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Broken Hill Barrier Miner (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Broken Hill, New South Wales tic la rih a mom Wpm need. Few re Twa Tive Fzli ill a i ii a i. I u a Irett Taute in Ombac Clements tonic take Pinch of Salt is now a forgotten term with modern housewives who. Prefer to use. Celta cooking compound Seal in those natural juices save time and fuel in cooking and join the Happy throng of contented chefs who can now get meals cooked in a Jiffy by using Celta. Celta Cooks quicker and is obtain Able from your grocer at 1/3 per packet women adore it you be been using Charm Osan face powder How can you Tell by your Well said Margaret that s Toto. It s Ather wonderful. You i know my dear i m 40. But do i look a a Day older than 30? that s Chamoy san face powder for Charm Osan face powder imparts Charm youth Beauty Gabi that a and you gain happiness Charm Osan face powder big Box 2/0. Small 1/5, stays Orv for hours Aud hours. Sold every where social happenings "1 contributed by Helene people and events spending a Happy leave with i wife and daughter of Wolfram St Rcd is sgt. A. Noye. If. One of next week s brides is mis Ellen Clayton who will wed or i rollaway next wednesday at 4 an All saints Church. Three brides maids will attend her. After a Happy week s leave a her Home pet. Melva Williams awas returned to . On wednesday night mrs. W. Miller was party giver this week hos Tessing a a Bright afternoon at her Home ii the proprietary Square on thursday this afternoon the children of the North mine have been enjoying a Happy Christmas party at the North mine club House. Willing adults hav been serving them ice Cream an Raspberry and All have been enjoying the Novelty of moving pictures show i i the games room a very excited lass the morning was miss Joan Eaton Whei her workmates at the . Ston presented her with a Wall Mirror a pottery vase and Silver salad server As a wedding gift. Joan s wedding t or. Bill Harris will take place next i saturday. I mrs. Wilson returned this Weet to Adelaide after a Happy Holiday with her daughter and son in Law or and mrs. L. Parkin of the North mine. On wednesday miss Bird in invited some friends to the freemasons hotel to have afternoon Teu with her mrs. Bob Adam and mrs. Alan Hayner came Home on tuesday morn ing after a Bright Holiday in Adelaide on wednesday evening at Hei Home in oxide Street miss Coral Smith hostesses a pc wedding party in Honor of miss Shirley Smith mass Ruth Fowler returned to her Home in Melbourne by wednes Day s plane. She has been staying with or. And mrs. Paul Chaplin of the North mine. Before to left p. & a s to com Mence duties with the Raaf Murray Smith was presented with a shaving kit from members of the Statt. Tho presentation was made ? last Friday afternoon and Murray left the same night for Adelaide. Or. And mrs Thompson and their daughter Laurice have been holidaying in broken Hill staying at the freemasons hotel. They returned on yesterday s plane to their Home in Geelong. On monday afternoon mrs. And miss Thompson were guests at a party arranged by mrs. Paul Chaplin of the North mine. At the freemasons hotel of tuesday. Afternoon mrs. Jonas hostesses at afternoon Tea. On an extended visit to her a daughter and son in Law or and i mrs. Ron Smitheram of Chapple i Street is mrs. A m. James who i arrived on tuesday morning mrs. I James lived in broken Hill for Many years and her Home is now at Glenelg. Act Sadie Mckenzie arrived from Victoria on tuesday to spend a week s leave at her Home in Morgan Street. After Many weeks of hard work the cast of sky High Are going to relax tonight with a chop picnic and party a few Miles out of town. Or. And mrs. Bob Hill of the North mine Are very thrilled with the baby daughter born to them at the Hospital on sunday. Miss Dorothy Watson entertained a few of her friends at a luncheon and afternoon Tea party at her Home in Morish Street on wednes Joy Havers arrived Home last saturday to spend leave with her people of Wolfram Street. She r ought with her two Western australian friends act s Keegan