Show Boat (1956) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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HUDDERSFIELD AND DISTRICT AMATEUR LSGHT SOCIETY

Affiliated to the Operatic and Dramatic

National Association

35th Production

“SHOW BOAT”

(By arrangement with Chappell Ltd.)

A PLAY . IN: TWO. ACIS

Book and Lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN 2nd...

Music by JEROME KERN, Theatre Royal, Huddersfield, Monday, January 30th to Saturday, February 4th, 1956,

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Saturday Matinee, February 4th, at 2-15 p.m.

Production by R. D?’ARCY RICHARDS (London)

Hon. Musical Director HARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.O.,

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Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society.

President : STEPHEN D. LISTER, Esq.

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Hon. Stage Manager : CYRIL WARE

Hon. Musical Director :

HARRY GLEDHILL, AR.CO0., L704.

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“Show Boat’’ is Mr. Richard’s fifth successive production for the Light Opera Society. We are pleased to have him with

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confidence for the success of “Show Boat,”’

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List of Officers. President STEPHEN fiat Esq.

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Hon. General Manager : STEPHEN D. LISTER. Hon. Secretary : GEORGE R. HEy. Hon. Treasurer : HUBERT DYSON. Hon. Stage Manager : CyRIL WARE. Hon. Musical Director : HARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.O., L.T.C.L. Hon. Assistant Secretary: A. H. TOWNEND. Hon. Assistant Treasurer : NORMAN Moore. Hon. Property Mistress: Mrs. M. E. SENIOR. Hon. Publicity Manager: G. WHEATLEY DYSON. Hon. Accompanist : ANNIE SMITH. Hon. Dancing Mistress : MARIE HABRON. Hon. Registrar and Librarian : H1iRAM CARTWRIGHT. Hon. Solicitor : STEPHEN D. LISTER. Hon. Physician: Dr. C. E. MITCHELL.

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Musical Programme.

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AGT I. OPENMING--{a) COLOWVRED CHORUS noc “ Cotton Blossom ”’ (6) CAPTAIN ANDY’S ENTRANCE AND. BALLY-HOO. le). SOONG: (Rawenat). oii das. ‘‘ Where’s the Mate for Me” { dud: 5 cca a ‘““ Make-Believe ”’ SONG. (fee and Wit is. "OF Man. River OT ioe ttt he lenin see COT NR iain ‘“ Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man ”’ OO a ters actos es oat peep SITING ‘‘ Life on the Wicked Stage ” SONG (Ravenal and Men) ‘‘ Till Good Luck Comes my Way ” CO i asin de rents oe OPENING—SCENE V __ itl ces ae cae med DUED thie: and Frank) .......... 2 Met Mall ack on CHIE) asic tian CO pe einem os Gee eee aii ashen Cree ey Gnd MagnOH) foi Yon are Lieve’ OPEN Nie SCENE VILI AND FINALE ACT a ce ee re ain ACT II. PRELUDE AND OPENING—(a) AT. THE FAIR [b) PATIMA'S () ON PARADE 2c () PATIMA’S SECOND DANCE icin WEY Dot Love: Fou” TER ae 7 GAS CED CS Gh e seein ieee mornin onal ERD “Dahomey ”’ ii ie ck ee [ll] AND SONG {Julie} oo Baal © FRR I) ian aac “Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man ”’ DUET (Frank and Ellie) ........ “ How'd You Like to Spoon With Me ?”’ TVs) CAPT A ANDY iid eae ean CD) 5c ct ROUGE), ‘ After the Ball ’”’ MUN Oe ioe ae “OF Man. Kiver SCENE: ViI--REPRIGEH “ Youvare Love” SCENE Vila) REPRISE eo... “Cotton Blossom ”’. _(b) SONG (Kim and Chorus).......... “Dance Away the Night ”’

TE a cat aad pays arses mena bgt nes

Hon. Musical Director and Chorus Master : HARRY GLEDHILL: ARC.O.,

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The Huddersfield and District

Amateur Light Opera Society PRESENT

“SHOW BOAT”

(By arrangement with Chappell & Co. Ltd.) THE CAST (In order of appearance) :

