Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 22, No. 1. March 2, 1959
[Letter from Future Mother of Six to Salient Vol. 22, No. 1. March 2, 1959]
Sir,—What we girls really want from Salient is something lighter and brighter in the literature line—not quite boy advises girl or a fashion preview and definitely nothing in the Aunt Daisy line. No unmarried girl should know of the things she talks about, and certainly cannot mention them in public.
Perhaps something with a little personal human interest—What happens at 4 a.m. at Congress—I worked hard, by "A Full-timer"—Unaccustomed as I am, by a Weir House Casanova, or even "Why Babysitters?"
Surely there is some talent around Vic (ask the male population—not us).
Future Mother of Six (?)
(Like some help?—Ed.)