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TOORAK COLLEGE ANNUAL REUNION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
TOORAK COLLEGE ANNUAL REUNION Nearly SO members of the Old Col legians' Association met at Toorak College, Frankston, yesterday as the guests of the principal (Miss W. M. Allen) for their annual reunion: The president (Mrs E. F. Herring) pre sided. The secretary and treasurer (Miss B. Carson) reported that during the year £20 bhad been donated to the Eye and Ear Hospital, and two cots had been maintained at the Queen Victoria Hospital. The sum of- £30 had . been allocated to the college library. Office-bearers elected were: Presi dent, Miss Claire McCrae; vice-presi dents, Mrs P. O'Hara Wood and Mrs A. J. Phillips; hon. secretary and treasurer, Miss B. Carson; assistant secretary, Miss E. Collie; committee, Mesdames E. F. Herring, J. L. Kid die, H. Melville, K. 'Cleveland, M. Cooch, L. Scharpe, O. Mafters, J. Mc Handleton, G. Mason, Misses A. Mc Intosh, C. Brown, P. Pullar, E. Alston, M. Wtallace, P. Putt and B. Drysdale; ex-offlcio, Mrs L. B. Cox. News was given of the London branc...
DANCING MECHANICS' HALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
DANCING MECHANICS' HALL , grand gala dance held at the nies' Hall on Saturday night trended by a large following ,as a great success. The of the fox trot competition was y contested and was won by Thornell and Miss Ruby Brown. ext competition will commence turday night, November 4. prize winners were: Lucky er, Mr G. Moseley and Miss M. ; Monte Carlo, Mr Minnal and Daisy Brown; lucky spot, Mr. and Miss Davidson. Special tokens were given' to the pat and the evening terminated a monster confetti battle. The ittee appreciates sincerely the rt given by the public to its y dances. DANCING DISPLAY s Vesper's pupils' annual revue ancing display is advertised 'to esented at the Mechanics' Hall, ston, on Tuesday, November n excellent programme of 30 al numbers is being, arranged,, ing Miss Vesper's "Austral" e. who were first prize winners is year's Ballarat competitions. talented local performers will ibute interesting song and dance pretty chorus scenes and bal IDeautiful costumes will be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Wrant A s. Cost Less and Get Results Want-Ad. Costs "THE STANDARD"' ]/W for 14 Words ArI TF ItPashe e Your Newsagent 3 1939 AGE WANT ADS. Phone Frankston 6. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1939 PAGE'Fi J. C. 0'BRI]N GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG MERCHANT Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. IONE: Frankston 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. eat F.A.Q .... ........... 3/5 Bran .............. 5. bush 5/3 ae ..................... ... 5/6 Pollard ..... ........ 7 bush 6/9 ckory King ............ 7/3 Prime Chaff ............. 5/3 ats, Algerian .... .. ..... ..: 3/ Cem ent .... .... ........ ... .... 4/1 illet.............. cwt. 12/- Lim il .... ........ .... .... .... 3/3 reenfeast Peas .. 22/6 bush. Polly Feed .... 4/3 . . .1/10 lb.Feed.................4/3 bcerne .... .... .... .... 1/10 lb. Super .... ... .... .... ........ 6/9 fib. Clover .... . ... 1/3 lb. Blood and Bone ............. 10/9 ize Meal ........... Bush 2/3 Super Eone .... .... 9/9, 10/9 hick Starter ..............11/ Mlarket Garden ..............
