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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

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Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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"A Little Dutch Girl" Is Musical Feast [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

"A Little Dutch Girn" Is Musical Feast "A Little Dutch Girl," .Parramatta Musical Society's current production, which evened at. the City Hall on Monday night, is light, bright entertainments, with attractively costumed principals and chorus in excellent voice providing a musical feast in .a colorful setting. JACK ELLICH Several new members of the company show promise of be coming "leading lights" of future productions, notably Jess Stuart, a dignified but vivacious heroir.. (Princess Julia) with a delight ful soprano; and Ken Collett, showihg a good grasp of comedy as-the harassed equerry, Posch. He makes his solo in the comic number "Tired" one of the show's highlights. In the principal romantic male lead, Jack Ellich as Prince Paul has handsome stage appearance and a pleasing baritone voice, but his acting suffers from the stiffness and lack of emotional expression too often the fault, alas,. of musical comedy heroes. JESS STUART Nevertheless, as this is the first cccasion he has...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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"THUMBS UP" FOR SPASTIC CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

"'THUMBS UP" FOR SPASTIC CENTRE "Thumbs Up," a variety revue, will be presented at Parramatta City Hall on Wednesday, De cember 13, and again on Friday, December 15, in aid of the Spastic Centre. Comedy, music and dancing are compacted to .make this a fast-moving show with emphasis on- comedy, and unusual acts providing highlights. "Thumbs Up" is directed by Neil Hall, with a cast of pro fessional aid amateur artists assuring loads of light, .bright en. tertainment throughout.

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Guildford C.P.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

Guildford C.P.A. Newly-formed Guildford Cen tral Progress Association is ap pealing to local residents to be come members. The Association proposes to work for the improvement and welfare of. the district. Several new members were en rolled at the last meeting of the Association. -Meetings are held monthly in the Church of England School Hall, Guildford. The next meeti.og will be held cn Tuesday, December 19.

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Town And Country Wedding [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

Town And Country Wedding Wedding of interest to town and country, took place recently at St. John's, Parramatta, when Iris, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Metcalfe of Merry lands was married to Mr. Her bert Boxsell, eldest son of Mr. and. Mrs. E. C. Boxell, of Berry, South Coast, N:S.W.). The bride wore a gown of white chantilly lace, fashioned withr sweetheart. neckline and skirt- forming a train from the waist-i. She added a beautiful full-lerigth embroidered veil (lent -by a schoolfriend, Mrs. Alice Knott) held. by a halo of orange blossom and tulle.' Her bouquet was of white bridal roses and orchids. Bridesmaids were Misses Joy Dillon (in mauve taffeta),- Joan Rowntree (gold taffeta), Yvonne Jones, of Dorrigo (coral taffeta) and-Olive Jones (green, taffeta), with little flower girl, Wendy Leys, aged 6, in blue taffeta. Their . gowns .were styled with sweetheart necklines and trim med with gold sequins, and matching headdresses were of ,net and flowers. Each carried a bouqu...

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TO DRAIN SUBWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

TO DRAIN SUBWAY Plans for extensive drainage :work in' a subway in Parramatta Road, Granville, proposed by-the A.ýiii t Ikpadls Dep2artmiitt; 'toliia i :late flooding, have been agreed to by the City Engineer (Mr. W. C. Andrews). Traffic is often blocked in Parramatta Road, when heavy rain floods the subway under the main western railway line. The Department will foot the bill.

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Novel Decorations At Red Cross Market Day [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

Novel Decorations A; Red ? Cross a? M ket Day Unusual and. attractive stall decorations were a feature of a successful "Market Day" held recently by-Parranmatta Red. Cross bFraich' at the City Hall. Branch funds will beniefit by £180 froni the day: Among the. many -.delightful decorations which intrigued visitors were paper- ow)s' deck ing the sweet' stall, and a big \wihite elephar.t painted on black background' for'ming the central 'motif ef 4ha riis.ellaneous stall's decor. At the rolduce stall a blaze o.f bougarivillia blossoni ar.t green fern., created; a -."striking. display. -' The fete 'was officially opened by Mr. G: C. 'Gollan, M,;L?.A Wjho was acconipanied by .Mrs. Gollan. A floral presentation to Mrs. Gollan was, inade. by Shir ley Baldwin, and: Sylvia McWhir "-ter. A floral tribute, in the, form of a crir.itline-skiirted 'doll was also made to the branch ' president, Mrs.: F. W. Ewart, ,by .Mrs. I. Drummond, on behalf" of the members. Anw' especially.:popular feature, t...

