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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

,Oi Sits dauglter, House,, 1oane, jr' onle Gttd ournton) T I SiThe of dauglhter 0aloghatlO kston, to y son of ociol, of 11on. T y of tile. thank sin relatives, o for tele tribltes, nelons of recent sad lly thank ev. HuIn t Colminltu all please onal ex attulde. IM omory of our dear t away De and chil t mneory of ldest on, a ay Decemn- tl ford. as orines. 'I en, Geoff, ii 0 it ory of my g in Cliton, sai ember 21, j IsI otag wife. d my father, hi passed. , st, 1948. Keith, f memory of sa r brother, ion, N.G., fond and ci SI r Charlie, gi so emory of at and sis- Vj ho passed W Isu us has ,, stilled; hr ar home, in filled. r ton, ADVERTISEMENT " Conducted by the Frankston Seventh-day Adventist Church THE MAJESTY OF NATURALNESS THEODORE LUCAS Once upon a time, a teacher asked her students the ques tion, "If you could be someone else, who would you like to be?" The most interesting answer was "I don't want to be' anyone else, I'd rather be myself." No charm is so captivating as simple natu...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]WARRIAN ANNUAL GYMKHANA Record Attendance [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

I ARRIN ANNUAL GYMKHANA Record Attendance -. e.O.d t tenrlaince gave the Langwarrin rdacreason for smiles last Saturday. tiSn evby , lrouild success, despite two 1 B. Tumrncr (president), after thanking th t-e day such a success, explained the tpsle llcO dThe original date coincided iponeienk Show, so Langwarrin Gymkhana e Berck rd. Then weather conditions caused to the 3rd ?*this left Langwarriu no op !pone to t December 10. These clashes of pone by gainy fault of Berwick or Lang t ause Ot ng to a mistake made by the tr Council. le absence of ur Shire opened the tulated the -lendid effort, en appreciation ople of Lang ther In com quality of the Swas definitely yet, and visit edicted that if ues to improve annual gym be one of the Peninsula and Under 15: N. e l,; 2. Under 1; R. Farrant, o Mackey, 1; Under 6: Dan Jones, 2. Hop-. bly, 1; H. Fra ace: H. Fraser, SCoventry and Little and F. N. Hobbly, 1; oventry, 1; R. le race: S. 1; N. Hobbly guessing: Mr. ert Summer ), 1; C. Keogh 14.2...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST "Home Sweet Home." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

SEVENFTI-DAY AD.VENTIST ."Home Sweet' Home.'" ' -" . "Home SweetHHome" is 'the title ,f an address given by Pastor W, j. Hawken in the Voice of Pro phecy Tabernacle; Chlelsea, :last Sunday .evening. :. Pastor Hawken said -that the edcemed .would find that hea ,ein is a place of, everlasting joy Inmarred by any unhappiness, but others,- .the unsaved, those who had spurned God's great gift i salvation through Jesus Christ, would be terribly unhappy.'were t:cy penritted to enter that pure nd holy' place. The unregener te heart cannot enter there. Pas ur Hawken cited the following exts from the 'Scriptures: 'An, highway, shall be there, nd a' way, and it shall be called he way of holiness; the unclean hall not pass over it." .But "the ansomed of the Lord shall;?re. urn, ah'l come' to Zion with. songs' ad everlasting -joy .upon their sads: they shall obtain..joy. and *adness, and sorrow and. sighin'g hall flee away." (Isaiah 35: .8,' )). . "Then shall - the righteous: hine forth as. the ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

Sr F Arom Ausir efrindly Chrt Here ue -` eties. . our cob BEST'S SPARKLING (Carbonated) WYNVALE CHAMPAGN SEPPELT'S SOLERO SHERRY WYNVALE XMAS PORT. 4/9d, 4/.d, ASK US TO WRAP YOUR XBAS PR SPECIAL FESTIVE WRAPPER SRITCHIE OF FRANKSTON LICENSED GROCERS . '/- to 02/- ,/- -20 -Ronfo . xiThters, Chrouw Cji.;" Coort, 9 S•.. N a il a q d K . . . . .. .. , . . . t o 0 -t . . ? ? , . o S9 ct,. ail S.S. . .ert.ical . .... 209 210 Iloresh~oe and Natl Te Pin. 9 ct. gold 82/G Ronson Lighters, Chlorome Olti. Cases, to 5 /- to •/- . . 0/ -o ,30/ -, 20/ The "Prrclite " O: 1/09 to 9 ct., £10. 1/6 to 01-. Presentation Tankards,: 20, 27/6 to £2/21-. 1/1t Horse C)op, with Doays HCead "/. Dickson's P1'cie-, s7/6 and 421/0. /08 / 204 1/10 Horsc Crop, with lorse's Head 2-5,. All Sierc uiul s Listed, 9 ct £i/10/- to £o. 264 .% , 1/10 of 9 et.,. 7/- 10 6/-. , 1/10 Horse Crop. with orseshoe" .' 1/ ar'e-fol d T Vl tt' t.i S ·Mor ro . 320/- to 30 /. PA R N E L LSGIFT STO 572. Bay Street, Frankston r. Phone: F'...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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ST. BARNABAS,' SEAFORD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

