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EX-SERVICEMEN LEGION NEWS FRANKSTON SUB - BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
EX-SERVIEMEN LEGION NEWS : FRANKSTON. SUB - BRANCH The.NoirvembIer miieeting ofi thi Frankstofd sub-branch of the Auis tralian Legion; of,.Ex-Seiviiefiteri and Women was held on Novem ber 2.. Although a small attendance was recorded, the meeting 'as ~iithusidstic. It. iwas decided( that meme'irs accepit the invitation from Mdinington sub-branch: to attetid -a. htieeting ' to .be. held' on the 8th iihsth?a't atMornington. -': -It I was. decided to have:, a wbrkiii~-beeb to .tidy up "the grounds of the. C:W.A. on Sun ddy:. The attindance::'for this was. very discouraging,: dnly ? foitr members attending: . Although much work was carried out, there is still a lot to be accomplished. All member afiie?,wantetd' iett Sunday at the:C.W.A. at 10 a.m.; or at any. time during the day.-i 1 ¾-- - ' i'-'+- - " J t
A. L. [?] CUP EVE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
A.kL CUP EVE A large crowd shall and. Rbimon' Cup Eve dance id trict A.L.P. brar dale. Percy Goew" lar M.C., and kept ing. the feat of the in keeping twelve the Pearcedale (l, berts. The failure at one stage created ment than amn Pearcedale looks tot politicians stop I enough to do som electr.icity for. the E. Thomas had ch arrangements and, ,cellent supper proa Iladies' committee, retary, Mr. Bert M duced the candidate Wilson. who was I enthusiasm. Dannr in the early houre a it a happy night.
(Advertisement) HIGH PRICE OF A GOLDEN AGE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
,(Advertiserhent)'-) iit I iE )F A GOLDEN AGE S(7y Democrat) Year by. year since the ?atr it has become more expensive" foi most Australians to live under thl Chifley Government. The basic, wage has never been iiglir; , aniid inoney has never iougiit less.: .Durfin the past two eairs tiii: £ rhiis ist more of its p?'i to buiyg goods than it did in aniiy iioii df the war: This declinei boes on, marked by a series. of whge "adjustments," each of which proves, in turn, to be meaningless to the. wage earner. To those who must -struggle to live on pensions, or OtliBr sihhll inai lixed incomes, Mr. Chifley's talk of a "golden age" is tlihe criiuellest i'bny.: " Because .of the Wide. powers which it ' commnnands, the Govern nient tiiiist face a great deal of responsibility for . the ' inflation which burdens the country, today. Oiie·b6o'ost iwas given t ii ifliitioii when many, of the price stabilisa •tion subsidies were abruptly, cut off. The Gove'illnient had sought -and had been deiied ...
SCOUTS' [?] TO BE OPEN[?] ROBERT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
SCOUTS TO BE p Under the Franksron ter bazaar will November ( A.m. Sir Robert &lt;OPen the bae iS keciyt ivoement d of interest ver in Franksto The stalls are very lovely and have been donat de parents.he ude a treasure note, shootin all aunt sially, etc A Gala Dance night in the will be separate with a good ba novelty dances silnsAdmission t shillings, but' ad bazaar will be t surrounding the sideshons will bei to be illuminated during the aflerad be supplied by hi a member of F, Guild of Old Scou Afternoon tea f able.
LEO COLLINS SCHOOL OF MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
AL.EO COLEINS SCHOOL OF MUSI " The students of the Leo Collins Sclidol of 'Milsic are busily en .gaged i;cba:urig for their. concei~t, to be hlield at the Mleclianics' Hall, F'ankttcn. ou .Saturday, Novemn lher 6, -; The seniolrs. will present Sthelr. programmne "at S p.m., and it *vill-consist of vocal and instru mental solos and. duets, together w~ith two scenes from opera and a number of choral items. The operatic scenes will be staged in costume -: , A preliminary. session. will' be given i'y the juniors at 6.45 p.m.;' Further-' details will appear next week: ii.Appibations ifor liivitation cards should, be sent to Box 101, P.O., Frankston.'
HUNTLY — CARROLL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
sH . HUNTLY -- CARROLL AI Avery pretty wedding of inter ' state and local interest was cele i brated last Saturday at St. Fran r cis Xavier Church, Frankston, : when Olive Mary Carroll (eldest daughter of Mrs. A.' Glendenning, : Frankston; 'and 'the late 'Mr. J. T. ::Carroll),' was married to Eric John Huntly," eldest' son of Mr. and Mrs: L. E.' Huntly, Mossgiel, New, South Wales:.. The bride, who looked beauti ful ;:in 'an. Old-World gown" of IFrench 'lace over satin, was given away by- her. stepfather, Mr. A. Glendenning.-She carried a trailer Sbouquet :of crdam roses and glad ioli, and her' veil was held in' place' by'- a coronet of tulle. and orange ;blossom. She was attend ed:d by: a friend, Miss June SGribble; of Pakenham, and' her Scousin, '.Miss- Jean--Austin, of 'Flinders. They were frocked in titulle arid lace, in. blue and pink tonings,, iespectively, and carried :bouquets of 'mauve and pink sweet peas. Their shoulder length veils wcre held in place by haloes of Cecil Bru...
