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|Title:||Gosford District Hospital Cherry Blossom Ball Pictures||Authors:||Central Coast Express||Issue Date:||20-Oct-1965||Abstract:||Article regarding Gosford District Hospital Staff in the Central Coast Express Newspaper, 20th October 1965. No title. Images: See description||Description:||Article comprising pictures from the Gosford District Hospital Cherry Blossom Ball. Image 1 caption: "The prize-winning table at the Cherry Blossom Ball depicted an "October Tea House". It was decorated with pink and silver candles and arrangements of orchids and prunus leaves, under an awning of fresh bamboos. Hostesses to the party were Sister Marie Lowndes (second from left) and Sister Beverly Love (second from right at back). The competition was judged by Dr. and Mrs. Alistair Paul" Image 2 caption: Above: Those in the official party at the Cherry Blossom all at the Dwyer Pavilion on Friday night were, back row, Inspector Frank Worrell, Dr. Alistair Paul, Mr. Ron Matthews, Mr. Neville Boyce, Mr. Harry Craft, Mr. Ted Humphries and Mr. Bill Maxwell, and front row, L r., Mrs. Worrell, Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Paul, Mrs. Boyce, Mrs. Humphries, Matron I. Inskip, Mrs. Vaughan and Mrs. Maxwell." Image 3 caption: "At Right: Ballgoers were greeted at the door by three hostesses in traditional Japanese dress, Val Norley, of Cessnock, Barbara Fowler, of Valentine in Newcastle, and Maria Keetman of Umina. All three girls are first year nurses at Gosford District Hospital." Image 4: "Below: Photographed while dancing were Miss Noela Wallace and Mr. Pat Hilbert, both of Gosford. Noela, who is a third year nurse in Sydney, chose a slimming blue gown of Chinese brocade, which was floor-length."||URI:||https://elibrary.cclhd.health.nsw.gov.au/cclhdjspui/handle/1/681||Publicaton type:||Memorabilia||Subject:||Newspaper Articles;Staff;Nursing|
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