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The Catholic Weekly from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia • 22

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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22 THE CATHOLIC WEEKLY May 14, 1953. Recent Weddings Of Interest 2 Ex-students of Monte Sant' Angelo College photographed Prince's after their presentation to Air Vice- J. P. J. McCauley and Mrs.

McCauley. Young Hostesses Entertain At Monte Ex-students' Ball THIRTEEN debutantes Vice-Marshal J. P. McCauley at the Monte Annual Ball, held at Prince's They were Misses Rosamund White, Gay Wallack, Joan Burke, Shirley Ewing, Ann Smith, Rosemary Donnelley. Margaret Malouf, Margaret Ware, Maria Brassil, Ann Patterson.

Roberta Hambly, Marie Fitzpatrick, and Denise O'Donoghoe. Matron of honor Mrs. Barry Mcinerney, who presented the debutantes, wore a gown of grey French brocade and carried a sheaf of dark red roses. The official guests were entertained by the president, Mrs. F.

X. Watson, and Dr. Watson. Mrs. Watson's frock was of white broderie unglaise.

Included in the official party were Alr Vice- Marshal McCauley and Mrs. McCauley, Mrs. B. Corbett. Miss N.

Jacoba, Mr. T. Crowe and Miss M. Glasson (St. Aloysius'), Miss Dwyer and Mr.

Gallagher (Brigidines). Mr. and Mrs. G. Morgan (Holy Crosa), Miss D.

McKelvey (Combined Ex-students'). Mr. and Mra. V. Davis (Loreto, Kirribilli), Mr.

and Mrs. A. F. O'Rourke (O.L.M.C., Parramatta), Miss F. Scully, Mr.

R. North, Mrs. J. Pearce (secretary) and Mr. Pearce.

Mrs. Pearce's black frock featured a beaded bodice. Treasurer Miss Patricia Janes was assisted by Mr. Keith Curtin in entertaining a party of 10. Three pharmacists- -the hostess and Messra.

Ken Scott and John Cummins -and two dental graduates. Miss Trixie McGirr and Mr. Don Hutchison, were included in this party. Nutrition Queries Question: Is pasteurisation of milk essential? Does this process adversely affect the value of milk as a food Answer: The process of pasteurisation is certainly to be recommended. All milk contains a certain number of bacteria and if milk is not pasteurised these are likely to multiply enormoualy.

Some of these bacteria are less, but others may riers of disease. tion does not take of hygienic handling of milk, but it does help to make it safe. During pasteurisation there are some minor chemical changes. Vitamins, larly vitamin are destroyed by the heat but as even raw milk is a poor source of vitamin we rely on fresh fruita and vegetables to supply this vitamin. For all tical purposes pasteurised milk is good a food as raw milk.

GUESTS South all Wales parts were of among the 140 who attended the marriage of Bernice Patricia Phillips, of Haberfleld, and Dennis Hanion Sam, of Young, which was solemnised recently at St. Joan of Arc Church, Haberfleld. Rev. Father S. Moseley officiated and celebrated Nuptial Mass, which was sung by the Austral Singers.

The bride, who is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Phillips, of Haberfield, was attended by Maureen Breen, Joan Rogers, Maureen and Lorraine Sam, and flower-girl Janice Allen.

The groom, who is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Sam, of Young, was attended by Bill Dwyer (Young), Bill Dwyer (Sydney), and Neville and John Phillips.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam spent their honeymoon in Victoria. THE marriage of Barbara Jean, only daughter of Mrs. J.

Picard, of Manly, and Maxwell Keith. only son of Mr. and Mrs. K. W.

Porter, of Narrabeen, was solemnised recently prior to Nuptial Mass, at St. John's Church. Harbord. Rev. Father J.

Delaney officiated and was assisted by Rev. Father J. Haseler. The bride was attended by Mrs. M.

Burgess and Miss Jan Eccleston, and the groom by Messrs. J. Doherty and L. Meade. Reception was held at the home.

of the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. E. Cuneo.

of South Curl Curl. Mr. and Mrs. Porter motored to Queensland for their honeymoon. CARD PARTY.

