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RONGOTAI Boys College - LADIES AUXILLARY 1938

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In March 1938 the LADIES' AUXILIARY of the
RONGOTAI BOYS COLLEGE held their annual meeting in the college gymnasium. There was a very large attendance and an invitation was extended to all present to join the auxiliary. It was stated that it was the earnest wish of the committee to enlist the sympathy and help of all mothers of pupils and that the prospects for the coming years work were very good as the new committee elected showed the same keenness as that characterised y the committees of previous years.

Mr Fritz Martyn RENNER, headmaster, thanked the president secretary, conveners and friends for their untiring efforts in connection with the college and urged the auxiliary to strengthen the committee and stil further to make an earnest endeavour to bring more friends to each meeting.

The election of officers resulted as follows:
* PRESIDENT - Mrs BRUCE (re-elected)

* VICE PRESIDENTS - Mesdame F. Martyn RENNER, HOGARTH-GILL, BRADSTOCK, F. R. RENNER and CUNDY

* HON SECRETARY * TREASURER - Mrs BELL (re-elected)

* CONVENERS - Mesdams ROSSITER (Haitaitai), MANSFORD (Kilbirnei, MORTON (Lyall Bay), WRAY (Miramar), BALL (Rongotai), PRAIN-AMBLER, TURVEY, HOGARTH-GILL, EASTERBROOK-SMITH

* COMMITTEE Mesdames:
BASTINGS
KING
BROWN
HOWES
SANDERS
BOWMAN
EDGINTON
McGREGOR
YOUNG
REED
FLINDERS
ANDREW
RENNER
ROUGH
CUNDY
TODD
GRIFFITHS
WALKER
CLAUGHTON
FERGUS
SCOTT
ROSS
OLIVE
A'COURT
HERON
ORTON
MASON
BARR
POLLOCK
MILLAR
OHLSSON
CALCINAI
LANGDON
ORMAN
CHOWN
ETEVINEAUX
DENBY
TEWARD
BELESKEY
STEWART
MOULT
BRADSTOCK

A delighful afternoon tea was served and musical items were very much enjoyed. Mrs OLIVER and Miss Ngaire GARLICH sang, Mrs WRAY and Mrs BUDDLE being the accompanists and Mrs TEWARD recited

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