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DONALD MACDONALD (antartex) LTD.

DONALD MACDONALD (antartex) LTD.

DONALD MACDONALD LTD. RONALD PATERSON designed this 3/4-length sheepskin glamorous curly wool for those people not afraid to look opulent, jacket, a long-time best seller, worn here by Linn Macdonald. With If you send for the catalogue of glossy pictures, colour samples of draped
29 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
International 26

International 26

To a generation conditioned to film titles like Boccaccio 70 or Fellini's terser 8h, should require no further explanation. To Britain's ski women it means at once the 26th International Ladies' Ski Races held this year on the Eiger Glacier in the shadow of the fateful Eiger No
29 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Graphic

Graphic

International 26 continued 2 Diana Tomkinson in Grindelwald looks at a local photographer's shots of the race 3 Wendy Farrington, captain of the British team, stacks her skis after racing. In the background, the grim Eiger mountain 1 Divina Galica raises a minor snowstorm as she
29 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Two royal wins

Two royal wins

The presence of the Queen Mother at the second day of Sandown's first New Year meeting was signalized by victory for two of her horses, Makaldar, winner of the Village 4-year-old Hurdle, and Super Fox, first in the Cardinal Handicap 1 The Queen Mother's winning horse, Makaldar,
29 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Come blow your horn

Come blow your horn

The Cotswold Hunt Junior Ball was held at Rossley Manor, Cheltenham, the home of Major-Gen. Mrs. N. A. Coxwell- Rogers. Though the age limit was fixed from 12 to 80 the majority of dancers were in the lower age group and enjoyed supper and dancing. To prove that the youngsters k
29 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 

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The Buccleuch's night out

The Buccleuch's night out

The Duke of Buccleuch's Hunt Ball was held at the Ednam House Hotel, Kelso 1 Mr. H. Scott-Plummer, the Duke of Buccleuch, the Duchess of Sutherland and Mrs. Scott-Plummer 2 Miss Diana Harmar and Mr. Matt Prentice 3 Lord Polwarth and Mrs. J. R. F. McKenzie, secretary of the ball
29 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
FRIENDS OF THE BALLET

FRIENDS OF THE BALLET

Miss Marjory Middleton tells me she is about to launch a Friends of the Ballet group. Miss Middleton has been Director of the Scottish Ballet School for nearly 35 years and has been running the Scottish Ballet Club for about 20 years. Small wonder that at the New Year she receiv
29 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
CARS AT THE FIFE

CARS AT THE FIFE

The Hunt Ball season is in full swing just now with members showing amazing reserves of energy dancing until the small hours and then up (or, maybe, never to bed!) in time for the meet the same morning. The Fife Hunt Ball, held on a recent Friday evening in the County Buildings,
29 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Covers

Covers

a] Jsl I B"^ k^ I u m m 1 I VI L wA 1 <fe Bystander £s.6d. weekly 15 Jan. LO( >Z1 LondorfsSy Horses EDITOR JOHN OLIVER Whitbread drayhorse Pomp on the cover provides the first clue to the burning question Where Have All the Horses gone? You'll find the answer on page 123 in Morri
15 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
COINTREAU

COINTREAU

/Tvr\nnrm rii n^rp nnr llHi OuCMinrm a nnr ilHl ONTHE ROCKS 0 an inspiration Here's to those inspired combinations (Mr., Mrs.) that give life such a lift. To the ones that excite soldiers (fife, drum), send chills down spines (cloak, dagger), and hypnotise nearly all of us (love,
15 January 1964 - The Tatler - London, London, England