Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1964 – Number 071 October

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
71st Issue
OCTOBER 1964
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
2/6

[Cover photo – The 1964 Hastings Blossom Queen, Miss Nicola Hearn, poses with her two Princesses, Miss Roslyn Earle (left) and Miss Robyn Bayliss, following the crowning ceremony in the Municipal Theatre recently.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 6
No. 11
October 1964

Editor Philip Moore

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. The 1964 Hastings Blossom Queen, Miss Nicola Hearn, poses with her two Princesses, Miss Roslyn Earle (left) and Miss Robyn Bayliss, following the crowning ceremony in the Municipal Theatre recently.

Back Cover. One of the highlights of the Blossom Festival was the appearance of the Palmerston North Synchrobatic Team, which turned on a spectacular performance.

YOUTH OF THE YEAR

Miss Maria McKnight, Secretary of the Hastings Youth Club, who recently received the “Youth of the Year” Award in Hastings.

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The Youth of the Year Award was presented recently to the Secretary of the Hastings Youth Club, Miss Maria McKnight, shown above as she received a bouquet from a fellow club member. Below left: Mr. Duncan MacIntyre, M.P., who made the presentation. Below: Mr. K. Lowrie, President of the Associated Youth Clubs of New Zealand.

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SPRING FLOWER SHOW

The Parkvale T.W.G.’s entry, “Jack and the Beanstalk”, which won the Reserve Champion Award at Hastings Horticultural Society’s Spring Flower Show in the N.Z. Apple and Pear Marketing Board’s cool store. It also took first place in the exterior section.

Made of bright orange marigolds was the coach which was the main feature of the Twyford C.W.I.’s entry, “The Magic Touch”.

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“Little Red Riding Hood” was the title chosen by the Raureka T.W.G. for this year’s entry. Mr. Wolf lay in a bed covered and decorated with natural flowers. Below: “The Earth’s Awakening” was a magnificent display of potted plants over a wide area in the main exhibit of the Hastings Horticultural Society and was set off against a background of snow capped peaks and silver birches.

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A realistic entry, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” was entered by the St. David’s Ladies’ Club. The figures stood on a grassed area with animals scattered through the trees. Below: “Chapeaux de Fleurs”, a hat shop comprising hats made and covered with natural flowers was the subject of the Catholic Women’s League entry.

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JETS RUNNING

A display of the Hamilton Jet Boats was held at the Iron Pot, Napier, recently. Demonstration rides were offered to all who wished to avail themselves of the opportunity and we show here a boatload getting under way.

Guy Mannering, Chief demonstrator of the Jet Boats, is shown with Mr. H. P. Jensen. Mr. Mannering was one of the group which made the epic journey up the Colorado Canyon with a prototype of the Hamilton Jet Boat.

A close-up of the engine, which develops 230 h.p. and a top speed of 55 m.p.h.

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H.B. v. AUCKLAND

What’s this, a ballet stance? M. Loughlan poised on one leg, throws out a pass to supporting backs as an Auckland forward prepares to pounce on him during the representative rugby match at McLean Park, Napier, recently. Auckland won the game 11-8 after a tense struggle. Below: Towering Bay forward R. Abel secures the ball for his pack after a line-out. With hand outstretched to gather it is K. Crawford. Supporting Abel is N. Thimbleby.

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Hawke’s Bay halfback Barry Neale in a copy-book style dive pass, following a set scrum. Auckland captain R. H. Graham follows the flight of the ball. Below: Hawke’s Bay predominate in this line-out as K. Crawford gathers the ball in, supported by Abel, Tremain and Small. Third from right is T. W. Johnson (Auckland), who captained Hawke’s Bay last year.

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WILDLIFE EXHIBITION

Repeating its outstanding success of last year, the H.B. Naturalist Club, in conjunction with the Junior Wildlife Wardens, presented an International Wildlife Exhibition in Napier recently. Shown in the very popular pets’ corral are Junior Wildlife Wardens, from left, Kevin Waldron, John Scullen, Lucy Grant, Allen Laing and Rodney Holland.

Brushing the thick coat of “Jackie” the Llama is Dudley Laing.

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Phillip Rutter, our guide for the afternoon, is shown coaxing the Wallaby with a tid-bit.

