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By Lady Kitty
Mrs. Deric Pearse has returned to her home at Eastwood with her schoolboy son John. They went on the Gulf trip, and report a real
school holiday shipload, with amusements for the young people well catered for. Mr. and Mrs. Denis Muirhead (formerly Loma Lewis) have taken a flat at Dimora. East ter race. Mrs. Muirbead's sister, Shir ley, who is a section officer in the WAAAF. stationed in Western Australia, is engaged to Walter MaiUand, of Rochester, near Clare, and they plan a wedding shortly, probably in October. A son has been born to Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Knight, of Yarloop. WA. Mrs. Knight was formerly Betty Crawford, of Glenelg. They have decided to name the baby Christopher Barrington. The baby's aunt, Barbara Crawford, is a land girl and thoroughly enjoy ir?* her job at Bungaree. The Army career of the pretty Chamberlain twins—Helen and Joan—ex-'Varsity students and noted tennis players, reads like a fairy tale. Donning the smart WAAAF uniform, they began as t-elegraphists and went non-stop iiom one rank to another, cor porals, sergeants, flight-sergeants, and now. having passed as signals ?ffiqers <the first twin sisters to achieve commissioned rank in the \VAAAF"s). have both been posted to the same RAAF communications centre -Somewhere in Australia.'' Every hop they took happened to eether; they have always worked at the same Air Force stations inevitably have been promoted on the same day. Temporary return to winter temperatures was answerable for the drab appearance (on the whole) of the frocking at fee SAJC races at Morpnettville on Saturday. Smart expressions of the suit fashion in tweeds were worn by Mrs. Norman Birks and her sister. Miss Joan Bruce. Trim too. looked Isobel Coles and Mrs. Lance Milne (Mary Hughes before marriage), the cherry ribbon in whose hat matched her handbag. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrie Mann, up from their property near the Lakes, were accompanied by Pam Eartley Williams. Mrs. John Ir win and Betsy Holden were escor ted by PO "Bill" Allden in the well-cut erey-blue uniform of the EAF. Mrs. John Sands (at tractive Ann Lewis) was hatless and close a raspberry toned suit.' Mrs. Cecil Sharp introduced blue effectively in her black ensemble.