BRIDE at the Presbyterian
Church. Midland Junction, was Mavis Valetta, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Genders, of Padbury-terrace. Midland Junc- tion, who was married to Jack Bray Penno. elder son of Mrs. I. C. Reeve. Elgee-street. Midland Junc- tion. Organist was Mrs. H. Rob- erts.» Miss K. Dean rendering a solo. The bride, given away by her father, wore a model frocff of white tucked riptide crepe with white accessories, and was atten-1 ded by the groom's sister, Mrs. R Durrant, who wore mist blue tucked marquisette. Each carried floral decorations on their hand- bags. Mrs. Durrant made both frocks. Mr. Roy Brown was best man. Guests were received by the bride's mother, assisted by the groom's sister, at the Lesser Town HalL Top tier of the cake will be sent to the bride's brother. George, .who' is serving- with the AIF.
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I p«HRrST Church, Claremont, I v was the scene of the mar I Hage of Cynthia Betty Jean,
daughter of Major and Mrs. R. C. Dettman, Rifle Range, Swan- bourne, to Colin James (Ret.- 2/16, ALF.), son of Mr. &nd Airs. H. P. Palmer, Bulwer-«=t_. Perth, The bride was given away by her father, and Miss Nell Shortland Jones rendered a solo. A hand embroidered veil completed the trained bridal gown of guipure lace over magnolia ES tin, and cream and pink roses were car- ried. Mrs.* lindsay P Dettman (wife J ot Lieut. L. V. Dettman, ALF.) was gowned in cyfclamen marquisette, with topknot and bouquet of delphiniums and ger- beras. Jack Palmer. groom's brother, was best man. Reception ! was at Renos. Telegrams, cheques!
and gifts were received from friends in this State and Victoria,
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MISS JUNE SHENTON TRIM, of Applecross, who has chosen nursing as her career, and is training at the Children's Hos- pital, Perth. June is a member
of a distinguished old Western Australian family, of whom Sir
George Shenton was a leading
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AT perin College Chapel, Mt.
Lawley, on November 4, the marriage took place of Edythe Roberta Gardiner, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Gardiner, of
Inglewood, and F/Lieut. Hartley Vivian Shearn, RAAF, only son of Mr. H. V. Shearn. M.L.A.. and Mrs. Shearn, of Mt- Lawley. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a Tudor frock of magnolia satin with raw-cut veil, and carried a bouquet . of gladioli, jasmine and mock orange blossom. Brides- maids, Betty Gardiner and Lor- raine Shearn, wore hydrangea blue flat crepe, and carried fuchsias and pale pink gladioli. P/O G. V. Ford was best man, and Sqdn.-Ldr. K. James groomsman. Guests .were entertained at a reception at the Mt. Lawley Tennis Clubhouse, where the usual toasts were hon- ored and the uniquely designed cake was cut.
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OPENING ceremony of the gar-
den JTete at Supreme Court. Gardens yesterday, arranged for the Red Cross Emergency Service Companies, was performed by the Lieut--Governor, Sir James Mit cholL Many attractions were ar- ranged for visitors, and afternoon tea was served.
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MISS WINIFRED HILDA PAVE. I/ING, whose engagement to Sgt. Reginald John McCarthy, RAAF,
was recently announced.
HISS EILEEN LUDGATE, only daughter of Hr. and Mn. w. H. Ladéate, off 3 Borscess-ntreet,
Leederville, whose engagament. to Ronald Seymour Hearns, elder
?on of Hr. and Hrs. W. s.
Hearns, 137 Golldford-rd., Hay-
lands, bas been announced*
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HISS MAVIS HYNES, of 248 Heytesbury-rd., Subiaco, whose marriage to Mr. John A. Sallar, of 36 Aberdare-rond, Shenton Park, will take place at St Hary'« Charco of England, Colin-»West Perth, on Satur-
day next at 4 p.m.
FRIENDS of Miss Glady Hope,
of Mt. Lawley, will be sorry to learn that she ls at present an Inmate of Westminster Hospital, Perth, for an appendix operation. Glady is popular pianist and sec- retary of Boans Camp Concert Party and her entertainment of troops, both locally and "bush" is well-known. Since.the beginning of the war she has taken part in' some 400 concerts.
PROUD woman during the week
was Mrs. W. G. (Herbie) Screaigh, when she received the trophy that was presented to her husband, Pte. Herb Screaigh, ALF., . for safe-keeping by mem- bers of an AXF. football team, of which he is captain. Trophy was given "in recognition of a grand football team, from Major-Gen. Jes. Stevens. D.SO." Herbie, it will be recalled, payed League football for East Perth, and cap- tained that side just prior to joining the ALF.
THINNER and cocktails at the
Palace in honor of Patricia Egerton - Warburton attracted friends during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Egerton-Warburton. St. Wer- burghs, Mt. Barker, did the honors for their daughter, who re- ceived many congratulatory mes- sages. Those present Included Barbara Kinane, Valerie Plunkett, Judy-' Crowther, Cecily Pascoe, Beryl Flower, Yexley Egerton Warburton; Lieut. B. Gibson, U.S.N., Commander Jack Martin, U.SJSr., Jack Seaward, Lieut. Ed- win Ferhon, U.S.N., Lieut. Gordon Taft, D.S.N., Lieut. David Kan napelL, U.SJi. and Robert Cook.
FURTHER afield, from New
York, comes word from Stella Moynelle, who will be remember- ed as Stella Enderby.' She arrived safely, and has joined her hus- band who is now discharged from the Army and back in business again. Stella loves America anc has no difficulty in finding hei way about. She has met quite i number of Australian brides, in- cluding Esme Connelly, of Frc mantle, who was married in Syd- ney at the beginning of the year