Julie Woodhose, a young visitor from Taranaki, on one of the Shetland ponies.

“Kokoda”, the New Guinea Wild Dog, was the most valuable animal in the exhibition. Practically extinct, these dogs do not bark or howl, but emit a shrill yodel, which is really a whistle.

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Janet Carpenter (11 years), who was the only girl exhibitor, gained an “A” grade certificate. Janet is pictured here with her study of the ecology of the Georges Drive Stream.

The bonnet monkey was completely at home with everyone – but “Cuddles”, the Capucin monkey was rather furtive with our photographer and did not live up to her name.

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Part of the very fine display by the N.Z. Wildlife Division of the Department of Internal Affairs.

One of the Australian dingoes, loaned by the Wellington Zoo.

The beauty of Yosemite National Park, U.S.A. displayed here, was part of the American Court.

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CUBS’ HANDICRAFT EXHIBITION

Cubs from various Hastings packs are shown on this page getting ready for their annual handcraft competitions which were held recently in St. Andrew’s Hall. Top left: Johnathan Harker (Lones) cutting a frill on their display table. Top right: Graham Fairless (Kauri Pack) arranging some carvings. Lower left: Douglas Taylor tunes up a home made ukulele. Below right: Peter Tate arriving with a model Maori hut.

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Cub Leader Miss Robin Caves, assisted by members of her St. Andrew’s Pack, set up a model campfire as part of their set display.

The winning pack in this year’s competition was the Lones of Hastings. Some of the boys are pictured with their Cub Leaders, Mrs. B. G. Harper and Mrs. L. Hansen. The boys are, from left: Jonathan Harker, Nicholas Harker and Stewart Hansen.

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21st BIRTHDAYS

Melvin, son of Mrs. S. P. and the late Mr. F. S. Hubbard, Napier, is shown with his mother at his 21st which was held at home.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

John Lissette, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Lissette, Hastings, recently celebrated his 21st birthday with a party which was held at home.
Photo by Russell Orr

Mervyn Lanigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Lanigan, Hastings, recently celebrated his 21st birthday at Windsor Lodge, Hastings.
Candid Camera Studios

Graeme Passey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Passey, Hastings, recently celebrated his 21st birthday at St. Leonard’s Hall, Hastings. Graeme is a guitarist in a Christian Youth Group, hence the cake decorated as a guitar.
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FIFTEENTH BLOSSOM FESTIVAL

Gifted with brilliant sunshine after a week of bitterly cold winds, rain and snow, the Hastings Blossom Festival once again attracted thousands of spectators from many parts of the North Island. Though not up to the standard of previous years, there were many floats which would have been prize winners in any company. However, the relative dearth of entries was a disappointment, with one or two prizes going to only entries. Here we see Queen Nicola and her lovely Princesses, Robin Bayliss (left) and Roslyne Earle.

Glamour was added by the Wanganui Drum Majorettes.

One of the many humorous bicycles.

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Appearing for the first time in the Blossom procession was a special parade for vintage cars and motor cycles. Shown here is Mr. W. Sinclair’s 1926 Model T Ford Sedan.

Mr. D. Hunter’s 1915 Buick.

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The attractive Natural Blossom float, entered by the Taradale Advancement Society, with lovely “Crinoline Lady” Kathleen Dean.

“Champion of Champions”, Barclay Motors Ltd. A beautiful pirate ship, with characters depicting the story of Peter Pan.

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An attractive float by the Unilever Social Club.

First prize in the Humorous Section went to the Aero Club and these boys certainly showed their ingenuity.

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The Beverley Hillbillies and their “bomb”.

H.B. Scottish Pipe Band float was awarded first place in the Other Organisations Section.

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These very attractive girls are the “Masterettes Marching Team” from Masterton.

Havelock North Scout Group.

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H.B. Farmers Co-op. Assn. Ltd., decorated car.

Leonard Jensen and his Woodcutters camp fire.

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Haumoana School Carnival Committee.

Hastings Gymnastic Club.

Save the Children Fund Committee.

The Hastings Musical Comedy Company, “The Belle of New York”.

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The Children’s Procession once again brought forth many novel ideas and varieties. Keith, Mark and Gregory Ireland won first place in the decorated bicycle section.

Rowand and Craig Waterhouse and their decorated trolley, depicting a fun-fare, judged the most original entry.

