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R.V.I.B. Annual Demonstration Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
.R.V.I.B. - Annual Demonstration Meeting There was a large and. representa tive attendance at the annual demon stration meeting of the Frankston auxiliary of the Royal Victorian In stitute for the Blind held on INfovem ber 8. Senior scholars of the Frank ston Elementary School were also Present. Films depicting causes and prevention of blindness were screen ed. A stirring address was delivered by Mr van Assche, organiser of R.V.I.B. auxiliaries. He praised the generosity of Frankston and Mount Eliza residents and the activity of the Frankston auxiliary. hic ? he Wvas one of the best auxiliaries fune. tioning in_ the State. A splendid musical progrIal1Inie '~ submitted by Mr Jack 13"rns L tone and pianist), Mr Alan nOOde trumpeter), and Mr W. I ule (vioi ist) en Several' new • memberS ere rolled. Afternoon tea provided bT members of the auxiliary was eerV? Ice cream, the gift of Messrs Sxalli and Arlel, found ready sale, esPclIreI on the arrival of the school clliredn The fumnction p...
ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Pillow Case Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Pillow Case Afternoon A- large gathering of members met rt' the Memorial Hall last Tliursday' i6or the final meeting of the year, which took the form of a pillow case afternoon. Twenty-four of these were brought along and sent to the hospi tal, making a very nice Christmas donation with a cheque of £10 from the Frankston branch of the, Alfred ,-Iospital auxiliary. A. record number of 394 dozen eggs were sent in during October, thanks to the residents and supporters of Frankston. Through the kindness of Mrs Cain, of "Grace Hill," Oliver's Hill. her lovely gardens will be the setting for a .garden fete to be held on January ,13 to aid the funds. There will be all kinds of stalls, novelties; and other attractions, and' the committee hopes .to make the function a greait; success. Should this paragraph catch the eye of any grateful friend of the Alfred ,Hospital the committee will be de lighted to receive any small donation in handwork or produce-in fact, any th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
NEW MENTONE ePhoes PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC Phone i4 . Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McCrea Union Pacific (Suitable for general exhibition) Also James Craig and Betty Furness North of Shanghai (Not suitable for general exhibition) MATINEE SATURDAY 2.30. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Mickey Rooney Huckelberry Finn Also Charlie McCarthy and W. C. Fields You Can't Cheat an honest Man All for General Exhibition. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Melvyn Douglas and Virginia Bruce There's that Women Again Also Tom Walls and Renee St. Cyr. Strange Boarders Both Pictures Not Suitable for General Exhibition. CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Joan Crawford and James Stewart The Ice Follies of 1939 Also Warner Baxter and Lynn Bari The Return of the Cisco Kid (Programme for General Exhibition.) PLAZA Chelsea's New Theatre (OPPOSITE STATION) ALL FEATURE PROGRAMMES Complete Change of Programme Twice Weekly. NEW SOUND SCREEN. Saturday; Monday, Tuesday, Novemb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
Want Ads. Cost Less and Get Results S"THE STANDARD"" ntAd WANT ADS It Ps for 14 Wordsagent ADS. to use the your Newsagent IPhone Frankton 6. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1939 PAG " WANT -'ADS. J. C. BRIEN GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG J. C. U.BRIEN' MERCHANT public Market,. Wells St., Frankston. ,E: Frankston 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. t F.A.Q ................. 3/5 Bran .... ....... .... 51 bush 5/3 .. . 5/6 Pollard . ............ 7 bush 6/9 ory King... ..... 8/6"., Prime Chaff ............. 5/3 5/9 7/6, 8/ A .g. Cement ............... .... ... 4/1 ,Algerian . cwt. 12/- Limil ................ ... 3/3 nfeast Peas .. 22/6 bush. Polly Feed .... .... .... .... 4/3 rue .. ....... . 1/10 lb. Super ........ ... ........ 6/9 Clover ...... .... 1/3 lb. Blood and Bone ............ 10/9 e eal ....... .... Bush 2/3 Super Eone ........ 9/9, 10/9 k Starter ........ 11/ Market Garden .... ... 12/9 ing a ..s h ............ 8/ hng Mash .... . 7/ Straw, Bale .... ........ .... .... 3/ k Now for Your Super Requir...
