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SAUNDERS—LETHLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
S,, 8AUNDER -LETHLEAN. The?!,iarria'ge:of. 311i?. Tell:e Lath laYto t Mir .Frank-. aunders'?Was- very quietly.?'celobrated 'at : the Methodist 'Chtirch; Benalla; on- Satutrday after nioon lakt. The bride who. was un attended; was given away; b?:her brothei.' She worei a frock of pink self spot satin; and carried a botquet of -pink cactus, dahllias. Her -short picnk tulle veil was cauiyit to her head with a? nnarrow pink halo. '
C.W.A. YOUNGER SET Miss L. Hill Appointed Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
C:.W.A. YOUNGER -SET Miss L. Hill- Appointed Secretary. TI . firt meeting of the C.W.A. Younger j Set. for the year Wnla helt on ]\londray evening last, when there was " a good attendance of. members present. The president. Mins Joyce Jackson, was In the chair. The.. main business of the meeting was appointing n secretary fallowing the resignation of Mien V. Drummond. HMies Laura Hill was eventually"i appointed to the polition, with Missa'wen Stolz as (lance' soc retary.. A.number of matters occu pled the attention- of member fior nomo houlrsa and arrangements weore finallsed for the holding of danp?O !n" i few ,weank
BENALLA'S NEW AERO-DROME AERIAL DISPLAY FOR OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
BENALLA'S` NEW.. AERO AERIAL DISPLAY FOR OPENING. AT a meeting of tle loonalla branch of the Diggers, Cr. H. HI. Wallace sald thitt an aerial display lhad ,been suggested 12. months "ago, but when the: Defence authorities decided to 'establish a drono at Iienalla, the matter was held -oler. , lie had been in touch with the authorities with regard to the oliclial openling of the ground. An a result of 'ils visit the Clvil Aviation Depalrtment and the Defence authlorites would co-operate. lie got in touch with the Shire presi dent Lwhio tigniflied his Intention of co-operating. 'The groullnd hald been pasned by tile authorities, but lie had been advised to delay tile disptly. until the lighting syiiltem wa Illn. The departlment woull he .behind tie movement. On tile motion of lMese's l . T. DBrotwin-hnd 11. :HoIsaeic, it 'wns do cided' to alpprovo ofi the proposal and thaLt -arrangements beto. left in the handse of .the committee. ' .ANZAC DAY:SPORTS.' .A discusnlon, followed an to wh...
WEDDINGS MERTZ—STEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
. WEDDINGS MERTZ-STEVENS. THE. wedding was celebrated at St. Jo :Jdeph's.Church, Benalla, on 8at .urday last, of Miss Pat Btevens ans Mr. .Henry Mertz. ' The bride .ei ;the: only daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. Stevens of Byrne Street, Benalla, and t rth bridegroom is the yourlgest son of the late Mr and Mri H. Mertz of Pine Lodge Estate Moulamoln, N.S.W. The bride, 'who was given away by her father, wore a gown of magnolia satin. The cowl neckline was caught with gold flowers, and the skirt with a panel in 'front' fell into a long train. Magnolia tulle" formed the 'very. long veil', which she wore over her face entering the 'church. It was caught to her head' with a coronet of orange blossom. She' carried "a .bouquet of white lilies. Her :bridesmaids-Mhis" Betty Skehan and.. Miss May 'Hey: wood, were froclked alike in green not Itedingotes !mounted ' on green "lace. TLittle: grcen Jullette caps 'adorned their ! heads," and they. carried bou quets of red roses and cactus dahlias.. r :.Go...
SIX SONG HITS IN NEW FILM [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
SIX SONG HITS.: IN NEW FILM · ; Vj ARRN :and Dubin and. lerore song-writllqg teams,' composed l?i numbers :for 'Melody For? Twoio" !he neow muical oxtravaganrca feliati TJames. felton and ;.Patricia. Elils, which ?coines to' the?lonalla Talkihs on Saturday and Monday nights. The themeeong. "Melody, For' Two . nd. ?septenbobr in the 'Rain."' both hal lads,":?ro: compoaed by lIarry?~War-' ren and'A AiDubln 'for, iMelton't.1 sln? in--the -picture which LTouis Kinga: |directing-. Tho team'- of: l T;.-. numnbers;' for Winifred .,,.Shiwc :and Patrlcia,;fLlls to. i7ntoduco, k'M?.snt `Shaw sihngs ;,.Tioo" O'Neilll, hie .Cua?l. Heel,' a swing rhumb; ."Darnge rnl 'Rhythm,"' a rhythm- novelty,¥: and "An Excuse for' Dancing, a-i .awing song. .Miss Ellis, In addition. to ' "An Excuse .for Dancing" sing," "A ??i'nt in aMnnhattan," a rhythm. bIladt: The: Warner.music department:, hnm der the" direction o .Leo ' t? Kor?"' composed atmosphere a muslic for several' drnace ?'? 'numh?rs whiChi Ruby Con...