A card party to aid the Good Samaritan Training Centre for Girls. Prince's Highway. Arncliffe, will be held at Legion House, 161 Castlereagh-street, on Wednesday. June 10. at 2.30 p.m.

Tickets procurable at door. Reservations, Mrs. Guy (FX6754). Debutantes Presented At Lochinvar Ball SEVEN Monsignor debutantes E. were McAuliffe, presented P.P., at to the Right annual Rev.

ball of the Sydney branch of the Lochinvar Exstudents' Association recently. Three hundred people attended the ball, which was held at the State Ballroom. The debutantes, who are all ex-students of St. Joseph's Convent, Lochinvar, were Misses Joy 0'Keefe, Tess Miles, Colleen Jackson, Judith McGrath, Patricia Smith, Barbara Moylan and Kirk. They were presented by matron-of-honor Mrs.

W. Rohr, who wore A gown of silver grey satin and silver-beaded silk. The president of the ball committee. Mra. B.

Corbett. who wore a cocktail frock of grey French crepe, entertained the official party. Her guests included signor McAuliffe, Mr. and Mrs. C.

J. Wilson (Combined Catholic Colleges). Mr. and Mrs. O.

Compton (Legion of Catholic Women), Mr. and Mra. J. Pearce (Monte Sant' Angelo), Miss A. Rooke and Mr.

J. Davies (St. Catherine's, Singleton a Miss Esma bach and Mre. W. McKee (Ursulines), Mr.

and Mrs. J. (Holy Cross, Woollahra), Mr. and Mrs. J.

G. Costello (De La Salle), Mr. and Mra. F. Gregg.

Mr. and Mra. W. J. Pickering, Mr.

and Mrs. Ronald Ragen, Mr. M. Corbett, Miss Ursula Corbett and Miss N. Jacoba.

Matron-of-honor Mrs. Rohr was assisted by her daughters, Mra. Bruce Gillis and Miss Noela Rohr, in entertaining a large party. Guests included Mr. and Mra.

John Hume, Misses Jean Jackson, Sue White, P. O'Brien, C. Malcolm, Scott and Messrs. Ian Campbell, Barry East and Carty. THE marriage of Ann Mary Carleton Thackray and John Lewis Davey was solemnised recently prior to Nuptial Mass, at St.

Martha's Church, Strathfleld. Rev. Father G. Weaver, a schoolfriend of the groom at St. Patrick'8 College, Strathfleld, officiated.

The choir of St. Mary's School, Concord, one of the many at which Ann had taught in her position with the Graham-Burrow School of Physical Education, sang during the ceremony. Miss Philomene Costello attended the bride, who is the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.

A. Thackray, of Homebush. The groom, who is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. L.

C. Davey, of Homebush, was attended by Alan Woodbridge. Reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mre.

Davey spent their honeymoon on the North Coast. They will make their home at Wollongong. Ann, who has trained hundreds of debutantes for the C.Y.O. ball and other Catholic balls over the past few years. has also been a keen worker for St.

Lucy's School for Blind and Partially-sighted Chitdren and has taught the children physical culture, sport and dancing. In 1951 she was the school's first candidate in the Associated Catholic Charities Princess Competition. were presented to Air J. McCauley and Mrs. Sant' Angelo Ex-students' recently.

A frock of pale apricot tinsel-striped organza was worn by assistant secretary Miss Valerie Lee, who entertained a party of 10. Miss Lee's guests included Misses Judith Hourigan and Margaret McClusky and Messrs. Neil Fryer and Douglas Oakes. One of the largest parties Wag entertained by Miss Therese Storman, a debutante of last year, and Miss Angela Pile. Thirty-six young people made up their party, Also entertaining parties were Mr.

and Mrs. R. Patter. son (representing the Parents and Friends' Association), Miss P. Quilty and Miss J.

