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PUBLIC MEETING Comforts Fund Move [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
PUBLIC. MEETING Comforts Fund Move Attention of readers is drawn to an announcement in .this issue advertis ing that a public meeting of citizens interested in the establishing of the Frankston branch of the A.I.F. Com forts Fund will be held in! the Return ed Soldiers' Hall, Thompson street. on Thursday, October 5. at 8 p.m. The fund is to serve men who are in the camps and taking active part in de fence of the country. MONTHLY MEETING The monthly meeting of the branch will be held on Monday, October 2. All returned men desiring information relative to the reserve should' make inquiries at the club rooms.
PEARCEDALE FAREWELL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
PEARCEDALE FAREWELL SOCIAL On September 16 the residents of Pearcedale turned out in full force, to farewell Mr and Mrs Tom Evans and family, who are leaving the district to ,'eside in Frankston. A social evening was arranged by the various public bodies of the district. Several artists contributed to the success of the func tion, including Miss Pam Barton (song and dance), WV. Robinson (song), B. Maslen (song and monologue), and E. Robinson (violin solo). Music for dancing was supplied by Mrs E. Rob inson. PFollowing on an excellent supper, the chairman (Mr S. A. Callanan) in troduced the leaders of the local bodies. The Rev. Seward spoke of the fine church work done by the Evans family. Mr T. Barry, presi dent of the Progress Association, re cited Kipling's ,poem, If, which he said was the standard of man Mr Evans tried to live up to. Mr S. A. Calla-' nan, who represented the school com mittee, spoke of the unfailing energy .f Mr Evans on the school committ tee, of which he had be...
CYCLING FRANKSTON PROFESSIONALS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
CYCLING FRANKSTON PROFESSIONALS Club members, and, snupporters were very well gratified at the performance of R. Matthews, who competed in the 140 mile handicap Tour of Gippsland last Saturday. Besides being placed third in the Berwick sprint, he finish ed third in the final results. When it Is taken into consideration that he gave the winner (B. Cummins) dive minutes' start, and this" rider's time was only nine minutes outside last year's course record, this effort is most commendable. Matthews and other club members are expected to compete in the fanibus Wrarrnambool road -race. FRANKSTON AMATEURS The Frankston Amateur Cycle Club aeld a 29 mile handicap on Saturday. Winner's and fastest time trophies were presented by Colonel Bilton. The winner was V. Angus (12min.), with K. Nash (6.30) second, and F. 'reeman (6.30) third. Fastest time, EC. Nash (6.30), 1.14.57. Fastest un ilaced, D. Dunk (2min.), 1.15.10. A club meeting will be held on 'uesday, October 3, at 8 p.m. in the Villard...
Church Notes ST. PAUL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
ST. PAUL'S. On Sunday, at the morning and evening services, special services of intercession will be held at St. Paul's. A special message from the Arch bishop of York wilt be delivered in the evening. FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN An important meeting of the board of management, together with the ex ecutive of the ladies' guild, will be held on Tuesday evening. Mr Brodie, representing the organ builders, will be present. As the November fair approaches,; interest is increasing in the various sectional efforts, and all members are asked to be present at the residence of Mrs Amor, Bragge street, next Thursday for a social afternoon. Another occasion is the Australian tea at the Manse on October 19. On Sunday the Rev. F. Butchers will conduct the services at Frankston at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., and at Baxter at 3 p.m. There will be no service in the Somerville Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening, but members of the congregation are asked to attend, the united service of intercession in the Chu...
HASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
HASTINGS The next meeting of the women's auxiliary of the Hastings sub-'branch, R.S.S.T.L.A., will be held on October 18. A good attendance is requested to make final arrangements for the en tertaining of men from Caulfleld Hos pital on November 12 at the Hastings I-Tall.
GOLF MUNICIPAL CLUB'S SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
GOLF MUNICIPAL CLUB'S SOCIAL I A pleasant social evening was helc at the club house on Monday, whei the trophies won at the club's cham pionship meeting were presented ti the winners by the President of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings (C] Heath). Cr Heath said that the club wal fortunate in having such a fine course and clubhouse at its disposal, an, that the council was also fortunate it having the club to take such an inter est in the course and helping to popu larise golf among the local residents Trophies were presented to S. Davie (A championship), R. Dundon (I championship and 54 holes handicap) and to the winners of the 18 holes handicap-A. Artis, J. Robins and B Petrie. During the evening congratulations were offered to R. Artis, who won the 36 holes handicap, 18 holes handicap, and was t runner-up in the 36 holes scratch event of the Victorian Golf League's championship meeting held at Patterson River on September 24. Returning a card of 80, 80-160, Reg was three stroke...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
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FIRE BRIGADE PREMIERS OF INDOOR BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
FIRE BRIGADEI PREMIERS OF INDOOR BOWLS. The indoor bowls season dre a close on Wednesday evening the finals of ill competitions played. The handicap singles toun resulted in a very easy win Watchorn Jnr., over Charlie rane (17 to 6). This' is a won achievement for a first season who showed exceptional skill through the tournament. i final of. the pairs champipnshii Hinds and H. Bently defeated Walker and W. Lewis in a e contested game by 3 points (10b F. Lloyd, Mrs Sorraghan and Wicks defeated Mrs Wells, J Sorraghan and J. Sorraghan tI point (11 to 10). The final of the teams chan, ship, played between Mt. Ella Diggers B resulted in a win fo Mount by 1 point, in a very game. Diggers B appeared to the game won at the 12th end Mt. Eliza, playing good bowls, ed 5 on the 13thl nd and were up with two ends to go. DE were not beaten yet and fought to score three on the 14th end equalise the scores again. Withl end to play the Mount scored the cessary point to win the match the right to 'p...
