Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1963 – Number 060 November

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
60th Issue
NOVEMBER 1963
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
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[Cover photo – For our cover this month we have chosen lovely Coleen Simkin of Napier who is a typist receptionist.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY‘S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 5
No. 12
November 1963

Editor Philip Moore

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. For our cover this month we have chosen lovely Coleen Simkin of Napier who is a typist receptionist. Coleen, who is twenty years old, is interested in stage work, music and swimming, she is a trained model of which we hope to tell you more of next month.

Back Cover. An attractive group of the “Blues”, who appeared in the Parkvale Kindergarten Mothers Club’s performance of “Rhapsody in Blue“, during the annual musical entertainment at the Municipal Theatre, Hastings, recently.

Emma models a fabulous evening gown which has been entered in the trade section this year by Mrs. Rosewitha [Roswitha] Robertson of Hastings, last year’s winner of the Gown of the Year contest.

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NEW ZEALAND’S SUPREME FASHION EVENT

Glenys in Moon River

Glenys shows Aurora

The Fifth New Zealand Gown of the Year Contest, recently seen at the Napier War Memorial Hall, proved, beyond any doubt, that New Zealand designers can compete with Paris, London or New York. The Tam Cochrane showing was modelled before capacity houses, many people being unable to get in to see the show.

Margaret shows Fiesta

Liz models Sapphire

Margaret models Orient Dawn

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Liz Models Vienna Bonbon

Dianne shows Chantelle

Anne models Paris

Emma shows Maoriana.

Dianne in Maritza

Dianne models Romance

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Garments from most of New Zealand’s trade houses were shown, ranging from underwear to afternoon dresses and bridal gowns.

Margaret shows a genuine Indian sari

Anne models a striking black and white playsuit.

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GARDNER – FRASER. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Walter Gardner are pictured leaving St. Patrick’s Church, Napier, recently, following their wedding. The bride was Marion Carolyn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fraser, Wairoa. The bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Gardner, Putorino.

Shown at the Waipukurau Nurses “Shipwreck Dance” are, from left: “Back: Jo Harris, Lorraine Taylor, Shona Williams, Rose Parahi, Barbara Guilliard, Centre: Kathy Sisley, Muriel Linley, Margaret Bushett, Margaret Scott, Gay Campbell, Chris McDonald, Carol North. Front: Anne Staines, Antoinette Staladi, Sue Cannon.
Photo by Laurence Abrahams, Waipukurau

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GORDON – IORNS. Shown after their wedding at St. David’s Church, Napier, are Mr. and Mrs. Ivan T. Gordon. The bride is Catherine Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Iorns, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gordon, Gisborne, The party, from left is: Miss E. Thompson, bride and groom, Mr. R. Lawrence.
Photo by Batchelors Sudios

BRANDON – CLAPPERTON. Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Brandon are pictured leaving St. Matthew‘s Church aftar their wedding recently. The bride is Glennis Judy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clapperton, Hastings, and the bridegroom is the only son of Mr. and the late Mrs. T. Brandon, Hastings,

McCALLUM – POTTS. Heather Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Potts, Hastings, is shown arriving at St. Andrew‘s Church, Hastings, recently. She married Roger Hugh, son of Mrs. I. and the late Mr. McCallum, Hastings.

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NEW PLAY CENTRE OPENS

In the Haumoana Memorial Hall recently, a play centre was started to cater for children in the district. Pictured above are some of the youngsters enjoying themselves in the sand pit, while below, two young Maori kiddies are busy rolling dough. They are Kathy and Debra Unahi.

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GOLF – THE WATTIE 1500

Mr. James Wattie (left), sponsor for the £1,500 golf tournament watches players on the short fourth. With him is his wife and a friend.

Perhaps the greatest incident of the tournament, among many, was that which was enacted in the last minutes of the final game when Charles and Devlin were making their way to the eighteenth. Devlin had hit his second and was lying close to the green and as Charles swung his second away, the crowd which had fringed the fairway, rushed forward for a good vantage point around the green, taking up their positions before Charles’ ball had ceased rolling.

