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JUNIOR HALL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
JUNIOR HALL DANCE. Another very successful dance waR held- at the Junior Hall on Saturday night. The second heat of the Maxina competition was won by Mr E. Knott and Miss D. Lloyd. Mr L. Richards and Miss Floylet, Mr T. B. Pullen and Miss J.. White. The Monte Carlo dance was won by Mr Costello and Miss Golds, and the lucky partner by Mr R. Benson and Miss Ravenscroft.
COMBINED GALA NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
COMBINED GALA NIGHT. The Community Hospital Auxiliary and Frankston 3XY Happiness House attracted a large attendance at the Wattle Palais. The hall was nicely decorated with flags and colored streamers. The stage was also decor ated in silver and 'blue tinsel. The Wattle Palais orchestra supplied the rhythm. Mr Alf Cockle carried out the duties of M.C. admirably. The lucky partner dance was won by Mr S. Davis and Miss L. Knight, and the Monte Carlo by Mr S. Young and Miss P. Schulz. A delightful supper was served, and dancing continued until a late hour.
R.V.I.B. DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
R.V.I.B. DONATIONS. ,. Mrs. J. B. Jolly, hon. secretary, Frankston Auxilairy of the Royal 'Victorian :Institute for the Blind, de sires to acknowledge with grateful thanks receipt of a donation of £1/ 1/i from Cr. G. Hodgins (Shire Presi-, dent),: to the funds of -the Auxiliary
HASTINGS PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
HASTINGS PERSONAL. Friends of Mr and Mrs George Per- rott, now resident in London, will be pleased to know that they are both doing well. In a recent letter to his Hastings friends Mr Perrott said that his thoughts were often with the boys on the football field, and hoped that he would not be too old when he re- turns to Australia to take his place with his former team mates. Mr Per- rott recently suffered a severe illness, but has recovered his health.
In Other Lands [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
In Other Lands -Oo These. articles are being written by a local resident who is at pre sent on a world tour., THE JUNGFRAU TRIP. A trip up "the narrow gauge rack and pinion or coy electri.: railway to the' summit of Jungfrau,413,667 feet above sea level, should be made by every visitor to Switzerland as it is without doubt one of the most re markable in the world. It is certainly one of the grandest and most daring engineering achieve ments of modern times, and is the highest railway in Europe: It lies for almost the whole of its length iun the interior of. the mighty snow-capped Alps, and took 14 years to build. The. expenditure amounted to 12 million francs. Having spent the night,. before at the pretty skiing village of. Wengen, 4190 feet above sea level, with its small main street . and luiie hotels, which 'pirvide e ieellet accommoda tion for the snow lover who' visits and returns- to this delightful every win ter. We board the train at 8 a.m., and find ourselves in a nice upho...
CORRESPONDENCE UNEMPLOYED. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
CORRESPONDENCE - - '0.--- · ,f UNEMPLOYED. S(To the Editor.) Sir,;-As an industrial worker I.have watched with interest, the movement for 'the: betterment' of' the workler, or, should:'I. say," non-worker, and the re-. moval of the unemployment and sus tenance 'blot from our national regis ter. The problem is one of great mag nitude,' requiring the services of the best intellect' .procurable if there is to be any lasting achievement. Spas modi?e 'fforts are likely to produce' replercussions injurious to the move ment, and at their best can only achieve partial success. The objective can '6nly be attained by co-operation of rzeligious, charitable. industrial, capitalistic and financial interests, , and': then only through a universal spirit of, Christ mindedness. Also it must-be considered that should work be found for all the unemployed, there is danger of the present workers 'be ing affected. Who are the unemploy ed. They can be divided into: 4(a). The people physically unable to w...
OLD STUDENTS' REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
OLD STUDENTS' REUNION. A crazy night has been arranged by the comxmittee of the High School Old Students' Association for Saturday July 8. Old-time and modern dance: will .be interspersed with novelty dances. Crazy prizes will be -present ed by the winners. The supper pro vided by the committee is a Well known feature of these popular dances. Old and new exies and their friends are cordially invited.