: e ..?. - ...I 51. R . ? i1 ST. BARNABAS,' SEAFORD On last .Tuesday,: 13th; the church was filled for the .Sunday School. Carol .Service and prize-, giving..The carols were linked by ocripture readings and prayer .to give the message of Christmas: .A sulo was delightfully rendered 'by ,Aiss Cole. At the conclusion, the Vicar of Frankston (Rev. ,A. J. Whyte) presented .:prizes : to the successful .scholars. and:'. gave " a snort address to the parents and, friends. " . 'flie Sunday School will now be in rece-s till the endof olJaniuary, and it is hopea tnen to hoild :tne nuncay Senoot picnic, whichl hlias ueen postpi led because'- o.' 'tle 1o0Lo epidemic

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Australia Day" in Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

"Australia Day" in, Frankston The large and enthusiastic com mittee, formed recently to ar range,' for.. an adequate and worthy celebration of "Australia Day," has got quickly into stride. Naturally,. lack of time for or ganising will- not permit a really big function next month, but the 1951`, and:` onwards "Australia Day' celebrations in Frankston are' lilkely to bed outstanding. Next ?Vonth?'s function wvill in elude the :raising of the flag on the beach front, an address byya special speaker;iand probably the first official public appearance of the Frankston -Silver Band. Spec ial "Australia 'Day" buttons will be sold. At ..Friday's Council meeting a donation .of £5" tow ard the first year expenses.: of the Committee was jnade. '

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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[?]npany [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

P:~ *Company uing the og tests, for their they all when Miss Armadale ngers, a; Bell, came many will as Hanger Rangers is iris have their wil ut. ed Lenore lst Franks Wyatt is a es, and n helping Py wel ans, Julie ia, and howas an Julie was any, and ching the r national designing as Cards to friends ing their serviettes eWolcome Cameron this op. eveBrightyone aBright

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

XMAS AT.' s \. .. . 1:I ° .,.~~~ .i,· i . HE-THET BEST IN -E' i " ,ý" ." " .'? '2.. ,, 1 • a' o 11I "_ \ " ' HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE of The Standard WILL APP.EAR ONE • DAY E ARLIER THAN USUAL ADVERTISEMENTS WILL CLOSE 6 p.m. .MONDPY ALTERATIONS TO Standing Advertisements 12 NOON MONDAY For the FOLLOWING ISSUE on Thursday JAN. 12 TH'E USUAL CLOSING TIMES WILL OPERATE AGAIN

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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PRESBYTERIAN MEMORIAL MANSE OPENING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

:: M . ,;N: 1AXSE .OPENING.,:-,. ' The .opening and dedication ser: vice will be held next' Saturdaiy, Dec.,17-; at 2:30; at i3 Nolan 'St.; ii'rankston.i- The Chaplain-Generill (Rev. A. Stewairt),!assisted 'by tle senior chaplain -of the Presb.v IterialiUn urch of ?jictorii, ('Rev.; Y A R. MiacNeil, rC; M. ) id ilmemibers. of the ir'resbytey ot llltnders, will conduct, the service. The ilanise is a mdimorial .'tothe lour l'resbyterian chaplains ; of Victoria who served ind d'iediin Worlld ,Vlr II. .;-> ( The Ladies' "G ild 'ii.Avl !ietrve afternoon tea at the conqlusion of the ceremony, and the,-ladies of tile colgregation are asked to-as The Mase "is thle ,firstmemorial of its kifd in the post-wa irhistoy of-the 0Churchl iidVicfori?~ld? i brnrize?:.laque with the names o' the pdiaes will h eadisplayeda at the flont entrance.q ,- , i ' . Next Sunday ?^ the Cchlapl ain' Cene al will: condtuct Taniikaigvig Services at the church in; Davey St A gener al inviatidn is ex lended to all...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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FRANKSTON METHODIST CIRCUIT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

