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FRANKSTON YOUNG LIFE CRUSADE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
FRANKSTON YOUNG LIFE CRUSADE, .,This movement, which was started recently in the interest of children and young people, has succeeded be yond expectation.. Through the coui tesy and kindness of the ladies of the Frankston branch of the W.W.T.U., services are held each Friday from 4.15 to 5 p.m. Commencing with some half-dozen children1 attendance has steadily grown until' 70 names have been en rdlled. The meetings are very popu lar with the children, there being over 40 present last Friday. There is no sectarian teaching, the sole aim being to bring:the boys and girls into a per sonal relationship to Him who said': "Suffer little children to come unto Mle,- and forbid them not, for 'of such is the Kingdom of Heaven.'", Parents and friends are invited to stand in to this effort by sympathy and co-opera tion, and thus support' and encourage the little' band of voluntary workers.
PUBLIC SPEAKING Frankston Group. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
PUBLIC SPEAKING Frankston Group. A good commencement was made by the Public Speaking Group a the Willard Hall on Monday nigh in spite of the inclement weather "Lucid thinking," Miss Bansgrove the leader, and interstate lecture. on ,.psychology. said, was the. firs requisite' of public speaking and sin cerity its keynote. Students shoulh endeavor to put ino 50 telling words what might be.less well expressed in 500 weak ones. Above all, speeches should be delivered clearly and de 'lberately." Lip, tongue and breath ing exercises were explained and demonstrated. Miss Bansgrove gave as: a maxim to be remembered Start low, speak 'slow, rise higher take fire; Next, Monday, student: will be' instructed in speech architec ture. Interesting discussions an promised as the course advances; SCOUTS' 50/50 dance, M.echanics Hall, Grand Gala Night, Saturday August 26.' Novelties,' supper. Ad mission 1/.
OBITUARY MRS. WOLTER. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
OBITUARY I.MRS. WOLTER. The. death:-occurred early on day morning of Mrs H. F. Welter, of the well-known Mentone' tr She died aaterf an illness of months in Epworth private hbspld and. was:buried. in the new Cheldt ham cemetery on Tuesday. SA: large number' of friends andre tives attended' the funeral, and cluded lifessr Bob Fang, Alan Yo? ,Len. Wolter, J. Moorehouese. bearers were Messrs R. Balloch, Wolter, Les Bols, Jack Barry, Sleigh, E. Jefries, W. Hughes and Balloch . i Mali? flor tributes were receld Mrs Wolter vea one son, ROIOt
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE PORRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE PORRIDGE. Whole wheat is especially rich in vitamin B .(nerve tonic) and also contains some vitamin A. Served with milk it constithites a perfect food. Put 2oz. rolled breakfast wheat in to a basin and blend to thin paste with ý cup coul water. ý Boil 1 cups water,, pour onto blended -wheat:. Mix well with wooden spoon, .return' to double saucepan, and cook over boil ing water ,for . 5 minutes. :.:.Lessen heat 'and cook slowly,,about 6 hbur, stirring, . occasionally. • Serve with sugar and. hot milk or syrup and butter. :: PINEAPPLE DATE CREAM. / Take ': one medium-sized pineapple, peel and hollow out centre; whip one cup' cream, and beat in half cup dates which have been previously mashed with: a' fork (after stoning: and steaming them first)." Sweeten
SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
SOMERVILLE ' Anniversary services in conjunction vith the Christian Endeavour Society vere held in the Methodist Church on 3unday, 13th iist. The preacher for he occasion was the Rev. George Fisher, of Mordialloc, who delivered very eloquent and thoughtful sermons it both afternoon and evening ser vice's. Appropriate hymns were sung, Mrs. J. E Shelton presiding at the organ. The anniversary was continued on the following evening, when a dist rict Endeavour' Rally 'was held and, In spite of the unpleasant - weather, was a great success. Members from' the Frankston, Mornington, Tyabb, Red Hill, Hastings and Carrum Downs societies attending in such numbers, that the church was crowded. In addition to the Rev. G. A. Os mond, who presided, there were pres ent, the Rev. S. O Seward, of the Anglican Church, who: delivered a short address, also the Rev. A. 0. Horn, of Mornington, who expressed his Ipleasure in being present at such a fine gathering. The chief item of the meeting was entrust...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
If Business is Bad - Advertise in the Standard 'THE STANDARD" SWantAd. Costs It Pays Ifor 14 :Words A ... A U T " /-TVMlAI ADLS toiuthei see Your Newsagent WAk A ID AWANTDS Phone Fr?1n kl FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 PAGE FIVE J. C. O'BRIEN GRAIN, PRODUCE,. EGG° J. C. BREN MERCHANT Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. pHONE: Frankston, 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. *. ent, AQ. .... ? ....: S/ Growing Mash ........ ... .. 8/ t Maize, Whole, 5/3, Crushed 5/4 Chick Starter .... .... .... .... 11/ 1 Hulled Oats ....... .......3/ Chick Mash ................. 10/6 Feed Oats ........ .... ... 2/9 Chick Food .... .... ......... . 9/ Crushed Oats ...... : ... . Chick Grit ........ ........ .... 2/6 Oat Hulls 2/3, ton lots 2/ Growing Grain .... ... .... 10/ ' ranning Oats .3/9, 3/15/ ton Meggetts .... .......... 10/6 Malt Combings ........ 2/6 bag Maize Oil Meal ............ .. 8/9 pollard, 7's ...... .. ...... 7/39 N.Z. Greenfeast Peas, bus. 25/ Wran, 5 . 7's ... *. . 8/ Chaff, Prime ...........
