Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington. Vol. 22, No. 6. Wednesday, June 24, 1959
Editorial — Up the Workers
Up the Workers
At the end of another association year we would like to pay tribute to one of its hardest workers and probably the least known, Mr. M. J. Mason, association accountant.
Mr. Mason has over the years not only patiently helped many clubs through the intricacies of an audit, but has also advised them on the little things that help to keep the club's functioning.
In addition to his services in the financial field he makes some of the most pertinent and balanced comments at exec. meetings—what a pity more of his ideas are not adopted.
We feel the association has much to thank Mr. Mason for, and hope we will have the benefit of his services for many years to come.
We would not like to think we had forgotten another servant of the association, perhaps better known — Ellen Pointon, the Office Secretary. We thank her for her help to "Salient" and the many students of the University, in her day-to-day work. And we hope she will stay with us for a long time yet.