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Student's Recital EVENING BY MISS LOIS PETRIE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Student's Recital it EVENING BY MISS LOI e PETRIE .. A hnbst- enjoyable evenin g ,as spent at .St. Paul's School Hall :last Friday,. when a recital.was Sgiven :.by the pianoforte. student~' t .of Miss- Lois Petrie. :A large number:of Pareiits,ahd 1 friends attended, 'and listened in S.tently to an interesting and vari edi programme of pianoforte solos and duets, played by the Misses `Janice Binding, Noel Francis, - Valda Gamlble, Janice Gardiner, Janice Gow, Elisabeth Hardy " Smith, Lorraine. Nicholson, Marie Rolfe, Janet Steel, and Masters David Bond, Denholm Brown, Gordon Holland, Ian Roberts, Terry Sanders,- and Ted Walker. A high standard of playing was maintained throughout, even in Sthe work. of the youngest, per formers, some of whom showed great promise. Attractive flowers.were a'fea ture of the hall deco:ations, and the students received lovely bou quets and other gifts. At the conclusion of the pro gramme; a . dainty supper was served. Miss Petrie, in a short speech, thank...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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[?]ine [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Moloney, S.M and Mrs. Hart at the Franks k, 15 motorists £3 for driving lines at Mile ature of these ?l?ge of pro ? business men in' the le T. Cunning Fi?ish Cop") t n each case.

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ENGAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

SThe engagement Is announced of Miss Margaret MVos'sop (51 Ne= .pean Highway,.Seaford); ,a:'popu lar member .-,of'= Peninsulas= Bus :Lines staff, and..Mr. Leigh Glid .don, 'of.. 81a Durham Road,;;Sur

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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MENZIES HOME FOR BOYS Xmas Appeal Fund Makes Good Progress Navy Gives Boys Christmas Treat [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

MENZIES HOME 1f4BOYS Xmas Appeal Fund Makes G&odi Progress ' iNavs Gives Boys Christmas Treat .The total contributed up to the time of going to press was £457/17/10. Many more donations are needed to reach the tar 'get set,'and as the monies received during this Appeal are all going direct to thle Home, and will be of immense benefit to Sthe welfare of the boys, readers are urged to help make this worthy Appeal a big success;. fThe Chief'Petty ,Officers of the Flinders Naval Depot entertained the boys from the Menzies Home at a -Christmas treat.on Sunday, December 18.. The' boys had :a •wonderful time in. the, slwimminig baths, .and at the origanised sports, which iincluded various races. They were given a huge spread in: the c.urtyard next to the Chief Petty' Officers' Mess. W-hen Fathe;-Christmas arrived he. gave a ,present to every boy. :.iThe. Chief?Petty Officers take a keen interest,::in:the welfare of .the lads at- this Home, and the boys .look forwanrd all the year t...

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The Standard TABLE TALK. About People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

ýýt T I About People Mr. Bernard Hoy, of 11 Melvin 'Street, Frankston, is a patient at Hamilton Russell Hospital.,He Sunderwent an operation. last week, and is nxaking good pro gress. .Mrs. Allan . Hurst, of. Spring Street,. Frankston, ard president of Frankston Junior Library and Craft Centre, has returned :from Tasmania, where she attended a family wedding. Mr. and Mrs.:'R. Henry, 7 Mere-. weather' .-Avenue, . 'Frankston, have returned- "from -a holiday spent in Noith-Western Victoria. . Mrs. V, iTremiayne, who' has beeri .Acting-Libraiian , at 'the Frankston'- Mechanics' Institute ofor. the' ipast- four. months,- has tendered: her .resignation, and vacated, th-e position last Satur day . .: - .. Messrs Bob Connal and W., J: Gray, of Williams Street, Franks ton;: have.returned.from holidays at- Wilson's Promontory.: . ,.: SMiss Shirlrey 'Horton. of- Langr warrin; :'and- Mliss -Norma 'McWil .lihnis-' of. Frankston, left last: Tuesday;- to '"'spend their annual' holidays in Brisbane...

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Burglars SEAFORD SHOPKEEPER FIRES GUN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Burglars ; . :; i; SEAFORD SHOPKEEPER FIRES GUN -: When he observed a mari try ing to break into his shop;:, in Nepean Highway, Seaford; about 4 a.m., last Wednesday, Mr. E. Mason fired a rifle ' and wounded the burglar, who escaped :intc foreshore reserve, leaving be hind a trail of blood spots.

