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ANNUAL BALL Jamberoo R.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
ANNUAL BALL 'Jamberoo R.S.L. The second annual ball of' tlihe 'Jamberoo Returned Soldiers League Woinens' 'Aiixillaiy Wtas held in' the Jamber6o School 6f' Arts on Friday,' 2nd: May,' when tl?e hall .vas taste-, fully decorated -vith: pomnpus grass, flowers,' streamersiand berries. The"Ball' was dflicially'opened by "Maigii'et" of Station 2WL, Wolloin gong,; "'who" was presented ' wvith shoulder sprays by Misses Edna' Jones".'and"' Valerie Gibson. Mris. Byrne;', President of the' 'Auxiliary, and Mrs.,'Vallack, who accompanied "Margaret" also receivecid shoulder sprays. Mr." Geoff Honey, President of the Jamberoo'Returned" Soldiers League, welcomed "Margaret" on behalf of the League,'and the Auxiliary. "Margaret," in', opening the ball, said slheknew how much work, a functioni'uch as this necessitated and congratulated the Auxiliary on the success, of the ,function. She wished the Leajue-'arid the .AAuxiliai'y every success and thaliked them for the invitation to open the 'Ball. Nick...
C. OF E. LADIES GUILD At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
C. OF E. LADIES .GUILD. At Jamberoo Jamberoo C. of E. Ladies Guild. held their annual meeting on Thurs day, 15th May. The attendance was inmall but workers very keen. 'Officers elected for the yeai were Mrs. Edwards, President; Mesdames E. K. Tate, W. Boxsell and Stewart, Yice-Presidents; Mrs. T.-. G. Ir vine, 'Secretary and treasurer. Arrangements for, a' Flowe, % Show w.ere malde rnd ladies 'are ,asked to contact the Secretary as to the?work to be done. A Birthday Cake \va given and much enjoyed.: by ,the menibers present.- All are looking foi'waid to avery happy year' of service.
CHURCH ANNIVERSARY At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
CHURCH ANNIVERSARY At Jamberoo Th" 69tl? Annivrersary of the Jam beroo;-Methodist Church was cele briated on Sunday, 4th - May, when Rev. R,' S. Brown, of Haberfield (formerly of Kiama Circuit) coin ructed the services .. both. nlorniifg' and evening. Mrs. H. M. Freder-. icks, Mrs., H. Cooper and Mi: W. H. Boxsell sang as a trio duringthe morning service and again izn the evelning also at which members of, the Girls Friendly Society sang in the choir aind Mrs. E. Marks" sang,. a'solo. Mi'. C. R. Chittick, the : Church. Secretary, welcomed Rev. Brown back and in response Rev. ' Brown thanked him and expressed pleasure. in conducting the services- hand thanked the Ainglican friends arid others who were present.
SCOUT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
SCOUT WEEK " Scout Week tliroughout ,AUtial!,t consneniced QoU Sunday last Scoiit Siunday Kiaina Scouts' il Wolf Cubs' atteiced Churchii uni, forim at the Chuicli'6.-Engiant whlie special re:etreince to thie Boy' Scout Movement .was made , . rhe Chief Scout'' of the Bitish; lEiniir e;'oidcl''Rowellen;, '>has, sent the followinginiessage, '?Du iing-thei past'higteein imonths steady develolmients .ve ', taen place in strengthelining the adn in istrative side of'Scutingaind I am:. confident 'thai"1947'iwvill'b'i ayear o?" "xteiisidi? in all " bianches bf" the mioyemi'ent: , Many fst:lass ;y oung leadeirs have a lieadytaken out War rant 'since dei obilisation 4nd1 tli Seniori Shout' blranch gives many mom e .ani opliortiinity to bi nug ?the life of joyous advinituie to the inew generatioin. "In "this' grieat Work evomy ?eison of gooldwill hcanhavy a share in onee capacity or ainother and I am sure thath ni'ity hhldreds will b.e willhiing so to do." During .' Scout' Week all. Scout Gi...
