Oklahoma! (1959) by Longwood Amateur Operatic Society

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Presents

OKLAHOMA!

Operatic Society

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Professionals and Amateurs alike accept . . . .

COMMER, KARRIER Trucks Vans & Tippers & HUMBER HILLMAN, SUNBEAM Cars —

as being the best mode of transport for all occasions

Products of the ROOTES GROUP.

and available from stock at . .

PADDOCK MOTORS — (Huddersfield) I Ltd.

Telephone 4607 7

‘Official Stockists for -—

PERKINS Diesel Engines and Spares Injector Recovery Service

so L E X appointed exchange service station

Be HIGH-CLASS REPAIRS TO ALL MECHANICALLY |] _

PROPELLED VEHICLES

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Telephone: Milnsbridge 301 Established 1911

TOWNEND’S

The Grocers

WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS WHITBREAD — MACKESON — JOHN SMITH’S and YOUNGER’S ALES

The Mount, Outlane Spark Hall, Longwood

ROAST HAM & OX TONGUE A SPECIALITY BIRD’S EYE FROZEN FOODS

I Joseph Hoyle & Son Ltd. LONGWOOD

Vacancies for young people Come along and enquire

Automatic Loom Weavers also required

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A. S. HORSFALL, Dod Lea

Telephone : Milnsbridge 813 also TRIPE and WET FISH DAILY

_ Telephone : Milnsbridge 1393

SUNNYBANK GARAGE

(Proprietor: P. H. BELL, M.E.) MOTOR ENGINEER

Longwood Gate, Longwood Petrol and Oil Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Battery Charging Repairs and Servicing to all types of Cars Agent for the leading Insurance Companies

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HANSON TRAVEL SERVICE

For All Your Travel Requirements

Telephone Huddersfield 6666

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GROCERY and GENERAL STORE

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537 NEW HEY ROAD, THE MOUNT Telephone: Milnsbridge 215

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The LONGWOOD AMAT1EUR OPERATIC SOCIETY

(Affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association)

presents

I OKLAHOMA!

(by arrangement with Chappell & Co. Ltd.)

Based on the play “GREEN GROW THE LILACS” by LYNN RIGGS

Music by RICHARD RODGERS

Books and Lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN 2nd

FOR NINE PERFORMANCES

Commencing

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1959 to SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 1959

7.15 p.m. each evening 7.0 p.m. last Saturday 3

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There’s always the best of everything— so see that you get it by shopping at... .

ALFRED DAWSON & SONS

Beef & Pork Butchers

who have been supplying the district’s

needs for the past 86 years.

51-583, MARKET STREET MILNSBRIDGE

Telephone: Milnsbridge 465

BOOTHROYD’S

GROCERIES, SWEETS and TOBACCO CONFECTIONERY and BREAD Fresh Daily

Frozen and Continental Foods

81, WOOD STREET, LONGWOOD

Telephone: Milnsbridge 1087

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The Longwood Amateur Operatic Society

President—G. K. LOCKWOOD, Esq. Hon. Life Member—MISS F. BEAUMONT

C. Armitage, Esq. H. Balderstone, Esq. Miss F. Beaumont Alderman J. L. Brook

Coun. T. P. Cliffe, LL.B.

I. Darlington, Esq. Miss M. H. Dixon G. H. Dyson, Esq. Ald. J.T. Gee F. Heap, Esq. EB. Bed. Mrs. P. N. Hever F. C. Hirst, Esq:

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A. S. Horsfall, Esq. J. B. Lockwood, Esq. H. Lockwood, Esq.

Vice-Presidents:

4.2%. Lonn, Bea. N. S. Lunn, Esq. A. Renshaw, Esq. Dr. N. V. Sapier, M.B., Ch.B. Coun. J. H. Scott Mrs. F. Stott A. A. Theaker, Esq. D. L. Townend, Esq. C. J. Warrington, Esq. J. H. Whiteley, Esq. A. S. Woolhouse, Esq. L. Wood, Esq. H. Wrigley, Esq. Mrs. B. E. Haigh H. H. Haigh, Esq. Mrs. W. E. D. Shaw

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SLIP INN

(Opposite Mechanics’ Hall, Longwood) FULLY LICENSED

BENTLEY and SHAW’S TOWN ALES

Telephone: Milnsbridge 423 Proprietor: C. Armitage

Telephone: Milnsbridge 1934

HARRY WOOD

Fruiterer

OAKES Wet Fish and Frozen Foods

RALPH N. SMITH

R. N. SMITH, C. & G. Silver Medallist 7 Parkwood Road, Longwood

Joiner and Funeral Director, N.A-F.D.

