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FOURSOME OF COISNOISSEVRS at the Wine and Cheese Tasting organised by the Elizabethan Theatre Younger Set committee at the Douglas Lamb cellars. They are. from left, Miss Jan Crofts, Mr. John
Evans, secretary; Miss Helen Jenkyn. and Mr. Douglas Lamb.
THIS is the 50th-anniversary year of the Kosci
usko Alpine Club, which will get the snow season off to an even gayer start than usual with an un usual gluhwein party on June 27.
The party will be held at the Vaucluse home of commit tee member Helen Reed, who will be hostess to about 60 skiers. Helen, who will serve the gluhwein ? mulled claret and burgundy to the uniniti ated ? with ravioli and spag hetti, told me proudly, ''We're
the oldest club on the snow."
In addition to celebrations actually on the snow, the club will hold its ball at the Went worth on August 8.
'"We haven't thought too much about it yet," Helen ex plained, "but our president, Tom Southwell - Keely, and sociäl secretary, Marjorie Moran, and all the committee will soon get down to the de
gAW Christine Waite, of
Vaucluse, dining at Cap rice last week with her fiance, David Norman.
^JOST on-the-ball poster ol
this satellite age adver tises this year's Dental Ball at the Trocadero on July 1. It reads: "Formal attempt to orbit Troc around moon . . . estimated blast-off between
9 p.m. and 1 a.m." Among the space-travellers will be the Dean of the Dental Faculty, Professor A. J. Arnott, and
EVERYTHING'S blue in the
Hunter's Hill home of Dr. and Mrs. Peter McFadden for
young Timothy James, the
most recent addition to the
family and brother for Juli annc and Jane Louise. Timothy is the first grandson for Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pig gott, of Lane Cove, formerly of Goulburn. The other proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McFadden. of Fvmble.
TWO OF THE PRETTY debutantes who were presented to the Governor, Sir Eric Woodward, at the Legacy Ball. They are Judy Ellis, of Double Bay, and Beverlev Cameron, of Lane Cove.
LOOKING forward to the
champagne cocktails be fore The King's School Old Boys' Dance at Mark Foy's Ballroom on June 19. The ball is to aid the school building
QUICK trip down south for
Mrs. Philip Ashton, of "Coreena," Junee, who went down to Kew, Victoria, for the eightieth birthday of her
Graham Bal four, of Kew.
HONEYMOON TRIP to Fiji for Mr. and Mrs. Donald McDonagh, pictured after their marriage at St. Canice's. Elizabeth Bay. The bride teas formerly Patricia Tydd. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tydd, of Gunnedah.
ST. JOSEPH'S, Edgecliff, teas chosen by Margaret O'Neill for her marriage to Alexander Redler, the only son of the Consul for Guatemala, Dr. Adam Redler, and Mrs. Redler, of Double Bar. Margaret is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O'Neill, of
Merimbula and Killara. The reception teas at Glen Ascham.
HAPPY SMILES from just-wed Owen Croft and his bride, formerly Sally Mansfield, after their wedding at St. John's Cathedral, Brisbane. With them, from left, are best man Theo Freeth, of Southport, Queens land; Sally's sister, Helen Mansfield; Graham White, of Guyra; and Owen's sisters, Margaret Croft and flower-girl Camilla Croft. Sallr
and Owen will make their home at "Salisbury Court." Uralla.
SQUARE-CUT DIAMOND RING U being worn by Sue Walker, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Walker, of Casino, pictured with her fiance. John Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bush, of Bellevue Hill.