Call Me Madam (1957) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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HUDDERSFIELD & DISTRICT AMATEUR LIGHT OPERA SOCIETY

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Consult us about

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Branches at 2 BETHEL STREET, BRIGHOUSE 47 FOUNDRY STREET, DEWSBURY MARKET PLACE, SLAITH WAITE 67 HUDDERSFIELD ROAD, HOLMFIRTH

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MRS. SALLY ADAMS Doreen France

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36th Production

“CALE ME MADAM”

(By arrangement with Chappell & Co., Ltd.) A WEEE ae «6A: IN AGG Music and Lyrics by IRVING BERLIN

I Book by HOWARD LINDSAY and RUSSEL CROUSE Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, I Monday, January 28th

to Saturday, February 2nd, 1957, p.m.

Saturday Matinee, February 2nd, at 2-15 p.m.

Hon...Musical Director HARRY GLEDHILL, A.R.C.0O,, L:7,CaA;,

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Production by R. D’ARCY RICHARDS (London)

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Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society.

President : STEPHEN D. LISTER, Esq.

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Hon. Secretary : GEORGE R. HEY

Hon. Treasurer : HUBERT DYSON

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Hon. Stage Manager : CYRIL WARE

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The Producer

R. D’ARCY RICHARDS

We are again pleased to welcome Mr. Richards as our Producer. This will be his sixth successive production with our

Society and we are confident that success will again be achieved.

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List of Officers.

President : STEPHEN D, LISTER, Esq.

Vice-Presidents :

Dr. D. K. Bruce, Mr. NoRMAN CROWTHER, Mr. H. T. Evans, Mr. FRANK FOSTER, Mr. CLIFFORD GARNER, Mr. Jas. F. Haicu, Mr. F. Brtan HOLMEs, Councillor N. Hopkinson, Alderman S. Kaye, Mr. J. Mr. J. Woops-SMITH, Mr. F. H. THreappceton, Mr. Haro_tp WAKEFIELD, Mr. HAROLD WHITELEY.

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 Masters: EpGAR WOFFENDEN and GORDON FRYER. Hon. Publicity Manager : G. WHEATLEY DYSON. Joint Hon. Accompanists : DENIS SCHOFIELD and ANNIE SMITH. Hon. Dancing Mistress : MARIE HABRON. Hon. Registrar and Librarian : CARTWRIGHT. Hon. Solicitor : STEPHEN D. LISTER. tion, -Physician ; Dr. C. I. BIITCHeLL.

Hon. Perruquiers: Mrs. J. Mrs. K. Heminecway, Miss Mary REYNOLDs, G. W. Cunnineton, H. T. Evans and L. SUNDERLAND.

Hon. Wardrobe Mistresses : Mrs. C. E. and Mrs. A. H. TOWNEND. Hon. Call Boy : ANDREW MOORE, Hon. Auditors: Jonn D. a.c.a. and L. ADRIAN GLEDHILL.

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LADINS’ COMMITTEE :

Mrs. J. Beswick, Mrs. W. P. Bray, Mrs. H. Dyson, Mrs. G. R. Hey, Miss M. Hughes, Mrs. S. D. Lister, Liversidge, Mrs. N. Moore, Mrs. A. Street, Mrs. A. H. Townend, Mrs. E. Woffenden, Mrs. H. Wood.

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KENNETH GIBSON PRINCESS MARIA Frank Lamb ary Kinloch

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GIBSON MRS. SALLY ADAMS Frank Lamb Doreen France

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ACT 1. OVERTURE OPENING CHORUS. ANT io “ Mrs. Sally Adams ”’ ee cs ‘The Hostess with the Mostes’ on the Ball ”’ SONG AND DANCE (Sally and Chorus) ‘ The Washington Square Dance * SONG (Cosmo and Chorus) ie Lichtenburg SONG (Sally) ‘Can you use any money today ”’ DUET (Cosmo and Sally) Marrying tor love’ SONG AND DANCE (Princess Maria and Chorus) ........... ‘The Ocarina ”’ DUET (Kenneth and Princess Marta) «000.0 “It’s a lovely day today ”’ SONG (Sally) ‘The best thing for you ”’ FINALE (Sally) ‘Can you use any money today ” ACT 2. OPENING (Cosmo and Chorus) SONG AND DANCE (Sally and Chorus) ...... “Something to dance about ”’ SONG (Kenneth) I Ovec woon time, today ~ TRIO (Wilkins, Brocklebank and Gallagher) = Dey. like Ike ”’

REPRISE—DUET (Kenneth and Princess Maria)

lovely day

DUET (Kenneth and (I wonder why) You're just in love REPRISE (Sally) ‘The best thing for you

REPRISE—DUET (Kenneth and Princess Maria) ‘It’s a lovely day today REPRISE (Chorus) Mrs. Sally Adams

FINALE (Sally and Chorus)

“You in love

‘Hon. Musical Director and Chorus Master : HARRY GLEDHELL. A: RAO. 11.6.2,

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OBITUARY.

