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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
WANTED KNOWN BRICKLAYER, all classes of work. Ring Hastings 18. See Lidsey FRY'S Dance Banl for all func= tions: 3-5 players. Miuaern, * Old Time. Weddings and Danices. - Chelt. 523. MOORABBIN Poultry Auction Sales will be closed for Xmas and New Year "from December 23rd to January 3rd. First Sale for 1950 will be Monday; January 9th, at 2.30 p.m. Good quality yarding assured. For -inquiries, Phone XU2539. PRICE wanted (labor only) to concrete floor of section of brick' factory during Xmas holidays. Colortone Brick Ltd., Cran bourne Rd. Frankston 865. THE Best and Largest Range of Boxed Stationery at lower than City prices. Any box sold plain; or printed with address, etc., at 7/6 extra per box. Special prices for large quantities, In spect at "The Standard," 41 Playne St., F.rankston. WOLFION Cottage Garden, on view Oliver's Hill, Saturday and Sunday, for Alfred Hospi tal. FOR THAT Xmas Gift: -Inspect Our Large Variety of all GIFTS, NOVELTIES, TOYS and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Cash or ...
PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE ANNUAL PARTY Enjoyable Christmas Fair [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
-- -:. PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE 'ANNUAL PARTY Enjoyable Christmas Fair In the beautiful setting of Frankston Park, on a" beauti :fil daly, mliore than "a thousand children enjoyed the entertain. m ent,prlovided at the annual Chluistmans Party and Fair held by the?Ftinkston Pre-School Centre. Both financially and soci alially- it it.was a 'great success. While the young folk enjoyed the eniter tiininent provided,' their" elders spent liberally at well stocked stalls. '\l C- DRiESS. PARADE The afteinoon commenced with a ;fanc?, di ss parade,; which' was judged?,y~Mrs. D. Lindsay, ;,Prize--inners were: Best dlress editii'?.li.ilh. Old (Indianis Girl),) 'i; ?i V.,therford.:; (Queen of Herts) 2. Boys under 6: Paul Clayton (Chinese.. Boy)';'. :Girls 6- 10: :, Lorraine Rutherford (Bride), 1: Joce '-Clayson (Fairy), 2. Boys 6-10: John Eg gleston: 1; Les -Luckinan .(Foot .baller), 2." Girls 10-14: Annette, McAuslan.:. 'Boys 10-14: Ivan Grant -(Hot: Dog) , 1; :Bairy :Mas ters: (Minstrel),. 2. Most,:...
HONOUR CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
HONOUR. CARDS &nbsp; Special Honour Cards awarded to Dennis Wood, Christine Bar- low, Pamela Freak, Valmae Sharpe, Roger Baird, Beryl Paul. Honour Cards awarded to: &nbsp; Berice Jewell, Ethel Jones, Shir ley Heron, Beverley Legge, Joce- lyn Southby, Elizabeth Shoppee, Valda Genge, Nino Pangrazio, Barry Petrie, Marieta Gibson, Billy McMahon, Lorraine Hill, Barbara Thompson, -Robyn Clar- ton, Angelina Albrecht, Margaret Lang, Ken Sluce, Valda Dixon, David Brame, Lorraine Henly, George Kempton. Pamela Watts, Marieta Gibson, Barrie Patterson.
HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH DAY Progress Report and Awards [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH DAY Progress Report and Awards The annual report of the Headmaster, Mr. F.M Smith, &nbsp; B.A., I)ip.iEd., at the annual Speech Day of Frankston H igh . school last Monday showed a year of good progress atthe &nbsp; &nbsp; school. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; In the course of his first report 'at' Frankston High School, Mr. Smithl said-he deemed it a privi lege and pleasure to add to what Shad been' a grand and honorable record of headmasters' reports at the school. SThe speaker .felt the work-. of education was so important that there was need for the closest co operation between home and school, for these two influences, together with the Clhurch, were to hlim the important trinity in the education of youth. For. a school to function sue cessfilly it must- have. the co operation of the home. There must,' be understanding aitld sym pathy between teacher and pupil, and_ confidexice between staff...
