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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
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SOCIAL SPOTLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
ý" -SOCIAL SPOT'LGrHT'. ABOUT FORTY LOCAL CRIPPLED KIDDIES will have'the time of their lives on Wednesday evening, December 20, when they'll be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Art Wagner, who are opening ,their home, "Hilltop," Hilltop Road, Merrylands, to hold a Christmas Tree Party for the youngsters. Santa Claus will be there to dispense gifts to" every child present. Big lawns of "Hill top" will be flood-lit with colored lights, and two or three Tivoli Theatre artists will entertain. ' Mr and Mrs. Wagner (form erly well-kr.own theatrical and championship ballroom, dance team, Art and Rose Wagner) ,also hope to have Chief Little Wolf and Chips Rafferty attend the party, and will probably have an exhibition of square dancing to further entertain their young guests. This altruis tic couple who make a practice of entertaining underprivileged chil dren at Xmas time, will provide entire party including buffet tea Sand presents. Parramatta-Rose .hill Women's Auxiliary, for N.S.W. Society f...
Cumberland Unlucky [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
C(umberland Unlucky A disputed decision cost Cumber land a win over unbeaten leaders Paddington, at Cumberland Oval on Saturday. A confident appeal for a catch by 'keeper Joe Anderson was disallow ed. Paddington scraped home by two 'uns. CUMBERLAND, first innings, 9-137 (closed) :-A. Alderson, c Flockton, b Cohen, 38; G. Hawker, c See b Cohen 3; W. Cornock. c Cotton, b Cohen 4; R. James, o and b Cohlen, 5; R. Benaud, c Griffin, b Ray ner, 0; G. Woolmer, c Flockton, b Rayner, 16; N. Lockhart, not out, 48; J. Blain, lbw, b Rayner, 3; L. Smith, c Flockton, b Rayner, 0; D. Loudon, c Wells. b Cotton, 9; J. Anderson, not out 0; sundries 11. Bowling: .J. Clark 0-27, M. Cohen 4-48, J. Rayner 4.33, E. Cotton 1-18. PADDINGTON, first innings, 139. M. Cohen. b Smith, 9; J. Brown; c Smith, b Benaud, 39; C. See, lbw b Smith, 0; Carvalho. run out, 0; R. Flockton, c Alderson. b James, 3; E. Cotton, c Loudon, b James, 35; R. Wells, b James, 15; J. Griffen, b James. 6; J. Rayner, b Smith 8; B. Flynn,...
GARDEN TEA FOR WEDDING GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
GARDEN TEA FOR WEDDING GUESTS . A white linen suit with match ing hat and shoes was worn by Miss Veronica Keegan for -her recent marriage at St. Andrew's Parramatta, to Mr: Leslie Silver stone. She carried a bouquet of white gardenias and frangipanni. :The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. J. J. Keegan. of Phillip Street, Parra matta, and her husband is the youngest- son 'of Mr. and Mrs. ~N. R. Silver: tone; of Macfarlane Street, Merrylands.. . The bride, who was' given away by her brother, Jack, was attended by Miss Pat Sword. Mr.: Alby Silverstone was- best, man. ;After the .ceremony t about 80' giuests were: recqived at a' Gar den Tea given' by the groom's parents, Mt. and Mrs, . N. 1.? Silverstone, a't their !home. Mr. Les Mitchell presided. Among many beautiful' gifts received by the young couple was a tea set presented' by the staff of Malley's Ltd., Auburn, where both Veronica. and Les lie were emjloyed.
JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade WENTWORTH v WESTMEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
*1~ F A Grade WENTWORTH v WESTMEAD Wentworth 1st innings 116 (R. Lane 32). Westmnead 1st innings 4-82. WVENTWORTIVILLE v ST. GEORGE St. George 1st innings 69 (Gregory 58). Wentworthville 1st innings 163 (J. Munro 35). A Reserve Grade KELBURN v GOODYEAR Goodyear 1st innings 171 (Potter 64, Lindsay 28, Lloyd 26). Kelburn 1st innings 0-58 (Sparshot 26 n.o., Dann 32 n.o.) BI, Division 1 BUNGARRIBEE v BONDS Bonds 1st lnnings 102 (G. Cart wright 33 n.o., J. Maley 15, R Smed ley 15). (D. Evans 5-28). Bung. 1st innings 1-64 (D. Evans 27 n.o., K. Oliver 26 n.o.) ST. VINCENT'S OLD BOYS' v SEVEN HILLS St. Vincent's Old Boys' 1st innings 105 (J. Flynn 35, K. Lowman 44). Seven Hills 1st innings 84 (R. Murphy 26, H. Thomas 34, L. Brooker 4-21) St. Vincent's Old Boys' 2nd innings 1-0. B1, Division 2 MERRYLANDS SOCIALS v GRANVILIE CENTRALS Merrylands Socials 1st innings 113. Merrylands Socials 2nd innings 0-4. Granville Centrals 1st innings 46. B2, Division 1 P'MATTA R.S.L. v RIVERSIDE P'matta R.S....
CHURCH DISTRICT TO EXTEND [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
CHURCH DISTRICT TO EXTEND The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney (Dr. Mpwll) has approv ed the formation of. a new pro vihcial district, centring on St. Thomas' Church, South Gran Kville. Rev. R. Woodward has been appoinrted Curate in Charge. He'will commence duties early in the new year. The new district will include .part of Granville and Guildford iparishes.
I'm Told That.... [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
J. M 76, I PLANS ARE already set for the new year wedding of pretty Betty Evans, only child of Mr. and Mrs. W. Evans, of 10 Lans downe Street, Parramatta, who will marry Colin Cooney at St. John's, Parramatta, at 6 p.m. on Saturday, February 3. Colin is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cooney of Church Street, Parramatta. Bride-elect has chosen a bouffant-skirted gown of broderie Anglais and tulle,,to be worn with fingertip length veil of cut tulle. Her attendarnts, dressed alike in pale green figured organdi, will be two bridesmaids, Maureen Wain wright, of Parramatta and Jill Cooney (sister of the 'groom) and 9-year-old Robin Danaher as flower girl. Reception for about 70 guests will be at "Westella,"' Auburn. +++ IT'S A GIRL for Elaine and Bill Barker-Gilda Ann, born on November 20 at "Sunbury" Pri vate Hospital, Ashfield. The Barkers whose home is at Caba. rita Road, Concord are Well known in Parramatta, where Bill is an active "behind-scenes" worker with Parramiatta Musical S...
Figures Show Big Increase of Bowls [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
Figures Show Big increase of Bowls Once looked upon as an "old man's game" bowls is, now one of the most popular sports In the past few years the game has spread tremendously.. bo'much so, that in New South Wales alone there are now approximately 32,000 players. In the metropolis are 82 clubs with 12,887 members and in the country 204 clubs cater for 19,021 members. These figures were given last Satur day evening by the president of thi N.S.W. Bowling Association, Mr. G. 8. Carson, at the Parramatta Club's annual Christmas dinner In proposing the toast of "The Association,'' the Parramatta pre'd dent, Mr. H. W. Rowan, said bowlers had much to be thankful for in hav ing such men as' Mr. Carson, Mr. John Scott (patron) and others of similar type to control the affairs of the head body, These men had marti a success of their commercial life and were now giving bowls'the heneit of their business ability.. Mr.' Cars6n said that-, no one more 'than he recognised the importance of the task...
THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING DAY Many guests attended the party recently given in "West ella," Auburn, by members of the Simpson family to celebrate the Golden Wedding of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Simpson, of Northumberland Road, Auburn. - Some travelled long distances to be present and congratulatory telegrams were received from all over Australia. A son of the Simpsons', Ray, who has been in America for the past 25 years, attended with his wife. Another son, William, who has lived in Europe for 20 years, telegraphed good wishes from iVadrid. Mr. G. C. Gollan, MLA, a friend of the Simpsons for 30 years, said: "Mr. and Mrs. Simp son, are honest, God-fearing people. They are a wonderful couple." Mr. Simpson had been a great asset to the community, not to benefit himself, but to help his fellow man. His work as chair man of the Cumberland Group of Agricultural Societies would be particularly remembered. "The Simpsons," Mr. Gollan concluded, "can take pride in their sons and daughters,...