Cohen. THE Papal Blessing was bestowed upon the marriage of Carmel Josephine Campbell and William Mc Carthy, which was solemnised prior to Nuptial Mas at the Church of SS. Peter and Paul, Tempe. Rev. Father M.

S. Hogan, an old school friend of the groom, officiated. The bride, daughter who is the younger of Mr. and Mrs. W.

J. Campbell, of Tempe, was attended by her sister, Kathleen, and the groom's cousin, Catherine Minns. Mr. John Shapter attended the groom. Reception for 200 guests was held at the Petersham Town Hall.

Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy motored to Forster for their honeymoon. THE bride's cousin, Rev. Father D.

Hiscox, P.P., of Guyra, officiated at the marriage of Winifred Hiscox and Dr. Peter Bell, which was solemnised recently at St. Vincent's Church, Ashfleld. The bride and her bridesmaids, Frances Hiscox and Joan Boland, trained together at St. Vincent's Hospital, and the groom and his grooms-.

man, Dr. David Walker. were residents at the same hospital for two years. Best man WaS the groom's brother. Greg.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. A. J. Hiscox, of Kedron, Brisbane. and the groom is the eldest son of Mr.

and Mrs. K. Bell, of Hunter's Hill. Among the guests at the reception at Jonroe, Ashfield, were friends from Wagga and Melbourne and the groom's cousin, Joan Bondiette. THE Papal Blessing was bestowed upon the marriage of Cecily Mulheron and Raymond Salnon, which was solemnised recently prior to Nuptial Mass, at St.

Mary's Church, Concord. The bride, who is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Mulheron, of Concord, was attended by Mrs. J. Burne and Miss Barbara Saidey. Mesars. Ron Salnon and W.

Mulheron attended the groom, who is the son of Mr. F. Salon and the late Mrs. Sainon, of Epping. Mr.

and Mrs. Sainon spent their honeymoon at Lord Howe Island. REV. elated Father at J. Munday marriage offi- of Patricia Kathleen Behan and Brian Farmer, which was solemnised recently at St.

Charles's Church, Ryde. The bride, who is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J.

Behan, of Camperdown, was attended by her cousin. Miss Joy Scard, Mrs. B. Lutherborrow and the groom's niece. Kristen Dawson, 88 flowergirl.

She carried rosary beads given to her by a former teacher, Sister Mary Joachim. of the Sisters of Charity, Messre Robert McGlone and J. Dawson attended the groom, who is the only son of the late Mr. W. Farmer, of Nambucca, and Mrs.

T. Fleming. of Ryde. Reception was held at La Maison, Gladesville. Mr.

and Mra. Farmer spent their honeymoon at Tuggerah Lakes. Grail Members For African Missions THE bride's brother, Rev. Father W. Cunningham.

M.S.C., officiated at the marriage of Monica Joan, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cunningham, of Mascot.

and Leslie John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gosper, of Rosebery, which was solem. nised recently at St.

Bernard's Church, Mascot. The bride was attended by her sister, Marie, and the groom's cousin, Joyce Whiteman, and the groom by Mesars G. Williams and R. Matthews, Mr. and Mra.

Gosper spent their I honeymoon at Southport. LOVELAND. Ohio. Four young women from the Grailville Lay Mission School here are en route to Africa to serve the Church as lay mis. sionaries.

They are: Mary Imelda Buckley, member of the Grailville staff, who will join the faculty of Pius XIL. University in Basutoland: Marie Therese McDermit, graduate nurse and nursing instructor, who will join a Grail medical team in Uganda: Rita Josten, who will be stationed at the Grail centre in Rivonia. Union of South Africa: and Mary Emma Kuhn, who has been granted a scholarship to continue her studies at Pius X11. University. They will join the ranks of nearly 100 -trained lay mission workers serving the Church in Africa, Asia, Indonesia, and South America.

The Social Among the gueata of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Drake-Brockman were Miss Gwen Sweetnan and Mr.