Wheat (F.A.Q.) by weight [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Wrheat (F.A.Q.) by weignt 3/C per bush. Pollard, 7 bush .... ......... .. 11d. Bran, 5 bush...... .... ...... lid. Chick Fbod A ............. 9/3 W\erribee Mixture, 100 lbs 10/6 Growing Mash, 100 lbs ...... 8/ Growing Grain 150 lbs .... 12/9 Competition Laying Mash 100 lbs .... .... ........ .... 6/6 Sugar lA, 70 los ............ 21/6 Algerian Oats ........ 2/11 bush Wheatmeal. 140 lbs. 1/3 bush. MIaizemeal, 140 lbs. / Mleggltt's Meal, 100 lbs. Polly Feed s Cow Chaff /. 'Oaten Chaff i. . 4!1 Maize Oil Meal Cod Liver Oil (Unlcod) 4 gals Japanese Millet, I ewt Buttermilk (superfine) Keymeal, 1 cwt. 21/ e Tea Special: Ilousehold 2/4 lb
Organisation Proceeds At Red Cross Depot [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Organisation Proceeds At Red Cross Depot _________________________________ Work goes on well at the Red' Cross depot, and each week tli- pf= lice staff become more efficient: Many of the earlier problems are being solved and all complaints are being dealt with. ' As there has been no committee meeting this week, there are no group leaders' reports to give, but there is every indication that these ladies are having most satisfactory results in their district. Mrs. McComb has completea ar rangements for a picture night, to be hold at the Plaza on Sunday, Novem ber 12, at 8.40, in aid of the Red Cross funds. She and her group are working hard to make a success of this effort. Thel patterns for worik... have ..now be~en revised and a.re satisfactory. An insurance policy has been taken out so that the stores are covered. Mr. McComb has been 'very kind in attending to all locks for the win dows in accordance with the stipula tions of the insurance company. Mirs. Grice( head of stores) rep...
SCOUT NEWS 1st TYABB TROUP [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
SCOUT NEWS 1st TYABB TROUP The interest and- support given to the Scout movement during the past year has been very satisfactory, and the committee is pleased to report that the financial position has been considerably improved. S. series of four euchre tourna ,ments, recently held in. the Scout Hall, has been well attended, and proved very enjoyable. The winners of the grand aggregate received a good cash prize. - Mrs R. McLaurin, with 30 games, won the ladies prize, and Messrs W. P. Mair and W. Shaw, with 29 each, divided the gents. The ladies connected with the ScouRs prb vided very dainty supper. The following gifts of prize's were received: Mrs N. Houfe, Messrs J. H. Shaw (storekeeper), W. P. Butler, R. S. Potts, P. A. Twyford and P. J. Tliornell. Cash donations were received from Messrs H. J. Willoughby 10/; A. Smedley 5/, and W. J. Steer 4/. To all. these-. people the committee extends its best thanks..' During the past week-end 10 Scouts from this group, with their Scoutmas ...
FOOD PROBLEM IN HOT WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
FOOD PROBLEM IN1 HOT WEATHER Last week-end we had a foretaste of summer weather, and, housewives wei'e already commencing to rack their brains to find a suitable solution to the problem of preparing meals. And the problem would be, a serious one were it not for the fact that Lloyd's bacon curing factory on the outskirts of Frankston had already solved it. Lloyd's announce, by ad vertisement in this issue, that they have every variety of smallgoods ideal for hot-weather meals in stock, and of a superior quality. This local firm jealously guards the higlh repu tation of Cranleigh products, and modern delivery service ensures prompt attention to all orders on the Peninsula" and throughout the city and suburbs. Orders for Christmas hams should be lodged now. By de inanding Lloyd's products residents ..iili be assured of the best quality and will boe supporting local industry.
MRS. McCOMB'S GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
MRS. McCOMB'S GROUP. To further aid the Red Cross funds, Mrs. McComb's group has or ganised a: picture night in the Frank ston Plaza Theatre on Sunday, 12th November. when, an excellent pro gramme will be presented. The per formance will conpmence at 8.40 p.m. when church services will be: con cluded. Tickets at 2/, 1/6 aind 1/ are now available from members of the committde.
