The Age from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on April 6, 1940 · Page 17
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THE AGE. SATURDAY. APRIL 6. 1940. WOMEN'S SECTION. 17 IN ' THE SUBURBS A varied number of activities in widely scattered suburbs are reported this week, when Interesting functions. sive been planned xor a numoer 01 worth? causes. A celebrity concert, a1 street appeal, dances ana- a tennis tournament have all been arranged by mettetlo members 01 auxiliaries ana organisations to open still wider the nurses of tnose generous people wno ire helping to keep these various chari ties functioning ior tne men. women nd children wno neea tneir neip, SHclal efforts are being made. in Prahran by members of the local Patriotic Society, and a number of func tions are being arranged for tne 101 tawing weeks: Cr. and Mrs. J. mcli. imus nave lent their home In Verdant-avenue, TooraK lor a card and competition party, on Thursday afternoon and evening, April U, to assist tne patriotic funds, and Uble reservations may oe made wiin the ticket secretaries, Mrs. w. M fllntoft (UYS652) and Mrs. A, W. Cole iwlnd. 5276). A street carnival organised by tne dety wl'l oe held on Empire day, Mijr 24, and Saturday morning, May a. Attractive stalls will be arranged In the streets of Prahran, and lucky envelopes will be sold, Any donations of roods suitable for prizes for these envelopes are required, and helpers for the day are also needed. Another entertainment arranged by tie society will be a baby show to be held on June 8. The age groups ire as follows: Three months to six months, six months to nine months, nine months to 12 months, one year; to two years, twins under 12 months, hrinii rme vear to two years and the bonniest toddler two years to four inn. Business Girls' Work Most valuable and tangible has been lie work carried out over the past! djM years by members of the Business Girls' Auxiliary for the Church i England Home for Children at Brighton. These girls have not arranged any otra large functions, but with their iteady, constant work have not only si a much-needed new wing to home, with sleep outs and bath- moms modernly equipped, but have to donated a concrete playground, rhlch has been a welcome diversion for the youngsters. The cost of the Inner building was approximately 1000, while about 85 was expended n the playground. In addition to these efforts, the girls provided the (ads for alterations In the dlnlngroom nd extension of this, so that there ns accommodation for eight extra Mdren. Members of the auxiliary Blribute annually at least 100 to-nids the maintenance of the five or a occupants of the wing they built amseives. Dances, bridge parties and similar Suctions are the most popular forms I raising funds, and the next func-m will be a tennis tournament on April IS, which is being organised by MS. w. a. uagg, unatswort-n-aveiiue inghton. Suburban Celebrity Concert The wonderful work done by the mm of South Melbourne since the klbreak of the war for the various tads and services is well known, and H comes another big effort on their tut to contribute to. their Red Cross lid Service Funds. This is the cele. Utv concert, which has been planned May 21, in the South Melbourne n hall, and which is the first of kind attempted In any suburb. The Wits, who are giving 'their services the evening, are well known in the msical world of Melbourne, and the 131 of the snpeial nommittpe enn- jfted for the concert is to present a jstert of the highest quality, and at wuie ume kivv practical assisi- oa to tne lunds. Among the flrtiarja annpnrlnir nrp tut Margaret Jewell, whose lovely is Known ootn overseas as well u In her own country; Miss Sylvia rcher, the dramatic soprano, and a !mg tenor, Mr. William Herbert, and a well-known pianist, Mr. Verdon 'isms, and the Albert-street Con-watorium Orchestra, under the m of Mr. Hector Crawford. The jiiiraira naa been made available fwgh the courtesy of the director ?5.DHlan hiw shown kecn ln- flftt ill the flPl.v it inn nt 1,- ilWkW at: Qn.itU j p was considered the final fillip gerday, when ehe graciously gave p patronage to the effort on May The Seerptarv la -.ifim-.-.. 3"k te ls 6 Prominent mem-k i& f The Lovers' Club, and iff twf lW or the cabaret ffih.hl5club..1 holnp on April 1 tt?lAexJndrS' st- K1'da' Tickets! ue concert will nrnhnhiu h oviu SiJ"," ,and. P'nns will be! . uuiiieaiaieiy at Allen's. Dances at Coburg IJt first of a series of monthly w ll be held next Saturday .umuiuoin jiail, WODUrg, members of the Cqburg auxiliary 8 . Vincent's Hospital will be the nese dances 117 At" A O left Ua)A ln.1 N, and proved very successful, so L7 - "waaea to maKe a very spe- , - viv ting year to h train enfturp IXffi? 01 thes? 'unctions. The Im ini, gi dv (joourg mem- ItwtLJ Tl u.'i' years Dau is re-ffillSSf very pleased with Icn th VL, J "tulles wia oe neia W Zfft! 8aturaBy o' eoh month, Ml .T.X '"'"""ns ana nouse parties tfjLW'!' to the ffk.Bil,!'