FOGS IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
FOGS IN MELBOURNE. Fogs in Melbourne mean that warmer clothes .are needed, but dark days make. it difficult for 'sewing: H'owever, Ward Bros., the sewing machine experts, have' solved the problem with' their improved electric motor and spotlight, which can be' at tached to any "make of. machine. Don't strain your eyes any longer, but call and inspect this time and labor saving device at Ward Bros.' showrooms, " 36 Errol' street," North Melhourne, and all suburbs: .Phone F3985, or,' if more convenient,, call or write to Mrs D. Ward, 6 Epsom avenue, Mordialloc.
S.E.B. BALL GAY FUNCTION PLANNED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
SIE.B. BALL -0- GAY FUNCTION PLANNED. The City Hall, Mentone, will be a popular rendezvous on Wednesday, July 12, when the South-Eastern Beaches' Association will hold its an nual ball. All life saving clubs in the Frankston-Mentone district are co operating.to make this function an outstanding success. Last year a huge throng attended the ball, and this year's event will be even more hilarious. Rhythm fans will be well supplied with the latest in swing, and a bunch of novelties will keep the fun going fast and furi ous. If you have enjoyed watching the various life-saving teams in action on the beach, why not go along and meet some of them personally? Tickets are priced at 2/6, and may be obtained from the secretary of any life saving club in the district or from the secre tary of the association (Mr J. Touzel). A meeting of a ladies' committee formed from the various clubs will meet at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, July 5, at the home of M.rs L. R. McDonald, 28 William street,. Mordialloc....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
NEW MENTONE PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC hon '4. Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY ',Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney Boys' Town : Also The Ritz Brothers Straight, Place & Show Both Pictures For General Exhibition. MATINEE SATURDAY, 2.30 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY George Brent and Olivia De Havilland Wings of the Navy .Suitable for General Exhibition. Also Phyllis Brooks and Preston Foster Up The River Not Suitable for General Exhibition. THURSDAY and FRIDAY. Joe E. Brown Flirting With Fate suitable for general exhibition Also Michael Whalen and Jean. Rogers Inside Story (Not suitable for general exhibition) CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. THEATRE ARTIFICIALLY HEATED. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Elizabeth Bergner and Michael Redgrave Stolen Life SNot Suitable for General Exhibition. Also Fredric March and Virginia Bruce Thiere Goes My Heart SSutlable for General Exhibluton. PLAZA Chelsea's New Theatre (OPPOSITE STATION) ALL FEATURE pROQ elIl Complete Change of Programme 3 Ti...
WEDDING BELLS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
WEDDING BELLS -0- St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Som erville, provided the setting for the wedding of Eileen Marjory, daugh ter of Mr and Mrs A. E. DennEtt, of Hastings road, Somerville, to Lloyd Leslie, son of Mr and Mrs Stockton of 73 Christmas street, Northcote, when the ceremony was performed by' the Rev. S. O. Seward, on Satil' day. June 17. The bride wore a gown of white satin. with a tulle veil caught to her hair with a wreath of orange blos som, while her shower bouquet was made u:n of white azaleas and chry santhemums. Her bridesmaids. Misses Sylvie Dennett and Leila Stockton wore frocks of cyclamen embossed taf feta with velvet bows and belts of a deeper shade. They carried bou quets of violets and carnations sur rounded by pink sweet peas.. The bride's youngest sister, Stella, was trainbearer and wore a dainty frock of the same shade as the bridesmaids, while she carried a bas ket of pansies, carnations and sweet peas. The groom had Mr H. Wilson for best man, and Mr A. Den...