INDECENT LANGUAGE IN BAY STREET [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
INDECENT LANGUAGE IN BAY STREET Evidence was given by Senr. Con stables Thorburn and Nicholas at FI~.ii;kston court on Tuesday of the revolting conduct of a youth in Bay s?:eet. Frankston, last Saturday, whien. before Messrs Grant and Gray (chairman), J.'sP., Reginald Victor Dickson. dairy hand, of Pt. Nepean roa~d. Edithvale, was fined £5 on a charge of having used indecent lan guage and £1 for having behaved in an offensive manner on the same date. The police said that witH a companion, he was staggering about the footpath nea, Frankston House at 10.15 p.m., and using obscene lan guage to passersby. Dickson denied using obscene language, but pleaded guilty to the charge of offensive be havior.
MRS. KEAST'S GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
MRS. KEAST'S GROUP The next meeting of the group will be held at the Red Cross rooms on Tuesday, November 14, 'at 3 ii.m. Any members .wanting work'should get in touch with: Mrs. Keast, Mrs R. Sherlock or Mrs Watchorn, as the rooms will be closed next Tuesday (Cup day). Mrs Lane and Mrs Gloury have ar ranged a tennis-' day at Mrs Came ron's, 33 Cranbourne road, on Thurs day, November 9, from 10 a.m. to 1 ;p.l)., and 2--5 p.m., and Would be glad if intending players would hand in their names td Cameron's grocery store'or- to Mrs Lane. Proceeds are for group funds.
HOSPITAL SUNDAY COLLECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
HOSPITAL SUNDAY COLLECTIONS Moorooduc Presbyterian .. £5 0 10 Somerville Presbyterian .. 5 0 0 Frankstol Presbyterian .. 10 0 0 St. Paul's, Frankston .... 12 10 9 Methodist, Frankston .. 6 10 0 Methodist, Hastings .. 0 11 9 St., Francis Xavier's .. 5 18 5 St.' James the Less, Mt. Eliza .. .. .. .... .. 3 5 3
MT. ELIZA GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
MT. ELIZA GROUP Mrs Frank Purnell reports that Mrs Phillip Cell, of Selsdon Park, has generously offered her tennis court and the use of the garden furniture for a charge of 10/ per day to aid the Red Cross funds. Any members of the public who desire to avail themselves of this offer may do so by ringing Mt. Eliza 217. . Mrs Cell has also offered to sell flowers to the public in the intei'ests of the Red Cross, and her glorious garden may be inspected and flowers inay be ?purcfia'sed -by; those""who'dde sire to help her worthy effort. A col lection box for contributions has been placed at Selsdon Park. PEARCEDALE Pearcedale branch of the Red Cross held a most successful dance in the hall on Saturday night. Everyone en tered, into the spirit of the event, do ing their parts with patriotic zeal. The hall committee very kindly granted the hall free of charge. Mrs Robinson, Mrs Hillas and Mr Hey wood made the evening successful with-bright and cheerful dance music. The M.C., Mr W\isken....
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
PERSONAL --e--- Irs L. P1irker, a pioneer resident Frankston, who lives with her sis , Mrs E. Thompson, in High street, ebrated her 93rd birthday recently. st month we inadvertently credited Thompson with this fine achieve *,ot. Mrs Parker was' one ·of the st shareholders in the company.that. r(ned the original Mornington Stand Mir. and Mrs. F. G. Wills and Mr. Wills. ofl Denbigh street, returned Frankston last week after a fish g holiday at Jamieson. Mrs V. McComb, who has been ill r some time, is now convalescent. First-Constable Kofoed. has re nied duty after undergoing a slight eration. MIr J. F. Brown, organist at St. aul's Church of England; visited oangaratta last week. M?r G. Pentland has been appointed nior clerk at the nmunicipal offices, raokston. ANCING display, Miss Vesper's pupils, New wonder show, Mechan ics' Hall. Frankston, Tuesday, No vember 2,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
IBnllo..leriig · rh Ps A FRANKSTON MOTOR I Cabinei BOOZ INGh o AT llr:ARAGE ^TER 'CRAFTSMEN I Melboure Road, TORANKSTON ., . WILSON & BROS.) Phones 101, 97. Syong andi Beach streett : Old established authorised General * OPPen reconimendatlons from a 01O propositions on trade-ins ellominent Residents. ;Ire the best in Town. It will pay you i•rnhi 1*.l" O. J. OLSEN. • . m ?n A 11 AlIi ,lie I R iM"- " =. . ?. . =? " .."€' '? 4 "• '= AUTOMOBILE ENGINEER PLAYNE STREET FRANKSTON. Phone 77. STANDARD CARS SALES AND SERVICE. JANTZEN Fo All Requirement in Swim Suits, inspect our large new variety Ain all popular makes.. A. M. EADIE 587 BAY STREET. WOULD OUR CLIENTS KINDLY NOTE The Following Forthcoming Auction Sales of Valuable Freehold Property ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25-On the property, Dandenong Road, near Beach" Street, Frankston: Weatherboard Dwelling. Executor's Realising Auction, 3 p.m. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30-In Our Auction Rooms at 3 p.m. that Fine Property known as "Currup Curru...
