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Goulburn Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 15, 1949, Goulburn, New South Wales
General social jottings mrs. Morris of Goulburn is in Junee spending a Holiday with her. Daughter mrs. W. Bracher of Dalley Street. Mrs. L. A. Bailey and mrs. F. Fields Are the guests of or. And mrs. H. Mcgaw for the Roberts Shepherd wedding. Smiss Fay Smith and miss d. O Brien visited Sydney Over the Holiday week end and were staying at the Oriental hotel. Or. And mrs. John o Brien of. Sydney spent the Holiday week end in Goulburn visiting their parents. Mrs. W. Gould of Manly is visiting. Goulburn looking up old friends and is the guest of or. And mrs. P. Mott of Bourke Street. A a. H by or. And mrs. Mcnamara of Harden were among the Many visitors to Goulburn at the week end. They came for the Golf tournament and at the1 grand hotel. The president of the Sydney Branch of St Patrick s old boys. Or. Geoff Prendergast returned to the College at the week end. He was. A guest at the Royal hotel. The Secretary of the Sydney Bianch or. Pat Longhurst wis staying at the grand. Miss Kath Morrisey of Syd Ney was the guest of or. And mrs. P. Sundstrom at the grand for a few Day Over the week end. T h disot.-, bo0ys of St. Pat Rick s Coile to were Here at the week end included messes. Tony Foley gunning Jack Affleck Gund Roo and or. Greg Ryan of Yass who were staying at the grand hotel. Messes. Norman Phil and Austin Collins of Bem Boka were also Back. Or. Ken Batley of King s Cross stayed at the grand at the week end when Here for St. Patrick s College reunion. Other sex students at the grand were messes. Tim Ryan Ivan Trent Max Sullivan Clem Mcdonough Joe Croker Jim Macadam Boyd Dempsey and Tom Kenny. Of Sydney. A h an sex student of ., miss Dorothy Leary of Crook Well was a guest at the grand hotel Over the week end. An other sex student miss Heather Buckland of. Wollongong was the guest of her aunt mrs. Crowe of Bourke Street. Mrs. Will German of Yass who has been in Goulburn for the past. Two months is now spending a few. Days in Sydney saying Good Bye to her people who will be. Sailing on the Brit Tish Monarch on a trip to eng land. Mrs. German is at the Metropole. Or. Land mrs. Stan Mcinerney of the Walleah Harden visited Goulburn at the week end for the reunion and attended the Butterfly Ball. Mrs. Me Nerney was formerly miss m Ary o Leary a of this City. Or. John Bolton of Canberra was the guest of or. And mrs. Lloyd Russell Church Street Over the week end a former student of ., mrs. Greg Hewitt of grabbed Gullen attended the reunion. She was accompanied by her husband. Or. Dan Shepherd of Somerset Walcha is holidaying at wind Ellama for the Roberts Shepherd wedding. Staying at the Royal hotel for the reunion week end was miss Margaret Mcdonald an is student of Or. A. Johnson of Klama is spending a Holiday in this City and is the guest of or. And mrs. Brown Clinton or. Laurie Fletcher of Fen Conville Cooma returned to St. Patrick. College at the week end to take ,.part in the celebrations. At aty mrs. O. Speer of Young spent the Holiday week end at Goulburn As the guest of her sister. Miss Wood of 16 Graf ton Street. Amongst the guests who travelled from Sydney to at tend tree Payne Norman wed Ding on june 11 were or. And mrs. W. , of Lewisham mrs. Pearl Rogers and or. And mrs. O. Sykes and their sons Neill and Bryan of Laremba. The president and Secretary of the Sydney Branch of 6.. Sex students mrs. M. Jensen and miss Enid Fletcher were among those who visited their Alma mater at the week end. Mrs. Jensen was at the Royal hotel and miss Fletcher the guest of or. And mrs. Noel Fitzpatrick citizen Street. Or. And mrs. Kevin Newton of Turra Murra were the guests of mrs. N. Manion Over. The week end while Here for the reunion. At at to mrs j. Webb of Cootamundra and her brother or. Tom Bannan were among the Visi tors Here for the week end. They were guests at the Alcesta. Mrs. Webb combined the Webb Byrne wedding and the reunion activities. St. Patrick s College sex students attending the function Over the week end included messes. T. Doyle and e. Hulme of Barellano or. Pat Kenny. Of Colin Noble and or. Tom o Brien of Ard Lethan. They were guests at the Imperial hotel. Or. Keith Jewell and or. Ron Reid of Murrumburrah were among the visiting golfers in Goulburn Over the week end. They were guests at the Royal hotel. Sex students of Now living in Sydney who returned for the week end included mrs. Howard miss m. Ryan miss Touey mrs. C. Pittaway and mrs. N. Wedlock. All were guests at the Royal hotel. Also at the Royal were or. Gallagher and or. Thomas also of Sydney. Merses. Don and Allan Kahler were among the St. Patrick s College old boys who returned at the week were guests at the Royal hotel. Or. And mrs. H. Legge of Sorrento Epping Are the guests of or. And mrs. O. Shep Herd to attend the Roberts Shepherd wedding. Miss Meldaie Ryan of Sydney a former student of ., was the guest of or. And mrs. Jack Mccauley co Romandel Street Over the week end. Or. And mrs. V. Ferrari and family of Sydney. Spent the week end As the guests of or. And mrs. A. Ferrari Cowper Street. 