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News For Women

CURRENT NOTES

The lady Editor will be pleased to receive for publication in "News for Women" items of social or personal news. Such items should be frally authenticated, and engagement notices must bear the signatures of both parties. Coyrespoa&eocs is invited on any matters affecting, or of Interest to, wemea

Mr and Mrs R. O. Duncan and Master lan Duncan will leave by tonight's ferry steamer to connect with the Marama for Sydney, at which port they will embark on a P. and O. liner on their return to London. Mrs P. R. Woodhouse (Bluecliffs) is staying with her mother, Mrs R. H. Rhodes ("Carne," Timaru). Miss L. MacLaren ("Cadogan," Timaru) is the guest of Mrs R. I. Ritchie (Dunedin). Mr and Mrs J. Page (Mount Gerald), who have been staying with Mrs R. A. Rickman (Timaru), returned home yesterday. Miss Peggy Loughnan (Lower Hutt) is visiting her grandfather, Mr H. O. Devenish Meares, Fendalton. Miss Norah Crawshaw (Dunedin), who is the guest of Mrs M. McLeod (Knowles street), will leave shortly for a visit to the North Island. Miss G. Thomson (formerly of Opawa), who has been visiting Wellington and Napier, ■ returned to Christchurch yesterday, and is the guest of Mrs C. M. Ollivier, Mur-ray-Aynsley Hill. Dr. and Mrs R. W. Bellringer (Sunnyside) are visiting Dunedin and Timaru. Mrs Ernest Robinson (Fendalton) is visiting Mrs Featherstone, Ngaio, Wellington. Miss Jean Dreaver (Dunedin) is the guest of Mrs A. L. Gray, Puriri street, Ricearton. The engagement is announced of Dorothy Mary, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sydney D. Mayo, of Ricearton, to Merton Stuart, second son of Mr and Mrs H. W. Bullivant, of "Carlton," Carlton avenue, Fendalton. At a meeting of former pupils of the Spreydon School last evening, a motion of sympathy with the relatives of Mrs Rathgen (nee Lily Sparks) was passed, and the meeting. stood in silence as a mark of respect. Captain and Mrs George Ilennessy (Morven), who have beeni visiting England, will return to New Zealand by the Tamaroa, due in Wellington on Wednesday. | Mrs M. A. Fox and Miss Vera Fox (Christchurch) have been spending some time in the south of I England, and they will be in the Isle of Wight until September, wrote the London correspondent of "The Press" on September 2. For one week, the latter is going to take general training at Foxlease, the girl guides' training centre in the New Forest. ( Mrs H. F. W. Meikle", Mayoress of Devonport, is spending a holiday with her daughter, Mrs R. A. Boulton, at "Hilltop Farm," Canterbury. Mrs Chatfield, lady editor of the "Evening Post," Wellington, has had a most delightful tour in the South of England, and is now staying at Hartsholme Hall, Lincoln, as the guest of Lord and Lady Liverpool, wrote the London correspondent of "The Press" on September 2. Mrs Chatfield has planned to go north as far as Edinburgh, and then to return to London, preparatory to leaving for New Zealand in the middle of September. Commander Maxwell Hyslop, R.N., who will relieve Commander R. Ramsbotham, R.N., of H.M.S. Laburnum, and Mrs Maxwell Hyslop, will arrive in Wellington on October 11 by the Tamaroa from England. Mrs E. Murray Fuller returned to Wellington by the Wanganella from Sydney, and is now staying with Mrs W. H. Kent, Muritai. Mrs Fuller spent eight weeks in New South Wales, Arrangements have been made to hold an exhibition in Sydney early in March on the lines of those held by Mr E. Murray Fuller, the exhibition being of pictures by famous artists. The tutors of the! All Arts Club, Miss Betty Hannam and Mr F. Page (piano), Mr A. Gordon (violin), arid Miss Lucy Cowan (elocu-