MEMORIAL TOWN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
. MEORIPAL TOWN SX HALL The Kiania Municipal, Council has Sgiven sbi'ioui co?Isideration to, the, iquestibii of a suiitable n iieiorie l al.to ,perpetiite thie iidnioi?o of thlose Who made the Suireme Sacrifice'during the last ,Woi'i?d War and to priovide Cl?ib Rooin for ex-Service personnel who served -in the .:Forces. The Council cdih iders that a??.?'Meiodrial Town--Hall with a" suitable honoulr roll, together., with a :?-'Club Room would be a flttinig memorial' and at the same time provide a°muhr need ed 'want 'fi th citizenss ;of' the 'Town and district .generally. : * The Council considers, however, that the: ,'ra'tepayers eand: residents? of the Muiicipality .should be given ample p9pportunity to discuss the proposal and by 'so" doiiig it'is' ihdped the residents will assist Council in the raising. of the necessary 'flinande to pei'mit tthe prdposal to proceed I at the approliiate'time' It is realised howevei' that any suchil chemie could not be proceeded with immediately. in...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
LOCAL &ai' GýENEý]RAL A. J..Campliel?and" l'Goimntau & Co.1had over .120 ani?ials at the Al bioif Park Yards . .Mon'd? 'd Tliere was a large attendance including outside' tbuyers and competition'was. keen. Calved" heifers made t6 £22/15/ _'?piing ,-heifers 'to " £21/5/ -; a line of springing heifers" £19/15/1 ' bac; ',,riigiig dws to £-22/10/-;, fat cows £15;. fleshy cows £10/10/-; bulls £9; store cows £3; yeh-'ling heifers /£q/i2/6; poddies to £6/10/1-.•
WEDDING HOWLETT—SHARPE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
W EDDIN 7 A wedding of great interest , in the Geriringong district was' solem nised at the Congregatiog ,Church by, lie Rev. ' I. E. Lawsoin on Sat urday, 26th April, when 'Miss Nona Sharpe, daughter of Mr. and Mi's. 0. '.G. Sharpe', of Toolijooa, was married to Mr. Hector Howlett, son of, the late James Howlett and Mrs. E. Howlett,:, of Bomaderry. The bride, who was given aaway by her fatheir, ;looked ch'raiining in ?; imodel gown of ;white damiak .ci epe featuring a: bustle effect and a long circular train.' Her beautiful hand enibroidered Brussels net vei? Wich', was mounted on tulle fell om. t coronet' of orange blossoms and tiny arum lillies. She carried a shower bouquet, of white gardenia' 'aiud frangilianri ii. Mrs. Bruce Sharpe, of Mosman,;at tended ,her sister,-in-law as Matron of Honour aid 'Miss; Betty Walikel, cousin of the bride,,filew froim, Lisa more to ,Sydney, so 'as to' act as bridesmaid, They wore frocks ',of cupid pink cobble cloth featuring draped ,bodice' with...
KIAMA MANSLAUGHTER CASE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
K PA-MA. MANSLAUGHTER .. CASE r Ther was ,a . e-hearing of :a': charge ol, manaslaiugiiter ; agtilus David Barrise Davidson (19), o.'In lity 'Street,; ?i?'den;- a Vo'Wllongong ,Quarter Sessioiis this weiek. ; :;.; ,: ::?At; the iprevious, helaring In I' eb ruhary 'this yeai th'e jui;-' .liagreed, S.Diaidson, who was reineseinted by Mr. R. L. Taylor,. was charged ýyith the niianslaughter. of Amelia "Mary, Tiinbs .and' ; ith causing' giievous bodily- harin to'Vera; iDapihne Pear so and L, 'ence' Os ald SlhIdelian .by ilegligent driving at Boinbo on the Pi'inces, Hi'ghway :dri . ptefilber ,13. He pleaded not''guilty'to the three: charges. .In his addiess to the 'jury,, the CroiWn Pioseiutoi, Mr.. L,, C. Hut chlnson, aileged ,that :Davidson drove a lish truck on to 'the: incorrect side oti thie: oad 'arid sti'uck a :lo'rry :driv: en by Arthur 'Galiaghier, ?which was: travelliig :in the opposite direction., . Mr. Hutchinson said the 'deceased girl' ia'd the'. tiwo' injured :-per'sons wer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
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MAN MISSING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
MAN' MISSING When his dog returned. home on Sunday. eveningwithout-him, it was. believed that James McEvoy, of Brown Street, Kiama, "was washed off, the rocks at'Bomlid Point.', When the Kiama Police made en quiries its was leai'ned that he had i been seen fishling on the 'rock ledge at about 11 a.m. A =fairly heavy swell was running on "Sunday 'and it was presumed tlhat he was en gulfed by. an extra large wave. Police were on the -scene at day break on Monday. morning,, and a, coat was see?i floating .in the water. At the-time of going to 'press yes terday (Tuesday) ' no trace had been found of him. - McEvoy' had lived at Kiama for about two years where he was em ploydd by Mr. J. Cleary, of Brown Sti'eet. A native of Ireland he has .no known relatives in Austiralia. ..
