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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

BIRTHDAYS. Oct. 5: Inez Gray, Mentone. Oct. 13: Denise Hodgson,   Frankston. Judith Aston, Mentone. Oct. 14: Denise Murphy,   Elsternwick. Barbara Thompson, Parkdale.   Oct. 15: Irma Thomas,   Mordialloc. Antoinette Ryan, Mentone.   Oct. 19: Harold Sincock, Mentone.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

DAWSON (nee tober 5th, munity Hospital George, a Jean. (Both ENGAGEMENT CAMPBELL—   gagement is Melba, 0nly and Mrs.   nald Francis Mr. and Mrs. Road, Glen MILLARD—LAMBERT   gagement is eldest daughter   A. C. Millard Ron, only G. Lambert SAWLEY.—On   Community ston, Samuel band of the ley, loving (Mrs. Cooper),

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

IN MEMORIAM MILLER.--In loving memory of James F. Miller, died Heidel- berg M. Hospital, 16/10/48, loving husband of Dorothy, dear Dad of Peter and Billy;   dearly loved son-in-law of   Mrs. L. Taylor, Alma Hospi- tal, East St. Kilda. Sadly missed.  

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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FOUNDERS OF HOUSEWIVES AND BABY HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

FOUNDERS OF HOUSEWIVES AND BABY HEALTH     Mrs. Amy Polglase, Young St., Frankston, was joint founder   (with Miss Agnes McComb) of   the Frankston Housewives As- sociation. Miss McComb was elected first secretary of the As- sociation, a position she filled for many years. Mrs. Folglase was the prime mover for a Baby Health Centre in Frankston. Miss Agnes Mc-.   Comb became first secretary for the Centre, and travelled round the district to secure members and organise the movement.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

TE STAN - Oay, October 20, 1949.-PAGE 11. S H . L PRESENTS 2 bnIi jeweomers A General Motoi' Product Vauxhall, sales leader among 60-65 m.p.h. and gives a good British cars in Australia for 14 35 m.p.g. at 30 m.p.h.--light years past, brings you the finest car figures with really "big car" range of new models ever ofierd roadability. - at prices to save you money. Velox and Wyvern are each The 18 h.p, 6-cyl. Vauxhall available with English-built VELOX is entirely new - a saloon bodies .. Australian' true top-gea'r performer, with Turret-Top Bodies by Holden easy cruising speed of 60 m.p.h. .. and Caleche Tourer bodies. oand top speed of 75 m.p.h. Built for immense mileages. Gives 28m.p.g. at 30 m.p.h. Backed by the finest coast-to The new 12 h.p., 4-cyl. Vauxhall coast service. WYVERN enmbodies outstand- We have all details of the. new ing mechanical refinements, models, the G.M.A.C. confiden Almost. identical in appearance tiial payment plan and the made to the.Velox it has a' top ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

SRITCHIES OF FRANKSTON LICENSED GROCERS Special O#er! Stoned Dates 1; /3d. lb. Buy Now for Christmas Cooking No need to buy new tounge Suiter or Our proved modern deaning process ..on the spot in your own horme restores your furnishings like new. ;, tL 1001E s CARPET CLEANINGl lt.S ER RI VICE , IIE a? re 0///1 2i6 .SU RKE RD. Ill II El PRATT'S' lIELRAY STORE: 9 . WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS SECURE YOUR PRESEINTS NOW WHILE VARIETY AND PRICE IS GOOD LAY-BY FOR 'YOUR CQNVENIENCE: PHONE 22 - OPPOSITE STATIOIN - , ý-" l . .. . SANTONS N PHARMACY S BAY STREET,

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BIRTHDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

BIRTHDA YS. , Obct 21 c Veronica .Sutherland, : ::Mordialoc. Octl 23: 'Kevin: Tudor, Paarkdale. Oct, P4 Normani Cox, Frankston.:

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HONOUR CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

K : IONOURt CARDS. -Hbnouir .Cards awarded to: .Fred Wniune'sley, Berice Jewell, `FEyd1Wilsoii, Peters Rouser .Shir.. ley2 Heiorn, ; VaIda Dixon, David :;~flrCL.;~';; ·~;fIG··

