalmers, were kept running for the hour, serving sample tastes.

“VEGETARIAN” COOKING DEMONSTRATION

The Labour Hall, Taradale, was the venue for the last of four vegetarian cooking demonstrations conducted by the Seventh Day Adventist church recently.

Above: Demonstrators, Mrs Margaret Spivey (left) and Mrs Molly Rankin, were kept busy during the hour-long demonstration.

Left: “Chief cook-and-bottle-washer” Mrs Ethne Knight gave us a happy smile from her department – the kitchen.

Below: Later, for the children, there was long-awaited-for popcorn. Lining up are, from left: Marilyn Devine, Bronwyn Spivey, Grant Spivey, and Seth Rankin.

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ORATORY AND DEBATING CONTESTANTS

An official photograph of all the competitors in the Secondary Catholic Schools Federation orator and debating competitions. They were from the Arch Diocese of Wellington, and competing for the Archbishop O’Shea Shield.

BRILLIANT PLAN

Mama Hawkeye will soon look down upon her new chick which is to hatch on the 22nd July (we hope!), the day of the first shield challenge by the Manawatu team.

Mr P. Magill (H.B. Rugby Union) and Mr H.K. Stevenson (H.B. Supporters Club), admire the new arrival in the Napier City Council yards, where Hawkeye has been resting since last winter.

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19th BATTALION REUNION

The excitement of yet another 19th Battalion Reunion, held in Napier during the weekend of the 2nd/4th, is over, but many renewed acquaintances will linger in memories for a good while.

Above: By the happy smiles from members of the Hawke’s Bay Company and their wives they were all enjoying themselves immensely. This photo was taken in front of the terrific backdrop which decorated the Centennial Hall.

Left top: Mr Bill Hickey (Wanganui) had a grand old “do you remember the time…..” chat with Mr Bill Farquarson (Rissington) (Left bottom).

Below: A section of the ladies at their evening on Saturday 3rd, at the War Memorial Hall, Marine Parade, Napier.

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Left: “What a reunion!” For, front, from left, Jock Baxter, Bill Dallimore, Ray Mollier, Mrs Baxter, Colin Fulford, Mrs Gordon, Ian Gordon, and back, from left, Bill Walsh, Tris Heglun and Frank Twigg.

Below: The “stewards”, boys of the 22nd Battalion, who did a marvellous job for their 19th Battalion cobbers.

A favourite with all – Mr Vic Viggers, who entertained the ladies at their evening on the Saturday.

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19th BATTALION VISIT DOLPHINS

As an extra attraction, the visiting, and local members of the 19th Battalion reunion, watched a performance by the dolphins at Napier’s Marineland.

Above: Mr David Thomson, Minister of Defence and Tourism, Napier’s Mayor, Mr Peter Tait, and Mr Frank Logan, President of the Aquarium Society, watch the performance from a lofty perch.

Below: A portion of the crowd huddle together as a biting wind whips in from the sea.

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N.Z.A.R.T. CONVENTION

270 people, including delegates, members and wives, attended the Hawke’s Bay New Zealand Amateur Radio Transmitters convention in Napier during the weekend of 3rd/4th.

The programme included official opening, business meetings, various forms of entertainment, such as formal dinner/dance, 2½ hour bus tour of Napier and Hastings, and a social evening on Sunday with a buffet supper.

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PUKEORA HOME’S 10th BIRTHDAY

The Pukeora Home for Disabled celebrated its 10th Anniversary with a gala day on Saturday, 6 May.

The residents and guests at Pukeora were delighted with the displays of marching, and music from the Waipawa and District Pipe band, judo by the Waipukurau Judo club, children’s sports, and air drop, and to wind up a most exciting and eventful day, a hangi.

Above: Inmates and visitors watch intently as the pipe band marches past.

Right: Four young men from the Waipuk. judo club display their skills.

Below: The interested spectators.

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BALLROOM DANCING PRESENTATIONS

The Hawke’s Bay Ballroom Club (Cabaret Cabana, Awatoto) held a presentation evening in the Red Cross Hall, Napier, recently.

Above: Mrs Kathleen Turnbull (teacher) presents a bronze medal to John Blackburn.

Below: Members of the Club watching on, Mr Stan Rogers and Mrs Molly Flood.

Above: Mrs Turnbull, Mr Brian Roberts (president of the club), and Adrian Dean, who had Just received her bronze medal.