TENNIS CAULFIELD - CARRUM ASSOCIATION A GRADE Mixed Doubles. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
TENNIS CAULFIELD - CARRUM ASSOCIATION A GRADE : SMixed Doubles. Parkdale, 2/4/38, d Cheltenham, S2/4/35. Fergusson and Miss Turner d Davis and Mrs Howe, 6/3, 6/3; Fer gusson and Miss Turner d Hawkes and Mrs Clayton, 6/2, 6/3; Skinner and Miss Sheppard lost to Hawkes and Mrs Clayton, 4/6, 4/6; Skinner and Miss Shepherd lost to Davis and Mrs Howe, 2/6, 4/6. Aspendale, 3/8/52, d Ormond, 1/2/40. Batten and Miss Muller d Wilks and Miss Wilks, 6/3, 6/5; Twy ford and Miss Zimmerman lost to His &nbsp; kens and Mrs Hinneberg, 4/6, 6/4, 6/8; Batten and Miss Muller d His kens and Mrs Hinneberg, 6/4, .6/3; Twyford and Miss Zimmerman d Wilks and Miss Wilks, 6/3, 6/4. Thistle, 2/6/52, d Frankston, 2/6/48. Ripper and Miss Barkell d Coulson and Mrs Buchanan, 2/6, 6/3, 6/1; Mc Kinley and Miss Vermish d Kirton andMiss Coxall, 6/3, 4/6, 6/1; MCCin lay and Miss Vermish lost to Coulson and Mrs Buchanan, 2/6, 6/1, 4/6:"Rip per and Miss Barkell lost to Kirton and Miss Coxall, 3/6, 6/3, 1/6. Mordia...
R.S.S.I.L.A. OLD-TIME DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
R.S.S.I.L.A. -0 OLD-TIME DANCE The old-time dance on Saturday again attracted a large following, and a happy evening was spent. The Monte Carlo was won by Mr G. Parsone and Mrs I.' Thombson. OLD-TIMID BALL An old-time ball will be held at the club rooms on Thursday, November 2. Admission will be 2/2..
C.W.A. GARDEN PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
C.W.A. GARDEN PARTY 0 Glorious spring weather favored the garden party held at the home of Mrs Eliot Lewis on Saturday. Masses of beautiful blooms, includ ing cinerarias, peach blossom, 'tulips, ranunculi, and occasional clumps of yellow broome set among smooth lawns, against a background of na tive trees, made a perfect setting for the function. Proceeds were to raise funds for the Frankston branch of the Country Women's Association. The afternoon was officially open ed by the wife of the Shire Presi dent (Mrs A. M. Heath) and then the stalls set out on the spacious verandahs did a brisk trade. Stall-holders were:-Cakes: Mes dames Vance and Potter; "fancy: Mesdames Harcourt, • Coxall' and Gray; amusements: Mrs Pierson and Major Williams; flowers: Mesdames Spowers, Cresswell; Lucas and Bar rett; fish' pond: Mrs Armitage and Mrs Hensher; refreshments: Mesda mes Ramsden, Lewis, Worsam, Jones Patterson, Grice, Talbot and Miss Sutherland. Mrs Anderson had charge of the gate. Proceeds of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
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WATTLE PALAIS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
WATTLE PALAIS The Wattle Palais entertained dancers from all parts of the Penil sula on Saturday. The foresiglit i building the Peninsula's largest d""1c ing rendezvous is becoming appa?ent with the approach of summer cond tions. Winners of the first heat of the neW Maxina competition were Mlr Ro"n son and Miss Pruett, and Mr young and Miss Pearson. The Monte C'arl winners were Mr Rand and Miss ,nrl eFree tickets issued during the c rent three- weeks can. nly b used on October 14. '
DANCING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
DANCING - o There was a large number ofdan cers at the popular Scout dance la5s Saturday night. It would be dilllcilt to find anywhere such a happy and friendly throng. The third hent 't the fox trot competition was ngain very closely contested, affnd the wli ners were: Mr L. Richards and lMis N. Duell, Mr R. Mace and Miss J Barnett, Mr and Mrs Fisher, Mr Neil Tucker and Miss McPherson. -Other competition winners wel lucky partner, Mr F. Chuclcrell anl Miss P. Merry; Monte Carlo. iMr Fletcher and Miss D. Brown. Next Saturday night the fourth heat of the fox trot competition will be held.