4 4. Or. And mrs. Max Walker of Tamworth were guests atthe Royal hotel while Here for the week end functions. They were sex students of St. Patrick s College and Respectively. Miss Claire Prichard visited her parents or. And mrs. C. D. Prichard at the week end. Claire is an sex student of And took part in the celebrations. Miss lit mry daughter of mrs. M. Caspers and the late or. Jack Caspers of Faithfull Street has been successful in passing her intermediate Law examination. Mrs. J. Kane formerly Norma Cusack and her sister june spent the week end As the guests of their brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Gavan Cusack. A staunch do student of ., mrs. Bede Ryan of Gundagai was the guest of or. And mrs. S. Laws at the week end. Or. An d mrs. Laws also had As their guest or. Jack Mcauliffe of Sydney. Miss Norma James visited her parents or. And mrs. V. James of Goldsmith Street at the week end and took part in the Reunion. She was very Well received at the concert in the study Hall on sunday night when she delighted with violin solos. Mrs. F. Bradford and mrs. H. Boreham spent a Delight Sil week at Condobolin with superintendent and mrs. G. Lawler while there they attended the Church of England Ball where mrs. Lawler presented fifteen debutantes to Archdeacon my ringtone of Cowra among those noticed at the reunion functions were or. And mrs. Rob Halloran of Tumut Ivr. Sid Steele Sydney mrs. V. C. Mooney Taralga miss Marie Mcgrath Sydney. 4y 4. Mrs. Tom read and daughter Margaret of Queanbeyan were among the sex students of o. L. M. Who were Here for the reunion. With them were misses Dulcie Goodall and Molly Pooley also of Queanbeyan and they were All guests a t thie Alcesta hotel. Another Queanbeyan visitor was mrs. Ward Wilson. 4 4a 4 miss. Judy Burns of Cro Nulla was a guest at the Royal Over the week end As Alro was miss Pauline o Connell of Cremone. They were Here for the re Union. Or and mrs. Ken Walker of Darling Point spent the week end with or. Walker s parents or. And mrs. C. Walker Mundy St a party of Harden visitors who attended the re Union functions Over the week end included or. Justin o Connor or. Kevin o Connor or. Knox Jamieson and miss Heather Jamieson miss Val. Hynes miss Rita Fairall miss n. Quinn and p. Steele. Mrs. V. Roche of Captain s Flat was accompanied by her daughter Betty when Here for the reunion. They were guests at the Royal hotel. Or. Oscar Smith of Harden was in Goulburn for the re Union celebrations Over the week . Smith took part in establishing the o. L. A. C. Sex students s Union 25 years ago. Miss Irene Smith of Wollon Gong spent the week end Here to attend the reunion of The engagement is announced of Shirley eldest daughter of senior major and mrs. A. Hairls of 17 Victoria Parade Nul Burn to berth youngest Edn of or. And mrs. A. Radke of Beaudesert Queensland. The engagement is announced of Sheila Only daughter of or. And mrs. E. J. Darcy of Goul. Burn to Noel Mckellar Forbes eldest son of or. And mrs. Re. Mckellar of Waverley. " 4 4 4 the engagement is announced Ailsa Doreen daughter of or. And mrs. G. Gay the laurels Boorowa to Edward Alentine son of mrs. and the late or. C. V. Wilson of Hollywood Narraway Brookwell apparel Art Salon Corner Auburn an. Montague its. F july i Ash Soi Eden sic Hose Sui Ler Hool or eve 5y Day a it ear. "/11 also englis nyl just ared Tennis Fucks and p1 suits in l11 styles d sizes fro. 0/. . Do Gal so s with two Pleat fron and Back. 38/9 s lacks lain Coats with detach to ble hoods new longer lengths in beige Royal Blue Pink and Green s.., . And w. From 56/6 Goulburn sunly Dyo Mee store. Telephone 1169. Theafae it Only they Are Aind i tinplate Outlook shows no sign of improve Mie on spy w biscuit s t tins you k up for other purposes mean less biscuits a ked Tor your Gro or or store keeper because the storage tinplate Ivill not per the tins it returned o b replaced by new is. So ple e return Alf your e pay Arnott s r biscuit As soon As Spos Sibl and help no i to a Tain biscuit a credit As stated on each is readily allowed by any grocer or storekeeper. W. As your Copperas s. Tion in his vital matter. A. Pm n Iemon s always ready with Good things to eat a a in i on can always he sure that Emons have Thi Best tinned meats. Co Vitinu by in demand for overseas Des atch Mayfair a21b. 9/3 Steak and Kiey also pack d in 11 and pudding. 