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C.W.A. PENINSULA GROUP'S SUCCESS AT EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
C.W.A. PENINSULA GROUP'S SUCCESS AT EXHIBITION Outstanding success was gained by the' Mornington Peninsula Group of the 'Country Women's Associatibn at the annual exhibition held in Melbourne during the week. The group, competing agiinst many lar ger branches, won two cups and .se cured many first prizes. The list of awards is as follows: CUPS. Mordialloc with a membership of over 60, 8479 points. Flinders (mei bership between 30 and 60), 4361 points. Frankston (first prizes). IMrs Cresswell, three firsts and green star. Table mats and special weaving. Mrs Glesson, one first. Infant's set. Miss Stuart, three firsts. Flowers, toys and doll. Mrs Bowes, special mention. Table design with 40220 used matches. FLINDERS. Mrs. Larking, chair, special men Lion. Mrs Cairnes, 1st, candlewick quilt. Mrs Cairns, 1st, home made butter.o Mrs Dunn and Miss Ballance, conununity crochet tray cloth, green star and 1st prize. Miss J. Wilson, child's smocked frock, 1st. Miss Dal lance, 1st, colored embr...
MAN KNOCKED DOWN. Severe Injuries. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
MAN KNOCIKED: DOWN. Severe Injuries. Severe injuries were sustained by k workman employed ;on :the Sheri dan avenue 'drain on Monday inorn. inz. when the bicycle ;he wasi riding came ,into collision with, a' =motor car driven by Harold Watts. of' Gil lies road..Fairfield. . The man was Harold Leslie Dar ley, iaged 26. of -McKenzie road. Sea ford; ' He: was .admitted to the A1i fred Hospital in a seriousi condition, sufferinig from a fractured ,skull, lacerated, forehead and injuries to ,the left' , 'oulder.
WATTLE PALAIS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
WATTLE PALAIS DANCE. There .was a good crowd at the Wattle Palais on Saturday night. The Monte Carlo was won by Miss Brown and Mr J. McDonald, and the lucky ticket dance by Mr J. McDonald and Miss Stev\ens. There will shortly be a special parade every Saturday night, There will also be many novelties, with handsome prizes.
JUNIOR HALL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
JUNIOR HALL DANCE. A very happy, crowd-of dancers en joyed themselves .at the Junior; Hall nn Saturday night. The various competitions, were won .by:-Maxina competition: Mr. DE. Allen and Miss Heriot;'? Mr; Minotti and Miss J. Darter; -:Mr. C. -,Thornell and : Miss Waters. Monte - Carlo: - 'Mr. W.: Marshall and&lt; . Miss. J. Marshall; [uckly partner: Mr: J. Aitken and Miss F; Mitchell.. Next. Sturday night .the .dance is to' be a run in aid of the Royal Vic tori'an Institute for the Blind. when ,he, committee h opea for a bum .mer night for this deserving object.
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
COMING EVENTS -0 Tonight (Friday): Picture night, Somerville Mechanics' Institute, 8.. 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, 8 p.m. Tuesday (June 27): Furniture sale,. Cranbourne road, Frankston, 1 p.ni. Thursday (June 29): R.S.S.I.L.A. Women's Auxiliary annual ball, Wattle Palais, 8.30 p.m. Friday (June 30): Somerville Fruit growers' H. and A. Association an nual general meeting, Mechanics', Somerville, 8 p.m. Thursday (July 13): Gala ball, aid Frankston Football Club, Wattle Palais, waltzing comp., good prizes. etc., Billingsley's orchestra, S p.m.
R.S.S.I.L.A. FRANKSTON BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
R.S.S.I.L.A. -0 FRAINKSTON -BRANCH. The old time dance conducted by the Frankstoi -branch of the-R. S. and S.I.L.A. every Saturday "night, .cntinues in popularity, and enjoyed a good' attendance- last ;Saturday. The Monte Carlo dance was won b7 Mr. W. White and Mrs. Phillips. GENERAL meeting members Frank ston Horticultural Society, Conti nental Cafe, Wednesday, June 28. Members' are asked to attend.
ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY A nice gathering of members and friends of the Frankston auxiliary at tended the annual meeting on June 15. Mrs E. Collins (president) .wel comed three, members from Mel bourne-Mrs Barry Thomson, Mrs F. Hayter and the new organising secre tary (Mr Henry McCrae). The election of office-bearers result ed: Patroness, Mrs Mackeddie; presi dent, Mrs E. Collins; vice-presidents, Mesdames Rogerson, James, Utber, Howitt, Baker and Brown; secretary, Mrs M. Tomasetti; treasurer, Miss M. Howitt; magazine secretary, Miss Cowan; auditor, Mr J. Lambie. Mrs Thomson in a neat and fitting speech thanked all members and their friends for the kind support of goods in cash and kind of £55 they had sent to the Alfred during the year. Mrs Hayter endorsed Mrs Thomson's re marks, and urged members to work' harder if possible, especially this yeari with the rebuilding scheme, Which with its most up-to-date equiipment is to cost £70,000. This institution will need all the help possi...
TRUCK DRIVERS FINED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
TRUCK DRIVERS FINED AT FRANKSTON. Edward Robert H-Iyder, of Surrey road. Prahran. was fiued £2, with 2/6 at the Frankstoa Court on Tuesday for driving a truck along Pt. Nepean road on May 3, the truck bleing over loaded by 2 tons, 6 cwt. with fire wood. William Ronald Anderson, of Ilighett road, Highett, pleaded guilty to a charge of driving a motor truck along Point iNepean road on April 21 at speeds varying from 30 to 38 miles an hour. Police stated that the limit for the truck which was loaded with 7 tons. 5 cwt. of sand, was 20 miles an hour. He was fined £4, with 2/, costs. DON'T freeze this Arctic' weather. Good dry wood delivered from '12/ ton. H. Rogerson, Davey st., Frank ston. Phone 341.
THE TURF MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS. (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
THE TURF MOONEE VALLEY, SELECTIONS. (By Espy) * L.45-CHANDOS HANDICAP Ngapuna...... .: .....- 2 Bow Tie .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 .15I-WINDARRA HURDLE Ex?noor .... .... ... 1 Turf Boy .. ;........ 2 Bridge of De. .. ..... .. 3 !.50-BURNEWANG HCP Chaldean ..... .. .. .. 1 Xavier ...... .. .. .... 2 Maintenon .. .. .. .. .. 8 .20-TRAVANCORE STEEPLE-+ Scardus .... .. ..... 1 Grantley ..... .. ...... '2 Beau Placid ...... .. .. . 3 1.55-DEEP CREEK HOP Prince Sion ,. ..... . 1 Demotic .. .. . .. .. . .. 2. Gay Knight .... .. .. 3 .30--GREENVALE WELTER- - Diaphane .. .. ... .. .. . 1 Parodier .. .. ... .. 2 Lynch Law ....' ........ 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
Cabinet Making t Frelc Polishing. m Upholstering. MASTER CRAFTSMEN (I.. F. WILSON & BROS.) corner of Young and Beach streets (opposite railway gates) E.cellent recommendations from Prominent Residents. Will Mornington's biage Pollute Bayd FRANKSTON MOTOR GARAGE Melbourne Road, FRANKSTON Phones 101, 97. Old established authorised General _ltotors Dealers, Chevrolet and Buick "?rs. Our propositions on trade-ins fe the best in Town. It will pay you o* fee O. J. OLSEN. FOR Flying Standard QUALITY CARS SEE K. BRETT 24 PLAYNE ST., FRANKSTON Phone 77.. The Peninsula's largest selec ion of Men's and Boys' Wear. Keep warm this' Winter in one, of our SMART OVERCOATS t We have fresh stocks in the lat. ? est styles and colourings from Swhich you' may select. The cut and the finish are special features of our snug . overcoats. .? EADIE'S 587 Bay St., FRANKSTON. 'Phone 352. rr-?LAx, JuijN. Za, 19St. Frankston Market Established 1900 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON Situated in Frankston's Main Busin...
AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS ANOTHER MEETING TO BE CALLED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS ArOTHER MEETING TO BE :CALLED The. public meeting called by the Shire Council, at the request of the State Emergency .Council, to .consider Red Cross precautions to be taken under the air raid precautions scheme was held in the Frankston' Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday evening but was poorly attended, only about 40 persons being present, owing to the very inclement weather. In the ab sence of. the Shire Presidentivho was confined to his bed with q severe cold, Cr J. L. Pratt presided. The Shire Secretary gave a resume of the meeting of representatives called by the State Emergency,Coun cil. Dr. Gerald Weigall, representing the Red Cross Society, addressed the meeting, and explained that. it would be necesdsry to form. a Red Cross Company with groups: in each centre. Each group would consist of 12" per sons, who would elect their own leader, who would be responsible to the' district superintendent and an executive committee of three persons. The groups would ....
