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ir Fitting in voting with the Saturday morning shopping . . . The 300-guest wedding of Elizabeth Latham and John Scott-Waine offering competition to the Red Cross gala premiere of "The Queen In Australia" . . . Letting down hems instead of raising them-for daughters going back to school . . . Sales (already) and hot soup for lunch instead of tomato juice . . . The short dresses that are getting popular
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ir CONVERSATIONS one would like to have heard: that between Sir Winston Chur- chill and firc-and-brinislonc American Hot Gospeller Billy Graham, when the American evangelist called at 10 Down- ing Street this week.
Graham claims to have made 38,000 converts in his current visit to Britain, hopes to visit Australia in 1956.
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ir DOUBLE wedding for sisters, Judith Miller, who will marry Brian Saint, and Jean- ette Miller, who marries David Faulkner at the Methodist Church, Lindfield, on October 1.
Daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Miller, of Gordon, they will have Mrs. Peter Hodgson and Misses Judith Lorimer and Judith Rodgers as atten- dants, and their baby sister, Jillmary Miller, aged eight, and Jcanettc's godchild. Susan Viles, who is four, will be
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THOSE two women Poll Shorthorn breeders-Mrs. I. E. Killen, of Armagh Stud, Exeter, and Mrs. Hector McFarlane, of Milly Milly, Young-and the enlightened talks they gave during the A.B.C.'s Country Hour yes- terday on better beef produc- tion through the Shorthorn breed.
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ir "FORTY Thousand Horsemen"-that old Chauvel film, being cut to 50 minutes on television in New York.
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? i-jIrT'Wpi women , artists Miss Thea Proctor and Miss
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.lean Ishcrwood-sharing the limelight when the former opened the latter's one-man show of paintings in David Jones' Walk Gallery yester- day, before a large audience, which included many Sydney artists, among them Justin O'Brien, usually too busy giv- ing lessons to attend openings, and Dora Jarret, who leaves for England on June l8 for a painting trip abroad.
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ir THOSE savouries from 'Australia served at a party given by the Australian Trade Commissioner in Lon- don, and noted in "The Tat
One was made of two parts of ham minced with one of sultanas, mixed to a spread- ing consistency with red wine,
and served hot on croûtes.
Another was called "apple bites"-apple cubes dipped in cream cheese then rolled in chopped walnuts, and, when dried, served on toothpicks.
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TWO new evening dresses gained by Rosemary Allen, of Kiah Lake, Cooma, within a fortnight.
As bridesmaid at Maureen Hordern's marriage to Michael Yates, she wore blue-grey
nylon over pink ice satin, and
as bridesmaid again at the wedding of her cousin "Bebe Allen and Bruce Mackey on Tuesday, she wore a marqui- sette nylon dress of resida
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