BIRCH — SHEPHERD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
BIRCH - SHEPHERD The. marriage was 'celebrated. last Saturday. at St. Andred's Church of England, Somervill's by, Rev, Hill;, assisted by Rev., Roberts, of Dorotthy Alice Shep herd; - of Somerville, to Leslie Charles Birch, of Malvern. ,.The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a lovely gown of ;figured French crepe cut on .classical' lines. The tulle veil was lent by. the bride's sister-in law, and the bridal bouquet was composed of azaleas and lily-of the-valley. The bridesinmaids, the Misses Dorothy Birch (sister of the bridegroom) and Lucy Shepherd (.the bride's sister) wore frocks of blue and cyclamen . shot taffeta. They also wore Juliet caps, and carried bouquets of red roses and' mauve sweet peas. The., after-celebrations were carried out by Mr. D. W. Shep herd, while Mr. J. Birch acted as1 groomsman. The church had been tastefully decorated by friends of the bride and 'groom: .Theie after-celebrations were held at the Masonic Hall, Franks ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
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PRE-WEDDING DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
PRE-WEDDING DINNER Before attending the Yacht :Club dance at Chelsea last Satur ~ay,-. relatives and close friends" gave a dinner party at the Pier Hotel, Frankston, to Miss Thelma Robertson and Mr. Harold Gooda, who are to be married on the 18th instant. A toast, wishing the couple happiness, was responded to by Mr. Gooda. Dining arrangements were. under the" personal super vision of .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gooda, and the guests included: Mr and Mrs. Bill Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Robertson, Mrs. John Houlihan, Mr. and. Mrs. S. Crou cher, the Misses Pat Robertson, Pam Booth, Claire . Croucher,. Mary .Coxa'!, and Messrs Dick Ham, .John .Booth, Geoff Toma setti -and :Frank Hay.
CLOSED FOR LUNCH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
LOSED: FOR LUNCH-.. rom' lit December,. Head Office and all . Ofices of. Standard Newspapers Pty. Ltd. e for lunch from 12' until 12.45 p.m. decision has been made in order to give r service to our customers. This means that cals shonld not be made to our offices during period. This will ensure that when er do 'phone after 12.45 p.m. all our II be available instead of the present system entails wae of time, quite often, through lence of some of our staff at lunch. dces will herere as from 1st December, cN UNel wllbe CLOSED to business from ulUNTIL 12.45 EACH =DAY. -:
The Standard TABLE TALK ABOUT PEOPLE WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
tumI (1 U U.IMUU1U3 A114H LABOUT PEOPLE WEDDING M?r.. and. Mrs.. Kippe and Mrs A. E. Canterford, of. O'Grad3 Avenue, motored toPrince's Pier to farewell, their friend, Mrs. TD Harding, wife of Major Harding, who sailed on the: Strathaird .fox Pakistan .(-India). A very. enjoy: able -evening was spent on board ship. ... Mr. J. Lurich,. 60 Beach Street, Frankston, iwho built, a -..30-foot fishing boat of, a. type unique. ii Frankstot:, has" sailed - .from' Frankston for . Port McDonnell, en route to holiday at Mt., Gam bier. He was accqmpanied by. Mr. Charlie Upton.': First-Sergt._ Sloane is on an nual leave. Senior-Const. Bur goyne is, in charge at Frankston police station 'during Sergeant Sloane's absence. ' Detective- Lanibourne, of. -the Frankstoni police.force,' is also on. annual leave. Miiss V. Glover, of Baxte? ,,com menced duty on. Monday as a junior ': stenographer with-. the Frankston"Shire Council staff. Mrs. James Hughes, of 64 Will liam Street, Frankston --- this. -town'...
THE "PEOPLE'S MUSIC" STATE ORCHESTRA THIS SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
THE "PEOPLES MUSIC' sTATE 'ORCHESTRA THIS SUNDAY.. This Sunday (November 13), at 2.30 p.mn., Dandaloo Decentralised Enterprises (by arriangement with Greater Union Theatres Ltd.), will present (weather, permitting) at the Baden-Powell Drive ren dezvous, another great' specialty programine of "People's Maisic." Special' and definite -:engage ments are: Tiny Douglas and his State Orchestra, - in conjunctiorn with well-known artists Frank Rich (variety entertainer),'. Ossie Dempsey (comedian), Ken White (impersoiiator) : , William Laird (popular :: baritone),: and . Joan Ham (brilliant soprano) . Special bus. services Will "run to Dandaloo from Frankston railway station . (Special Note.-This concert. is being ;held .at" the express- wish of the founder of the Dandaloo "Peni ple's Music: the late'. Mr: Jarvis, Swho passed away ,early tiseweek,. )
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
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PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
PREF-S HOOI j ; CENTRE On December 1;' 2 and 3, the Tlieati~e:Groiip of talented .players will. present ,"The Crime ,of Mar garet Foley.' Once more ,these generous folk haive "granted the Pre-School 'Centre the proceeds of the flist nlight:. STlidkts~.are' available. from all members of the committee; and seats may now. be.booked at.either n'ewsageney.