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Seventh-Day Adventist "MARVELS OF THE UNIVERSE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Seventh Day Adventist "MARVELS OF THE UNIVERSE" "Marvels of the 'Universe" was the subject of an illustrated lec ture given by Pastor T. A. An derson in the Voice of Prophecy Tabernacle, Chelsea, last Sunday evening. Speaking. of the 'great Nebula in Orion,' Pastor Anderson quot ed. Sir . Robert -Ball, Professor of Astronomy anid Geometry in the" :University of Cambridge, as say ing: "The most glorious object in. the sidereal heavens is the great Nebula in Orion.' Nature has kindly placed her most' as tounding object in such a favored position, near the equator, that from a considerable range of lati tude, both north and south; the wonders- of the Nebula can be explored."' E. L. Larkin,' Director of Mount Lowe' Observatory, had said: "The beautiful shimmer and sheen in the great Nebula in the sword of Orion is the mouth of a cavern, a -deep.opening reced-. ing into the mighty distance be yond. The . enormous width' of the- colossal: ' opening., is 16.740.000,000,000 (sixteen billion...

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[?]ILTY MEN Negligence at Frankston Intersection [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

ILT riiN 1 Lgigence t ra3ston Intersection of "wilful nejligence" could describe ?the action of many car and truck drivers who, - y practice for some time, when di.ving west" eet into Frankston, of turning'sharply round o;ng Street, on the extreme wrong side of . nm?-r' Cornpr. ing and light rs rounding or rner on their the opposite evented what ise been at ous accidents rs have been oo dull-witted,. to drive 'round the centre "pole, on the correct side '.of the- road. Appalling and numerous smash es are due to occur' at'.this spot, fat any moment, - due solely to gross .negligence of drivers pro-. ceeding west. :With -the extra. con gestion of Christmas traffcl the already apparent "dangerx ivill be !increased to a considerable degree.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

(0. ET and eat E & AGES. OLSEN'S Frankston Ford Dealers DELIVERY OF E1W. CARS FOR XMIAS, *R.A.C.V. Station. 1Phone 101 esdav: December 21 1.44

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[?]Act [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

in a sports d a criminal . on Sunday, into Melbourne s Street, and least 75 miles the whole to Mile Bridge ed the main ring by-passed main highway, e being driven ow to follow. of gross and ce the men nocking down ing children ing from ap beach, and a turning from to the houses Fast traffic is e unrealed west us act of these e sole objective line of cars on ,was the most of irresponsible Frankston for representative, I teacher at the number of revented by the nd showers of led' with the speed at which reader saw, and * it is their come forward rmation to the mon cause of prevent thein citizens in the

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A REAL "STONY POINT" COUNCIL TO CONTINUE TRAIN PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

A REAL "STONY POINT" COUNCIL TO CONTINUE TILAIN PROTEST I. Frankston counciiors :at .the last meeting took a.very "stoniy" view of the' Victorian 'Railways poor attempt 'to justify the start-. ing of the 5.3 tiain to Stony Point *from No. 10 platform iristead of from No. 1 platform. Councillprs decided to- contiiue to protest, as this.was a acotintry .train, and couitiy: women.:were. suffering severe strain:and incori venience by.being forced to carry: heavy parcels and gear rouind to No. 10 olatform. Cr. Webb said.Gippsland people would not stand-a suggestion.-to alter :the startin'g platform .' fod their trains, -.and the:Peniiisula people should' not stand- it either.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

ITUAT " ! ATIONS VACLANT, N . DINn Full Time Plus Piece Work Bonus LIMITED OOD STREET, RICHMOND JA 4181 STREET, FRANKSTON elephone: Frankston 240 p prentic e. vacancy in the one apprentice r in our main Excellent pros oy. Apply in Engineer, In Pty. Ltd., Ne Mentone. : , Ltd. require. I a part-time !ce-work. Ap r personally, to sting qualifica lence. Phone Street, Frank STRALASIA LIES FOR *Y CLERKS, TYPISTES of Age. 4RY SCALE INCREMENTS DAY AND HEMES All Members Staff or Personally, to NAGER, or, Street IlkNE. ER OF THE IS DISTRICT. ANTED ly o S, Cheltenham elt. 411 . coat; Playne ply W. osy , Frankston. Ser- le , brown ears, Opoe On back; Substantialj Phone 558. PROFESSIONAL MURIEL E. . MACKENZIE. Teacher of PIANOFORTE SINGING and THEORY - Pupils prepared for. all Trinity: College, .London, and -.- 1V:E.B.` Exariinations "Windhoek," ClifftRoad, and St. Paul's Kindeirgarten. Hall.,'ý Phone 891 LOIS PETRIE Teacher of PIANOFORTE 6 BALMORAL ST., FRANKSTOI Phone 926 E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