Young Cheryl King made a very attractive “Basket of Flowers”.

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Introduced to the Blossom Festival was a noval [novel] innovation, the “Watties” Rolling Pin throwing contest. This contest proved to everyone’s satisfaction just how safe the majority of husbands are when wives line them up in the sights of their rolling pins. Mrs. Keke, winner of the contest, is presented with part of her prize (2 rolling pins) by Mr. R. Giorgi, Mayor of Hastings.

Mrs. Frazer of Hastings managed this one right, but her first two efforts resembled Hastings’ answer to the boomerang.

This one scattered everyone – including John Minty.

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FESTIVAL OF GYMNASTICS

Poise and balance from primary school youngsters taking part in the Festival of Gymnastics at the Centennial Hall, McLean Park, Napier. Children from many Hawke’s Bay schools participated, plus a team of selected gymnasts from the Wellington and Palmerston North area.

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Hastings and Napier school children gymnasts wait their turn to compete on apparatus during the festival. Below: Two of the visiting Wellington gym. team, Lesley Fraser and Rosemary Carroll, in a display of poised stands.

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SOCIAL NOTES

Shown after their recent engagement are Raewyn Ruth Irene Waters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Waters, Wairoa, and William Cranson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cranson, Palmerston North.

Trevor Morley, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. W. Morley, Hastings, recently celebrated his 21st birthday with a party at his home. He is shown here with his parents.
Candid Camera Studies

Recently at the Trinity Methodist Church, Napier, new colours of the 3rd Napier Company Girls’ Life Brigade were dedicated by the Rev. C. Brown. The picture shows Colour Bearer, Staff Sgt. Deidre Tasker with escorts Lance Corporal Janice Garnham and Corporal Lynn Symes. At the rear is the Chaplain, the Rev. C. Brown.

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ROVING CAMERA

At a recent function of the Japan Society of H.B., the feature was a Sukiyaki dinner cooked and prepared by members themselves. Mrs. L. Gerbean of Hastings is shown dishing up some of the Sukiyaki, whilst on her left, her husband appears to be suffering from pre-dinner indigestion.

As part of a fund raising campaign, Napier Jaycees branched out into the “gardening business”. Pictured loading compost into a van are, from left, Jaycees Alan Thomas, Jim Ronberg, Wray Evans, Colin Turner, Ian Wilkinson, Ian Sutherland and Ian Price.

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FUN AND FROLICS

Rain and cold conditions ruled out most of the fun and frolic events in Hastings, except for a few contests. One or two novel contests were added to the programme this year. Top left. This year’s winners of the pancake derby in the married and single ladies race being won by Cynthia Kirk (left), while the married’s race was carried off for the second year running by Mrs. Margaret Gledhill. Lower left: Two and a half year old Tina Haggart, one of the youngest contestants in the best posie event, holds her entry. Below: Mr. Sid Trott (President of the Hastings Retailers Association) checks the weight of a participant in the “Family with the Heaviest Mother” contest.

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They’re all set to go in the Hastings Blossom Festival Go-kart Derby and the starters in the event are well known businessmen. From left: Public Relations Officer, John Minty; Sid Trott, (President of the Hastings Retailers Association), with his co-pilot, Hastings Mayor Ron Giorgi, and at extreme right, Harry Popplewell, President of Greater Hastings. The Blossom Queen and her two maids watch on at rear.

Choosing a winner amongst the large entry of posies is Mrs. Z. P. Bromley. This year, there were dozens of posies which, the judge remarked, were of a very high standard.

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Eager hands outstretched. This was the happy scene in Civic Square as hundreds of children flocked over the park to take part in the lolly scramble.

The pressure is on in the East versus West tug-of-war contest. The East side, dressed as members of the gentler sex, displayed greater stamina than their West side opponents to win the shield.

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Well out in front and a clear winner, is Blair McDonald (right), photographed during one of the heats of the tyre races. Below: The winners of the final lineup after the event and are from left, Bruce Talbot, Terry Connelly and Terence Reilly.

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ROVING CAMERA

Primers 3 and 4 and standard 1 of Ebbett Park School, Hastings, combined in an afternoon of songs and displays depicting Chinese culture for interested parents recently. The children, who have been studying China as part of their school studies programme, were dressed in Eastern apparel and their classroom was gaily decked out in hanging lanterns and other arts and crafts exhibits.

