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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ADVENT 11. Trentham. — 8 a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m.. Evensong (Mi-. .Tomlin). Upper Hutt. —11 a*m.; \D,itany and H.C.; 7 p.ni., Evensong (Mr. Avery). Silverstream.—7 p.m., Even- song: (Vicar). Akatarawa.—7 p.m., Evensong . (Mr. Finlay). " ..O-'Kaitoke..—9.4s a.m., H.C. Rev. N. E. Winhall, ; Vicar. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Rey. J. C. McCaw; 7 p.m., Holy Commun- ion, Rev. J. C. McCaw. Trentham. —7 p.m., Mr. J. Starr. ' Silverstream. —7 p.m., Mr. C. - McLeod. , METHODIST CHURCH. DECEMBER 9th, 1939. 11 a.m.—Lieut. Simpson, of Salvation Army. 7 p.m.—Sister Edith Beer. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL SUNDAY,' DECEMBER 10th. "*'-*■ 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 p.m.—Bright Gospel Service. Speaker: Mr. F. Goulstone. All Cordially Invited. TRENTHAM GOSPEL HALL Islington Street. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10th. 2.30 p.m.^—Sunday School. 7 p.m.—Bright Evangelistic Service. A Hearty Invitation to All. W. HALL & CO., _ Funeral Directors, Lower Hutt.. Tel. 62-640 and 62-...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
Mr. J. Purvis left on Saturday- evening last for the South Island. On reaching Christchurch, he in-' tends motoring through to Otago Central Queenstown .and Dune- din, visiting the several South Island Sanatoriums, including Cashmere and Waipiata. "We regret to state that the Mayoress (Mi-. Blewman) has suf-; fered a relapse from her recent illness and is at present in hos- pital at Melling. On behalf of the general public, the 'Leader' con- veys best wishes for a speedy re- covery.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
THIS WEEK'S FIXTURES. ." A" Grade versus Gear United. "C" Grade versus Trafalgar Park. " E " Grade versus" Petone Hibs.
"A " Grade.—Allen, Danby, Falloon, Francis, Keeble, Mc- Carthy, McKay, Murray, Welling- ton, Wilkinson, D. Wilson. "C" • Grade.—Beech, Baillie, Coley, Harrington, Kurth, Mars- den, Newport, Scott, Warner, Williams, J. Wilson. Reserves: "Lorigan, Rendle, Purvis, Golding. "E" Grade.—Anderson, Ash- ford, B. Comeskey, G. Comeskey, Connolly, Franz, Gibbons, Good- win, H(oey, Severn, v Hayden. Re- serves : Wale, Walker.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
I 8 P.M, FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 P.M. I | Popular Price Night ! | Thrilling Double Feature Programme. j | (1) "Hopalong Cassidy" and ' 'Windy* ' I are here again - ] SUNSET TRAIL § Starring , 5 | William Boyd George Hayes Russell Hayden | 8 Matching bullet for bullet —trick for triek —Hopa- | % long takes on his toughest assignment against dcs- J | perate Outlaws—Another roaring round-up of "Cas- | | sidy" thrills — Another roaring riot of"Windy*' * | g laughter. | | Approved for Universal Exhibition. | | (2) Thrilling — Tense — Dramatic | I DISBARRED Ig - Starring | § Otto Kruger — Sydney Toler — Gail Patrick ~ | § A picture aimed straight at the crooked lawyers of % | America . ... the men who shield gangsters and thugs 1 —who laugh at the law —A picture exciting as it is 1 entertaining. S Recommended for Adult Audiences. | , SATURDAY | 2 P.M. GIRLS Monster Matinee BOYS 2 P.M. | I (1) "OUR GANG" in "MOTOR ANTICS" | | (2) COLOUR CARTOON | I (3) Exciting Chapter of TIM TYLER'S LUCK | | (4) ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. Metro Goldwyn Mayer presents FRANCHOT TONE FRANCISKA GAAL The Girl Downstairs Fun Fast and Furious—-That's the essence of this entertaining picture. You 11 lauerh till you cry as hilarious scene after scene unfolds and after youVe gone home to bed —you'll start laughing again. Superb Supporting Programme. Recommended for Adult Audiences.
MUM AND DAD.—If it is not yonr boy, its some mother's and father's—j-so Buy a Flag to-mor- row.
ii 'i 1 i"i" ii hi i j assßSsaaasssassasss ii -ii a^— YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY ! CHRISTMAS NUMBERS OF NEW ZEALAND ILLUSTRATED ANNUALS. READY FOiR POSTING. . These splendid Annuals are always appreciated by friends and business acquaintances Overseas. We shall be pleased to address and post them for you if you supply us with the names and addresses to which you wish copies sent. New Zealand Illustrated, the Christmas Number of the "Press" 2/- Tui's Annual 2/- "Auckland Weekly News" Christmas Annual .._.. 2/- Brett's...
