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"City Council Float for Tomorrow" - Floral Festival

"City Council Float for Tomorrow" - Floral Festival

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 21 February 1958, page 6: "Much work has been involved in the construction of the City Council float for the floral procession tomorrow. Here (from left), Mesdames V. Watt, M. Eccleston, D. Saggers and D. Heggie are placing blooms in position. "

 
Part of Floral Festival Parade

Part of Floral Festival Parade

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 22 February 1958, page 8: "The float of the reserves department of the Palmerston North City Council, which was part of the Floral festival this afternoon. It was built to represent a children's playground with a swing, a see-saw and a slide."

 
"Christmas Mail Rush"

"Christmas Mail Rush"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 December 1962, "Twenty-five extra staff are at present helping the terrific flow of Christmas mail in the mail-room of the Palmerston North Post Office. There are six extra sorters and 19 boys are helping postmen with the second class mail. The photograph shows the scene in the mailroom yesterday morning."

Creator
Date
December 19, 1962
 
"Christmas Party Group"

"Christmas Party Group"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 17 December 1962, "No children's Christmas party would be complete without Santa Claus to distribute presents. At the combined Buffalo Lodges philanthropic committee's party held for 48 orphan children on Saturday, eyes grew wide with delight when he appeared. Here they are pictured with Santa and his two "clowns" who helped organise games and surprises."

Creator
Date
December 17, 1962
 
"Father Christmas at 'Evening Standard'"

"Father Christmas at 'Evening Standard'"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 17 December 1962, "Last Saturday night Father Christmas paid a visit to the Band Hall in Botanical Road where the children of the staff of the "Manawatu Evening Standard" enjoyed thier annual Christmas party. To the delight of the children, Father Christmas arrived in the office van which was gaily decorated with balloons and streamers. Above are some of the 47 children present, after opening their presents." [This was not the image that ran in the newspaper, but is a similar image, taken from the same angle.]

Creator
Date
December 17, 1962
 
"League of Mothers Christmas Party"

"League of Mothers Christmas Party"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 02 December 1960 "Mrs. G..G. Hancox, the secretary of the League of Mothers, cutting the Christmas cake during the annual party at the Scottish Centre yesterday. Also in the photograph are Mrs. H. Henderson (first president of the league), Mrs. G.M. Rennie (Mayoress), and Mrs. L.E. Matthews (vice-president)."

Creator
Date
December 2, 1960
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Townswomen's Guild Christmas Party"

"Townswomen's Guild Christmas Party"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 November 1960 "Mrs. Dawick, patroness of the Townswomen's Guild, smiles with pride and pleasure as she makes the first cut of the Christmas cake at the annual Christmas celebrations held on Monday afternoon. With her is Mrs Robson, who celebrates her 91st birthday next month, and Mrs. G. Robertson (right), president of the guild."

Creator
Date
November 29, 1960
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Close Head Measured at Manawatu Green" Bowls

"Close Head Measured at Manawatu Green" Bowls

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 13 February 1961: "W. Creed arrives at the true allocation of points for a head as he measures distances of bowls from the jack during the Arnott Shield bowls held during the weekend. The photograph was taken on the Manawatu Club's green. The skips of the two teams competing in the head are standing on the left. They are A. Stevenson and G. Clifford." Daniel William (Bill) Creed who lived in Palmerston North from 1928 until his death in 1975

 
"Successful Maori Girls" Competition Winners

"Successful Maori Girls" Competition Winners

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 05 November 1958: "The Maori girls recently won the competition at Wellington consisting of long pois, action songs and the aggregate points section. They are members of the Ngati-Tana Maori Club, of Palmerston North."

Creator
Date
November 5, 1958
 
"Maori Setting for Princess Kahu" Candidates for Carnival Queen

"Maori Setting for Princess Kahu" Candidates for Carnival Queen

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 27 February 1961 "Princess Kahu, representing the Maori community in the queen carnival, had her float decorated with Maori motifs in the procession on Saturday night. She is shown with her attendants."

Creator
Date
February 27, 1961
 
"Inter-School Cricket" Boys' High versus Wanganui Technical College

"Inter-School Cricket" Boys' High versus Wanganui Technical College

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 December 1958: "The last two batsmen of the Palmerston North Boys' High School first XI leaving the field followed by the Wanganui Technical College after the local side's dismissal for 69 in the annual cricket match played in Palmerston North today."

 
"Intermediate School Sports"

"Intermediate School Sports"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 11 December 1958: "The Palmerston North Intermediate School sports were held at Memorial Park yesterday. This is the finish of the girls' house race, 12 to 13 years, 100 yards. First, second and third as follows were: Phillipa Falconer (Rangitāne), Shirley Richards (Tangaroa) and Shirley Agate (Arataki)."

