Love from Judy (1958) by Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

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Book by ERIC MASCHWITZ and JEAN WEBSTER Music by HUGH MARTIN

Lyrics by HUGH MARTIN and JACK GRAY

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List of Officers. President : STEPHEN D. LISTER, Esq.

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Musical Programme.

OVERTURE Orchestra ACT I MARDI GRAS The Boys and Girls I NEVER DREAM WHEN I’M ASLEEP Judy It’s GREAT TO BE AN ORPHAN Judy and Orphans GOIN’ BACK TO SCHOOL The Boys and Girls DumB-DuMB-DUMB Sally, Gordon and Girls It’s BETTER RICH Grace Dappy Lonc-LEGsS I Judy LOVE FROM JUDY Jervis A ToucH OF VooDoo Butterfly, Jimmie and Boys SKIPPING ROPE HORNPIPE Julia and Girls HERE WE ARE Sally, Boys and Girls Go AND GET YOUR OLD BANJO Judy, Boys and Girls ACT II HERE WE ARE (reprise) Grace, Boys and Girls KIND TO ANIMALS Butterfly Atn’t Gorn’ TO Marry Jimmie, Wilberforce, Sally and Butterfly, Boys and Girls My TRUE LOVE Jervis Atn’t Gorn’ TO Marry (reprise) Butterfly WHat Do I SEE IN You Julia and Jimmie

(Music by Phil Green)

LOVE FROM JUDY (reprise) Jervis Go AND GET YouR OLD Banjo (reprise) Boys and Girls FINALE The Company

Hon. Musical Director and Chorus Master : HARRY LTS.

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Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

Jerusha (Judy) Abbott

Sadie Kate

PRESENT

“LOVE FROM JUDY”

(by permission of Emile Littler).

ATE MARY KINLOCH

BARBARA STANLEY

Gladiola Murphy

JOYCE MELIA

Mamie

JEAN JACKSON

Loretta

JOYCE EDMONDSON

Mrs. Lippett

KAY L.. MIDDLETON

Mrs. Grace Pritchard

Cyrus Wykoff

JESSIE MARTINDALE

JACK LIVERSIDGE

Senator Parsons

FRANK LAMB

NORMAN ROYSTON

Jervis Pendleton

Julia Pendleton

JEAN STEVENSON DOREEN FRANCE

Sally McBride Jimmy McBride

ERIC WALKER

Gordon McLintock Butterfly

TERENCE BREARELEY

EDITH MOORHOUSE

Mrs. Pendleton

THERESA A. LEWTHWAITE

Mary Lou Wagner Wilberforce

MARY THOMPSON

JOE BESWICK

Walters

HILDRED GLEDHILL

Judy

“ THE BALLET” : JOYCE MELIA

Jervis

GEOFFREY HOYLE

MAUREEN LIVESEY

Magnolia Capt. Lavallier

RICHARD G. HEY

DANCING GIRLS :

MARGARET BATES, JEAN CATTON, MARGARET GANNON, JOAN Dyson, JEANNE Haywoop, JOAN HELLAWELL, MAUREEN LIVESEY, JEAN MAKIN, Joyce BARBARA SCHOFIELD, MAUREEN SHEARD PATRICIA

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MEN’S CHORUS : Roy Bates, G. DEREK BooTH, LESLIE CLARKE, GEO. W. CUNNINGTON, . Joun B. DANFORD, ROBERT WM. ELLIs, J. LEONARD FISHER, G. HILDRED _ GLEDHILL, STANLEY HARDCASTLE, RICHARD G. HEY, GEOFFREY HOYLE, KENNETH FRANK LAMB, ARTHUR J. MoNnpDay.

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES : ACT

SCENE 1 New Orleans (Spring, 1903). SCENE 2 The John Grier Home (Same Day). SCENE 3 A Railway Station (Some Weeks Later). SCENE 4 Fergusson Ladies’ College (Some Months Later).

SCENE 4A _ The Letters. SCENE 5 Under the Magnolia, SCENE 6 The Campus (The College Show).

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SCENE 10 _ Finale.