Parkwood Joinery Works Longwood

Telephone: Milnsbridge 475 ecg adel tga te RAINY A eee oe

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Hon. Committee

Mrs. M. Burns T. Brearley, Esq. Miss M. Kinloch . K. Hoyle, Esq. Miss B. Leech D. Mattin, Esq. Miss B. Stanley A. A. Theaker, Esq. Officials Hon. Secretary H. Haigh Hon. Assistant Secretary A. Renshaw Hon. Treasurer H. Wilkinson Hon. Publicity and House Manager W. Taylor Hon. Dancing Mistress Mary Kinloch Hon. Musical Director ..... I C. W. Pearson Hon. Accompanist Miss A. Smith Hon. Stage Mamager smo I F. Stott Hon. Assistant Stage Manager D. Robinson Mon. ann E. W. Thornton, A.M.Inst.B.E. Hon. Wardrobe Mistresses Mrs. G. K. Lockwood and Mrs. A. Lum Peon. Perruquiere ..................... Mrs. C. W. Pearson Hon. Prompter Mrs. J. Lockwood Hon. Secretary (Social Committee) Mrs. P. Haigh Hon. Solicitor 2. Cite, LB, Hon. Auditors Wheawill and Sudworth Hon. Physician Dr. N. V. Sapier, M.B., Ch.B. Hon. Call Boy .. I Mrs. C. M. Woolhouse Hon. Property Master i Mr. A. Woolhouse Producers J. H. Hanson and J. Liversedge Hon. Masseur 3 Mr. T. Sykes

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Telephone : Hudd. 4734

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Kadio and Television

Frank Lum Paddock Head - Huddersfield

Electrical Installations a Radio Repairs

Mary Sykes

COATS, DRESSES and MILLIN Bay

in latest colours and materials Sizes 38in. to 52in. HIPS, also Sft. 2in. Moderately Priced

A small shop with a big welcome ——-———

46 Lidget Street - Lindley Telephone: Milnsbridge 1558

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Musical Numbers

ACT

Overture OO AO “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’ ” Laurey’s Entrance The Surrey with the iri on the Top Kansas City

Te WE ie ou “The Surrey with ve Fringe on the I Cain’t Say No oa IIRL OS RR EGA ELE 1S SOM Atay ONY "2 Cant Say No”

Entrance of Ensemble Many a New Day Ree ec ga a a New Day ” It’s a Scandal! It’s a Outrage! People Will Say We’re In Love Change of Scene Pore Jud is Daid Lonely Room Change of Scene Dream—Sequence (a) Melos (b) Out of My Dreams (c) Interlude to Ballet (d) Dream Ballet Entr’acte

ACT II

MN FO iiss The Farmer and the Cowman Farmer Dance Change of Scene All Er Nothin’ Change of Scene Reni OE ae “People Will Say We’re In Love” Change of Scene Change of Scene Oklahoma LICL Ms SN ee * Oklahoma ” Finale Ultimo.

* (Condensed from orchestral score by Jay S. Blackton)

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Orchestra

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EDWARD RAYNER

(Proprietor: G. FEWSTER)

Consult the Specialist for

PLUMBING — HEATING ELECTRICAL WORK

Vitrolite and Wall Tiling a Speciality

Morley Lane - Milnsbridge Huddersfield

Telephone: Milns 273 (Day) 1821 (Night) Show Room:—17 Market Street, Milnsbridge

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The Story of the Play

ACT I. Scene 1

The curtain rises, and Aunt Eller, a buxom, hearty woman of about fifty is discovered sitting behind a wooden, brass-banded Churn, looking out over the meadow, which is the audience, a contented look on her face, churning to the rhythm of a gentle melody. And, like the sound of the morning, a song comes from somewhere “ Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’ ”—growing louder as the young singer comes nearer. The singer is Curley McClain, a young cowboy, who is in love with Laurey, a girl of very con- _ siderable charm. He has a rival, however, in Jud Fry, a rather “nasty piece of work,” who is a hired hand on the farm. and lives in a miserable smoke house, which was once used for storing meat. He has a strong passion for Laurey, and is not particular in his methods of claiming her favours. We now meet Will Parker, who is in love with Ado Annie Carnes, the daughter of one of the ranchers. Will, thinking he may lose her, sells all the presents he has bought in Kansas City to Ali Hakim, a pedlar man. The pedlar is in a panic as he thinks he will have to. marry Ado Annie, and is most anxious that Will should have fifty dollars, that being the extent of the dowry demanded by Annie’s father before he will consent to Will’s marriage. Laurey has consented to go with Jud to the box social and though she would rather go with Curley, is afraid to tell Jud. Curley goes down

to see Jud in order to persuade him to free Laurey from her promise.