 
"Inter-Island Smallbore Rifle Shooting"

"Inter-Island Smallbore Rifle Shooting"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on May 31 1958, page 10: "This weekend smallbore rifle clubs have gathered at Palmerston North for the North vs. South Island championship shoot. This photograph shows some of the contestants in the first 10-shot shoot of the day. From left are: K. McDowell (Wellington), R. Weston (Christchurch), who is using a Hammill rifle, bolt action (Swiss made), the only one of its kind in the championships, and N. A. Rees (Palmerston North)"

 
"Interest in Window Display Material" Tigers

"Interest in Window Display Material" Tigers

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 June 1961 "Two life-like tigers caused considerable interest in Main Street when they were being unloaded from a truck. They are to be used for a window display. Bystanders looked on, but kept their distance just in case."

 
"Inspection of Parade at Ohakea"

"Inspection of Parade at Ohakea"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 21 October 1958: "Prior to the presentation of the first station badge at the R.N.Z.A.F. station at Ohakea this morning the Chief of the Air Staff (Air Vice Marshal M.E. Calder) inspected the ceremonial parade accompanied by Wing Commander D.F. St. George, D.F.C, A.F.C., the station commander."

 
"Inspecting the Damage" - Pascal Street Sub-station Explosion

"Inspecting the Damage" - Pascal Street Sub-station Explosion

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 June 1958, page : "G. Eastham, who is partly obscured by K. Wynkes, endeavours to pull the switchboard out to obtain a better view of the damaged area of the Pascal Street sub-station following the explosion this morning. Oil was splattered over the floor."

 
"Ingenious Household Orchestra" Good Companions Club Christmas Party

"Ingenious Household Orchestra" Good Companions Club Christmas Party

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 05 December 1958: "Considerable preparation and ingenuity went into compiling the "orchestra" which formed one of the items presented by the Good Companions' Club for its Christmas party on Wednesday. The "musicians" of the "orchestra" are, from left to right: Pianist, using an inverted ironing board; banjo, a frying pan; xylophonist, bottles and pot lids; cellist, washing basket on a broom stick; violinist, household saw; double bass, washing basket low down on a broomstick; and harpist, oven trays."

 
"In the Christmas Corner" Decorations Made by Students for Gala Day

"In the Christmas Corner" Decorations Made by Students for Gala Day

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 01 December 1958: "This little girl was one of the many visitors to the West End School's gala day on Saturday. She is feeling the Christmas decorations made by the pupils of the school in the Christmas corner."

 
"In Charge of Air Communications" Ohakea

"In Charge of Air Communications" Ohakea

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 November 1958: "Nothing is left to chance when an R.N.Z.A.F. flight is arranged. Here L.A.C. W. Meldrum, a woman signaller on the staff at Ohakea, is seen at the radio control panel just before the Comet II took off on its North Island demonstration flight yesterday."

 
"In Case of Emergency" - Forest Service

"In Case of Emergency" - Forest Service

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 22 February 1958, page 8: "The emergency crew of the New Zealand Forest Service receive instruction in the use of a new type of portable water pump during a training exercise held at the Hokowhitu Lagoon yesterday."

 
"Important Amenity Added to School" - Ashhurst School Pool

"Important Amenity Added to School" - Ashhurst School Pool

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 17 February 1958, page 6: "Although the baths at the Ashhurst School have been in use for some time, the official opening was held on Saturday. Here the chairman of the Wanganui Education Board (Mr. H.W. Brown) cuts the tape across the baths to show that they have now the official recognition of the board."

 
"Hurray! School is Finished" Students Leaving Intermediate Normal School on Their Bikes

"Hurray! School is Finished" Students Leaving Intermediate Normal School on Their Bikes

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 December 1958: "That is what these boys appear to be saying, but they seem to forget that there is next year yet. They are pupils of the Intermediate Normal School."

 
"hunting for the Elusive Ice" at Memorial Park Duck Pond

"hunting for the Elusive Ice" at Memorial Park Duck Pond

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 05 June 1961 "The frost today had many people wondering how far away the snow and ice was. Small boys in Memorial Park this morning were taking advantage of the holiday to see if any ice existed in the small lake. They hunted and poked around with sticks, but found nothing."

 
"How Kia Toa Won the Line-Outs"- Rugby

"How Kia Toa Won the Line-Outs"- Rugby

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 May 1958, page 9: "The Kia Toa and Manawatu line-out specialist, W. Hearn, reaches far greater height than any of his team mates or opponents in a match between Old Boys and Kia Toa at the Oval on Saturday. Kai Toa won more than their share of the ball from set play and kept the speedy Old Boys team in check. The game ended in a 6-all draw."

 
"How It Is Done" Students Visit Printing Press

"How It Is Done" Students Visit Printing Press

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24 October 1958: "Teachers' College students visited a printing establishment in the city and watched how the printing world functioned. Here are a number of students watching Mr. J.C. Forward, a machine foreman, prepare a publication."

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