M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
M.U.LO.O.F. The Loyal Nepean Lodge officers and members have -made several visits of late to sister lodges at Toorak, Moorabbin, Dromana and on Friday, 15th September journeyed to Loyal Mornington Lodge to take over the chairs. A large attendance Sof visiting brethren from lodges as E far 'as Elsternwick visited the lodge to assist the oflmcers of the Loyal Ne pean to carry out their Degree night on Thursday, September 21. Prior to the ceremony,. Mr Web ster, junr., was initiated into the Or der and three new members were proposed. After the ceremony a .Very dainty supper was provided by the .lidy members. A visit will be made shortly by some members to the Loyal Phillip Island Lodge at Cowes. Bro. CL. C Holten, P.G., who was elected at [lu last district conference to attend the Order's annual. conference at HO sham on bOctober 9, will leave bY C on Saturday;, Accompanying 1 a will be, Bros. Gray and Lyons f Loyal Elsternwick Lodge, ned f Brown from ILoyal Cheltenha, Lodge. ,,_: ;
FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS BRANCH The Red Cross depot in Bay street lover Morris' store) is now open, and a warm welcome awaits all those ladies who are ready for work. The office will be open each morning from 10 to midday. The work will be dis tributed from. the store by the follow ing ladies, who as group leaders will be in charge on certain: days. It will be necessary for those applying for work to call at the depot on the day their own group leader is in charge: Mrs McComb, Monday; Mrs Keast, Tuesday; Mrs -Taylor, Thursday; Mrs Purnell, Friday. Wednesday has been reserved in the morning for committee work, and' in the afternoon the group leaders from the outer ridings will be at the depont: Mrs Robertson and Mrs Dev lin. Hastings and Tyabb:; Mrs Binder. Somerville; Mrs Miles, Seaford. The furnishing of the depot has been carried out most satisfactorily by Mrs Taylor and Mrs Keast, and they wish to thank they following for the loan of articles of furniture: Mrs Purnell, table; Mrs A...
SCOUTING TYABB TROPHY PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
SCOUTING TYABB TROPHY PLANS The chief item of interest in the First Frankston Troop at present is the Tyabb trophy, which is being held on Saturday week, October 14, on vacant land on Skye road. The site is a little over half a mile from the railway station. The boys are very keen to add an other viqtory to their credit and thus make their fifth" successive- win in these competitions. All parents and friends are cor dially invited to attend and witness the various events .which are timed to start at 2.30 p.m.
TYABB SUB-BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
TYABB SUB-BRANCH The meeting convened by Mrs L. Devlin on October 3 in the Tyabb hall to form. a Tyabb branch of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings Red Cross Society resulted in a very gratifying membership of 35 ladies. Miss D. Foung -was- elected- as -secretary,- and the following to form the sub-com mittee: Mrs Wheeler (representing Moorooduc), Mrs T. Barclay, Mrs WI] loighby, Mrs Lillywhite, Mrs R. Bor ley, Mrs V. Borley and Mrs Bradbury. An additional meeting has been ar ranged for Wednesday, October 11, and the regular monthly meeting will be held on the second Wednesday in each month. With the object of raising funds for this branch, an Australian tea will be held in the Tyabb Hall on. Tuesday, October 17, at 3 p.m. Included in the donations,. which amounted to £2/11/, received at this meeting was the sum of £1 from Up per Tyabb .State School, being the proceeds of a concert arranged entire ly by the children.
COMFORTS FUND Local Committee Formed [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939
COMFORTS FUND Local Committee Formed At a meeting held in the Soldiers' Hall 'last.night for, the purpose of establishing a Frankston branch of the A.I.F. Comforts Fund. the follow ing officers were ,elected: President. Mr R. Dundon; secretary, Mrs W. Lowrey; treasurer, Mr M. V.: Steven son; committee, Mesdames W. A. James, F. H. 'Wells, J. L. Pratt, C. Wood, T. Marshall, P. 'Montague. R. Dundon, G. Chapman, E. Taylor, Mis ses C. Fletcher, Saunders azid Short, Cr J. L. Pratt, Cr F. H. Wells, Messrs J. Stephens, A. Cockle and E. Taylor. The president said the fund would in. no way compete with the Red Cross. It was to benefit soldiers who were fit and well. All members were urged to do their part in supporting the work.