Wit a ee GORDON PIKE RW ye ela a a Ak ee JACK LIVERSIDGE ee ee VICTOR COCKING bie Bi enol AV Ad EDITH MOORHOUSE Ann’ Hawke 2 ld CONSTANCE M. HOLMES Andy ™ ........ Le ace aot Maida ERIC WALKER ie ee el oo DOREEN FRANCE Si eg ee Pa NORMAN MOORE Dare ee eee HIRAM CARTWRIGHT Na eg ee JESSIE MARTINDALE ne NORMAN ROYSTON Vit ee Oe oe os EDGAR WOFFENDEN PU a lien ear be cee BERYL P. ELLAM a ae ae ARTHUR TURTON Backwoodsmen LESLIE SUNDERLAND ee GEO. W: CUNNINGTON {nnn EDGAR WOFFENDEN ee acc DOUGLAS BEVERLEY... I ee ee J. LEONARD FISHER 1 ee PO ck ee a MAUREEN LIVESEY in tego JEAN M. ARMITAGE Pet ee on pe ance SHIRLEY M. DRAKE Ta ae a GEOFFREY S. WARE Oe LEONARD KITCHING OR a LESLIE SUNDERLAND PG i a JILL FURNESS Rin os ee BRENDA TARPEY

WHITE CHORUS :

Ladies :—JOAN BRooK, LesLEY M. Dawson, SHEILA C. DAWSON, MariE R. DoONALDSON, SHIRLEY M. DRakE, ANN FAIRBURN, Mary Firtu, JILL FuRNESS, PHYLLIS B. SUNDERLAND, BRENDA TARPEY, AUDREY WEATHERHEAD.

Gentlemen :—DouGcitas BEVERLEY, G. DERRICK BootH, TERENCE BREARLEY, LESLIE CLARKE, VICTOR COCKING, JOHN B. DANFORD, J. Lzonarp FisHerR, L. ADRIAN GLEDHILL, FRANK Lamp, ARTHUR J. Monpay, GORDON PIKE, LESLIE SUNDERLAND,

EDGAR WOFFENDEN.

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Ladies :—Joan C. BATHER, JEAN M. GINTy, JEANNE HAywoop, BRENDA HELLAWELL, Mary KINLOCH, MAUREEN LIVESEY, JOYCE MELIA, PATRICIA THOMPSON.

WHITE DANCERS :

COLOURED CHORUS :

Ladies :— JEAN M. ARMITAGE, PAMELA BUTTERWORTH, Monica G. M. Cook,

E. Joy JEAN JACKSON, THERESA A. LEWTHWAITE, BARBARA STANLEY, JUDITH THORNTON.

I Gentlemen :—Royv Bates, GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON, G. HILDRED

Gizpuni,. Guorrriy. N.. Sykes, Srantev. fF. TAYLOR, KENNETH H. WARE.

COLOURED DANCERS :

Ladies :—JANET BaRR, JEAN CaTTON, KATHERINE M. CLARKE,

MARGARET GANNON, NORMA GLOVER, JOAN HELLAWELL, JEAN MAKIN, MAUREEN SHEARD.

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES :— I ACT I. In the Eighteen-Eighties.

ScENE 1. The Levee at Natchez on the Mississippi, in the late Eighteen-Eighties. ; SCENE 2. Kitchen Pantry of the ‘“‘ Cotton Blossom.”’ MHalf-hour Later. ScENE 3. Outside a Waterfront Gambling Saloon. Simultaneous with scene 2. ScENE 4. Auditorium and Stage of the ‘‘ Cotton One Hour ScENE 5. Box-Office on Foredeck of the ‘‘ Cotton Blossom.’’ Three Weeks Later. : ScENE 6. Auditorium and Stage of the “‘ Cotton Blossom ’’ during the Third Act of ‘‘ The Parson’s Bride.’’ That Evening. 7. The Top Deck of the ‘“ Cotton Blossom.’’ Later that Night. ScENE 8. The Levee. Next Morning. AGT. ii, 1893—1927. Scene 1. A Midway Plaisance, Chicago World’s Fair, 1893. ScENE 2. A Room on Ontario Street, 1904. ScENE 3. Rehearsal Room of the Trocadero Music Hall, about 5 p.m. ScENE 4. Trocadero Music Hall, New Year’s Eve, 1904. 11-30 p.m. ScENE 5. In Front of the Office of ‘“‘ The Natchez Evening Mail,” 1927. ScENE 6. Top Deck of the New “Cotton Blossom,” 1927. SCENE 7. Levee at Natchez, The Next Night. The Production staged by R. D’ARCY RICHARDS (London). Hon Musical Director: HARRY GLEDHIEILL, A.K.C.0O., E.T.C.L.

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‘Show Boat ”

The Story of the Play.