1/6 141b tins t. A sinanian s a 3/ Mayfair h in of 2/ tit Manian Cocken 3/ Mayfair p re Anid Vien Riam Saa is 3/ Tongue. 2/ pork sausages 1/9 Quality condiments Capers 2/. to t 2 Queen 0 ves. 3/ fruit Chu Itne. -1/8 stuffed Ives. 3/3 Green qeppei.,. 2/3 Coli red cocktail Paw Paw and Mango onions. 2/6. Chutney. 1/9 special for pies 71b tin gooseberries in syrup .7" 9 71b. Tii strawberries in syrup. I .8 i8,i/3 71b. Tin Luis in syrup. 73 Quicksand comforting. Soups. Asmara s1/4 Noodle. I Russia Borsch. 1-/2 Tomato. 1/4, min str e /. Ii ,2eget Abl i 1. L?4t Lemon s 142 Auburn Street. Gou Lilbirn phones 585, 586._ ,. Jane Wyman film Star wears a Jaunty jacket of Grey cloth with sleeves and Waistband in a lighter Grey ribbed Wool. Jane wears a hand knit Blouse to Complete the ensemble. In the Garden dinner freight by one who has London Prie has been handed Down to us London Pride is the Flower Tillat s free London Pride Means our own dear town to us and our Pride it forever will be. No wonder londoners love this Flower of. Their forefathers. Throughout the terrifying Blitz it bloomed colourful ind de fiant. Tis a simple Flower but As hard As nails. It is one of the Saxa Fraga family inimitable old woman who lived in a shoe family. London Pride has Small rosettes of neat Green leaves and carries sprays of Pale Pink Flowers. We Don t see it Here very often but the song brought to my mind the cousins that we do grow on these Highlands of ours sax Graga. Car Difilia the Saxifrage with the heart shaped. Leaves. As these Flowers Are As big As saucers it soon fills a fair sized half Shady Corner for us. Its Pale Pink Flowers borne on a 1png Stem like a Primrose Bloom All through the Winter when every scrap of Colour is prize. Try to get a Side Root from a Friend. Everlasting i m thinking Down to Earth among the everlasting and perennials this week. I could have gone on for months with Trees and shrubs. There is no thing like these plants that we set out once in years to keep our Garden interesting. Near my Saxifrage card Folia in the same half shaded East Erly bed is Heie Borus Nigra or the Winter Rose. This grows readily from seed but does not Bloom for. Two or three years. It resembles in its Flower More of an Anemone than a. Rose maybe Dainty Bess a single. If it never bloomed its leaves Are most attractive carried on a 12-Inch Stem. These Are Maple shaped All fingers and look Well indoors while the mauve Green roses just finish off the bowl. The japanese Anemone is As easy to grow As falling off a log. These can be had in a great Range of colours from single White to double Carmine. The leaves resemble the Guilder Rose quite Large and the Flowers Are carried on Yard Long stems in autumn. Rodt divisions Are Best. Set them out when dormant in the late whiter. Bright Flowers we cannot grow Stre Itzla with its strange Flowers Here but we can bring Bil Bergia Flowers to perfection. Tough Reedy leaves with Flowers like Gay parakeets in red Pink Blue and Green likes rather a sunny position. Grow from Root divisions. Another Plant that demands partial Shade is Solomon s Seal. This has White and Green flow ers something like a Lily of the Valley dangling like a Row of Bells the full length of its Leaf stalk the whole two feet of it. This Plant Dies Down in the Winter but comes up very Early in the Spring. Delightful for mantelpiece decoration when the under hanging Bells can be seen to advantage. Root divisions Are the quickest Way to get a show. A Nice companion for the White Solomons Seal is the Pink and White ble Ding heart die Litra. It too likes a half shaded place. It also blooms in the Spring after dying Down in the Winter. I seem to be picking All the Shade lovers to Day. Here is an other one Jab ran. This is something like ribbon grass Only of a stronger texture. The leaves Are striped with Gold not White. Florists find great use for a Burban in making ribbon bows for shoulder sprays. Delightful with link Tiger lilies especially if its Blue Flowers like dainties grape hyacinths Are used As Well. " r edgings nothing is Han Dier than a few clumps of a Bretia. There s quite a Range of colours mostly mauve and their height rarely exceeds six or eight inches. An opposite an opposite is Centra thus or Spur Valerian. Grows to three feet in height and carries Heads of Handy Bloom for Many months in the year. Re sows itself from seed but Plant lasts several years if kept Cut Back after flow ering quite