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Australian Bruce Devlin sits on his trundler while waiting for his putt on the seventh green.

Glamour shotmaker Bob Charles chips onto the green watched by an interested gallery. One at least is no mere spectator. She is Bob’s Wife Verity (centre, wearing white coat).

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Stuart Jones

E. A. Southerden

Shots of Hawke’s Bay players in the sponsored golf tournament.

J. M. Dorreen

Ian MacDonald

F. T. Gordon

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“Well, what a Wizard,” said Bruce Devlin to Bob Charles as they survey the result of their second shots on the eighth. Their balls finished up within four inches of each other.

Even the top liners get into bunkers, but the difference is that they seem adept at still chipping out and finishing the holes with a birdie or bogey. No mean exception was popular Australian Peter Thomson.

Writing results of the rounds on the giant scoreboard is club secretary for Bridge Pa, Mr. J. S. H. Robertson.

J. C. Davis, Australia, lines up a putt.

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The heat’s off and these two Aussie golfers take a turn at cards on the practise putting green.

Stuart Jones, Hastings, receives the first prize for the amateur section, a radio, from Mrs. Wattie.

Australians Bruce Devlin (at microphone) and Peter Thomson (left), who tied for third place in the professional section, thank the sponsors and golfers for a “good tournament”.

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YOUTH CLUB PROJECT

In an effort to raise funds for the Rahiri Home Appeal (a local aged folks home), the Dannevirke Youth Club staged a very successful Bohemian dance in the Town Hall recently. Members and non-members turned up from all over the district in appropriate dress, complete with dark glasses. Above is a shot of the crowded floor at the height of the twisting.

Presentation of a cheque for £50 by Patricia Lyons, Secretary of the Club, to the Rev. H. Haigh, President of the Rahiri Appeal Committee.

Chris Strong and Barbara North of Dannevirke, winners of the best costume, giving a twist demonstration.

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A group of happy beatniks relaxing after a dance.

DANNEVIRKE BULL FAIR

The Champion of Champions at the Dannevirke Bull Fair, “Prince Elegance of Mangatoro”. This bull was sold for £4725, the highest price ever paid for a bull in New Zealand. Pictured with the bull is Mr. D. Main from Australia, Mrs. Moody, wife of the judge, Mr. Austin Moody, from Longmont, Colorado, the judge, and Mr. Donald Grant, the owner.

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WOOL AWARDS FASHION PARADE

Shown in Dannevrke,

Robyn models the Supreme Award, a winter white pure wool ensemble featuring a fur trimmed three-quarter length jacket over a slim frock.

Barbara wears an emerald green two piece pure wool cocktail frock.

Judy models a Gold Award pure wool suit in double knit jersey.

The Showing of the collection was organised by Mrs. Judy Hutton for the Dannevirke Chamber of Commerce, and drew a capacity audience at the Town Hall.

Photographs of the Collection were taken just prior to the parade and, above, is Vivienne, who models a pure wool black evening gown with draped bodice and side drapes which form a slight train at the back.

Josephine and Barbara model some of the many casual wear outfits in the collections.

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FISHING COMPETITION

Some of the many youngsters who crowded the large pond at the Greenmeadows Game Farm recently to take part in the annual fishing competition organised jointly by the Scinde Angling Club and the Acclimatisation Society.

Four-year-old Grant Davies receiving casting instructions from his grandfather Mr. H. Davies of Napier.

“You hold it like this,” explains Mr. R. Sharrock, Napier, to his son Keith.

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A group of Taradale youngsters try their luck. The boys are, from left: Graeme Fulton, Tony King, Jonathan Starr, and Paul Slight.

Murray Goodwin, Taradale thinks fishing Is a serious business, according to his expression.