PRETTY WEDDING IN HASTINGS. GOODMAN — PEERS. EMPIRE GOWN OF DUCHESS SATIN WORN BY BRIDE. MAID IN SWISS MUSLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
PRETTY WEDDING IN HASTINGS.
GOODMAN — PEERS.
EMPIRE GOWN OF DUCHESS SATIN WORN BY BRIDE.
MAID IN SWISS MUSLIN.
The-SacredtHeart Church, Hast- ings, was of -a pretty- wedding recently,, when Doreen Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Peers, Hastings, was married to Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Goodman, Upper Hutt The Rev, Father A. F. McDon- ald officiated at the ceremony which was performed with Nup- tial Mass and Madame le Lieyre was at the organ and accompan- • ied Mrs. 31 Corrigan 's- solo ' l Aye Maria.' The church was beauti- fully in- pastel shaded flowers by the Sisters of St. Jos- eph: , The bride, who was given, away by' her father,' wore a beautiful • bridal gown of " ivory Duchess satin modelled on. Empire lines with heart-shaped neckline, tight- fitting sleeves; from': the elbows with small buttons from neck to waist and the graceful skirt swept into a. long train. Her lovely tulle veil was appliqued with satin flowers in the corners and...
ROUND —WOON. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
The wedding was solemnised recently , at St. John's Anglican Church, Trentham, oi Muriel Dor- een, second 'daughter of • Mr; and' Mrs. Woon, Trenthainy and- Ser-" geant Edward •William -Round, New Zealand Permanent Staff, Hastings.; The bride, who was escorted hy her father, wore a white satin gown with, a long train. Her tulle veil, which also formed a train, was held in place by white hand- . made satin roses. She carried an arm sheaf of white roses. Miss Ngaire ; Taylor, chief bridesmaid, Miss -Suzanne Woon (sister of the bride) •\wore i ipiiik" >and blue taffeta, withy stiffened net over-
dresses. Their bouquets were to tone. Mr. E. Round and Mr. R. Mar- tin, both of Christychureh, were b£st~ man and groomsman respec- tively, the ushers being Mr. D. Woon and Mr. J. Corin. A reception was held- in the Wayside Cabaret, where the guests were received by the bride's mother, who wore black embroid- ered georgette with black hat and contrasting shoulder ■■■...
UPPER HUTT HORTICULTURALISTS. SOCIETY'S SUCCESSFUL SUMMER, SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
UPPER HUTT HORTICULTURALISTS.
SOCIETY'S SUCCESSFUL SUMMER, SHOW.
Through the energetic abilities of several, local .enthusiasts,... the recently revived.Upper Hutt .Hor- ticultural iSociety held a very suc- cessful Summer Show ((the first for many years), on, Friday afternoon and evening, last: at the Majestic Theatre. The President, Mr. J.. M. Flem- ing, speaking at the official open- ing, stated that, it was about ten years since the -Society last held a show. During the years the Society was functioning, the vari- ous shows - staged, by them were worthy of the district, and. .equal to any in the Wellington-district. The Society had been revived again, continued Mr, Fleming and it was- hoped that: by the time of the next "show, we shall have got over our difilculties and be more, advanced. Mr. Fleming appealed to the general public to link up with the- Society as members, stating by doing so they would be assisting in helping to beautify the district. The Mayor (Mr. J....
FLAG DAY FOR UPPER HUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
FLAG DAY FOR UPPER HUTT.
On r Friday evening last, the Mayor,;" Mr. J. Blewman, called a meeting of the various organisa- tions- in, the district to go into the matter of a Flag Day. His Worship explained, that he had received correspondence from the Central Committee to. see if his : district would" be willing to assist in a Flag Day, the funds of which would go into a central pool for Xmas Cheer for the soldiers. : Asked exactly what the busi- ness was, Mr. Blewman said; they wanted' to set up a Comurittee who would. sell flags. ' several ladies had offered their help. y,-^- Mr. Price: I am more in fav- our of providing Xmas Cheer .for the old ,age people at this stage, . as our soldiers will be catered; for by the-Government. CbunciUdr Purvis stated that ; there would be very few soldiers in Camp at Xmas and did not quite see the idea of Xnias Cheer for them.: - , Councillor Greig: During the last war the local people donated something- towards the soldier's Xmas dinner eac...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 14 December 1939
READERS DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING LOCALLY
THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. LTD. ' WHOLESALE DEALERS & "\ CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and' Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044.