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FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP (By "Stargazer") Last week I mentioned that an Irish drama, "'"he Crime of Mar garet Foley,". was the Group's choice for its final season for this year, which takes place on De cember 1, 2 and 3. The play opens in the hushed, calm atmosphere of The Confes sidnal in a Dublin Church, where a woman confesses her sins to a kindly old priest; it ends in a cheerless room,' where this same woman, once so house-proud, now. looks as neglected as her surroundings, and hears herself charged with ' what? What was Margaret Foley's crime? . Tellingly, the playwrights have woves a moving story around nine people :who live in a small lrish village - Ballydreen. There are the Foleys,' monied. folk, who live comfortably and well at .Dunnycliff House, adored by their servants; particularly Dinny, and beloved by the villagers; Father Noonhan and Dr. Crow ley,, who are ever welcome visi tors, and yoing Kevin Ormond, who -has returned to his parents' rectory after living some year...

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VALUABLE HARNESS STOLEN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

VALUABLE HAIT.NESS STOTLEN -Trotting:= andi ,jilnker harness, valued at £25;-:was stolen from a storeroom attached to the milk li g-. shed "at~ttlie farm of Mrs. -Violet'=: Barnes,. Hastings Road. Somerville: between Sunday and 1Monday o" thlis week. Franlcston detectives area investigating.

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The Standard Home magazine [?]DIO REVIEW [?] SOMEONE HAS HIT [?] JACKPOT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

.Jt~ate. 31JL, SOMEONE HAS HIT JACKPOT amily Quiz" jackpot has been won. at a boon to the family who 'collected it, relief to both the sponsor and KZ,' ently decided to part with' it. might take for the dis Hasn't this IKZ for eight t they would away? And that? persisting with uestions had four figures. r-opinion, as, this and simi the question uiz suicide. this column, ke had taken t it wouldn't big prize went y assumption jackpot ques more simple in the earlier d out, I se ly than did the Caulfield t many of us swinging that k account of Good luck to, to the Boyds' vigor into an which had 'lost bother with on the big On two occasions early in the programme Banks warned listen ers that he was sure the jackpot was "going to be won that night." The naughty compere. He's been reading that .Piddington :book. again! . " " Then there was Ma Boyd. She was the match-winner, yet not one newspaper gave 'her the credit. Let me make amends, Ma. Your answer in the invalid pen sion question gave...

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NEW MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

NEWS ,MEMBERS. Geoffirey "?Womrslcy, Franks ton.' B?' rb-ara Jordan, Parkdale. Peter ?.Rotised ; Frankston. , : 'Barry Deiniian, East Brighton.

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"UNION JAC[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

"UNION J The: fort Frankston (British b the MechaniO day. In spiteo an attendance ed. Songs and ed by those feature of the demonstratOfl I ing by ti hers. Unfortunaltd the most active Club were ua `dueto sickos was the POPr 1I E. Biekjr. hoped that oh be* better, ad ture on Fill) ·CW.A; Os -is hoped will isr evenb2 October 2

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MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

e . MAILBAG. Dear Ruth.-Thank. you for my membership 'card' We left Macor na and travelled 'via .Echuca to Shepparton. We are staying. here now. Last <Saturday .we went a nice trip to :Dookie, and on Sun day we visited friends ,for: tea, There is a magpie building -in' a. tree near our door;, ,and: it swoops at us., Daddy.says::itwill soon take, the .babies: away" to: fly and. then we will be safe. ;:.The weather is lovely and sunny here. I will close now..with'love. -Mollie Sullivan, Shepparton:. Dear Ruth, - Thank you for my birthday card and my Honour Card. I have two Hbnour,.Cards now. I have a pet hen; she lays one egg a day. - Well,, that's all four now. - Yours: sincerely,. Roger John Baird,: 23 White::St., Mordialloc, S.12. Dear. Ruth.-The solution:.is en-' closed with this short note:. To night we put our lien on eggs: In three weeks' time we "hope to get- 13 chickens. My-, Aunty. is getting me a little ':Persian- kit ten. Hasn't the weather been ter rible lately...