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The Production staged by R. D’ARCY RICHARDS (London). tion; BARRY GLEDHILIL A.R.C.O.. LCL, Hon. Dancing Mistress : MARIE HABRON. Costumes supplied by W. A. HomBura Ltd., Leeds. Scenery supplied by Watts & CorRy LtpD., Manchester. Photographs by GREAvES & Co., Huddersfield. Piano kindly lent by WHITFIELDs LTD.

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“Love from Judy ” The Story of the Play.

This is the story of the rich little poor girl, Jerusha Abbott, a foundling, brought up in an atmosphere of loveless charity, dressed in drab gingham and firmly disciplined by the matron of the John Grier Home, Mrs. Lippett, who, finding Judy (as the youngsters called her) useful in looking after them, kept her at the Home long after she should have been placed in domestic service.

Judy had spirit, brains and imagination and displayed them all on the Governors’ Visiting Day, so impressing one of the Governors, Mr. Jervis Pendleton, that, with the connivance of one of the younger, more human members of the Committee, Mrs. Grace Pritchard, he arranges to pay fees for Judy at Fergusson College, on two conditions : Judy must never know the name of her benefactor (who adopts the pseudonym of John Smith) and must write to him every month, reporting her progress. When Grace tells her about this transition in her life, Judy rushes to see the Governors depart, in the hope of recognizing her befriender, but all she sees is a pair of lanky legs vanishing into a cab. So she christens him “‘ Daddy Long Legs”’ and bestows on him all her gratitude and spontaneous affection.

When she arrives at Fergusson College, she finds she is to share a room with Julia Rutledge Pendleton, a niece of Mr. Jervis, and Sally McBride. Her imagination goes to work to provide herself with a background and a real life guardian and the three girls settle down happily together. Judy, who wants to be a writer, does well at both work and play and sends her letter each month to Mr. John Smith, telling him all about her life and interests made possible by his generosity and ending every letter “LOVE FROM JUDY.” But she gets no acknowledgment from Mr. John Smith and decides he is too old and frail to reply. However, Grace persuades Jervis that he should see for himself how Judy is making out in the college world and they go down together to the Fergusson Show held at the end of the college year . . . ostensibly to visit his niece Julia. He finds Judy blossoming into a happy, attractive and accemplished young lady, obviously admired by such youngsters as Jimmie McBride (room-mate Sally’s brother) and his interest in her grows.

Judy spends part of her long vacation writing a novel, based on her own life at the orphanage and hopefully sends it to a New York publisher. Later that summer she goes, at the invitation of Julia, to Lock Willow Farm, Jervis’s country place, with a group of other young people from Fergusson, all enjoying themselves picknicking, corn- picking and corn-husking. There is an old tradition that if a boy or a girl finds a red instead of a yellow ear in the husking, he or she can kiss whomsoever they like and full use is made of the privilege by the high-spirited students—in fact, Jimmie McBride, reluctantly realizing that he has no chance with Judy, who has fallen in love with Jervis, proposes to, and is accepted by, Julia Pendleton. In the midst of the fun, Jervis arrives and, armed with a red ear of corn, kisses Judy, tells her he loves her and asks her to marry him. Judy, thinking of her parentless background, sends him away and that night, after writing the whole story to ‘“‘ Mr. John Smith ”’ cries herself to a sleep which is haunted by nightmare dreams of her orphanage upbringing.

Jervis decided to go to Europe to try to forget Judy, leaving her letter unopened on his desk, but Grace has been a fairy godmother and brought Judy to New York to visit her guardian for the first time. Knowing full well the state of affairs between Jervis and Judy, Grace persuades him to open Judy’s letter and discovers that Judy loves him. Judy, waiting to see Mr. John Smith, is brought in, explanations and recognitions are made and the curtain comes down on the traditional happy ending to another story of the prince and the beggarmaid.