TENNIS PARTY

tion and drama), met yesterday afternoon to say good-bye to Mr C. A. Rendle, the chairman of the club, who left last night for Wellington, whither he has been transferred. Professor Shelley, the patron of the club, said that Mr Rendle had initiated the club and urged artistic persons to get together. Miss Cowan presented Mrs Rendle with a bouquet and Mr Rendle wi+h a parcel of books on behalf of the tutors, Mr Rendle in his reply said that since it started in 1930 the membership of the club had been on the wane, but he expected that its would soon show an upward trend. He acknowledged the gift with thanks. Do your feet give you trouble? McArthurs will advise you and help you. All consultations free. Have your corn effectively removed. Expert service. McARTHURS, LTD., Chemists (opp. Ballantynes), Christchurch. —1 HOW TO RESTORE GREY OR FADED HAIR. Why suffer the embarrassment of i grey or faded hair, while you are still j young. Vincent's Double Strength! Hair Restorer (Prescription from a London Hair Specialist) has been proved as the most successful treatment for restoring grey or faded hair to its natural colour. (IT IS NOT A DYE), yet the grey hai--* simply fade away after a few weeks' treatment. 2/6 (double-sized bottle), Tavener, Chemist, 183 High street, Christchurch. —0 NEW GERMAN HAIR REMOVER. A new German compound Se-Tag, specially and cientifically blended for the removal of superfluous hair, is now obtainable at the Annette Toilet Salon, 53 Cathedral square, below Dixieland. Se-Tag not only removes but finally destroys the hair. Treatments from 2/6, 8/6 per tin. Consultation free. 'Phone 41-042. —G LONDON CRAZE—FLAP-JACKS. Flap-Jacks—Craze of London—have arrived in Christchurch. They are large, flat, loose powder containers, with puff, mirror, and a special nonspill device to keep the powder in place. These new Flap-Jacks are showing at Cameron Smith's, and are priced from Is 9d. to 255. Be moderncarry a Flap-Jack. E. Cameron Smith, Ltd., Chemists. " —6 HINTS ON EGG-PRESERVING. If you are tired of messing with bulky tins and liquids, preserve your eggs this year, as thousands of others are doing, with OVOLINE Past®. Insist on OVOLINE, the original Paste Egg Preservative. Eggs remain fresh when preserved with OVOLINE, and can be fried, poached or boiled months later. 1/6 jar All Grocers. —2

TO HELP RETURNED SOLDIERS Tennis players in their trim white frocks, with eye-shades or light hats, gladly proclaimed the arrival of summer when they took part in a tennis tournament held yesterday afternoon at the Elmwood Club's courts at Elmwood Park. The party was organised by the women's auxiliary of the Returned Soldiers' Association, in aid of the benevolent fund, and the arrangement of the tournament was in the hands of Mrs C. L. Hart and Miss Effie Travers. whose hard work and efficiency ensured the prompt and smooth running of the matches, which were greatly enjoyed. Members of the auxiliary served tea in the pavilion, and many who were unable to take part in the tournament, visited the courts during the afternoon. Amongst the ladies present were: Mrs George Gould (patron of the auxiliary), Mrs H. T. J. Thacker (president), Mrs C. L. Hart, Mrs E. Davies, Mrs L. J. Lewis, Mrs J. Stuart Kelly, Mrs H. A. Bishop, Mrs G. L. Baker, Miss F. M. Spears, Mrs F. Harper, Mrs C. J. Treleaven, Mrs Saunders, Miss M. Cuthbert, Miss Mabel Cuthbert, Miss Effie Travers, and Miss Thelma Raphael. The players were: Mesdames J. I. Royds, H. E. Powell, E. Kibblewhite, Geoffrey Royds, J. Redpath, E. J. Kenny, A. H. Tocker, T. Fleming, W. Peppier, Peter Wilson, C. H. Holmes, G. S. Strack. Gordon Lucas, C. H. Clemens, L. J. Wills, H. Green, Roy Sissons, Leicester Harris, Walter Scott, J. C. Newton, Guy Pascoe, C. S. Thomas, H. Penwell; Misses L. Wilson, Doris Webb, Vera Papprill, Alison Mac Gibbon, Wisha Ardagh, Jean Ashworth. K. Buchanan, Theresa Ward, Sally Lindsay, Margaret Clark, Ruth Creed. M. Gillanders, Betty Gresham, Dorothy Dixon, Helen Bruce, .1. Watson, Nance Shand, Brenda Edmonds, Faith Herdman, Betty Neave, Joan Buchanan, Peggy Fisher, Ada Fairbairn, Wilmot Macbeth, Monica Cocks, Margaret Ormerod, W. Blundell, and Mr F. H. Sandall. Prizes, which were given by Mrs Arthur Morten, Mrs Bishop', and Miss Mabel Cuthbert, were won by Miss , Margaret Ormerod and Mrs Penwell. Donations were received from Mesdames George Gould, H. C. D: van Asch, G. Fleetwood, T. L. Cowlishaw, Ada Julius, O. T. J. Alpers, L. B. Young, A. R. Lal-comb, S. C. P. Nicholls, Peter Hall, Edwin Hamilton, H. H. Wauchop, Misses Nell Oxley, Nancy Hartley, Doris Ronaldson, Joan Cottrell, Maidie Brown, and Hilda Otiey, and the Beresford.