BENALLA AMBULANCE ANNUAL MEETING. CR. BIESKE RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
.BENALLA AMBULANCE' 'r. : ' ANNUAL' MEETING. CR. ,IESKE RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. ' r i ICER :'was only a fair attendance at the annual meeting of the Ben .,;alia Ambulance, which was: held at' ,,'.:Orlbble's Cafe on Tuesday. ev'Ienng "' last. Cr. E. W. Bleskoe, the president, W as in, the chair, and of the nineteent organisations who 'originally joined to support this very excellent organisa tlion, the following representatives at 'tended:-Mrs O. T. Say (R.S.S.IL.A' Ladies' Auxiliary);' Mss .Joyce Jackk son (C.W.A. Younger Set), Mnessrs J. C?ope r .(Agrlqulturgal .Soi ty), Lucas (AN.A.), E. T:' Brown ,(M1fae' onic Lodge), `J: Sorpell (I0(dOR) S.: y 'enson (Rnailwiays;, and P; uclany The seretary, Mrs E. T. 'Brown; also at-' tended ;Apologies 'were received from .Messra Turner, Coo' r a'- ? Ellis. T'he mlnutes of ;the prevlo usmeet ' ing were read and' confirined, : ORRESPONDENCE. :A? letter was ' received :: from the .;NA. ipointing out' that.-Mr" Lucas would continue to represent that...
REGULATIONS FOR DAIRY SUPERVISION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
REGULATIONS tFOR DAIRY SUPERVISION tJlE arttention .of Edalry farmers' I drawn to?a , recent ,addition, to lexitini; rpglations,: and .also on several; ,longer standing, wheii the Dipairtimnt of, Agriculture, ha .con sidqred. neeslury H tio enforce, ;.:When it can, he plrved thathet, tor mthletods andi mnoref sanitary equipment . and' preminseomt ke. fol. better prices ianid create '.a. hltter demaund for Aurstrit lan- butter overseas, ;?e pirogressive. dailry ,fii= n i:iershoilid not ho slow in' asslstlng.,thit improvement. - ,Tlina Victorian ttr 1is on the up grade as regairds allt3 is shows by tled: percentagC bf ' hol e" ,b liutter, shipped,itbleing now in theo vicinity of ,70per- cent. as compared with 38 per, ,cent :somen years ago .:That;,'this lmplrovemgnt is-dile in some measure,, to improved manufacturing. methods' is not: deniled, butlt'is also plartlyilueo' ,to, a; gehneral, Improvement'. in }tho?; jIalityvoPfo ? theO. raV' m aterial slIppied ' to the :factoriies. ;' Alt...
BENALLA BOWLING CLUB KEEN INTEREST IN CLUB ACTIVITIES SATURDAY'S TROPHY WON BYC. LORD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
S ,BENALLA BOWLING CLUB: ,·KEEN INTEREST IN::CLUB ACTIVITIES A? URDAY' , TROPHY. WON BY C. LORD. . on satYda a competition tuw played for. a trophy presented by5 rir "W'.'Westacott ThIs wan coifinedto I'the,'neiv :pla'edrs anid' cre'i.ated 'great deal: of enthusi?hiinr'I Tlhe +a, p jva singles andiiasoe evdntiualliy won ny CO. Lord 'vwho d6feated A. NF. Cossley in ;the final. 'All player were very keen" aid: some very good' bowling wes =witneRed. x Afteri the 1first two roundsi were played ia arlnkls'i Ccompeltitlon "for 32, players'iwansi holdc and i :'the wilnn ors, weroe ?VWller's rli; k r" wbhd' ttleod 'vlth Collins" rink and wvon the play- offl _ BENALLA PLAYERS VISIT ,r - , i : w A N G A R A T T A . ; _ s i: w ;'At, tA? invitation of.the AWangaratta club six., rinks from ,Boeni allua elted 'IVangarattau ona Tuesday evenIng san layed that. club: `;A twerm weltome iwas 'received,' ,and .and avery, hepl1y° 'eveningl?;iwas' spent;, . The:;,' gregn' presented , inanimated appearanc...
