The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on May 17, 1981 · Page 124
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The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia · Page 124

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Sunday, May 17, 1981
Page 124
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midnight cowboys II J- ft' 1 TAUrtEAN, Elaine Towrishend is a party-giver on the grand scale and last Saturday's soiree for 400 of her r friends was no exception. Her "Bull-Ball" began officially at 10 pm, but most guests rolled up at the witching hour of midnight, when they were welcomed by Gary Shearstron and Jack Caroleon singing country and western tunes accompanied by the ukelele. On the dance floor, , among the balloons and bales of hay. the crush of guests in cowboy gear danced to a country and western band while Graham, the caller,, and a group of guys and their crinolined girls, demonstrated the intricacies of square dancing. r By 4 am the birthday girl (more about her on page 134), was dragged home to bed, leaving the party to finish up at 6 am. -. Primrose Dunlop. ABOVE: Jack Caroleon and his dog Chienne entertain guests at Elaine Townsh-end's Bull-Ball Birthday Party. Noto Chienne's stunning diamond necklaces. RIGHT: Marcela von Kaspar and Peter Lumley arrived at Elaine's Birthday Party a la country and western. ' ' IKI I' - Ts 1 r. " litili tS &j&&3 WJ? . llMMM)MAMIUWMlJrlllll II IIHHWII Lllll IHIIIMHHM ABOVE: Jan Mackey and crazy Jude Kurings look lovingly at M cowboy Geoff Hoiey. INSET LEFT: Cameron Townsh-' end, Elaine's son, passed around popcorn at the party. RIGHT: Rod Wallace was another cowboy among the 400 guests sJ who celebrated Elaine Townsh end s birthday. 3 .f. IS' S. 1 Msec holiday fun . . . f Is. ' 3 1 THERE'S plenty td do when school's out and last week the kid brigade took over the restaurants, theatres and shopping centres. On Saturday morning the gang decided to go shopping at the Wybalena Fair held by the Sydney University Settlement Auxiliary at Hunters Hill. , By 1.30 on Tuesday they arrived with grandmothers, mum or friends at the Drama Theatre to see the afternoon's, performance of . Norman Lindsay's Australian classic, The Magic Pudding. Munching on ice creams or chips, the small "puddin fanciers" were fed the adventures of Albert, the ill-mannered pudding. ABOVE: Justin Steven cams up from Canberra especially to see the Magic Pudding on Tuesday. RIGHT: The Kinchin sisters ,Si-nead, Niami and Aisling, centre, share their spoils at the Wybalena Fair organized by the Sydney University Settlement Auxiliary. ABOVE RIGHT: Jan Finegan caught up on the story off the Magic Pudding before the performance. '''Mh' A "fri t " i4m ,v a lb I r Ml ABOVE: Blonde Lily Fink arrived In striped viyella and laca to sea the Magic Pudding performed at the Opera House. 124 THE SUN-HERALD, MAY 17. 1981 !, 126 Tit 1 i'U i Hf 3.6 .vii-Art'iniU ithV '

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