|Girls' Brigader in the 1940s|
Mentions walking most places or being doubled on a bike. Remembers meeting her husband to be at a rugby match. Talks about following the Waikato rugby matches with Don Clark and Ponty Reed, a teacher at Whitiora. Describes different meeting places: outside Woolworths on a Friday night, the Dolly Vardon:
"For a milkshakes and a chat, there wasn't very many of us smoked those days, we sort of didn't get into that"
The pictures at the State Theatre (was the Carlton) and the Roxy in Frankton. Remembers the curfew she had to abide and an incident when she was late coming home.
Talks about the how unaware of sex etc. they were. Describes going to the Starlight Ballroom. Mentions the dress she wore and talks about getting ready to go out. Describes being checked for nits.