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tessed a bridge afternoon at the Pleiades Club, on Tuesday, to welcome to Perth Mrs. O. Silbert, a recent Sydney bride, and also to farewell Mrs. J. Vandervelde. who sailed by the Ormiston on an extended tour ot the Eastern States, and New Zea- land.

Mr. F. J. Sweetman, accompanied by his daughter, returned to Perth by the Cathay last Tuesday after a visit

to Bombay.

One of the hostesses of the week was Miss Zoe Weir, who had a bridge party at her home in Claremont. Around the tables were the Misses Joy and Phil. Malloch, J. Pead, P. Woodrise, Joy Morrison and Lucy Stone, and Joan and Mary Wittenoom.

Mrs. Keith Farrington, with her two j

'«mall daughters, is visiting Carnamah

and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Neil | Graham. Mrs. Farrington was form- erly Miss Bessie Durlacher, of Cottes-

loe, and at the Masonic Ball held in j Carnamah she gave several.-elocution- ary items which were much appre- ciated-*'"" "

Now on her way to America by the Mari po Ba ls Miss Dorothy Duncklev, who is bound for Hollywood to study the latest methods in screen make-up. Miss Dunckley was make-up expert to Cinesound, and acted in a double ca- pacity in The Squatter's Daughter," the Cinesound film, in which she not only played a comedy role but also made up her fellow players. While away she Intends to discover whether .'realism" in American films is realism and not just make-believe. Miss Dunckley will be remembered in Perth for her work in the early Repertory Club day». She also appeared in Perth with the Betty Ross Clarke Co. in "The Ghost Train" and other plays.


It's Dancing Time]

September T.-The Second Annual

Blue Ball, to be held at the Winthrop I

Hall, Crawley.


Sept. T.-Modern ballroom dancing! class night at June Irvine School of Dancing Studio, 2 Temple Court Build- ings. B5663, Private lessons day and evenings, 8/; tapping, 2/; all branches stage and ballroom dancing. Chil- dren's stage class, 10.30 Saturday morning.

Thursday. September 7.-Leederville branch Silver Chain District Nursing Association will hold a novelty plain and fancy dress dance (adult), in St Mary's Hall, Oxford-street, Leederville

' Sept. 8.-The Commercial Travellers' annual ball will be held at the Em- bassy Cabaret

September 12.-The Nedlands Park Tennis Club, in conjunction with the Nedlands Younger Set, is holding a dance in St. Theresa's Hall, Nedlands,

T Cora er of Tyrell and Elizabeth streets.

"Sheridan's orchestra will provide the music.- " '

September 12.-The U-16th Batta- lion, Ci ty. of Perth Regiment, ls holding, a birthday ball to celebrate Its 73rd birthday in the Swan Barracks. Music will be supplied by the City ot Perth Regimental Band and orchestra.

Sept 14.-St Brigid's Past Students* Association dance. In the Karrakatta Club. Smith's orchestra.

September Ï6. - Balloon and Streamer Carnival at the A.NJL Club House, Riverside Drive.

September 16.-Zimpel's Social Club, select dence in Karrakatta Club. Wynne Duke's orchestra. Double tickets, 4/.

September il.-Foy's staff dance. Embassy Cabaret, 8 p.m. Proceeds In aid of Children's Hospital. Tickets, 3/6 at all departments and card office.

September Î2.-Annual Hunt Club Ball, at the Embassy Cabaret Charles Sheridan and his Embassy Band will provide the music

September 28.-The Movie Ball at the Embassy Cabaret, dancing: 8.30 p.m.-3 a.m. Organised by the Reelers' Club, lt promises to be a unique event. Special lighting effects will be intro- duced and a talkie equipment installed to provide entertainment between dances as well as many novel stunts and snappy ballets.


Elder daughter of Mr.* and Mrs.\ C. Wood, of 268 . Charles-street, . North Perth, who recently attained -her 'ma-

jority. '

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At the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wood, of 268 Charles-street. North Perth, a.large number of friends for- gathered at Keough's Hall to celebrate the coming of age of their-eldest daughter. Dorothy. Dancing and competitions were enjoyed, and at supper the usual toasts were honored, and the guest of honor cut the cake.

