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Mrs. N. 'Mills, of 'Melbourne, is holidaying at Stratford and staying with her son, Mr, A. Mills. She will later be with her daughter, Mrs. C. Goodwin, at Maffra. Mrs. Gordon Powell, who was well known in Sale as Miss Gwen Gil christ, was responsible for the pro duction of some one-act plays ar ranged in Melbourne last week to welcome the new principal of the Presbyterian Ladies' College. Miss Eileen Breheny returned to Sale on Saturday night after spend ing a month at Elizabeth Bay, Sydney. Mr. Tom Kelly has been holidaying in Sydney for the past two weeks. Amongst his friends he looked up Mfr. Les Fraser, who was well known in Sale many years ago. Mr. Fraser is attached to the staff of the Sydney Sun. Miss Molly Lawless recently went by aeroplane to Broken Hill for a fort night's holiday. Mrs. J. Daley spent last week in Melbourne. Miss Rae Armstrong is at present holidaying in Melbourne, Mrs. C. Bowen, of Melbourne, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. i Wise at Ocean Grove where they have taken a house, 9 " * " The Misses Margaret Ronchi, Sheilal Kelly and Doris Dowd left on Saturday to spend a holiday at Marylands, i Marysville. Mrs. J. Crofton Lee has been holl- s daying at Seaspray where she has had n a house for a week or two. T Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keating, formerly of Longford, on the birth of a daughter, Mr, L. C. Treloar entertained sever al of his friends yesterday by taking them on a trip up the Avon in his de lightfully-equipped motor launch. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Maynard and family are at present enjoying a holi day in Sydney where Mr. Maynard has gone to compete in the bowls tourna ment. r The engagement' is announced be- h tween Rosemary, only--daughter" of J Mr. and Mrs; Thomas Breheny, of v Melbourne to Gerald Richard, eldest r son of the late Mr. B. G. Lamprell and t of Mrs, Lamprell, of Adelaide. e Miss Marjorie Dowd returned last week after spending a fortnight In I Melbourne. c " " " t Mr. Don Sutherland is at present c in the Yarram Hospital as the result of a sudden illness. The engagement is announced of Miss Mae Treadwell, York Street, t Sale, to Mr. Robert A. Fisher, Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland. Miss Thelma Crozier, with Miss SEdna McInnes, left by train Saturday morning for Geelong where they will spend part of their holidays as the guests of Mrs. Hall. Mr, and Mrs. 9. Bruse, Senr., . of "Stanton Park," Perry Bridge and their two daughters, Sylvia and Mrs. Jim Bedggood, of Meerlieu, have re turned after a trip to Hastings for the golden wedding of Mrs. Bruse's brother. A most enjoyable trip around the coast by car was made. Mr. and Mrs. Bruses next move is to Marlo where Mr. Bruse will indulge in deep sea fishing. Mr. C. Short, a former Traralgon railway man, but now of Maffra. who was recently married, was given a housewarm:ng when about 15:lpeople from Traralgon Joined in the well wishes. The engagement is announced of Kathleen Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Colbert, King street, Yar ram, to Luke Ambrose, third son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. McDermott, Car rajung. Ladies who are worried about ill fitting corsets would be wise to con sult Madame Rockhey, who will advise about the correct corset. No factory made garment can give the entire comfort and satisfaction which is ob tained with a made-to-measure gar ment. If telephoned at the Star Hotel for an appointment Madame will call at the home and fit personally. 1938 17 01 The engagement is announced be- tween Pauline Clarice, fourth daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Ayres, of Bairnsdale, formerly of Narrung, South Australia, to Albert Richard, only son of Mrs. J. V. Kyle. of Bairns dale, and the late Mr. J. W. Kyle, of Ashley Downs, Goon Nure. Mr. W. Hopkinson, bank official of Heyfield, has been transferred to Melbourne. Mr. Collin, of Colling wood succeeds him. Mr. J. R. O'Brien, another bank official at Heyfleld, who has proved a very useful citizen over ten years has been appointed a bank manager at Swift's Creek. lie is succeded by Mr, N. F. Gleeson, who hails from Don
Golfers in particular regret the de parture from Sale of Mr. Ted Davy, who has been secretary of the local club with good effect for some years. Members contributed freely towards a "purse" which was handed over to him over a social glass or two on Thursday evening. In the absence of the President (lMr. J. Crofton Lee) Mr. Victor Trood spoke nicely of the re gard they all felt for Ted and the ap preciation they had for his work. Mr. Peter Jensen supported him as his em ployer and as a member of the Golf Club, Mr. Davy replied in apprecia tive terms and wished the club and its members continued prosperity, Mr. Davey is leaving Sale for health rea sons. Mrs. Lonie who was well known in Sale musical circles some years ago and Miss Beatrice Perdue have been on a visit to "Bon Accord". Mrs. Lonie who reneweT many old acquaintances. expressed surprise at the great im provement in the town during her many years absence. Mr. T. Stirling, spent a couple of days in Sale last week and joined in a game of bowls. Mr. A. H. Borthwick has left on his annual fishing expedition at Lakes Entrance, and his many friends in Sale and Wurruk wish him the best of luck. Friends of M1r. Harry Davis will re gret to learn that he is seriously ill in India. Mr. C. Book, K.C., accompanied by his wife, will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. A. Cole during their stay in Bairnsdale. Mr. A. E. Daws, of the Maffra staff of the National Bank, has received notice of transfer to Lindenow. MUNLEY-LANIGAN Wallis and navy blue was the charm ing color scheme chosen by Miss Alma Lanigan, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Lanigan, of "Mewburn," Tinamba, for her marriage to Mr. An thony Munley, eldest son of 'Mr. and Mrs. A. Munley, of Wonthaggi. The bride's frock featured slender fitting skirt and bolero jacket, with wind-swept hat to tone. An ivory prayer book, the gift of the bridegroom was carried. Miss Nelleen Lanigan, sister of the bride, acted as brides maid, and was dressed in a frock of rust matalasse cloth, with hat to match. Mr. James Munley attended his brother as best man. After the ceremony, which was celebrated at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Maffra, by the Rev. Father Callanan, the happy couple left by train for an extended honeymcon at San Remo. Their future home will be near Maffra.