FRANKSTON METHODIST . CIRCUIT . : NOTES. he,Rev. J; T WrF;e man will cond ?t' a i Christknas Choral Service 4&t thie `Fi an1ston night M Curch' inext Sunday i The Choir,: under the di rection of "lIs. Roy:"Weber, ith Miss Lyla B rit t:a t ·th e! orgin, 'il'. rendei." Chri tinas arinthems, carols, etc. ,A; large gait-irtn is anticipta d e.r. g is"._;

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Civic Service [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

SCivic Service 1 There was. a; large attendance at the Frankston' 'Iethodist Church last, Sunday 'inight when ithe Rev. J-T.:-- Freeman conduc . ted .a Civic Service. Amongst .'thcse present were' the President ;(Cr. 'Carpenter)' of .-the Frankston ! and Hastings. Shire-Council, also. selteral Counicillors . and their I:wives,: and, Cr. A;-Allnut, of Mor • nington Shire. " M.I :.M1r. ?ireeman .extended warm -greetings to the civic;fathers, and preac'hed "'frm the' text Psalm 127; verse. 1:. "Except the Lord :build the house,'.they . labour in i vain that build it; except the Lord kceepi ,the city, the watchman ?waketh in *vain.'" - S.nThe ..preacher .said:'a'The phrase in vain: is .full;, of :,signilicance; it I suggests ,failui-e andin some cir 'cumstances it meansimore than in Others. For ;some, of.. the candi dates for political honours, all the speeches, organising, canvassing, 'and propaganda' has been in vain, biut such is trifling compared with an attempt to resuscitate a dro...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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GENERAL GRIMWADE MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

GENERAL ? GRIMWADE MEM ;l:ORIALIN,, CLOCK:- TOWER ,The following additional dona tions .to;:, the above: Appeal are acknowibledged: Pr e vti ju s L ys.; acknowledged: £274/5. lMrr.,-W. L;.Fanning, £5/5 .Mr .'C B: Corstbophan £1/i; Mr. T. D.OBarrett £/2 Mr: P. G. Hos 1king-; 10/6 Mr:.,:A .Henty, £1/1; Mr..:. O .Wat £5; Mrs. Lort n"ith.-,1/1 'lAi rJ: Neville Fras ero ?5-/Totai1.£295/5j6. All -;`donations, to : the • Appeal -should be forwarded to the Chair man,,..Cr...,G. V. Hirst, Mount ElizHa, HrTi.'l ieasuier Mr. G. G. Austin, Bay Street. Frankston, or the. Hon. Secrietary, . Mr. G. ;C. Pentiand ,Shire Office Frankston.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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THE GLASS SLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

THE GLASS SLIPPER. The story of Cinderella pro vides the theme for the musical fantasy, "The Glass Slipper," now running at the Princess. It. is a show eminently suitable as holi day fare for the children. It has all the ingredients of pantomime -spectacle, humor, dancing, sing ing, and of course a fairy story. But reviewed here from the. standpoint of the regular theatre goer, it is disappointing, but no doubt, after a few more nights, it will run much more smooth ly, and the dull spots-particu larly' the first scene-will be pep ped up. It would appear that the show .lacked sufficient full-dress rehearsals, which are now taking place before a paying audience! The worst feature of the show was the very bad team work be hind • scenes. Surely with stage technique brought, to the pitch of: perfection it' is today, and which the National Theatre shows in variably live up to, one may be excused for .criticising the long holds-up between scenes whilst. the behind-stage staff decide which ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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STAGE DOOR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

"EDWARD, IMY SON." I t.bert Morley's and Noel Lan ley's remarkable three-act play at the Comedy Theatre offers to play-goers entertainment which is a rare treat. It must be some time since such a fully-satisfying show hit the footlights of a Mel bourne theatre. The story is a simple one-the unbridled love of a father for his son. To relate the story here, and the real surprises and tricks of production would spoil the pleas ant experience which awaits those who go to see it. Morley, as the father, was superb. No foundation garment ever conceived had the smooth ness and the shapliness, and none ever provided such sleek support for the rest. He appeared to be a great actor-in the old tradi tional caste. Before awarding hi', an "Oscar," I would withhold judgment till I see him in an other play, Nevertheless, he was fine. " His leading lady, Sophie Stew art, shiares the honors, for she is a 'great actress. Through the period of the play she changes character to a re markable degree-her ...