Above: Lee Maund is seen receiving her bronze medal from Mrs Turnbull, Mr Roberts in background.

Below: Also watching proceedings, were Mr and Mrs Les Hayes.

Below left: Mr Peter Flood and Mrs Doreen Rogers (members) enjoy the presentations.

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“THY DAILY BREAD”

“Bread” is an everyday word in countless thousands of homes the world over, has been for centuries, and will be for many more years, unless pills take over from it – but who would swop a slice of fresh bread, butter and lashing of jam for a pill?

Though we eat bread daily, very few people have actually witnessed its production. Photo News paid a visit to Findlay’s Bakery, Hastings, and photographed the whole process.

Left: Flour is seen passing through a sieve to the lower floor and dough room, where, with the other dry ingredients, it is mixed into dough.

Below: Dough being rotated by giant mixers.

Above left: To make allowance for the rising dough, an extra attachment is fitted to the mixing bowl. The dough expands upwards of two feet, in the two hours it is left to rise.

Above right: The dough, at this stage, had been in the bowl for 45 minutes.

Below Left: Dough after a period of approximately 1 hour 5 minutes.

Below right: With 35 minutes to go, the dough had reached the top of the bowl and attachment.

Mr Laurie Lavery watches over the dough during the mixing period.

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When the dough is mixed, and has risen sufficiently, it is transferred, via conveyor belt, into a machine which weighs it out and cuts it off into specified sizes. These are literally thrown off the continous conveyor belt into a “rounder-upper” machine. (below).

This machine rounds the dough, making it easier to handle. So to another conveyor belt and into the first prover, which revitalises the dough after all the mechanical battering it has received.

Right: From here the pieces of bread are whisked off down a shute to the “moulder”, which moulds the loaves into the shape of the oven trays. This process finished, the dough loaves pass through a greasing machine which sprays the uncooked dough with emulsion (no more butter-paper-type greasing of cooking tins these days), before being placed in tins. (below right).

With the preliminaries over, the now formed loaves are put through the second prover, this time for 45 mimtes. The baker positioned between the prover and the 35-foot by 10-foot high rotating oven, removes a batch of cooked bread and replaces it with uncooked dough. The dough will rotate for 30 minutes so ensuring even distribution of cooking.

Above: The loaves can be inspected through the oven window while they are cooking.

Left: This mighty control panel is for the oven only!

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Paul Stevenson is loading some of the now cooked bread onto a conveyor which will carry it through the cutting machine.

Right: Close-up of cutting blades, which can be regulated to cut thick ‘n thin sliced bread etc.

Below: Whole and cut loaves make their way through yet another process of their production – this time the wrapper.

The wrapped bread is stacked into containers ready for their despatch to Waipukurau and Waipawa, via one of Findlay’s fleet of trucks, pictured below.

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ELEPHANTS RACE THROUGH WAIPUKURAU

Elephants, three in all, belonging to Ashton’s circus pounded through the main street of Waipukurau recently. They were entrants of the Waipukurau Lions club elephant race staged to publicise the Registered Nurses’ Association research scholarship foundation appeal.

Above: The three jockeys who mounted the elephants, were, from left: Dr P. Mann, (Waipukurau Hospital), Mr A. Train (Lions Club), and Mr Wilkinson (Waipukurau Hospital).

Below: Sister Graham smiles after pulling a cap on the elephant.

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Above: Nurses from Waipukurau Hospital carried a blanket round the crowded street collecting funds for their appeal.

Left: “Gidday-ap there boy, cum-on move it along!”

Below: There was great fun when the children, about fifty in all, were invited to have a tug-o-war with an elephant. Guess who won?

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TARADALE JAYCEES v. NAPIER JAYCEES

Taradale Jaycees “Keep Fit Week” got away to a fine start on Sunday, 21 May, when Taradale’s Mayor, Mr. A.W. Miller “dropped in” to Taradale Park, via a helicopter, to officially open the Jaycee Week.

Before the main attraction of the day, Taradale Jaycees football challenge to Napier Jaycees, there were lolly scrambles, music by the Napier Technical Memorial Band and City of Napier Caledonian Society’s Pipe Band, archery displays and demonstrations by the H.B. Canine Obedience Club.

Above: All set to go and looking extremely confident in their period football gear, is the Napier Jaycee team.