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Miss D. M. Benton Miss A. Berry wire. eT Mrs. E. Berry Miss M. Berry Mr. & Mrs. P.-D. Berry Mr. J. Beswick Mr. D. Beverley Mr. C. M. Billington Mr. G. Billington Mr. & Mrs. Bingham Mr. F. Binns Mr. H. Binns Mrs. J. Blackburn Mr. J. E. Blackburn Mr. R. Blackburn Mrs. M. Blacker Mr. C. Blagbrough Mr. G. H. Blakeley Mr. L. Bleasdale Mrs. A. Boocock Mr. E. Booth Mr. F. Booth Miss M. Booth Mr. B. Booth Mrs. D. Booth Mrs. M. Booth Mr. G. D. Booth Mr. G. E. Booth Mr. & Mrs. H. Boothroyd Miss W. Boothroyd Mr. L. Boothroyd Mrs. C. Boothroyd Mrs. E. M. Bostock Mrs. J. Bosworth Mr. R. N. A. Boulton Mrs. Bowman Mr. H. Bradshaw Mr. F. Braithwaite Mrs. I. Brammald Mr. & Mrs. W. P. Bray Mr. F. M. Brayshaw Mrs. H. Brearley Mr. T. Brearley Miss F. Brian Mrs. M. L. Brierley Mr. N. L, Brierley Mrs. H. Briggs Mrs. Broadbent Mr. J. Brodrick Councillor H. F. Brook Mrs. Brook Mrs. C, W. Brook Mr. K. Brook Mr. E. Brook Ald. J. L. Brook Mrs. D. W. Brook Mrs. T. F. Brook Mrs. E. A. Brook Mrs. kK. Brook Mr. C. Brook, B.E.M. Mrs. E. Brook Miss W. Brook Mrs. H. Brook Mrs. H. Brook Councillor & Mrs. K. Brooke Mr. J. Brown Mrs. A. Brown Mr. & Mrs. C. Brown Dr, D. K. Bruce Mrs. N. Brunton Mrs. E. Buckley

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Mr. & Mrs. J. Buckley Mrs. M. Bulmer Mr. & Mrs. D. Burke Mrs. E. Burley Mr. G. Burton Mr. J. Butterworth Mr. K. Bywater

Mr. & Mrs. L. Carrol Mr. D. Carter Mr. & Mrs. F. A. Carter Miss A. Carter Mrs, Carter Mr, E,W. Carter Mr. H. Cartwright Miss R. Cass Miss J. Castle Mrs. H. Catton Mrs. Chambers Mrs, E. M. Chappell Mr. J. H. Clarke Mr. J. Clarke Madame K. M. Clarke Mrs. ML. Clayton - Mrs. J. Clayton Miss L. Clegg Mrs. G. Clegg Mrs. E. Clough Mrs. Clough Mr. & Mrs. C. P. Cluderay Mrs. J. Cockhill Mr. & Mrs. R. Cockroft Mr. & Mrs. E. Coldwell Mr. J. Coldwell Mrs. M. Collins Mrs. Collins Mr. D. Connolly Mrs. I. H. Cook Mrs. C. Cooper Mrs. J. W. Corley Mr. W. T. Couldwcll Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Cowley Mrs. H. Cox Miss M. Crabtree Mr. S. Craven Mr. 43.) Crore Mr Ps. F, Croset Mr. & Mrs. F. Crosland Mr. N. Crowther Mr. & Mrs. P. Crowther Mr. G. H. Crowther Mr. H. Crowther Mr. & Mrs. A. Crowther Mr. H. Crowther Mrs. S. Crowther Mr. S. Crozier Mrs. T. Cruise Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Cunnington Mrs. Custance

Mrs. R. Dalby Mr. J. Danford Mr. G. D. Davis Mr. & Mrs. T. E. Dawson Ald. N. Day Mrs. E. Dearden Mr. & Mrs. H. B. Dearnley Mrs. H. F. Denton Mr. & Mrs. T. Deering Mr. C. Drake Mr. N. Drake Mr. & Mrs. H. Drake

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Mr. C. N. Dransfield Mr. S. J. Dransfield Mrs. W. H. Driscoll Mrs. Dunn Miss F, Dunne Mr. V. Dyson Mr. G. Wheatley Dyson Mr. & Mrs. H. Dyson Mr. & Mrs, F. Dyson Mr. & Mrs, A. B. Dyson Mrs. Dyson Miss E. H. Dyson Mr. W. Dyson

Miss A. Eastwood Mr. G. G. Eastwood Miss V. Eastwood Mrs. F. Eastwood Mrs. Eaton Miss J. M. Edmondson Mr. A. Edmondson Mrs. A. Edmondson Mr. L. Edwards Miss L. Ellam Mr. T. Ellis Mrs, F. Ellis Miss M. Ellis Mr. F. M. Ellis Mr. R. W. Ellis Mrs. A. England Mrs. R. Evans Mr. H. T. Evans Miss E. Evans Mr. G. Exley Mr. W. Exley Miss B. Exley