BENALLA LAWN TENNIS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
BENALLA= - LAWN;TENNIS `' CLUBý °CHAMPIONSHIP .MATCHES:: ATCHES in ,the clubi chinplon ship 'of the Benaolln Lawn Tennis Club, which hao ien'; played to dato are as follow:,- I. SFirst Round.- tFerusoni ed Stol) 610,'6 6-2, McNical 'd;; Stevenson, 8=6; 6-8;: Thomnasa d Crawiv ord, 6d-2, 0-4' Carthewd. Cunrnming,+q7-5, 6-4;.'Burns d.iLediger 4-06, 462, 6=4~ Heywood d, ,Mackay, 6-2;,.7-;-;,Ro d Oliver, 6-2, 3-6,:0-0' Beer: d. Dixon~6r3, 6 3 2 s: i LaI;disý .-'a i;.;.I irst' Round,-Mrs Whytiaw d. Mide M. Girnivan, wailk i' ver;" Miss I' Brownt d. Mr CartheW6-4,, 60. 6 Mrs BMaklian d. MlsCarter,6 2, 6 "Mixss; A r=Brown _d; Miss L:, GlOilrtaun 6-ý; ,6-0;. Mlekiss.Pi Colder ,Miss Brown 62a -;6 1; Missn E.HMnedows d5 Msla C. lnniva, wnal;over, Second ._,Roend. Mrs, -;Ferguson' d. Mrs :Whytiawwalk overs e Miss Hack slao ld; 'Sii EM . BBrown;' 6-0, .7-6:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
AND YOU , SHOULD TAKE fr S ADVANTAGE OF IT K42/1:.- Brown Calf Tie Shoe, moccasin 'style vamp. 'New · roll tongue . A McKay welte ' UTUMN fashions this year are changed consid S port heels ? erably. There are too many new styles to illustrate but the, few shown and picked at random from th't new ringes, give a slight indication of the fashion trends for eary thirty eight. The prices of these `' N54/4.-Biack.: ::"i a. e advance models are, as usual, in keeping. with ou': Suede" C'our t : S h o e,-.:w it h: low price policy, and the value is even greater than black,, pate.n t :'. overlays, ::I d e ever. These lines are going to be very popular, so: : button.. effect, .Spike: Heels. to avoid disappointment we earnestly advise 'you not to delay the visit, but call on us today . K42/7.--row Calf Tie Shoe, .* D63/4.-Black Glace Kid, Twin: ' :, J63/5.-Black Gloce Kid Tie Shoe `.:J laced:;ove'rlays, round quarters. Self. lcap sport heels. McKay Fronted Buckle Bar, Pumnp Sole:. Neat Overlay ...
EMPIRE GAMES CYCLISTS TO COMPETE AT BENALLA ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS. LARGE ENTRIES RECEIVED. RECORD SPORTS MEETING ANTICIPATED GIFT WINNERS TO COMPETE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
EPIREi GAMES CYCUSTS TO COMPETE AT BENALLA ST. PATRICI'S SPORTS. LARGE ENTRIES RECEIVED. RECOBAD SPORTS MEETING 'l . -' ANTICIPATED GIFT WINNERS TO COMPETE. The annual sports meeting of the St. Patrick's Glub to be held on Saturday, 19th March, prom iase to be the best meeting ever held in Benalla. Entries are com ing in well -and up till mid-day on Thursday over .150 for the various events had been received. The pubic of Banalla have a treat in store for them In' the presence of the Victorian riders. who so' successfully, represented Aus tralia at the Empire Games held In Sydney aashort time ago.' * These lads are, the best that IAus tralia' can produce and. are capable of fast times under any condltlons.' T; Johnson and.C. .Whelelr also . repre seted Australia. at , the .;: Olymile Games held ,n Berlln'in' 1936.'i . In the professional 'cycling,: 'on thuslants will also have an opportun Ity of seeing these famous aces from South . Australla-Kith, Thurgo6od (considered by many to. ...