“QHOW BOAT,” which was produced under the direction of Sir Alfred Butt, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on 3rd May, 1928, takes us “ to the land of the free, where the mighty Missouri flows down to the sea,’’ only in this instance we are mainly negotiating the Mississippi, between New Orleans and its juncture with the Ohio. On this vast stretch of water there plied a type of vessel known as a “ Show Boat,” which was a travelling theatre and supplied the sparsely populated towns and villages with their variety and theatrical entertainment.

The show boat with which we are concerned is the ‘‘ Cotton Blossom,”’ owned by Captain Andy Hawks, who is mated to a bit of a shrew, Parthemia Ann, better known as Parthy; they have an only daughter, Magnolia, with whose adventures the story is mainly concerned. Magnolia has fallen in love with the “‘ leading man,’’ Gaylord Ravenal, who joined the company when his fortunes as a professional gambler were at a low ebb and on whose name there rests the stigma of having killed a man, albeit it is made clear that it was only

a question who got in the first shot.

Among the company are Ellie and Frank, the comedians, and Julie and Steve, who play the romantic roles. Considerable dramatic interest is attached to the latter pair, inasmuch as at one of the stopping places there comes on board the Sheriff, with the intention of arresting Steve and Julie on a charge of miscegenation, that is, the mingling of black and white blood, serious offence in those days. Steve gallantly evades the Sheriff’s authority by cutting his wife’s finger and applying his lips to the wound, being thus able to swear on oath that he has black blood in him. It is a dramatic scene, one of the

strongest in the play.

Steve and Julie being obliged to quit the company—the blood question having made their presence intolerable to the other players—-Captain Andy has ~ to look out for a new leading man and leading lady ; he finds the latter in his daughter Magnolia, and the leading man in the person of Gaylord Ravenal. A performance of the play ‘“‘ The Parson’s Bride,’’ is given on the stage of the “Cotton Blossom,” but the curtain has to be rung down very hurriedly through a member of the audience showing in no uncertain manner his disapproval of the handling of the heroine by the villain. Captain Andy proves his showman- ship, and saves the situation, by ringing up the curtain and playing all the parts himself.

To the great disgust of Parthy, Magnolia and Ravenal are married, and there is born unto them a little lady who is named Kim—a name made up the first letters of three states, Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri, she being born in one or the other, or all three of those states.

The gambler, Ravenal, in time deserts Magnolia, and having left the “Cotton Blossom,’’ Magnolia once again tries the stage in Chicago, but this time as a singer of nigger songs. She scores a big success and is able to give Kim a good education. In due course Kim becomes a successful actress. Old Captain Andy modernises his Show Boat, and to make a happy ending to the story, he effects a reunion between Magnolia and her reformed husband,

Ravenal.

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Mrs. J. Abbey Mr. & Mrs. Frank Ackroyd Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Addv Mrs. A. Affleck Mr. & Mrs. A. S. Ainley Mr. Donald G. Ainley Mr. G. S. Ainley Mr, & Mrs. R. Ainlcy Mr. C. Airey Mrs. R. Allinson I Mrs. M. Ambler Mr. A. Archbell Mr. A. Armitage Mr. Bell Armitage Miss B. Armitage Mr. Frank Armitage Miss G. Armitage Miss J. Armitage Mr. John Armitage Mr. Thomas Armitage Mr. & Mrs. H. Asher Mrs. B. Aspinall Miss M. Atha

Miss F. A. Baddeley

Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Bailey Miss L. Bailey

Mrs. R. Bailey

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Balderstone I

Mr. & Mrs. H. Balderstone Mr. & Mrs. Jack Balderstone Mr. & Mrs. P. H. Balderstone Mr. W. M. Balmforth Mr. & Mrs. H. Bamforth Mr. & Mrs. R. W. Bamforth Mr, J. Bangham Mr. P. Bangham Miss B. Banks Mrs. F. G. Barber Mr. & Mrs. J. Barber Mr, H. P. Barden Mr. Stanley R. Barden Mrs. W. Barker Miss Janet Barr Mr, & Mrs. H. E. S. Barton Mr, J. H. Batley Mr. & Mrs. Hayden Battye Mr, & Mrs. Stephen Battye Mr, Frank Beardsell Mr, A. Beattie Mr. & Mrs. H. Beaumont Mrs. J. Beaumont Mr. & Mrs. N. Beaumont Mrs. N. Beaumont Mr. H.: Beever Mr, J. Wood Beever Mrs. H. Beevers Mrs. E. Bell Miss B. Bennett Miss D. M. Benton Mrs. E. Berry Mrs. F. H. Berry Mr. & Mrs. Philip Berry Counc. J. F. Best Mr, & Mrs. J. Beswick Mr. D. Beverley Mr. & Mrs. A. Bingham Miss Barbara Binns Mr. & Mrs. F. Binns Mr, H, Binns .