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HOME SCIENCE SCHOOL DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

HOME SCIENCE.. SCHOOL DISPLAY An outstanding display of work was given last Friday by the students of Parramatta Second ary Home Science School. The girls, dressed in gay cos tumes, performed folk dances and physical culture exercises before a large audience of rela tives and visitors. Much ' admired were baby clothes knitted by the pupils for Renwick and Crown Street Hos pitals, and decorated needlework baskets and dresses. The art examples were of high standard, especially the colour ful designs painted on chiffon scarves.. Robin Crofts (15), of Merry lands, a third year girl; is a promising artist, her teacher, Miss E. Cook, said.

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KILTED GUARD OF HONOR FOR BRIDAL PAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

KILTED GUARD OF HONOR FOR BRIDAL PAIR Seventy-five yards of tiny frills made up the lace-trained skirt of the Chantilly lace 'and tulle bridaJl gown worn? by Betty Maureen Holland, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Holland, of Parrainatta, for her recent marriage to Douglas David Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Jackson, of Merrylands. She added a three-tiered veil held by a headdress of orange blossom, and carried a shower, bouquet of white gladioli, carna tions and gardenias. The Rev: C. L. Oliver officiat ed at the wedding, held at St. Mark's, Granville. The bride was piped into church by Parramatta Pipe Band, who were in ceremionial kilted dress and later formed a guard of honor for the bridal party after the service, Bridesmaids were Misses Joari. Holland, June Holland, Gloria Brodie and Joy Perry. The quartette were gowned :in lace and tulle in harmonising pastels green, 'pink, lemon1 and blue. Each wore a Dutch -bonnet to, mafeth the color of her frock and all 'iearied bouiquets .o...

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Ambulance Cricket [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

Ambulance- Cricket Parramatta branch of St. John's Ambulance defeated the Canter bury-Bankstowzi branch outright in a. recent cricket match. Details : Canterbury-Bankstown, 1st in nings, 42 (P. MVcMahon 22, V. Figg 2-20, B. Melville 4-12, P. Davies 3-6, B. Banks 1-4). Parramatta, 1st innings, 72- (B. Melville 37, R. Taylor 12 n.o., P. McMahon 5-21). Canterbury-Bankstown, 2nd in nings, 6-33 (closed). (P. McMahon 25, B. Melville 1-12, B. Banks :-10, P. Davies 4-0 :including hat trick). Parramatta, 2nd innings, 3-33 (P. Davies 22).

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SOCIAL SPOTLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

: i 5 TI L? H ??TI WITH CHRISTMAS less than three weeks off, the social calendar is brimful to-overflowing with parties and celebrations. Parramatta Business and. Professional Men's Club is showing the real Santa spirit on Saturday, December 16,. when members will entertain local crippled children at a Christmas Tree Party at the.Club's premises in. Marsden Street. A Christmas tree will .be erect ed in the grounds, loaded with gifts-one for each of the 80 children cared for by Parra matta-Rosehill Auxiliary of tlhe N.S.W. Society for Crippled Children. It is expected that only about 50 of these youngsters will be able to attend the party, but arrangements are made for little absentees to receive their gifts just the same. Specialty .enter tainment and a Christmas feast are also being provided by the club. Details were discussed last week,, when the club commit tee met the Executive of Parra matta-Rosehill Auxiliary. Alder man H. V. Horwood (Club presi dent) and Mrs. J. K. Noller (Au...

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RAISED £68 [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

RAISED £68 Charity workers raised more than £68 in MVierrylands and -Guildford during a recent drive 'or funds for the N.S.W. Society for Crippled Children. The workers, headed by the Mayoress (Mrs. W. Campbell); sold buttons, 'conducted a stall,, and issued collection boxes. Sale of buttons raised £45 for the Society.