¡ While the key was being autographed

the company indulged in community singing. Dancing was then resumed I until the singing of "Auld Lang Syne"

terminated a happy evening.

Mrs. Tregpnning, of Claremont, is enjoying a fortnight's holiday at Roleystone.

Station House, Laverton, was the scene of a happy gathering. When Mrs. Leonard invited the ladies of the dis- trict to meet Mrs. Fisher (who ls on a trip from Ireland) and Mrs. Love, of Fremantle. Music passed the after- noon very happily, and an advertise- ment competition was won by Mrs. Tom Harris, with Mrs. Fisher second. A dainty afternoon tea was served, and the lounge was a bower of sweet peas, which were sent in by Mrs. Brockman, of White Cliffs. Those present were: Mesdames Fisher, Love, Ideally, Hurd. Harris, Holland, Lambert.. Finder, Bateman, Matron Hart, Mitchell, and Purdy.

A -meeting and social gathering of the R.SX. women's auxiliary of Gwalia, was held at the- residence of Mrs. C. Valentine, sen, on Thursday. August 24, the object being to discuss the desirability of forming ' a

branch of .the -.above 'league. Messers. Shepherd and .Maine were present to explain ' the rules. «nd . regulation*'ii)£ the above-and-both addressed "fee' meeting In an instructive maimer. It was decided .to .form a branch. _ Aftsrr noon tea was served -by Mrs. Valen- tine assisted by the Misses. Chishohn and Daws. The following ladies were present:-Mesdames Valentine- (2), Skltch. Prince, Hilliard, Harker, Chis- holm, Dower. Four ladles from Leon- ora attendedr-Mesdames Lloyd. Arm- strong, Brown and Miss Brown. The next meeting will be held , at Leonora; where it is hoped a large , number will attend.

A wedding of interest to friends In

Claremont was celebrated at St. Michael and AU Saints* Church. Hen- ley Beach, S JL, when Miss Jean Christie, daughter ot Mr. A, J. Christie, of ' Kangaroo Island, and niece of Mrs. A.* McCarthy, late of Princess-road, Claremont, was' mar- ried to Mr. John C. Buchanan, of Swanbourne. The bride wore a grace- ful frock of white crinkled morceau, the usual wreath and tulle veû, and carried a bouquet of roses. Her. bridesmaids were Miss Margery Christie and Miss Lesley Christie, who wore pretty gowns of apple green and apricot crinkled morocain respectively, and turbans to-»tone. The best man was Mr. Bert Buchanan, and groomsman Mr. Don Gremshaw. The reception was held at The Kiosk. . Henley Beach, where about sixty guests were enter- tained. The bride and bridegroom left for Victor Harbor for the honeymoon, and arrived last Monday by Trans, train to make their home In'W.A.

Miss Ada Hymus, of West Perth, letti on Friday by the s.s. Minderoo on a three months' trip to China, and Japan.


Miss Nancy Parker, of Balladong, York, is spending some weeks with her sister, Mrs. Brian Derry, of Keane street.. Cottesloe.

Mr. A. J. Barrett left for Adelaide by plane last Tuesday. He gave a dinner party at the Esplanade Hotel before his departure.

! Dr. and Mrs. Frank Gill, 'and Mr. and

, Mrs. Cummings. are holidaying

I at Mundaring "Weir. They will . be staying for about a fortnight. j

Mrs. Hugh Davies, of South Tarra, Melbourne, has arrived in Perth to : spend several weeks* holiday with- her daughter, Mrs. P. Berry, of Bellevue


. Miss Judy James, who for the past two months has been visiting friends tn the Murchison district, is at pre- sent the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Walsh, of Mileura Station, and expects . to return to Perth about the middle of

the month.

Mr..and Mrs. G. W. Collins, of Holly- wood, have returned home after spending a delightful holiday on the Bowes: Estate, via Northampton. Bur- iner their stay they were the guests of Mrs. E. M. Drage. The main object I of their visit was to see their son, Ed {ward.