Mr. R. Blackburn Mr. G. H. Blakelev Mr. L. Bleasdale Mrs. Bond Mrs. A. Boocock Mrs. B. Booth Mr. Eric Booth Mr. & Mrs. F. Booth Mr. & Mrs. G. D. Booth Mr. Maurice Booth Miss M. Booth Mrs. L. Booth Mr. L. Booth Miss E. Boothroyd Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Boothroyd

Mr. & Mrs. John Boothroyd Miss W. Boothrovd

Mrs. F. Boustead Mr. S. Bowman Mr. H. Bradshaw Mr. Harry Bradshaw Mr. & Mrs. W. P. Bray Mr. Terence Brearley Miss F. Brian Mr. C. H. Brierley Mr. N. L. Brierley Mrs. M. L. Brierley Mrs. V. Broadbent Mr. W. Broadhurst Mrs. A. Brook Mrs. C. W. Brook Mrs. E. Brook Mrs. E. A. Brook Mrs. G. M. Brook Mrs. K. Brook Mr. & Mrs. H. Brook Counc. H. F. Brook Miss H. S. Brook Counc. J. L. Brook Mr. & Mrs. K. Brooke Mrs. M. Brook Mr. N. Brook Mr. & Mrs. T. F. Brook Mrs. W. Brook Miss W. Brook Mrs. B. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Brown Mr. J. Brown Dr. & Mrs. D. K. Bruce Mr. & Mrs. Jack Buckley Mrs. E. Buckley Mrs. M. Bulmer Mr. A. Burgess Mrs. Burns Mr. G. Burton Miss P. Butterworth

Mr. & Mrs. L. Carroll Miss A. Carter Mr. & Mrs. H. Cartwright Mrs. H. Catton Mrs. Chambers Mr. T, Champion Mr. & Mrs. L. M. Chapman Mrs. E. M. Chappell Mrs. D. Clark Mrs. M. J. Clarke Mr. & Mrs. L. Clarke Mrs. J. Clayton Mrs. M. L. Clayton

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Mr. N. Cleal Mrs. G. Clegg Mrs. E, Clough Mrs. F. Clough Mr. C. Cluderay Mr. & Mrs. V. Cocking Mrs. J. Cockhill Mr. E. Coldwell Mr,. & Mrs, 1. Hi. Gook Mrs. T. H. Cook Mrs. E. M. Cooper Mrs. H. Cooper Mrs. C, Cooper Mrs. J. W. Copley Mr. W. T. Couldwell Mr. & Mrs. F. Cousen Mrs. G. W. Cowley Miss M. R. Crabtree Mr. S. Craven — Mrs. S. A. Crawshaw Dr. G. Crompton Mr. & Mrs. Fred Crosland Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Crowther Mr. & Mrs. H. Crowther Mrs. J. Crowther Mr. & Mrs. Norman Crowther Mr. & Mrs. Phiiip Crowther Mr. & Mrs. S. L. Cryer Mr. G. W. Cunnington Mrs. M. Curnick

Mr. John Danford Mr. G. D. Davies Mr. F. E. Dawson Mrs. H. Dawson Miss L. M. Dawson Alderman N. Day Miss E. Denton Mr. & Mrs. G. Dimmer Mrs. H. Dobby Miss M. R. Donaldson Mrs. E. W. Doyle Mr. Chas. Drake Mr. & Mrs. Harry Drake Mr, N. Mr. A. Dransfield Mr. C. N. Dransfield Mr. S. T. Dransfield Mr. W. Drinkwater Mrs. W. H. Driscoll Miss F. Dunne Mr. Arthur B, Dyson Miss E. H. Dyson Mr. F. A. Dyson Mr. Fred Dyson Mr. G. Wheatley Dyson Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Dyson Mr, & Mrs. V. Dyson Mr. W. Dyson

Mrs. G. V. M. Earles Mrs. L. Early Miss A. Eastwood Mrs. F. Eastwood Mrs. F. Eastwood Mr. H. Eastwood Mrs. Edmondson. — Mr. Frank Edwards Dr, & Mrs. T, H. Edwards Miss B, Patricia Ellam

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Rev. C. T. D. Ellam Miss N. Ellis Counc. A. England Mr. E. Evans Miss E. Evans Mr. & Mrs. H. T. Evans