OWNERSHIP DETERMINED BY COURT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
OWNERSHIP ,DETERMINED BY COURT AT the Benalla court yesterday,' be fore Messrs D. Addleon P.M., J. Serpell and H. Payne J'.P.,; R. Hod der, E. Nelson and W. J. Moran ap plied to the court to determine the ownership of £11/11/3S an dtwo pairs, of shoes. First-Constable Healey gave evi dence that on 4th .January, he arres ted John Keith Rodgers ' on three charges of false pretences by means of valueless cheques.' In his posses sion he found £11/11/3i, and two pairs of shoes. He took .possession of the property. Rodgers told him that he got the money from cheques he had cashed at two shoe stores and the hotel near the station. The offender had since been convicted of the three charges. He had received the claims (produced) from 'the three applicants. Roy Hodder gove evidence that he cashed a cheque for Rodgers for £5 and had given him £4/3/8 change and one pair of shoes.a Roy Hodder gave evidence that he gave him £4/1/3 in change and a pair of shoes. William Morin deposed. that :he cas...
[?] ON THE PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
S0 THE PLAY. r.; ports that: Satrie seoms to be ith?' l' side. Srgeant may beloo. ity 5 the field, his feet a Of work:' ist appeared to be a by return from .Ted ear to be some sort o o f g on from the tn dainty footwork on li fotching. in was rumored to have n rp!ose. h'i fielding would im e1 only tiy, at pDDeared to be gott tsacan he led the
LOCAL CRICKET POLICE POSTALS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
CRICKET O POSTALS. r to ously undefeated mtielt deti truggls at on odafy. Both sides rong and. entered into gri termined to lower nent's won toss and batted. re- strife, losing- the 1 - Cromb. and .:olk boil rom Roberts and onned he only, batomen out: Kilpatrick' 24,- and? olts of tho'Pollce rg'id Harry-bowled. t ut small` success. al's' go closed for :the. total 5 cilce, dashing.: batting. nedl thor and son, Rob-. John passed this: scoreo ,yde hostile bowling fiel and ran out win k :P Office. f'' h .b e dy 1 4o o i .o..... :... b r?my ..;i ? 11 0 =R"; seedy- 1'f , 10, W or Cahill 2 for 24l for 2, rly' 1 ftor 9,r dy for 6, ;-EtohesV 2 rn -0: for -, .0; m Volk .. ok r iO o .: ' e 0fo 04, roes0 or2,* fr1inn .18.
SPEED COURSING GOOD MEETING ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
SPEED COURSING GooD MEETING ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT.. - JUDOING from the good attendance on Wednesday evening tlat, the interest In night coursing Is being maintained. -The meeting was very successful from every stanidpoint, and the various oficlials carried out their duties in a very capable and; emclent manner. The preilt from the previous I Wednesday was £17/15/, and it is ex pected that- a similar, profit will re suit from Wednesday's meeting. THE RACING. The first race, the Benalla Stake, in which there were eight dogs, was a closely contested one. Nartchelmah led the field all the way with Bun gana second and Linda Boyd third, as they -came Into the straight Linda Boyd, owned by Mr Norman Clarke, came up from the outside to win by half a length.. with half.a length be tween second and third. The field caught the pacemaker in the second race and a short distance from home the field was .bunched with Gay Shella on the rails. She managed to win by a neck from High lights, with Peter G...
VICTORIAN TEACHERS' UNION BENALLA BRANCH HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
SVICTORIAN a- TEACHERS' UNION BENACLA BRANCH HOLDS l..: ; ANNUAL MEETING..:L :. T the annual meeting of tho:e 1 .nlln branch of the Vlctortln Rtnt. ochnol Teachers' Union held. odn .Bt ,urday, ·6th .February,,' ; the : :following were elected ofice-hearers for the.oen suing - yonr:-Prcsldent;, Mr 'L., CGarson (Highl School):; .vlcoiresdl dents, Mesars L. lRya: ( eyenish) and, P. Oullon, (lcnalla Easft) Mrs Fnh' ,wlck (Emu )3ridgeO);,ý,hone secretory and treasurer.. Mr ;0 rWhite (High BSchool): social hon ~secrOtary;, Mr *P. Cullen (Bonalla E, st): - committee, Misses. rD McOarvin' (Benall. EFat), and M. Ivleon, (High; Schiool),.Mossrs A haG. lBerry.'(UnP ?.e o ? r'y? ? Creek),d R J.Pheolan. (hroken'? ,Creole),' ;and: 3r Omioandy (Hig h School ý' :-'·; ·'i: · ·