DRESSES AT THE THEATRE

Pot plants and large bowls of arum lilies formed the effective decorations on the stage at the Civic Theatre last night, when a recital of music was given by Miss Kathleen Garven and assisting artists; the proceeds to be given to Nazareth House. Miss Garven wore a trained gown of apricot radium lace, mounted on apricot satin, and made with long loose panels at the back, falling over the top of the tight-fitting sleeves, while the decolletage was outlined with handsome crystal and rhinestone embroidery. Miss Nellie Hayward, who acted as accompanist, wore a handsome frooic of old gold crushed velvet, 1 with trained skirt and narion scarf panels from the shoulders tied loosely at the back. Mrs Agnes Leeming wore a smartlycut frock and tiny cape of black satin, brightened with a large red flower. Mrs V. Brosnahan's frock of geranium red georgette was patterned >n pastel shades in floral design. Miss Marion Hayward, the solo pianist, wore a very attractive frock of duck-egg blue angel skin, finely tucked diagonally at the waist and finished with a sash from the sides tied at the back. Mrs Anita Ledsham wore a cherry red cire lace frock and coatee to match with bands of white fur 011 the elbows, below which the sleeves flared widely to the wrists. Miss Molly Metson wore a black lace frock and a shoulder spray of red and white roses and freesias. Miss Garven and the other artists were presented with many beautiful bouquets.

OPAWA CROQUET CLUB

WEDDINGS

BRIDGE PARTY

The final dance of the season was held by the Opawa Croquet Club in the Staretta Hall, Wilson's road. Mr Herbert acted as master of ceremonies, and novelty dances were won by Mr and Mrs R. Campbell and Miss Joan Rawlings and partner. ' The Erica orchestra supplied dance music and Mrs L. Clephane played extras. Those present included Mesdames H. Cowlin, Watson, L. Knowles, L. Davies, C. H. Bull, J. H. Stockdale, G. T. Owen, E. Robson, Dickey, F. Partridge, H. Fox, H. Holland, C. Gwatkin, R. Jarden, R. Overend, R. Campbell, R. Stuart, E. Hills, C. Davis, and W. Herbert, Misses Elsie Wheeler, Peggy Bull, Patricia Knowles, Joan Rawlings, Rose Crompton, Marjorie Cox, Eunice Overend, B. Dickey, J. Gallagher, Myrtle Hood, M. Brown, O. Wallis, Lucy Wilson, Ngaire Dickey, N. Milne, C. Boyce, P. Ryder, Lena Dickey, K. Armstrong, Edith Brett, J. Hope, H. Tewnion, C. Armstrong', Lois Shrimpton, Nellie Wood, R. Carter, Margeret Campbell, Fay Beazley, Myrtle Wood, and L. Warsaw (Timaru).

