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Goulburn Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 23, 1951, Goulburn, New South Wales General social jottings mrs. E. Campbell of Cowper Street had As her guests for the Myles Mclaughlin wedding or. And mrs. C. Gilly of Croy Don Park. Or. J. Conrick of Rockdale was a visitor for the Myles Mclaughlin wedding. He was the guest of or. Lester Waters of Cowper Street. A number of trainees and sex trainees of the sacred heart Hospital Cootamundra were among the visitors to . They were misses Dorothy and Margaret Quade Eileen and Betty press Mary Gately Marie Brown and Pat Renehan. Or. And mrs. Harold Haigh a of Bourke Street Are Home again after a Holiday at Cooee visitors to our lady of mercy Convent for the ceremony of reception and profession were or. And mrs. Clancy and family of Granville. Members of Goulburn legacy and their wives who attended saturday night s Bonfire at Kingsdale were later entertained by or. And mrs. Ross Fenwick at their Kingsdale Home. It was an excellent finale to a successful Empire Celebration. And legacy s appreciation to or. And mrs. Fenwick was expressed by Legatee c. Kennedy. Or. And mrs. Frank Weaver of co Romandel Street have re turned after spending holidays at tug Gerah lakes. Or. And mrs. J. D. Sheahan and family of the cottage Juxiong Dadd or. And mrs Leahy of Parkview. Kurrum Burrah were visit Dis at the very impressive ceremony at the Convent of mercy list week or. And mrs. Gordon Myles were visitors for the Myles Mclaughlin wedding. They were the guests of or. Myles sen., of Bellevue Street. Also Here for the occasion were or. And mrs. G. Mclaughlin and their two children Helen and Jan. Prior to leaving the Gulen District recently to take up residence in Goulburn mrs. J r. Banfield was tendered a sur prise party at her Home and presented with an English dinner by Many of her friends. Guests from Goulburn for the Burton Atkinson wedding included mrs. F. Grunsell and her daughter Margaret or. E. Saunders miss Val Unwin and or. John Unwin. The Premier or. J. Mcgirr. Accompanied by mrs. Mcgirr daughter Margaret and sons Patrick and Jim were visitors at the ceremony at . Last week Weflen a relative from Ireland was received into the order of the Sisters of mercy. Or. And mrs. O. Atkinson or. And mrs. E. Atkinson or. And mrs. R. Pierson and or. Errol Atkinson visited Sydney for the Burton Atkinson wed Ding whilst mrs. A. Atkinson and or. Bill Atkinson Mot ored from Woodlands Manindra. Mrs. A. D. Ross wife of the Secretary to the High com missioner of Canada in can Berra accompanied her Hus band to Gdul bum on Friday or. Ross was guest speaker at the Royal Empire society dinner at the fireside inn. Or. R. Matzen who was formerly a resident of this City is spending a Short Holiday Here. Renewing old friendships. Or Matzen now lives at Forest reefs. Mrs. N. M. Keek of Prell Street and mrs. F. Oof Wollongong formerly of Goul. Burn Are flying to. Murwillumbah this week to spend a holi Day with or. And mrs. Bryan o Dea. Or. And mrs. J. Burt and son John of Campsie were visitors Here during the week and stayed with or. Burt s parents or. And mrs. G. Burt of Sloane Street. They came to attend the ceremony of recep Tion and profession at . On tuesday last. On Friday last at the fireside inn the Mayoress mrs. J. B. Mullen entertained at luncheon the Mayoress of Ragga mrs. Gissing and mrs. Burns wife of the Ragga town clerk. Also present were mrs. P. R. D. Hol Lis mrs. Stan Hunt mrs. A. E. Towns and mrs. C. S. Inch. A Farewell presentation was made on monday to or. Jack Faraday on his leaving the modern laundry and dry cleaners with which firm he has been employed for the past 12 years. He was presented with a Beautiful eight Day mantel clock. Or. Faraday is leaving Gou Burn to go into business on his own account at Moruya on the South coast. Visitors to Goulburn for the Bowen Price wedding were or and mrs. E. Fleming. Moss Vale or. And mrs. K. Williams Moss