Mr. & ‘Mrs. A. P: Fielding Mrs. B. O. Fielding Mr. & Mrs. E. E. Fieldhouse Counc. F. W. Fielding Mrs. Clara Firth Mrs. D. Firth Counc. Harold Firth Mr. Luther Firth Mr. & Mrs. E. Fisher Mr. E. Fisher Mr. J; Fisher Mr. & Mrs. Frank Foster Mr. Jack Fox Miss M. Fox Mr. Thomas B. Fox Mr. & Mrs. Walter Fox Mr. Clement France Madam Doreen France ‘Mrs. G. . France Mr. A. Fraser Mr. J. H. Freer Mrs. D. Fry Mr. & Mrs. N. Fuller

Mrs. G. Gabr:2lli Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred. Galloway Mrs. I. Galvin Miss A. Galvin Mr. & Mrs. James Gannon Miss M. Gannon Mrs. M. Garlick Mr. Geo. F. Garner “Mr, & Mrs. Harold Garside Mrs. H. Garside Mrs. C. T. Gaw Mr. & Mrs. R. G. Geach Mr. & Mrs. H. Gee Mrs. H. Gee Miss M, W. Gee Miss S. H. Gee Mr. H. Gibson Mr. Gibson Mr. Gibson Mr. & Mrs. Harry Gledhill Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Gledhill Mrs. J. B. Gledhill Mr. & Mrs. L. A. Gledhill Mrs. L. Gledhill N. Gledhill Miss T. C. Gledhill Mrs. E. Gould i . James Goulder Mr. Eric Graham Mrs. Mona Grahan Mr. & Mrs. Norman Graham Alderman H. A. Bennie Gray Mr. & Mrs. Percy Gray Mrs. A. Green Mr. J. Greenhalgh Mr. F. Greenhow Mrs. M. Greenwood Mr. L. Grundy

Mrs. J. Hadley Mr. Haigh

Mr,. & rs. A. Haigh

Miss Evelyn Haigh Miss EB, Haigh Miss BE. M. Haigh Mrs. F. Haigh Mr. F. Haigh Mr. G. Haigh Mr. Harold H. Haigh Mr. & Mrs. H. Haigh Mr. H. Haigh Mr. James F. Haigh Mrs. K. Haigh Mr. 2. Mall Mr. & Mrs. G. S. Hallas Mrs. L. Hallas Miss E, J. Halliwell Miss A. Halstead Miss Hanson Mr. J. Hanson Mrs, E. F. Hardy Mr RAV. Hardy Mrs. F. Hartley Miss G. E. Hargreaves Miss G. E. Hargreaves Mrs. M. Hartley Miss M. Hartley Mrs, E. Haat Mrs. W. Haworth Miss D. Haynes Mr. G. D. A. Haywood Miss Jeanne Heywood Mrs. F. Heap Mr. F. Heathcote Mr. Frank Heaton Mr. Henry Heaton Miss P. Heaton Mr. & Mrs. G. Hebblethwaite Mr. G. Hebblethwaite (Jnr.) Mr. Irvin Heilawell Mr. Irvin Hellawell (Jnr.) Mrs. E. Helliwell Mrs. E. Henry Miss M. Hepworth Miss D. F. Hey Mr. & Mrs. G. R. H2y Mrs. x Hey Mr. A. Heywood Counc. C. Hickson Miss F. Hinchliffe Mr. & Mrs. Harold Hinchliffe Mr, & Mrs. Jack Hinchliffe Mrs. L. Hinchliffe Mr. & Mrs. R. Hinchcliffe Mr. A. Hinchcliffe Mr. & Hill Mr. & Mrs. Harry Hilton Mrs. A. Hirst Mrs, BE: Fiiese Mr... Fy Mrs. George Hirst Dr. 3. W. tii Mrs. J. Hitst Count. Bak Hast Mrs. RB, A. Hobson Mr. N. Holdsworth Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Holland Mr. Willie Holland Mr: F.. Brian Holmes Mrs. C. M. Holmes Mr. & Mrs. E. Holmes Mr. & Mrs. J. A. K. Hollingworth Mrs. A. Holt Counc. & Mrs. N. Hopkinson Mr. & Mrs. John Hopton Mr, Howard Mrs. G. H. Howarth Mr. John Howarth Mr. E. Howitt Mr. B. Hoyle

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Miss B. Hoyle Mrs. E. Hoyle Mr’ & Mrs. s. D. Hoyle Mr. & Mrs. Geo. A. Hudson Miss B. Hughes Mr. F. G. Hughes Miss M. Hughes Mr Riv A. ee Miss D. Hutchinson Miss P. Hutchinson

