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WEATHER Colder and Snow Abbot Alumnae News LAST MINUTE SOCIETY NEWS Established 1936 JUNE 8, 1946 Price: $5,000.00 Fashionable Wedding Remains Close Secret The wedding of Miss Sylvia Wright next Wednesday is still veiled in mystery as the name of the lucky gentleman has not been revealed. The maid of honor will be Miss Carol Stillwell, famous tap- dancer, who will wear white tulle in contrast with the bride ' s gown of black satin. The bouquet will be caught by Miss Ruth Wittig, who is the Interpreter of Lingo, Jargon and Slang at the City Court House. The bride has received many expressions of good-will from Miss Jenks and Miss Comegys. CLUBWOMAN TALKS ON MODERN ART In an informal talk at the Radical Club yesterday, Miss Pauline Spear spoke in defense of the modern art which has re- turned to " the conservative trends of deBlock. " Miss Spear is a well-known artist and decorator. WOMEN ' S GOLF CHAMPIONHIPS Cable from Ireland — Miss Charlotte Dane won the world ' s Golf Champion- ship today with a score of 36 coming and going. FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT NAMED BY DEMOCRATS TENNIS DOUBLES AT WIMBLEDON The Woman ' s Doubles Cup was won today by the Misses Rockwell and O ' - Brien, who defeated all other entries. The score was: 6-4, 7-10, 1 1-8, 10-13, 17-22. PARIS OPENING SUCCESSFUL A. Russell ' s and P. Mailey ' s Paris open- ing last night was a brilliant success. Their most outstanding design was a new evening dress of pale pink with bright stripesof orange. Among the distinguished guests were Miss Rosalie Rappoport, American ambassador to China, and Miss Mildred Eastlack who is spending the season on the Riviera and who has won the title of " Best-dressed Woman in the World. " GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL MEETS Girl Scout officials met yesterday to decide who should present Golden Eaglets at the next open meeting. It was decided that Miss Frances Mahoney should present the Eaglets and Miss Clara Holland should pour tea. Famous Movie Star Quits Studio for Stage WILD HORSE UPSETS RODEO The annual Rodeo was upset by a wild horse today. Fortunately, Miss Elinor Robinson succeeded in reining him in before he climbed into the stadium. Miss Robinson also won the bareback event for women. Miss Francesca Rand, in private life Miss Barbara Reinhart, announced today that she will leave Hollywood on Satur- day, to devote her unusual talents to the New York stage. Her first appearance will be in the revival of the Greek drama, " Agamemnon. " Miss Rand will play " Ophelia. " ADVERTISEMENTS peautp iHjoppe Coiffures by BURNS Knitting Shop Proprietresses SARGE and SALLY Nominee Promises Excitement At the Democratic Convention held in Newburyport today, Miss Anne Dodge was chosen a candidate for the Presiden- tial election this fall. Miss Dodge will run on a wide plank. She expects to abolish close-ups of senators, and use close-ups of movie stars instead. She will probably appoint Miss Miriam Adams the first woman Postmaster General. CONCERT BY FAMED PIANIST Miss Mary Swan made her American debut here last night. She has already been recognized by Europe. The concert was extremely enjoyable, featuring " The Music Goes Round and Round. " Miss Mary Trafton was the official page- turner. SPEEDER ARRESTED Miss Mary Dooley was arrested next January for driving three cars at once blind-folded. Trial on Thursday. NEW VOLUME The tenth volume of Miss Eleanor Wells ' Tea for Two will be published to- morrow. Price. Ss-oo. AFRICAN EXPLORERS RETURN Mr. and Mrs. Patricia Leonard arrived on the S.S. Smith today from Cairo. They have spent ten years in the wilds of Africa shooting Ourebi. They are bring- ing several elephants for the Public Zoo in Marblehead. WINS BEAUTY CONTEST Miss Marion Mooney was chosen the winner of the Beauty Contest held in York Harbor yesterday. Miss Mooney wore a very stylish bathing suit of pink and sunset blue.
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