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Letter to Miss Warburton of the Womens War Service Auxiliary of Palmerston North, asking if the Auxiliary can serve supper at the camp of the Second Prevost Company. Signed by J R Hardie.

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January 19, 1943

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Correspondence from the A. N. A. Club
New Zealand Military Forces correspondence
Mayors Office correspondence
New Zealand Military Forces correspondence
Women’s House Committee, A.N.A. Club correspondence
ANZAC Day Parade and Memorial Service
1st Hawkes Bay Regiment, Woodville Racecourse
Womens War Service Auxiliary correspondence
ANZAC Day Commemoration Service order of service
Army personnel
Home Guard, Aokautere
Australian Airforce NCO's visit Ohakea

A. N. A. CLUB
[ARMY, NAVY, AIRFORCE]

PALMERSTON NORTH

A. E. MANSFORD, ESQ.
CHAIRMAN

J. R. HARDIE ESQ.
HON. SECRETARY

BALLROOM, 72 GEORGE ST.
PHONE 5976
CLUB ROOMS AND HOSTEL,
64 BROADWAY,
PHONE 7097
P.O. BOX 614

January 19th 1943.

Miss Warburton,
Women's War Service Auxiliary,
PALMERSTON NORTH.

Dear Madam,

I am instructed by my Committee to forward here-
with communication from Captain Maule of the Second Prevost
Company in which he inquires regarding securing the help of
ladies to service supper at their Camp, and to advise you that
the matter has been referred to your Association for its
consideration.

Would you kindly forward your reply direct to Captain
Maule?

Yours faithfully,
J.R. Hardie
Secretary.

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