Mr. G. Ibberson Mr. & Mrs. F. C. Ineson Mrs. M. Ingham Mr. H. §. K. Inman Miss M. Iredale Mr. & Mrs. H. D. Ireland Capt. 7. H. Jrous

Miss D. Jackson Mr. Edwin Jackson Miss E, Jackson Mrs. E. A. Jackson Mrs. J. Jackson Miss M. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. George Jagger Mr. G. G. Jarmain Miss M. Jay Mrs, A. Jenkinson Mr. Wm. Jennings Mr. & Mrs. Donald Jessop Mr. & Mrs. J. Jessop Mr. F. Johnson Mrs. H. Johnson Mr. W. A. C, Johnson Mr. A. E. Jones Ald. G. B® Jones Mr. H. Jones Mr. R. Joy Mr. & Mrs. F. W. Jury Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Jury

Mr. & Mrs. A. Kaye Mrs, B. Kaye Mrs. FooL: “Kaye Mr. F. Kaye Mrs. G. Kaye Mr, & Mrs..J: E. Kaye Ald. S. Kaye Mrs. M. Kelly Mrs. Kelly Miss E. Kerridge Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kerrod Mrs. Kingston Miss M. Kinlock Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Kilner Mr. E. R. Kirby Mrs. G. Kitching Mr. L. Kitching

Counc. Norman Lander Counc. Frank Lawton Mrs. C. Leah Mr. John H. Lee Mr. F. Leonard Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Levell Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Lewthwaite Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Lister Miss R. Litchfield Mrs, 2, FF. Litter Mr. & Mrs. J. Liversidge Mr. & Mrs. D. Lockwood Mr. Dennis Lockwood Mr. G. P. Lockwood Miss G. Lockwood Mr. G. K. Lockwood Mr. H. Lockwood Mr. & Mrs. H. Lockwood Miss H. M. Lockwood

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Mr. J. B. Lockwood Mr. N. Mrs. A. Lodge Miss C. Lodge Mr. & Mrs. Lodge Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Miss A. Lord Mrs. Lumb Miss G. Lunn Mr. J. W. Lunn

Dr. C. D. Macrae Mrs. E. K. Macpherson Mrs. M. Maffin Miss A. Mallinson Ald. Wilfred Mallinson Mrs, E. Mandel Miss C, Manning Mr. J. W. Mannion Mr. & Mrs. F. S. Markham Mr. Edward Marsden Miss J. A. Marsden Mr. & Mrs. John Marsden Mr. & Mrs. Norman Marsh Mr. G. Marshall Mr. J. S. Marshall Mrs, R. Martindale Mr, P. Massam Mrs, J. G. W. Mason Mr, Donald Matheson Mr, N. Matthews Ts. A. Matthewman

Mr. F, Metcalfe Miss S. Mettrick Mrs. E. Middleton Mr. Ronald Middleton Mrs. A. J. Midwood Mr. H. Mills Mrs. F. Mills Mr. Geo, Milligan Mr. & Mrs. Paul Milliquet Mrs. F. Milnes Mrs. G. H. Milnes Miss K. Milnes Dr. & Mrs. C. E. Mitchell. Mr. & Mrs. H. I. Mitchell Mrs. T. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. W. .B,. Moir Mr, A, J. Monday Miss May Monkhouse Dr. Monteith Miss A. S. Moore Mr. H. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Norman Moore ' Mr. T. Moore Mrs. W. Moore Mrs. B. Moorhouse Mdme. E. Moorhouse ‘Mr. & Mrs. L. Moorhouse Mrs. M. Moorhouse

Mrs. S. M. Moorhouse Mr, T. J. Moran Mrs. L. Morgan Miss M. B. Morland Mr. Frank S. Morley Mr. Chas, E. Morton Mrs. Jane Morton Mr,, & Mrs, E, M. Mosley

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Moorhouse .

