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