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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
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Epping FOOTBALL EUCHRE AND DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
Epping * FOOTBALL EUCHRE AND DANCE A very enjoyable and successful dance and euchre party was held at the Shire Hall, Epping, on Saturday night in aid of the Epping Football Club. Despite the rain there was a very satisfactory attendance. Mr. W. Millard won the prize for the cards. A competition with cigar ettes and a pair of stockings as prizes was won by Keith I-Iarriso4 who re donated the stockings to be sold at Dutch auction where they realised 10/.
Greensborough DEATH OF MRS. MAY DAYMOND [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
Greensborough DEATH OF MRS. MAY DAYMOND The death of Mrs. May Daymond in a private hospital at Balwyn last Friday came as a severe shock both to her. relatives and to her many friends in' the Greensborough district where she had been a well known figure for many years. Mrs. Daymond was born in Glasgow and came to Australia at the age of 18 years, settling in Western Aus tralia where she married" Mr. I. L. Mason and where her three children were born. After Mr. Mason enlisted in 1916. Mrs. Daymond came to live in Mel bourne and was a prominent worker for the Red Cross during the remain ing years of the last war. Mr. Mason was killed in action in 1917. In 1925 Mrs. Daymond married ner second husband .who died only nine months ago. o, It" is 15.?yeairs Since' Mis. Dlaymond came to live in the Greensborough dis trict, setting up: home at Happy Hol low. In 1934 she left for South Africa with her husband, but after 12 months they returned to live 'at Happy Hollow. : Mrs.. Daymond, who was...
Panton Hill Association WHITTLESEA OVERWHELMS PLENTY ROVERS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
Panton Hill Association WHITTLESEA OVERWHELMS PLENTY ROVERS The. surprise of the Panton Hill Association matches on Saturday was the overthrow of Plenty Roveis by Whittlesen. Few' details of the play are avail able, but it appears that until half time there was little to choose be tween the teams, and the scores were even at that stage at 3 goals 1 behind Numerous attempts were made at scoring by both sides, but in each case the 'defence line was more than a match for the opposing forwards. However, at the half time interval a match winning change was made in the WhittlpeaQ.:team ~when Don Fun ston, who had been playing in the centre, was transferred to the for ward line. The result was nine goals straight from that player alone, and his.kicking seemed to inspire his team, for they kept him supplied. The final scores were: WHITTLESEA 14 goals 1 behind PLENTY ROVERS 7 goals 3 be hinds.
RED CROSS ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
RED CROSS A]CTIVITIES The meeting of the Grediisborough Red Cross at the '?Masonic Hall on Wednesday was opened with a very simple yet impressive ceremony when the members began by singing the National Anthem and then spent a short period in silent prayer. Members continue to hand in num bers of knitted and flannel goods, and during the afternoon an amount of 16/1, being the proceeds of a card afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rolls was handed over. An amount of £11/13/- was raised by a house party afttie h6me' of Mr. and Mrs. Watson at iVatsonia recently in aid of the Red Cross and Comforts Funds. This was a most enjoyable function at. which more than 70 people were present. Prizes were won as follows: - Echre, Miss Flynn and Mr. Lyons; Chinese. Checkers, Miss Nancy Small and Mrs. j ircheirt; Pin Ball,. Miss Shirley Hanbrow. The 17th Guard won a crystal bowl and a bag of flour. On Tuesday afternoon a party of 24 convalescent soldiers and six lady transport drivers from Stonnington were...
WORKING BEES AT SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
WORKING BEES AT SCHOOL Two working bees took place at the school last Saturday, one conducted by the School Committee and the other by the Buish Fire Brigade. During the afternoon the playground was scooped and levelled by the 'School Committee, while members of the Fire Brigade erected stands for the new water tanks inrprepara tion for the coming season. Ladies of. the committee and other helpers provided an enjoyable after noon tea, an~d those who had attend ed were thanked by Mr. D. Shanhun, who is president of both organisa tions.
FAREWELL COMMITTEE? [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
FAREWELL COMMITTEE? There is a possibility in the very near future of a committee of public minded citizens being formed to ar range farewells on ,behalf of volun teers from the Greensborough district who are leaving to serve overseas. Such a committee is necessary in the district, to ensure that all the boys going away are given a suit. able opportunity of saying goodbye to their many friends in the district.
