- SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. -
Lord and Lady Gowrie Leave for Queensland To=day . . . Oversea and
Interstate Visitors . . . Wedding News.
Vice-Regal Plans. I
The Govcmoi-Gcncial Lotd Gow tie and Ladv Gowiie nccompanied bv Geneial ti T Andeiion mid Miss Ivie Pi ice len ve tn-diy foi Queensland vvhcie thc\ Mill be the Riic-sts of the Governor of Queensland Sii Victoi Wilson mid Ladv Wilson nt Government House Thcv will i etui n to Svdncy on July "1
Mrs G R Simpson and her daughter
Suzanne accompanied by Mrs F C Dea kin of Moree left Moree last week by car for Melbourne. Mrs Deakin will visit her daughter Mrs Townsend wife of Flying-Officer Bill Townsend of Point
Miss Bunty Platel of Da ling Point who Ins been making a lound of countiy visits is it picsent the guest of Mi ind Mis H M Boucher of Booiowa She motoied to Canbena last rndny to ittcnd the Militaiy Ball at Dundoon whcie hei brsthei Mi Ronald Platel is a staff cadet
Mis W A Gledhill of Point Piper who sailed for New Zcilmd last week ? will return to Sydncj nest month Bowl al News.
Mis Lennox Bode foi mci lv of Wolse ley Road Point Pipci has liken i housi at Bovual foi 12 months Mi Bode will tom hei it the week ends
The Misses Pam ind Isobel Mlddiell
lhavc eiven up theil studio flit in Bovvial
ind will lene shoitly foi Sydncv vvhcie I hey will live foi a sholl lime at Dun
lobln Roblyn Gudens Latci the sistcis . will til e a flat it Double Biy
I Returned Home
I Mis Wallira Andeison ind Mis Sie
watt Jamieson viho hive bien in SI
Luke Hospitil Roslvn Gai dens hive lctuiiicd to then icspcctive homes with theil babv diiightei- Mi« Andeison s babv Is cilled Cirohne lane but no liime his vet b"en chosen foi Mis Jiinicsons ' diiiRhtei
Mi ind Mis John Sweet of Will
toonga who c wedding took plirc in Sydney lecently have been visiting roi 1rs is the guests of Mi Sweets piicnts Mi and Mis H B Sweet List week they moloicd to Oiange ind spent a few days at Duntiylcagtie Countiy Club bcfoie letumlng ti Sidney
Mt and Mis John Bathgate of Bonnie Doun Bingal a who have b-cn visiting Sydncj foi the pist two months ictuined home last week They weie the guests of Mis Bithgates mothei Mis Charles Cioakci at hei Sydney home The Astor Macqiniic Sttect Miss Heather Croakei anothei daughtei who spends most of hei lime at her home in the country Bell bow lie Station Edg«ioi is at picsent in Sjdney foi a shoit visit
Mis John Swan of Inverell who has been on a visit to Sydney has returned to Invciell accompanied by her eJaugh tei Mrs Al ellie Sinclah of Delungia
Dr John Mackenzie and his flancee Di Tiancesci Mackisack, who lecently
announced thplr engagement ha\» beeni visiting Oiange as guests of the foimei s patents Mi and Mis H K Macken?^ jf Cothellc They motoicd back to Sjd ney on Sundiy
Mis Clinton J Blessiniz lins rctuincd home to Nev cistle aftei a holiday as the guest of Di and Mis vV C Bles Ing of Bnidvvnod Hei _u«b«nd lieu tenant Blessing is in cimp at West Mall
Mis T V Fa"in of Leeholme Coonam ble who wis a leeent visltoi to Svdivv his rctuincd home
Mis L Hills of Adrliidc who has been | the guest of hei brother Mr Ti mci* I Hill" of Ciemoinc foi the past two
weeks has íetuined home
Mi and Mis V H Beni him of Britt'h Noith Borneo who have been spending theil fin lough in Svdncv and slaved it 44 Micleiy Street Potts Point hue i<_mncd home
To Join Daughter
Mis E G riieodoie of KlnibSlli left foi Melbourne list night to join hei daughtri Miss Mvia Thcodoie who ha" been visiting Victoiin foi some time On hei rcttiin to Svdncv Mis Thcodoie will continue the sei les of bridge paitics given it hei home in aid of the Lady Gow ile Red Cio« App"il Peeently moie than £50 waj mide it one of the _ pal tics