OBITUARY MRS. M. E. NICHOLSON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
OBITUARY MRS. M. E. NICHOLSON, Mrs Martha Elizabeth Nicholson died suddenly on November 13. Mrs Nicholson was the second daughter of the late Mr and Mrs F. R. Wells, and was born in Frankston, where she lived for most of her life, with a few years spent in other parts of Victoria where her husband was stationed. She enjoyed the friendship of a large circle of friends, by whom she was held in high esteem. She is survived by her husband, four daughters and one son. A service was conducted at the home by Rev. G. A. Osmond, who also read the burial servide. Mr Hec- tor Gamble conducted the funeral ar- rangements. The pall-bearers were Messrs C. Gray, H. McComb. R. Pick- ing, G. Kermingham, J. Whittaker, W. Wells. G. Temperley, and the coffin bearers were Messrs C. Stanley, J. McCulloch (sons-in-law), W. Walker, L. Walker. R. Wells and. H. Wells. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
TENNIS CAULFIELD-CARRUM A GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
TENNIS CAULFIELD-CARRUM A GRADE Men's Doubles: ,Bentleigh LV 4/8/58 d Cheltenham 0/2/29. Peters 'and INette a Allan and Stooke, 6/3, 5/6, 6/3;- Gallagher and Darlig d' ,.F. Stooke and Howe, 6/1, 6/.0; Gallagher and Darling d Allan and Stooke, 4/6, 6/3, 7/5; Peters and Nette d Stooke and Howe, 6/0, 6/2. Mordialloc 4/8/57 d Mildun- 0/2/37. Chicld and Parker d Harrison and Scoullar, 6/2, 6/3;' Chick and Parker d Grant and Mills, 6/4,.5/6, .7/5; An drew and Hunt d Grant and Mills, 6/5, 6/3; Andrew and Hunt d Scoullar and Harris, 3/6, 6/1, 6/2. Highett 3/7/63 d Parkdale 1/3/55. Portei and Crawford lost to B. Gould thorpe and Mudge, 2/6, 6/4, 6/8; Por ter and Kilner d K. Gouldthorpe. and Maggs, 6/1, 6/4; Porter and Crawford. d Gouldthorpe and Maggs, 6/4, 1/6, 18/16; ;Porter and Crawford d Gould thorpe and Mudge, 6/4, 6/2. Ormond 3/7/55 d Belvedere 1/3/3, Wilson and Pierson lost to Currain and Colville, 5/6, 6/3, 4/6; Wilsonbhaud Pierson d McDonald and. Ryan, 6/3; 6/0; NeWvham and McFadzea...
R.S.S.I.L.A. OLD -TIME DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
, -R.S.S.ILA. - OLD-TIME DANCE The fine attendances at dances held in the Solaier Saturday nights Prove this be one of the most Dopu ar a dances held in Fran.. lat urday the Monte Carlo wa t Mr H. A. Allclhin and blos MONDAY'S D.NCE Commencing on M -onday 27, a 50/50 dance will be ieat, the Soldiers' Hull. A good has been engagedl and th, adlniesion is 1/1. All profits devoled to the Conforto FUndare purchase of extra comforts dor troops engaged in guard du e in the A.I.F. contingents. LADIES' AUXILIARY At a meeting of the aUx was -decided to again enteral Caulfleld Diggera on Noveer Gifts of flowers and cakes will preciated, and may be left at l morial Hall, Thompson street, 2.30:'on the same afternoon.
MODERN CAR MANUFACTURE. Successful Picture Night. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
MODERN CAR MANUFACTURE. Successful Picture Night. Mr. O. J. Olsen, the sole Frank ston and district authorised General Motors distributor and dealer for Buick and Chevrolet cars, staged a talking film show of high education al value at the Frankston Motor Garage on Monday night. Nearly 400 people attended. Sound organisation and particular attention to detail were responsible for a successful night. Mr. Olsen amply 'demonstrated that a thing worth doing is worth 'doing well, as the iremarks of the Shire President (Cr. A. M. Heath) showed. Cr. Heath formally thanked Mr. Olsen. and General Motors.Holdens for the excellent series of talking films exhibited. Even people not mechanically minded were able to follow the pictures intelligently and to glean considerable information of the procedure of modern car manu facture.
