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WOODCOURT COLLEGE EX
The name Woodcourt In large gold letters was suspended at one end of the Ambassadors ballroom last night, when the ex-students of the College held their annual reunion dance. The Woodcourt pennant and the school colours of brown and gold were also used in the scheme of decoration. ' Brown and gold fobs were worn as badges by the members of
Miss Foster, the principal of the college, and Mrs. Hunt, the former principal, who is also patron of the Old Girls' Union, were guests of honopr, and were presented with bouquets in autumn tints. Miss Ella Doran, the president of the union, wore a frock of white georgette. In her party were the Misses Marion West, Estelle Collier, Lorna Best, and Messrs. Kaleski, Glover, and Chambers. Miss Nance Wall, one of the hon. secretarles, wore a frock of rose pink velvet. She entertained the Misses Joy and Nancy Stayner, Glory Zlotkowski, Clare Wil- son, Nancy Ruthven, Denise Humphries, Enid O'Brien, Messrs. J. and T. Wall, Frank Staynes, P. Nossiter, S. Wise, Cliff McDonald,
and B. Allen.
Miss Doris Gregory, Joint hon. secretary, who was in flame georgette, entertained a party, which Included Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hollands, the Misses Kitty Durle, Kathleen and Gwen Beer, Doris Cameron, Messrs. C. Hicking, C. Smith, J. Beer. Miss Marjorie Ford, wearing black ring velvet, entertained the Misses Joyce Lucas, Vera Mlles, K. Featherston, M. Henvllle, Messrs. Claude Hinchcllfle, Jack May, R. Meares, and Allan Lloyd.