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MRS. E. H. DONDEY, of Charlton,
formerly of Elwood, announced the engagement of her daughter Paulette to Mr. Norman McHenry, of Charlton, at the annual family Christ-
mas party yesterday.
Paulette, who was at , school at Presentation Convent, and recently returned from an ex- tensive tour abroad, is a former schoolgirl tennis champion.
CO N G R A T TJLATORY
messages are being re- ceived by Elizabeth Louise, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Benzies, of l8 Ross st., Kew, and Ian Gor- don Falconer, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Falconer, Mountain Highway, Bays- water, who have announced their engagement.
OF particular interest to
people in Melbourne's ballet world is the engage- ment of Miss Margaret Earl and Mr. John Austin Hiam. Margaret is a teacher of ballet at the National Theatre, and also teaches members of the Box Hill Ballet group.
T^NGAGEMENT of Miss *-* Patricia Cooney and Dr.
Peter Cosgriff was an- nounced at the party given by his mother to celebrate his graduation. Patricia is a nurse on the staff of Ham- ilton Russell House, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cooney, will give an engage- ment party at their home in Brighton early in the new
OF interest to the danc-
ing world is the engage- ment of Patricia Joan, only daughter of the late Mr. Wyn Murray and Mrs. L. A. Murray, of Lempriere ave., East St. Kilda, to Ronald, third son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Shelton, of Werder st.. Box Hill. Together they won the Victorian Section of the Australian Dancing Cham- pionship competition last year, and are holders of the Tango Championship of Vic-