Scene 2

In a comedy scene plus drama in the smoke house, Curley and Jud sing a kind of dirge in which Curley quietly insults Jud and having noticed a strong hook and rope attached to a beam, suggests that Jud hang himself.

Scene 3

To close Act I there is a dream ballet, at the beginning of which the refrain of My Dreams” is sung by Laurey. Curley enters and stands perfectly still. His counterpart in the ballet enters and stands behind him. Laurey’s counterpart follows and stands behind her. The real Laurey and Curley back off, and the ballet is danced by the counterparts. It depicts Laurey, dreaming she is being married to Curley, but as the figures move forward, to Laurey’s amazement it is “Jud” and not “Curley” standing by her side. The long awaited conflict with Jud is now unavoidable. They fight, Curley attempts to shoot Jud, but Jud appears to be invulnerable. Jud throws Curley to the ground, and a fierce fight ensues. The friends of Curley and Laurey run helplessly from side to side. Just when it looks as though Curley is winning, Jud gets a death grip on his throat. Laurey begs him

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Telephone: Milnsbridge 99

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Wet Fish Fresh Daily

THE QUALITY. IS GOOD If you get it at—

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Ham and Bacon a Roast Ham a Speciality

Longwood Gate

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All Enquiries to the Bakery Manager

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‘to release her lover. It is clear from her pantomime that she

will give herself to Jud if he will let Curley go free. Jud drops Curley’s limp body, picks up Laurey and carries her away. She blows a heartbroken kiss over Jud’s shoulder to Curley’s prostrate body. The crowd surrounds Curley, and carry him off. The stage is now dark. A spot picks up the real Laurey being awakened by the real Jud. As she starts to go with him, the real Curley enters expectantly. Jud scowls, and offers her his arm. Remembering the events of her dream, she looks sadly at Curley as she goes off on Jud’s arm. Curley stands alone in the spot, puzzled, dejected and defeated as the curtain falls.

ACT If. Scene 1

The curtain rises to discover the entire company dancing. A party is in progress which eventually becomes rather rough, the rival factions in Oklahoma, the farmers and the cowboys, begin to fight it out. They are stopped by the sound of pistol shots fired by Aunt Eller, who forces them to behave peacefully. There is an auction of hampers, in which Curley and Jud try to outbid each other for Laurey’s hamper. The result is that Curley parts with all his wordly possessions and wins the day. Will Parker gives Annie a lecture on her behaviour with other men, and tells her if she’s going to marry him, it’s got to be “ All er Nothin’.” The scene ends with their dance.

Scene 2. The ranch house kitchen porch Jud Fry follows Laurey and tries to embrace her against her will. She very roundly tells him what she thinks of him, and orders him off the ranch, never to come back. She has at last lost her fear of Jud. He goes off, furious. Curley enters, and rather diffidently asks Laurey to marry him. She consents. The scene ends with a comedy routine as the pedlar says goodbye to Annie and Will Parker, in front of the traveller curtain.

Scene 3. At the back of Laurey’s House

Curley and Laurey have just been married, and there’s a party in progress. Ali Hakim appears and tells everyone that he has been married to Gertie Cummings, a girl with a terrible laugh. He was forced into it by her father’s gun. In the middle of the party, Jud, who has not been seen since Laurey threw him out, turns up, and there is a fight in which he is killed. Cord Elam, a member of the party and a federal marshal, tells Curley he should give himself up. Here Aunt Eller intervenes and suggests that Old Man Carnes, who happens to be the local judge, holds an improvised court on the spot. This is done, and the verdict is given as “Accidental Death,” caused by Jud falling on his own knife. Curley and Laurey depart for their honeymoon in the “ Surrey with the Fringe on Top,” to the sounds of cheering and “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’” sung by the entire company.

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LONGWOOD

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Plasterers -— Slaters -— Pointers — Roof Repairs Chimney Pots — _ AIl kinds of Property Repairs, etc.

16 Holly Bank Road, Lindley

Telephone : Milnsbridge 1520

and 124 Quarmby Road Telephone: Milnsbridge 1254

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Synopsis of Scenery Act I

Scene 1. The Front of Laurey’s Farmhouse. Scene 2. The Smoke House. Scene 3. A Grove on Laurey’s Farm.