POSTAL HOLIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
POSTAL HOLIDAY On Melbourno Cup day (Tuesday neRxt) the Frankston post office will be one nfrom '9 n.m.' to' 1(0 a.m. for all classes5es of business except money `nrderg 'and savings bank deposits. De live'r 'by' postmen 'will be effected in •the morning' ?? usual. The last mail for, Melbourne ",will dlose at. 10 a.m., but the usual.night clearance of letter receiver?s wlld take place. ::
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL GOLF GYMKHANA [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
'COMMUNITY HOSPITAL GOLF GYMKHANA Glorious weather favored the first golf gymkhana held at the Lmunicipal links on Saturday for the funds ofj..the Frankston, Com-. munity Hospital. * The course was at its best, and the freshly cut greens made low scores the order of the day. Although entries were not as large as anticipated, competitors spent a delightful 'day. The success of the gymkhana fully justified the holding of the fixture, which, it is hoped, will become at least an annual one. The trophy for the 18S holes open event was won by R. .Harris, who re turned 75. Other results were: Eighteen holes 'scratch (14 handi cap and under): 70-P. Holding; 78 Evan Davies; 79-A. Artis. Eighteen holes scratch (over 1'1 handicap): S3--L. Prosser; 84--G. Davis; 87-G. Halford, R. James, J. Rowbury. Eighteen holes handicap: 60O-G. Halford (27), R. James (27); 64-K. Watson (26), R. Miles (27); 65-J. Swanson (27). Nine holes out: 291-G. Halford (131). Nine holes in: 24-R. .Tames (135). Nine holes ...
SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
' SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS :-Anlong successful candidates at re cent University of Melbourne Music lExamnations was Shirley Procter, swho passed grade VT. piano with cre dit Shirley is a pupil of Miss Lyla Barrett. SOCIAL afternoon, November 8, Presbyterian School Hall, to aid refreshment stall. Programme by children.
FRANKSTON COURT DEBT PAYMENT ORDERED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
-DEBT PAYMENT ORDERED At the Frankston Court on Friday, before Messrs Bell and Wheeler, J's.P., applications were made by J. C. O'Brien, produce merchant, of Frankston, and Wyndham Smith, laborer, of Pearcedale, for the com mitment under the Imprisonment of Fraudulent Debtors Act of J. Dowling, of Ha.ven Hill, Cranbourne road, Frankston. . . Dowling had been ordered 'by the Frankston Court on July 11 to pay to O'Brien the sum of £3/4/2, with 15/6 costs,. and to Smith...the sum of £ 3/15/7, with 15/6 costs. The com plainants alleged that the amounts remained due and unpaid. Mr R. C. Taylor, who appeared for both complainants, told the court that when served with the fraud summons by him in Scott's Hotel, Melbourne, Dowling had stated that he would not be able to attend the court on October 27 as he was going to Balranald, New South Wales, before that date. He had, said Mr Taylor, refused to pay the amounts before leaving this State. The court found that Dowling was, at the time of th...