and Baker who thoroughly enjoyed their first visit to broken Hill. Sister Gwen Romain after 15 months at a Northern hos Pital has been Home spending leave at her Home in Cornish Street. Or. And mrs. George Mckay were very Happy last saturday when their son surgeon Lieut. Ron Mckay ran arrived Home unexpectedly. Mrs. Day senr., who has been visiting her son and his wife or and mrs. Stewart Day at wonn Aminta station for several weeks came into town on monday and left for her Home in Adelaide on last night s express station visitors to town last week were or. And mrs. R. Caskey Byrnedale or. And mrs. Johnson cop ago or. C. Edson Stirling Vale or and mrs. T. Edson Yal la Beer. And mrs. J. Warren Tolar no and or. And mrs. C. Ham Burwood. On wednesday afternoon of last week the freemasons lounge was the scene of a very Happy gathering arranged in Honor of the birthday of mrs. 6. Ryan. In the form of a sur prise party this function was Arran ged by a close Friend who arranged Foi a Small cake to mysteriously appear at the right moment. Those who enjoyed the afternoon were mesdames g. Ryan to Williams. 0. Kilmister. N. Rolfe i Gers. F. C. Williams v. Vivian l. Davey and Donovan miss Avis Byron has been spending her annual leave at Bakara station. She left for Parramatta by the Comet on thursday morning. Act Byron of Bakara has been Home on a few Days leave. She is stationed somewhere in Victoria act Norma Grenfell i ived Home by this morning s express. This is Lier first leave since joining the Waal s six months ago. Pet. Colin Eaton who is on extended leave after two years in the far North paid a visit to broken Hill last week to meet old friends and relatives. He returned to South Australia last Friday accompanied by his sister in Law. Mrs. Lorrie. Eaton and Little Niece Lorraine Colin will spend Christmas holidays with his parents at 22 Dunn Street semaphore. The marriage will take place at the oxide Street methodist Church at On saturday december la and mrs a r. Eaton of 4�8 Argent Lane to Bill eldest son of or. And mrs. W. Harris of 204 Pell Street. On sunday evening at the Home of or. I. Mcdonald 121 Thomas Street a very pleasant evening was spent to celebrate the kith birthday of miss be to Edwards and one of the guests Harold Shannon was 17 the same Day. Community singing and games was enjoyed by All. Mrs. Mcdonald made the cake which was Cut by the two guests of Honor. Those present were misses r. Drc cry i Mcquillan. H. Eddy s. Griffiths v. Mclennan j. Denford d. He Drager masters by Hoare a blight a. Zazulla l. Percy a. Edwards a Aai Tsen , l. Raven r. Han cock a Machul Ron Hancock Roy Huu cock Glen Dennis port Piri mesdames Edwards Hoare and Mcdonald the Wost Picton s red Cross meet ing for december 13 will be held at mrs. Game s Home 328 Thomas Street mrs. Alan Mcleod with her two Young sons Brian and Peter left on thursday morning s Comet to Holiday in Sydney mrs. John Klug with her two Young sons and accompanied by her sister miss Mary Peoples returned on tuesday morning s train from a Long Holiday spent at Glenelg. At the Hospital last week a baby daughter was born to or. And mrs. R. C. Dennis. Mrs. Dennis was formerly miss Margaret Morgan and while her husband is overseas with the air Force is living with her parents or. And mrs. Morgan of Mica Street. Last saturday night a crowd of mrs. Skilbeck s friends enjoyed a very Happy evening at the Home of mrs. A. Kerr in Morgan Street. Mrs. Skilbeck who will leave next week for Adelaide was presented by those present t with a very Nice handbag competitions added to the evening s enjoyment and the winners of these were mrs. C. L. Duncan and mrs. J. P. Martin. To bring to a close a Busy year the red Cross aids Are tonight enjoying a Buffet dinner at the Home of their senior officer mrs. T. Dodds of the proprietary Square. Mrs. Tassie who lived in broken Hill some years ago when her Hus band was the presbyterian minister Here has been making a Brief return visit to our City. After a Busy time seeing old acquaintances she went on to Adelaide on fridays night s train Arnott wry holidaymaker Here is miss Val Bannerman who