What the Churches are Saying THE CHRISTIAN COMMONWEALTH MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
What the Churches are Saying ... ... .. 000 . . . . THE CHRISTIAN COMMON WEALTH MOVEMENT. "If it is by the power of God that 1 drive out the demons it is evident that the Kingdom of God has come upon yoLu."-Luke 11:20.* "Unless a man is born anew he can not see the Kingdom of God."-John 3:3. " ... you were living apart from Christ, estranged from the Common wealth of Israel, with no share by birth in the Covenants which are based on the promises, and you had no hope and no God in all the world. But now in Christ Jesus you who once were so far away have been brought near through the death of Christ. . . . His design was to, unite the two sections of humanity in Him. self, so as to form one new man (humanity), thus effecting peace, • . ."-Ephesians 2: 12, 13, 15. The purpose of life is to live and • work happily together as members o0 one great family in the making, foi we are all children of God, in a home of our F'ather's furnishing. The har mony of. family life is made possible on ...
MELBOURNE'S FIRST CARNIVAL AN AMBITIOUS PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
MELBOURNE'S FIRST CARNIVAL -0 AN AMBITIOUS PROGRAMME A brilliant list of attractions em bracing all branches of entertainment has 'been arranged for Melbourne's first carnival, which will take place. between October 21 and November next. The carnival season opens o Saturday, October 21, at the Exhib tion, with the first production in Aus tralia of T. C. Fairbairn's .pageant version of Coleridge-Taylor's opera, Hiawatha. Hiawatlia will' be perform ed by a chorus of 500 voices, a ballet of 100, a symphony orchestra'- 6i 75 players, conducted by Dr Malcolm Sargealt. 'The leading roles in the opera '41ill be played 'by famous sing ers. Mr Fairbairn, originator of the pageant version of Hiawatha, who pro duced all the Eniglish productions of this work, has been specially elngaged to come to' Australia to produce the Melbourne performances. Mr Fair bairn' is a well-known operatic pro ducer in England, and' has a long list of triumphs to his record. Thirty brass bands: will compete: in a c...
DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
0 DONATIONS. Mrs. J. B. Jolly, hon. secretary of the Frankston Auxiliary R.V.I.B. de sires to acknowledge receipt of the following donations :-Mr J. T. Wil kins £2/2/, Mr W. .D. Greig £1/1/, Mr C. G. V. Williams £1/1/, Mr G. W. Booth £1, Dr Frank Vincent 10/6. Amount previously acknowledged £20/15/. Total £26/9/6.
ST. PAUL'S LADIES' GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
ST. PAUL'S LADIES' GUILD. Although a very cold afternoon, many people viewed the exhibits in the 2/- competition. arranged by the guild. The honorary judges, Mrs But ler and Miss Brazenor, had a very dimcult task set them, as only a nar row margin of points existed between many of the entries. In Section A, Miss Mary Cardwell exhibited a .beau tifully knitted 'baby boy's suit, and was awarded first prize. Mrs Card well, with a toddler's jumper, secured second prize, and a girl's jumper en tered by Miss May Cardwell was high ly commended. In Section B, first prize was given Mrs Wadeson for her exhibit of biscuits and fancy delica cies. These were most attractively e?hibited. Mrs Boldison, with an ex libit of jam, was awarded second prize, the third going to Mrs James for her collection of fancy biscuits. A .very jolly game known as the beetle drive was organised by Misses Hurry, and Grice, and caused consider able amusement, Mrs Saltmarsh' win ning the prize. Altogether the afternoon...
Mornington Sewerage Scheme Opposed by Local Councils [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
Morniagton Sewerage Scheme -----oOb .-..o Opposed by Lcal Councils Deputations from the City of Chelsea Council and the Mornington People's Committee waited on the Shire of Frankston and Hastings Council at a committee sMeeting on Friday night asking the council to oppose the proposed disposal of se -erge effluent into Port Phillip Bay from the Mlornington, sewerag q scheme. There was no opposition to -the Mornlngton sewerage scheme, said Mr Radley, speaking on behalf of. the Mornington People's Committee. The deputation was asking the council to co-operate in a deputation to the Pre mier opposing the pollution of the. bay, 'by the. effluent from the scheme being: deposited near Marine Cove, Mornington. Continuing, Mr Radley said that his committee feared that if the Morn' ington Sewerage Authority were. per mitted to run, the -efiluent into the bay- it wouold probably be the fore runner of many other bayside.. towns -desiring.; tQo:ac timilarly. xrhey, ter.} afraid also that the se...