It is with the greatest regret that we have to announce the passing of three of our Vice-Presidents, namely :— Mr. Tom F. Brook, Mr. Charles Cowan, and Mr. Ernest Taylor. These three gentlemen were at various times very active in their services to the Society and we tender to their families our very deepest‘sympathy.

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Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society PRESENT I “CALL ME I = “4 I I (By arrangement with Chappell & Co. Ltd.) THE CAST (In order of appearance) : Mrs. Sally Adams DOREEN FRANCE The Secretary of State (Acheson) uu... EDGAR WOFFENDEN UCN ONE PAG cic GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON Congressman Wilkins G. HILDRED GLEDHILL Henry Gibson GORDON PIKE Kenneth Gibson — FRANK LAMB Senator Gallagher JOE BESWICK Secretary to Mrs. Adams (Miss Phillips) .......00.......... JEAN ARMITAGE Butler LEONARD KITCHING Senator Brockbank ARTHUR TURTON Cosmo Constantine NORMAN ROYSTON Pemberton Maxwell JACK LIVERSIDGE Clerk FE. TAYLOR Hugo Tantinnin NORMAN MOORE Sebastian Sebastian ERIC WALKER Princess Maria many: KINLOCH Court Chamberlain LESLIE SUNDERLAND A Maid BARBARA STANLEY Grand Duchess Sophie CONSTANCE M. HOLMES Grand Duke Otto G. WHEATLEY DYSON DANCING GIRLS : : I Joan C. BATHER, JEAN CaTTON, MARGARET GANNON, JEAN M. Ginry, t

NorMA GLOVER, NORMA HARDCASTLE, JEANNE Haywoop, JOAN HELLAWELL, MAUREEN LIVESEY, JEAN MAKIN, Joyce MELIaA, MauREEN SHEARD.

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JOAN Brook, SHEILA M. CARTER, Daisy M. CLARKE, ANN FAIRBURN, PHyLiis B. HINcHLIFF, IRENE HUNNEYBELL, JEAN JACKSON, THERESA A. LEWTHWAITE, EpITH MooRHOUSE, BARBARA STANLEY, BRENDA TARPEY, MARY THOMPSON, JUDITH THORNTON, OLIVE M. TUNE, AUDREY WEATHERHEAD, MAUREEN Woop. I

LADIES CHORUS : I

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MEN’S CHORUS : Roy Bates, DouGLAS BEVERLEY, G. DEREK BooTH, TERENCE BREARLEY, LESLIE CLARKE, GEORGE W. CUNNINGTON, JOHN B. DaANForD, J. LEONARD FISHER, STANLEY RIcHARD G. HEy, ARTHUR J. MONDAY, GEOFFREY N. SYKES, STANLEY F. TAYLor.

SCENES.—The play is laid in two mythical countries. One is called Lichtenburg, the other is the United States of America.

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SYNOPSIS OF SCENES : ACT 1... SCENE: of the Secretary of State.

SCENE 2.—Sally’s living room in Washington.

SCENE 3.—Public Square in Lichtenburg. SCENE 4.—Reception room in American Embassy. SCENE 5.—Public Square in Lichtenburg. SCENE 6.—The Lichtenburg Fair. SCENE 7.—A Corridor at the Palace.

SCENE 8.—Sally’s sitting room at the Embassy.

‘ACT 2. Scene 1,—The Public Square. SCENE 2.—The Embassy Garden. SCENE 3.—The Public Square. SCENE 4.—Sally’s sitting room.

Sally’s living room in Washington.

SCENE 5,

The Production staged by R. D’ARCY RICHARDS (London). Hon. Masical Duector; HARRY. GLEDHILL,. A.R.C.O., CL. rs Hon. Dancing Mistress : MARIE HABRON. Costumes supplied by W. A. HomBura Lrtp. Scenery supplied by CAPE (NORTHERN) Ltp. Photographs by GREAVES & Co., Huddersfield. Piano kindly lent by WuHitTFIELDs Ltp. Telephone Equipment kindly lent by G.P.O.

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“Call Me The Story of the Play.

Mrs. Sally Adams, with a large bank account and an ability to throw fabulous parties, is acclaimed the most popular hostess in Washington. She is chosen by President Truman (‘‘ Harry’’ as she calls him!) to represent America as Ambassador to Lichtenburg, a peaceful but poor country, with an ever-changing government.

Sally arrives in Lichtenburg having, en route, entered several small countries in error, causing diplomatic repercussions even before she takes up her duties.