21st BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
21st BIRTHDAY A bouffant skirt of blue tulle topped with lame was worn by Dorothy Morris at her 21st birthday party held re cently - at All Saints Hall. Dorothy is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Morris, of Fennell Street, Parramatta. Mr. Lyndon Kent was master of ceremonies, and entertain ment was provided by Mr How ard Vernon, impressionist from the Tivoli, Merbourne. --. The guest of honor cut her way through 21 festive streamers to be presented with the tra ditional key, and to cut her 2-tiered birthday cake, iced in blue to match her gown. The 100 guests present signed an autos graph book, later presented to Dorothy.
STOLE SMOKES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
STOLE SMOKES An 18-year-old laborer pleaded guilty before Mr. Brown, S.M., at Parramatta Court, last week, to charges of stealing tobacco from a home at -Granville. The laborer, Frederick James Constable, of William Street, Granville, was later fined £10, and ordered to pay £4/15/ compensation, the value of the goods. According to evidence, Con stable removed tobacco from the front bedroom of a house in Zillah Street, Granville, where he had bene living. Cortable Martin, of Gran ville, said that Constable later sold the tobacco, which had not been recovered. Constable made a written state. ment to police, in which he ad mitted .stealing the ,tobacco.:
BRIDE CARRIED ROSES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
BRIDE CARRIED ROSES When Rosalie Ruby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Adams, of Parramatta, was married recent ly to Mr. Alfreds Raemunds Pure, she chose a bridal gowr of white broderie Anglais worn with tulle veil, and carried a bouquet of talisman roses. The Rev. E. Walker officiated at the ceremony, held, at All Saints', Parramatta. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pure, of "Bessi Brae;" Woodford, Blue Moun tains. The bride was attended by Misses Robin Adams and Flavia Lancaster, both wearing blue floral organza with matching tulle veils. Their headdresses and bouquets were of talisman roses and hydrangea. Mr. K. Adams, brother of the bride, was best man, and groomsman was Mr. E. Lancaster. Seventy guests were received after the ceremony at the "Wara tah," Parramatta, by the bride's mother, Mrs. F. R. Adams, who wore blue crepe with brown accessories. She was assisted by the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Joseph Pure; wearing grey jer sey-cloth with violet accessories. Musi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
byjDBrcA 0 N LOTS of speculation whether or not non voters in the recent Local Government Elections will be hauled before the Beak. My answer is to quote, the immortal mouthful spoken by Miss Eliza Doo little in Pygmalion. "Not b - -- - y likely." +I + THE THIRD MAN. Another post-election bit, from way back in near-outback Middle Dural. Donald Reeves, enthusiastic canvasser in A Riding, ap proaches a likely prospect, urges him to vote for candi dates Arthur Currie, Harvey Lowe and "A. N. Other." Non-committally, the pros pect asks who else is on the menu. "Loxton and Hammer," take your pick," says Reeves. "Oh, indeed young man," says the mysterious stranger, adding with grim emphasis "I am Hammer.' .T. 4 ELEVEN - years - old .Robert Gleeson wlho lives with dad and mum at the Wool pack Hotel, Parramatta, is still pop-eyed and somewhat inarticulate aoout the beaut time had by all. the kids at the Police Citizens' Boys' Club week-end camp at Kurra jong Heights. Robert returned deeply i...
