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Victoria Uni. Graduand

The Nifty Nineties

Bride Of The Year

A wealth of valuable prizes awaits the winner and piacegetters in the McGlashen Swimming Club's Bride of the Year contest which is to be held in the Kaiti Memorial Hall on September 3. Entries have to be in by August 15 and forms are available from the indicated stores around town.

So What Else Is New?


Winton Holmes, eldest son of Mr and Mrs H. J. Holmes, Richardson Avenue, has graduated B.A. in Political Science at Victoria University, Wellington. This year Winton is continuing his work on an honours course in International Politics.


Although into her nineties you would never guess it of Mrs I. E. Foster of “Dunblane,” Iranui Road. She is as blithe and vivacious as anyone 30 years younger, still does some gardening and most of the darning, and reads a lot, keeping up both world and local affairs. So take a lesson, you younger people — take a leaf out of Mrs Foster's book and develop a propensity for enjoying life!


Last year's winner, Sally-Ann Monk (nee Hyland), will be on hand to present the prizes.


Bearing a more than remarkable resemblance to Winston Churchill, Brace Douglas Jamieson (six months old yet) studies the latest in the world situation. Winston, pardon, Brace, is the son of Mr and Mrs R. Jamieson, 49 Anzac Street.