Act II

Scene 1. The Skidmore Ranch. Scene 2. Skidmore’s Kitchen Porch. Scene 3. The Back of Laurey’s Farmhouse.

Time: Just after the turn of the Century.

Place: Indian Territory (now Oklahoma).

Stage Staff

Mr. C. Allen Mr. A. Stott Mr. R. Bailey Mrs. A. Stott Mr. F. Haigh Mr. A. Sykes Mr. F. Heathcote Mr. W. H. Sykes Mr. G. Beevers Mr. G. Thornton

Doorkeeper—Mr. L. Wood

Supper Staff

Mrs. P. Allen Mrs. K. Taylor Mrs. I. Haigh Miss H. M. Townend Stewards Mrs. A. Garside Mr. A. Renshaw Mr. W. Taylor Miss K. D. Sanderson

Make-Up and Dresses

Mrs. C. W. Pearson Mr. A. R. Waiting Mrs. A. Marsden Mrs. R. V. Marriss Miss J. M. Ball Mr. R. Marriss Mr. A. Armitage Mrs. G. K. Lockwood Mrs. M. Waiting Mrs. A. Lum

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Dramatis Personae

mint ler ok ee ee a execs PHYLLIS HAIGH DONALD CHARLESWORTH tah aL BAe JOYCE EDMUNDSON CE ele adi ae ene en EDWARD HEVER BRR a NOEL AE i Cha Re ARTHUR MONDAY i li yd ila wi el ed sag nc as DAVID LEECH Wet Cul entre: TERENCE BREARLEY BU ea hed yale wa cede oldies ba secede DAVID MATTIN PK: AMR TT i ely vivian BARBARA STANLEY eR ee ee eee OO er ea KENNETH HOYLE SG i servis ss MARY THOMPSON LL OSI A TA nN MARJORIE BURNS TN oi os Ae sy My ie BETTY CROSLAND EE AOS USERS AOR SN RED ACM MAMAN) MURIEL ELLIS VRE CS, . sae AUDREY WEATHERHEAD so em ee aro ae Rc ERNEST GELDER SA SO yt ae STANLEY ARMITAGE Laurey I ( JOYCE’ MELIA Curly j} in the Ballet } PHILIP TAYLOR mG.) I [ DAVID MATTIN

Ladies’ Chorus

Mrs. M. BURNS Miss J. HEVERS Miss J. SYKES Mrs. B. CROSLAND' Miss C. KAYE Mrs. A. WEATHER- Miss B. DYSON Miss L. KAYE HEAD Miss M. ELLIS Miss B. LEECH Mrs. J. WHITTAKER Mrs. P. HEVERS Miss C. SYKES

Men’s Chorus

Mr. S. ARMITAGE Mr. D. HILEY Mr. R. WHITEHEAD Mr. K. BURNS Mr. D. LEECH Mr. C. WOOD

Mr. M. B. GREEN Mr. A. MONDAY Mr. A. WOODHEAD Mr. H. HAMILTON Mr. P. TAYLOR Mr. E. HEVERS Mr. K. THOMPSON

Dancing Girls

Miss J. BARR Miss J. MELIA Miss B. SCHOFIELD Mrs. E. BOOTH Miss D. SENIOR Miss D. SMITH

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F. B. Hardcastle,

Pharmacist and Dispensing Chemist

203 LUCK LANE, PADDOCK HUDDERSFIELD

Telephone : Huddersfield 1033

Telephone: Milnsbridge 186

HORATIO N. FIRTH

Ironmonger and Plumber

3 MORLEY LANE, MILNSBRIDGE

Hardboard oo Tools — Tiled Fireplaces Fixed

Plumbing Repairs receive immediate attention

INSIST GIN 5 45 I

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F. Balderstone, Esq.

P. H. Balderstone, Esq.

J. Balderstone, Esq. Fred Baldestone, Esq. F. S. Bale, Esq. H. Bailey, Esq. A. Beaumont, Esq. L. Beaumont, Esq. {. Beaumont, Esq. J. M. Beaumont, Esq. Miss P. Bennett Mrs. N. Blakey P. Boothroyd, Esq. Mrs. H. Brammald Miss M. Brearley Mrs. A. Brook H. Brock, Esq. Dr. D. K. Bruce S. Butterfield, Esq. Mrs. A. Carnley Mrs. P. Chapman Mrs. M. Crowther P. Crowther, Esq. Mrs. G. W. Dodson S. B. Dyson, Esq. £. Edwards, Esq. fF. Edmondson, Esq. Mrs. L. Frith Mrs. A. Garside

_E. Gibson, Esq.