SOMERVILLE DWELLING BURNT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
SOMERVILLE DWELLING BURNT One of the' oldest dwellings in the district, the original Gomm home stead, was 'burnt to the ground be tween 9 and 10 p.m. on Saturday dur ing the temporary absence of the. owner, Mr E. Gomm. Although a num ber of townspeople hurried to the scene as soon as the blaze was noticed, the flames had too great a. hold to- permit,. anything- being 'done: It was imnpossible to save anything. Mrs Gomm was away on a visit to her daughter at Redcliffs. The building and furniture were covered by insurance, but Mr Gomm lost all his personal effects, and will be a heavy loser. AUSTRALIAN TEA An .Australian tea`' will be held. to assist Red Cross funds on Thursday, November 30, at 2.30 p.m. at the hoine of Mrs Wells in Station street, Somer ville. GUIDES' ASSOCIATION The annual meeting of the local as sociation of the Guides and Brownies will 'be held in the Scout Hall on Tuesday, November 28, at 3 p.m.
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY The women's auxiliary of the Frank ston Community Hospital held a very well attended meeting at thb shire hall recently. The president (Mrs Pratt) was in the chair and welcomed new members. The committee desires to thank the Horticultural Society for itd donation of £1/4/3, the proceeds from the sale of flowers from its last flower show. Thanks are also ex tended to Mr F. Wills and to all those who have so generously helped to augment, the funds, of the hospital in any way. - Mr Downs, of the Frankston Riding Club, and the general hospital com mittee have donated a pony which will be disposed of at a bazaar which will be held a tthe Wattle Palias on Friday, February 9. .. SGifts of money or goods will be gratefully accepted by tlhe committee to make the function a success.
(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
(To the Editor) Sir,-It would appear that in re porting the numerical strength of-my group as 81 .financial members and five other workers I have given of fence to some who do not know or understand the status of the "other workers." Anyone may, become a member of the Red. Cross Society on payment of an, annual subscription of 2/, but every financial member is not neces sarily a worker, although their sub scriptions are ;the necessary "sinews -of wair. . There is no distinction made,and no slur cast on the "other workers." In fact, these five have been invalu able to me, and included in their numn ber are my hus'band and son. I make no apologies.--Yours . etc., BETTY F. TAYLOR. Groiup Representative, Frankston.
GOLF LONG ISLAND CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
GOLF L G---0--" LONG ISLA4ND CLUB Scores in the bogey comnpetition held at the Long JIsland Golf Club on Friday for a cup presezited by Rear Admiral Seral, of the Royal Navy, .for competition by officers of the Flinders Naval Depot were as follow: A.trR. Saltmarsh (14), square; P. Trivett (13), 1 down;. A.. Matthews (15), 2_ down; B. Glowry 1(15), 3 down; Surg. Comm. D. Woolco't (10); 4 down; W. G. Honeybunn,.(18),.. 5 down; . H. Mc. Ginness' (18), 5. down., Results of the stroke competition played on Saturday were: 73--A T. Muntz (9); 74--E. McBain (19); ??5 W. Stahle (14); 76--R.; A. Scott (16); 77-K. Cameron (18).
CORRESPONDENCE BRAWL ECHO (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
CORRESPONDENCE -a--e BRAWL ECHO (To the Editor) Sir,-Apropos of the much discuss ed brawl which took place outside (and I enmphasise "outside") the Wat tle Palais on November 11, there is obviously another side to the question which is entitled to ni hearing. The sponsor of the Palais has no hesitation in submitting for general knowledge and to the people who wish to make Frankston, the popular, decent resort we all desire it to be, that the hall under his control is as well managed as possible. The cloak rooms for ladies and gentlemen are supervised by paid attendants and another attendant is in charge of the general conduct of the floor. I would inform "Clean 'Em Up" that this gentleman is very capable and ready to deal with any conduct he may deem unsuitable. No liquor is ever consumed on the premises. The Chelsea bus leaves Frankston 'by 12.15-the Wattle Palais, as far as the management is concerned, is a "black-out." "Clean 'Em Up" strongly hints that the affair under review wa...