Danny Edward and Wayne McDonald of Taradale admire a fine rainbow trout caught in the first hour of the competition by Wayne.

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ROVING CAMERA

A rare achievement in the skating world was recognised in Hastings recently when five members of the Hastings Amateur Roller Skating Club received the first gold badges awarded by the Amateur Roller Skating Association of New Zealand for speed skating. The skaters are, front row from left: Corinne Grant, Ngaire Dillon and Gay Hughes. The boys are Peter Ramsay (left) and Raymond Hayes.

Hawke’s Bay rugby football players Ian McRae, Kelvin Tremain and Bill Davis, pause for the camera while studying a poster of London, their destination with the 1963 All Blacks. The very best of luck boys.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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RECENT WEDDINGS

GRAPES – NAIRN. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Grapes are shown at their wedding reception with three of their grandparents. They are, from left: Mr G. Frazer, Mr. A. McErlich, groom, and bride, Mrs. McErlich. The bride is Maureen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Nairn, and the groom is son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grapes.
Photo by Hurst Studio

PINKER – CADDIE. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pinker are seen leaving St. David’s Presbyterian Church, Napier, after their Wedding. The bride was Allison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Caddie, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pinker, New Lynn, Auckland.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

SMITH – BROWNLEE. Shown after their wedding at St. Patrick’s Church, Napier, recently, are Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith. The bride was Judith Ann, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Brownlee, Napier, and the groom is the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, Gisbome.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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21st BIRTHDAYS

Annette, daughter of Mrs. E. M. Liddington, Hastings, is shown at her 21st birthday, which was held at the Twyford Hall.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Nga Papae from Rarotonga, is seen celebrating her 21st at the United Hall, Waipukurau.
Photo by Wendy Studios

Gary, son of Mrs. J. Hawke, Napier, is shown with his mother at his 21st, which was held at home.
Photo by Batchelors Studios.

Val, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O’Brien, Norsewood, is shown at her 21st birthday party, which was held recently.
Wendy Studios, Waipukurau

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ROVING CAMERA

Two hundred boys off on a two mile race. The boys of the Wycliffe Intermediate School at the start of their annual two miles road race.

Frank McCarthy, winner of the senior section. Frank also broke the course record with a time of 12 mins. 59.5 secs. for the two miles.

Harold Ralfe and Bruce McGregor fight it out to the finish.

Wayne Smith, first boy home, and winner of the junior section.

Joanne Clarke, aged 12, of Wycliffe Intermediate School, Napier, who is believed to be the youngest girl in Hawke’s Bay to obtain a Silver medal for gymnastics. The medal is awarded by the New Zealand Gymnastics Association.

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LAND MARK DISAPPEARS

A terrific explosion heralded the end of an old land mark on the Napier-Taupo highway recently, when the northern section of the old wooden bridge was blown up by a demolition gang. The two pictures on this page show the actual moment of firing (top) of the gelignite charge, and (below) the northern section falling to the river bed.

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A small crowd gathered near the bridge on the Mohaka to witness the final moments of the old bridge’s history.

Mr. Jim Gerrard, Napier, the man in charge of demolition work on the old bridge, is shown filling a hole with gelignite.

Mr. Jack Hansen, Napier, drilling a hole for a gelignite charge.

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The twisted remains of the old wooden structure lie severed from the pylon of the centre section. The pylons are to be left intact in case of emergency, when a bailey bridge could be thrown across.

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MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT

“Half a mow, who’s here?” Behind the masculine camouflage are four mothers of the Central Kindergartens Club, who played the part of waiters in their production. “Music Hall Memories”. They are, Mrs. Betty Baker, Mrs. Rita Gardiner, Mrs. Mavis Kelly and Mrs. Sadie Smith. Below: A scene from their play.

By Hastings Free Kindergarten Assn. Combined Mothers Club

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Well, if it isn’t “Old King Cole”, complete with fiddlers three. The King is Mrs. Margaret Hawkins, and the three fiddlers are Mesdames Flora Danielson, Helen Pares, and Elma Myhill.