Panton Hill FOOTBALL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
Panton Hill .FOOTBALL DANCE The Social Comnmittee of the Pan ton Hill Football Club has been satis fled to the present witlh"the response to their endeavours to raise 'funds on behalf of the clubi and last Sat urday , another successful:.dance and card evening ivas.` held at uthe Panhton Hill hall. With Mr. 'S., Graham as M.C. tihe dancing went ~ ith a swing from the start and 'all ad a .'thoroughly ' en joyable evenin- Durilng the evening a cake which lad been niade and decorated by Mrs. J:. Wilson, was dis posed of and became the property of Mrs. Conway. In the card room, bridge was'ilayeb and the winners were' Mr. S. Cmack nell and Miss M. Howard. Procedes of ,the evening were about £2.
ELTHAM CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
ELTHAM CLUB NOTES The comn;ittee., was very pleased with the way",:their team defeated Montmorency' last week. Honors of the week should go to W. Squires, who, although injured, came along and played, and was one of the best players. The trainers gave good ser vice by helping to keep the small side intact. Although the team was short last Saturday; all players will be fit for their engagement against the Juniors to-morrow. A former champion of the club in J Twyford will be umpiring the big charity, game on the Central Park on Sunday
YOUNG FARMERS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
Y?OUNG FARMERS' CLUB M"r. Courtney, supervisor of Y.F. Clubs, 'visited the school last week when a good report was received. A -fine address by the supervisor was appreciated. The 6 ft. 6 in. bundle of Pholaris Tuberosa grown at the school was regarded as almost a rec ord. Thle fact that either Pholaris 'Tuberosa or Pholaris Bulbosa when growI amongst clovers is a sure ,pre venti a to bloat or blowing of stock makes it a very valuable pasture grass. Of 30 varieties grown in the school plots, the two Pholaris grasses were easily the best and quickest growing.
CHILDREN HELP WAR AND HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
CHILDREN HELP WAR AND HOSPITAL A gesture which "killed two birds with orie stone" has been made by the, children attending the Sunday School at St. Andrews. :The children have between them collected a sum of 16/- with which they have purchased, through their teacher, Mrs. S. Laity, a War Say ings Certificate. This Certificate has been presen ted by the children to the Child ren's Hospital. The gesture is worthy of note, and is one which might well be emulated by others.
FAREWELL COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
FAREWELL COMMITTEE The' Soldiers' Farewell Committee met on Tuesday night aid made final arrangements for the Farewell Social to be held in the Parish Hall on Fri day, July 12, 1940, when fifteen Whit tlesea members of the 2nd A.I.F. will be the honored guests of the. evening. The following is a -list of those in camp who are to be entertainfed and presented with 'gifts from- the citizens of Whittlesea: D. Widward, W. Coulthard, C. Draper, T. Steege, L. Crosbie, N. Crosbie,. A. Cadby, F. B. Bebbington, J. Armstrong, H. C. Johnston; J. Raw lings,. P. Castles, J. Perrins, D; Fun ston and P. Lorenz. The charge ,for. admission is fixed at 2/ foi men and 1/6 for ladies. Donations' have been handed in freely and all who donate 5/ and over will receive complimentary tickets. The Secretary (Mr. A. Johnston) would be plea'ed to received further donations towards the funds of the committee. * * **' .
GREENSBOROUGH CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
GREENSBOROUGH CLUB Scores for last Saturday'splay were: 43, A. Wyatt (13); 46,; W. Balsillie (24) ; 47, P. Cooper (20); 48 (E. Herbert) 9. Associates: 46, Mrs. Herbert (15);. 47, Miss Cooper (10); 48, Mrs. Mason (20); 50, Mrs. Wyatt (15). A leg of pork donated by the Mayor of Heidelberg (Council lor J. L. Ryan) in connection with the gymkhana held on King's Birth day in aid of the Red Cross was won by Mrs. A. J. Hill. Ducks donated by Mr. French were won by Mr. Counsell of Clifton Hill. The net proceeds of ` the gymkhana were £10/6/9.
COLLECTION OF WASTE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 28 June 1940
COLLECTION OF WASTE . / Arrangements have been made` by Miss Jordo .for the collection of waste paper, tins and scrap iron to aid the Red'Cross;: A bin .las been placed outside the chemist's shop for' tobacco tins, and aluminium, copper or such like; and also for waste papers, cardboard, etc Scrap ifon may be dumped on Miss Hardie's lahd between the shop and the blacksmith's, and if Miss Jordan is notified arrangements will be made to collect iron. Mr. S. Gibson and Mr. W. Thomas have offered, to help in this regard.