On Friday next the Children's Pro- tection. Society is making its annual appeal by the sale of.wattle, boronia and cut flowers in the streets of i Perth.- ? Through illness a large num- ber of willing workers will be unable I to assist, so Mrs. Grey and Mrs. Male, whoi are; in . charge of the appeal, arc anxious to obtain all possible assist- ance. The Children's Protection So

! clety is well-known in Perth for help I ing women and children under ans i circumstances. The officers at th«

j nurseries are/ kept busy in attending I to the numerous demands made or

them. Giving hot meals is by m means all that is done: the homes an i visited, by which needy are found, as

such cases are rarely met with In th< streets. . It is a great joy to be able ti Kelp this kind of suffering. Mrs Walker, a well-known friend of child Tßrif. knitted a very nice jacket an( , disposed' of it, passing the proceed)

f.£S> to the office. Mrs. H. J. Gre: drew ;the winning ticket. No. 54. I the .-bolder-of that number will call a the. office the jacket can be obtained.


Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rus- sen, .of Government-road. Osborne Park, who bas passed three Trinity College of Music examinations (piano- forte) at the age of nine. She is a pupil of Mrs. Wilkinson, of South


MÍES Hargreaves and Miss Thom- son sailed tor London on the Oronsay on Monday. They have been in Aus- tralia in connection with the overseas settlement for women.

The annual meeting of the Child- ren's Protection Society will be" held on ! September ll af the Karrakatta Club Hall at 8 P;m. The IJent.-Gover- nor. Sir James Mitchell, end Lady Mitchell, the Lord Mayor (Mr. J. T. Franklin. MÍ.C). and the Lady Mayoress (Mrs. E. E. Sinclair) have signified their intention of being pre- sent. A good musical programme has been arranged by Mrs. F. W. Carter, at which the following artists have consented to assist-: Mr. and Mrs. Meu gens. Miss Thelma Neil, Miss Darrell Harford, Miss Alice Randell, Mr. Horace Dean, and Mr. Edward Black accompanist.

Attractively decorated with gold and cerise, the Maylands Town Hall pre- sented a scene of gaiety last Monday evening when the Maylands Group 16 Boy Scouts held their' annual children's fancy dress ball. There was a large attendance, and ' the difficult task of judging, was in'the hands of Mesdames Howes; Forster, Hegney, Messrs. G. E.

D. Forster, and J. Hegney. MX.A. Mrs.: Hegney -presented the prizes. During i the ceremony Commissioner F. Hunt, on behalf of headquarters, extended sincere thanks to ali who assisted in making the .evening a success. Other 1 guests were1' . Scoutmasters Marshall

and Jack Watts. Mr*. C. E. Knight' directed the proceedings, and Mrs. R. j Golding was secretary. : j

I Mrs. Reginald Long, of Richardson avenue, is visiting Doodlakine as the

guest ot Mrs. Cook. .

Miss Baker, of Tranby Park, re- turned home on Monday, after a holi- day spent in the Eastern States.

Mrs. H. IjOgan, of Inglewood, left yesterday for a month's stay In Albany, where she will be the guest of her mother, Mrs. H. Smith.

Mrs. P. B. Durack and Mrs. Reginald Summerhayes, who have been spend- ing some weeks in Harvey with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Durack, have returned

to town. i

* » « j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin, of ¡

Seventh-avenue. Inglewood, motored to the goldfields during the week, to spend a holiday with Mr. and Mrs. "Wallie Ritchies, of Kalgoorlie.

In connection with the refreshment stall at the Children's Hospital an- nual fete, Mrs. Hill is arranging a bridge party, to be held in the auxili- ary rooms on Wednesday evening, September 13.

The Returned Maimed and Limbless Soldiers Women's Auxiliary is running its usual .monthly bridge evening at the hostel, Colin-street, West Perth, on September 13. Tables may be reserved by ringing Miss Meares (B5888).

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hedges, of Highland Valley, Burekup, during their visit to Perth,-stayed at the Es- planade Hotel. On their return home they were accompanied by their daughter,- Barbara,- to-spend-her school holidays.

Mrs. A. W. Thomas, of Unley, South Australia, is on a visit to her . sisters, Mrs. J. Burkett, Nedlands, and Mrs. R. Llewellyn, "Ventnor-avenue. Mrs. Thomas was a Western Australian girl and will be remembered as Miss Mary Mcculloch, of Coolgardie.