Pemberton Maxwell, Charge d’Affaires at the American Embassy in _ Lichtenburg, is quite determined to put Mrs. Sally Adams in her place. He is quickly disillusioned as the irrepressible Sally soon establishes her authority.

Sally immediately falls in love with the suave and handsome Foreign Minister, Cosmo Constantine. Cosmo is deeply attracted by the gay and vital personality of the strange American. They clash over the age-old maxim, ‘Money can buy Sally herself being a millionairess many times over, whilst Cosmo, relatively poor, but proud of his country’s independence, tells her gently that money for instance cannot buy—love.

Sally, ever generous, helps Kenneth Gibson, a young American appointed to her Embassy, and the lovely Princess Maria to meet frequently by the use of a secret passage at her Embassy. In time Sally is presented to their Royal Highnesses The Grand Duke Otto and the Grand Duchess Sophie of Lichtenburg, but incurs their grave displeasure by her incongruous behaviour—they have learned of Sally’s role with regard to the Princess Maria and young Gibson.

Sally makes a “‘ gentleman’s with Sebastian Sebastian, the Prime Minister, whereby Cosmo can become Prime Minister, the price being a loan to Lichtenburg of 1,000,000 dollars. On hearing of this, Cosmo, deeply outraged, informs her that ‘‘ Lichtenburg is not for sale.”’

Several Congressmen arrive from the States to investigate the conditions for the loan. As time goes on the well-intentioned Sally finally goes too far. She interferes in the General Election in favour of Cosmo. She is at once relieved of her duties as Madam Ambassador and recalled to the United States. However, all ends well, as the Lichtenburgers had grown to love the gay and generous Sally Adams.

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The story ends with Sally giving a “‘coming-home’’ party at which she is re-united with Cosmo, and receives the Order of Philip the First for bringing about a closer unity between Lichtenburg and America.

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Mrs. E. Bell Mr. & Mrs. T. Bellard Mrs. B. Bennett

Miss P. Bennett Mrs. D. M. Benton Mrs. A. Berry Miss A. Berry

Mrs, E. Berry Mrs; Fo Hi. Berry Miss M. Berry Mr. & Mes.2P, Berry Alderman J. F. Best Mr. & Mrs. J. Beswick Mr. D. Peverley Mr. J. Bilborough Mrs. C. Billington Miss G. Billington Mr. & Mrs. Bingham Mr. H. Binns Mr. & Mrs. F. Binns Mr. R. Blackburn Mr. & Mrs, G. Blakeley Mr. L. Bleasdale Mrs. Bonstead Mrs. A. Boocock Mrs. E. M. Bostock Mrs. B. Booth Mrs. D. Booth Mr. E. Booth Mr. F. Booth Mr. & Mrs. G. D. Booth Mrs. G. E. Booth Mrs. M. Booth Mr. N. Booth Mrs. A. Boothroyd Miss E. Boothroyd Mr. H. Boothroyd Mr. & Mrs. H. Boothroyd Mr. J. Boothroyd Miss W. Boothroyd Mr. L. Boothroyd Mr. & Mrs. J. Bosworth Mr. S. Bowman Mr. H. Bradshaw Mr. F. Braithwaite Mr. & Mrs. W. P. Bray Mrs. H. Brearley mr. 7. Miss F. Brian Miss A. Brierley Mr. & Mrs. N. L. Brierley Mrs. H. Briggs Mrs. V. Broadbent Mr. W. Broadhurst Mr. & Mrs. D. M. Brook Mrs. C. W. Brook Alderman J. Louis Brook Mr. K. Brook Mr. C. Brook, B.E.M. Mrs. E. Brook Mrs, E. A. Brook Mr. E. Brook Mrs. H. Brook Mr. M. Brook Miss M. Brook Mrs. K. Brook

‘Mrs. S. P. Brook

Mr. & Mrs. T. F. Brook Councillor H. F. Brook Mrs. J. Brook Miss W. Brook Councillor Kenneth Brooke Mrs. K. Brougham

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Mrs. Brnwo Mrs. C. Brown Mr. & Mrs. J. Brown Dr. & Mrs. D. K. Bruce Mrs. Buckley Mr. & Mrs. J. Buckley Mr. & Mrs. D. Burke Mrs. E. Burley Mr. G. Burton Mrs. M. Bulmer Mrs. P,. Butterworth Miss P. M. Butterworth

