Ahipara News

The Northland Age - - Local Life / Opinion -

Vis­it­ing Te Neke over the past week have been Mrs. Bul­lock and her son and daugh­ter of Auck­land and the Messrs. Tick­ner of Hast­ings.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pure had their son Ir­win, nephew Martin Subritzky, Ge­orge Te Moni, all of Auck­land, and their sis­ter Mrs. Betty Po­mare, of Whangarei, stay over the week­end.

Vis­it­ing Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wil­liams of Wainui were Mr. and Mrs. Panau Wil­liams, Den­nis Wil­liams, Dale Roberts, their son Jacob, all of Te Atatu, and Mr. Tahu Wil­liams, of Otara.

Mr. and Mrs. Bob­bie Roberts of Gis­borne vis­ited Wainui last week, and on Mr. Roberts’ re­turn home, he was ac­com­pa­nied by his sis­ter, Mrs. Sarah Waitai, who returned to her home in Otara.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Candy of Pa­pakura are stay­ing for a week with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hors­ford. Ahipara News

Mr. and Mrs. Saint, of Hen­der­son, are now re­sid­ing in the dis­trict and are in the home of Mr. Tom Wil­son.

We re­gret to in­form that Mrs. Gordon Clark is an in­mate in the Kaitaia Hos­pi­tal. Last Tues­day Mr. Keith Bracey, of Town and Around, with his pho­tog­ra­phers, vis­ited the Ahipara Fire Party, and in­ter­viewed the Women’s sec­tion. Un­der the su­per­vi­sion of Fire Chiefs Mr. Garth Beat­son and Mrs. Jackie Saunders, a demon­stra­tion was given by mem­bers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Beat­son.

TV view­ers will be able to see this dis­play prob­a­bly next week on Town and Around.

— May 2, 1969

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