The King of Hearts, played by Pat Sulzberger (top) and Mary (who had a little lamb), get acquainted. Mrs. Sulzberger was the producer of the Mayfair Mothers Club play.

The “Three Blind Mice” are Mrs. Robyn Arell, Mrs. Judith Charlton, and Mrs. Ngaire Cooper.

“Little Boy Blue”, Mrs. Lois Ebbett, and “Mary” (Quite Contrary), Mrs. Pat Crerar, who helped swell the cast for Mayfair’s presentation of “Once Upon a Time”

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A Beautiful Lady in Blue was the song rendered by these two, Mrs. Joan Russell and Mrs. Julie Wilkins in the presentation of “Rhapsody in Blue”.

“I’ve got those Lonely Lonely Blues” Mrs. June Jamieson, Parkvale, with her version of the Charleston.

Mrs. Maureen. Heaps (left) and Mrs. Marjorie Scott in the “Blue Toothbrush”.

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Mrs. C. Clough (left) and Mrs. P. Willoughby, on stage in their rendition of the “Blue Tango”.

Chumming up for their entry to sing “Venus in Blue Jeans”, are Mrs. T. Davis (left) and Mrs. J. Robinson of Parkvale.

Mrs. Elva Love (left) a member of the chorus, and Mrs. Margaret. Moore (a shoe-shiner), who appeared in Mahora’s Production of “Stormy Weather”.

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Four of the cast from Mahora’s group who appeared in their production of “Stormy Weather”, are, from left: Mrs. Bernice Loader, Mrs. Maisey Anderson, Mrs. Stella Tasker and Mrs. Maureen List. Their character names were Serena, Joe, Sammy and Cindy.

The cast of Darkies (above) are members of the Raureka Kindergarten Mothers Club who added to the colour of their performance of “Alabama Barbecue” produced by Gladys Williamson.

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Scene on stage of the Raureka Mothers’ Club’s production of “Alabama Barbeque”.

“And they lived happily ever after”. “Snow White” Mrs. Francis Paton and “Prince Charming” Mrs Betty Gordon, in the final scene of their production of “Snow White and the Seven Giants”, played by the Frimley, Kindergarten Mothers Club.

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OPEN SCRAMBLES CHAMPIONSHIP

Thrills and spills were the order of the day when top riders- from many parts of the North Island attended the Hawke’s Bay Open. Scrambles championship at Pakowhai Dip recently. This is the first time that the club, one of the oldest in the country, has staged a H.B. Open Championship for scrambles riders, and it is hoped to make this an annual affair. Pictured at left is Hastings rider Terry Rosvall, after negotiating the leap. Below: J. Cambridge, Palmerston North. (with both wheels off the ground), was the winner of the championship event.

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Riders and spectators seek a high vantage point for the hill-climb events.

They’re off, and clouds of dust rise as bikes of all sizes participate in the open championship.

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John Burn, Hastings, winds up the throttle at the start of the hill climb.

W. Gibson, Napier, spins into a skid on a sharp corner, but controls the slide and continues.

Gordon Leonard, Clive, makes a hurried dash to safety as other bikes converge on him when he “spilt” near the ramp.

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J. Cambridge, Palmerston North at full gun on the hill circuit.

Starter Mr. M. C. Marriott (left) watches a rider roar away on the hill climb route.

Riders taxi downhill to the starting line on the Seafield Road route at Bay View, which attracted a large crowd, regardless of the inclement weather conditions.

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Kicking up the loose shingle Napier side-car enthusiasts Gordon Skilton and Ray Larsen, Napier, are frozen by the high speed of the camera as they trapeze on at corner during the hill climb events at Bay View recently.

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ODD SHOT

For the second time in a month, another car was converted in Hastings and pushed over a steep bluff on Te Mata Peak and wrecked. This is the position where it ended up.