Mrs. J. Farrington Mr. D. Fearnley Mr. R. Fearnley Mr. C. T. Feather Mr. N. Fenwick Mr. E. E. Fieldhouse Mrs. B. O. Fielding Mr. F, W. Fielding Mrs. C. Firth Councillor A, W, Firth Mrs. H. Firth Mr. J. Firth Mrs. W. Forney Mr. F. Foster Miss M. Fox Mr. T. Fox Mr. & Mrs. W. Fox Mrs. M. Fox Mr. J. Fox Madame D. France Mr. C. France Mrs. C. France Mrs. L. 5. Frost Madame D. Fry Mrs, E. Fryer Mrs. B. J. Fulwood Mr. A. E. Furniss

Mrs. G. Gabrielli Mr. & Mrs. W. Galloway Miss A. Galvin Miss M. Gannon Mrs. M. Garlick Mr. & Mrs. C. Garner Miss J. Garsed Dr. S. E. Gawthrop Mr. & Mrs. R. Geach Miss S. H. Gee Mr. H. Gee Add, J. 1 Goer

Mrs. H. Gee Mr. H. Gibson Mr. R. Gibson Mrs. G. Gill Madame J. M. Ginty Mrs. N. Gledhill Mr. J. L. Gledhill Mrs. L. Gledhill Mr. P. Gledhill Miss T. C. Gledhill Mr. N. Gledhill Mr. L. A. Gledhill Mr. H. Gledhill Miss N. Glover Miss H. Gomersall Mrs. E. Gould Mr. J. Goulder Mrs. M. Graham Mr. & Mrs. N. Graham Mr. E. Graham Mr. E. Green Mrs. A. Green Mrs. A. Greenwood Mr, R. T. Greenwood Mr. J. Greenhalgh Ald. H. A. B. Gray Mr. P. Gray Mr. G. Garner

Mrs. J. Hadley Mr. W. V. Haigh Mr. G. A. Haigh Mr. H. Haigh Mrs. C. Haigh] Miss E. M. Haigh Mrs. K. Haigh Miss E. Haigh Mr. J. F. Haigh Mr. A. Haigh ; Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Haigh Mr. G. Haigh : Mr. I. Hall Mrs. L. Hallas Mr. & Mrs. G. S. Hallas Mrs. S. Hardcastle Mr. R. V. Hardy Miss G. E. Hargreaves Mrs. R. Harris Mrs. E. Hartley Miss M. Hartley Mrs. F. Hartley Miss J. C. Hartshorne Miss D, Haynes Mrs. M. Haywood Mrs. G, Haywood Mr. G. D. A. Haywood Miss J. Haywood Mrs. F, Heap Mr. F. Heathcote Mr. H. Heaton Miss P. Heaton Mr. G. Hebblethwaite Mr. H. Heeley Mr, J. Hellawell Mr. J. Hellawell, jnr Mrs. E. Helliwell Mr. D. Hemingway Mrs. E. Henry Mrs. W. Heppenstall Miss J. Hepworth Miss M. Hepworth Miss D. F. Hey Mrs. S. Hey Mr. & Mrs. G. R. Hey Mr. R. G. Bey Miss E. M. Heywood

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Mrs. Hinchliffe Mr. & Mrs. J. Hinchlifte Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Hinchliff Mr. H. Hinchliffe Mr. J. Hinchcliffe Mrs. F. Hinchliffe Mrs. E. Hinchliffe Mr. H. Hinchliffe Mrs. M. Hill Mrs. V. Hill Mr. R. Hill Dr. J. W. Hirst Mrs. L. Hirst Mr. F. Hirst Mrs. G. Hirst Miss S. Hirst Mr. S. Hirst Mr, R. T. Hitet Mrs. N. Hirst Mrs. E. A. Hobson Mr. N. Holdsworth Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Holland Mr. & Mrs. J. A. K. Hollingworth Mrs. E. Hollyhead Mr. F. B. Holmes Mrs. E. M. Holmes Mrs. R. Holmes Miss L. Holroyd Mrs. A. W. Holroyd Mrs. Holroyd Miss E. Holt : Councillor & Mrs. N. Hopkinson Mr. R. Hopkinson Mr. A. Horner Mr. J. Howard Mr. G. H. Howarth Mrs. Howarth Mr, J. Howarth Mr. & Mrs. E. Howitt Mr. F. Hoyle Councillor C. C. Hoyle Miss B. Hoyle Mr. S. D. Hoyle Councillor K. Hoyle Mr. E. Hoyle Mr. & Mrs. G. A. Hudson Miss M. Hughes Mr. F. G. Hughes Miss B, Hughes Mr. R. A. Hull Mrs. M. Hunter Mrs. F. Hunter Mr. W. Hurst Miss E. Hutchinson Miss P. Hutchinson

