It represented a young lady called Jacky, and had been taken at the time when young ladies called Jacky were often photographed with their mouths open.
Yes, Jacky was past her prime, whatever that prime may have been.
Her secret being at last given to the world, and the name of the lady-friend being even adumbrated, Jacky made no further experiments in the difficult and tiring art of conversation.
To all his moods Jacky remained equally indifferent.
Jacky ate contentedly enough, occasionally looking at her man with those anxious eyes, to which nothing else in her appearance corresponded, and which yet seemed to mirror her soul.
He played badly and vulgarly, but the performance was not without its effect, for Jacky said she thought she'd be going to bed.
Enjoying the day were friends Emily Jaros, 20, Ricky Williams, 21 and Jacky
Willey, 21, who had commandeered a shopping trolley to help them celebrate finishing their final year.
Mention women's football in Namibia and two names automatically come to mind: Jacky
Gertze, the Women's Desk Coordinator at the National Football Association (NFA), and Jacqui Shipanga, Director of the NFA Women's Desk and head coach of the three national women's football teams: Under 17, Under 20 and the Brave Gladiators.