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The Pharmacy Hall was gaily decorated with coloured festoons and shaded lights recently when over 200 guests attended the dance given by Mr. Bert Steel's Melody Makers' Orchestra; The excellent programme' included' several original and novel dances. The "Lucky Pish Monte Carlo" created much mirth, the winners of the "crab" section numbering some twenty dancers, being each presented with a large chocolate fish. .- : . . , _ .. The hosts had made a special feature of the supper, the tables being beautifully decorated Whir choice-spring flowers. Messrs. W. Areus and T. Reynolds assisted iv carving-, out the entertainment. ....._;. / - Among those rhesent were: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Arcu's, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Russell, Mr; and Mrs. H. i\ Arrowsmith, Mr. and Mrs. Steel, Mr. and Mrs. ■T. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Nation (Eketahuna), Mr. and Mrs. 1\ M. Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. G. Taplin, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kitto, Mr. and Mrs. Notley, Mr. and Mrs. Sweetapple, Mr. and Mrs. Hennessy, Mr. and Mrs. Aspin, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, and. Mr. and Mrs. Millman; Mesdames C. Grover, A. Kitching, C. Faii-brother, and Misses K. Rhodes, Lamberg, Nation, Jones, Nation, J. Hanson, J. Kitching, Paton, L. Stewart, M. Coniboar, Affleck, Bailey, Harlen, and Webster; Messrs. A. Taplin, Darroeh, Tuckwell,. Hopper, Rabbit, Hill, TJpchurch, C. Jorgensen, Gully, Joseph, Joscphson, A. .Halley, R. Halley, Hutc.hesbn, Dickson, Crockery, Anstice, Bailey, Norris, -Julian,. .M. Miller, and R. McQuirter.

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ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINS, Evening Post, Volume CXVI, Issue 75, 26 September 1933

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ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINS Evening Post, Volume CXVI, Issue 75, 26 September 1933

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