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The Gisborne Photo News



Pot Pourri

See How They Learn

Next month, from June 18 to 24, the Free Kindergarten National Publicity Week will be held. In Gisborne many activities are planned, with displays in various locations around the city to give parents, and the public in general, a real insight into kindergarten work. The big attraction will be two working sessions in the now empty shop next to K.K.K. Ltd on Friday, June 22.

On Leave

Birthday Calls


Four youngsters from the Waikirikiri Free Kindergarten who are looking forward to the week are, from left, Raulston Nikora, Helen Hart, Darren Cooper and Eddie Gray.


Back in Gisborne recently was Rana Hiha who is now a prison officer at the Invercargill Borstal Institution. Rana, who has given 2½ years service to date, and was born and bred in Gisborne, was formerly a clerk with the Ministry Of Works in this city.


The Old Folk's Association held another very happy monthly meeting in the Bright Street Hall on May 3. Seven members received the birthday call and they are pictured with Mrs K. Torrie, the retiring president. From left,' in front: Mesdames C. Wells, N. Parkinson, G. Hooper, E. Jenkins and H. Shepherd. At back are Mrs Torrie, Mrs R. Pearce (vice-president) and Mrs H. R. Phin.