NOTES FROM RAETIHI.
WAIMARINO GOLF CLUB. [in: Tur.Ko ratii. —own corhespoxhent.] RAETIHI. Saturday. Mrs. O. 11. Turner, assistant-teacher ;:t tho Haetihi School, has been appointed sole teacher at the Kimliolton School, near Eeilding. She will take up her new duties after the Easter vacation. The new Druids Hall is nearing completion. and it is proposed to open it on April 23. A grand ball will be held the same evening. The Wairnnrino Golf Club has elected the following officers: —President, Mr. P. Murray; vice-presidents, Messrs. T. A. Plvth and Dr. Felthain; captain, Mr. W. A.' I'enn: secretary and treasurer, Mr. A. J. M indie; commit tee, Messrs. 11. Fulton, E. A. O. Handle, A. J. Ford, A. E. llrwin, F. D. Glasgow, It. Jennings, D. P. Scarfe, and Dr. Cook. Mrs. Murray was elected ladies' captain. The new chili is to take over the assets and liabilities of the Ilaetihi nnd liuapehu Clubs. Mr. Felt ham, previously a life member of the Raetihi Golf Club, was elected a life member of the Waimarino Club. It is possible the new course at Makaranui will bo cleared enough in a few weeks' time for plaving the whole round of 18 holes. "
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NOTES FROM RAETIHI., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIII, Issue 19293, 5 April 1926
NOTES FROM RAETIHI. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIII, Issue 19293, 5 April 1926
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