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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
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WALLACEVILLE'S WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
WALLACEVILLE'S WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The Wallaceville Women's In- stitute held their fourth Birthday Party on Thursday evening, 27th April. A very large number of members and- friends, also visitors from Sister Institutes were pres- ent, y An excellent programme was provided by the following artists: Upper Hutt Men's Quartette, Wal- laceville Women's Institute Choir with Mrs. Wallis, pianist as leader; pianoforte duets by. Miss- es Gorrie and Keys, and Misses Lynch and Russell; a tap dance by Miss W. Henry; solos by Messrs. Clyde, ' Chapman and Jackson. . A presentation was made ,dur-: ihg the- evening to Mrs. White, the retiring Secretary after four years service. The President, Mrs: Hopkirk, after a few words, asked. Mrs. Denovan, the new Secretary, to present to on be- half of the. members with a cry-, stal vase. Mrs. W. Robinson was popular with her dance,* music. Competitions and a very good supper including " the birthday cake made by Mrs. Gorrie, a mem- ber, and iced by Mr...
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The meeting-of the Upper Hutt Women's Institute which was held on May 2nd, was a very en- joyable one. Mrs. Spencer, President, occupied the Chair. Mrs. Galey read an interesting and detailed meeting of the half- yearly meeting of the Hutt Val-' ley Federation of .Women's In- stitutes which she attended as a delegate. A musical treat was responsible for a great 'deal of the enjoyment of the afternoon. This was a lecture on the life and works of Schubert by. Mrs. Tomlin, who il- lustrated her remarks with sec- tions from some of the great com- poser 's famous works. It was a most appreciative audience a,nd Mrs. Tomlin was .heartily ap- plauded and presented with a bouquet. *. . The competitions for the month resulted as follows:-— Scones: Mrs. Morley 1; Mrs. H Williams 2; Collar and Cuffs: Mrs. D.Ews; Thrift article: Mrs. Williams. - A dainty afternoon tea was served by the hostesses and the meeting ended with the singing of the National Anthem. .<...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
..Attention of readers is drawn to the notice published last week calling a meeting of everyone in- terested in the re-formation of the Upper Hutt and Valley Hor- ticulture Society.. The activities of • the Society ;have .been y prevented owing to the difficulty of obtaining a suitable hall in ,which to hold 'the show." 1 It is thought this difficulty may be overcome, and it is hoped to carry on again, ".
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
QUEEN CARNIVAL CONTEST MAJESTIC THEATRE, 'TO-NIGHT (Thursday). Wonderful Variety Entertainment Vocal, Tap Dancing and Instrumental. WELLINGTON, LOWER HUTT AND LOCAL. ARTISTS. THE UPPER HUTT MUNICIPAL BAND WILL PLAY OUTSEDE THE HALL. PROG RAMME ~ ■ ' PART I. • 11. Billy Moore Tenor Horn S«lo. 1. Quartette by Members of the «,™,,„,,.. Band. • INTERVAL. . 2. Jean Rimmer Song. PART H. 3./ Mrs McGrath's. Pupils, .1. McNamara's Band (Lower Hutt). Tap Dancing. 2. Mrs. Potter (Lower Hutt) ;4. Mr. Gordon Morley Song. Song. 5. Leone Lyach and Valeric 3. Misses Gorrie and Keys Russell Pianoforte Duet. Piano Duet. 6. Miss Whittingham Song. 4. Mrs Bradley (Women's Organisa- 7. Mr F. Jackson Song. tion Queen) Song. 8. Bob McCrea Tap Dance. 5. Mrs; MeGrath Solo Tap Dance. 9. Miss Taylor (Lower Hutt) Song. 6. Kevin Cropp, • Song 10. U.H. Male Voice Choir 7. Peggy Milne (Lower Hutt) (Conducted by Mr A. R. Jones) . Song. Bracket of Numbers. NATIONAL ANTHEM. CIRCLE, 1/6, STALLS, 1/-. CHILDREN 6d. DON'...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
DIGGERS! YOUR NIGHT TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) Annual Meeting IN THE CLUB ROOMS AT 8 P.M. MAKE A POINT OF BEING PRESENT. BUSINESS: Annual Report and Balance Sheet; Election ■of Officers. F.FvHERCOCK ' Telephone 66. Telephone 66. Small Tins Tomato Soup, 7d. Large Tins Tomato Soup, 1/-. Small Packets Soup, 3d. Large Packets Soup, sd. . 5 Tins Sardines, 1/-. Dried Apricots, Bd. lb. £ Tins Pink Salmon, Bd. Large Tins Pineapple, Bd. 2001b. Sks; Pollard, 17/6. ' x - GOODS DELIVERED. W. S. GILLBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM. Phone 65 upper hutt ST. JOHN'S LADIES' GUILD. ANNUAL MEETING, May 18th, 2 p.m., at St. John's School Room, Trentham. All members and intend- ing members invited,
VICE-PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
UPPER HUTT BRANCH WELLINGTON R.S.A.
PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT.
TO BE PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING, FRIDAY, MAY 12th, 1939, AT 8 P.M.
Gentlemen, Once again we are able to report a most successful year. More inter- est has been given our work in the District, which in the Executive's opinion promises well for the future.
We, the Executive, are very pleas- ed to report an increase in members for the past year. Fuli membership • reaching a total'of 80. This is very encouraging, "and we fee! there is no reason to doubt a further increase for the coming year, reaching , the grand total of 100.
ROSE AND POPPY DAYS.
The Branch's thanks must go to the Ladies' Committee for their out- standing work on these two day's. Both efforts'showed an increase, on last year's figures. ••
Good work has been carried out by this; Committee. and many Ex- Servicemen have -enjoyed a helping hand ov...