-WANTED K'NOWNi BRICKLAYER, all classes of work. Ring Hastings' 18.. See Lidey FEY'S Dance Band for all fune tions. 3-5 players. -7Moaern. Old Time. 'Weddings and Dantes. Chelt. 523. ]*OOR.ABBIN Poultry . Auction Sales will be closed for Xmas and New Year .from ,Decem'ber 23rd to January 3rd. First Sale for 1950 will be Monday, January 9th, at 2.30 p.m. Good quiality yarding 'assured. rFor' inquiries, Phone XU2539. THE -est 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. Ini spect at "The Standard," 41 Playne St., Frankston. DOCTORS John F. Akeroyd and Thomas B. Ready may -be con sulted from Tuesday, 20/12/49, at "Maxwelton," 523 Melbourne Road, Frankston; also at Station Street, Seaford. FOR THAT Xmas Gift: Inspect Our Large Variety of all GIFTS, NOVELTIES, TOYS" and .. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Cash or Terms. Lay-by. N. MORRIS. NEW ADDRESS: '48' -WELLS 'STRE...

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Baxter News [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Baxter?Nýei?? ?w:s = The people:of Baxtei i:rhave asked that a '"specfal Chriristias Service` lie ;dconducted niext Sun .day; :It -i? ?opedf that ? allihoies. will respond. ;. The. . Rev ; : :Hi ppirery aill: 1lie the preac i.ei. Christris. Carols and~H!jyHnins' will ber:sii'ng and Mrs: L: :Lainont will;libe:the,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

~1'G. FARMER Expert work done "A" Grade by competent, !4J.4.t ilec.rical Contractor trained ' electricians. M.E.F.V. YOUNG ST., FRANKSTON, Opp.. Sherlock & Hay Phone: Frankston 50. Private: Frankston 642. R. W. MCDONALD 576 !:BAY. ST., FRANKSTON Phone 241 For the Welfare .. of Your Eyes . ... ERVCE We conduct a Complete Ser ..i'e, from? Sight Testi?rg to Optical Repairs H. SPICER OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN 540 BAY ST., FRANKSTON. Phone F'ston 736 and at 134 Foster Street,. Dandenong . CARPETS FELTEX LINOS NEW SHIPMENTS FROM .OVERSEAS Best" Quality WILTONS' and AXMINSTERS, Latest Designs P ERSONAL 'ATTENTION TO ALL INQUIRIES ! 1 -4 JAM ES & .FOX (Late cCRAIGS & FORSTER. CARPET CO.) 1114, High :St., Ariadale-& 471 Station St:.'Ca-rrun :I U 2479------ Phones CHELSEA 85 .-OLD CARPETS,: CLEANED, 'ALTERED, .RE-LAID FOR ALL YOURi ELECTRICAL -..-- APPLIANCES and RADIO NEEDS. F. J. W. WHITTAKER OLECTRICAL FRANKSTON HOUSE' BUILDINGS Bay Street AYT.D597AR'S PHONE ...

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CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

CORRECTION In errror :_;the. followliug ,para? graph: appeared?a I'the end of. the Seventh, Day ?;:Adventist Chuirch News lnst~ lweeki , "There wil "':8a Children's Ser vice on Christmas Day at 9.45 a;m.' at , which, service children;' are asked 'to bring. new gifts for the distressed children of Europe. ' The paragraph concerned: in other Church, and not thie'Seienth Day Adventist.

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Garden Suggestions REMARKS ON SHRUBS NOW FLOWERING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Gardei3 (By .J. W. Robinson, of The .Ormond Plant Farm Pty. Ltd.) REM .iBS. OEN .SIRTUJS NOW r ir-WWEKANti i As .niost :shrubs are more con spicuOus inm :teir tlowering perioq, ~tis'. as" the time when people, -think :and. talklabout them. I1will sgiect just a ew .that come to ,my mnind . which are in ilower now. One which is a great .ay 'orite of mine is the Ph-iLADEL-: P1HUS, more commonly known as the Mock Orange; -probably .this might be because of its perfume, which is very similar to orange blossom. All .the varieties usually grown are white ..howing golden arnthers in the centre, and there. are many. of ,them:. Probably the best kinown" variety, and I should say, one of 'the most conspicuous, 'is. Philadelphus Grandiflora. The large ,single .purd-white flowers are carried' on" the current year's growth, and: appear in sprays all along .-the '"igraceful arching branches. -: Most. of ..the varieties carry: single flowers, but there are-a few- double ones, the best of w1hich I :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

