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I ARMIDALE *HOW. Mrs. L. K. Chant (left), Dawn Finlayson, Ann Warner, of Armi I igte, and Aileen Madgwick, of Glen Innes, relaxed over a picnic lunch at the Show
ground after competing in equestrian events at the Armidale Show.
GRAND finale to Maitland Show ivas the Maitland Spinsters' Ball for 450
guest- Maitland Town Hall.
The thirty-one attractive spinsters who gave the ball
welcomed thi visitors and managed to look cool, calm, and pretty, despite the swel- tering nigh; and the worries of flowers wilting and iced drinks melting in the heat.
The president, Gwen
Graham, »ho wore a lilac
brocade gown, gave a party at
her home before the balL
¡ EKAGEII Satan Body,
only dauf!" r of Mr. and Mn. üudU-, '."dy. of In- verell, and lan Simpson, of
"'Edenvale. ' Delungra.
T'/>T ,ri0!S WEEK. Warwiek Copteton, of Bellevue Hill, third-year
ill explain* University procedure to freshers Jacqueline Mason
y>- <>l Hellevue Hill. Beth Dawson, and Judith Benton, both of Mosman, ?urine Orientation Week for new students at the University of Sydney.
Other hostesses were Jill Hopper, Margaret Armstrong, Margaret Brown, Beryl Ac cola, Jill Clement, Shirley Eckford, Marie Fahey, Gwen Fenwick, Helen Fry, Ruth Graham, Joyje Green, Janet Hill, Jan McIntosh, Ann Pen- der, Tommie Petherbridge, Lorna Rourke, Dallas Ellie, and Hope Scott, Eleanor Sparke, Alex and Diane Stewart, June and Margaret Tipper, Ruth Traill, Pat Vile, Elizabeth Weston, Pauline White, J: net Windeyer, and Wendy Soiling.
Wendy, whose exhibition of sculpture in wire and wood last year caused a lot of in- terest in Sydney art circles,
is thrilled with the live-in studio she has found at Double
. . .
SHARING the limelight with
birthday girl Judith Hen- derson at her coming-of-age party was her brother Bob,
who will leave for America in a few months to further his
studies at Harvard University. Bob has just received his Bachelor of Economics degree. A former Lord Mayor of Syd- ney, Alderman R. J. Bartley, proposed the toast to Judith at the party, which was given bv her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Henderson, of Vau-
ÇHIEF bridesmaid Christine
Waite caught her sister Shirley's bouquet after Shir- ley's marriage to Dr. Noel Hic- key at St. Michael's, Vaucluse. Tucked in the bouquet was a sprig of heather which was brought from Scotland two years ago by Mrs. W. Ander- son, of Melbourne. Following a honeymoon at Surfers' Para- dise, Dr. and Mrs. Hickey will make their home in Haw- thorne, Victoria.
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J£ON VOYAGE parties are
being held for Pamela Ivison, who sails to England
in the Otranto on March 16 for the Coronation. Pam will be accompanied by Bruce and John Tanner, of Cairns, Queensland. She will stay
with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ivison in Ewell, Surrey.
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QUIPURE lace trimmed
the white glazed cotton frock worn by attractive Sonya Hanke when she ap- peared as guest soloist at a musicale which opened the year's activities for the Eng- lish Speaking Union. Sonya, who is the daughter of well known artist Henry Hanke, is very excited about her com- ing trip to England. She leaves in July for two years' study at the Royal College of
Music in London.
GLAMOROUS MELBOURNE TRIO. Mrs. Bill Gluth (left), Mrs. Graham Nathan, and Mrs. Leo Curtis, %vho are pictured at the Black and White Ball held on Newmarket Eve in Melbourne. Mrs. Gluth and Mrs. Nathan chose tulle frocks,
and Mrs. Curtis wore lace embroidered with pearls.
^MONG the spectators at
Canberra Picnic Races
next Friday, March 20, will be newlyweds David and Joan Wilkinson, who were married at St. Chad's Church, Cre- morne. They will stay with David's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell, of "Yarra Glen," Canberra, and their son Robert, who was David's groomsman.
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RILLED with their new
property at Guyra are Duncan Carson, of "The Downs," Glen Innes, and his fiancee, Griselda Ogilvie, of "Ilparra," Glen Innes, who will be married at St. Stephen's, Macquarie Street, on March 28. Mrs. Owen Merriman, of Yass, will be matron of honor. The re
ception will be at the Australia.
TWOSOME. Gordon Douglas» and Diane Greave» at the cocktail party given by Gordon'» brother, Bill, and hi» wife, Lenore, on their fir»! wedding anniversary
QUIRINDI CUP MEETING. President of the Quirindi Jockey Club, Mr. Chip Hill, and Mrs. Hill (right) with the president of the Walcha Jockey Club, Mr. Stuart Nielson, and Mrs. Nivison, who watched the races at Quirindi.
CONSERVATORIUM RECITAL. Susan Cameron, of Edge- cliff (left), and Mary Jane Moore, of Bellevue Hill, with Gerald Moore at his first Sydney lecture-recital. Mr. Moore
is accompanist to Viennese soprano Irmgard Seefried.