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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
FOOTBALL 'rhe following teams have been se icted to represent Frankston on sturday, June 10: A grade, Prankston v. (Naval. De at-C. Harry, N. Sutton, A. Clap SU1. iay, A. Scoble, H. McComb, · rahaln, fl. Alderson, H., Downs, SStaff, T. Yates, J. Beecroft, S. 's., J. Benson, D. Avery, K. Flynn, n, ldeson. W. Prendergast; B. gI de. Frankston v. Baxter. - on c"t rlane, W. Petrie, S. Os ond, I. Benson, K. Lovltt, D.. Hen Son, *J. Peters, E. -Myers, L. Rich f, . Coxall, A. Petrie, HI. Allen, IW ilson. . O'Lenry, T. Young, L. tfOws . 11htr. 1B. Bond, L. Symons niina. R1. Willlams, first emer IP'yers ;re asked to'make a. *spec heelort to be in attendance,, at elr'a corner at' 1.45 p.m. " harp.
SUCCESSFUL AUCTION SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
SUCCESSFUL AUCTION SALE 'OF LAND. Under ilstructions from the Shire of Franklston and Hastings, a number of building allotments were offered at auction by lMr Geo. G. Austin in his sale rooms, Bay street, Frankston, last Saturday afternoon. The sale was due to the non-payment of rates extending over a great number' of years. A large number of interested persons attended the sale, and the whole of the allotments were sold after spirited bidding, thie prices real ised being highly satisfactory to all concerned. The. samne auctioneer re iorts several good sales of property in the surrounding district, 'and good inquiry is 'being obtained for proper ties priced as to sound and reasonable value.
SKATING. Mornington and Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
SKHATING. Mornington .and Frankston. Skatinlg is booming at. the Wattle Hall, lFrtankston, on Fridays, and, the Royal Hall, Mornilgton, on Mondays. Last Friday a carnival was held at Franklston, which was attended by a large crowd. Mhr Dennis, of Frank ston, NWon the half-mile handicap from MIr C. Westaway, of Somerville, after a thrilling race. The best fancy dress was worn by MrI Hill. of Frankston, and the best lakdy skater was won by a competitor from Melbourne, 1Miss Norman. ,Watch for the monster car nival at Mornington on Monday,-June 19. Hockey teams are now forming, so put your name down at once. GALA Night, Wattle Palais, next Monday, aid Community Hospital. Good- music, floor, novelties. Ad mission 1/6.
FRANKSTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
FRANKSTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. At the last mdnthly meeting of the Mechanics' Institute committee plea sure was expressed by imenm'bers at the interest now being shown by the people of IFrannkston in the welfure of the institute. The secretary reported gifts of books for the library amount 'Ing to well over 100. The gifts canme romn Mrs C. Daniels (100), Mrs Utber, Mrs Dans. Mr t-lanton and Mr Unken stein. A gift of 10/0 was received through Miss A. McComb. .Members also e:xpressedt their gratitude for the work dune by the shire council in hav ing the hall renovated, relieving themt of some of the burden of keeping the building in order until a luore up-to (late 'ouilding can be provided for pub lie use.. OBTAIN your timber, iron, cement, bricks and all building requirements at competitive rates from Central Timber Yard. EULALIE POULTRY FARM. Iu addition to running one of the larger poultry fanrms in Victorta.,~ Mr -!. 1-1. Lloyd, of Eulahle, Franksaton, is the chairmtan of the Vict...
