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CO_OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
CO-OPERAI . Co-operation is sel-hel y phasis on the "self." r Co-operation says: "Do it l selves.". Other thine, eiy: s, somebody else to do t ofr: That is why co-operatioin a where other things faiL 1 The article in the Neos a operative housing in Ameri other.reminder of the immense being made by co-operatloa b country in the world today. It is not as widely kano should be that New South forging ahead with Co-opera Sing, Its record for the three ended June 30 last bears cm with anything of a similar. anywhere. Here are some ai Number of co-operative societies in N.S.W., 1658 (that a e is now 220); total mem e 18,618; share capital of eo £12,524,057; approximate a applications for loans, 16,000. granted *to June 30, 1939, 14 This scheme is designed to the erection of new homes, a purchase of approved existing By payment of a nominal ren chasers own their own home yeats and the society then dis Eleven persons may form a but 50 or more is found to most economical unit. Finance is prov...
SUCCESSFUL PANTOMIME [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
SUCCESSFUL PANTOMIME The large audience at the 'panto mime, Cinderella, presented by Miss Alma Baylis and her ppupils- at :the Mechanics' Hall, Mordialloc, on Mon. day was delighted with the quality of the production. A feature of the night was the beautiful dancing .of Miss Baylis in the role of .Prince Charming. Credit is due to her well trained pupils, who reflected great credit on their teacher. .Tm Rose's. Hawaiian orchestra,: finalists in- the P? and A. parade, rendered music to the liking of all present.
MENTONE C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
MENTONE C.C. Two pleasant features of the Men tone-Moorabbin match just flnished were the excellent wicketkeeping of C. Cumberlidge in accounting for Siix wickets in quite his best style, and the success of C. Pleasants in taking five wickets for 25 runs. Both play ers have given Mentone valuable ser vice in the past, and they can still produce that skill which made them outstanding players' of the club In the years gone by.
BUSY TIME ANTICIPATED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
BUSY TIME ANTICIPATED o BY RED CROSS WORKERS Following the announcement by the Prime Minister that Austra lian forces will be sent overseas, Red Cross workers are preparing for an ,increase in work. The re -port of the district secretary (Mrs Evan Pearse) is as follows: As there has been no committee meeting this week there is not a great Ideal of business to report from the Red Cross depot. The new office-bearers have taken ever their duties, and work goes on well. , The staff at the depot wishes to thank Mrs Hansen for her gift of cushions which have not only imade tlie depot look much more attractive, ut:. have greatly added to the com fort. Mrs R. C. Wells (through Mrs Tay lor) has supplied us with a splendid wooden box for the storing of goods; Through the kindness of Mr Tinck nell, the pantry at the depot is now in apple-ipie order. He has painted and kalsomined the room, thus mak ing the morning tea adjournment a much more enjoyable affair. In view of the news that men are to...
MRS. ALLAN TAYLOR'S GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
MRS. ALLAN "(AYLOR:S GROUP Three very Ilccessful functions have been held recently to ra:lise f:ulllt for this grotu.3 and thanks are du:e to liMrs Jacobs, Mrs Carter, Miss l:ut chers and their helpers for the ster ling 'work' they have done for the Red Cross Society; also to Standtard Newspapers, the Frankston Fire 31ri gade, Mrs Beach, Mr Cameron, and Mrs McGlivray for their co-opleratlion. The following is a list of garments made by the group members and fr' wardedc to headquarters: 33 pairs socks, 9 pairs kneecaps, 4 pairs muit tens. 5 prs pyjamas, 4 flannel lhirts, i cotton shirts, 7 facewashers, and 4 sca.rves. nefore beinlg dispatched., the i]nit ad garments were judged by Mrs Carr, who praised the very high stan lard of the worik of the group. Miss Muir was the winner of the knitting prize presented 'by Mrs Allan Taylor. and: Miss Muntz was the winner of the competition for a cloth presented by Mrs Wills. The following gifts to the group are gr;:tefully acknowledged: 3 prs s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON . House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished Rents Collected Auctions Arranged Houses To Let L. R. N. UTBER SOLICITOR -- FRANKSTON Attends daily at office, Young street, opp. Railway Station) 'and every evening at private residence. Mornington Road (near "Fernery,") Melbourne Office: H. W. HUNT & UTBER 281 Collins Street, Melbourne Telephone: Central 2452. Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. ROSTRON, ROY & PITT SBARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Commissioner for Taking Affidavlts. ATTENDANCES: DROMANA: First Saturday in month 12 to 3 p.m. SOMERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec ond Saturday il mouth, 11 to 1 p.m. FRANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. Melbourne Office: 440 Little Collins Street. Telephones: Central'-No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS...
PEARCEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
PEARCEDALEI?. ' The Pearcedale, branch- of: the Red Cross is now going rapidly ahead with tthe:making of garments. A dozen pairs of pyjamas and a dozen flannel undershirts have been' cut out by Mrs Barton and Mrs Reilly, and it is hoped to have these completed and .sent to the depot within the next fortnight. A prize was offered to the member who finished the first pair of socks, and this was won 'by Mrs Judd. Mr C.'E. Cope had donated a leather wal let for this purpose. Mrs 'G. Barton, who was the dele gate to the Melbourne Town Hall meeting, made -her report. The branch is endeavoring, as far as possible, to carry out the recommendations made. A dance was held in the Pearcedale Hall on Saturday last. to raise funds to send hampers to each of the local men who have enlisted with the forces. This was Very successful, and all men who are serving will receive a Ch ristmas gift from the local in habitants.
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
METHODIST C-URCH. Interest by the officers and teach ers of the Methodist Sunday Schools thrughout the Frankston and adjoin ing Methodist Circuits was increas ed by the visit of the Rev. Rex. Ma thias to the district, during the past week-end. The' Rev. Rex Mathias has re cently returned from England where' he studied the work of Sunday Schools and later was a tutor in one of the English colleges. Duringl: his visit to Franl ston he attended the session of the Sunday School when he observed the lessons and the work in general. Afterwards he preached at the morning service and on Monday evening adressed a gath ering of teachers from the various Sunday Schools of the Peninsula on the subject: The Efficiency. and In crease of Sunday School Work, which contained practical suggestions for. .he efficiency of the teachers in the presentation of the lessons and the methods of increasing the' number of scholars. In connection with the Methodist Sunday School in Frank ston he expressed great ...
PUBLICITY BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
PUBLICITY BUREAU By advertisement in this Issue Standard Newspapers Pty. Ltd. an nounce the establishment of a pub. licity bureau. Briefly, the idea is to help candidates for municipal honors, brganlsers of social functions and similar shows by giving them. free of cost. the benefit of the years of ex perience gained by- this company In the .publicity alid advertising field. Too often we come into contact with well-meaning people who are striving hard to make a success, of some- flun?flon, which 'infortunately turns out. a frost simply because their efforts have not been co-ordinated and because money spent on printing and advertising has not been well spent. ,' the object of providing a free service to such people,. Standard Newspapers have decided to establish this bureau, guaranteeing that if the f"untion is not a success it is due to some cause other than poor publicity. Candidates for councils. inparticu lar, should consult Standard News papers Pty. Ltd. before embarking on a c...
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN~. The electric pipe organ .is now ready for the special services on De cember 5 and 10, particulars of which are given elsewhere in our columns. Citizens are invited to take part in the thanksgiving for so notable an ad* dition to the equipment of the church. Next Sunday morning the Sacra ment of the Lord's Supper will be dispensed. In the afternoon, the usual service will be held at Somerville.. A report of the- St.- Andrew's faii held yesterday will appear in next issue.
R.S.S.I.L.A. — Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
R.S.S.I.L.A. - Hastings. `At the last meeting. at Hastings on November;'21, Mr Val Kerr was :elect ed president without: any opposition. Mr I. 3. Willoughby was elected vice-president to represent the' Ty abb district. The sub-branch unani mously decided' to stand behind the ladies' auxiliary in its efforts to help the war service ' fund. The next meeting will be at Somerville on December 19.
C. W. A. HASTINGS BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
C. W. A. HASTINGS 'BRANCH. The second annual meeting was held on November 28. The.unavoid able absence, through sickness, pre vented the group president, Mrs. Grice, being present, and the chair was taken by Mrs Ramsden. The report and bfalance sheet were read and adopted. The oice-bearers for the following years are-President, Mrs Bradbury; secretary, Mrs Barclay; treasurer, Mrs.. Gabriel. A presesntation was made to Miss Jean Barclay on the occasion of her marriage. The branch has decided to furnish a room in the new wing at Somers House. The group .conference is to be held at Hastings this year. Ice blocks are to be distributed to the children attending Hastings and Tyabb . schools at Christmas. A fancy dress ball is to be held on the 28th December. During the year the branch has had several very instructive demon trations, and Dr. Hayward has given lectures on first aid. One new member was welcomed. At the conclusion of the meeting flowers were presented to Mrs Ramsden, Mrs Harc...