Left: Mr Miller, Mayor of Taradale, comes in to land in a helicopter piloted by Mr John Beigen.

Below: Looking extremely immaculate, Taradale Jaycees strike a jubilant pose prior to the big game.

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With a broken collar bone, numerous muscle seizures, and severely bruised torsos, it brought home to the dissipated Jaycees that they were not quite up to shield standard

Above: At the height of this exciting game, Taradale winger C. Andrews makes a dash for the line, pursued by heavy breathing allies and opponents.

Below: Referee Tremain intercepts a skirmish between Napier’s W. Lee and Taradale’s C. Singh.

Right: A player cools off, voluntary or involuntarily! We wonder.

The half time collapse!

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SEASON’S FIRST TEST

The 22-12 victory by Hawke’s Bay in Masterton this month in their first test run of the season against Wairarapa provided a great morale boost for the team. It was a solid victory against a very good team, and it was won in the face of adversity.

Above: A knock-on spoilt another almost certain Tremain-type try.

Above: Despite a gashed head, McRae played on.

Right: A try in the making.

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Above: The forwards line-up. From left, Meech, Crawford, Thimbleby, Abel, Tremain, and Armstrong.

Left: With seven stitches over his eye, Karaan Crawford still played a brilliant game.

Below: Ian Bishop – a faultless game.

A mid-field Haka!

Doug Curtis throws in.

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DUTCH ENTERTAINERS VISIT NAPIER

A highly successful cabaret evening which offered top-class entertainment, was organised by the Hawke’s Bay Branch New Zealand Netherlands Society “Oranje” Inc. and held in the War Memorial Hall, Napier, on Wednesday, 17th May. The first-class entertainment was provided by Holland’s top radio and T.V. personalities, nightclub owner and humorist, Max Tailleur, charming vocalist Meike Telkamp, and accomplished pianist, Lesley Davis, who were at the time touring New Zealand.

Convener of the evening, Mr Reen Veen, gave a cocktail party and typical Dutch dinner for the guests and friends in his Napier restaurant, The White Heron.

Meike Telkamp

Max Tailleur

It would appear that pianist Lesley Davis was sharing a joke.

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C.H.B. COLLEGE PRESENTATION EVENING

At a special function held at the Central Hawke’s Bay College recently, Mr K. Hall, president of the Waipukurau Chamber of Commerce, presented Mark Townsend with a medallion for gaining first place in the New Zealand-wide 1966 Chamber of Commerce arithmetic examinations. (Below).

Above: Jane Bishop received the Petersfield Prize for English from Mrs A. B. Torrie, who was Jane’s 1966 English-class teacher.

Above: Mr K. Hall presented Michael Staines, who was placed second in New Zealand in the arithmetic section of the 1966 Chamber of Commerce examinations, with his medallion.

Right: Paul Armstrong received the Petersfield prize for mathematics from his mathematics master, Mr P.S. Werry.

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A RECORD FOR NINA

Second place-getter in the Sunshine Girl contest, Nina Starr, is seen receiving a record from Mr Bill Mayo, an assistant with Robt. G. Newell Ltd, Napier.

OLD BOYS’ CRICKET TEAM

The Old Boys Hastings second grade cricket team who were the winners of the Hawke’s Bay inter-city competition for 1965-66 and 1966-67. They are, from left back: R.B. Ingram; A.A.J. Boyd; G.P.Heney; T.G.Eriis; B. G. Godber; E.J.D, Newbigin (club captain); and seated: G.D. Harrison; E.W. Baker; D.H. Knight (captain); A.R. Longton; D.G. Baudinet. Absent: C.G. Henderson; D. T. Grainger; M. Jones; and B. Smith.

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CONDUCTS FOR LAST TIME

FOR THE LAST TIME

Mrs Sanders, of Central Hawke’s Bay College, Waipukurau, conducts the school orchestra for the last time before retiring.

SENIOR CITIZENS’ LUNCHEON

Pictured just after leaving the 25th Anniversary Jubilee luncheon for the Napier Senior Citizens, were, from left: Mrs Moorcock, Mrs Carr, Mrs Weaver, and Mrs and Mr Embleton.

One of the speakers at the luncheon was Mr K. Spriggs. Photographed at the official table, were, from left: Mr and Mrs Laird, Mrs N. Tuck (standing) Mrs Spriggs, Mr Spriggs, Mr and Mrs McLachlan, Mrs R. Christie, and Mrs and Mr Richards.