MOOROODUC-MORNINGTON PHONES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
4 MOOROODUC-MORNINGTON1'' -'PHONES :. -In,accordance with, the Dep:airt merit's`pl'ans for' improving the telephone, service .between the iietropolitan .area and ,neaiby country 'enties, it is pirbposed:to include the Mornington,- Mt. Mar tha, Main Ridge, and. Moorooduc exchanges in the system whereby metropolitan telelihoie subscrib ers are able to obtain direct ac cess to certain country exchanges. After 8 a.m. on Mlonday, 19th December, metropolitin subscrib ers .requiring service to the ex changes indicated should call MU 028. No change. .s contemplated at present in the method of dealing with calls to the metropolitan area from the exchanges concerned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
Saston SventahdaY Adventist Church be .Wonderful, Counsellor, The Sstin ather, thlr..e -rince of Peace" - , .. Sn .U ?G ? ? :B1URG..` e au o He took the sinner'S :place ad died to save a gui .lt r. ; ecause He steo edto bean rthe sb,9a4ey:a a Far ever WONDERFUL Hisname.s -, ause He bids me come and ask. . For guidance in, my daily tak..,-,., .: : In Him alone all wrisdom's, found;;"" ." ' So be His name wvith honour crowned: Because, though veiled ins lowly guise,. He came from far .beyond the skie's'''. To all the world the ;tidings tell,.?"?' His name is blest IImmanuiel. Because He lived a life belo?? That meai might thus His Father? klnow;.; The Spirit now' bears witness: plain 'Tis "Abba, Father, born again. Because, as once by. shepherds heard,:?.. "Goodwill to men," His blessed wordc`.,:,' Proclaimed while angel· chorus sang :??:.-';' Till all the hills' of Judah rang,: " i Will be proclaimed the,,world ,around;.,, Till He as King of lings is crowniied:i?ti' Then all earth's ...
[?]hallenge [?] Youth [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
outh y cheek the ABC on a "21 and l, show just a after UZ had feature with the d the same idea? are expected to in the relations ABC and com hear the ABC 21 dainty broadciast? Clemengers, hear and the compere and the talent the best in Mel plenty of good ing stuff. coining and the HarbQr ure kno w how n.. even, better ·r -·
"FAT FOR BRITAIN" APPEAL, VICTORIA (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
FAT FOiR BRIiTAIN" AR1i'EAL, "'(To the Editor)" '' :Sir, Since: the iniception of the :,'Fat:.forb'Britain" Appeal,.ia total of ,fover:;i30.0,000 lbs -.of fat .has beein.shipped to. ourfkinsfolk in Gieat?: Britain,. and has '"roved of inestiimable value, as is' evidenced by the' thousands of letters we are continually.. ireceiving.. :fromi.?-.the grateul- .recipients.. :' 'Country people throughout V\ic * toria have contributed very largely in" achieving this result,: :-aiid it .would :%be muchli appreciated' if,. tl through the nediumn of your valu able paper,: our- sincere; thanks . could .be :extended to. your, local Mutnicipal.; Council,' your local branches of the Counitry Women's SAssociation; the Red "Cross Socl 1 ety and kindred Associations-, and Sto 'the housewives generally for K their i'ntiring' efforts "?i' support * of this Appeal. . The need for fat in .Britain is w still great--in fact, ,,greater now that the :.British. £ can,..buy 'less from ,.the :cattle stations o...
The Standard Home Magazine [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
.. .......... °??ii~?ii~~?? ? ..(oJ?... ~/:faqa e of Winners' Names Parade Problem? the festive season Messrs. Balmer and ght well ponder the shape of things their Parade. For, if they are normal ey will be conscious of the thumping, took ten days ago. .teners, disgust ad decisions ,all tory. But every made to prevent t year. anticipated the ens for pianist reby they would tart from other le to build their nd the Parade should be a nother weakness amework which attention. It's it of withdlding om competitors ublic FOR ONE THEY ARE thod of presenta where the decis n popular votihg *th nightcaps - ean those you have been rum on the Parade is year was no there was a ual buzz in a ndustry when it some persons- not members of g fraternity-had ome sums of largaert Holden aced as both in on and outright 949 Parade. n is, of course, of the winners e "dead"' week final and official How, no one to tell. include sleep lking, over-in sive exuberance, d just plain gas ither can add to your pick....
Trotting New Year's Eve Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
Trotting-: " New-Year's Eve Programme. Nominationis for the 57th meet ing . to be'held on 31st December closed-on December. 19. The main event on this programme" will be the A. G. Hunter Cup of '.£2500 and trophy valued, at' 20 guineas. Christmas Recess. . ' The track'.is to be. sacrificed and .top-dressed during: : the Christmas *recess,: and should be in good order for the A. G.: Hun ter Cuip : aind forthcoming i Inter Domini6onii airival::; '":"''' : The ;track will ,be: open:fromi 6 a.m. to 12:noon oni week days, as usual, except' as under ': '1Monday,;Dec; 26, open froii' 6 a.nm. to 10 a.m. Tuesiday, Dec. 27, openi from 6 ia.ni. to 10": am .-. Monday, ';January; 2 ?open friom *6 ;a.moi.:to? Q; a.m. ...;. . . * 'There-r will be r no niight Ctrials on' December.15 and :2, but 'these will conmmence again on: "Thursi, day -.December:. 29. : -: . * ":'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
4 TOWING' S HIRE CAR SERVICE, "24-HOUR:... • ;?i?: -Agent: for : Holden Cars." - R.A.C.V. Service Station. GIeneral Engineering. S610 Mornington: Road. Phone`: Frankston 191.: S THE FRIENDLY PHOTOGRAPHER GORDO ?N :INDSAY r G: O R DLNACOMMERCIAL :- GENERAL - -Spec!alst in Chld Studies • .STUDIO -13. DEL;Ril OAD,'?IFRANKSTON " (Across Cranbourne :Road Bildge) ::.. Phore:= F'ston 735. SFOR MEAT: OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY!; !;.: A. MARKS . PENINSULA BUS LINES TOURS L -A(Previously LdWS) .C .a:1 :`. . QUALITY BUTCHEMBER 25th :: TOUR OF PNIMORNINGTON PBUS EN LINESULA HEFRAN KSTO P 15 P.M.H .via Mornington, HastinERANLaa Se Depot, FlindersC (Afternoons, Tea); Red Hill :to Arthur's .Seat; return -via Dromana :,and Coast =:Road, ' arriv:ng ",Frankston, -:6.0 p.m. TO ARTHUR'S SET (1031ft.) , BUs Lr'AES FRANKSTON; :1.30 p~ m MORNINGTONEN. .2.00 p.m. "via. Mornington, HBalconibe Military Camp to F Arthur's Seat; a ; R :l . return -a. Coast Reoad. : FARE: Franksaton, 6/-; Mornington, 5/- . ' FOR CO...