Vale mrs. R. Stone Bel Fields or. And mrs. W. Corby. Wentworth miss Rae Quinn Sydney or. And mrs. F. H Price Mort Dale mrs. A. Price Bondi or. Kevin Corby and or. Noel Corby. At the fireside inn on wednesday last the mayor and Mayoress Ald. And mrs. J. B. Mullen entertained at morning Tea the visiting violinist miss Beryl Kimber and her pianist miss Olga Krasnik together with mrs. S. Laws representing the arts Council or. R. G. Jeffery inspector of schools and mrs. Jeffery and or. Lewis representing the . Mrs. J. B. Cox of Goulburn has been notified of her Suc Cess in the courier mail knit Ting Competition in Brisbane Queensland. The Pri Ioe was 10 guineas for a mahi s Cardigan for which she gained first place. It Wae during a Holiday spent in that City recently that mrs. Cox saw the Competition advertised. Mrs. Cox now pos in. All states of the common wealth including Tasmania. Senses Over 2000 prize cards won miss Judith Harper Only daughter of or. And mrs. R Harper of Eldon Street and former student of . Goulburn received her Bachelor of arts degree at the Sydney University on saturday Mato ing. Judith intends to take up a career As a High school teacher and is at present spend ing a Holiday at her Home. Or and mrs. Harper were present when the degree was conferred upon their daughter drive out the poisons of bronchitis bronchial asthma sinus and Antrum infections thousands prove recurrent colds Oral vaccine poisonous and unpleasant brings prompt catarrhal and bronchial infections Are caused by Relief just by germs. Antigen b a few drops taking a few Aken Ina d Ops in water each Day relieves these each Day disorders be cause it is a Diss Ved Oral vaccine Spe ally prepared by so d bacteriologist to Fere with other treat co at the specific germ me s. It is Safe for att a and to neutralise to g and old and costs the toxins or germ poisons jus a few Pence per Day. Whih cause the in pm Sant symptoms. 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Young auxiliary Bishop of Canberra and Goul Burn was a triple one during which two Young ladies were clothed in the religious habit of the Sisters of mercy and two of the Sisters who had completed their Novice ship were admitted to first and final profession respectively. The to Ding of the ceremony in the Chapel at South Goul Burn instead of at St. Michael s novitiate has been the practice in recent years and represents the revival of a custom much welcomed by parents end rela Tives for whom there is ample Saccom cration in the larger Chapel. The Young ladies about to be received were dressed in full bridal attire and Diana Ryan and Adrienne Doyle in lame lace Over White Satin made two charming and angelic Little train bearers. The subsequent laying aside of the bridal Robes for the religious habit impressively re presented the renunciation of All things for the More perfect life. The singing which was sup plied by the novitiate choir was perfection. The devotional and Beautiful rendering of Conconi s mass and the traditional Cere Mony music added much to the external ceremonials. The White veil the Young ladies who received the White veil were miss Lynda Sheahan Juxiong who will be known henceforth As sister m. Dominica and miss Maura mul keen Ireland who chose the name Patricia. Sister m. Eliza Beth was the sister who pronounced first vows and sister m. Lucina final vows. Before celebrating mass his lordship the Bishop Drew the attention of those present to the three stages in the re Gigious life. in the ceremony through which the Sisters pass before making perpetual vows and he pointed out to them that me essential formula of this Way of life was outlined in the Story of the Rich Young Man of the gospel. To him Christ said. If thou Wilt be perfect go sell what thou Hast and come follow full Way of life his lordship then showed the t this was a glorious a Rich a full Way of life and the most positive that any woman could adopt for it was a Complete life of love a life of perfect Char Ity. To