"Concert Fantasia" Will Benefit School Funds [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
"Concert. Fantasia" Will Benefit School Funds Delighted audiences warmly appplauded Parramatta Central Junior Musical Society's two-night presentation of a "Grand Concert: Fantasia" at the Macquarie Hall, Parra matta. The programme comprised or chestral, and vocal items, rang ir.g from popular song hits and ballads to scenes from classic operettas. Overture and enitr'acte music vwere provided by a well-balanc ed orchestra, conducted by Mr. R. G. Turner. An outstariding contribution was the scenery, made by Mr. Ross, of Rydal riere. - The show; produced and dir ected by Mr. w: L.; Anderson, a member of :Prramatta Central. Parents and Citizer.,' Associdtion, was the most ambitious under taken by the Society since its formationi about 18 months ago. Members are `school children, most-, of .them1 aged from 12 to 14 years. Yioungest performer was Gilb?rt .Schutt, aged. 9, ,'a. 4th class pupil: Mr. Smith, Inspector -of Schools, sent his personal con gratulations to Mr Anderson and the Soc...
Swimming Results [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
Swimming Results The following are the results. of the Granville-Clyde swimming races held during the week-end: Under 12, first heat, 15 yards, free style: J. Cheesman 1, J. John stone 2, D. Elliott 3. Time 12.5 secs. Second Heat: T. Garniss 1, K. Baker 2, G. Murray 3. Time 11 secs. Fihal: D. Elliott 1, K. Baker 2, T. Garness 3. 110 Yds. Free Style: B. Johnstone 1. R. Thomas 2. Under 14, 110 yards Free Style Handicap: C. O'Brian 1, R. War ren 2, T. Kobbin 3. 33 Yards, Free Style:: R. Baker i, R. Warren 2, T.. Kobbin 3, Time 38 secs. 65 Yards, Junior Breast Stroke: G. Beresford and K. Gilmore, deadheat 1. Time 58.5 secs. Senior 55 Yards Back Stroke Championship: G. Beresford 1, K. Gilmore 2. N. Stuckey 3. Time 44.4 sees. Senior 440 Yards Handicap: G. Rosa 1, Ml. Stuckey and Brian Patt chett, dead heat 2. Time 6 min. 47 secs. LADIES' CLUB 55 Yards Junior Free Style Handi cap: Irene Williams 1, Joy Harri son 2, Kay Kleeberg 3. 33 Yards Junior Free Style Handi cap: Pat Richardson and Ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
From Paddock To Punter (By Harry Qu~i1ey.) Henceforth the doubles tote will be ne of Rosehill's attractions. Inves ors on the Yeaval-Socrates double ast Satrday received £215/6/6 for ve shillings and the same thing nay be on again next Saturday. +. + Incidentally, let me say, I was per mitted to inspect the interior of the rdinary tote on Saturday and came way from it marvelling at man's ngenuity. Of course, as was ex lained, it is more or less an adding achine, but how it can add! Cross ise, backwise, diagonally or any way ,ou like, it gives the answer pronto. + + + New Zealand trainer. Hector Grey, ho was over here a few months ack, had a bad knocking about last cek when a horse he was riding eared and fell backwards with Hec. oderneath. Injuries included crush d ribs, broken collar bone and in ernal damage. Hec. has celebrated 63 birthdays nd when at Rosehill recently I ad ised him to give the riding game way he said: "I suppose I will have o soon, but I am feeling fit and if on ...
ASSAULT COST 15 GUINEAS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 December 1950
ASSAULT COST 15 GUINEAS Rodney Bernard Jackson (26), labourer, of Jamison Street, Granville, was fined a total of £13 by Mr. Brown, S.M. at Parramatta Court last week for assaulting a police constable ir.0 the execution of his duty, mali cious damage, arid using inde cent language. He was also or dered to pay £2/15/- damages. Jackson pleaded guilty. In evidence, Constable Keith Alexander Jorgenson, of Gran ville Police, said as a result of a complaint, he wer.t? to the corner of Railway Parade and South Street, Granville, and spoke to defendant. Jackson then used indecent language and when arrested struck - him twice in the chest. He resisted violently all the way to the 'tation and when., placed in the dock nearly wrenched the door off, doing damage to the extent of £2/15/-. Constable Jorgenson said de fendant was under the influence of intoxicating liquor but was rot drunk. He had a long list of convic tions, he said. Jackson told the Court, "I was intoxicated and it is a thing I ...