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BIG SMILES FROM COLLEEN

Big smiles were received from both Miss Colleen Jordan, fourth placer-getter in the Sunshine Girl contest, and Mrs Jean Wong, manageress of Milady Fashions, Hastings.

LANE – COCHRANE. At St. Andrew’s Church, Hastings, Elizabeth Anne, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs G. A. Cochrane, Te Awanga, R.D. 2, Hastings, to John William, only son of Mr and Mrs W. Lane, Heretaunga St., Hastings.
(LOVELL-SMITH. HASTINGS.)

LISHMAN – DAKINS. At St. Vincent’s Church, Takapau, Dianne Mary, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs J.A. Dakins, Takapau, to William George, only son of Mrs and the Late Mr W. Lishman, Grey Lynn, Auckland.
(LOVELL-SMITH. HASTINGS.)

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THE SILVER FERN MIDGETS

The Silver Fern Midgets, 1966-67, were the winners of the Hawke’s Bay Midget championships, 1967. The team are, from left back: Mrs A. Barr (instructor), L. Kara, C. Barr, C. Bilas, J. Jenkins, N. Nairn, Mrs B. Logan (chaperon), and front, S. Collins, J. Spencer, P. Jenkins, C. Ramsay, D. Collins, and J. Ropihia.

OFF AGAIN

Students from the Central Hawke’s Bay College are seen leaving for Waipawa School where they gave a morning’s musical entertainment. The two women pictured at right are Mrs Sanders and Mrs Ritchie.

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Wedding Bells

EPPLETT – WILLIAMS. At St. Andrew’s Church, Sydney, Australia. Jeanette Thelma, only daughter of Mrs A. Williams, Sydney, to Trevor Owen, second son of Mr and Mrs E.A. Epplett, Hastings. In attendance, were, from left: (Groom and Bride), Norma Bailey, Graham Bealton, and Freda Laurinson (junior bridesmaid), all of Sydney.

Below:
NOBILO – PUFFLETT. Alice, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Pufflett, Napier, celebrated her 21st, recently, at her home. She also announced her engagement to Mr John Nobilo of Napier.
(MacCONNELL’S PHOTO SERVICE.)

MARSDEN – CHAPMAN. Recently. in London. Joan Ireen, daughter of and Mrs F. H. Chapman, London, formerly of Kenya, to Alan Sidney, second son of Mr and Mrs L. Marsden, Napier. The couple will live in New Zealand.

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OLD NAPIER

This photograph was taken of Napier about 1895 from Bluff Hill shows the old St. John’s Cathedral on the right, with the Bank Of New Zealand and The Post Office in Front. The Athaneum, on the left, is behind the courthouse. Readers will note the water which was then covering Marewa and Marenui. At the right of this photograph you will see the old brewery on the water’s edge.

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NAPIER TODAY

“Photo News” photographer had some difficulty in obtaining this “Napier Today” pic from as near the same position as our “Old Napier” photo (see opposite page), as the location from which old Napier was photographed is now very much a residential area.

It necessitated Bruce hanging out of a bathroom window, in a house on the hill at the top of the Brewster Street steps. Even then he could not get the Courthouse in as it is now blotted out, at this particular spot, by a huge tree.

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REHEARSAL FOR “SALAD DAYS”

With the combined Napier Girls’ and Boys’ High Schools play “Salad Days” coming off early this month, rehearsals were called for in earnest.

Above: The cast are seen in the final moments of the song, “The Things That Are Done by Don”. In the actual play they are tired after having a riotous time at University.

Below: The cast listens eagerly to principals discussing their songs and actions.

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JAYCEE WOOD DELIVERY

Saturday morning 27th May saw a group of Jaycees hard at it, collecting and bagging firewood which was later distributed among pensioners and those folk in need.

Pictured loading up their truck are, from left: Allan Gempton, Wray Ewens, Tim Roberts, Allan Thomas, Truck Driver, Roger Preston, and John Clark.

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SPEECH CONTEST WINNERS

The Bishop Viard cup winners of the recent Secondary Catholic School Federation’s oratory and debating competitions held in the Majestic, Napier, were four students from Napier’s Sacred Heart Convent. The girls are, from left: Kathryn Pinn, Ann Buckley, Ann O‘Donnell (these girls, between them, won the debating section), and Adriann Smith who won the elocutionary section.