the Young girls present he said what career can equal this one these Are the women who Are building Australia True nationhood does not consist in grand buildings and in material things but it lies in the forma Tion of characters. Look at the life from a supernatural and a natural is a Way of love. It is a Way of service to Australia s children Australia s sick Australia s Rev. For. Staunton rated As master of ceremonies and pre sent in the Chapel were Rev. For. Keane . Wymble Rev. For. Schaefer . New Guinea Rev. Frs. Leo ., and Hilary Mary s mount Dee Gan Youngren. Frs. Casey Boorowa Turnan Gundagai and Maloney Yass very Rev. For. Gallagher adm. Goulburn and Rev. Frs. Dowd. Advie Rey nolds Conway and Weissel of the Cathedral staff. Among relatives present were Premier of new South Wales or. J. J. Mcgirr and family or. And mrs. Sheahan and family jul Giong or. And mrs. Clancy and family Sydney and or. And mrs. Burt and family Goul Burn. At the conclusion of the Cere Mony the visitors were entertained at morning Tea by the Sisters and relatives spent the afternoon at the novitiate. Wedding at . Peter and Paul s the wedding took place recently at is. Peter and Paul s Cathedral of Patricia Ann second youngest daughter of mrs. H. Mclaughlin Clinton Street to Roger Bebe Myles. Your est son of or. F. Myles of Bellevue Street Goulburn. The Bride entered the Church with her brother or. Gordon Mclaughlin of Granville. She wore a gown of White Broderic a Glaise Over Slipper Satin made with a Peter pan Collar and Long sleeves with buttons from neck to peaked Waistline. The full skirt fell into a Long train and her embroidered tulle veil was held with a Pearl Coronet. The bridal bouquet was of fran. Dipanni and. Tuberose. The Bride was attended by misses Shirley Mclaughlin and Pauline Smith wearing gowns of Lemon Broderic a Glaise Over taffeta with double leaked col ars and cuffs and full circular skirts. Their Juliet Caps were of red velvet Flowers and they carried bouquets of blood red carnations and Gladioli. Attending the bridegroom were his brother or. Gordon Myles of Taree and or. Colin herring. Of Goulburn. Rev. For. Dowd officiated at the ceremony and miss m. Hasler was organist. Mrs. N. Heller was soloist. The wedding cake was made by the Bride s sister miss Shir Ley Mclaughlin and beautifully decorated by mrs. E. Evans a Friend. About 80 guests were received at the . Hall. The honeymoon was spent at Bondi the Bride travelling in a frock of Dusty Pink crepe with Grey accessories. The future Home of the Young couple will be in Goulburn. Distinguished visitor the women of Canberra and surrounding districts will have the Opportunity of hearing a stirring address when mrs. Raymond Sayre president of the associated country women of the world gives a talk at the Drill Hall Canberra at 2.30 to Morrow afternoon. Mrs. Sayre is the guest of the country women s association and the Commonwealth gov merriment and is visiting Australia for the Commonwealth Jubilee. The wife of a Farmer of Iowa u.s.a., mrs. Sayre has a family of four. For the last 30 years she has been interested in the american. Farmers Dairy federation which is made up of Large and Small farms and is one of the four Large Rural organisations in America. Agagementn5 a Nioucel the engagement is announced of Olive second daughter of mrs. Robert Moore and the late or. Moore of Temora to Ron Ald youngest son of or. And mrs. R. A. Bill of Walker Street Goulburn. The engagement has been announced of Norma Edith eldest daughter of or. And mrs. Latta of Ashfield to Robert George second youngest. Son of or. And mrs. George Sharman of Carr Street Crookwell. The engagement is announced of Barbara Only daughter of mrs. S. Warren of Sydney and the late or. S. Barker to Neville Only child of or. And mrs. P. Stea fut of Braidwood. The engagement has been announced of Irene Vivienne Tracey second daughter of mrs. R. Tracey of Guildford to Francis Joseph Only son of or. And mrs. M. Keough of Golspie. Or. And mrs