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TENNIS C. P. T. A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
TENNIS C. P. T. A. The following are the results of matches played last Saturday: A Grade: Mornington 2 d. Somers (forfeited); Mornington 1, 111 games d. Tyabb 83 games. B Grade: Hastings 1 117 games d. Tyabb .74; Main Ridge 120 d. Hast ings 2 42; Sorrento 104 d. Baxter 89; Red Hill 117 d. Somerville 63. The positions of clubs after. five matches, are as follow: A Grade: Sorrento 10, Mornington 1, 8; Rosebud 8, Red HiLl 8, Bittern 6, Somerville 4, Baxter 2, Morning ton 2, 2; Tyabb 2, Somers 0. B Grade: Red Hill South 10, Rose bud 8, Bittern 8, Main Ridge 6, Sor rehto 6, Somerville 4, Hastings 1, 4; Baxter 2, Tyabb 2, Hastings 2, 0.
SCHOOLGIRL KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
SCHOOLGIRL KILLED Crossing the road outside the Park dale school on Monday afternoon, Dorothy Lawson (7), of McBean street, Parkdale, was struck by a motor car. She was admitted to the Alfred Hospital, where she died soon afterwards from head injuries. The accident was mentioned at the Mordi alloc council meeting, where it was regretted that the road could not be made gafer at that point.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE AN EASY WAY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE AN EASY WAY When the family have colds, the washing of handkerchiefs is often an unpleasant task. This is easily over come if the handkerchiefs are soaked in water to which is added a little salt. RAISIN LOAF Over one cup of raisins pour one small cup of boiling water, add one teaspoon. bicarbonate of soda, let stand till cool. Beat one tablespoon butter, half cup sugar to a cream, add one egg, beat well, then add raisins and water and 11 cups self-raising flour. Bake one hour in' moderate oven. This is -'better made day pre vious to serving. CANADIAN CHEESE STRAWS" Most original is the method used in mixing these appetisigg trifles. Half a cup of flrmly-chilled butter is 'dust ed liberally with flour and together with a !piled-up cup of chopped cheese is put through the mincer. Three-. quarters of a cup of flour is added to the mixture, together with a little salt, a pinch of cayenne pepper and one teaspoon of mustard. After a thorough kneading the dough is rolled...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
[W\ant Ads. Cost Less and Get Results Want-Ad. Costs . for 14 Words Your Newsagent "THE STANDARD" WANT ADS... Phone Franketon 6. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1939 PAGE 'P$krt It Pays to use the WANT ADS. SC. O BIEl GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG i J. *." u.LIr A MERCHANT Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. NE: Frankston 108. After Hours; Somerville 254. Growing Grain ........ ......... 12/3 t, F.A.Q. ... 3/ Laying Mash ................ . 6/6 ard, s ......... ....... 6/3 Meggitts Meal ............ .... 10/9 .... .... 5/ Polly Feed .......... ....... 4/ e Meal ........ bush. 2/5 Chaff, Prime ... .. 4/10, 5/3 e 011 Meal .. ... 7/3 Cow Chaff .... .. ....3/ P w ....... ... "7/6, 8/-!: 2/Krafco e, lRed ........ 6/9, 7/6, 8/- .Krafco .. .......... .... .... .. 22/6 ory King ... ........ 7/6, 8/3 Super ........ ... .. .......... ..... 6/9 Oats, 23s ..... ... .... .... 6/6 Cem ent .... .... .......: .... ........ 4/1 cug Mash .... ...... 7/9 Limil ........ .: .................. .....3/3 ok Now for Your Super R...
FASHION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
FASHION Dorothy Lamour, Paramount. star in Man About Town, has a charm. Ing daytime costume for holiday functions. Claret-red ..silk - jersey, with a draped, shirred bodice and hip treatment; long sleeves and high, swathed neckline is accented by a single, antique gold clip .worn at one side of the bodice. A drapied, high turban of the same fabric has a matching. veil and Miss Lamour's shoes, gloves, bag and giant chiffon handkerchief match the dress. Another new gown porothy Lamour wears of late signifies her new man ner of dressing. It is of dead white satin, and sets off her beautiful brunette coloring to best advantage, and has a slim, draped skirt and a high-necked draped bodice. Fur hats continue to fascinate Hol lywood. feminine stars. Madeleine Carroll, starring in Paramount's Cafe Society, is wearing one of her fayv orite combinations, brown. and black, this season. A tiny pancake hat of mink has a black net snood. and is worn with a jacket of mink over a dress of black sil...
WITH ALLENBY IN PALESTINE Special Movie Film [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
WITH ALLEN'BY IN PALESTINE Special Movie Film One of the Red Cross groups has been successful in securing the Brit ishr official cinema film, With Allenby in Palestine, for exhibition on Tues day, :December 12. The film depicts scenes of special historic importance; such! as " the surrender- of Jerusalem, and, views :of the famous Australian Light Horse. The laying of a 150 mile, piPe line from the Suez Canal to Beersheba is of intense interest as it fulfilled century-old Arab prophecies felating to the time when the Tuirks would lose the 'Holy Land. A com ;mentary 'will, be given by Mr T. N. Foster. - .