Mrs. F. Mosley . Miss D. Moss Mr. C. J. S. Murton Mr. L. Murgatroyd

Miss E. McCann Mrs. McDonald Mr. A. McGauvran Mrs. J. McGough Mr. R. McKie Miss H. McKormack Mrs. H. McWilliams

Mrs. D. Nash Mr. W. Naylor Mr. & Mrs. F. Neary Miss I. Nelson Mr. Arthur Nelson Mr. J. B.. Newman Miss M. Newsome Misses E. & A. Noble Mr. G. North Mrs. M. North Mr. Reginald North Mrs. J. Norcliffe Mrs. H. Norgate Mr. A. Nuttall Mrs. A. E. Nuttall

Mr. D. O’Connor Mr. & Mrs. A. Oldfield Mrs. A. Oldfield Mr. & Mrs. Frank Oldfield Mir, F. Oldham . Mr. & Mrs. N. Oldham Mr. B. W. Owen

Miss C. Parker Miss K. M. Parker Misses Parker Mr. j.. ©. 1. Pain Mr. -L. Parr Dr. J. Paterson ; Mrs. Thelma Peace I Mrs, A. Peace Mrs. C. Pearce Mr. Edgar Pearson Mrs. H. H. Pearson Mr. J. L. Pearson Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Peel Mrs. I. Pell

Mr. Frank Philipps Mr. F. Pickersg ill Miss B. Pickles Mr. G. Pike Mr. F. Pilling My... 3. Pik Mr. W. Pitchforth Mrs. 1. Platt Mrs. J. Plunkett Miss M. Pogson Mrs. H. Pollard Mrs. Powell Mr. & Mrs. Pownall Miss P. Preston

Miss L. Quarmby Mr. Alfred Quarmby Mrs. W. H. Quarmby

Mr. T. R. Radcliffe Mrs. F. Radley Miss G. Ramsden Mrs. H. Ramsden Mr. Norman Ramsden Mrs. A. Redfearn Mr. & Mrs. W. Redfern Mrs. A. Renshaw

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Mr. & Mrs. N. Pennington

SUBSCRIBERS—C ontinued.

Major J. Reynold Mr. W. H. Mr. W. Richardson Mr. J. Riley Mr. & Mrs. aa Rippon Mr. R. Rix Mr. Gerald Rhodes Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Rhodes Mrs. V. Rhodes Miss B. Roberts Miss D. Roberts Mr. R. D. Roberts Mr. C. Robinson Mr. Dennis Robinson Mr.. Frank Robinson Mr. Gordon Robinson Mr. G. Robinson Mr. J. Rockett Mrs. F. Roebuck Mr. Irvine Roebuck Mr. S. Roebuck © Mr. H. Rodgers, J.P. Mr, Oliver Rodgers, J.P. Mr. P. E. Ross Mr. Wm. S. Rotton Mrs. M. Roughton Mr. E. Royston Mr. & Mrs. N. Royston

Mr. & Mrs. W. Royston Mr. F. H. Russel

Mr. & Mrs. H. F. Sanderson Miss M. Scaife Counc. B. M. Schofield Mr. & Mrs. D. Schofield Counc. John H. Scott Miss L. Schofield Mr. & Mrs. J. T. Schofield Mrs. V. Schofield Mrs. K. Scott Mr. S. M. Selka Mr. A. E, Senior (Snr.) Mr. A. E. Senior (Jnr.) Mr. & Mrs. Clive Senior Mrs. E. Senior

Mr. & Mrs. Chas. H. Shaw

& “Mrs. Edric Shaw Mr. F. E. Shaw Mrs. H. Shaw Mr, L. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Shaw Mrs. M. M. Shaw Mrs. W. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. D. Brian Sheard Mr. Ernest Sheard Mrs. E. H. Sheard Miss M. Sheard Mrs. E. Shepherd Mr. Tom Sheriff Mr. B. G. Silver Mr. I. Silverwood Mr. & Mrs. J. Singleton Mrs. G. Siswick Mrs. A. Slater Miss A. Smith Mr. C. M. Burrows Smith Mr. G. W. Smith Mrs. H. Smith Miss H. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Harold Smith Mr. J. Woods Smith Mrs. M. Smith

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Mr, & Mrs, N. Smith Mrs. N. Smith Miss P. Smith Mr; W. Smith Mrs. W. M. Smith Mr. L. Sowden Mr. J. W. Spence Mrs. H. Spencer Mrs. L. Spencer Mr. Norman Spencer Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Stancliffe Mrs. B. Stancliffe Mrs. E. Starkey Mrs. J. Starkey Mr. & Mrs. Morton Stead Mr. & Mrs. S. Stead Mr. Robert Steele Mr. R. Steele Mr. John Stephenson Mr. Roy Stirk Mr. & Mrs. A. E. Stockwell Mr. Wilfred Stoker Mr. & Mrs. A. F. Stott Mrs. D. Strang Mrs. A. Miss E. Street . Mr. & Mrs. S. Stringer Mrs. P. Styan Mrs. H. Swallow Mr. Stanley Swallow Mrs. C. Swift Miss A. Sykes Mrs. A. Sykes Mr. Dera. Sykes Mr. F. Sykes Mr. & Mrs. Frank Svkes Miss F. Sykes Mrs. G. Sykes Miss H. Sykes Mrs. J. Sykes Mr. John fee Miss L. Sykes Miss M. Sykes Mr. V. Sykes Mr. W. Sykes Mrs. Sykes Miss 3) Sugden Mr, & Mes E. Sunderland Mr. & Mrs. L. Sunderland Miss P. B. Sunderland Mrs. D. Sutcliffe Miss G. Sutcliffe Miss M. Sutcliffe Mrs. W. Sutcliffe

