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The Nelson Photo News




Four Generations

The Fanciest Leg in Town



Mrs C. Schroder, of 8 Natalie Street, celebrated her 89th birthday with a gathering of friends and relatives last month. We snapped her with her daughter, Mrs M. Collins (back left), her grand-daughter, Mrs B. Petterson, and her great-grand-daughter, Anne Petterson.


For two months, Neil Barratt has to keep his right leg in plaster. And for that, he can blame a moth. He jumped 6ins off the floor to swipe a moth and ended up with a severed tendon. But what a gorgeous leg he's going to have after Zoe Wallace finishes with him.


Mr Stan Davison receives his poppy from Mrs Zena Pearce after he had made his donation to the R.S.A. Poppy Day appeal. In the background is Mrs Ruena Bulow.


A cheque for $208 was the practical way chosen by the Tasman Car Scramble Club to say "thanks" to the Nelson St. John Ambulance Division for attending the stock car meetings at Appleby. A special meeting was held for this purpose. Presenting the cheque to Divisional Officer Ken Watts is Len Harrop (chief marshal) and at right is Clint Carter, and left, Mrs Ann Harrop.