Home' Central District Times : December 6th 2011 Contents 9
CENTRAL DISTRICT TIMES, DECEMBER 6, 2011
P.O. Box 211, TAIHAPE
Chris and Marion Bennett:
Phone (06) 388-0452
Dignified, personal service
All areas, 24 hours.
Local monumental agents
Pre-paid and pre-arranged
funeral plans available.
WANGANUI EYECARE CENTRE
ROSS HARDEY – Optometrist
Next visit at OHAKUNE PLUNKET ROOMS is
Wednesday 7th December
Please note – appointments telephone
(0800) 4 eyesight
(0800) 439 374
Verna and her family
would like to say
thank you for the
baking and flowers
following the very
sad loss of Neil.
Many thanks to St
Johns, the Police, also
I am so pleased I live
in a very caring
Please accept this as
61 Hautapu St, Taihape • Phone 06 388 0639
Local 2012 Calendar
ON SALE NOW
IN TIME FOR
May the winds of love
blow softly and
whisper for you both
How much we love
and miss you as it
draws another sad
Sad is our hearts that
love you and many
tears still fall,
Living our lives
without you is the
hardest part of all.
Love you forever
JUDD — WELSH
Dennis and Charmaine Judd
of Taihape are delighted to
announce the engagement
of their son Stephen, to
Nicola Welsh, daughter of
Peter and Lynette Welsh,
NOW ON SPECIAL
The Bernette range of
sewing machines start at
The Bernina 550QE is
$4699 with a 10 year
There is a superb
selection of overlockers
starting from $599.
Plus there is 20% off all
Bernina and Bernette
feet and accessories
For more specials
contact your local
Mrs Alma Herbert
(06) 388 1202
06 388 0639
We pay a minimum
$500 - $5000
For Toyota Hiace, Hilux,
Landcruiser, Surf, Townace,
$300 – $5000
TRUCKS - VANS -
UTES & 4X4S $100 – $3000
0800 313 717
WE PAY TOP $$$
Any trucks big or small
Damaged - Dead or Alive
*Don’t worry WE BUY IT!
All Makes & Models
*conditions apply (selected items only)
WANTED CARS & TRUCKS
have top scrub cutting
gang. Also top team of
fencers. Own quads, good
rates. For enquiries please
ring Lacy Contracts 06
387 5097 or 021 071 7534.
0800 33 33 98
We pay from $450 to $10,000
for dead or alive
Trucks ■ Vans
4x4s ■ Utes ■ Tractors
Free Removal 24/7
THREE bedroom house,
and two bedroom house
Taihape Township, Rural
home with 3 acres, Phone
Tom 06 388 0999.
SLEEPOUT or office, 2.4 x
2.6, transported to your
place. From $46.00p/w.
Outa Space Cabins 027
Feasibility Study - Short Term Res earc h Contract –to identify options
to overcome barriers /gaps in information and/or social ser vic e prov isi on
in Taihape and district - for the ‘ Taihape Connections’ project.
• design survey for face to face interviews with families/households
• design explanatory flyer for distribution to existing service providers
• follow up on referrals from ex isting ser vic e prov iders
• undertake inter views with hous eholds/individuals
• wri te up and repor t on sur vey results by 29 Februar y 2012.
Fur ther i nformation available from Eli zabeth Mor tland - 06 388 1307-
Submit CV + coveri ng letter to TCDT, Box 25, Taihape
or l eave at Informati on C entre, by 4.30pm Tuesday 20 December 2011.
A good remuneration package is offered.
• NEWS • ADVERTISING
• PHOTOGRAPH ORDERS
06 388 0639
TEACHER AIDE / LIBRARY
30 HOURS PER WEEK
Do you enjoy working with children and would like
to work as part of a team?
We have a fixed term Teacher Aide/ Librarian
position for someone who is able to support
teaching programmes and curriculum delivery
while working within a classroom, provide specific
support to an individual student and to undertake
library duties. Experience in these areas would be an
The successful applicant will begin their
employment on Monday 30th January 2012.
For further information please contact the Principal
on 06 388 0557 or email@example.com
Applications close 12pm Tuesday 13th December
Please send a letter of applicationand the name of two
9224 Turakina Valley Road
Syndicate Lotto win
Steve Cross of Taihape’s Lotto and
Video shop Spacey’s has good
reason to smile. A Taihape syndi-
cate won the Lotto second division
draw on Saturday November 26.
The winnings were claimed the
day after, netting the syndicate
Although not an unusual gift,
Lotto tickets make great presents.