Mr. H. Taylor Mr. H. W. A. Taphouse Mr. G. Tattersall Mr. Ernest Taylor Mrs. E, B. Taylor Miss I. Taylor

Mrs. J. B. Taylor, Mr. J. S. Taylor Mrs. M. Taylor Mr. & Mrs. R. H. Taylor Mr. R. Taylor Mr. Taylor Mr. Stanley Taylor Mr. Stanley Taylor Miss E. Telford Mr. R. Telford Mr. R. Thewlis Mr. & Mrs Fon, Threapleton Wee, 0s. Thompson Mrs. N. Thompson Mrs. H. Thornton Miss J. Thornton Mr. J. 1. Thornton Mr, & Mrs. 2... Thorpe Mr. W. H. Thornton Mr. W. Tinsley Mr. & Mrs. A.w.H. Townend Mrs. A. K. Townend Mr. C. Townend Mr. D. L. Townend Miss E. Townend Miss M. Townend Mrs. V. Townsend

Mrs. D. J. Traynor

Mr. & Mrs. K. ok Tunnacliffe Mr. A. Turton Miss I. M. Turner Mrs. M. S. Turner Mrs. N. Turner Mrs. H. Tweed

Mrs. F. Viekerman

Mr. N. Wadsworth.

Mr. R. Wadsworth Mr. W. Wainhouse Miss N. Waite Mrs. N. Waite Mr. & Mrs. Harold Wakefield Mdm. K. Walkden Mrs. H. Walkden Mrs. A. L. Walker Mrs. D. Walker Mr. Eric Walker Mr. & Mrs. Frank Walker Mr. H. Walker Miss I. Walker Mr. James Walker Mr. J. P. Walkden Mr. S. Walker Counc. Thos. Walker Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Waller Mr. C, Walshaw Mrs. N. Walton Mr. & Mrs. P. Warburton Mr. E. M. Ward

SUBSCRIBERS—Contenued.

Mr. & Mrs. C. Ware Miss M. Waring Mr. C. J. Warrington Mr. J. Warrington Miss M. Warrington Dr. K. M. Watson Mr. H. R. Webb Mr. F. R. Webster Mr. Wilfred Webster Mr. & Mrs. J. B. Wedgewood Mr. & Mrs. E. Westerby Mrs. E. White Miss E, White Mr. R. Whitaker : Mr. & Mrs. Harold Whiteley Mr. F. Whiteley Mr. & Mrs. F. Whiteley Mr. &. Mis, Joe Gi: Whiteley Miss E. Whittaker 5 Mr, .& Mrs, A. 5. Whittle Mr. & Mrs. E. B. Whittle Mrs. F. Whitwam Mr. Harry Whitwam Mr. J. Whitwam Miss M. Whitwam Miss M. H. Whitwam Mrs. N. Whitwam Mrs. W. Whitwam Mr. A. E. Wilson Mrs. P. Wilson Mr. J. Wilkinson Mr. & Mrs. A. Wimpenny Mr. Harold Wimpenny Mr. H. Wimpenny Counc. N. Wimpenny Mr. & Mrs. H. Windle Mr. J. Winterbottom Mr. & Mrs. E. Woffenden Miss B. Woffenden Mrs. M. Wood Mrs. E. Wood Mrs. E. C. Wood Mr. & Mrs. G. C. Wood Mrs. H. Wood , Mrs. H. B. Wood Mr. Irvin Wood Mrs. J. Wood Mr. Robert M. Wood Mr. W. Wood Mr. & Mrs. W. Wood Miss D. Woodhead Mr. A. S. Woolhouse Mr. J. Woodhead Mr. & Mrs. L. C. Worghs Miss M. Wrigley Mr. G. Wyllie

Mrs. A. Young Miss G, M. Young Mr. H. C. M. Young

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