arrived from Adelaide on tuesday and is stay ing with or. And mrs. A. Haggerty of Cobalt Street. On wednesday night mrs. Adams entertained a number of her friends at a Bright party at her Home in Gypsum Street. Among the guests was mrs. Dollman who is on a visit from. Adelaide and has been staying with or. And mrs. George Mckay at the Oriental hotel. ? i reports of i i weddings i f if you would like Helene to a i report your wedding in these a i columns leave your name and i address at the Barrier Miner a i office and state the morning you a i would like her to Call and inspect i i your frocks and obtain the Neces 1 i sary details. Reports of other a i social functions will he included a i on this Page if sent to Helene a 1 of Barrier Miner office. dance at Nalta the West Darline red Cross and prisoner of War funds will greatly Benefit from a most successful race meeting and woodshed dance heh at Nalta station. Or. And mrs. Seimer Are to be congratulated for the organising of the function which net Ted the sum of �93/10/3. The racing was most interesting with Large Fields and some thrilling finishes were witnessed. Or. J. Schmidt of Corona station was the most successful rider. The port of Way cup was won by or. Of Dowd a Jaxon Ridden by or. Frank Harvy miss Joan Harding of Pine Point piloted her own horse to Victory a the ladies race. T the woodshed was gaily decorated with red White and Blue and ail seemed to enjoy the dancing. Amongst those present were or. And mrs. Seimer Nalta or. And mrs Tapp and or. Errol Tapp ninth Rungier and mrs. Clark sen., or. And i mrs. Frnnk Clarke Kay runner or and mrs. Mcclure mrs. Don Mcinnes messes. Drain and Ken Mcclure Westward Downs. Or and most Frank Harvy Carlton Vale or. And mrs. Stewart Dav wonn Aminta mrs. Day sen. Adelaide. Or. And mrs. Rutherford and miss Mollie and or. Bruce Rutherford Grasmere. Mrs. Cranston. Miss Bonnie Cranston or. And mrs. Norman Campbell or. And mrs Lindsay Russell Wert ago or. And mrs. Sinclair Koo Nowarra or. And mrs. Barraclough. Miss Mavis and Rita and or. Colin Berra Clouth i mar rap Naor. And mrs. Gill Shirl s Meadows or. And mrs. John Turner Glen Honor. And mrs. J. Hancock Carr Adoor. And mrs. Harding and miss Joan and e. I Harding Pine Ridge. Or. And mrs. Iii Anderson Hymric Vale. Or. And mrs Jim Anderson Peverill Welli mrs. Mcfadden and miss Betty Rowena miss Edie Dempster Joulin miss Joan Harvy Pine Point miss Shir Ley Sahel Coro amiss Joan sin Clair " Poola Macc messes Linton Smith and Rex Lees moot Ingebor. John Conrick Popil Tah messes. A Hogan. R. Edwards and b. Han cock White Cliffor. Lionel Green or. A. Eider. Messes. Ern Ron. And Jim Langford water Bagor. F. Dowd or. J. Schmidt and or. Mcnaught Coro Naor. Trevor Robin son wonn Aminta. Messes. Jim and John Jackson Kara or. Hunter and or. Lawson if. I Butler Kilroy wedding the Hev. And mrs. Hugh Butler who were recently married at St. Peter s Church Lane Street returned from their honeymoon this morning which was spent at it. Lofty mrs. Butler was formerly miss Melva Kilroy second daughter of Lieut and mrs Jim Kilroy of 22d Bowe Street and a popular member of the Hospital nursing staff. The marriage took place at 0.30 a.m., and the decorations for Tho Church were most effectively carried out by mrs. P. A. Livsley. Mrs. Nee son and Tho sister of tic Bride mis3 Jov Kilroy. Father White officiated at the Nup tial mass. The Bride in her old world wedding gown of Pearl tinted silk velvet with its Plain round neckline Long waisted bodice and its enormously full skirt which flowed into a train was a picture As she entered Tho Church on the of her father. Elbow length kid gloves met the Short sleeves and the finishing touch was provided by the Bride s single strand Pearl necklace. A Halo of pearls held her veil of Brussels silk net which was worn by her Mother on her wedding Day in position and she carried a sheaf of a Lovely november lilies. 4 the Bride wore a Blue Turquoise brooch belonging to her grandmother and As she left the Church her sister Noreen Hung a Lucky Horseshoe on her Arm

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