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At the monthly meeting of the committee of the Plunket Society, presided over by the president, Mrs. R. P. Towle, Mrs. K. Paulger and Mrs. Bounsell, representatives of the newly-formed sub-branch committee at Blockhouse Bay, Mrs. Roger Bisley, a new member of the committee, and Mrs. W. L. Wyber, who has returned after leave of absence, were welcomed. Mrs. J. R. Morris and Mrs. W. Mac Donald Ford were elected to the committee. Miss H. A. Chapman, in presenting the report of the work carried out from headquarters, said that consulting rooms had been opened in Blockhouse Bay. Miss W. M. Slater, matron, presented the report of the Truby King Karitane Hospital. Representatives of the executive and hospital subcommittees had met the senior trainees at morning tea, when the sewing prizes for the term were awarded to Miss M. Lecky and Miss Z. Bell, the work of Miss G. Rickman being very highly commended, stated the report. A donation of £5 to the hospital funds had been received from the Tauranga branch. During the absence of Dr. T. H. Pettit from Auckland, it was stated that Dr. Basil Quin would be the senior medical officer of the Karitane Hospital and Dr. M. Hercus would be attached to the hospital j staff. I

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NEW OFFICERS WELCOMED, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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NEW OFFICERS WELCOMED Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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