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT.
THURSDAY/ DECEMBER 14th, .1939.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.;"
NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS. UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 14 December 1939
NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS.
UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE.
The depot of the Red Cross So- ciety will be closed over the holi- day period from Tuesday, 19th December to Friday, January sth and, anyone requiring material to make up, call for a supply before A Garden Fete in aid of the funds of the Sub-Centre has been arranged for Saturday, February- J7th at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kemp, Royal Street, the closing day.
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 14 December 1939
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the Listener).
THAT Councillor ' G-reig cer- tainly upset Councillor Rendle's equilibrium at the last Council meeting".' THAT he objected to the schoolmaster using that old adage of his about being more intelli- gent than the others. THAT the time will come when someone will certainly take up that challenge. THAT the Mayor and two of his Councillors acted the part of Sir Galahads on Friday . night last. THAT the Flag Day in the district was very satisfactory, one lady seller being outstanding 1 . --- THAT we understood very few people turned them down. THAT one person, however, when approached, stated that she . wanted "home comforts" for herself. t THAT such persons (which by the way are few) evidently do not realise these boys are giving up everything for our sakes. THAT Councillor Greig is pretty smart on the up-take, as was shown at the Council meeting last week. ( , THAT when Committee reports were under discussion, one report was type...
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 14 December 1939
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The meeting of the above Insti- tute was held on Wednesday of last week, Mrs. Hopkirk presiding over a" good attendance. - /Miss -Stace -gave a very, interest- ing demonstration on covering . Floral Boxes and was accorded a hearty vote of thanks. An % exhibition of handicraft made by members during the year was on display and greatly admir- ed. Winners of competitions were Mrs. Wale, Lucky Number; Mrs. Ross, Best Article, costing not - more than 1/-; Mrs. Anderson, Best Flower. Afternoon tea was served by hostesses, Mesdanies Hopkirk, Hamilton, Gorrie, Griffiths, and Jackson. The meeting decided that the December meeting take the form of a Xmas Party at the Salvation Army Retreat on December 13th.
UPPER HUTT SCHOOL DANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 14 December 1939
UPPER HUTT SCHOOL DANCES.
The Upper'Hutt School dances still maintain their popularity as was,, witnessed on .Saturday even- ing last. Old-time and modern dances were the order of the evening which went with a swing under the guidance of the Palm Orchestra. Monte Carlos were won by Mr. and x Mrs. Cheshire, also Mr. Neighbours and partner. The novel feature of the even- ing was the Gay Gordons,; when the dancers at the request of the orchestra joined in the singing of the various popular songs as the dance went oh. Next week-end the Committee has yet another surprise for their patrons and dancers are again assured of a good evening.
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 14 December 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
At the December meeting of the above Institute, 'Mrs. Rogers read the half-yearly report of the Hutt Valley Federation, At the conclusion of the report, the speaker was presented with a dainty posy. ; Competitions for the month re- sulted in the following' securing awards: General, Mrs. Gorrie, 1, Mrs. DEws, 2; .Cookery, Mrs. Gorrie, 1, Mrs. MeGonigal, 2; Best Flower, Miss Taylor. The rest of the afternoon was spent in a social manner, the Com- mittee entertaining the members at a Christmas party. Mrs. Rogers spoke a few words of appreciation of the work of the Committee, Mrs. Spencer, the President replying. Mrs. Rogers then presented Mesdames Spenc- er, Hy slop • and Houtley with beautiful posies. Games, competitions and danc- ing l were enjoyed, Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. K. Douglas contributed songs, also the 'Misses Valeric Russell and Leone Lynch pre- sented a pianoforte duet. A delicious home-made after- noon tea was served by the Com- mittee.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 14 December 1939
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BLTCHJEIiS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE 13JEST. X Phone 358. Daily .Deliveries. ■feVVAN BRAxND" Cooked Ham., Luncheon, Brawn, Bacism, etc., kept in latest Shei- vador Refrigerator. D. CLYDE MAIN ROAD 'Phone 134 M. We Deliver. —— * PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer .in Stock. FIRST. CLASS DINING ROOM. UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R. C. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main Road. upper hutt; Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Coal. The best in firewood requirements. W. HALL & CO. Funeral -Directors LOWER HUTT. Tels.: 62-640 and 62-740. " MRS. P. ROBERTSON, Upper Hutt Representative. 'Phone 20. WELL Established Life Insur- ance Office requires live man for Upper Hutt District. Apply Box 1026, Wellington.
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