The next meeting of theLAJB. Music Club will be held at the Karrakatta Club Hall on Saturday evening next. The business meeting for members only will be held at 8 p.m., while at 8.30 p.m. guests will be welcomed. The musical programme has been arranged by MT. Edward Black.

A programme of solos and bright ensembles was presented by the Sun- shine Merrymakers' Company at King's Hall, Subiaco, last Thursday , in aid of the local Soccer Football Club. Each item was well -received and the show , went with a swing. The soloists were Misses .Mamie Jones, Gwen Ellis, and Faith Musakahn, and Messrs.. S. Greenwood, F. Harmer, W. Eayrs, W. Briggs. Geo. Day and D. Neill, the ballet, comprising Misses Enid Robin- son, Boris Neill, G. Ellis and Al and Bobs Ryan. Mr. Geo. Day was . the producer. Miss Jones was responsible for the ballets,-while "Mr.- Davey »was at the piano.- i

Miss Lillian Ward-Hughes arranged!

a surprise party in honor of her sister Nancy's birthday last week. Her! guests spend an enjoyable afternoon playing bridge, and included the Misses Cranshaw. F. Boas, J. Pead, L. Stone, Betty Bolton and Mrs. C. Roberta.


An engagement of much interest re- cently announced from Melbourne is that of Elaine B. Varee, che daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Brett, of South Tarra, Melbourne, to Mr. T. B. Mit- chell, the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mitchell, of The Wil- lows, Bunbury. Mr. Mitchell left this State during the month to reside in


An enjoyable dance was held at Keough's Hall last Tuesday in aid of the Maylands Roman Catholic Church. Despite the weather there was a large number of young people present who spent a happy evening dancing to bright music of Charles Sheridan's or- chestra. The success of the affair was due to the untiring efforts of the hon. secretary. Miss Keough, and her ener- getic committee.

A band of ladies from the Methodist Church, Bunbury, journeyed to Har- vey and presented an excellent concert to a full house. The concert had been gi -en in Bunbury previously, and a ? considerable sum of money was raised

in both towns in the interest of the Methodist Church. The visitors were entertained to "high tea" and supper and the Rev. Victor Deakin thanked the organiser, Mrs. A. H. Boult«- and , her company for their help.

To welcome her daughter Barbara, who had returned from Noumea, Mr6. English Clarke gave a party last Mon- day afternoon at her flat In Ord-street, West Perth. Amongst the guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cocks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gair, Mr. and Mrs. Mac. Cuming, Dr. and Mrs. Jim Ainslie, Mrs. John Learmonth, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore. Misses Gwenyth Ambrose. Molly Learmonth. Betty Wood, Angie Bunning, Joy Hill. Messrs. Ned Moss, Keith Barker, Charles Maynard, John Brooks, Ross Ambrose, Tom Bunning, and Dr. Walter Seed.

Mr. - and* Mrs. 1 Ix . feilverston, . ' of Mount-street,-' sailed forç'Colombo 'last Monday.' on the Oroñsay to spend a holiday-'in'the East .: , : -

Amongst-the Perth visitors, to Kal- goorlie for the .racing carnhraL -are Mr. and. Mrs.; C. Davis, of -Longroy<d. street, -Mount i Lawley,'and their - son Sydney. -. - : . ;, -. j . ? ? .- j.,'


Misa Marlo Stüart-Boyd is spend- j lng-a . holiday at Wagin as the guest j

of Mrs. -Durack.

Mies PhyU Malloch entertained a few i friends to tennis at ber horáe.IasfcSuh- ]

jflfiy afternoon.. Her \gnests . Included : the^Misses Zoe Weir,' I* Stone, S. i Clarke, Bichardson, J. "? Cockburn, P. ?' . BaïéinaivIJex XJamb, and-S. -Pegott.- ; <

Mr. H. S. Hatton, who went to New South Wales recently, was appointed superintendent ot the Barnado Train- ing Farm .at Picton. He decided, how- ever, to return to the West.

The ladies* committee of the Perth Flying Squadron is holding a bridge party, in the club rooms, the Espla- nade, on Tuesday, September 12. Tables may be booked by ringing

B4089 or B1397.

To augment funds for the annual fete at the Children's Hospital, Mrs. H. J. Minors is arranging a tennis day at the Zoo, on Saturday next, ! commencing at 10.30 a.m. For book-

ings ring Mrs. Minors, B829S.

