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MARRIED IN BRISBANE Social News And Events

MR. and MRS. PETER LESLIE ORME WILSON leav-

ing St. Mary's Church, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, after their marriage yesterday. The bride was form- erly Miss Isobel Ferrier, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Ferrier, of Surat; the bridegroom is the son of a former Governor of Queensland, Sir Leslie Wilson and Lady Wilson, who will return to England in

the Orontes tomorrow.

LJEUT.-GENERAL V. H.

BERRYMAN, with Mrs. Berryman and his personal assistant, Captain B. Trencrry, will leave Sydney this morning for Mudgee, where Lieur.-General Berryman will open the Mudgee Show on Saturday afternoon, after attending a civic welcome in the morning. They will return to Sydney on Monday.

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MRS. R. G. MENZIES will

be the guest of honour at the At Home to be held by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Royal Empire Society on March 15.

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MISS ANNE HILL of Double

Bay, who is at present in England, is secretary to a young English author, Lynn ette Smith.

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MISS JOYCE WILSON and

Miss HELEN LLOYD, who will leave for England in the Otranto, were entertained at a farewell party by Mrs. A. tî. Thomas at the Lyceum Club yes- terday. -Miss Wilson, who is the president of the Junior Auxiliary of the Royal Art Society, intends to study art during her year

abroad.

AN autographed portrait of

Princess Margaret-who is C.-in-C. of the Cadet Division of St. John Ambulance-was presented to the Gladesville Cadet Division at a ceremony at ,the Paddington Town Hall last night. The division won the talent quest in 1949 sponsored by the Divi- sional Officer Cadets, Mrs. J.-E. Hansom, Mrs. E. C. Goff, and Miss Margaret Hurd.

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MR. and Mrs. A. C. Maitland,

of Strathfield, entertained 150 friends at cocktails at the Royal Sydney Golf Club this week to say good-bye to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Manion, who leave for England in the Orontes on

Saturday. I

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MISS ANNE FORSTER, of

Abington, Armidale, is spending a short holiday with Mrs. M. Price-Jones, of Double

¡Bay.

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MRS. SHIELA MCMASTER,

of Croppa Station, Wari- alda, is spending a short holiday in Sydney, where she is staying at the Wentworth Hotel.

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