CITY BRANCH'S BIRTHDAY To celebrate the seventh birthday of the city branch of the Happiness Club, a dance was held at the Peter Pan Cabc.ret last night. The director of the club, Miss Joan Sutherland, and visiting presidents of sister branches, both in Auckland and from as far afield as Whangarei, were present. Mrs. J. Pearson, president of the city branch, said that the branch had had a most successful 3'ear and the total financial figure was the highest ever recorded.' Proceeds from all functions went towards servicemen's parcels and city charities, she said. It was stated that the winning queen in the queen carnival at present in progress to raise funds would be announced at a fair to be held bv the Happiness Club in the Town "Hall this month. Mrs. B. Campbell, city branch queen, as well as representative queens from other branches, were present. ' On behalf of the executive and members, Mrs. Pearson and Miss Sutherland were presented 'with gifts and other presentations were also made. A feature of the dance was a waltzing contest, judged by Mrs. , Lois McConnell.
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HAPPINESS CLUB, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945
HAPPINESS CLUB Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945
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