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Arthur & Olive NEWDICK held a dance Epsom, Auckland 1932

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Arthur Thomas NEWDICK (1890-1942)
- born in Thames, Coromandel
- 1 of 12 children of Phillip NEWDICK & Phoebe CONNON
- married in 1923 to:
Olive Jean INGLIS (1892-1961)
- Olive was a daughter of Thomas & Bridget Mary INGLIS

3 August 1832

Mr and Mrs Arthur Newdick, of Goldsmith Road, Epsom, gave a dance at their residence on Thursday evening in honour of the birthday of Mr S. Ward, Richmond Road.
The reception room and lounge were used for dancing, large bowls of wattle and arum lilies and high stands of daffoldils being used in decoration. The drawing and dining rooms, also the supper table, were arranged with high vases of irises, cornflowers and flat bowls of primroses.
Musical items were interspersed with the dancing

Mrs NEWDICK received her guests in a Honiton lace appligued with black taffeta

Mrs A. BELLWOOD wore black Mechlin lace

Mrs T. BRIARS, powder blue silk lace

Miss Kathleen COOPER, floral embossed georgette

Mrs D'ARTHS, black ninon and velvet

Miss Marjorie DUNCAN, lemon and green taffeta

Mrs L. HAMMOND, black Mechlin ace

Mrs L. ROBINSON, salmon pink georgette and lace

Mrs J. SHAW, black Chantilly lace

Mrs WARD wore ivory georgette and glace silk

Arthur Thomas Newdick died 17 Feb 1942 aged 52
- he was a Butter Merchant
- his ashes were interred COLUMBARIUM NICHE WALL VLT Row Vlt, Plot VL at Waikumete cemetery, Auckland
16 Feb 1942 TROTTING SMASH - EIGHT HORSES CLASH As a result of a sensational smash in the Papakura Handicap, the concluding event at the Auckland Trotting CLub's meeting on Saturday, three drivers, one in a dangerous condition are in the Auckland Hospital. They are:- Mr Arthur Thomas Newdick, aged 51, butter merchant, married, of 5 Goldsmith Street, Epsom; serious injuries to head and fracture of the right arm; condition dangerous. Mr Newdick has raced, trained and driven his own horses in the trotting sport over a number of years. He is a well-known butter merchant of the city and among the horses he has raced are, First Carbine, Moneymaker, Grey Peter, Ruby Huon, Great Fame, Dan Direct, Rio Grande, Dick Redmond, Fisher, Satinbird and Moko Direct {... more at above link}

Olive Jean Newdick died 20 Sep 1961 aged 69
- she was cremated at Waikumete, Auckland

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