Eyes & Ears of the Turf PARS ABOUT DOWN-THELINE MEN AND HORSES EL GOLEA TO TACKLE AJEX [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Eyes & Ears of the Turf PARS ABOUT DOWN-THE LINE MEN AND HORSES (By METEOR) EL GOLEA TO TACKLE AJAX It seems a rather optimistic opinion, but there are some racing folk at M?entone who consider that El Golea has' a good chance of beating Ajax in the Underwood Stakes at Williams town on Saturday. One of these is Harry Freedman, who trains El Golea for .Mr Archie Crofts. He considers that Ajax will be at a disadvantage by not having had a run, whereas his charge has improved considerably since his race at Caulfield when "he finished third to Hilton and Manrico, and. he is right at the peak of his form. El Golea certainly looks the apart, but, good as we know him to be, I think the task of downing the cham pion will be too great. Another interesting runner in the Underwood Stakes will be Lochlee. The Veilmond gelding has been going along so well in his work at Mentone that his connections hav?e backed him well for the Caulfleld Cup. He is not forward enough to give his 'best ye...
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 and 2. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
PLAZA THEATRE -0 FRIDAY AN'D SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 and 2. One of ,the best comedies of the Year will be seen on Friday and Sat urday, when "You Can't Take It With You" will be screened. Head ing a large cast of favorite players in this release are Lionel Barry more, James Stewart, Jean Arthur and Edward Arnold. The story is human and laughable and tells of two families whose philosophies of life are very different. One family presided' over by happy-go-lucky Grandpa Vanderhof, lives merrily and somewhat madly in a sufflicient unto the day atmosphere of un troublqd fun. The other family, the social-conscious, money-mad Kirbys, *are thorough snobs. What happens when the granddaughter of one family and the son of the other fall In love provides merry entertain ment. Supporting this are the famous merrymakers, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in another hilarious comedy, County Hospital. In addition are several short fea tures. They include Sport Stamina, Lover's Paradise, a colored travel ...
In Other Lands FONTAINEBLEAU. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
In Other Lands oOo - (By R. J.. EDWARDS) FONTAINEBLEAU. The city of a famous forest:' and equally famous palace, one of France's most perfect Jewels in the peerless collection of cities, Fontainebleau has now absorbed the whole of the nar. row valley between the Seine and the loing rivers, and is. a city of woods and trees, a most loveable spot so full of the ghosts of the past and a' true home for kings, with a population of about 17,000: inhabitants. We arrive in this) charming city on April 28, and having obtained.accom modation, at a. most pleasant' hotel right opposite the palace, an old build ing built in 1620 and formerly the residence of the Marquis de Sevigne, we drive round this entertaining towni seeing its old buildings,and in teresting relics of days now so far distant. We see the Pompadours; House, situated in the Boulevard de Magenta, d'Armagnae House, and the porch of the Drum House. The obelisk erected at the entrance to the Boule vard de Magenta in 1786 in honor of...
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION A meeting held on August 24 was attended by over 50 members. Miss Hyland, from headquarters, was pre sent to discuss the building of a rest room on land given by the council. It was arranged:to prepare plans. Mrs Fairchild Jones gave an interesting talk on dogs. A very enjoyable after noon tea brought the meeting to a close. A garden party has been arranged and will be held at the home of Mrs Lewis, 11 William street, on Saturday, September 30. Attractive stalls and all sortt of 'amusements, with Devon shire tea or waffles as refreshments.