l. H. Mcgrath. Of Wade Street Crookwell have announced the engagement of their eldest daughter Mona Theresa to. Gregory James. Youngest son of or. And mrs. Angus Mcintosh of Carra bungle Laggan. Local Art display the mayor Aid. J. B. Mullen will open a special Jubilee Art exhibition in the Library auditorium at 3.30 on Friday after noon. The paintings Are by austra Lian artists and the Goulburn exhibition is being sponsored by the National Art gallery and arts Council. There Are 40 paintings in the display-10 each from the Royal Art society of ., society of artists contemporary Art society and the australian water Colour Institute. The exhibition will give an of the various kinds of painting being done by artists in To Day from straight Forward representation to abstract and surrealist work. A guide lecturer will give Short talks on the display at 8 . On Friday and tuesday nights. The collection will be show ing in Goulburn from Friday to tuesday and the Library auditor pm will be open Over the week end. On sunday How Ever it will be open Only in the afternoon. By Jove you re right its is "i1l" married at Leichhardt All saints Church Leichhardt was beautifully decorated with White Gladioli dahlias and Floral Arches when Gwendoline Eliza Beth Only child of the late or. Dick Atkinson and mrs. V. Atkinson of Rozelle Sydney formerly of Goulburn was mar ried to John m. Button son of or. And mrs. C. C. Burton of Darra Brisbane on Friday april 14. Rev. Hugh Horden officiated. Escorted by her Uncle or. A. Atkinson the Bride looked very charming wearing an embossed off White Satin gown Cut on classical lines with full length train. An embroidered veil was held in place by " a Coronet of Pearl Orange Blossom she car ried a Beautiful Shower bouquet or Gardenias carnations Gladioli and delicate Pink tuberose. Miss Margaret Grunsell and miss Nancy Sheppard attended As bridesmaids and were both rocked alike in full length embossed Lavender taffeta with a Yoke of Marquisette. They added Matching Nylon wrist length gloves and carried bouquets of carnations Gladioli and tuberose of Pink and Laue toning. Their headdress was of fresh Flower coronets to tone. Or. Ernest Saunders of Goul Burn was Best Man while or. Bill Atkinson of Woodlands Manindra was groomsman. During the signing of the re Gister. A choir member of the Church beautifully rendered because and ill walk beside the Bride s Mother received 70 guests at the police boys club Leichhardt where the reception was held. A feature of the wedding was the unusual and beautifully decorated two tiered heart shaped wedding cake which was mounted on a Silver cake stand. When leaving for the Honey Moon which was spent at Goul Burn and Katoomba the Bride wore a powder Blue gabardine cult with to match and Navy accessories. Or. And mrs. Burton will re s de in Sydney. Kitchen Tea mrs. George Anderson and mrs. George Kensit Organ ised a Kitchen Tea for miss Olive w4heelwright, of Nar Rawa. Or. A. Cully proposed a Toast to miss Wheelwright which was supported by or. J. J. Collins and Many glowing tributes were Aid to the popular Young lady and her parents or. And mrs. A. Wheelwright. Or. Harold Coleman responded on behalf of his Fiancee. In an interval during the dancing presentation was made a by or. H. Probin o Crookwell on behalf of Many friends and relatives present of a wonderful array of gifts for the Kitchen and two Small children Jackie and Willie Roger presented the guest of honour with a Lovely bouquet of Flowers. Or. Sid Kensit extended congratulations from All present to the Young couple on their approaching marriage and or. Coleman. Responding thanked All present for the splendid gifts and congratulations. An Opportunity was taken during the evening to pay Tri Bute to a popular couple from Crookwell or. And mrs. H. Peters who were present and to express regret at their Pend ing departure from Crookwell where they had so Many friends and Well wishers

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