Jack Sherwood’s ‘snappy plus fours, sued jacket and checked scarf’ were the envy of all the ladies

panorama hotel driversWHILE many of the contestants in the women drivers contest on Sunday dined at the Panorama Hotel, Bulli Pass, the cheery trio preferred a picnic hamper in their car. They are Miss Peggy Dawes, Tom Peters and Miss Nea Arnott.

The most suitably-dressed man in the contest was Mr. Jack Sherwood who was an official. His snappy plus fours, sued jacket and checked scarf were the envy of all the ladies.

– The Newcastle Sun (NSW), Tuesday 26 May 1936, page 3


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