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H.B. v. POVERTY BAY

Hawke’s Bay’s left wing Bill Davis, is in full flight in this shot taken during the inter-provincial rugby match against Poverty Bay at McLean Park recently. The match ended with Hawke’s Bay running out the winners. Below: After a stirring piece of determined forward play, Hawke’s Bay’s Dave Bone flashes across Poverty Bay’s goal line for a try. The inspiration and drive was initially provided by captain for the day, N. Thimbleby (behind Bone on ground).

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Hawke’s Bay forwards predominate in this lineout as they scoop the ball to waiting halfback Neale (right).

Twice in the same match, Hawke’s Bay winger M. Percy made strong bids to score but was bundled into touch right on the corner flag. On this occasion he really flattened it.

A burly Poverty Bay forward pounces on Hawke’s Bay’s halfback Neale, but just too late, as Neale finds touch with his short stab kick.

Captain N. Thimbleby poises from his run and prepares to send up a centring kick.

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MR. ACKER BILK

A welcome return to Hawke’s Bay, for jazz fans, was the re-appearance of Acker Bilk and his Paramount Jazz Band. They were entertained at a reception at the Black Orchid Room, Napier, by the H.B. Swing Club. Here are seen some of the boys “practising” on borrowed instruments, with Napier’s Graham Lawson sitting in on the drums.

Swing Club President Johnny Hale, presents pianist Stan Greig with honorary membership of the H.B. Swing Club, a gesture extended also the rest of the Band.

“Tea” is always popular with Acker Bilk.

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Ron McKay and Trevor Herini discuss drum techniques.

Sue Bone of Napier and guitarist Tony Pitt appear to be deeply engrossed in ….cigarettes?

ROVING CAMERA

A beautiful floral carpet was displayed by the Napier Horticultural Society at the Sound Shell recently. Here we see Ruth Lee helping to arrange the carpet.

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SOCIAL NOTES

Mr. J. H. Ansell, former Dux of Napier Boys’ High School, was recently awarded his Batchelor of Science Degree at the Victoria University Capping Ceremony at the Wellington Town Hall. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ansell, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studio

Diane Chambers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Chambers, Hastings, is shown being presented with the Endurance Medal by Major Tait, for her perseverance in overcoming physical handicap. The award was granted from London.
Candid Camera Studies

Raylee E. Worley, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worley, Waipukurau, is shown at her 21st, which was held at the Rugby Hall, Waipukurau.
Photo by Wendy Studios

Four Generations. Great Grandmother Mrs. G. Alpin holds baby Joanna Garbutt, while Grandfather Mr. E. P. Garbutt and father Mr. D. P. Garbutt look on.

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GUN DOG TRIALS

Omaranui Road was the recent venue of the H.B. Gun Dog trials, which attracted entries from Wellington to Wairoa. Here can be seen the perfect understanding between Andrew Jones, Napier, and his dog, which remained completely still for some moments before this bird was flushed from hiding.

Mr. J. Toby’s “Judy” demonstrates the patience which goes into training these dogs. Coming out of the river. which was approximately 40 degrees, Judy refused to surrender her prize to anyone except her handler.

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Patiently awaiting their turn to show their dogs’ paces in the water trials are, from left, Diane Wedd, Dannevirke; Mrs. W. R. Harper, Hastings; and Mrs. A. J. Wedd, Dannevirke, whilst the dogs, Jason and Danny appear to be gauging the opposition.

ODD SHOT

Rapid progress is being made on the Napier Dolphin Pool on the Marine Parade. Shown above is the holding pool in which the dolphins will be accommodated when they arrive in October.

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NORTH ISLAND BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Some 22 teams from various North Island areas recently took part in an Indoor Basketball Tournament at the Hastings Y.M.C.A. At top, a group of scorers follow a game in progress. They are, from left: L. Lewis, M. Grieg, and P. Paraha. Below left: P. McLean (Checkers) is caught by a Whakatane Youth Club player as she prepares to shoot for goal. Below right: Ngaire Tinning (Orbits) races in to sweep up the ball.

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Vocal support from spectators and players bordering the courts.