John Quirk, who were celebrating the announcement of their engage ment. Gwen 1s the only daughter of Mra. L. Sweetnan, of Murwillumbah, and the late Mr. A.

Sweetnan. Her flance is the eldest son of Mrs. S. Quirk and the late Mr. J.

Quirk, of Halifax, Yorkshire, England. Other guests In this party were Mr. and Mra. John Brennan and Mr. and Mrs.

Putland. Mr. Gregory Douglas, hushand of the secretary, who was unable to attend, entertained a number of guests on behalf of his wife. They ineluded Mr. and Mrs.

George Galley, Mr. and Mra. M. Curnow. Mr, and Mra.

H. Ashton, Mr. and Mrs. V. Bourke and Mr.

and Mrs. J. Kelly, Mrs. P. Miles.

Mrs. M. Jackson and Misses B. Marsh and S. Blair were the guests of Miss Tess Miles.

Thirty-six guests were tertained by Mra. J. Clune. They Included Misses P. Willa and N.

North, and Mesara F. Pinder and M. Strempel. Miss Patricia Smith and Mr. Michael McGrath and Mr.

and Mrs. J. Cleary were the guests of Mrs. M. McGrath.

Celebrating his birthday at the ball was Mr. Maurice Corbett, son of the president. Mr. and Mrs. C.

Tome, Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith and' Mr. and Mrs.

G. Bas were the guests of the vice-president, Mrs. T. Tilbrook, and Mr. Tilbrook.

May 17: Lewisham Hospital Younger Set yacht picnic. Further particulars from the secretary, at LM7363. May 18: Mater Hospital Nurses' and Residents' annual ball, at Grace Auditorium. Reservations, Maureen Harnett (secretray) XB4031. May 18: Catholic Women's Association popular lecture for professional and business women, at Legion House, at 6.30 p.m.

May 19: Catholic Women's Association card afternoon at Legion House, at 1.30 p.m. Reservations, WB1782, JF3175 or MA1869. May 19: St. Columba's, Wentworthville, annual parish ball, at the Rivoli, Parramatta, at 8 p.m. May 21: Marist Medical Mission conversazione and farewell to Bishop Wade, at David Jones' Annex.

Reser. vations FA6835 or XY1584. May 25: St. Vincent's College Ex-students' Golden Jubileg Ball, at Prince's. Intending debutantes should contact Pam Taylor (FU3187) or Una Wilson (FU9688).

May 25: All-Dominican Exstudents' annual ball, at the Trocadero. Reservations at the Trocadero. His Honor Mr. Justice McClemens will receive the debutantes. May 26: Catholic Women's Association luncheon at Legion House, at 13.30 p.m.

Speaker on Interior tion. May 25: Catholic Women's Association professional and business women's card evenIng at Legion House at 8 p.m. May 27: St. Gabriel's, ley, Coronation Year Ball, at Rockdale Town Hall. Debutantes will be presented.

Reservations, LX1934. May 27: St. Vincent's pital Auxiliary card party in hospital nurses' home. Reservations. FM2093, May 29: St.

Mary's College, Grafton. annual bail, at State Ballroom. May 29: St. Mary's, Grafton, Ex-Studenta' annual ball. at State Ballroom.

Reservations. Mrs. D. McKinnon (WL3704). June 3: Lewisham Hospital Younger Set dance at North Sydney Council Chambers.

Further particulars from the secretary. at LM7363. June 3: St. Anne's. Bondi Beach.

Parish and Ball. at P'addington Town Hall. Very Rev. Monsignor W. Hurley.

P.P., will receive the debutantes. Reservations, FUS345, FU6187. June 4: Hiberulan Ball, at Paddington Town Hall. Reservations, Mrs. P.

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June 26: Lewisham ents and Friends' Association annual ball at Sydney Town Hall. Intending debutantes should ring UA2712. July 7: Waverley College Jubilee Ball, at Trocadero Intending debutantes should contact Mrs. Tome July 16: St. Joseph': College Old Boys' Union annual ball, at Trocadero.

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