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SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
SOMIERVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Docwra, junr., entertained a number of friends and relatives at their home, to celebrate the 80th .birthday of 1Mrs. Docwra, sen. During the. evening Messrs' MIaslen, Robertson and Alf Doc wra gave some very pleasing items.. A splendid supper was served, and the birthday toast was proposed by Mr. Barber.. .Mrs. , Docwra. responded. A toast to the host and hostess apd .the singing of ."Auld ;Lang Syne". and the National. Anthem brought an" eijd6oyble iv'ening-to a, close.,
Stage Door TODD DUNCAN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
Stage IRS S NIGHTER" IDoor a a TODD DUNCAN Not so long ago, Melbourne c considered itself' well done by if one musical celebrity paid us a visit to give a "season." Plane travel has changed that. For now famous artists are appearing here with greater frequency and al most queuing up for dates and bookings for the Melbourne Town Hall. In the front rank of this year's crop of world notables in the musical sphere, is Mr. Todd Duncan, famous colored Ameri can baritone. He is providing MvIe'bourne with singing of such artistry "rarely experienced'--even frcm the pick of the women per formers. lie sings with such perfect diction such super-perfect enun ciation, and with such magnifi cent colorful toning to his notes as to bring the tears to the eyes of his listeners-surely this must be singing at its best. The programme included a wide choice-Handel's "Hear Me Ye Winds"-the opening number was indicative of the good things to come. Songs of Strauss and Schumann evoked thunderous applause. ...
BRITISH MIGRANTS' CLUB INAUGURATED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
BRITISH MIGRANTS' . CLUB . INAUGURATED AT FRANKSL TON. The first meeting of the British Migrants' Club was held at the Mechanics' Hall; Frankston, on Wednesday evening, 3rd August, with an excellent attendance. Many new arrivals thus had an opportunity of meeting some of the people who have been here for some years from England. ' Old and ne'w residents asked one another questions about the Old Country and Australia, and. thus helped to make the evenin4, a great success. Details regarding the nex meeting were discussed, and the committee decided that it would. be continued with a social, and4 would be held in the C.W.A. Halt Thompson Street, Frankston, at 7.45 p.m.. on Thursday, l8t1C August. i. t The Club convey many thanks for the co-operation of Miss N. Grice in making arrangernient for the hall. .r The Misses Harcourt, of, the Frock Salon, 134 Young Street Frankston, have very graciously, volunteered to be the hostesses at this next meeting and social. ' It was' unanimously deci...
FRANKSTON PLAZA COMING "HITS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
FRANKSTON PLAZA. COMING "HITS" A starring combine that has aroused a .great deal of interest among film fans is that in Para.l mount's n e w action thriller; "Wild Harvest." The film, duq at the Plaza this Thursday, Fri4 day and Saturday, boasts star ring roles filled by Alan LaddI Dorothy Lamour, Robert Presto. and Lloyd Nolan, supported, b. Dick Erdman and Allen Jenkins!: The story of "Wild Harvest" is set in the great wheat belt od America. "Trapped By Boston Blackie," newest adventure of the popular reformed genial thief of fiction, radio and screen, will be the sup. porting film to "Wild Harvest.'C Cary Grant is Mr. Blandings n R.K.O's rollicking comedy, "Mi'. Blandings .Builds His Drea4 House," star feature at the Plaza next Monday, Tuesday, and Wed-, nesday nights, August 15, 16, 17. He dreams about a house in the country, but finds his bills run ning up as his dream starts be coming a reality. His fantasy haunts him until he neglects his work and is in danger of losing the j...
SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
-SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. s' ACROS 1. Accu.ie :...- . Frightetns i:: 11: . I.Aceul*tm n 13. lPhase. 14. Of the belly J16 . Coning 1: . Recgards . 1 ':.Priaoner 21 Annoying 22. With ( rench) " r..c237 Coneise' i5. Begin. '26. Muuical pipe 27. Gael .3. ILabilities 4. Fiel' - I. -? a . horse .46. Buried 4: Miachines. :49. Awa1 ceiug 50. Best class 51. Fillets (Archit.) 52. Supports 53. Festival DOWN 1. Clothe 2. Set of teeth 3. Ardent 4, Remedy 5. Vagrant 6. Wander 7..Cavil 8. Disturb 9. Re-awak. ening 10. Choose 12.. Otherwise. S13: Dismiss 15. Chemicul compound 17. Ward off 24. Borders "25? Cake '28. Mature '.29. .Vidicates +A.WE~1R TO CROSSWORDI No. 38 30. Woven 32. Forgives 33. Adherent of atomism 34. Symbol 35. Cuister 37.. Account, book 39. Songs for two 40. Gaelic 41. Novice 42. Noise made. by sleepera 45. 1ndigr . 47.. Uawaiia dance SOLUTION -NEXT WEEK .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
an' a n i ·mi a'n a aun i-ll n Uunilr l?L? n a * n FOR FRESH MILK; = AFTERNOON TEA S, 'Im ' `HOME MADE. CAKES, " VISIT . . . • " The WATTLE. CAFE• I -- U . Il a U p 536 BAY STREET. Frankston 37. , rg · -· LEO COLLINS' SC OOLL of MUSIC FRANKSTON, CENTRE Tuition G;ven in All Branches of Musical Art, Including .PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, SINGING AND THEORETICAL SUBJECTS Handbook of Information sent on application Principal, LEO COLLINS, L.R.S.M., Lond., A.C.M:M. Mtinmber of the Council. Music 'Teachers' Association; Chief Study Teacher, Melbourne Cofiservatorium. ADDRIESS: "THE STUDIO," Clarendon. Street,' (facing Dell Road), FRANKSTON. Address Correspondence "to, BOX 101, P.O., FRA.NKSTON T'he 'Spcrletarjy will answer telephone enquiries at the following hours only: Fridays, 1 p.m. tp 9 p.m.-Saturdayls, 9 am. to S p.m. 'PHONE: JA 4586 JENKINS Radio. Service 590 BAY STREET, 3 IDOORS PIER HOTEL. Phone Frankston 745. LLOYD'S HAMS BACON AND S M.ALL Co CRANLEIGH are enjoyed by , only MILK AlD sel...
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
* *V.NTd 1)AY ADVENITIST ''Ohn You -Make Up' .Your Mind!?" (condensed from the book "In Quest of Life," by Arthur L. Bietz, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Applied Christlanity, College of Medical Evangelists, Los Angeles, California). indecision is one of the weak nesses -of our time. --.Double mindedness shows itself on every hand. Millions of young, people drift aimlessly across the Sea 'or Life without chart, compass, or goal. The need foi decision -is brought -to light repeatedly in Holy Writ, and indecision is de nounced vehemently by. the .pro phelts. Decision is the way to God and spiritual- maturity. The apostle James says:, "A- double minded man is unstable in all his ways." (James:1:8.') Some young people go out of their way to avoid the responsi bility of decision. 'Not -until a- per son takes the responsibility for-his own decisions does he become- a real individual. Making right de= cisions, of- course, is- always': a stern, manly business. Man in his fallen, sinful state fi...