Traffic officers who recently gathered at the Transport Department’s Training School at Trentham, demonstrating to each other the various methods used in their districts to educate all types of road users in safety. Senior Road Traffic Instructor C. Horniblow, of Hawke’s Bay, is second from the left.
N.P.S. Photo

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MOTORISTS – Take a Tip from ROBBIE
If the battery always seems to need recharging, check the fan belt for correct tension. A loose belt can also cause overheating. A common means of adjustment is shown here.

For maximum petrol economy, the carburettor air cleaner should be removed at regular intervals. If the cleaner on your car is of the oil bath type, make sure you don’t refill so that the oil rises above the level mark, otherwise high petrol consumption will result.

A choked silencer can cause a great loss of power. If your car seems to be losing power, don’t overlook the possibility of the silencer being clogged with carbon. The remedy is replacement.

Incorrectly adjusted tappets will cause loss of power and will greatly increase the wear of the valve and its associated mechanism. Do not adjust tappets yourself unless you set them to manufacturer’s specifications with a feeler gauge.

Oiling up of spark plugs rarely occurs in an engine in good condition. If it does occur, check to see that the plugs are of the correct type.

When your mechanic tells you the generator brushes of your car need renewing, do you imagine something looking like a clothes brush? Here are two typical generator brushes; they are made of carbon and are quite cheap. Modern generators are fitted with only two of them.

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ROVING CAMERA

Members of the Napier Lions Club pack electric light bulbs which are being sold in a house to house canvass in an effort to raise funds for the many worthy causes that this Club helps.

Three Scouts of the Napier South Troup who recently obtained their Queen’s Scout Certificates. They are, from left: Robin Milligan, David Tait, and David Angove.

The Shamrocks of Napier, who recently won the McVay Challenge Cup from St. Pat‘s of Wellington. The Cup is a soccer trophy, and is played for annually between these two teams.

Project organised by the Napier South Scout Troup, by the senior Scouts is the building of five canoes for local river exploration. Members of the troup are seen here with the partly completed hulls.

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Mr. and Mrs. H. Kemp, Hastings, are shown at a family gathering which was held to celebrate Mr. Kemp’s 80th birthday.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Two little mudlarks were recently caught in the act are Carla and Grant Franklin of Trinity Crescent, Napier. Grant is the muddiest one, and below, into the tub for a scrub. Carla is 3½ and Grant is 2.

Pictured at the dental nurses graduation, which was held at the Dominion Museum, Wellington, is Marie Simpkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Simpkin, Napier.
Andrews Studios, Wellington

Shown above is Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hagenson, Hastngs. She has recently returned from America after a year in Pennsylvania at Neshannock High School, New Castle, as an American Field Service student.

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SETTER – LEDWIDGE. At St. Patrick’s Church, Waipawa, recently, Lorraine Ledwidge, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Ledwidge, Quinindi, N.S.W., Australia, was married to Brian, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Setter, Waipawa. The party, from left, is: John Setter, Clair Halligan, groom and bride, Linda Fleming and David Hansen. The reception was held at the R.S.A. Hall, Waipawa.
Wendy Studios, Waipukurau

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NAPIER v. HASTINGS MIDGETS

Napier’s Martin Braithwaite (right) opens up play from a set scrum.

All Black of the future? An incident during a midfield encounter in midget match, Napier versus Hastings, which was played as a curtain raiser to the big game.

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MISS EARTHA KITT

World famous coloured entertainer, Miss Eartha Kitt (above) waves to the crowd on her arrival at Hawke’s Bay’s airport for her performance recently. Below: Eartha displays keen interest in a paua shell presented to her

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With fur draped leisurely across one shoulder, Eartha is pictured entering the Masonic Hotel, Napier.

Eartha finds the “Press interview” humorous (above), but when dealing with the racial problem of her home country, her mood was different (below).