DAVIDSON—MORROW j I Yesterday morning, at the home ofj the bride's brother-in-law, Mr J. V.; Jacobson, Avonside, the wedding was: quietly celebrated of Miss Elizabeth! Morrow, daughter of the late Mr and j Mrs David Morrow, formerly of "Montalto," Ashburton, and Mr Peter Davidson, of Murray place, Christchurch. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. W. Armour, and Mr R. W. Morrow gave his sister away. The bride wore a very smart frock of nigger-brown lace and georgette, and a nigger-brown straw hat, wreathed with beautiful flowers, which had formed psu-t of the toque worn by her mother on her wedding day. She carried a bouquet of abutilons shading from apricot to bronze and deep orange. After the ceremony immediate relatives were entertained by Mr and Mrs Jacobson at a small reception. Mrs Davidson travelled in a tailored suit of granite tweed, with which she wore a beige crepe de chine blouse, black Bangkok straw hat, with medium brim and sable furs. HOLLANDER—FLOOD St. Mary's Church, Manchester street, was beautifully decorated with palms and cinerarias for the wedding celebrated yesterday morning of Pauline Mary, second daughter of the late Mr James Flood and of Mrs H. Flood ("Marli," Bealey avenue), to David Nietto, eldest son of Mrs B. NiettoHollander, and of the late Mr Paul Hollander, of London. The Rev. Father S. O'Connor, S.M., celebrated Nuptial Mass, and Miss Dorothy Black was the organist. The bride, who was escorted by her brother, Mr Bernard Flood, wore a Victorian frock of chalk pink waffled crinkle organdi. The long flared skirt was finished at the hem with three wide tucks to match those oil the puffed sleeves, and the waistline was defined with a sash and a large bow at the back. A spray of orange blossom was arranged on the shoulder. Her hat of organdi to match had a shallow crown, and a brim of two flares of picot-edged goffered organdi, trimmed with a tiny posy of pink and blue field flowers. She carried a bouquet of sweet peas and roses. Miss Peggy Flood, who attended her sister, wore a simple frock of sea green crepe suede. The long skirt was. weighted at the hem with ruching of shot taffeta and the bodice had short puffed sleeves and a swathed belt. Her hat was of sea green organdi made with a wide brim dipping at the right side front. The shallow crown was encircled with hand-made flowers in pastel shades of organdi, and her bouquet was of lemon tulips. Mr Kenneth Green was best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Frascati, where Mrs Flood received the guests wearing a frock of burgundy crepe de chine and a hat to tone. Her bouquet was of hothouse flowers. When Mr and Mrs Nietto-Hollander left by car for their wedding tour the latter was wearing a frock of dove grey blistered crepe, the yoke and sleeves being fagoted. A contrast was provided by a tiny collar of powder blue and chalk pink crepe de chine, and the back of the bodice was trimmed with a row of small buttons to the waistline. She wore also a long squirrel stole and a shallow-crowned sailor hat of dove grey matalnsse finished with a French ornament in -coralaque blue and lemon.

Miss Gwen Baxter, whose marriage will take place next month, was the guest of honour at a delightful bridge party, given iby Mrs Floyd Sheppard at her home, Avonside, yesterday afternoon. The drawing-room was decorated with bowls of japonica and spring flowers, and each guest brought for Miss Baxter a gift for the bathroom of her new home. Those who enjoyed Mrs Sheppard's hospitality were Misses Gwen and Yvonne Baxter, Mrs Theo Turner, Mrs John Cullman, Mrs Lewin Webley, Mrs Henry Dowling, Mrs Crosby Morris, Misses Sadie Manchester, Margaret Willis, May Hall, Betty Hobbs, Pat Allison, Rita Nutt, Noyle Baker, Kathleen Lascelles Peggy Clowes, Winifred and Molly Waller, Sylvia Goss, Cushla Mitchell, and Neroli Smithson.

ST. GEORGE'S MARKET

St. George's annual market, to be held again this year at the Art Gallery, at the corner of Armagh and Durham streets, will be officially opened on October 11 by Archbishop Julius (patron). The doors will be open daily at 2 p.m. On the second day, Mrs Beauchamp Lane will open the bazaar at 2.30, and on the third day Miss Rose Muir, lady superintendent of the public hospital, will perform the opening ceremony. Last year a total of £ISOO was realised at the market, and it is hoped to equal the amount this year. Each year more patients enter the hospital, and this year especially the numbers have grown, and it is very evident that the hospital meets a real need. It is the wish of the directors to make real concessions to those who find it hard to meet the hospital expenses, but this can only be made possible by the response of the public at the annual market. The stall-holders and their friends have been working hard for six months to make the market a success, and by buying freely the public will be helping to minister indirectly to those whose sick bodies need both skilful and efficient nursing in a Christian environment. It is the proud boast of the stallholders that they can supply every need. They can fill anything from the larder to the "glory box." On Thursday there will be an exhibition of fancy dancing by Miss Lawson's pupils, and from 5.15 to 7 p.m. tea dances will be enjoyed.

N.Z. SOCIETY FOR PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN

R.N.V.R. DANCE

The Rev. P. Revell presided at an enthusiastic meeting held yesterday afternoon, at the office of the society, Gloucester street, to arrange details for the annual street collection, which will take place on November 3, representatives of different societies being present. It was unanimously decided that there should be a recommendation to the committee that a number of stalls be arranged for, such as produce, variety, cakes, and sweets. Sevex-al ladies present offered to take charge of the matter. An endeavour will be made to arrange for as many collectors as possible, as it is realised that upon the efficiency of the collectors defends the success of the appeal. Mr Revell emphasised the importance of the work of the society in the community. Unfortunately, the work of the society was generally of a confidential nature, he said, and its officers had to have tact and ability. Miss Cardale, in particular, did much to reconcile many couples who otherwise would find their way to the police and divorce courts. He believed if the public really knew the amount of work that the society did through Miss Cardale and her assistants, it would respond much more freely than it had done in the past. A further meeting will be held next Wednesday at 10.30 a.m.