ARE YOU AN ONLOOKER? [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
ARE YOU AN ONLOOKER? Sickness isn't popular-except .as '' topic, of conver'sation:I. Operations are discussed oyer the teacups. Films featuring handsome, suirgeons and Sbeautiful nurses have 'ý wide' appeal. Ci'onin and' Curie are well-knowli to librarians. In:. fact; there, is far, ,imore" interest in' disease. than in 'health. 'The same thing happened to Peace in' ?,919/39. Statesmen admired and extolled the lady with the olive branch.. Almost everyone preferred her to Mars-but that didn't .prevent war'. Health is in much the same position. Nobody Wvants to be ill or.? "even ' feel. off-colour. Sick per sons are objects of 'sympathy; few callers envy them a 'hospital "bed. "..et very few people take practical steps to keep fit and well. s,Admittedly, a number go in for pport as a form ;of exercise., But the 'majority are content to. be on lookers. Some are interested, in diet. Often they are women. troub~ led by ,,icreasing poundage. The average 'citizen 'does little or, noth ing ...
JAMBEROO RED CROSS Food for Britain Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
JAMBER0,a ` : S ar RED' CROSS ' Food for Britain` Appeal The members of the abliove Branch sincerely thank , all' Contriblutors to the Food for Britain Appeal gistrict collection,, a, full : list' of ,'names of which' ap pear below: The amount collected was, £274/4/0 ''and this aimounit ,has 'been forw4rded . on to Red C?ross ,Headquarteis to assist this most 0 irgent and' w orthy cause. £ 100-MissReid. £50-Miss Colley (Greenvale). 5 /5/0-=Jambieroo Council ' £ 5-H Colley; Mairks Bros, D. McFaul, E. J. Noble. '£4/4/0' O.' K. East. £3/3/0 -Geoff Honey.. £2/10/6-A. L;'Fredei'icks. £2/2/0-W. H. Bobth, E. W. Pat ersoiin, Colley Bros., E. K. Tate. £2- H. .J: Noble, . J. Swn.'aW. Hi. Bo?sel , C .: D. Fredericks,' G. Higgs, C. Jones, W. J. Walker £1/1/O--H. C. Alexanider, F.' Tieck, A. Croucher, C. ,Raison, C. Chittick, Miss 'M. Colley, J. Fleming, C. Hamilton, T. H. Booth, W.: L. Booth, Richardson Bros. £1-Miss A. Higgs, Lawson Fred ericks, G. Alexander, H. C. Cooper, 'Mrs. L. Anderson, L...
BLOOD BANK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
BLOOD BANK The Secretary of the Kiama ils t'rict `Hospital (Mr. G: Sullivan) has received the following letter from the Blood Trahsfusion Ser ice of the -ustralian Red' Cross "The Red Cross .Society, intends further to extend its" work with the specific purpode of malking :.blcod tiransfusions more readily available in the country. It proposes . to do this by visiting country towns and, with the concurrence of the Hospital and Medical Practitioners, estab lishing a panel of local volunteers who will then be available to , act as Blood donors where transfusion is required urgently. It is' hoped to visit 'Kiama' during June and fur ther particulars will be sent' you during the ,next few weeks. "The lRed Cross' Society .believes that in piroviding' blood and serum for patients in' Metropolitan and country areas, it is doing ,a worth while job and assisting docto?is and nurses. to save lives which might otherwise be? lost.: I." would point out however that while the financial' and admin...
O'LEARY'S BUS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
O'LEARY'S BUS will run to DOG MEETINGS at WOLLONGONG and DAPTO Berry Bus will run to all night meetings of the Dapto and Wollon gong Dogs commencing Saturday night, 21st September, 1946. Leavp Nowra-5 p.m. Return Fare 10/-. Leave Berry 5.30 p.m. Return Fare 8/-. Leave Gerringong 5.50 p.m. Return Fane 6/-. Return after last race.
TENNIS GENT'S COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 May 1947
TENNIS GENT'S COMPETITION:, Gerringong played miama at Ger-I ringong in the above competition on Saturday last and the match result-; ed as follows: , K. Boxsell and L. ,Watson (G) vI S. Warnock and F. Sharp (K) 3-6, 6-3; D. Stewart and W.- Lumsden v. Brown and H. Bloomfield 1-6, 2-6;i K. Boxsell and L. Watson v. V. BrowE and H. Bloomfield 3-6,'6-8; D. Stew-i art' and W. Lumsden v. S. Warnockl and F. Sharp 2-6, 2-6. Kiama 7 set 47 games to ,Gerrin- gong 1 set 25 games.
