Rodney and Otamatea Times, Waitemata and Kaipara Gazette , 2 December 1936, Page 8
The Warkworth "V's" held the last meeting of this year at Mrs Kasper's residence on 21st Nov. Six Auckland District "V" members came by car and two enthusiasts hiked through, to take part in debates with our branch members. The four boys debated on Is Moderation Sufficient?" and the girls on "Marriage versus a Career." Some very good arguments were put forth on both sides, and some naive remarks caused some amusement. Miss Elder, of Auckland, sang a solo. The president thanked the Aucklanders for their visit, after which a bountiful supper provided by the girls of the Warkworth "V" I branch was partaken of. Our visi- j tors then started on their home-j ward way, carrying with them j our greetings to their branches. I LEIGH. I The annual meeting of the Leigh f "V" branch was held at Mrs J. V. I Wyatt's residence on Monday, 16th j Nov. There was a very good atten- i dance of members and visitors. Mr Norris Wyatt presided. The meeting opened with hymn 165, followed by bible-reading and prayer. Three new members were enrolled. A recitation was given by N. Wyatt, and E. Jones gave a motto for the month Add to your faith knowledge, and to knowledge—Temperance." A splendid paper entitled "Don't pray cream, and live skimmed milk" was read. Cecil Scott was elected president, and Mavis Horton secretary for this year.