APOLOGY

In the 103rd issue of Photo News, a photograph (page 62, bottom right pic.) was entered in error.

Left, is the picture applicable to the caption which should have read: “…..Mrs Miller presented flowers to Mrs Joe Woodham, wife of the Deputy Chief Orphan, who accompanied Chief Orphan Gordon Harding in the absence of Mrs Harding. On stage, are from left: Mr and Mrs Miller and Mrs Woodham. Photo News wish to apologise for any embarrassment to those concerned. (Ed.)

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TRANQUILLITY

The tranquility of the Mangaone River, Dartmoor, was captured on film recently by photographer Ross McKelvie.

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HIGH SCHOOLS IN HAWKE’S BAY

Above: WOODFORD HOUSE, HASTINGS

Below: IONA COLLEGE, HASTINGS.

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AIR CORPS TRAINING

Photo News sat in on one of No 11 squadron ATC Hastings parades which are held at Nelson Park grandstand, Hastings, on Wednesday evenings.

Right: Flight Lt. G. Hughes is seen presenting Cadet W/O Jackson with his warrant officer badge. Cadet Jackson attended and passed the warrant officer course held at base Ohakea during the May holidays.

Below: Mr Eddy Roberts was instructing cadets in the making of model aircraft, a hobby which aids cadets in understanding the principles of flight.

Above: Cadets are introduced to the ZC1 (transmitter receiver radio set) by Warrant Officer Stowell.

Right: Cadet Sgt. Thompson explained details of his experiences at the ATC gliding camp which he attended at Hood aerodrome, Masterton, during the May holidays.

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KEEN PLAY AT CENTENNIAL HALL

A small crowd of spectators were treated to an excellent display of fast and furious indoor basketball in the Centennial Hall, Napier, recently. The competition was the Central Zone Championship match, and Wellington won 66-39.

Left: In a flurry of legs and arms players stretch high for the ball. Players facing the camera, in the striped shorts, are from the Napier team playing Wellington. They are, from left: I. Greenhalgh, L. Johanssen (captain), and E. Wong.

Below: All eyes on the ball.

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YOUR BIRTH STAR INFLUENCES
An Introduction to Astrology with the signs of the Zodiac By “Lenah”.

CALENDAR FOR JULY

ARIES. March 21st to April 19th.
Some inner resentments and withheld antagonisms that can later erupt into scenes and violent striking back. Especially shy or repressed people will hesitate to speak their minds but continue harbouring ill will. The crucial period of the month is 10th-22nd. A confusing or chaotic series of events can leave you in doubt as to what others feel or want. Be specially cautious about your own language, in letters or documents. Sort out your thoughts. Don’t permit yourself to be influenced by outward appearances.

TAURUS. April 20th to May 20th.
This could be a month of mixed sentiments. Both joy and conflict pepper your days! Could be in a state of panic over not being ready for something. You could have certain misgivings about a project, vocation or place you intend to visit. Some luck will have special charms with young people and admirers. Children and their problems will be solved. New babies for some of you could be conceived! Some quarrels or dissension with associates – even mates.

GEMINI. May 21st to June 21st.
Short trips and vacations. Yet Mars, still at your 5th angle of feelings, passions, emotions, and youngsters in your life can stir up odd situations when you are trying to relax. A cycle of discord in the home at times. Service troubles and people who help you care for things are accepted. Some new faces may enter domestic horizons. Will change your way of doing things as a result of fatigue, nervous reactions. Joy of visiting.

CANCER. June 22nd to July 22nd.
May have a feeling of inhibition and reticence concerning a matter that ought to be brought into the open. If possible schedule solutions for in-law problems or anything wherein your home is made more peaceful. You must resist temptations to go off on tangents or escape travel. Extraordinarily dramatic, and a changing pattern of planets can break through some recent stalemate. Special impetus to a climax involving partner or closest associate. Mercury, communications planet, turns direct, and the 22nd-31st should be a speedy period of messages and quick events, accelerated by feelings.

LEO. July 23rd to August 23rd.
The 1st-5th finishes off a cycle of haste and temporary settlements. Venus is still giving you charm and ability to win even when others reason on their sides. You are in the know. There will be a co-operative period when you need a companion– 6th-8th. The 15th-20th you might displease a counsellor. Don’t let pride stand in the way of a prudent gesture. Don’t overspend this month. The 19th-31st your home, relatives, etc., are accentuated to the point of high drama. Long delayed private matters. Keep hand on pocket book!