MRS. JACK JOHNSTONE, of
Edgecliff, photographed with her baby daughter, MERRILEE. The baby was named after her mother, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marsh, of Edge-
The Trade Commissioner for Canada Lieutenant-Colonel L Mool e-Cosgi aie and Mrs Mooie Cosgra\c of Point Piper will cntcitaln at o luncheon party nt the Re ii Sydne\ Golf Club on Sunda\ in honour of the High Commissionei foi Canada Mi Charl"s J Bin-hell and Mis Puichcll who ne \l Iting Sydnej fiom
their home in Cantrill
Mis H Baillie Newton of Coopci nook Manning Rivci In come to Sjd ncv to attend th" maulase of hei daugh tci Di Pauline Baillie Newton of Mos man with Mi Giaham Stuart of Sjd
ne», which will take place at St Philips Chinch Chuieh Hill on Saturday
Mi s loan Balmain of Brukon Cooma will motot to Svdn"s nc"t Wednesday and will b° accompanied b\ her parcnts Mi and Mis Aithui Balmain Hei mai nag» to Mi John Fcigu on of Glen feigns station Cooma will take place on August 3 at St Benedicts Chuieh Gem gc Srrert Mi and Mis Balmain will take a flat at Elizabeth Bay until "ftci the wedding
Mr and Mis John Cople\ Collin«; of Fui allic station \ass aie on n visit to Sydney and aie staving with Miss L M Dense of Dalling Point Thc\ willictuin home to monow
I Mis J A ( Pat ) Tallis of Biarhoiu Waega and hei '.niall daughtei Suranné left foi Sydney eaih In the weel lo \isit Mi Tallis who recently entcicd Ingle bum t np Mi? Tallis who will ron tinue to lue at Braehoui while hei hus
band is in the Anny will be in town foi ten da j s
Congiatulatlons aie being leeched b<, Mr and Mis Aimer Hamilton of Moama Cremorne on the biith of a son Mis Hamilton who is in Cliailemount piivatc hospital Potts Point was foimeily Miss Dlsa Schlink and is the joungei daugh ter of the late Dr and Mrs R H Schlink formerly of Albun and a nieci of Di H H Schlink of Macquaiic Stiect
Mr and Mrs Bill Cox of Wagga aie belntr congratulated on the birth of a daughter Bcfoie her mairiage Mis Coa was Miss Jean Lamont onlj daughtei of
MRS. H. B. GERRETT, wife of
Lieutenant-Commander Ger rett R.A.N., photographed in Eng- land with her two-vears-old dauah ter, CAROLYN. Mrs. Gerrett, the former Miss Virginia Raniome, of Melbourne, is well known m Syd ney, where she lived for several years before going to England. She was recently the matron-of-honour at the wedding of Miss Betty Suttor and Mr. Iain Burns Glen.
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Mrs. C. A. Lamont, of Wagga. Her hus- band is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Cox, of Burrundulla, Mudgee. Their small son Geoffrey John, is almost three.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison, of Neu- tral Bay are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter at Saba private hospital, Neutral Bay, on July 17. The names chosen are Susan Gay. Mrs Har- rison was formerly Miss Marnie Parker, of Mount Nombi, Gunnedah.
Mrs. W. Wilson, of Brisbane, who with her husband, Captain Wilson, has been spending a holiday in Sydney where they stayed at No 9 Springfield Avenue, Darlinghurst, left last week with her mother Mrs. Arthur Reid, to spend some time at the latter's home at Balwyn, Victoria. Captiln Reid returned to Bris-
bane last week.
Mrs. John Langston Bath, wife of Lieutenant Bath, R.A.N., of Flinders, Vic- toria, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Ashton, of Markdale, Goulburn, for the past three weeks, and returned to Victoria yesterday. She was accompanied by her two children Sue-Anna and James. Mrs Bath was formerly Miss Joane Holroyde, of Sydney.