CORRESPONDENCE SCOUTS' THANKS (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
rCORRESPONDENCE ·* SCOUTS' THANKS (To the Editor) Sir, - -On behalf of the' 1st Frankston Boy Scouts' Group Committee, I would like to thank, through the medium of your * columns, the parents and. friends and the metropolitan and. local * firms for their generous support in donating and making articles for our recent bazaar,-when the * sum of £108/12/10 was raised for Group funds., Also "The Stand Sard" is tlirik'ed'for. aluable pulb-' licity.--Yours etc., (Mrs:) -PEGGIE FISHER (Hon. Sec.). ,
Wedd[?] DAWSON—[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
England; Oda, onlDec Vozda, daa ýMrs) a Franksto, as err, YOUngest son of Benldg0 eat Dawson a The bride 1osk gown of white l taffeta, wlth he line and terend teil tas held e a in The trailer bou of while roses, gladlol. 'The bride wa a sister.in-law. iraW malron et Lonori elfrockng In autum Londonire tan acce With "IAlany -telegramp, lacthe bridens and Sie arried and the wedd carnae ution by Rev. A. J. was given aeay Grand oel, r The bride's o frock In anitaw London tan hat an shoulder sprayq'i nents and cheque lby tne bride and whimnh the usunai ored" nd the mooi eddieng cke Onat, Grand Hoe,an The bride' gal was a grey smll, e don tan hat and The hneymonr nd at Geelong.. Onl and Mrs. Dawn FrankLton.
APPRECIATION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
APPHF CI ITION' r At °tliis" timn 'of ?thek year the Staff- and Maanageemet f o r' RITCHITIk'S,.O OFJAKSTO' would like to : acknowledge thoe.. kindly.. acts. of. coisiderati. cheerfulness :.ihonestycy- and'' helP given to -them by, so" many -cusB tomers during 1949. Ritchie's are gratefull fdr the cheerful accepitance by theil cus-: tomers of the unavoidable. ?lirt ages and . difficulties during .the past year. ni re Ritchie's aree planning ?-,;?re improvements to help make slop ping . easier and •pleasantein 1950.' ,?'r. p' "They thank you for' you port during.1949, andWih w ,'hYO'a "?ferry Xnas ,"'ind -lots of liappPI. ness, good health: and good .luek ini 1950."·
MENZIES' BOYS' HOME GALA DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
MENZIES' BOYS' HOME GALA DANCE " :A Gala Dance will be held at ithe Soldiers' Hall,, on Thulrsday, December 29. ?Proceeds 'from this effort i'11l be :?ivided between the. Home .and :Frankston Hospital.j The e' ivill, be a good supper and. thlie; Moris 'Players will supply the mniuscl. : A good night is as! sured: BRIDE DOLL a? ~t Tle raffle for the Bride o Doll will' be drawn on ;New iYear's E.'e.' 1fie" resiilt w::ill. be piublished ini "'The: Standard" also in. the "SuIl" and '''Argus;: January -4;': 1950;: Any who ,have not, aliready pur-: ?liaed a tioeititif this lovely doll slihould do -so now. All books of ticklets that ar:e out,' with:-money, should" b erieturxrdnd to' ithe hon.l secretary (Mrs. Barber, t14, Eyve: lyn? Street, Frankston). by .-Dec: einber 30.
Ambulance Smash FRANKSTON VEHICLE HIT BY CAR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949
Ambulance Smash. *'RANKSTON. VEHICLE HIT BY CAR Last Satu day afternoon, a visi tor was hurt. on 3-Chain Road, Moorooduc, }and sustained a frac tured leg. and jaw, when his sports car struck a tree.. 'i While the' injured man was 'Being conveyedc. to the Alfred tiospitay. by Frankston Hospital Ambulance, .'a car collided with the ambulance at the corner of Inkerman. Road an High Street, St. Kilda. " ' i t As a result of the:collision, the middle-aged.. occupants of the oar (a St Kilda couple) were seriously- injured., The Ambulance .was badly danm 3ged..