Pro LADY KITTY
Miss Betsy Holden was hostess at a luncheon party at the South Australian Hotel on Friday, when she Invited some of her girl friends
to meet Miss June Yencken, of Mel bourne. Her guests v.ere Misses Mary Hopton, Pat Green, Natalie Wllcox. Rosemary Wilkinson, and Dorothy Clampett. Looking exquisite in her rose patterned white lace wedding gown over satin, with billowy tulle veil caught with orange blossom, and carrying a Victorian posy of tuber- roses. Miss Madeleine Sprod was married to Flt-Lt. Ross Truscott. RAAF, on Saturday afternoon at St. Peter's College Chapel. Miss Pamela McLeish. who was brides maid, was in a smokey blue taf- feta dinner frock, with circlet of blue velvet flowers on her hair. She carried a Victorian posy of deep red roses. Large bowls of mixed flowers in pastel shades in the chapel were arranged by Mes- dames Colin Truscott and P. Longmire, and Misses Peggy Mon- fries and Juliet O'Dea. After the ceremony, the bride's mother, Mrs. Milo Sprod held a late afternoon reception at her home in Unley Park A party of young people dancing at the 400 Club on Saturday night included Miss Pamela McLeish, in; her bridesmaid frock. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Truscott, Misses Peggy Mon frles, Juliet O'Dea. Joyce Cra ven, and Joan Grasby. who brought RAF officers on leave in Adelaide—Ht-Lt. Ken Rothwell, of Sydney, and PO. Doug. Cruick- ! shank, and Mr. Allan Brock. ', Miss Mary Hopton, who com- : pleted her training at the Chil- j dren's Hospital recently, has re- ? turned from Sydney, where she: spent a three-weeks' holiday. j' Miss Elaine Smith, daughter of;, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L- Smith, wasl j hostess at a dinner party for her ; University girl friends, at the , Oriental Hotel on Friday evening, ? to celebrate her 21st birthday. ] After dinner the guests went to a picture show. In the party were ? Kisses Natalie Craven (AWAS), i Maysle Chapman. Dawn Coffins, i Joan Lake. Paula Muirfaead, Lois > Harms, Margaret Dolling (AWLA), Joyce Walker. Betty Everard. < Joyce Craven, Shirley Badman, j Rosemary Clark. Joy Griffiths. , and Barbara Harvey. ' For their daughters Shirley and ' Marie, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Badman , gave a delightful young people's i dance at their home at Unley Park < on Saturday evening. The ball- ' room was bright with large bowls'] of crimson HaMipg and autumn i leaves to tone with tbe cherry colored furnishings, and in the i drawing room, where the guests i were received, mixed bowfe in!! shades of blue and pink to har- ? monise with the room, were re- ? fleeted in the long wall mirror. |< Fashions at Tattersalls Cupj] meeting at Victoria Park on Satur-j day were mainly topcoats and! suits for warmtb. with a sprinkling of furs to protect against the cola wind. Lady Barrett, who wore a smart black hat with her black suit and furs, took her daughter Na talie, in a grey flannel suit and white accessories. With her was also Miss Pamela Joynt. in an old rose pink coat with navy facings. Miss Rosemary Sawers. in an ultramarine floral frock with matching bat. plain tailored coat, and prune accessories, went with Miss Cynthia Chambers, in an all brown ensemble and brown sports I bat; and Miss Lois Lapthorne,: wearing a fitting tweed coat In i HarrisDlue with brown accessories, i Mrs. Esmond Green, who wore a chalk-striped grey suit with a grey hat, took her daughter Heather, i who was in a woodland green top- < coat with navy accessories. ] Mrs John Coverton 'Gawler) ' was in brown, red and white check ( tweeds and brown sports hat. Miss , Roma Mitchell chose a saxe blue j suit brown sweater, and. lighter ? brown felt bat; and Miss Christo bel ITirush was attractive in a . black tailored coat and velvet j trimmed black hat. Mrs. C. B. , Bosbaclc (Melbourne) wore a black i coat in Persian lamb, with veiled black hat; and Mrs. A. L. Pinches, , in a light navy jacket suit and \ small matching hat, was with her ' daughter Nan in WAAAF uniform. , Mrs. David Cornell wore a ? smokey blue hat with a maroon and blue check coat; Miss Pauline Sy- ' mons a grey pencil-stripe suit with navy accessories. Miss Pat Cox, , who was hatless, also wore a grey : suit with white accessories; and her sister. Miss Pamela Box. was ] in brown and chrome yellow check tweeds. '