Mrs. B. M. Carter Mr. E. W. Carter Miss A. Carter Mr. & Mrs. S. Carter Mr. R. D. W. Carter Mrs. H. Catton Mr. & Mrs. H. Cartwright Mrs. Chambers Mr. T. Champion Mrs. E. M. Chappell Miss N. Chatterton Mr. G. Clare Miss K. M. Clarke Mr. & Mrs. L. Clarke Mrs. M. L. Clayton Mr. N. Cleal a Mrs. G. Clegg Mrs. F, Clough Mrs. E, Clough Me. & Mr. C. P. Ciuderay Mrs. J. Cockhill Mr. & Mrs. V. Cocking Mr. & Mrs. R. Cockcroft Mr. & Mrs. E, Coldwell Mrs. C. Collins Mr. D. Connolly Mrs. C. Cooper Mir & Mes. 1. H, -Cook Miss M. Cook Mes. 1. Cook Mr. & Mrs. N. Cooper Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Copley Mr. L. H. Corless : Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Couldwell Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Cowley Mrs. H. Cox Miss M. R. Crabtree Mr. S. Craven Mrs. S. A. Crawshaw Mr. & Mrs. L. Croft Dr. G. Crompton Mr. 2. 4. 1, Croset Mr. & Mrs. F. Crosland Mr, & Mrs. G. H. Crowther Mr. H. Crowther Mr. & Mrs. N. Crowther Mr. H. Crowther Mrs. A. Crowther Mrs. J. Crowther Mr. & Mrs. P. H. Crowther Mrs. S. Crozier Mrs. T. Cruize Me & . L.. Cryer Mr. & Mrs. W. Cunningham Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Cunnington

Mrs. R. Dalby Mr. J. Danford Mr, J. B. Danford Mr. & Mrs. G. D. Davies

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Miss M. Dawkins Mr. & Mrs. F. E. Dawson Alderman N. Day Mrs. E. Dearden Miss E. M. Denton Mr. H. F. Denton Mrs. M. Dicker Miss J. Dobson Mrs. E. Doyle Mr. & Mrs. C. H. Drake Mr. & Mrs. H. Drake Mr. N. Drake Mr. C. Noel Dransfield Mr. S. J. Dransfield Mrs. D. Dransfield Mrs. W. H. Driscoll Mr. & Mrs. A. W. Dunn Miss F. Dunne Mrs. Durrans Mrs. E. Dyson Mrs. E. M. Dyson Mrs. H. Dyson Mrs. N. Dyson Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Dyson Mr. & Mrs. G.. W. Dyson Mr. W. Dyson Miss E. H. Dyson Mr. V. Dyson Mr. & Mrs. F. Dyson

Mrs. G. V. M. Earles Mrs. F. Eastwood Mr. H. Eastwood Mrs. G. Eastwood Miss V. Eastwood Miss A. Eastwood Mrs. A. Edmondson Miss E. O. Edwards Mr. F. Edwards Miss L. Ellam Mr, T. Miss M. Ellis Mrs. M. Ellis Miss N. Ellis Councillor A. England Mr. E: Evans Mr. & Mrs. R. Evans Mr. & Mrs. H. T:-Evans Miss E. Evans Mr. W. Exley Miss B. Exley

Mr. & Mrs. R. Fearnley Mr. & Mrs. D. Farnley Miss N. Fenwick Mrs. B. O. Fielding Councillor F. W. Fielding Mr. & Mrs. A. -P. Fielding Mr. & Mrs. ‘E. E. Fieldhouse Mrs. C. Firth Mrs. D. Firth Mrs. E. Firth Mr. J. Firth Mrs. E. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. E. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. F. Foster Mr, J. Fox Mr. T. Fox Mr. & Mrs. W. Fox Miss M. Fox Mr. C. France Madam D. France Mrs. C. France Mr. A. Fraser Mr. L. S. Frost Mrs. Fryer Mrs. Fulwood

Mr. J. Furness

Mrs. G. Gabrielli Miss A. Galvin Mr. A. Galvin Mrs. I. Galvin Mr. & Mrs. W. Galloway Miss M. Gannon Mrs. M. Garlick Mr. & Mrs. C. Garner Mr. G. Garner Miss J. Garsed Mrs. Garside Mr. & Mrs. H. Garside Mrs. ©. 1. Gaw Dr. S. E. Gawthrop Mr. & Mrs. R. Geach Mr. & Mrs. H. Gee Alderman’ J. T: Gee Miss S. H. Gee Mrs. H. Gee Mr. F. Gibson Mr. J. Gibson Mr. R. Gibson Madam J. M. Ginty Mrs. L. Gledhill Mr. N. Gledhill Mrs. N. Gledhill Mr. & Mrs. H. Gledhill Miss T. C. Gledhill Mr. A. R. Gledhill Mrs. E. Gould Mr. & Mrs. J. Goulder Mr. E. Graham Mrs. M. Graham Mr. & Mrs. N. Graham Mr. Py Gray Mr. A. T. Green Mrs. A. Green Miss B. Green Mr. F. Greenhow Mr. J. Greenhalgh Mrs. M. Greenwood Mr. R. T. Greenwood Mr. & Mrs. F. Griffiths Mr. L. Grundy