Mr. G. Ibberson Mrs. E. Illingworth Mrs, M. Ingham Mr. H. J. K. Inman Mr. G. H. Iredale Mr. & Mrs. A. Iredale Mr. D. R. Ireland Mr. H. D. Ireland Captain H. [rons

Mrs. J. Jackson Miss M. Jackson Miss G. Jackson Mrs. E. A. Jackson Miss M. Jackson Miss D. Jackson Miss E. Jackson Mr. G. G. Jarmain Mrs. A. Jenkinson

Mrs. Jessop

Mr. D. Jessop Mrs. H. Jessop

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Mr. W. Jessop Mr. F. Johnson Mrs. K. Jones Mr. & Mrs. K. Jones Mr. H. Jones Mrs. A. E. Jones Mr. R. Joy Mr, G. Jury

Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Kaye Mr. S. Kaye Mr. F. Kaye Mrs. A. H. Kaye Mrs. B. Kaye Mrs. H. H. Kaye Mrs. N. Kaye Mrs, J. Kelly Mr. R. Kendall Miss M. Kerridge Mr. & Mrs. F. Kershaw Mr. R. Kilner Mrs. G. Kilner Mrs. E. Kilner Miss M. Kinloch Miss E. Kinloch Mr. L. Kitching

Councillor N. Lander Councillor F. Lawton, J.P. Mrs. C. Leah Mr, J. Lee Mr. J. Lee Mr.,G. M. Lee Mr. K. Levell Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Lewthwaite Mr. W. Lightowlers Miss I. Litchfield Mr. S. D. Lister

Miss E. J. Lilley Mrs. I. Litchfield Mrs, 1. F. Littler Mr. A. M. Littlewood Mr. & Mrs. H. Liversidge Mr. & Mrs. J. Liversidge Mr. N. Liversidge Mr. K. Liversidge Mrs. Livesey Mr. & Mrs. H. Lockwood Mr. G. P. Lockwood Mr. J. Lockwood Mr. H. S. Lockwood Mr. K. Lockwood Mr. J. B. Lockwood Mr. H. Lockwood Mrs. B. Lockwood Mr. D. Lockwood Miss C. Lodge Mrs. A. Lodge Mr. F. Lodge Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Longbottom Mr. R. Longden Miss A. Lord Mrs. A. Lumb Mr. & Mrs. LL. Liatmp Mr. J. W, Luna

Miss B. McNeil Mr. H. McWilliams Mrs. McDonald Mr. A. Maddison Dr C.D. Macrae Mrs. M. Maffin Miss J. Makin Mr. K. M. Makin Miss A. Mallinson Mrs. E. Mandell

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Miss C. Manning Mr. W. Mannion Mr. & Mrs. F. S. Markham Mrs. G. Marriott Miss J. A. Marsden Mrs. J. Marsden Mr. N. Marsh Mr. G. Marshall Mrs. H. Marshall Mrs. R. Martindale Mr. P. Massam Mrs. A. Mathewman Mr. N. Mathews Miss J. Melia Mrs. J. Mellor Mrs. Mellor Mr. F. Mellor Councillor J. C. Mellor Mr. H. Mellor Dr. H. Mercer Mr. F. Metcalfe Mr. & Mrs. T. S..Metcalf Mrs. K. Middleton Mr. R. Middleton Mrs. H. Midgley Mr: K. Midwood Mr. G. Milligan Mr. H. Mills Mrs. W. Mills Mrs. F. Milnes Miss K. Milnes Mrs. G. H. Milnes Mrs. Mitchell Mr. H. 1. Mitchell Dr. C. E. Mitchell Mr. H. Mitchell Mrs. A. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. W. B. Moir Mr. A. J. Monday