L. McLaren, Checkers, about to secure the ball from a high tussle.

H. Scott, Whakatane Youth Club, shoots for goal in the game against Checkers.

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The Hastings Y.M.C.A. Orbits team, which competed in the recent Indoor Basketball Tournament at Hastings. The girls are, from left: Bernice Smith, Margaret Morris, Lynn Robinson, Ngaire Tinning, Heather Flack and Yvonne Cosford.

Taking an interest in proceedings during one of the games are members of the Hastings Capers team. They are, from left: E. Watene, K. Smiler, H. Tahau and L. Tahau.

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“Can I do it”, seems to be the question. J. Gatenby is asking herself as she prepares for a long range shot at the goal during the game Tokoroa versus Capers. At right is H. Tahau. Below: “My ball”! G. Crozier gathers in the ball after a spectacular leap during the match against Napier’s Tiger Cubs.

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FASHION FOR NEXT YEAR

Held at the Top Hat, Napier, recently, was a trade showing of winter fashion for 1965 and also swim wear for the coming season. The show was organised by Holeproof of New Zealand and was well attended by representatives of our local fashion houses. Shown here are a few of the garments worn at the parade.

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MOTORISTS –
– Take a Tip from ROBBIE

In general it is unsafe (and an offence) to overtake at or approaching an intersection.

Under the following circumstances you may overtake another vehicle on the left, but it is your responsibility to make sure the movement can be made safely.

In a 30 mile-an-hour area, “A” may overtake “B” on the left IF “B” is stationary or has signalled a right turn.

Also (in a 30 mile-an-hour area) on leaving the intersection, “A” may overtake “B” on the left IF-

“B: has made a right turn and “A” has gone straight through OR IF “B” has made a right turn and “A” has turned left.

DO NOT Overtake

At a Blind Bend

Near the Crest of a Rise

At “NO PASSING” lines, that is, where there is a solid line on YOUR side of the centre line

Slower drivers should pull well over to the left and stop if necessary to let following traffic go by.

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HASTINGS GROUP THEATRE

Above are members of the cast of the Hastings Group Theatre’s recent play, “Relative Values”, by Noel Coward. They are, from left: Jim Lawson, Jack Webb, Mrs. C. Craven (Producer), Mrs. M. Wood, Mrs. N. Reeve, Mrs. R. Cabot, Mrs. Tim Webb, Miss Ailsa Kennedy, Mick Mills, and Erl Berentson (top). Alice, the Maid (lower left), was played by Ailsa Kennedy, while Crestwell, the butler, was taken by Mick Mills (lower right).

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ANTIQUE EXHIBITION

The Hawke’s Bay and East Coast Art Society attracted hundreds to their recent Antique Exhibition in the Napier Art Gallery. With pieces some 400 years old, there was much to hold the public interest. Some of the pieces shown here are, right: Delft Ware on a French casket; a cabinet dating from 1710; and left foreground, a William and Mary (1690) stool.

Beautiful silverware made by craftsmen in the 17th and 18th centuries.

An ornate inlaid French chair.

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Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hood of Napier, shown admiring a Regency (1800) setting.

A baby’s cradle dating from the late 16th century.

Delicate Meissien figurines.

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H.B. CHAMPIONS

Hawke’s Bay’ Champions, after a most successful season, Napier High School Old Boys are now the proud holders of eight trophies. These include the Hawke’s Bay Challenge Shield, the Maddison Trophy, the Banks Shield, and five inter-club and tournament trophies. The team is, from left, back row: E. Jackson, P. R. Evans, S. Little, Mr. I. Hay (Masseur), A. Nattrass, C. Hay. A. Meech. Centre: Mr. M. Wall (Club Chairman), G. W. Love, H. Swann, H. Meech, R. S. Abel, A. Dick, D. Haig, Mr. B. Hawkins (Club Captain). Front row: D. Curtis, I. R. Bishop, Mr. L. Bradley (Coach), K. R. Tremain (Captain-coach), B. R. Neale, Mr. P. A. Magill (President), C. Hogg, J. Howell. In front: P. Lynch, J. Foster.
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Next Issue
22nd Oct.

[Back cover photo – One of the highlights of the Blossom Festival was the appearance of the Palmerston North Synchrobatic Team, which turned on a spectacular performance.]

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October 1964

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