TAIHAPE BRIDGE RESULTS – NOV 28
Clark Cup: North/South 1st
Graeme Gibbs and Cindy Gibbs
61.31 per cent. 2nd Susan Marshall
and Janenne Oates 55.36 per cent.
3rd Vicky Devane and Viv Mick-
leson 53.27 per cent.
East/West 1st Peter Batley and
Rita Batley 65.77 per cent. 2nd
Marian Cleaver and Allison
Thomas 55.06 per cent. 3rd Cath-
erine Anderson and Michael
Anderson 52.98 per cent.
Online form available
for council queries
When requiring anything from the
Rangitikei District Council, people
with internet access should use the
online Fix-It-Form, says Taihape
Community Board chairman
The form, available at rangiti-
gives people the opportunity to
inform council if there is something
they need help with, want to give
feedback on, think needs council’s
attention, or would like to know
‘‘If there is something that needs
to be dealt with immediately, such
as a burst water main, please call
0800 422 522,’’ Mr Gordon says.
Alternatively, people should
contact the Taihape Service Centre
in the town hall, during office
Drop in or phone 06 388 0604.
TAIHAPE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
Taihape Horticultural Society
November bloom table results:
Unusual – 1st Mrs E Strange, dark
peonia. 2nd Mrs N Hancock, tril-
lium cernum. 3rd Mrs N Hancock,
asphodel. Premier – 1st Mrs W
Smith, peonia white. 2nd Mrs M
Gilbert, rose birthday present. 3rd
Mrs E Strange, red peonia. Cluster
1st Mr J Howard, viburnum
plicatum rosacea. 2nd Mr L
Rowlands, spirea van houteii. 3rd
Mrs M Gilbert, syringa josiflexa
bellicent. Special – succulents - 1st
Mrs Elisabeth Riley, 2nd Mrs Ava
Woolaston, 3rd Mrs M Gilbert.
Fruit and vegetables – 1st Mrs M
Gilbert, 2nd Mrs A Mould.
Snippet from Mangaweka School’s
new play: One o’clock, two o’clock,
three o’clock ROCK.
Yes, it’s rock’n’roll time with the
Mangaweka School’s 2011 pro-
duction Little Red Rockin Hood.
Join the cast – the whole school –
at the Mangaweka Hall on
Thursday December 8 at 6.30pm
and meet a whole lot of colourful
characters such as the wolf called
Nellie, in dark sunglasses and blue
Be bopa lula – lam bam boom!
Golfers tee off
By IN THE ROUGH
The Christmas Cheer golf tourna-
ment was a successful event with
about 90 players participating,
including New Zealand Golf Open
starter Hamish Robertson.
Although the overcast conditions
threatened, the weather was kind
to the players with only a few drops
of rain and, at times, gusty wind.
The course was in good condition
with the greens on the slow side
and the rough fair, but penalising
Results – Ladies: Helen Dick-
ens Gross 87.
Stableford Ngaire Bond, Denise
Millner 41, Stephanie Dickens 39,
Jacqui Burgess 38, Marian Cleaver
37, Karen Clarke 36, Ann Bird,
Allison Thomas 34.
Junior men – Robert Cleaver,
Marty Crafar, John Gilbert 41.
Ritchie Troon 40. Tom Power 39.
Allan Cherry 36. Pat Hibbs, John
McKinnon, Nev Ashton, Chris
Clarke, Dion Hooper 35.
Intermediate men – Peter
Mickleson, Cam Robertson 38.
Nathan Maher 37, Danny Mick-
leson, Jimmy Mickleson, Denis
McKenzie, Nick McGuinn 35.
Bruce Maher, Paul Renwicks, Rich-
ard Millner, Briany Bristol 34.
Senior men – Gross – Matt
Thomas 72, Gary Thomas 40, Alan
Thomas 38, Kerry Wells 37, Duane
Dick, Koke Cashell, Garry Cleaver
36. Kevin O’Brien, Rex Harding 35.
Twos M Booth (6), G Cleaver, C
Robertson, Steph Dickens (8). D
Millner (12). K Wells, B Denton
(14). H Robertson, B McDermott
Novelties: Nearest Pin Denise
Millner, Trevor Burnard, John
Sole, Danny Mickleson, Helen
Best second shots: Marian
Cleaver, Rex Harding, Aaron
Couchman, Duane Dixon.
Best third shots: Jacqui Burgess,
Doug Goodley, Briany Bristol,
Links Archive November 29th 2011 December 13th 2011 Navigation Previous Page Next Page