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THE SOCIAL ROUND OF EVENTS IN SYDNEY YESTERDAY
MISS BETTY STUBBS and MISS VALMAI SARGENT
íí talked with MISS DIANE GREAVES (left) while she
had a quick lunch at the Pickwick Club yesterday.
MRS. DALZIEL MEIN (right), of Toolang, Coleraine, .
Victoria, who has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Barney Joyce at Eidsvold, Queensland, for several weeks lunched at Prince's yesterday with MRS. BARNEY
JOYCE and MISS PAT MCCALL.
'THE Consul General for Argentine, MR. JOAQUÍN G. 1 GALDOS and MRS. GALDOS with MRS. ORSEN NIELSEN (right) at the reception given at the Australia Hotel last night to commemorate the liberator of the
Republic of Argentine.
MISS ZELIE WILKIN-
SON, of Dulwich Hill, and MISS JUNE WIMBLE, of Darling Point, who will sail on the Otranto on Sat- urday for England, were guests of honour at a lunch party given by Mrs. Cecil Tindale, of Pennant Hills, at Prince's yesterday. Miss Wilkinson and Miss Wimble plan to visit the Continent, after which they will join a repertory company to study dramatic art in England. They are both members of the Mer-
cury Theatre Company, > which was formed by Peter ' Finch before he went to