RECEPTION FOR CLUB MEMBERS

To welcome members of the Business and Professional Women's Round Table Club, a club which has recently become affiliated with the Young Women's Christian Association, Mrs W. Machin (president) and members of the board of directors of the association' held a delightful reception in the club-room last night. Large bowls of pink camellias and greenery with vases of white spring flowers and blossom were effectively arranged in the room. Mrs Machin welcomed the guests, who spent a very pleasant time with competitions. Duets were given by Mrs Machin and Mrs J. G. Herdman, accompanied by Mrs Rex Abernethy. Winners of the competitions were Miss V. Simpson and Miss L. P. Church. Mrs Rex Abernethy, Miss J. Musker, and Mrs E. H. Paton were in charge of the programme. . At the conclusion of the entertainment Miss Bernice Shackleton, president of the Round Table Club, thanked Mrs Machin and directors for thenhospitality, and invited them to attend the luncheon and tea meetings ot the club. , , , Members of the board of directors present were Mesdames W. Machin, J. G. Herdman, F. M. Warren Rex Abernethy, M. McLeod, Cottrell, B. H. Gilmour (Lyttelton), and Miss J. Musker. Club members present included Miss Bernice Shackleton (president), F. LiCooper (secretary), R. Penney, Isabel Bates, L. Candy, Janet Patterson, E. Bowden, Marion Reese, V. and M. Simpson, C. and L. Church, E. Bull, T. Malcolm, Willett, Morton, Agnes Scott, Hughes, P. Gross, L. M. Wilkinson, Mrs R. J. McLaren, Mrs J. W. Thomas. Mrs R. H. Paton, and Miss Norah Crawford (Dunedin).

Throughout the season the dances arranged by the seamen of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, and held at the headquarters, St. Asaph street, [have proved very popular with the young people, and the entertainments have aways proved very successful. The dance held last night was no exception and the dancers spent a very enjoyable time dancing to the music of the New Collegians' Dance Band. Sub-Lieutenant H. L. Hudson was officer of the watch, and the chief quartermaster was Petty-Officer J. Birss. Mr E. C. Forsyth, A.8., was master of ceremonies, and Mrs A. E. Urry was in charge of supper arrangements. Amongst those present were Mesdames T. J. Forrester, Robb, Laurie, J. Birss, Misses Dora Urry, Monica Beere, Ina Weekes, Margery Hewertson, Jean Henkel, Alberta O'Malley, Patricia Comerford, Myrtle Harris, Grace Hurst, Margie Hurst, Jean Rennie, Joyce Cogle, Agnes Payn, Mavis Legg, Joyce Beswick, Alicia Randle, Patricia Hughes, Jessie Lattimore, Norine Thiele, Audrey Hunter, Irene Donohue, Eva Hunt, Pearl Wilson, Vera Yeatman, Mavis Button, Elza Webster, Grace Shand, Phyllis Brown, Maud Mills, June Trigance, Runa Oliver, Lily Brook, Carmen Smith, Lorna Alexander, Dorothy Robinson, Dorothy Warner, Nancy Taylor, Violet Calvert, Violet' Spiers, Elsie Ullrich, Frances Harrison, Barbara Barker, Dorothy Carter, Mabel Mitchell, Grace Smith, Molly Joon, Laura Keenan, Edna Hooper, Bella Peddie, Thelma Mitchell, and Bernie Mitchell.

SURPRISE PARTY

Mr F. W. J. May, who for the last five years has been connected with the firm of Messrs A. S. Paterson and Company, lour years as manager of the Big Tree department, has resigned from the firm to enter into business on his own account. Last night the members of the sales and office staff of the Big Tree Department paid him a surprise visit at his home, Cashmere Hills, and presented him with a handsome clock as a parting gift.

VISITORS TO CHRISTCHURCH

PARISH DANCE

FAREWELL PARTY

Warner's Hotel: Mr and Mrs W. Wright (Wellington). Hotel Federal: Mr L. H. Miller (Wellington), Jlr and Mrs Steele (Opotiki), Miss Paikes, Mr Paikcs (Rotorua), Mr and Mrs Campbell, Misses V. and (x. Campbell '(Timnru), Mr K. Greene (Sydney), Air «!. Carr (Metliveu), Mr and Mrs Soarle (Aonat).