Mrs. J. Hadley Mr. & Mrs. A. Haigh Mr. & Mrs. H. Haigh Miss E. Haigh Miss E. M. Haigh Mr. F. Haigh Miss E. Haigh Mr. G. Haigh Mr. & Mrs. James F. Haigh Mr. J. Haigh Mr. K. Haigh Myr. 1. all Mr. & Mrs. G. S. Hallas Mrs. L. Hallas Miss A. Halstead Mr. J. H. Hanson Miss N. Hanson Miss M. L. Hardcastle Miss N. Hardcastle Mr. & Mrs. S. Hardcastle Mrs. N. Hardcastle Mr. R. V. Hardy Mrs. E. Hardy Miss G. E. Hargreaves Mr. Hartley Mrs. R. Harris Mr. F. Harper Mrs. A. Hartley Miss M. Hartley Mr. & Mrs. W. Hawksworth Mr. & Mrs. E. Hawley

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Mrs. Haworth Miss D, Haynes Miss J. Haywood Mr. G. D. A. Haywood Mr. J. D. Haywood Mrs. H. Haywood Councillor N. A. Haywood Mrs. F. Heap Mr. F. Heathcote Mr. H. Heaton Miss P. Heaton Mr. & Mrs. G. Hebblethwaite Mr. I. Hellawel! Mr. J. Hellawell, Jnr. Mrs. E. Helliwell Mrs. Henry Mrs. W. Heppenstall Miss J. Hepworth Mrs. M. Hepworth Mr. & Mrs. G. R. Hey Miss D, F. Hey Mr. T. Hey Miss E. Heywood Mr. & Mrs. R. Hill Mrs. V. Hill Mr. & Mrs. H. Hilton Mrs. E. Hinchliffe Mrs. F. Hinchliffe Mr. & Mrs. H. Hinchliffe Mr. & Mrs. J. Hinchliffe Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Hinchliff Mrs. G. Hirst Dp, J. We. Miss L. Hirst Mrs. N. Hirst Miss G. Hirst Councillor R. T. Hirst Mr. & Mrs. S. Hirst Miss S. Hirst Mr: FB. Hirst Mrs. W. H. Hirst Mr. B. Hizzard Mrs. R. A. Hobson Mr. N. Holdsworth Mr. F. Brian Holmes Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Holland Mrs. E. M. Holmes Mrs. C. M. Holmes Mrs. M. Holt Mrs. A. W. Holroyd Councillor N. Hopkinson Mr. & Mrs. R. Hopkinson

Mr. & Mrs. J. Hopton Mr. J. Howard Mr. Pe Howard Mr, G. H. Howarth Mr. J. Howarth Mr. J. R. Howarth Mr. G. R. Howarth Mr. E. Howitt Ms 3. Hoxie Councillor C. C. Hoyle Mr. F. Hoyle

Mr. .& Mrs. S. D. Hoyle Councillor K. Hoyle Miss B. Hoyle Mr. E. Hoyle Mr. & Mrs. G. Hudson Miss M. Hughes Mr. F. G. Hughes Miss B. Hughes Mr. R. A. Hull Miss I. Hunncybell Mrs. E. Hunneybell Mrs. D. Hunter Miss P. Hutchinson

Mr. G. Ibberson

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Mrs. E. Illingworth Mr. & Mrs. F. C. Ineson Mrs. M. Ingham Mr: H. J, 4s), Pan Mr. & Mrs. A. Iredale Miss M. Iredale Mr. G. H. Iredale Mr. H. D.: Iredale Capt. H. Irons

Mrs. E. Jackson Mrs. E. A. Jackson Miss M. Jackson Miss E. Jackson Mrs. J. Jackson Mr. E. Jackson Mrs. D. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. G. G. Jarmain Miss M. Jay Mr. A. Jenkinson Mr. W. Jennings Mr. & Mrs. D. Jessop Mr. W. Jessop Mr. A. Jessop Mrs. A. Jessop Mr. & Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. F. Johnson Mrs. A. E. Jones Mrs. H. Jones Councillor H. Jones Mr. R. Joy Mr. & Mrs. F. Jury Mr. & Mrs. G. Jury

Mrs. A. H. Kaye

Mr. & Mrs. E. Kaye Alderman S. Kaye Mr. T. Kaye Mrs. B. Kaye Mrs. H. Kaye Mrs. B. Kaye Mrs. J. Kelly Mrs. W. Kelly Mrs. Kendall Miss M. Kerridge Mrs. G. Kilner Mr. & Mrs. R. Kilner Miss E. Kinlock Miss M. Kinlock Mrs. Kirby Mr. L. Kitching Mrs. S. Kitching

