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Upper Hutt Leader : August 31st 2011
13 UPPER HUTT LEADER, AUGUST 31, 2011 NEWS *Catalogue terms & conditions apply. FLO6664 NO INTEREST NO PAYMENTS FOR 12 MONTHS!** ON PURCHASES $1000 AND OVER QUALITY UNDERLAY, QUALITY CARPET & IN NS ST TALL LA ATION F FROM JUST $3500* ROM JU UST on a 3 bedroom home requiring 23 broadloom metres **12 months no payments and no interest is available on purchases $1,000 and over. Q Card lending criteria, fees, and terms and conditions apply. See flooringxtra.co.nz for details. 22 Pine Ave, Upper Hutt t: 04 939 3524 f: 04 939 3525 e: email@example.com www.flooringxtra.co.nz 3972220AA 3994449AA EAR WAX REMOVAL SERVICE Hearing Association Wellington EarWaxis removed by Micro Suction Method Registered Nurses under take the procedure Cost only $40.00 (Lowest cost in Wellington) Easy Parking 16 Kent Tce, Courtenay Place, Wellington Book for an appointment by phoning 384-7017 For all your HOME LOAN NEEDS! Helen Wilkes 04-939 6058 76 Gibbons Street, Upper Hutt 2881327AG 80 years young Milestone marked: Val Foulkes, left, and Doreen Cutfield do the honours when St Mary's Anglican Church Silverstream marked the 80-year milestone since the first church building was built on the hill in Terminus St. Mrs Foulkes has been a parishioner for almost half that time and Mrs Cutfield's husband, the late John Cutfield, was a former vestryman and co- builder of the present enlarged St Mary's. The cake was made and decorated by another parishioner, sugarcraft judge Sandra Wales. St Mary's Anglican Church celebrated 80 years serving the parish, during the annual Patronal Festival recently. The original four acres of land was pur- chased from Mr W G Gard in 1919, the original intention being to build a church primary school there. When the Education Department, after much lobbying from the locals, decided to open Silverstream School in 1924, a church room was built instead. It was completed and dedicated by Bishop Sprott in 1931. The Napier Earthquake occurred dur- ing its construction period, but church reports at the time say that although severely shaken, no damage was subsequently detected in the structure. With good ecumenical co-operation, many of the bricks it was made from were left over from the just-completed St Patrick's Catholic boys' school across the main road. The church room was added to in 1960 and by 1978 was too small and the old building was demolished to make way for the present church, dedicated in 1997 and consecrated in 1984 by the current bishop, Tom Brown. In 2001 another Patronal Festival cel- ebrated the dedication of a new hall adjoining the church. Part of the land was given to the coun- cil for a road, which was earlier known as Gard St, but the city council has since included it in Terminus St. Confidence key to style Confidence is the key to real style'' is the message women attending an Upper Hutt Baptist Church event on Saturday will be told. Do you sometimes say I've got nothing to wear,'' even though you are staring at a wardrobe full of clothes? A women's event aims to provide some answers to the familiar problem. Guest speaker Amilie Taylor Paynter runs a business assisting women de-stress and redress''. After gaining a bachelor of design (fashion) and a diploma in fashion design and technology, the Upper Hutt resident worked in the competitive fashion industry in New Zealand and in Britain. Her aim is to show clients how to minimise their challenging areas and bring all the attention to their best features. Style is neither following the current trends nor wearing clothes that make you feel uncomfort- able. Style is about finding a fit' that suits the natural flow of your body . . . it's not about rules but begins with a sense of who you are and your self-confidence,'' says Paynter. She encourages people to use what they already have in their wardrobes and not to focus solely on changing their body. As a new mum, she now has a new appreciation of what women mean when they say their bodies have slightly changed shape after having babies. Trust your Style will finish with a dainty and delectable'' supper. It will be at Upper Hutt Baptist Church, corner Milton St and Fergusson Dr on Saturday, September 3, at 7.15pm. Tickets, $15, from the church office at 3 Milton St and limited sales on the night.
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