Hardy and a shapely round Bush. The Erigeron Are a Happy family often called Flea Bane. Goodness knows Why. The. Are like Large easter daisies but not so tall with soft Lavender flow ers. Grows anywhere from Root divisions. Most f us Are " Miliar with with the Shrub by Peri cum commonly. Called the Rose of Sharon but the Trall ing hyper cum is not so Well known. Very suitable for the Corner of a bed its very yellow Flowers Are enhanced by their Over tall stamens that stand like a Bunch of tins in ,.a Frig it. May be used on a rockery with advantage. Quite a lot of unusual Ever Lastings Ren t they Ary Ainie purchased from a not too Small Nursery. Still in order to Broad Beans or peas. These germinate in cold weather if the soil is not Over wet. Party at. E Astrove Between 60 and 70 people met at the Home of or. And mrs. Harry Lansdowne East Grove on saturday night and enjoyed a social evening with cards and music. They were mostly East Grove residents and it was in the Way of a reunion of old friends. Music dui Fig the Eiren ing was supplied by the Travis boys. Christian endeavour hold annual rally members of the Southern tablelands Christianen devour Union held their annual rally in Goulburn at the week end visitors attending from Canberra Penrose Crook Well Wattle Park and Queanbeyan. A very Happy Day was spent by the Youing people who were entertained on arrival at morning Tea at the lecture Hall in Gold Smith Street where later they were also served with luncheon and services were conducted at the methodist and Baptist churches Rev. J. Stanley Paine being the speaker at the morning service at. The Baptist Church Rev. Long of the presbyterian Church was the speaker at the methodist Church in the afternoon and. In the evening Rev. Tanner Baptist minister at the methodist Church. A feature of the Day was a bus tour of the City which included a trip to Rocky. Hill memorial end other places of interest. Happy reunion of sex students of St. Patrick s & .i the Sisters of And the Brothers of St. Patrick s College must have been very heart ened to see their sex students returning in Shiuh run infers to visit their Llama maters and to take part in the Over the week end. Always Happy Occas Osis this year s reunion was no exception and expressions of hissing had an Ella Syable week end were heard on All sides. The social activities com i men cd with a combined sex students dance at the South Ern Cross Hall on saturday night organised by committees of both unions and this proved a Happy gathering. There was a big. Attendance at the 10 o clock mass at the Cathedral on sunday morning and on sunday afternoon the presi Dent and old boys of St. Pat Rick s College entertained the sex students of At a Garden party at the College grounds. Benediction in. The Chapel on sunday night was followed by a very enjoyable concert in the study Hall when present pupils gave an enter Taining and varied programme. By special request some sex students , these including miss Monica Purcell pianist miss Joan Brown Solo site and miss Norma James violinist and both past and present students greatly appreciated the items. At the commencement of the programme an address of Welcome was read by one of the senior students to All visitors. On monday on monday morning present students of . Gade a Phy Sical culture display at the College after which the Sisters entertained at morning Tea and the annual conference was held. The Opportunity was taken Dur ing the conference to express appreciation to the present president of Sex students miss Molly Sheekey and in re cognition of her splendid work for a number of years when she was Secretary a presentation was made to her on behalf of the sex students by mrs. L. J. Fisher of the much of the credit for the smooth running and Success of the reunion was due the the efforts of the president miss Sheekey and the secretaries miss Vera Smith and mrs. O. Mulholland who with the Sis ters to it that the visitors were warmly and hospitably welcomed. Many sex students of both col Leges and their Friend attended the Butterfly Ball at the re creation Hall on monday night bringing to a close one of the most memorable reunions yet held. Treasurer for 31 years at the monthly meeting of the North Goulburn methodist ladies Aid held recently in the sunday school Hall a Duprire afternoon party was Given to mrs. Foley Send during afternoon ten mrs. Morrison presented mrs. Foley with a suitable gift id appreciation of her Long service As treasurer an office which she has held for 33 years its. Foley suitably responded thanks ing the. Ladies for their kind thought and gift
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