LATEST BULLETIN OF HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
LATEST BULLETIN OF HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR.
We are pleased to state that the latest bulletin received this rhorn- ning (Thursday), on the condition of Mr. P. Robertson, Mayor of Upper Hutt, is that' there is a slight im- provement in his condition. .• ' For, several days, Mr. Robertson has been in a very serious condition, and the people of Upper Hutt will, no doubt, be pleased to know that. this improvement is- reported..
VARIETY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
Readers' are reminded that the Concert being held this evening (Thursday) at the Majestic Theatre is .in aid of the Hutt Valley Centennial Queen Carnival '('Women's Organisation). -Mrs. Bradley, the representa tive's Queen is well-known in the district and is a direct descend- ant of a pioneer' family. In addition to supporting the local Queen, patrons are assured of a good evening' enjoyment,
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
■:R^:^;H.yAskew. x -y' UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD ' ALL COAL SCREENED Main ltd. Phone 37 S. COAL ETC. DRY WOOD per cwt. xargb SACES PACKED FULL. ■ . . s. d. ■'■; HUNTLY HOUSE- . .' , • per sack (large x?oal) ...... 4 2 KINDLING .. y 26 HUNTLY KITCHEN BIRCH .; 2 3 (sniall coal) .....; 311 MATAI : 3 O ..." • RATA • ' -3 O WESTPORT 4 2 .MANUKA .30 MLXJbXD COAL 4 2 FENCING POSTS NEWCASTLE 4 6 STRAINERS. SLACK ■. . 8 O * * T *■ Prices for Cord Lots- CARBONKTTES .... 6 © on Application. COKE, smaU bag ........ 2 © _________ COKE, large sack ! ...... . 3 6 DELIVERIES TO Usual Discounts for J ton lots ALL PARTS OF THE or over. DISTRICT. HUNTLY KITCHEN COAL — 3/11 cwt. Dry Kindling Wood Easily Split
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER ROGATION SUNDAY. Trentham: 8 a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar). Upper Hutt: 11 a.m.. Litany and HC.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Avery). '. Silverstream: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Snell). * . ' > Akatarawa,: 7 p.m., Evensong, Mr. Finlay). .'■ - Thursday (18th) ■=—Ascension Day . Trentham: 7 p.m., H.C. Upper Hutt: 10.30 a.m., H.C. . —Rev N: E. WINHALL, Vicar. METHODIST CHURCH. ' \ MOTHER'S DAY. Special Services 11.0 a.m., 2.30 p.m. and 7.0 p.m. Members of the League of Moth- ers will attend, the evening ser- vice' Preacher:' Sister Edith Beer. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev, J. C. McCaw. Silverstream: 7 p.m., Mr!-;A, Ivojy Trentham: 7 p t m., Mr. F. E. Chappell. Special Mother's Day Ser.vice in St, David's Church at 2.30 ■. p.m. on 14th May. All heartily welqome. Collection in aid of Presbyterian Orphanages. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, MAY 14th. . 2.30 p.m.: Sunday School; 7. p.m.: Gospel Meeting/...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday, May 11th.- A Paramount Double Feature Programme. WILLIAM BOYD (Hopalong Cassidy) : "IN OLD MEXICO" and MARY CARLICLE '.IN' ' "ILLEGAL TRAFFIC" A Programme of Thrills. (Universal Exhibition.), . Saturday, May 13th. Rudy Vallee, Rosemary Lane and Hugh Herbert " IN • •/ "GOLD DIGGERS IN PARIS" with Allen Jenkins, Gloria; Dickson, V Mabel Todd, Fritz Feld and Melville Cooper. Just a few lines from Gay Paree but what lines. (Universal Exhibition.) Tuesday, May 16th. Francis Lederer and Frances Drake • usr ' : ..■"'■•■ ' "THE LONE WOLF IN PARIS" A gay Continental Mystery Comedy with Leone Maricle, and Walter Kingsford. (Universal. Exhibition.) N.Z. LABOUR PARTY. SILVEFtSTREAM BRANCH. GRAND DANCE. to be held at SILVERSTREAM HALL on WEDNESDAY, 17th MAY. *:'■■ Subs. 1/6. ' Bus leaves Upper Hutt P.O. 8 p.m. ST. : HILDAS GUILD TUESDAY, MAY 16th, 2.30 pah.. KITCHEN BRINGS AND BUY. AFTERNOON TEA, 6d.
WARRIORS JUNIOR 4— PETONE 0. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
WARRIORS JUNIOR 4— PETONE 0.
At Hutt Park oh Saturday last the. above team met and defeated Petone by four goals to nil. The play throughout the ' game was much to be admired and the team is to be congratulated on its meritorious win. Several new players turned out for the-team and by, their, play on Saturday it seems assured that. Club's prestige'will again be; high this season. . - ■•"","■ .
UPPER HUTT LADIES' HOCKEY. SENIOR B. TECHNICAL OLD GIRLS 6, v. UPPER HUTT 1. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 May 1939
UPPER HUTT LADIES' HOCKEY.
SENIOR B. TECHNICAL OLD GIRLS 6, v. UPPER HI7TT 1.
In a very fast and even match at Wellington last Saturday the local girls were Jo eaten by' better • combination and faster players.' The score is no indication of the trend of play, as, the majority of the Technical goals, were scored by good clearances when Upper., Hutt were attacking; the Tech- nical .forwards, 'being exceptional- ly fast, had run from one end of the field to the other, before the Upper Hutt defence had time to . cover up. The half-time score was 2 —l, Miss Marshall having netted for Upper Hutt.- ';.-■' .-',' --''':-.'.";