Mr. F. Lamb Councillor N. Lander Councillor F. Lawton Mrs. °C. Leah Mrs. P. Leather Mrs. J. Lee Mr. John Lees Mr. & Mrs. K. Levell Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Lewthwaite Miss W. Lightowler Miss E. J. Lilley Mr. & Mrs. D. Lister Miss Litchfield Mrs. I. F. Littler Mrs. W. E. Littlewood Mr. & Mrs. J. Liversidge Mr. K. Liversidge Mr. N. Liversidge Mr. H. Lockwood Mr. K. Lockwood Mr. J. B. Lockwood Mrs. B. Lockwood Mr. G, P. Lockwood

Mr. & Mrs. H. Lockwood Mr. J. W. Lockwood Mrs. H. M. Lockwood Mr. D. Lockwood Mr. E. Lockwood Mr. & Mrs. S. Lockwood Mr. H. Lockwood Mrs. A. Lodge Mrs. C. Lodge Mr. F. Lodge Mrs. A. Longbottom Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Longbottom Mr. R. Longden Miss A. Lord Mr. H. Lumb Mr. & Mrs. L. Lumb Mr. G. Line Mr. J. Lunn Mr. J. W. Lunn Mrs. N. Lunn

Miss H. McCormack Mrs. McCracken Mrs. Macdonald Mrs. J. McGough Mr. R. McKie Miss B. McNeil Mr. J. McPherson Dr. C.D. Macrae Mr. H. McWilliams Mr. A. Maddison Mrs. A. Maffin Miss Mallinson Mrs. E. Mandel Mr. W. Mannion Miss C. Manning Mr. & Mrs. F. Markham Mrs. G. Marriott Mr. E. Marsden Mr. & Mrs. J. Marsden Miss J. A. Marsden Mrs. H. Marshall Mrs. R. Martindale Mr. P. Massam Mrs. A. Matthewman Mr. N. Matthews Miss E. A. Mear Mrs. Medley Miss J. Melia Mrs. Mellor Mr. A. D. Mellor Mr. H. Mellor Mr. Hubert Mellor Mrs. J. Mellor Mr. j. C. Menor Mrs. M. Mellor Mrs. D. L. Messenger Mr. F. Metcalfe Mr. & Mrs. T. S. Metcalf Mr. H. Metrick Miss B. Micklethwaite Mrs. B. Middleton Mr. R. Middleton Mrs. H. Midgley Mr. K. Midwood Mr. G. Milligan Mr. Harold Mills Mrs. W. Mills Mr. & Mrs. P. Milliquet Mrs. F. Milnes Mrs. G. H. Milnes Miss K. Milnes Dr. ©. EB. Mrs. A. Mitchell Mr. H. Mitchell Mr. H. I. Mitchell Mrs. M. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. W. B. Moir

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Mr. A. J. Monday Miss M. Monkhouse Dr. Monteith Miss A. S. Moore Mr. D. A. Moore Mr. H. Moore Mr. & Mrs. N. Moore Mrs. F. M. Moore Mr. T. Moore Miss M. Moore Mrs. W. Moore Mrs. Moorhouse Mr. & Mrs. A. L. Moorhouse Mrs. R. M. Moorhouse Mr. & Mrs. S. Moorhouse Mr. W. H. Morgan Miss M. B. Morland Miss Y. Morris Mr. C. Morton Mr. & Mrs. Mosley Miss A. Mosley Mrs. F. Mosley Mr. L. Murgatroyd Mr, Charles 1. oe

‘Mrs. D. Nash

Mr. C; J, Naylor Mr. P. Naylor Mr. F. Neary Mr. A. Nelson Mr. L. Netherwood Mr. J. B. Newman Miss M. Newsome Mrs. S. Nicholson Mr. A. E. Noble Mr. D. Noble Mrs. N. Noble Mrs. M. Norcliffe Mrs. H. Norgate Mr. H. North Mr. & Mrs. G. North Mrs. M. North Mr. & Mrs. P. North Mr. R. North Mrs. A. E. Nuttall Mr. & Mrs. A. Nuttall

Mr. D. O’Connor Mrs. Oldfield Mr. & Mrs. F. Oldfield Mr. & Mrs. M. Oldfield Mr. N. Oldham Mr. B. W. Owen