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LIBERAL & CO[?] FORMS BRANC[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

LIBERAL & FORMS BRAS Cr. K. Webb, ate Committee sided at a we held i. Hastion on M nday, lB a branch of, Country Party. I.t.-Col. R. S. W. H. Iredale, tor. The. a resolytion m Gaskin ;and' B.: Joholrton. Following beareres:i penter (Shire 1 preridents, .MrI IIr. J. S. L. H B. C. Morris; E. B.' Johnston; J. C. Suthedand J. Sutherland, Gaskin, L. Wa J. Morris (with Cr. K. Ca J. Morris were gates to State four delegates Electorate Co. dames Morris and Messrs. G' (Authorsed b Campaign I

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SCOUT NEWS 1st FRANKSTON SCOUT CRAFT EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

SCOUT 'NEWS 1st FRANKSTON SCOUT;: CRAFT EXHIBITION SAll- members of the Group are biusily engaged putting the final touch tb" their. exhibits for the. Scout Craft :Exhibition which is being held on October 22 in the Scout Hall. The function is to be opened at 2. p.m.. by Coun'ty Corn missiofier Ruddock. ...A charge of one shilling will be made for admission, and pro ceeds, are in aid of Group funds. Children: under, 14 years of *age will ;be' admitted at half-price. .-JIn. the adjagbnt grounds, a 'model camp .will' be erected, and the Rover Crew has arranged for a display 'of hiking equipment. All parents and members of the general' public, are invited to see what -promises to, be a great dis play. " Presentation of : BOoks. Mr... W. Cole',has presented to the Group three souvenir copies of 'the 1920,' .1924, 'and 1929. World Jamborees. These books are beau tifully printed,, and are wonder ful reminders of these great gath ,erings.of the yoiith of the world. .The'" whole: Group sinc...

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WEDDING[?] WATKIN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

ratonl, wast Street,ty The bride by her fatE by her sister, bouquet of ,! valley and s: e atten sisters-Mrs, of honor), a Davis (bridl anece, Carol Mrs. Redmond nahitve lace o?n bridesmaid in satin. Both a?? boquets of g fowaer-girlsley and gandTe wastte ing bonnet a was bestai Watkins Casl Rev. RA. J.d reception was i dence of the bride's mother series with hi dress, and i mother wore with her bir d On leavwgf& the honeymoon! bride wasorea a'red coat, and After the youn their homels

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SEAFORD LIFE SAVERS' BALL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

s8: 4ORD IFwl SAVERS' BALL :Great activity. surrounds ar rangements ;for' the Seaford Life Saving Club Annual Ball, to be held on F.riday, October 28. There will. be many .novel:.fe- tures, including' the special ai pearance of .ric.and Kath Ander Samba dance :

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SEAFORD SWAMP ENGINEER TO INVESTIGATE PUMPING PLAN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

SEAFORDI` SWAMP ENGINEER TO INVESTIGATE PUMPING PLAN Cr.: Reardon -asked, at Friday's Council meeting, whether the pumping methodsadopted recently! to 'reduce. swamps at the rear of Chelsea municipality (in the Shire ":, of :Dandenong) could be applied'to the swalhps at the rear of.Seaford: -'": The 'Engineer :said he saw no reason why?it could not be ap plied at.Seafo6rd, and he was in structed:,to.'report on the matter at the next' Coiuncil meeting. 'Cr. 'Klauer: said the proposed pumping was a' very expensive affair. rThe watericould be pump ed. out : alright; but the swamp would: fill up again after every heavy..ra in .

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"QUEEN FOR A DAY" SUPPORTS BRITISH MEMORIAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949

"QUEEN FOR A DAY" SUP PORTS -BRITISH MEMORIAL FUND Severai. of, Melbourne's .well= knowin hostesses will-compete in a table-setting display to be held in the . Myer --Mural Hall for .ten -daysi from Monday, October 24, when -it will be' officially o'pened by- Mrs. Evelyn Mortensen, America's "Queen for a Day," at 3: p.m. The: winning table will be judged._on. public votes at 6d each. Proceeds will aid the British Memorial Fund.- - -iostesses taking part in the contest ,are Lady: Knox, Mrs. R. G., Casey, ;Mrs. Walter Killough, Mrs:. Wallace Mitchell,, Mrs,. Sam Wood :Mrs .Geoffrey: Smith,. Mrs. David Wang, and Mrs. Paddy Carter:;.: :.? :.. . . The, display:. is being run. in conjunction -_with . daily manne -quin parades' of thed: lothes in. the presentition, wardrobe of Amer ida's. "fQueen for 'a Day." Tickets for the -parades and for a. Cafe :Chantant, ,which is being arranged by Mrs. Frank Taitand Mr'. Anthong:,Strange"0to be held in the Myeri Mural Hall on Fri day, October 28, to...

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