VIRGO. August 24th to September 23rd.
Make revisions, preparations and dig for withheld facts. Confer privately with someone to get at the root of a problem. Some popularity. A romantic month for all ages. You will feel rather mellow toward people met for the first time. It’s a good month for vote-getting or any public appearances. Someone else’s mistakes could cause turmoil and you may have to mediate. Some questions which may have caused you anxiety may be solved through revision and correction. See to health problems.

LIBRA. September 24th to October 23rd.
Try to realize that a smile can do more than pure logic just now. Some of you will be waiting impatiently for word about a reward or forthcoming event. Try to distract your mind with some private activity, especially the 9th-18th. Do not force any issue. Escape with a dear one rather than attempt decisions. The 20th-31st begins on a dramatic sensitivity and might make you want to give up something in a grand gesture. Don’t make a visit and gain someone else’s point of view. Some luck from it will flow into your life. The person is not against you – but for you.

SCORPIO. October 24th to November 22nd.
This month something secret swings into the open. It should be a signal to begin a new two-year cycle in your life. A more co-operative attitude on the part of others. News from afar, could be interesting, might bring about change. Distractions, invitations from friends. Keep your mind on important objectives. You will be able to solve other people’s dilemmas so that you may end up in the driver’s seat. 21st-31st could be lucky.

SAGITTARIUS. November 23rd to December 21st.
A mood of romantic enjoyment and excellent auspices for travel. Friends seem to be stirred up about something and will try to get you to go along with them. Use it to settle serious and far-reaching questions in your life. Will have the chance to meet higher-ups, superiors, those celebrated for special reasons. You might be completing secret work or preparing something to be shown later. Something makes you nervous, causes you to lose ground. al- ready gained. Outlook is excellent 21st-31st.

CAPRICORN. December 22nd to January 19th.
Venus begs you to keep secrets of others! Some fascinating news will prove the wisdom of patience. You will be surprised by messages, and if you can mingle with other people. Gossip can be curious or astounding. Highly emotional scene or upsets.Strive to make the other person talk so that something can be settled on a basis of candour rather than withhold information from each other. A cycle when talks and associations with the closest and more important to you can result in a mutually satisfying conclusion.

AQUARIUS. January 20th – February 18th.
1st-8th beautifully aspected for double harness or partnership, arrangements. Friendship is flowing warmly. 9th-16th exercise caution where other people’s money may be involved. 16th-28th can produce surprising errors on the part of others. Also responsibility, unpleasant tasks might cause you to call someone down, or you may be tempted to blow your top. 20th-30th honours special limelight! People. look upon you in a special way, need your guidance. Don’t dictate or forget to be considerate.

PISCES. February 19th to March 20th.
You may still feel uneasy about the attitude of another person. Some aid will come. Steer clear of underhanded negotiations and people who try to draw you into them. You would do well to let a partner or associate carry the ball. Listen rather than talk. Don’t lead. Some luck providing you act quickly on things in the distance. Travel, legal, aspects. Questions related to work.

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MARAEKAKAHO SPORTS

There were thrills, spills, and exciting jumping at the recent Maraekakaho Sports.

Below: Judy Mathews, riding “Paper Chance”, is seen taking her horse ably over the jump during the improvers international event.

Left: Chief water-boilers for the day were David Glazebrook and Kevin Corby – both admitted it was a big job keeping the fire burning.

Above: There was great interest taken in the motor cycles obstacle race. Here John Griffiths, intent on getting between those flags, puts his bike through the paces.

Below: Now it’s Alistair Scymgeour’s turn to show what he can do on a motor cycle.

Delight registered on faces of these two cuties when they were handed a cuddly puppy to keep them company in their pushchair.

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DRAMA FESTIVAL

“Two Must Go”, a play by Victor Lucas, was the Parkvale Kindergarten Mothers’ club presentation in the Hastings Combined Kindergarten Mother’s Club Annual Drama Festival. This play, produced by Mrs Ivy Anderson, was set on board a ship carrying nurses to help in, the evacuation of the Malayan Peninsular in 1942.