Miss Parker Mr. D. Parker Mr. G. Parker Mr, J.-C. L. Parkin Miss K. M. Parker Mr. L. Parr Miss N. Paxman Mrs. A. Peace Miss M. Peace Mrs. T. Peace Mrs. Pearson Mr. C. Pearce Mr. E. Pearson Mr. & Mrs. E. Pearson Mr. & Mrs. M. Peel Mr. & Mrs. N. Pennington Mr. W. Perkins Mr. Frank Phillips Mr, Pickersgill Mrs. B. Pickles Mrs. Pickup Mr. Se Mr. F. Mrs,

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Miss M. Pitchforth Mr. W. Pitchforth Mrs. A. Platt Mrs. J. Plunkett Miss M. Pogson Mr. C. Pontefract Mrs. J. Powell Mr. & Mrs. J. Pownall Miss P. Preston Mr. R. Pridmore Mrs. D. M. Prior

Mrs. Quarmby Mr. A. Quarmby Miss L. Quarmby

Mr. & Mrs. T. R. Radcliffe Mr. F. Radley Mrs. D. Ramsden Miss G. L. Ramsden Mr. N. Ramsden Mrs. A. Redfearn Mr. W. Redfern Miss S. Reed Mr. G. Rhodes Mr. P. Rhodes Miss P. Rhodes Mr. R. Rhodes Mrs. V. Rhodes Mr. D. Richardson Mr. W. Richardson Mr. W. H. Richardson Mr. B. Riley Mr. J. Riley Miss A. Roberts Miss D. Roberts Mr. R. Roberts Mr. Robertshaw Mrs. A. Robertshaw Mr. F. Robinson Mr. G. Robinson Mr. D. Robinson Mr. G. Robinson Mr. J. Rockett Mr. Harry Rodgers, J.P. Mrs. L. Rodgers Mr. O. Rodgers, J.P. Mrs. F. J. Roebuck Mrs. I. Roebuck Mr. S. Roebuck Mr. W. S. Rotton Mrs. M. Roughton Mr. E. Royston Mr. & Mrs. N. Royston Mr. W. Royston Mrs. D. Rushworth Miss N. Rushworth Mr. P. Rushworth Mr. R. Rushworth Mr. F. Hilton Russell Mr A. E. Ryall

Mrs. H. Sanderson Mrs. P. Sandy Miss Scaittfe Mr. A. Schofield Mr. & Mrs. D. Schofield Miss Schofield Mr. & Mrs. J. T. Schofield Miss M. Schofield Mrs. V. Schofield Councillor John H. Scott Mrs. K. Scott Mr. S. M. Selka Mr, A. Senior Mr. A. E. Senior Mr, A, E, Senior, Jnr.

Mr. & Mrs. C. Senior Mr. & Mrs. M. Senior Mr. P. Senior Mr. S. Senior Mrs. R. Settle Mr. O. M. Sexton Mr. & Mrs. F. A. Seymour Mr. W. Shankly Mrs. A. Shaw Mrs. E. Shaw Miss E. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. E. Shaw Mr. H. Shaw Miss F. E. Shaw Mr. F. A. Shaw Mr. Harry Shaw mey: 1. Kh. Shaw Mr, L.. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. M. M. Shaw Mrs. M. D. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. P. Shaw Mrs. R. Shaw Mr. W. E. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. W. Shaw Mrs. E. M. Sheard Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Sheard Mr. & Mrs. David B. Sheard Mrs. E. Shepherd Mr, T, 1, Sheriff Miss D. J. Sharratt Mr. S. G. M. Shires Mrs. E. Singleton Mr. & Mrs. M. Singleton Mrs. A. Slater Mrs. Smelt Miss A. Smith Mr. B. Smith Mr.-C. M. Smith Miss D. M. Smith Mr. G. W. Smith Mr. & Mrs. H. Smith Mrs. H. Smith Mr. H. Smith Mr. T. Smith Mrs. M. Smith Mrs. N. Smith Mr. Norman Smith Miss P. Smith Mr. T. Smith Mr. Wilfred Smith Mrs. W. M. Smith Mr. & Mrs. L. Sowden Mrs. G. Spencer Mr. N. Spencer Mr. W. Stainton Me, I. Stark Mrs. E. Starkey Mrs. J. Starkey Mr. & Mrs. Morton Stead Mr. & Mrs. S. Stead Mr. R. Steele Mrs. J. Stevenson Mr. A. E. Stockwell Mr. Wilfred Stoker Mr: & Mrs. A: F. Stott Mrs. A. Street Miss E. Street Mr. H. Stringer Mrs. P. Styan Miss S. Sugden Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Stephenson Mr. & Mrs. L. Sunderland Mrs. D. Sutcliffe Miss G. Sutcliffe Miss M. Sutcliffe Mrs. W. Sutclifie Mr. Horace Swallow Mr. Stanley Swallow