, In the wording beneath a photograph

of successful singing pupils of St, Brigid's Convent which appeared in our last issue, the name of Miss Pat Hannah was omitted. Miss Hannah secured distinction in the advanced grade.

Miss .Peggy Manford, the younger daughter of Mrs. F. Manford, of Pep- permint Grove, has returned home after a long visit to Mrs. Hubert Mil lax, of Yandil Station. Miss Manford is making preparations for her wed -dlng to Mr. Bill Cleland, which is to take place in October.

Recently about SO friends ' of Mrs. Harry Smith, of Grant-street, Cottes- loe, surprised her oh the occasion of her birthday. Dancing, singing and music passed the evening away. till supper' time, when the toast of the "Guest of the evening" was honored. The supper table, which was greatly admired, was the work of Miss Unity TimhrelL .

Members of the Regal Entertainers under the direction of Mrs. M. - E. Teague recently gave a pleasing, pro- gramme for the patients of the Clare- mont Asylum. Bright costumes and ballet .numbers ' kept the show lively. Comedy sketches, & comedy wrestling bout and an acrobatic specialty num- ber were, popular. Members -assisting were -Ruth Opie, Jean Pember, Eileen Winter, Edna Winter, Doris Mose, Alleen .Campbell, Vaimal Winier, Gor- don Woolley, Joe Lewis, Terry Scan Ian, Bert Tolmey, Eva Jones, Albert Thompson and Lionel Nagel.

: The 'monthly meeting of the Chil- dren's Hospital women's auxiliary was held on Tuesday last in the rooms at the hospital. Mrs. Shortland Jones presided over a large attendance. After the usual . business wag dealt with, matters, concerning the annual ' fete took Jip the remainder, of the time.

The books for the art union were dis-, tributed amongst all members, fresh Stalls were added to the list, and more nplpéra. .The. enthusiasm was keener ¡than . 'ever,' which ' promises' even greater successes 'than in past years. The .whole - of the .art union has been donated.....

Th« Kitchener Park Croquet Club was unfortunate in choosing last Sat- urday week ' for ita dosing1 day, ; the weather being most unsuitable for eren ta -to be played on the lawns.

! Members and visitors were accommo- dated In the pavilion,' however, and I bridge waa played until afternoon tea

time, after which the prizes won dur \ lng the'season were presented by the


Rev. Harry Moore, president of the Methodist Conference, conducted spé- cial services in the Methodist Church, Bunbury, last Sunday to celebrate the re-opening of the church, which has; been closed for six weeks for repairs. The beautiful stained glass windows have- been built into new mouldings,. and there was a gleam of polished j wood and brass that has transformed j

the building into one of the prettiest

I of country churches. j

The members of the Leederville

Croquet Club gave a complimentary j afternoon to their president, Mrs. H. j I J. Simper. The arrangement to hold

competitions on the lawns was can- j ! celléd on account of the Inclement wea-

ther, and bridge in the pavilion was

substituted, the winners being Mes- j

dames Clarke and Roberts. A presen- tation to Mrs. Simper was made by Mrs. Lawrence, vice-president, on be-

half of the members, and dainty after- j

noon tea brought the proceedings to a I close. I

The Leederville branch of.the Silver:

I Chain District Nursing Association | I are organising a novelty masquerade j

j dance to take place on Thursday even

[lng next, In St, Mary's Hali, Oxford- ]

street (No. 16 tram to Marian-street). It will be a plain and fancy dress event, and prizes are offered for the best fancy set and individual cos- tumes. Colin Smith's orchestra has been engaged to provide the music,

and with a dainty supper a pleasant | , evening is assured. Tickets are avail- able from all members of the commit- tee, or at Musgrove's Ltd., Murray



A. popular member of the teaching staff of the Maylands State School for the past eight years, who has been

transferred to Northam._

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Hadley arrived In Perth last Monday, and will be stay- ing at the 'Esplanade Hotel during their


Mr. and .Mrs. Basil Hopwood,. of

Bencubbin, visited Perth during the j week- .They speak'well of their dis-

trict's prospects.