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CHRISTMAS BREAK-UP PARTIES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

CHRISTMAS BREAK-UP PAR TIES Prior to going into recess for. the Xmrs holidays, the Cub Packs will hold a Parents' Night on Dec. 21, at 7.30 p.m., when all. Cub parents are urged to attend, and meet the officers of the Pack, some of whom have just-taken up Cubbing. - The Scouts and Sea Scouts are - to hold a Camp Fire evening, to wind .up their years' woi'k, on 23rd Dec., at 8 o'clock.. An open invitation to all Scouting enthusi asts is extended. Group Committee Says "Thank You." Th Group Committee expresses its thanks to all who assisted in any way with the. recent Bazaar. The co-operation and harmonious working of those concerned is very much appreciated by the organizers of this successful function.

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Union Jack Club FRANKSTON NO. 1 SUBBRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

nion Jack Club IFRANKSTON NO. 1 SUB BRANCH The social held on 7th Decem ber at the Mechanics' Hall was a huge success. It was mainly the children's night, but the adults enjoyed, themselves equ ally as well as the children. Mr. Bicks organised and supervised' games, in many of which the adults joined. Each child was presented with a small gift and a packet of sweets. Several new members and new-corliers to Australia were in troduced by Mr. Bicker, and were heartily welcomed by all members present. Once again a very good sup per was provided by the ladies of the Club who, by their hard work, help to make each gather ing such a success. The evening concluded with "Auld Lang Syne" and "God Save the King." The last mheeting before -the Club goes into recess is to be held at the C.W.A. Hall this F'i day (December' 16), to extend season's greetings to all mem bers.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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CHRISTMAS SERVICE AT BAXTER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

CHRISTMAS,' SERVICE _AT BAXTER . Tle;:Presbiterian Church wil" be'holding a Christmas: service at the Baixter,, Chiich on Sunday, Deceinbei; 24,-at 3 p.m. Rev." L. MV:: Humphery will- be the preacher,: and 'special Christ mas hymns aid other special. music will be 'rendered.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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MENZIES HOME CHRISTMAS APPEAL Good Response By Public [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

MENZIES HOME CHRISTMIAS APPEAL Good Response By Public A'e lre pItansed to report that the Christmuas Appeal being. orglanisred on beludll of the Me azies Ho1loe for Boys at Frank umst-oln is mklling excellent prlogrss. : The Appeat lus now iretlted the total of £115/I/0, and, als a hlrge numnber of do nations.tre expected through t.te ensuinFg week, it is hoped timat tie first" thousandt will hae been reached before Christ nuIns. . An all-out effort is being made to enlsure this year's Christmas Appeal highly successful. The money received from donations Swill be of immense material bene fit to the Committee of M\alage medt .to enable them to carry out their plans to improve and expand the Home, so that a refuge may be given to other lads sadly in need of a -home. This Appeal is commended to readers. with the hope that dur ing 'this festive season, when the spirl't of goodwill is abroad, and all families are gathered together, they will think of those young sters who have no folk. ...

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SILVER BAND GIVEN OFFICIAL STATUS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

.SILVER BAND'.GIVEN OFFI CIAL STATUS At -a a public meeting, convened by the Shire . President, - the Frankston Silver. sand was grant: ed official ,status ·at'the only re? ognised public band?in Frankl ton;,for a: per od of: 2- years. }?;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949

YLONITE AUST. PTY.f LTD: REQUIRE WAGES CLERK .20 Years of Age Work n Advantage, Accountancy_ .Student prospects for Conscientious Young Man. YLONITE AUST. PTY.. LTD: ;. : AY, "EAST, BRIGHTON:., NE: XB3121 (3 lines) 0alconbe itary huts. ugh holi at camp, alter 6.30 (no rough experielnce by elderly for board t, H.«'.S., o n sea. rent ice. cy in the apprentice our main ient pros Apply in ineer, In Ltd., Ne one. ry, oss s Girls to Frankston ty Hospf vacancy ospital for conditions. to Matron, A. Morton, ry. nt, Junior', ry'o large Applicant ediate or nd be pre eir studies chemistry writing to Moulded lasia Ltd., ntone. iew brick ready for at works, td., Cran ton, or female, wledge of . Apply, iculars, to Co-opera I Stores. Supervisor, S574 Bay relieve in ndwiches, ay Streef, Seral, 3 in as. "27," bason. 1 day a 16 Gould 530 (week ist P TYPING oorabbin aer, (Aust.) way, TIVE ililly and irhating trod for ON ES Co. hsltephm ad IlaP tea BsD e. BANK OF AUsHAIA?i?n a HAS VACANCIES FOR YOUTHS, ...

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