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Miss D. Swift Mr. N. Swift Mrs. Swindells Mrs. Sykes Mrs. A. Sykes Miss A. Sykes Mr. D. Sykes Mrs. E. Sykes Mr. F. Sykes Miss F. Sykes Mr. F. Sykes Mrs. F. Sykes Mrs. G. Sykes Mr. & Mrs. H. Sykes Miss H. Sykes Mrs. I. Sykes Mrs, L. Sykes Mrs. M. Sykes Miss M. L. Sykes Miss R. Sykes Mrs. S. Sykes Mrs. V., Sykes Mr, V. Hi: Sykes Mr. Victor Sykes Mr. & Mrs. W. Sykes

Mr. H. W. A. Taphouse Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Tarpey Mr. & Mrs. C. Taylor Mrs. D. Taylor Mrs, &; B. Taylor Mr. H. Taylor Mrs. J. B. Taylor Mri}. Taylor Mr. J. Taylor Mrs. K. Taylor Mrs. M. Taylor Mr. R. H. Taylor Mr. S. Taylor Mr. T. Taylor Mr. W. Taylor Mr. J. K. Telford Mr. & Mrs. R. Telford Mr. R. Thewlis Mr. S. Thirkhill Mrs. K. Thomas Mr. W. Tinsley Mr. G. L. Thompson Mrs. N. Thompson Mrs. P. Thompson Mr. S. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. E. Thornton Mrs. G. G. Thornton Mr. & Mrs. H. Thornton Miss J. Thornton Wig, J. 12° Phoraton Mr. W. H. Thornton Mrs. C. Thorpe Mrs. S. E. Thorpe Mr. & Mrs. F. H. Threappleton Mr. Harold Tinker Mrs. M. Todd Mrs. C. Tolson Mr. & Mrs. A. H. Townend Mr. A. K. Townend Mr. C. Townend Mr. C. C. Townend Mr, D. L. Townend Mr. J. Townend Miss M. Townend Mrs. V. Townend Mrs, E. Traves Mrs. D. J. Traynar Mr. & Mrs. K. A. Tunnacliffe Mrs. I. M. Turner Mrs, M. S. Turner Mrs, Turon Mr. & Mrs. A. Turton

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Mrs. F. Vickerman Mr. C. J. Warrington Mrs. H. Windle Mr. R. Vickers Mrs. F. M. Warrington Mr. J. Winterbottom Mr. J. Warrington Mr. & Mrs. A. Wimpenny Mrs. H. Wood Mr. H. R. Webb Mrs. H. Wimpenny Mr. R. Wadsworth Mrs. C. Webster Miss B. Woffenden Mrs. H. Walkden Mr. R. Webster Mr. & Mrs. E, Woffenden Mrs. A. L. Walker Mr. W. Webster Miss D. S. Wood Mr. E. Walker Mr. & Mrs. E. Westerby Mrs. E. Wood Mrs. F. Walker Miss E. White Miss E. Wood Mr. H. Walker Miss M. Whitehead Mrs, E. C. Wood Mr. J. Walker Mr. & Mrs. F. Whiteley Mr. & Mrs. G. C. Wood I Miss I. Walker Mr. Frank Whiteley Miss H. Wood Mr, &- Mrs. J. H.. Waller Mr. & Mrs. Harold Whiteley Mis, B.. Wood Mrs. Wade Mr. & Mrs. Joe H. Whiteley Mr. I. Wood Mr. W. Wainhouse Mrs. E. Whitfield Miss M. Wood Miss M. Waite Mrs. E. Whittaker Mrs. M. Wood Mr. & Mrs. Harold Wakefield Mrs. E. Whittaker Councillor R. Wood Mr. J. P. Walkden Mr. E. B. Whittle Mr. & Mrs. W. Wood : Miss D. Walker . Miss E, Whitwam Mr. & Mrs. J. Wood Beever + Mrs. D. Walker Mr. H. Whitwam Mrs. Woodcock Miss M. Walker Mr. J. Whitwam Miss D. Woodhead Mr. Stanley Walker Mrs. M. J. Whitwam Mrs. F. Woodhead Councillor T. Walker Mrs. W. Whitwam Mr. C. Woodhouse Mr. & Mrs. N. Walton Mr. & Mrs. P. Wightman Mr. J. Wood Smith Miss B. Walshaw Mr. J. Wilkinson Mr. A. S. Woolhouse Mrs. E. M. Ward Mrs. D. Williams Mr. & L. C. .Worghs Councillor L. Ward Mrs. Willoughby Miss M. Wrigley Mr. A. E. Wilson Mrs. A. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. M. Wardle Mr. F. Wilson Miss G. M. Young Mr. & Mrs. C. Ware Mrs. P. Wilson Mrs. A. Young Mrs. M. Waring Mr. H. Wimpenny Mr H; C. M. Youug

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