Misses Betty Wood and - Barbara Clarke returned home last week after a holiday cruise to Noumea in ' the R.M.S. Oronsay,

Dr. Bruce Hunt, who bas been spending à holiday in Melbourne, is returning to Perth by the trans, train on Monday morning.

Mr. A. C. Maccallum, of Mundaring, accompanied by his niece. Miss Hen- derson,- left- by the Cathay last week bound for à holiday in New Zealand.

.Mr. Rodney X« Mesurler, of Keane street, Cottesloe, with his two elder sons, ls. staying at Narrogin, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes.


Who ha* gained the Associate Diploma of the Trinity College of Music for violin playing. Miss Davey secured 83 marks at the. recent examinations. Last year ehe obtained the same dip- loma for .'plano playing and was also successful in the Art-of Teaching and Higher Rudiments. Miss Davey ls a pupil of the; Convent of Mercy, Tic

Miss G. Lsefroy, Miss Watkins and Miss Habgood returned to Perth last Monday, having .spent an enjoyable holiday motoring in the south-West

Dr, Frank -Gallasen, of Kellerberrin, with his mother, motored to Carnamah last Wednesday to visit his sister, Mrs. Clyde Haig, who has been in very indifferent. health.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. A. Trowell re- cently arrived from the Malay States, and will be. staying here for about three months before going on to New Zealand. Mr; Trowell, who ls attach- ed to the Mines Department Feder- ated Malay States,'Is on eight months' furlough.

One of last week's hostesses of a charming birthday party, was Miss Amelia Forbea-Mudie. Among her guests were the Misses Coralie Else wood, Armorelle Howard-Bath, Gwen Evans, Verna Appel, Julia Cohen, Pierl Bird and Kim bal Saunders, and Messrs. Colin Cheney, Bob Fergie. Charles ' Penn, .Bernard and Jack Bayly,..Phil Henwood, Fred Goodwin, John Mlllar-And Raymond Petersen..

HHE Misses Nancy and Doro-

thy Waldie-Forbea J nv! ted some friends to bridge at their home in Peppermint Grove. Among the play- ers were noticed Mr». Bo- bin Lelper, Mrs. Ted Blackman, Misses Betty Piesse, Pat Saw. Joyce Burridge, Lola Stuart Smith, Barbara Nairn, Betty Rosens tam m. Anne Burt. B. Beider berg, Betty Blackman and Phyllis

Hope Robertson.

Miss Dorothy Gillard. oí Bruce Rock, who visited Perth," for the country golf tournament, returned home last


Mr. Bob Russell, of Kojonup, ls at present an Inmate of St. John's Hoepl tal, where he is receiving surgical treatment for his eye.

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ban tock, haring let their home in Nedlands, have taken a flat in Central Piata, Hay-streec Mrs. Bantock has gone out ot house- keeping owing to h eal tb reasons.

Major-General Grimwade, of Mel- bourne, will arrive In Perth to -morrow by the Narkunda. and will stay for a week. His son. Mr. John Orim Wad«, will arrive by train to-morrow morn-


Mrs. Carey, of Wyalkatchem, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Stuart-Boyd. of Claremont, for the past month, returned to her home last week, accompanied by her mother,

Mrs. Mathews.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Smart, of Sea View street, Beaconsfield, entertained friends at bridge last Saturday week. A very pleasant evening was spent, and the prize for the hidden number waa won by Mrs. A. Williams.

After visiting her son. Mr. WaUaoe Hope, of Kojonup, for two month», Mrs. R. Hope spent a few day» Ja Perth before leaving on her return to Geelong. Mr. Hope, who motored hts mother to Perth, returned to Kojjsup

on Tuesday.

Mrs. Jacobson, of Shenton-road. Swanbourne, hostessed a kitchen tea, at her home, tn honor of Mia» Eileen Thompson, whose marriage to Mr. Thomas Pearson waa arranged to take place yesterday at St Thomas' Church. Claremont. Among the friends pre- sent were Mesdames Wilmot, Thomp- son. McKinley, Vaux, Hewett. Telford. Simons, Misses A. Gibeon. M. Cover, M. Jacobson, M. and I. Thompson, A. Pearson: Messrs. McKinley. Vaux, Hewitt, Pearson. Wilmot Olsen. Tel- ford, Simons and Thompson.