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Seen Out And About


HATS IN A DISCUSSION: MRS. CEDRIC SYMONDS, in a petunia straw hat crowned in pink peonies, MISS MARISA MARTELLI, in a black jersey skull cap, and SIGNORA G. LUCIOLLI, in a black straw   winged mercury cap, discuss Michael Kmit's exhibition at the Macquarie Galleries.


LOADED hats worn by MRS. JOHN HALL (Newcastle) and MISS MARGARET LORD to the opening of Michael Kmit's exhibition at the Macquarie Galleries. Mrs. Hall's red straw planter hat was banded with a swag of red chiffon; Miss Lord's black and white straw cloche was loaded

in black chiffon.

A RING OF ROSES trimmed the little white straw which MRS. BILL SPRY, of Toorak, wore to lunch at Prince's with MRS. JOHN HARDING, of Watson's Bay, yesterday. Mrs. Spry is in Sydney to welcome her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Pettigrew, of Kew, Melbourne, who will return

from abroad in the Orion on Monday.


MISS MARY HAGARTY, of Toulby, Brewarrina, who is in town trous- seau shopping for her marriage to Mr. Peter Bryant, of Mount Mul- yah, Bourke, next April, wore an apricot leghorn hat, at Prince's.


ARTIST MICHAEL KMIT, whose one-man show opened yesterday with a noon-time sherry party at the Macquarie Galleries, with MRS. KMIT and

fellow artist MISS JUDY CASSAB.


MRS. DOUGLAS STEWART (artist Margaret Coen), MR. STEWART and their six-year-old daughter, MARGARET, who returned from Europe this week. Mr. Stewart, a noted Austra- lian poet, studied art and drama on a UNESCO

Cultural Fellowship while away.

The president of the Sydney Savage Club, MR. LINDLEY EVANS (second from left) with MRS EVANS, the club secretary, MR. ADRIAN ASHTON and MRS. ASHTON (left), at the Ladies' Night at the Trocadero last night. Proceeds will go to the Sydney Savage Club War Memorial Cultural Development Fund. Mrs. Ashton's frock of turquoise cuiffon was made with a tucked bodice and shoulder straps and Mrs. Evans wore a dress of flecked grey brocade. A musical programme pre-

ceded the dancing.                

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