THE SILVER SCREEN NEW MENTONE AND PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
THE SILVER SCREEN e---- NEW, IMENTONE AND PARAAMOUNT. MORDIALIOC .' On Saturday and Monday Gary Coo per and. Merle Oberoxi are starred in The Cowboy and The Lady (not suit able for general exhibition).: She a spoiled daughter of the rich who de fled the world to follow the call of her heart; he a bronzed son of the iprairie, unable to speak thfe words that surged within him. How could their happi ness lie together? On the same pro gramme, is Robert Taylor and Mau reen O'Sullivan in The Crowd Roarm (not suitable for general exhibition). He fought his way from the back al leys of life to the arms of ai Park Avenue beauty. Here is a Taylor every woman will love and.every man root for. On Tuesday and Wednesday Fran chot Tone and Franciska Gaal will be seen In' The Girl Downstairs (for general exhibition). 'The romancel of a man about town and a girl about pArfecO society cuts no ice when a gay young blade falls in love with the hired girl. On the same programme is James Gleeson and Luci...
THE STANDARD GOES SHOPPING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
THE STANDARD GOES SHOPPING -0- (By "Seemore.") Our representative on his travels yesterday, called in to see Mr. Spark who has recently acquired the drapery establishment lately con ducted by Mr. V. H. Tierney. Mr. Spark, who was with Solomen's, of Geeling, for 2.1, years, has come to Frankston with modern business ideas, is a specialist in window fur nishings and will call and inspect your windows and quote you for the lastest styles and designs in cur tains and blinds and thus relieve you of all worry in this respect. Coupled with this is the guarantee that the job will be executed by an expert. High-clas drapery and mer'cery for all the family at prices which com pare more than-favorably with the city, were also noticed by our repre sentative, as well as appropriate gifts for Fathers' Day. Defore leav ing this establishment, Seemore was introduced to Mr. Spark's talking budgerigar. Seemore was inclined to be incre dulous until this quaint bird really started to talk. It is probab...
THE CURSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
THE CURSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT To Mr ......... .......M.H.R. ............. .......... .M.L.A. .....................Senator Parliament House, "Canberra,' Melbourne. (Strike out lines inapplicable) As an elector represented by you in Parliament, it is my desire that steps be taken immediately to provide full time work for the unemployed on jobs of a national or public character, and that sustenance must be abolished, and furthermore the pledging of the nation's credit or taxation of incomes to carry out these instructions is not desirable. Failure by you to' give effect to these instructions will leave me no alternative but to vote against you when the opportunity arises. Yours faithfully, ............;o . o..... .....
WATTLE PALAIS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
WATTLE PALAIS Inclement weather failed to dampen the enthusiasm of the large number of Peninsula folk who dance weekly at the WVWattle Palais. The winners of the fifth heat of the fox-trot competi tion were Mr K. Pearson-Miss B. Pearson, Mr Evans-Miss Edna Loan; Monte Carlo (fifth heat), Mr Lister Miss Nell Musselioti, Mr J. Kane-Miss Kennyson. The orchestra will shortly be brought up to the standard of a really first-class orchestra by the inclusion of two members from Leggetts, of Melbourne. The new palais orchestra will feature all the current dances, be sides the well-known old-time) num bers. Lessons will be conducted from 7 to 8 p.m. each Saturday at the Palais by Melbourne instructors. The fee of 2/2 includes lessons from 7 to 8 and danc ing from 8 to 12.
DANCING MECHANICS' HALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
DANCING -e MECHANICS' HALL The opening dance conducted by the Scouts' Auxiliary at the Mechanics' Flall proved a great success. The com mittee appreciates very much the splendid support of their patrons. The specially prepared floor was in perfect condition, and was spoken of with enthusiasm by the dancers.. The last heat of the Parnma Waltz competition will be held on Saturday, and the grand final the following week (Sep tember. 9). Competition winners were:--Parma waltz, Mr Neil Tucker-Mrs R. Riley, Mr C. Thornell-Miss B. Prewitt, Mr R. Coxshell-Miss R. Brown, Mr W. Rich ards-Miss 0. Richards; Monte Carlo, Mr Thompson-Miss McTavish; lucky partner, Mr McIntyre-Mrs Lane.
PARISH BALL AT HASTINGS A GRAND SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 September 1939
PARISH BALL AT HASTINGS -. A GRAND SHOW THE Roman Catholic Parish Ball at Hastings was the successful out come of sterling organising and co operation by the organisers. Punc tually at 8.30 the Hollywood Rhythm Band swung into its music and the early dancers took the floor which filled and filled as the night went .on and remained so right up to the last minute. SThe large attendance must have been a very pleasant sight for Father Fitzratrick and his workers, for it is Father Fitzpatrick's ambition to get a new church at Hastings, and also he has been firmly of the opinion that a Ball such as this one, in aid of the .funds would go big at Hastings, and again he was correct, for it was marvellous. The wlfole show went with a swing from start to finish, and the splendid work oP the ladies' com committee with the assistance of the many folk, was responsible for the dazzling success of the show which at tracted both onlookers and dancers from all parts of the Peninsula and elsewhere. Of...