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THOMSON – JEFFRIES. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Roderick Thomson, are shown after their marriage at St. Columbia’s [Columba’s] Church, Havelock North, recently. The bride is Janice Lorraine, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Jeffries, Havelock North, and the groom is the eldest son of Mrs. Thomson and the late Mr. W. A. Thomson, Mangapai, Northland.
Photo by Russell Orr

Gilbert, son of Mrs. M. K. and the late Mr. J. Duncan, Napier, is shown with his mother at his 21st, which was held at the James Banquet Lounge, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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Shown at the christening of baby Denise Bishop recently. are James Biddle, Mrs. Nehemia, and Mrs. and Mr. Bishop with Denise.
MacConnells Photo Service

Shown with his mother, Mrs. M. Savage, Hastings, is Jerry Savage, who is leaving Hastings to fly for Milave Mission Station for three years, The picture was taken at a farewell party at his home.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Judith, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Affleck, Hastings, is seen receiving her key from her father at her 21st, which was held at home.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Robin, daughter of Mrs. E. A. Kale, Hastings, recently celebrated her 21st at the Buffalo Hall, Hastings. She is seen here with her parents
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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Children who are unlucky enough to be admitted to hospital in Hastings can however, look forward to lots of fun now, thanks to Greater Hastings and the Model Railway Club, which has donated a fine setup of a village and railway system to the children’s ward. Sister Shepherd is pictured (above) receiving the key from the President of the Model Railway Club, Mr. Gordon Frost. Below: Some of the young patients cluster around the model and examine its performance

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SHANNON – CHARLES. Shown after their wedding recently, are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shannon. The bride is Jennilfer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Charles, Napier. The bridal party, from left is: Judy Bowman, Gillian Baigent, Noel Charles, Bernie Probyn, Laurence Tester, Patricia Shannon, Trevor Ward, Ann Cooper, and the bride and groom
MacConnells Photo Service

Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Ferguson; Clive, recently celebrated his 21st at the Clive Hall. He is shown here with his parents and brother Chris.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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ODD SHOT

Anne Campbell and Margaret Reid, shown above, recently received their Queens Guide Badges at a presentation at the Frimley Hall, Hastings.
Photo by Russell Orr

To mark the 40 years of Guiding in New Zealand, Girl Guides, Brownies, and parents, planted red shrubs to mark the Ruby Anniversary. The ceremony was held at the corner of Kennedy Road and Taradale Road.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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HAWKE’S BAY v. WAIKATO

A grand climax to the season’s rugby in Hawke’s Bay was capped during the last match, when the Bay swamped the Waikato side by 28-8 at Nelson Park, Hastings, before an enthusiastic crowd of some 6000 people. Hawke’s Bay forward and All Black trialist Dave Bone is pictured after crashing across the line for a try.

Elusive Hawke’s Bay halfback Barry Neale evades a towering Waikato forward, ably supported by Neil Thimbley (left) and Tom Johnson (right) playing his last match for the Bay.

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“Hey! Leave my jersey on . . . ” seems to be the cry of this Waikato player caught in midfield by Johnson and Bill Davis (right).

One of the Bay’s three All Black selections, Bill Davis, is pictured about to kick for touch during the match. This particular game was written up as, being one of the best performances of the team yet. Davis, who has been picked as a wing three-quarter for the All Black side, scored a fantastic try about half way through the second half.

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AMBULANCE DEDICATED

Napier’s new St. John Ambulance was dedicated at St. John’s Cathedral recently. Picture shows Dean Guymer conducting the service in front of the Cathedral. Lower picture shows interior of the new machine which had, at the time of taking this picture, still to be fully equipped.

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[Back cover photo – An attractive group of the “Blues”, who appeared in the Parkvale Kindergarten Mothers Club’s performance of “Rhapsody in Blue“, during the annual musical entertainment at the Municipal Theatre, Hastings, recently.]

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Published November 1958 – June 1967

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Date published

November 1963

Publisher

The Hawke's Bay Publishing Company Ltd

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967/968/35494

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