Te Karere . ns and their associations in Re-efy. Primarys part in the Hui Tau came with the presentation of a programme on Friday evening with its MissionBoard and some of the children par-ticipating. This years Hui Tan was unique in having three Mission Presidents inattendance. President and Sister Ott-ley, President and Sister Ball if, andPresident and Sister Charles V. I.il-jen<|u;sf, of the Australian Mission,all gave inspiring talks. The othermembers of the Xew Zealand M Presidency, Elder Ge< rge R. B • and Elder Joseph Hay and their also gave important mess in attendance. Other spe

Te Karere . ns and their associations in Re-efy. Primarys part in the Hui Tau came with the presentation of a programme on Friday evening with its MissionBoard and some of the children par-ticipating. This years Hui Tan was unique in having three Mission Presidents inattendance. President and Sister Ott-ley, President and Sister Ball if, andPresident and Sister Charles V. I.il-jen<|u;sf, of the Australian Mission,all gave inspiring talks. The othermembers of the Xew Zealand M Presidency, Elder Ge< rge R. B • and Elder Joseph Hay and their also gave important mess in attendance. Other spe Stock Photo
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Te Karere . ns and their associations in Re-efy. Primarys part in the Hui Tau came with the presentation of a programme on Friday evening with its MissionBoard and some of the children par-ticipating. This years Hui Tan was unique in having three Mission Presidents inattendance. President and Sister Ott-ley, President and Sister Ball if, andPresident and Sister Charles V. I.il-jen<|u;sf, of the Australian Mission, all gave inspiring talks. The othermembers of the Xew Zealand M Presidency, Elder Ge< rge R. B • and Elder Joseph Hay and their also gave important mess in attendance. Other speakers from the Hui Tan Board, the ( trict officers and other positions added to the spirituality of the general 5€S- -! Us. With such a tremendous underlas the planning and can such a large programme as the HuiTau requires, it is difficult to placethe thanks and appreciation t<- all who , it. To the Hui Tau B.? r, and the M • rude of the v. for the best Hui Tau ever. 140 TE KARERE Me 91 armenaires. Left to right: Elder Scott, Elder Hulshoff, Elder Ottley, Elder Hancey. Combining talents into a harmoniousfoursome, Elder Harold J. Scott, Morgan, Utah, Elder Gary D. Hul-shoff, Los Angeles, California, ElderJerold D. Ottley, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Elder K. LaVor Hancey, Woods Cross, Utah, all labouring inAuckland District, organized to singat a funeral last September. For thenext few months they sang at severalfunerals and before long were sing-ing at branch and district functions. The event that influenced them tocontinue their quartette was the requestthat they sing for the MIA-Maticplay at the Mutual Improvement As-sociation leadership meeting on De-cember 4th, at which they sang songsfrom the Recreational Song Book. One of the purposes of continuing tosing together was to show the value of using the blue Mymn book. Most of their songs were taken directlyfrom that book or arranged andadapted from it by Elder Ottley. Oneof the most delightful of their present-ations was

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