. This Week
In Town .
MR. AND MRS. C. P. JOHN-
SON will give a party at their Edgecliff home on February 28, to celebrate the coming-of-age of
their son, Mr. Waller Johnson. More than 200 guests have been invited for cocktails, after which
there will be dancing.
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MISS DORIS FUTON will
entertain at a late afternoon
party to-day at her home at Chatswood in honour of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Rienits, who will leave
shortly for England.
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MISS ELIZABETH WILKIN-
SON, ioho will arrive luith her father, Professor Leslie Wilkinson, in the-Mooltan to- morrow, has been studying architecture in France, Switzer- land, and Italy. Professor Wil- kinson attended housing, town planning and architectural con ferences in Zurich and Laus- anne, and studied housing schemes being carried out in
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MRS. FREDDIE 'PIESSE, of
Perth, who has been staying at the Queen's Club, and is now at Tusculum, Potts Point, will
return to Western Australia by the Mooltan on February 15. She has had many reunions in Syd- ney with friends, among them Lady Newnes and Miss Frankie Wilson, both formerly of Perth, and Mrs. Peter Craig, of New-
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MRS. GALFRY GATACRE has returned to her home at Flinders Naval Base after visiting her family in Sydney.
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MRS. ARTHUR CHAUVEL,
of Vaucluse, who has been visiting Melbourne for nearly three months, returned to Sydney
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THE High Commissioner for
the U.K. in Australia, Mr. E. J. Williams, and Mrs. Williams have returned to Canberra after making their first official visit to Sydney since their recent return from London. They will return for a few days on February 25.
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T^HREE people who have rc
?*. turned to Australia after many ycais in England-Mrs.
Raymond Love, who was form-
erly Miss Mary Hordern, and } Major-General Sir Reginald Stan- , ham and Lady Stanham, who was Miss Helen Macarthur Onslow lunched together at Princes dur- ing the week. Sir Reginald and Lady Stanham are living at Cam- den Park, the original home of the Macarthur Onslow family at
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FORMER . New Zealanders,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Guest
and their daughter, Miss Lotus , Guest, entertained, at a farewell party at their home, for Mr. Terry" Hammond during the week. Mr. Hammond is the 21 year-old skipper of the New Zea- land sloop, Ghost, which left ¡>yo ney yesterday in the Tasman Yacht Race. While in Sydney, Ghost was moored outside Mr. and Mrs. Guest's waterfront house, "Olola," at Pittwater.
ZfAMILY party taking a keen
interest in the band at Carl Thomas' were MISS PEGGY KING, MR. DAVID RUTHERFORD (Nyrang, Cheeseman's Creek), MR. and MRS R. G. RUTHERFORD (Ingledoon, Cheeseman's Creek), MISS. JILL FENNER and MR. TOBY RUTHER-
FORD (Arabinia, Molong).