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MAY ENFORCE PARKING LIMIT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

MAY ENFORCE PARKING LIMIT A 30-minute parking limit may shortly be imposed in Merry lands shopping 'centre during business hours. Holroyd Council has decided to ask Inspector Ryan, O-I-C, Police Division 21, to impose the restriction. This follows complaints that vehicles are parked all day jn Merrylands Road, and 'Miller Street, preventing motorists parking their vehicles to do their shopping. The proposed restriction will limit the parking of vehicles be tween 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. during week-days, and 9.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. on Saturdays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

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SCHOOL CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

SCHOOL CRICKET Granville Central- School's .2nd Grade" B team, winners of Div ision B, won outright their game against Granville 2nd Grade A team, winners' of division A, played recently on Merrylands Oval. - Results: A team, first innings, 105: (Woods 23, Collison 45 not out, Roberts 16,' Smith 6 for 35). B team, first innings 125 (Smith 58 not out, Tinson 17, Greentree 16, Roberts 4 for 47, Robertson 5 for 24). A team, second- i.nings: 72 (Kil patrick 15, Robertson: 16, Tinfson 5 for 32, Smith 4 for 15).: : 12). The death occurred recently of Mrs. Julia Mary -Blythe (84) at her residence, Bellevue Street, Paframatta. ,Her husband predeceased her. She is survived by a daughter.

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SPEEDWAY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

SPEEDWAY NOTES Auto Speedways will hold racing at Cumberland Oval to-night (Wednes day). English riders, captained by Aub Lawson, will compete as a team against Parramatta Panthers, cap tained by Arthur Payne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade WESTMEAD v. RANGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

I r/ Ru Y/k : y A r s.t [ tj Y t· A Grade WESTMEAD v. RANGERS Won by Westmead on first innings by 136 runs. Westmead, first innings, 208. Rangers, first innings, 72 (H. Mitchell .21, J. Longbottom 14, K. Incher 3-25, C. Lothian 3-6). Rangers, second innings, 6-109 (K. Wilson 36, D. Harvey 36, F: Wright 1-11, K, Kirkness 1-4, C. Lothian 1-16, V. Owers 1-9). GRANVILLE BAPTIST v. ST. GEORGE Won by Granville Baptist on first innings. 4St. George,. first innings, 117. Granville Baptist, first innings, 163 (H. Watson 52, J. Sales 47, T. Uhr 3-37). St. George, second innings, 6-89. WI{NTWORTH v. HOLROYD Won by Wentworth. Wentworth, first innings, 99 (V. Lane 49). Holroyd, first innings, ,72 (W. Oglesvey- 21). A Reserve Grade WALLAROOS v. GOODYEAR Won by Wallaroos on first innings by 103 runs. Wallaroos, first innings, 8-283. Goodyear, first innings, 180. Goodyear, second innings, 9-115. HOWARD AUTO v SHAMROCKS Won by Howard Auto outright. Howard Auto, first innings. 193. Shamrocks, first i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 December 1950

(By Harry Quigley.) Sol Rex, last Saturday win ner, is aptly named. He is by Sun King. - "I" -.9 The S.T.C. is laying down a cinders -track at Rosehill- much to the "satisfaction. of local trainers. Frayed tempers should be a .thing of the past. + "1 + Jimmy Jones, who recently passed into the, Great Silence, was such an early worker -at Rosehill that it was said that when he went to the flicks he came out at the interval to take his team to the track. If all-day programmes are to be staged, most trainers will be doing similarly. In the old pony days, I went to a meet ing that began at 10 a.m. and came away at mid-day tired, uninterested and nearly broke. Never again. 1 + -- " They say that -when agents at the markets find a line hanging they put up the price and buyers rush in. Well, connec tions of Captain Roddy, must have held a similar idea when they nomin.ated him for the Homebush Handica., which was staged at Randwick last Satur day. The Captain had been getting beaten in novi...

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