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 May 1947
HOCKEY Gerringong meet Nowra at Berry this (Saturday) afternooli in .the first rboundi of t?eSiihoailaven Hockey Association's -competition .and Will be represented by the'. following:- Mrs. W. H. Bailey, Joan Caioil, Marid Love, .Joyce Giaham, -Ursula Carroll, Jean Gemiunmill, Beryl Walk'. er, Peggy Quinn, Kath Taylor, Mary, Johnson and Fay Chittick. Reserives Jessie Parkhill, Jean Stebbing, Mai, garet Campbell, Mary. Sharpe, and Betty Watson. Players are to catch the, bus leav- ing Noble Bros.. shop at 1.15 pl. m. Nowra. "B" team tihet the Gerrinm gong girls at Nowra on Saturday., An interesting game took place with Gerriringong doing most of the attack ing up to the interval,. but were weak in front 'of the goal. Joyce Graham, scored the only goal two minutes be fore half timle. Nowra improved in time second! half and were aible to force several! -orners but were unable, to score. Both teams were showing a decided weakness when scoring oppoirtunities offered. Mary Johnson scored ...
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 May 1947
GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong first graders journey to Berry to-day (Saturday) The Gongs have suffered defeat in both their competition fixtures this, seas on and the, displays given by the team have not been impressive. This poor, form has'caused the coach and selectors much ..concern tlithis week, and as a result the team has been re-arranged. Noel Love goes back to the full-back position whilst E. Miller becomes five-eighth fox the first time vice 'Keith Johnson who has been moved to the outside cen tre position. Neil Sharpe and Jack Cronin return to the team after a spell through iljuries and they will take their place in the 'ide as wing er and lock forward respectively. It is hoped that this reshuffle of the team- will bring 'about success to the team. The team is: Fullback: N. Love; threequarters: J. Sharpe, N. Miller, K. Johnson, N. Sharpe; five-eighth: E. Miller; half: T. Quinn; forwards: D. Shappe, W. Miller, V. O'Sullivan, G. O'Sullivan, I . Graham; J. Cronin. Reserve, K. MI...
KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 May 1947
KI'AfA CLUB' The Kiama,' First Grade. team. to' play Albion Park at Ianiam on Sun day is as follows: C. Hardy, N. Burton, F. King, H. George, R. Aiken, J. Blanch, R Cambirell, J. Gannon,' F. Hardy, W. Burton, S. Weir, A. Gannon, J. Creighton. The Reserve. Grade ?teaImi to :Ilay Nowra also' at Kiama on Suniday is: SB' Robb, J. Mitchell, K..Holz,'.H. Richardson, K. Tvans, A, McAdami, J: McDonald, K. Saundei's, A. James, J. Smith, J ,Gannon, D. James, M. Lay. Reserve, R. Nicholls. The following team will represent Kiania 'Juniors against Milton Jun iors to be played at Milton on Sun day. 'Bus leaves 10 o'clock sharp. G. Smith, B. Leggett, .D:. Miller, J. J~ames, 'J. Warren, N. :McGuire, T. .Best, J.. Haigli, B. Spinks,'. N. Mason, M. Whittaker, T. King, J. Holz..,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 May 1947
WANTED TO. ! ENT-House in :' :Kiania for wee w froinm' 25th lDoceimiber. If ,i 'e' ry can ex change accomnio t i for 3-4. per sons.' Ap'Aply Clhriian Brothe'rs 0oirier' Street, Burw? v .. " "ANTED---Girl to. assibt int o:, ..A.pply :in first instance this OfIice A.KAKRD.I' Utility '. ;!,Truck~Foir 1OR. SALT iAlinde , well ,':grpwn Grade' Gu'er ? 'Spiiinging Heif-' ers and You ) ls.-W. J. WALK ER, .SilverI ll"'KIA1VMA, Phioe i11f7 `SILVER, WEDDING GEORGE--BARTLEY.---At. Metho-, 'dist' Chhrch, Pailmbiula; , 25th May; 1922, by Rev. L :M. KI Mills, iar old, James George to 'Maijy Eliza beth ,Bar-tley. Pr?seint' 'addriess, Teiridlong Strieet, Kiania. GERRING NG BRANCH .Handicirafts ixhibition ucdcer; the ` auspices oof the aboy ,ill be held in the G, rirngonfr chol. of Arits on WEDNESDA NEXT, 28th M.Y. ' Mrs.; I-?a tfleldsf Wo ongong, will perform' the a icial 'o I0 ing c'ere mony at, n: D.$. NOBLE, Slicity Officer. LADIES F ETING A NY;Ladei? will?4. to vol uneer to assist fin the ; ate ...