GARDEN SUGGESTIONS DAHLIAS (Continued from Last Week) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
'(ly J W:_ 0o1bUS, of The Or hIbnad Plant'..Farn! Pty. Ltd:) DAHLIAS (Continued from Last Week) Tiere' tre :eilvious types of Dahlias, suchl as. large flowered Decoratives, .large 'flowered Cac tus, miniature Decoratives, minia ture Cactus; and Pompones. Large flbowevred Decoratives have -broad overlapping petals; some are: formal: that is the petals overlap ,in regular formation, whilst. some have an irregular 'formation, and are more loosely '_onstructed. "The large flowered Cactus are from: 7:,to 10 inches in diameter. with fluted petals stand ing well out from the centre. Al though these are termed large flowered;, i?.-oes :not necessarily say they. . cannot be grown smaller.: If the flowers are not disbudded, or if only slightly dis budded, the flowers will come of m~ediutm size, aid there will be more of them. To disbud them to obtaiin'the maximum size, the two' side bidds'should be taken off and .the centre bud left; some of the latelals down the stem can :also be removed. Th...
[?]INGS CROSSWORD No. 51 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
iGS CROSSWORD NoS!1 . 51 51. lMagistrate 52. Animated 53, Mortise joint SI. lhubs 55. Despatched 56. Colourist DOWN 1,. Be stupid 2. Send out 3. Diplomnacy 4. World 5. Indian queen 6. Purify ai 7. Type of well 8. Fall . ,9. olten rock 10. Level 11. Talk 13, LaUghing 15. lhermi, 24. Briitle 25. Clihrkei 26, Peer le 27. Certain 18. Soon ANSW\ER TO C ROSSWORD No. 50 .W 29. Tear 31. Widespread 32. Whirlpool 33. Explosion 34. Reproof 40. Assist , . 41. Counsels 42. Sheep-like 43. Gourd - 45. Shift o mide 46. Fruit : _. 47 At no thine 48. Notices SOLUTION. NEXT WEEiK
Dangerous Dog Menace Frankston Authorities Must Act Speedily [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
DIanerous Dog Menace Frankston Authorities Must Act Speedily The. stray and loose dog menace in Frankston has reachdied such a- shockingly bad state as to reflect grave discredit on the authorities responsible for the health, safety and peace of mind of the ratepayers and citizens of the town. At any time of any day in any week numerous dogs of all * breedsr~a d sizes can be counted tearing round and through the main, shopping centres of Frahk :ton, as well as in the majority of roads and streets in the town. Elderly: people and children have been, and are being knock ed down and injured; far too frequently at the most important points of 'the town, and the health of the.conirhunity.is being endan gered b: ' the risk of contamina tion, in or in the vicinity of "all food shops' A still n more serious part of the canine, pioblem in Frankston. is the growinft number of savage dogs in the town, which are 'al lowed. to ,wander the roads and i footpaths near- their owners' homes, to snap ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
above has been made for a certain part of Scan find out what each part is and then rd and send your entry to Ruth. -_-- - nn uny, Novemnnb 10. 1949.-PAGE 11. Preventative Maintenance Pays. SERVICE We wish to announce that we are now in a U position to Service All Makes of Vehicles, under the supervision of MR. I. R. EVANS, who has recently completed an Intensive Course at the. U Vauxhall - Bedford School, at Luton, England.' Dysons Peninsula Motors - Young Street, Frankston g "A" GRADE ENGINEERS u a - Telephone: FRANKSTON 466 - 588 MOTOR BODY REPAIRS PAINTING - WASHING AND POLISHING STAN FISHER PRIVATE ADDRIESS: 1 'Orrong Avenue (Just along Gould St.) I FOR ALL TOYS AND SPORTS GOODS THE LITTLE SHOP WITH THE BIG STOCK 104 YOUNG ST., FRANKSON. Phone 450 _'4m ,L.. .. ^ *^ ^ A fJ * .' ',",! *r.«ln E.iri ..r.. U '"N " B NS. U'" . u": u :'CHILDREN'S CLUB i: . wish .to join the "News.' Chlildren's Cub... ...; . Name....... ....... . ........-. ............... " -... - :Age and Year' of' Bi...