Rodney and Otamatea Times, Waitemata and Kaipara Gazette , 29 June 1938, Page 4
The Anglican Church concert last Thursday was again a very eujpyable function, though the number attending was smaller than usual. Measles and wintry weather no doubt accounted for this. The programme, however, was an excellent one, thanks chiefly to the presence of Mr Stuart Harvey, the well-known IZB artist. His rendering of "The Floral Dance" was a gem. The other 'performers, however, were also good, viz., Mrs Rees, Miss Hill. Mr Alan Pow, Mr Alan Tyler-Davies and the children, Sheila Ellis, Fiona Thompson, Alison Stubbs, Eobin Scott and Valda Farrant. After the concert very enjoyable dancing was kept up till midr night. Mr and Mrs Blade, Mr Newhich, Mrs Soar, Mr Brott and Mi- Edge kindly provided the music.