Right: In the improvised passenger lounge of the cargo ship, are “Mrs Hamilton”, (June Jamieson); “Nurse Jean Ferguson” (Pamela Maher); “Nurse Lindley”, (Patricia Bot); and “Miss Neville”, (Evelyn Jenkins.)

Below: Evelyn Jenkins as “Miss Neville’.

The Raureka Kindergarten Mothers’ play was “All Night Service” by Bernard Merivale, and produced by Mrs Sadie Brown.

Below: Scene: The private office of “Claytons”. From left, “Anne”, (Diane Cudby); “Molly”, (Wendy Jaques); and “Jill” (Shirley Burridge.)

“Policewoman” – Pamela Scott-Ker.

“Miss Mitton” – Marcellette Hay.

“Miss Clayton” – Fay Roil.

“Mrs Hatchard” – Dawn McCowatt.

Page 62

NZ TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT

ROAD SAFETY

The Right Hand Rule

Do not assume that because you have the right of way you will always receive it. Make sure first.

“A” gives way to “B”, the vehicle on his right.

“A” (turning right) gives way to “B”.

“A” (turning right) gives way to “B”.

Neither vehicle has right of way since both are turning right.

“A” (turning right) gives way to “B”.

“A” (turning right) gives way to “B”

IF IN DOUBT STOP

1967 FATAL ACCIDENTS TO JUNE – 268

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Weddings

WILSON – SAWYER. At the Baptist Church, Hastings, Carol Ann, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs L. Sawyer, Stortford St. Hastings, to Colin Noel, only son of Mr and Mrs N.H. Wilson, Railway Rd. Hastings.
(LOVELL-SMITH. HASTINGS.)

WADE – SKEWS. At St. John’s Presbyterian Church, Hastings, Janice Barbara, eldest daughter of Mrs F.J. and the late Mr F.G. Skews, Hastings, to Wallace Ross, second son of Mrs J. and the late Mr W.R. Wade, Hastings.
(LOVELL-SMITH. HASTINGS.)

CLUBS AND ORGANISATIONS – THE EDITOR WILL BE PLEASED TO HEAR FROM YOU AT ANY TIME – IF THERE IS SOMETHING “COMING UP” CONTACT US!

MENZIES – MADDEROM.  At Hereworth Chapel, Havelock North, Annette, only daughter or Mr and Mrs J. Madderom, Holland, to Timothy Malcolm,  elder son of Mr and Mrs O.M.F. Menzies, “Whakarua”, Hastings.
(LOVELL-SMITH. HASTINGS.)

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HACKNELL – CRAWLEY. At St. John’s Church, Dannevirke, 20 May, 1967, Mavis, daughter of Mr and Mrs G.C. Crawley, Dannevlrke, to Walter, son of Mr and Mrs E.E. Hacknell, Dannevirke. The reception was held at the Labour Hall.
(WENDY STUDIOS, WAIPUKURAU.)

CROOK – PATTERSON. At the Presbyterian Church, Otane, Colleen, daughter of Mr and Mrs B. Patterson, Otane, to Ronald, son of Mr and Mrs H. Crook, Dartford, Kent, England, The reception was held at the Town Hall, Otane.
(WENDY STUDIOS. WAIPUKURAU.)

4 Generations

Four generations were pictured after the christening of Baby Raewyn Huia Squire. From left, Mrs N.F. Squire, Ray Squire, (Baby Raewyn), and Mr and Mrs E. Willis.

GALVIN – ARCUS. At St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Waipawa, Denise Isobel, daughter of Mr and Mrs M. Arcus, Waipawa, to Patrick Daniel, son of Mr and the late Mrs P.G. Galvin, Pahiatua. The reception was held at the United Hall, Waipawa.
(WENDY STUDIOS. WAIPUKURAU.)

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HAWKE’S BAY HIGH SCHOOLS

Above: HASTINGS BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL – HASTINGS

Below: ST JOSEPH’S MAORI GIRLS’ COLLEGE. GREENMEADOWS.

Page 66

BELOW: KARAMU HIGH SCHOOL. HASTINGS.

BELOW: ST. JOHNS COLLEGE. HASTINGS.

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Next Issue
15 July

[Back cover photo – Evidence of the summer drawing to a close was predominant around the Dartmoor picnic grounds on the first Friday of May. Ross McKelvie, a Napier photographer, was heading out on a duck-shooting expedition when he took this pic.]

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