JUNIOR HALL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
MivOTHERS: Come along Fidray, 'June 30, Mothers' Club bazaar at Mechanics' Hall. JUNIOR HALL DANCE There was again a large attendance at the popular Junior Hall dance on Saturday night. The various competitions were keenly contested. The winners? of the Maxina competition \were, Mr. J. Jay and Miss N. Duell, Mr. and Miss Hod gins, Mr. Barnett and Miss F. Prewett Mr. Mace and Miss J. Wiegel. The lucky-partner dance was won by Mr. and Miss Liveridge, and the Monte Carlo dance was won 'by Mr. Desmond and Miss D. Lloyd. A special night is being arranged' for the holiday-week-end. The second heat of the competition will be held on Saturdcay night. . : 4.i
R.S.S.I.L.A. FRANKSTON BRANCH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
" R.SS.I.LAA. FRANKSTON BRANCH NOTES. The old time dance proved very popular last Saturday evening. The Monte Carlo dance.was won by Mr. A. Neil and Miss L. Stone. This Saturday night's attraction will be a pleasant rendezvous fbr followers of old time dances. * WOMEN'S AUXILIARY. The 25th' annual ball' of the Women's Auxiliary of the Frankston R.S.S.I.L.A. is to be held at the Frankston Plaza Theatre on Thurs day, June 28. Dancing will be from 8.30 p.m. till 2 a.m. Don Bank's Vice-Regal orchestra has been en gaged. Novelty dances will be fea tured.
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
COMING EVENTS -0--o-- .0a Tomorrow (Saturday): Auction, Aus tin's Market, 11 a.m.; R.S.S.I.L.A. old time dance. Soldiers' Hall. 8 p.m.; Talkies. Plaza Theatre. 8 p.m.; 50/50 dance. Junior Hall, S p.m.; 50/50 dance. Wattle Cafe, S p.m. Monday (June 12): Furniture sale, Austin's sale rooms, Frankston, 1 p.m.; gala night dance, Wattle Pal als, aid. Community Hospital, novel ties and fund-admission 1/6. Monday (June. 19): Furniture, Aus tin's sale rooms, Bay .street, Frank ston, 1 p.m. *Thursday (June 29): R.S.S.I.L.A. .Women's Auxiliary anual ball, Wattle Palais, 8.30. p.m. Thursday . (August 24): Frankston Fire Brigade golden] jubilee bill.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
PERSONAL -- Mr. J. F. Brown, formerly of Wan garatta Holy Trinity Cathedral, has assumed the position, of organist and choir master at St. Paul's Church, Frankston. Mr. Brown was pupil of the late H. G. Inge, formerly or ganist at All Saints" Church, St. Kilda, and St. Kilda City organist. :Mr. Harry Robertson was taken to Alfred Hospital last Friday seriously ill and is an inmate of Ward 7. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Lewis left for Mt. Morgan, Queensland, last Satur day morning, by car. Mrs. Charles Norris, who has been staying with her sister, Mrs. WT. J. McLean,) of Melbourne road, Frank ston, returned to her home at Won thaggi on Thursday. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Boul ter, formerly of Hastings, and now of Kerferd street, East Malvern, will be interested to learn that their son, Mr. Milton Boulter, was admitted as a barrister and solicitor, by the Full Court on June 1. &nbsp; . . . . . . 2 . -
SOMERVILLE DRAMATIC THRILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
SOMERVILLE -0-- DRAMATIC THRILLER. The Somnierville Dramatic Society has. for, the moment forsaken the field of comedy and..on Thursday evening of last week. presented a mystery thriller. The change was thoroughly appreciated by a large and very enthusiastic audience, the effects introduced being far. in ad vance .of 'inything the company, has done before, each., member of the cast acting splendidly, iwith 'Mr B. Mdajlini -and Mrs Durrant .being 'itt staibiliig. The, latter, in. addition to her part had, most. of the organisa tidh wdrk to attend to. Residents are looking oPrward to their next pro 'ductioii. . CRAZY WHIST. The ladies', social committee of the" football club intends, to run an other crazy .yhist party on Wednes day. night' next. "' .. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. The. Sobiervillo Christian Endeavoi Society held its annuial meting or Tuesday, -June 18, when the follow ing office-bearers were elected. Pre sideiit ':(Rev.' G. A. Osmond); vice presidents, Mr A. Renouf and Mr S Cla...
GOLF LONG ISLAND CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
GOLF -0 LONG ISLAND CLUB Following iq the result of last Sat urday's play for the trophy donated by the priesideit (Mr W.' G. Hiscock) : 73-A. T. B. Muntz (10), R. Coxall (22); 74-F. Boulter (26); 76-A. H. Talbot (9); 77-W. C. Gilbert (14); 78-K. C. Bowes (27); 79=--R. Lucas (14),.H., Guest (13), E. McBain (19); 85--H F. Piersohi (22); 88-J. A. Pier son (27).
