COATES – FARQUHARSON
At St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Hastings: Heather Margaret Farquharson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Farquharson, Hastings, to Peter Alan Coates, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Coates, Christchurch. Future home will be in Timaru.
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Our Ballroom Girl
Margaret Kersey was the girl unanimously chosen by seven judges as our Ballroom Girl. She is a 17-year-old stenographer who lives at Ahuriri and works for Fletcher Timber. She has acted with the Frivolity Minstrels for two years and has shown such promise that this year she plays the second female lead in their pantomime. Margaret will receive many valuable prizes from the sponsors of this competition. The judges found it much harder to decide on second and third places. The standard, they agreed, was high, and they spent several hours coming to their decision. Norah Glew, of Fitzroy Avenue, Hastings, was placed second and Elizabeth Shuker, of Waipukurau, was the third lucky girl.
We’ll just add the usual editorial note that the decision of the judges is final and no correspondence on this decision will be entered into.
Ross Frater, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Frater, Tom Parker Avenue, Napier, seen at his 21st with his grandfathers, Mr. L. Crawley, Hastings, and Mr. G. Frater, Napier.
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