WOMEN'S DIVISION OF FARMERS' UNION

TAI TAPL The monthly meeting of the Tai Tapu and districts branch of the Women's Division of the Farmers' Union was held in the Ladbrooks Hall. Mrs Henderson presided over a large attendance of members. Arrangements were made for a "bring ancl buy" to be held next month. The branch decided to take a parcel of basketware from the New Zealand Institute for the Blind to be placed on sale at the December Mr C. Graham, of Christchurch. gave a lecture on "Travel in the South of England," illustrated with a number of beautiful lantern slides.

Since Ihe opening of the Catholic Parish Hall in Addington, "the dances held in it have been very popular, but the attendance at the annual parish! dance recently far exceeded that of any previous occasion, The members of the Hall Committee had been working for some time previously to ensure the success of the function, but when the result of their work was shown it was beyond even the most sanguine h °Uorothy Moore's dance orchestra supplied a programme of popular music and Mr E. D. O'Connell carried out 'the onerous duties o£ MX;. The supper tables were effectively decorated with japonica and daffodils. Those present included: Mesdames O'Connell, Wilson, McMeiiamiu, McDermott, Grant, Drew, l'rice, Cunneen, Consodine, McDonald (2), Murphy, Hinds, Cummins, Baker, Hodges, Keane, Fowlke, Houghey, V, Consedine, R. Mercer, J. Mercer, 15. Fabian, McDonougb, Atwcll, Lagan, White, Roper, Costigan, McGough (Halswoll), Kcllv, Misses Slo-n, McCJay, Lily O'Connor, Mary O'Connor, Wildermoth (2). Phyllis Cunneen, Vonuie Price, Mollie Oonscdme, Olive Wlieatley, Beatrice Audus, Claro Consedine, Mary Price, Vera O'Donoghue, Pearl O'Donoghue, Olive Wilson Nellie McDonald, Eileen McDonald, Kathleen Riley. Dorothy Murphy, Mamie Cavaghney, Maureen McDrury, Harriet Nicholls, Edna o'Gorman, Margaret fccurr, Molly Grinisey, Mary McDonald, Mollie Poj>e, Monica Terry, Edna o'Gorman, Alice Hampton, Kathleen Highsted, Doris Hullins, Given Mulliiis, Olivo Firth, Vera Ansell, Kathleen Geo, Flora Gleeson, Mona Gee, Gladys McKeon, Iria Harvey, Mary Ormandy, Nora Fitzgerald, Alma Goggin, Rene O'Donnell, Nellie Plank, Madge Keenan, Irene Gillum, Mary McDonald, Katie McDonald, Agnes Gillum, Kathleen Gillum, Margaret Sullivan, M. F. Norris, B. Wildermoth, Irene Murphy, Clare Warren, Harriet Leach, Margaret Sojnervillc, Jessie Bamfoi-d, Margaret Warren, Betty Glover, Stella Cooraber, Connie Smith. Hilda Jones, May Quigley, Iris Potter, Gladys McEwan, Ruby Belhvorthy, Iris Harvey, Hruel Cairns White, Peggy Turkington, Myra Neeson, Marjorio Keane, Tiny Glover, Elsie Wildermoth, Nellie Sloan, Thelma Frnser. Marie Smith, Marie Fraser, Veronica Hallins, Ivy MeLeod,, Margaret McLeod (Ilalswell), Mollie Slonn (Lakeside), Mollie Moloney, Doris O'Connor, Eileen O'Connor, Veronica Sloan. Mary I'ullar. Kathleen Molloy, Imelda McDrury, Margaret Welsh, Phyllis While, Ursula Noonan, Pal McMenamin. Mary Buckley, Mona Swanston, Hazel Offwood. Jean Finnerty, Ella Metcalf, Nellie Geoghegan.

A number of friends gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs J. , Keatley, Marshland road, to say good-bye to Mr H. Foster, who will return to Australia shortly. Those present were Mr and Mrs J. Keatley, Misses I. Keatley, R. Jones, I. Aston, G. Annan, I. Carey, I. Duncan, I. Forsey, N. Hancock, M. Hepburn, B. Jones, M. Pye, I. Torrens, D. Winterburn, Messrs H. Foster, D. Cormack, T. Torrens, E. Meade, C. Saxon, R. Faulls, R. Grafton, I. Keatley, and M. Burnard.

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