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Miss M. Monkhouse Miss M. Moore Miss A. S. Moore Mr. & Mrs. N. Moore Mrs. Moorhouse Miss B. Moorhouse Mrs. L. Moorhouse Mrs. R. S. Moorhouse Mr. & Mrs. S. Moorhouse Mr. S. Moorhouse Mr. W. H. Morgan Miss M. B. Morland Mrs. H. Morley Mr. & Mrs. F. S. Morley Miss Y. A. Morris Mr. Morton Miss A. Mosley Mr. & Mrs. Mosley Mrs. F. Mosley Mrs. L. Murgatroyd Mrs. M. E. Murton

Mr. W. Nash Mrs. M. Naylor Mr. F. Neary Mr. A. Nelson Mr. L. Netherwood Mrs. M. Newsome Misses E. & A. Noble Mrs. N. Noble Mr. D. Noble Mr. G. North Mr. R. North Mrs. M. North Mrs. North Mr. A. Nuttall Mrs. A. E. Nuttall

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Misses Parker Mr, G. Parker Miss K. M. Parker Mrs. 1, & 1. -Parkia Mr. H. Parkinson Miss N. Paxman Mrs. M. Peace Miss T. Peace Mr. C. Pearce Mr. E. Pearson Mrs. Pearson Mr BPearson Mr. & Mrs. M. Peel Mr. G. S. H. Pemberton Mr. W. Perkins Miss E, Phillips Mr. F. Phillips Mr. F. Pickersgill Mr. P. Pickup Mr. G. Pike Mr. F. Pilling Mrs. T. Pinder Mrs. C: N. Pinder Miss W. M. Pitchforth Mrs. J. Plunkett Miss M. Pogson Mrs. H. Pollard Mrs. M. Pollitt Mr. C. Pontefract Mrs. A. E. Powell Mr. & Mrs. J. Pownall Miss P. Preston Mrs. F. Preston Mr. R. Pridmore

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

Mr. & Mrs. T. R. Radcliffe Mr. F. Radley Mrs. M. O. Raisey Miss D. Raly Mr. N. Ramsden Mr. W. Redfearn Mr. E. Redfearn Mrs. A. Redfearn Mr. R. Rhodes Mrs. V. Rhodes Mr. G. Rhodes Mr. W. H. Richardson Mr. W. Richardson Mr. B. Riley Mr, J. Riley Mr. A. Rippon Miss A. Roberts Mrs. A. Robertshaw Mr. D. Robinson Mr. G. Robinson Mr. F. Robinson Mr. J. Rockett Mr. H. Rodgers, J.p. Mrs. F. J. Roebuck Mrs. D. Roebuck Mr. O. Rogers, J.P. Mr: P. E. Ross Mr. H. Rothery Mr. W. S. Rotton Mrs. M. Roughton Mr. N. Royston Mr. W. Royston Mr. E. Royston Miss N. Rushworth Mrs. D. Rushworth Mr. P. Rushworth Mr. F. H. Russell Mrs. Sandy Miss Scaife Miss F. Scotcher Mr. & Mrs. Schofield Mrs. E. Schofield Mrs. Schofield Miss B. Schofield Mr. & Mrs. J. T. Schofield Mr. J. Schofield Mr. S. M. Selka . Mr. A. Senior Mr. M. Senior Mrs. A. Senior Mr. P. Senior Mr. A. E. Senior Mr. & Mrs. F, A. Senior Mr. & Mrs. E. Shaw Mrs. J. A. Shaw Mr. FS, Shaw Mr. & Mrs. P. Shaw Mrs. A. Shaw Miss F. E. Shaw Mrs. M. N. Shaw Mrs. A. Shaw Mr. H. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. W. Shaw Mr. L. Shaw Mrs. B. Shaw Mr. H. Shaw Mrs. E. H. Sheard Mr. E. Sheard Mr. D. B. Sheard Mrs. E. Shepherd Miss D. J. Sherratt Councillor S. G. M. Shires Mrs. Short

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