They Were Dancing And Dining
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MISSES PATRICIA TOWN, NORMA BELL, and SUSAN LEY were among more than 100 young guests w h o danced at a party given by five young hosts, Messrs. Alistair Young, Peter Van Wyhe, Harley Canvin Tim D'Elmaine, and Robert Lane at the Woollahra Golf House on Friday. Short full skirted organdie dresses were worn by most of
MISSES ELAINE KELA HER and DOROTHY WREN at the Wesley College "Formal," held at the college on Friday. The guests were re- ceived by the Master, -Rev. B. R. Wyllie and Mrs. Wyllie, the senior student, Mr. Bernard :Nott, and the secretary "of the dance committee,
Mr. Malcolm Vagg.
MISSES KATIE MUR- RELL, SUSAN SCOTT, DEL MCPHERSON ana JOANNE WILLIAMSON at the Woollahra Golf House on Friday night.
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SMITH and HAIDEE * MCINERNEY, who both - chose bouffant white > frocks to wear to the & Wesley College "For- $ mal," with MR. DICK ^
LONG and short dance dresses were chosen by MESDAMES FRANK McALARY and JOHN ROBISON respectively, when they attended the annual Old Cranbrooki ans' Ball held at the school on Friday night
MR. A. SARKISSIAN, with MESDAMES M, USHERWOOD. FRANK LOUAT, and COUNTESS PIETRASANTA-SAUVAIGUE beneath a row 0/ Chinese lanterns looking down onto the terrace of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bunning's home at Mos- man, where a buffet dinner was held last night in aid of the Anti-T.B. Association. Dinner urns served to 80 guests on the terrace, and ajter wards they xoatched plays performed by mem- bers of the Independent Theatre, and tico models displayed scarves designed by Byram Mansell,
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MISS JUDY ROWLAND SMITH uah MISS DIANE FULLER, who lecently returned ¡rom abroad were among dancéis at the Old Cran biookian Ball held at Cianbrook on Fnday Miss Roioland Smith wore a white tulle dress scat- tered in white daisies and Miss Fuller chose a
ballerina frock of cinnamon lace
MISS JOSEPHINE ROCHE, whose 01 ange ann gold embi oidered evening ft ock was made ¡rom an Indian sari with MR IAN REID and MISS
BARBARA M EARNS, who loore a stole ¡nth her ballerina ft ock of pink silk 01 gansa to the H fo-
ley College "Formal "
Below . . MRS WALTER BUNNING, at lohose home at Mosman a buffet dvinei was held last night win MESDAMES CHARLES PARSONS JunT1"»' HARD H AGON, ROY WILLIAMS andDOh MC- PHERSON Mi s. Hagon is pi evident 0/ the Ami
TB Semor Women's Committee who oiqanisw
the evening in aid of the Association
Ptintcd and publuhul bj John I airfax S. Sons ftj. Limited, at the rccistcred oflko of the Compati), 38 Hunter Street. Sjdncj.