FRANKSTON METHODIST CIRCUIT Youth Fellowship Tea. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
FRANKSTON METHODIST C -CIRCUIT Youth Fellowship' Tea.. The monthly Frankston Meth odist Circuit .Youth Fellowship Tea, which is a popular function, will take place next Sunday .at 5 p.m. The speakers for the oc casion will be brother and sister,. Mr. Ray Haynes and Miss Fran ces Haynes, newcomers to the town. A large gathering of yong. people is anticipated:+ :, . Y.W.L. Anniversary. . At: the.-.Frankston:: Methodist" Young: Worshippers':. League an-. niversary, held , .last Sunday morning, there, .was a . large at tendance. The Young Worship pers' League fromed a choir for the, special .service, whichl was conducted by Mr. Chas. Pascoe. Rev. J. T. Freeman, who was the preacher, took 'for his text "Worship the Lordin the beat~ty of holiiiess' (Psalm 29, verse 2). He said -worship-?s an act of reverence, homage . or devotion to God, and :urged the young people to .worship God in spirit and in truth. Further, he said:. "I have been in some big cathe-' drals, -beautiful churches, and s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
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EUROPEAN JOURNEY DODGING PARIS TAXI CAB PART II. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
EUROPEAti JORNEY DODGING PARIS TAXI CAB . PART II. i(Continued). "By NINA BICK) Next"' day," a young Fronch couple,. Gregroy and. Val, were our guides to the Palace of Ver sailles. Tall, lithe, Gregory was the son of .white Russian parents who fled waetward after the Rus sian revolution. Gregdry grew up in France, and joined the French Navy when a youth. This serious eyed man, no more than 26 years old, looked. years 'older, as he told" us. how he was in a French destroyer -scuttled off the North Africap coast, Demobilised - from the navy, Gregory was later arrested in Paris by Germans.as a political prisoner, and sent with hundreds of other young Frenchmen to a camp in South Bavaria. After two years in camp; he escaped to the South of France to join the Maquis. There Gregory linked up with his wife, Val, whom he mar riedT a few days before being taken by .the 'Germans in Paris; Together - they - fought with several hundred other Free Frenchmen, ambushing Germans in the Toulouse are...
OBITUARY MR. HERBERT E. RIDOUT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
OBITUARY MR. HERBERT E. RIDOUT It was learnt with regret that Mr. Herbert Emmerson Ridout had died on August 4th, at the residence of his daughter (Mrs. Stirling, 17 Bransgrove Street, Preston). -The late Mr. Ridout was a resident of Langwarrin dis trict for -about forty years. He had not enjoyed good health for some time. He is survived by his wife, one daughter, and two sons. The funeral took place on August 5th to Frankston. Ceme tery, where -Rev.. J. T. Freeman &nbsp; read the burial service. Messrs. Hector Gamble and Son conducted the funeral.
GOLF CHARITY DAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
GOLF CHARITY DAY &nbsp; Through the courtesy of the management of Long Island Country Club, a Charity Golf Day was held at the Golf Links on Tuesday, August 2, in aid of Prince Henry's Hospital. The day was glorious for golf, the links were in championship order, and the amenities provided by the associates of Long Island were greatly appreciated. The main competitions were a ladies' four-ball handicap and a men's four-ball handicap. At the end of the day, the pre- &nbsp; sident of Prince Henry's Hospi- tal presented the trophies. Thanks of the committee went to the associates (Mrs. Len Jew- son, president), whilst Miss Pat Wilson and Miss Derna Stephen- son were congratulated on their successful efforts for Prince &nbsp; Henry's. Major J. Whillans, manager of &nbsp; Long Island Country Club, and Mr. Alan Maiden (the club's professional) completed the ar- rangements for the tournament to the satisfaction of all.
FRANKSTON COURT CASES HEARD ON TUESDAY. Negligent Cycling [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
FI;?ANKS'iO ((O) lUR (CASES I-EAll)D ON TUIl*I).1%V Negligent Cycling For negligently riding a bicyc l.? (hands in pockets), a cyclist was fined £1.. Two cyclists were fined £1 eac'h for not. having .liglts on th'al cycles.. Used Car. Vlthout: Consn'lt Because he "had had a few drinks" and .missed the last. bua home to Moorooduc, Frederick Chance "took a "chance" and a. truck parked in Davey St.. Frank ston (owned by Henry Dalrymple;, Kars -St., Frainkston'), - and drovo home in it. The car was later rce covered at Hastings Police Station. Fining Chance £10, when. con vicited of rsing the car without the consent of the' owner,... r. Wade, S.M2., said accused could bh inipl;l soned-for six molitlisj li?t j~i (tlie SIl..) would?itake ,into.con-' sideration that accused had onty. taken the truck to-drive'home in. while to.some extent under the in fluence of 'liquor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
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