Miss Nina Biagg daughter of Mr and Mis J C Biagg of Mosman has decided on August 3 for the date of het maniage to Mi Eveiaid Hibble The ceiemony will take place at St Philips Chuich Church Hill and afteivvaids Mr and Mrs Biagg will entcitain it a reception
at the Australia Hotel
The engagement is announced of Miss Jeanne Peny elder daughter of Mr and Mrs V H Pero of Manlv and Mi Stuart Badger j thiid son of Mi and Mrs Han fe Badgen of Cal amana Grafton Mr Stuart Badgeiy is in camp with the AIF at Ingleburn
The engagement is announced of Miss Joan Shields only daughtet of Mr and Mis D Shields of Deniliquin to Mr Challes Ross only son of Mi and Mrs A J G Ross of Hillside Holbrook Mr Ross is in camp at Wagga with the
The engagement Is announced of Miss Olive Stanlej joungcr daughtei of Mi
and Mis C Stanley of Randwick and Mi John G Flannel! only son of Mr
11ELENE KIRSOVA IMRS. ERIK FISCHER), prima ballerina with I " the Colonel de Basil Moule Carlo Russian Ballet Company, which I tiiöitcii Austialia m J9-Ö, lüiíf open o rc/iooi u/ bauet in Sydney on j Monday,
and Mrs. J. V. Flanncry, of Cucum South,
The engagement is announced of Miss Barbara Gertrude Parry-Okeden. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parry Okedon. of Auburn station. Chinchilla. Queensland, to Mr. Ford Irvine Geddes, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvine C. Geddes, of London. Mr. Irvine C. Geddes is chairman of the Orient Steam Navigation Co.. Ltd. Mr. Ford Geddes, who visited Australia last year, is at pre- sent serving with the British Army.
The engagement is announced of Miss Margaret Boucher, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Boucher, of Coorong station, Boorowa, to Mr. John Manning Carter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Carter, of Manly.
Brigadier-General and Mrs. E, C. P. Plant, who arc leaving the Royal Military College. Duntroon, this week, gave a fare- well dance to the staff, military cadets, and many of their Canberra friends, in the college gymnasium. Among the visi- tors present were Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell. Mesdames W. J. Edwards, and B. Finlay. Misses P. and M. Eddison. H. and N. McMurtrie, I. Burchell. B. Somerville, J. Edwards. S. Jones, H. Till vaid. A. and F. Thomas, M. and J. Waring, M. Daley. J. Hatfield. S. Davies. P. Heyes, A. Woodger, J. Parker, and P. Chisholm (Goulburn).
Brigadier-General Plant will be suc- ceeded as Commandant of the college by Brigadier E. Harrison, a former Comman- dant. After leaving Duntroon. Colonel mow Brigadier) Harrison, le'prescnted a Victorian constitucne" in the Federal Parliament, and he and Mrs. Harrison have a wide circle of friends in Can-
berra. He receives promotion toj Brigadier on this new appointment.
Mrs. H. Grattan Guinness, of Edgecliff, is a patient at St. Luke's Hospital, Ros-
Mrs. Edward Dawson, of Singapore, arrived in Sydney yesterday on a holiday visit, accompanied by her small son, Edward. They aro the guests of Mrs. Dawson's sister, Mrs. C. R. Johnson, of Randwick.
With her two children, Eileen and Billy. Mrs. W. Eblett, of Basra, arrived in Sydney yesterday on an indefinite visit. Mrs. Eblett, who is Scottish, has never been in Australia before. She and her children are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Grieve.
Mrs. J. Ryder, who with her three children, Victor, Leonard, and Florence, arrived in Sydney by Dutch plane from their home in Singapore, is staying at the Wentworth Hotel. She has come to Aus- tralia, to put the children to boarding schools, and may remain here for three
or four months.
Home in Rose Bay.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mackay, who formerly lived in the country, will move next week into a house In Cranbrook Road, Rose Bay.
By Car to Brisbane.
Mrs. John Woods, of Killeen, North Sydney, accompanied by Mrs. W. F. Burfltt, has left by car for Brisbane. They expect to be away for a few weeks.
LIEUTENANT PETFR TEMPLE
WILLIAMS RN, and his bride, MISS DAPHNE BONHAM CARTER, after their marnage^at Bunton Parish Chuieh She is ¿lie second daughter of Major Bonham Cai 1er, DS O , of the Manor House, Bunton Hampshire, and Mrs. Auriol Gaselce, and he fs the son of the late Mr Erl Williams and of Mrs G A Elkinqtotl whose home is in Masterton New Zealand Lieutenant Williams is well known