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL BENEFITS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL BENEFITS From Golf Gymkhana. The golf gymkhana held at the Municipal Golf Links to raise funds for the Frankston Community Hospi tal was so successful that a cheque for £25 will be handed to the presi dent of the Hospital committee (Cr. J T,. Pratt) on Sunday, November •26,' at 4 p.m., in' the club house. Trophies. won at the gymkhana will also be presented. .During the afternoon, a mixed four somes event will be played, in which members and their. friends and part ners are invited to enter. THE annual .Scotch Fair will take place in the Mechanics' Hall, on .Thursday. Bargains in abundance. (donation by Mr. Mills, Qualeta House) £1/15/, Girl Guides (Somer ville) £1/1/4, Mrs. Scott 12/6, Miss A.. Summing 5/,. Mrs. Keast's tennis day £2/S/, Seaford group (Mrs Miles) "Mrs. Allan .Taylor's group (Mrs. Pow .nall-weekl~) 2/6; Mrs. Rogerson's box 3/1,' tea money 6/3, Mr. O'Grady £5/q/, Solo Club 15/, Mrs. Jacob's fete £6/7/10, .Mrs. E. Lewis (bridge) 17/: total £240/0/9....
BEER AT DANCES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
BEER:AT DANCES. : (To the Editor.) Sir,-In: ;rference to: the letter in your paper: on the 17th inst., signed I 'Clean ,'Em Up," I wish to state that the blame -should: not rest on the fact of a .bus. conveying- passengers from Edlthvale. and Chelsea. The buses. were not the only conveyances park ed 'outside the dance hall. -There were cars and trucks from other paits of the district which bring people who regularly patronise the local dances. As this is' of interest to me, "Clean 'Em Up" is quite cor rect in believing liquor is not allow ed on the buses, under no considera tion whatever has it been allowed. What of the supply of liquor which appears to be obtainable in the vicin ity .of the dance hall? The people involved in the disturbance were not passengers in the. buses that night, as the buses were ready to leave when the. disturbance was noticed, and no one was allowed to leave their seats. Perhaps if "Clean 'Em Up" was to travel on the ,buses he would see for 'himself how ca...
HASTINGS WOMAN COMMITTED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
HASTINGS WOMAN COMMITTED -Marie Mabel Heatoni, married, of Crib Point, was charged at the Hast ings Court on Wednesday with having entered the dwelling house of Samuel Alfred Bennett or on about November 12, and with having stolen a wallet and about £5/10/ in money, to the -value of £6. Samuel Alfrod Bennett, real estate agent, of Crib Point, gave evidence that le placed the wallet Iproduced in court which had contained about £6 in a wardrobe in the front bedroom of his house. At about 2.45 p.m. on November 12 he left his home after locking all the doors and windows with the exception of one window. He returned at about 5 p.m. on. the same day. The next day he found that the wallet-was missing. Detective Carruthers, of Brighton, told the court that accused was ques tioned on November 15. She at first denied any knowledge of. the theft. Later she made a statement. In the alleged statement read in court, ac cused admitted entering Bennett's house through the unlocked window at 3.30 on...
EIGHT PAGES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
EIGHT PAGES _- Readers will be pleased to learn that the "Standard" will revert to the old style.of an eight-page paper as from next Friday, 1st December. This has been made possible only by-the strictest economy at headquarters of Standard Newspapers Pty. Ltd., who, like all other newspaper pro prietors, are suffering by the extreme scarcity of newsprint in Australia. In addition to reverting to eight pages next week, .the l"Standard" will also contain a beautiful free art calendar for 1940.
RED CROSS SHIRE BRANCH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 November 1939
RED CROSS -0 SHIRE BRANCH REPORT. The fortnightly meeting of the Frankston and Hastings Branch of the Victorian Red Cross was held"at the Frankston Depot on Thursday; November 22. Mrs. Allan Taylor was elected head of stores, with Miss Kilt burn as her assistant, following the resignation of Mrs. Grice from that position. Mrs. Grice's resignation was accepted by the ronimittee with regret, and a vote of thanks was tendered to her for her work. Mrs. G. Austin (hon. treasurer) to fill the vacancy left by the resigna tion of Mrs. Anderson, who has ac cepted the position of assistant sec retary. Mrs. Bourke had- been elect ed to fill the position of buyer for the branch, with Mrs. F." Purnell. The president- expressed the ap preciation of herself and the commit tee to those ladies who had accept ed office and who were so ready' to give their services for the cause.. GROUP LEADERS' REPORTS Mrs.' Keast (Frankston) reported that the tennis tournament organised by Mrs. Gloulry and Mrs. Lane...