Subscribers

T. Gill, Esq. J. HE. Gledhill, Esa. Mrs. E. Gould Mrs. H. Green K. Green, Esq. W. Greenley, Esq. C. Haigh, Esq. O. Haigh, Esq. N. Haigh, Esq. Mrs. D. I. Haigh J. H. Hanson, Esq. R. Hanson, Esq. L. Hardy, Esq. Mrs. H. Harpin H. Hazzlewood, Esq.

Hebblethwaite, Esq.

G; R. Hey, Esq.

Councillor N. Hopkinson J. H. Horstall, Esa. K. Hoyle, Esq. J. Hunter, Esq. A. Lockwood, Esq. J. Liversidge, Esq. A. Lum, Esq. &. A. Marsden, Esq. Councillor J. C. Mellor U. Mellor, Esq. H. Mettrick, Esq. R. L. Moore, Esq.

Mrs. E. L. Morton Mrs. J. E. Murphy Mrs. C. North G. Nutton, Esq. H. Parkinson, Esq. Miss L. Pascoe J, Payne, Esa. Mrs. E. Pearson R. Pollard, Esq. Mrs. W. H. Quarmby G. Raby, Esq. £. Rawcliffe, Esq. A. Reeves, Esq. Mrs. J. Rockett Miss K. D. Sanderson C. Scott, Esq. Mrs. Sheard R. S. Taylor, Esq. E. Thorpe, Esq. Mrs. H. Townend J. Turton, Esq. Mrs. M. S. Waddell Miss A. B. Walker H. Walker, Esq. N. Walker, Esq. Mrs. A. Whiteley G. Wilson, Esq. A. Wood, Esq.

Dances arranged by Hon. Dancing Mistress: Mary Kinloch

Full Orchestra and Music under the direction of Hon. Musical Director: Mr. C. W. Pearson

Costumes by W. A. Homburg Ltd., Leeds Scenery by Dodsworth and Spencer, Bradford Lighting and Effects by Mr. A. Stott

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Announcements

Our Annual Productions can only be assured of success with the great help of our Social Committee.

Your support of the following events, to be held in the Mechanics’ Hall, will be greatly appreciated.

A WHIST DRIVE, SUPPER and DANCE Saturday, November 14th, 1959. Commence 6.30 p.m.

A WHIST DRIVE, SUPPER and DANCE Saturday, January 23rd, 1960. Commence 6.30 p.m.

A WHIST DRIVE, SUPPER and DANCE Saturday, March Sth, 1960. Commence 6.30 p.m.

BOWER & LITTLEWOOD bebe Pehl

Grocery and Confectionery

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Previous

1924 Iolanthe 1925 Falka 1926 Yeomen of the Guard 1927 The Mikado

1928 The Gondoliers The Quaker Girl

1929 Tom Jones

1931 Count of Como The Mikado

1932 Count of Luxembourg

1933 The New Moon — (Two Productions)

1934 The Arcadians 1935 The Marriage Market 1936 Viktoria and her Hussar 1937 Chu Chin Chow

Productions

1938 Betty 1947 Rose Marie Rio Rita 1948 A Waltz Dream 1949 The Desert Song

1950 The New Moon (3rd Production)

1951 The Student Prince 1952 Viktoria and her Hussar

1953 Wild Violets

1954 Pink Champagne 1955 Maritza

1956 Rose Marie 1957 The Quaker Girl 1958 Magyar Melody

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An Appreciation

The Committee take this opportunity of thanking each and every member for their splendid efforts on behalf of this production.

We especially thank our Patrons for their very material help, and the public for their continued generous support; also the business friends who have advertised in this Souvenir.

Last, but not least, may we say a very hearty ‘Thank You’ to our Social Committee for their help the whole year round.

LONGWOOD AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY

Have pleasure in announcing

A CHRISTMAS FAI

IN LONGWOOD MECHANICS’ HALL On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1959

Opener : Councillor Mrs. Whitteron — Chairman: Mrs. G. Cowley Afternoon Tea kindly given by Ladies of Society

Refreshments — Drapery — Gifts — Sweets and

Stationery Stalls

Admission ; 1/6 (including tea)

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OBITUARY

Since our last production the Society has suffered a great loss through the death of Miss M. Fletcher. She was a Founder Mem- ber in 1923 and has served the Society continuously as Hon. Wardrobe Mistress. It is with deep regret that we record her

passing.

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ce WEDDING and BIRTHDAY CAKES made to order

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Orders promptly I 2 Telephone attended to Milns. 1419

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