SHADOW KING'S JOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
SHADOW KING'S JOCKEY Shadow King,-.still the idol of race goers-now in the capacity of a troo per's mount-is ridden by a local young constable-Guy Haberman, of Mentone. Trooper Haberman is an amateur wrestler of note, and on Sun day last he was noticed ipractising various gymnastic feats on the sand under the envious gaze of a well known and. popular senior-constable whose 'waistline does not permit of such athletic displays..
CHELSEA'S LOSS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
CHELSEA'S LOSS The southern' municipalities, and Chelsea in particular, have suffered a severe loss by the death of Mr Roy Beardsworth, one of the outstanding municipal councillors of the metropo lis. At the Mordialloc council meet ing on Monday Cr Edwards paid "tri .bute to the work and splendid charac ter of his late friend. Other members supported his words, and a motion of sympathy was carried. A full account of his career of public service is pub lished this week in the City of Chel sea News, obtainable at Milne's News agency, Mordialloc, and all news agents within, the -City of Chelsea.
CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
CARNIVAL The 1939-40 carnival promises to be a great success and will include many first class side-shows. Arrange ments are being made by the com mittee for the Red Cross' and War Service Funds, organisations., to .con dtict stalls. The Frankston Commu nifty Hospital Committee will. also de rive funds' from a stall and has been granted. the use to, the children's train.
CURRENT TOPICS SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
SMOKE SOCIAL. The Frankston sub-branch will en tertain all members and associate members to a smoke social on Friday, December 8. A euchre party to aid the Comforts Fund will be held on Thursday, December 7 at 8 p.m. The next monthly meeting will 'take place on Monday, December 4. FOR all. your garden accessories, see Swide range at Central Timber Yards, Playne st., Frankston.
MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS. (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS" (By. Espy) 2.0-HURDLE RACE= Whernside.. ... . .....1 Nevizes .. .... .. .. .. 2 Glowing .. .... ... 3 2.35-JUVENILE HANDICAP Sun Valley .. . .. 1 Stage Law .. .. .:. . . 2 Linkboy ... ... ...... 3 3.10-BENEFIT HANDICAP- -Red'Morn .. .. .. .... 1; Brethren .... ....?. . . ...3. . Limerick Lace ..... .. 3.45--FUND HANDICA?P- ::: L Temple Coyn .. ..::... . 1 Bankshaw .. .. ; Maluno .'; : . .. :- . 3 , 4.20-BENEVOLENT : HIGHWEIGHT Pine Peak ..1 .. .. .. . National .. . . * 2 Swettenhain .... 4.55-RELIEF TRIAL Nelson-.. .. ..'.. 1. 1 Bureaucrat .., .. MaiU Forti .S... ..
R.S.A. AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
.50/50 DANCE, Mechanics' Hall, Sat urday night. Competitions, novel-. ties, supper. Admission 1/. R.S.A. AUXILIARY The R.S.S.I.L.A. ladies' auxiliary again entertained a number of the sick diggers from Caulfleld. As this was the last time for the year, a spe cial, effort was made to make the ~afternoon an out'standing success. The ladies served a very dainty afternoon tea, followed by strawber ries and cream. A novel competition kept the. diggers entertained until it was' time to leave. Flowers and cakes were taken back to, each ward, -and the committee wishes to thank all those who made this possible by their generous donations.
SUCCESSFUL PUPILS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
SUCCESSFUL PUPILS. All the seven pupils presented by the Sisters: of St. Joseph, Frankston, for the recent Trinity College Exam inations obtained honors. The names of the candidates are:-Peggy Nolan, intermediate violin, 90 marks; Yvon 'ne Munbin, intermediate pianoforte, 88;- Mary Woiwood, intermediate pianoforte, 87; Lilian Horsefleld, junior pianoforte, '91; Norman Whit tingham:, advanced preparation, 85; Margot Sawyer, preparation, piano forte, 90; Valmai Carstens, first steps pianoforte, 90. The number of marks required to attain pass standarh is 65, honors 85.
CLUB HOUSE REPAIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
CLUB HOUSE REPAIRED. Necessary repairs to the Frankston Life Saving. Club house pending/the erection of a new building with the assistance of the council next year, have been carried out. The work had made the club house, which was in a shocking condition, better than it has been for some years. A large locker has been installed. The club lYouse will be locked when not ini use and financial members supplied with keys. The .annual meeting will be held shortly at the club house.
COMFORTS FUND BENEFITS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
COMFORTS FUND BENEFITS The dance conducted at the Sol diers' Hall on Monday night by the R.S.L. War Service Fund to supply comforts to men serving with the Australian forces, was most suc cessful and the hall was ,thronged with dancers. Ken Foster and his assistants supplied the music. The committee confidently expects ..full public support in this cause. ALL old students and friends invited to re-union dance at High School on Saturday, December 9.
THE STARS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
THE STARS' (By Firmament) Decem'ber 2: A favorable da draughtsmen. Windy and o which offsets the heat. December 3: Cooler. Avoid on around noon. From 4 to 5 p.m for tea tparties. December 4: Fine weather, A ,evefting for church meetings evening is fortunate, but late ete ing unfavorable for love eat slilendid for travel. Dramists good; ideas' on this night. weat S'December 5:. Changoable Morning-lucky. e Decemblier 6: High wind in e Opportunity hour 1 to 2 p.L. Ing good for original thinking' December7:? Before 10 n what 'obstructive. AfternooO ter. December 8: Before 10 a., iS for music, "short pleasure i fore 4 p.m. for a busy hour.