goys, perhaps it was because there is so°much excitemenit in the aperhaps it was' be.ca the. competition was hard,, but there envaes .. wee.k. "t ..i i ze, ' Nights, gboes to Barbara entries this -eek. ,,h,, -V "??ize,!?,,-Araomn... arkdale. of the who.'e ear's . : cor.petitionsthat is , the. g iri ? .boy with is arjeta Gibson, of -,rankston. Congratulations, M=Earieta ! I Of 10/ will please you some people` very close to the wi nnei -Shirley Heron, Beryl ge Christine Barlowv, and Pamela Watts. from this veiy week an.s try to ,. in as: man, ca.ds ay`Osou can. last issue of th&e ? paper` befoi Xnm . and : ,ri so will??..:?i?l take. this jhanking all those wh6o o kindly se me eard :.:P wish every Club a very, very happy- Ghi'istmas ,nd. ,a 1950 befilled with s*4A / SYOUR DRE THIS TINV BUG OR TRIMMED I HOPE THERE'S LEAVES ATRAIL E IT RGANDIE? .A VI IN-THE OF DESTRUCTION O2CHESTRA. BEHiND HiM. WAS THE SPEAKER GOT THE FLU? TELL ERItC, LARIN,. ME,WHO IS HE? ETON COLL D EGE .MAN. 0...

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[?]H'S MAIL BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

H'S MA.L BA i 0 7 - . - am enclosing etition, "Flying ," as I think it am sending my Cards and I have got 23 I saw. a koala We have out Ys soon. We nsday, 14th of are having a the school hall iht. A Merry a Happy New that is all for in a member Club; Angelina s Road, Five Ruth). am writing .to .Mermbetship Sa.0appy ti' gut nie a.litile .i$ vlIi. every let up he is out p ulls myr toes Some es. he ors sincerely, eside. e a little pup. bhope you are Oing this week's Ying Around the Sletter. We, are Concer on Tues on WVednesday go. to Wagga. SWagga with my .anrina.. fort:half imy holidays. ! Well, Ruth, I-irusti "close now, wishing you a Happy Christmias.-Lo ei fro'lm Christine. Barlow, M1Donald Street`,odi 0 alloc. Ruth na Se Ivio'rd , :Dear Ruthr am' sending you my fionour-Cards. Thank youi for them. I hiope, ydu have a Happy Christmas.-Yours truil, Lorraine Hill, Isabella Street, Parkdale. (Thank you for the pretty Christmas card.-Ruth.) . Dear Ruth.---rhank you very much for sending...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

~"e~ .~?**is~7r~ir~~ýý **** ***** )*6cLcASScIFIE m"u " WEEUE EU E- - EU WWWu i. ?m! . THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS CGIFT S• . i. - WORLD'S ONLY" ? p POCKET . A ADDING MACHINE :BRITISH MADE, ALL, METAL. ?, :-:and r U 00 00" * GUARANTEED,, U (Including: Wallet) NOW OBTAINABLE THROUGH YOUR : * NEWSAGENT . : OR DISTRIBUTORS:. STANDARD NEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD ALL BRANCHES U S (LIMITED SUPPLY .....PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW) mm m m 'ma (VAsi& -JO? N J (VASIE & CO., Tailors IS CARiYING ON O . r- AS USU s WRISTLET W LADIES' !d from to f0 rs £ 7/5/0 £5 to e THERE'S NO PRESENT LIKE THE AND NO TIMIE' LIKE TlE PIIESENT TOO . BEAUTIFUL 15-JEWELLED SWISS FOILR, CIIISTIAS FRiiO H 0' SK ING - THE JE 100 Y.OUNG ST., FRANKSTON Ii • TRING TYTY ABB CAR SAlBB ":?: . • "District Agents ft stbut ors o TYABB CAR SALES See the Bantam B.S.A.RS, TRUCKS, UTM.P.G. DOW NWARD BROS.NE MOTOR CYCLE fr this add. and get FREE Pillion Seat and foot tratlon Disc Holder Number Plates Fitted, Pets 9 NiTuiholstion Street, Ben...

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