FEMINIST CLUB. ' I
At the weekly "at home" of the Feminist Club yesterday afternoon, the Misses Isabel, Paulette, and Phyllis McDonagh, three sisters who wrote and produced the Australian film "Those Who Love," were the guests of honour. Miss Isabel McDonagh, who took the leading role in the film, gave a brief address, explaining the methods of pro- duction. She said that, in her opinion, the cinema industry could not make an outstand- ing success here, unless the Government and public both gave hearty co-operation. Miss Paulette McDonagh, the author of the scenar- io of "Those Who Love," also spoke. The sisters will begin next week on the production of a new-picture, "The Far Paradise."
Mrs. Albert Littlejohn presided, and a vote of thanks to the speakers was moved by Mrs.
R. Duncan, and seconded by Mrs. Julius , Rosenfeld. The hostessos were Mesdames W. Skinner, E.VA. Elliott.'and W. Cherry. '""
« Those preseut included Mesdames A.-.N. White, W. Stone. C. Yatos, P. A. Cameron, H. C. Barry. E. M. Bradley, W. P. Walton. E. Kenyon,-J. Samuel, ,F. Dare, H. Peek,. H. S.-Bullock, AiVNorman, W.'Parsons,'G. S. Kolburn, H. S.^RIch, II. K. "Wells, E.. J. Paine, George'Smith, Stanley, E.'Taylor, W.' J. Milner, H. Sherwood, H. Hammond, C. Curlewis,ctu'e Miases C.^Paykol (N.Z.)', Á.^SÍ. Chilcott, Nell Baton, and A. Cameron. *"