!."11"?.18 the president of kvt in .' w"icn nas between 40 WyaiiEJers'if,nd Is Probably the ShliSL "S!?"1 membership of men f women. The secretarv 1 Mr N KSJ. who would be u Vu.TS , nar rrom a"y peoulc 4i mWcLwh0 are interested In i5 ""k of the aiixilWv Mr. t. iter ik.Uie,ireaa.u''!1'. and she looki mi C rmcJ members raise hune irf tk oea fff endowed In the Bw,i!he aui'llary, and now the N be , feln r"lse(1 th'8 year IWam hZi ".. v,lc eimowmenii oi a ital(if'X tne hospital. Meetings S thiJnihe Coburg town hall on with. ' rnal evening of each Partially Blinded Soldiers Til hair Cm . . - ' ' ltaaM.1 lre up ,n nve months a ZT" Wltlon strong enough to en- Uni !. ium,r' 40 oonauct monthly n&ppy Position which the ffw Set of th. Partially Blinded hi i TO,,tlon of Australia finds Out "? nances are to be held h taZI" ""bourne Town Hall, enm r be, th. rV 'i' ?nd a feature SW I valuM.onte, Carl dances, for h'Meafh!L..Pri" have been al- 'reto ,'"' "' or me nrst dance u '""-C1BS1 tlrltol. In r...ni. ."n given, ai h. u.. S it" it"l '!..ll executive anno nfeS Mi WntKi'0"' the presl-&4 thit iLly. -8.hAabo t. ana it is i bail, " " wm culminate ZMarried . 'tSo-day . . . Ronald Eater photograph. (Above) Miss Sybil Griffett, Newry-street. North Fitzroy, .whose wedding to Mr. Frederick Neil MacFar-land will be celebrated to-doy (Below) Miss Betty Lobb, Esplanade, Elwood, hos chosen Wesley College Chapel for her wedding to Mr, F. L Fincher this afternoon. . Broothorn photograph. SILVER AND WHITE ' . ' . 1 1 Ini , r-f v '.- 3 , - - - fc3tS&feJ W j Croxton studtoa photofraph. f 1 i rl i. , , ; 1 h : 1 (if Zwh . ' hX 'f4 I ?Vs ll lft'l !'' Cyrtl Suvem phototraph MAUVE ATn nilEGN WOILV II Y MAIDS FOR her wedding to Mr. Moxwell G. Keith, Helen, younger daughter of Mrs. J. Rondall, North Fltiroy, and the lata Mr. J. Randall, Dorset, England, which was celebroted at St. Andrew's, Clifton Hill, the bride chose a graceful gown of Ivory lace over satin. She was attended by two brldesmolds, wearing' frocks of palest mauve ond green georgette, with matching velvet toshes. Mr, D. Brown was best man. 1 ' - Auatln Murcott photograph. (Above) Miss Martha (Pat) Griffin, Nicholson-street, South Yarra, will marry Mr. A. Paino, of Block Rock, ot St. Joseph's Church, South Yarra, this evening. J (Top) Miss Myrtle Florence Walsh, Wickham-rood, Moorabbln, will be married this afternoon to Mr. Oscar Petschack, of Cheltenham, at Moorabbln Methodist Church. Scan photograph. (At right) Miss Violet R. Perry hos also chosen this evening for her wedding to Mr. Sydney Best, of West Coburg, which will be celebrated at All Saints, East St. Kllda. uanrell-Porteout phototraph. L Broothorn photograph. Above is pictured Miss Jean Elizabeth Pope, of North-rood, Ormond, who will be morrled to-day at the Ormond Church of Englond to Mr, Frank Gerald Foster. C 10 f J Broothorn photograph. HUE birds held the tulle veil worn by Myrtle Elth, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Way, Glen morgan -street, East Brunswick, when she was married to Joseph Reginald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Digney, Richmond, wearing a charming gown of bridal satin, stitched with silver, and carrying a bouquet of gladioli ond lilium aura-turn. The ceremony took place at St. Margaret Mary's Church, North Brunswick. 4f- J WEDDINGS and ENGAGEMENTS Greensborough Bride WHITE was worn by both bride and bridesmaid at the wedding of Dorothy Isobelle Lyon, only daughter of Mrs. H. Piatt, Greensborough, to Edward Martin, youngest son of late Mr. and Mrs. C. Elwers, of Plenty, which was celebrated at St. Catherine's Church of England, St. Helena. Miss Anna Froser was the only bridesmaid, wearing a bouffant f,rock of white figured organdie, with a delphinium blue sash, and halo in her hair. IVORY LACE BRIDE Engagements Announced ; Eve Ray photograph. MISS DAWN STUDLEY, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Studley, St. Kilda, whose engagement to Mr. Ray Miles, of Elwood, hos been announced. Artgrat photograph. MISS RUBY MAY CULLUM,' .: third doughter of Mr. W. T. . Cullum, North Melbourne, ond lot Mrs. CullurrT, who Is an nouncing her engagement to Mr. Charlei H. A. Tosker, of Yarravlllt. Mendelssohn photoiriph. GOWN FOR I VORY lace was worn by Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. U. McKay, Fairfield Park, when she was married to Mr. Leslie Charles Mullingei at St. Paul's Church, Fairfield Park. Her bridesmaids. Misses Ena and Norma . McKay and Jeon Mullln-ger, wore frocks of blue marquisette trimmed with wine as a contrast. AN. unusual trellis de- . sign In satin formed a yoke and finished the edge of the-trafn on the magnolia satin gown worn by Edna Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dixon, Essendon, for her marriage to Mr. John Francis Hogon, Nyora, Gippslond, youngest son of Mr. ond Mrs. J. Ho-gan, Altono Bay. The bride's little sister, Joyce, was dressed In green georgette, ks n d the bridesmaid, Miss Elsie Preston, was In peach georgette. MOST DELICIOUS FORM Ac--'BRAN biscuit THAT WILL RELIEVE CONSTIPATIOU I M AG NOLI A satin, made on graceful lines, was chosen by Jean, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Robinson, of Kensington, for her marriage to Alon, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Kimpton, also of Kensington, which was celebroted ot the Methodist Church, Kensington. Miss Joy Walton was the only brides-maid, wearing pale blue organdie, and Mr. G. Robinson was best man. 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