A.W.N.L. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
A.W.N.L. ANNUAL MEETING At the annual meeting of the r.rankston, branch of the ,Australian Woiell's National Ldague, a good attendance of members heard an in teresting travel talk and commen I tary. entitled Affairs of the World at Present, which was delivered by Mrs l-Taynes from Central Executive. 'Officers elected for the ensufng year were: President. Mrs E. Col lins; secretary, MArs E. Bond; treas urer, Mrs J. A. P. Ham; vice-presi dents, Mesdames Howitt, Whittaker, Amor, Jacobs, Long and Pym. A dainty afternoon tea concluded a pleasant function.
TABLE TENNIS FIRST ROUND COMPLETED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
TABLE TENNISi FIRST ROUND COMPLETED The first round of matches was completed this week. Next Tuesday will be devoted to the mid-season han dicaps, for A and B. grade, and many good games should be witnessed. Quite a lot of young members in their first year are showing they have a sound knowledge of the game and Will improve with practice. The results of the final round of B grade are as follow: Militia 9 ,d. Children's Hostel 7; Church of Eng land No. 3 12 d. M.U.I.O.O.F. 4; Church of England No. 4 10 d.. Old. Students 6.
C. W. A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
C. W. A. Owing to the country women's ex hibition in the Melbourne Town Hall fromii" June 19 to 23, the usual mon thly meeting of the Frankston branch of the. Country Women's As sociation will be' held in the Soldiers' Hall on Thursday, June 29, at 2 p.m. instead of June 22. A demonstration will be given of the making of can dlewick quilts.
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY CARD EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
COUMMUNITY HOSPITAL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY CARD EVEN'ING A card evening will be held at the Golf House on Thursday, July 6. Tables may be reserved by telephon ing Frankston 126 (1/6 per corner). The committee urges residents to save silver paper and discarded tooth paste tubes which will be sold to augment funds. JUMBLE SALE. Proceeds from the jumble sale, or ganised by Mesdames Hosking, Stone and Baker, were £7/13/. ANNUAL MEETING. The annuam meeting of the auxil iary will be'held in, the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday, July 13 at 2.30 p.m. The auxiliary is making. an ap. peal to public-spirited ladies to be come associated with its work. They are especially invited to attend the annual meeting.
FRANKSTON AMATEURS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
FRANKSTON AMATEURS The next club race ,will take place, tomorrow '(Saturday)' at 3 p.m. Thi's will be -a 28=mile handicap to Dande riohg :and' Edithvale, finishing ;. •Olsen's 'Garage Franrkston. -The trophy for this race has bet donated by J. Cameron and Co., gro-" cers, of Playne street, Frankston.
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
COMING EVENTS -0 ---o- Tomorrow (Saturday): Auction, Aus tin's Market, 11 a.m.; R.S.S.I.L.A. old time dance. Soldiers' Hall, 8 Sp.m.; Talkies, Plaza Theatre,... 8 p.m.; 50/50 dance. Junior Hall, 8 p.m.; 50/50 dance. Wattle Cafe, S p.m. Monday (June 19): Furniture, Aus tin's sale rooms, Bay street, Frank ston, 1 p.m. Friday . (June 23): Picture night, Somerville Mechanics' Institute, 8; jumble sale, aid Frankston Football Club. Willard Hall, 10 a.m. Thursday. (June 29): R.S.S.I.L.A. Women's Auxiliary annual ball, Wattle Palais, 8.30 p.m. Thursday (July 13): Gala ball, aid Frankston Football Club, Wattle Palais. waltzing comp., good prizes, etc.. Billingsley's orchestra, 8 p.m. Thursday (August 24): The golden jubilee. ball of the Frankston Fire Brigade will be held at the Wattle Palais on Thursddy, August 24. Dancing, 8 till 2. .J. Billingsley's orchestra.