POISON POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
POISON POETRY. Send for the doctor, name the drug suspected, Keep any 'cup where poison is de tected, In every case, whate'er the poison be, You may give water, milk, eggs or tea; Oils may be used, but two exceptions lie In phosphorus poisoning, and the Spanish fly. In every case where staining is not Sfound,,: To give emetics is: both safe and sound, So mix at once (be qgdick and! don't be flustered), Two tablespoons of salt, or one of mustard. If stains are present,' then proceed with care, And of emetics most of all beware.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
Cheltenham NEW MENTONE Phone 044 PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC Pho 64."""" Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY Tyrone Power and Nancy Kelly Jesse James Also The Ritz Brothers The Gorilla Both Pictures Not Suitable for, General Exhibition. Special Matinee Pictures Saturday, 2.30 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Akim Tamiroff and Lloyd Nolan The Magnificent Fraud Also Luise Rainer and Alan Marshall Dramatic School Both Not suitable for general exhibition THURSDAY and FRIDAY William Boyd and Gwen Gale Bar 20 Justice Also Irene Ware and Vic Oliver Around the Town (Programme for General Exhibition.) CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY Eleanor Powell and Robert Young HONOLULU For General Exhibition. Also ROLAND YOUNG and CONSTANCE BENNETT TOPPER TAKES A TRIP (Suitable 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, December 2, 4, 5. P Srisci...
PEASANT ART. Exhibition During Week-end. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
PEASANT ART. Exhibition During Week-end. There is every indication that the exhibition' of peasant art being held at.Toorak College on Saturday and Sunday next, will. be a great success. This exhibition is being arranged by *Miss U. Teague, ,who personally col lected these rare pieces of hand weaving and embroideries. Miss Teague has made a study of Peasant craft and to those interested in fine work and design, this collection of fers a unique opportunity. Mrs. F. Cresswell will be present and ,will give.: a demonstration of hand weaving. Miss J. Turnbull, with her spinning wheel, will demon strate- the: carding of. wool. Miss Gwen Hughes, who is assisting Miss Teague, will be dressed in Czecho Sigvakfan costume. The ladies of the Orthopaedic auxi liary will supply afternoon tea at the craft hostel, and cais will be running; from: Toorak :College ;to': the hostel ,for those who ' wish to avail themselves of thisservice. As the proceeds of ,this. effort are for the Orthopaedic Hospit...
BALL FOR TWO HOSPITALS. Successful Function. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
BALL FOR TWO HOSPITALS. Successful Function. In the spacious surroundings of the re-modelled Grand Hotel, Frankston, a successful ball was held to raise funds for the Frankston Community Hospital and the Orthopaedic Sec tion of the Children's Hospital, on Thursday night. The hostesses, Mrs. T. Wallace Mitchell, Mrs. J. L. Pratt, Mrs. Os 'vald Watt and Mrs. Edmund Col lins, received the guests, among w:hom wvere noticed the Shire Presi dent (Cr. A. M. Heath) and Mrs. Heath, Miss Ina Laidlaw, matron of the Children's Hospital, the president of the committee of the Frankston Community Hospital (Cr J. L. Pratt) and Mrs. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Watt, Mrs. Evan Pearse, Major and Mrs. Cousins, Mrs. Allan Taylor and her son Barry, Mrs. J. Nolan and Mr. J. Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bar rett, Mrs J. B. Jolly, Mr Douglas Ledgar; Miss Lesley Richardson, Missey Greenaway, Pauline Mc Namara, Eva McNamara, June Robin son, Lois Spiller, Carmen Phillips, Violet, Dunn, -Dymetha Dunstan, Lyn ette Duns...
HAPPINESS HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
HAPPINESS HOUSE Although many other functions are organised at present for. deserving causes, the committee, of, the 3XY Hiippiness House Club .wishes' to re mind patrons that its activities will be continued at the Wattle Palais on Mondays as usual, and proceeds will be donated to the fund for providing a ipermanent bed at the projected Frankston Hospital. Residents should remember that this institution has no suppoit from outside sources, and is depDendent on them for its mainten ance. Motor picnics will 'be organised during the summer months, of which details 'will appear in the Standard from titme to time. It is .hoped to hold the first'one on Sunday next, De
ENJOYABLE TEA PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
ENJOYABLE TEA PARTY. A delightful afternoon was spent at the home of Mrs. M. Tomasetti by members and friends' of the Mission of St. James and St. John. The op portunity stall did quite a brisk trade. and the satisfactory sum of £4/10/ was raised. Mrs. Charles Jones proved her ability at the famous old game of darts, and was the proud winner of the trophy. The billiard cue was handled with amazing dexterity by Mrs. H. Golds, who succeeded in capturing the prize. The doll and cake competition was won by Mes dames Saltmarsh and Bartlett. While tea was in progress it was suggested to Mrs. Hurrey that mem bers and friends make jam for the Mission during the holidays and be fore the annual meeting in March. They may present their dockets for sugar to the secretary, Mrs. Wade son, who will repay them out of the funds. This should interest quite a number of benevolently-minded ladies who would find pleasure in helping to stock the jam cupboards of the numerous homes which ,the mission supp...
HOSPITAL BALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 1 December 1939
HOSPITAL BALL Holders of tidkets for the combined hospitals' ball held at the Grand Hotel oA Thursday are asked to re turn tickets and money' to the ticket secretary,. Miss Jean Wallace Mit chell, c/o the Grand Hotel, Frankston, as soon as possible. j .