STATE SCHOOL TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
STATE SCHOOL TESTS.S Following are the results of the last rsts at the Frankston State School: -Grade 6: Iris Cobb, PatriciaLucas, bunite Taylor, Jean Ives, Briau )'Gair (all obtained full marks); Trade I: Brian Brealy. Grade 4.(com )osite): Eddie Batty -Maurice Preus. tsr. Grade 3: Betty Prewett..• - en's Reversible Rain Coats .. 17/6 awn or Navy Bramacs 29/6 & 37/6 awn Gabardines .. "" 82/6 weeds, Navy and Coloredfrom 25/ ls ns . ... 17/6. and: 35/ so large selection of Youth and Boys' ~Siies
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
Marshall's Drapery Store Bay Street, Frankston USE MORE WOOL Wool for Knitting Woollen Blankets Woollen Underwear Woollen Outerwear And Support Australian Industry BEATTIE'S DRAPERY STORE FRANKSTON HOUSE BUILD INGS Men's Fleecy-Lined Pyjamas, all sizes, from 1/11 pair. rrIEiiA lr Thsis Butchery Caters For You s .. . . .. AT PRICE with meat that is a treat vou CAN MEET Whether the I YOU CAN MEET menu is to include Lamb, Mutton, Veal, ? I Beef or Pork, you are sure of a fresh, wellcut joint if you buy s Sfrom 1 i Robinson & Marks BUTCHERS. BAY ST., FRAlKSTON. Tel. 214. -Ua8m PIES-A-LLI HOTt AND SO- - DELICIOUS 'Z e- TO TASTE Sthat jou have no need to make Pies at Home. For Meat Pies and Fruit Pies come to Bay Cottage QUALITY HOME MADE CAKE SHOP (MISS JEWELL, Proprietress) Cr. Playne St. Tel. 452. FRANi:STON. FRANKSTON'S NEW BUTCHERY H. .R. WOODWARD & SON" 553 BAY STREET. Phone 225. Purveyors of Choicest Meats at Lowest Possible Prices. MUALITY CLEANLINESS CIVILITY 41so...
SPORTING HIGHLIGHT BOO! [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
SPORTING HIGHLI THT BOO I Fromi time immemorial the football umpire has been the butt of a section rof the cashi customers. For some barrackers the .day is not complete if they don't abuse the unfortunate umpire. Umpiring is a thankless job.' Umpilres'i'e born, not made. That is why so many irritate barrackers-they iare unsuited for their jobs. Too many are influenced by the crowd; too many allow the crowd to award free kicks. . If the umpire has not sufficient strength of character to adjudicate solo, instead of in chorus with the crowd, then he should not be in the game. League rules don't -help the umpire. They have spoilt the great Australian game, and the. sooner junior competitions dump them and play the Association throw-pass the better for the iigame. This football is' goals ahead of the basher type of League football, and the result is an easier game to umpire. The free kicks are more easily defined, and there is less cause for dissatisfaction with the "umpie." Sometimes fa...
The Editor Explains [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
The Editor Explains Recently the editor attended, by' in vitation, a smoke social held by an organisation the members of which were all strangers to him. He was introduced by the: secretary to many members, and one; chap-a Digger, and, a very fine type of middle-aged Imanhood-grasped the editor's hand very warmly, saying: "I am very glad to meet you. Allow me to congratu late you on the splendid Liberal articles' you publish." The editor, it is reported, accepted this hearty Australian's good- wishes with becoIming'modesty. The hearty'one continued: "I think you are a good Labor man, eh?" As editors learn to be "very diplo matic, our man ,griined his reply with a knowing look. The Digger's remarks gave us food for thought the following afternoon. Remember, the event was a' smoke social, and deep thinking on the fol lowing morning would not be expect ed, particularly by a dinkum Digger nd our friend appeared to be 100 per cent '"dinkum." The result of our labored thoughts was that pe...
INDOOR BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
INDOOR BOWLS' Results of last week's matches are as follow:-Sports B 14 d.d M.U.I. O.O.F. 13; Fire Brigade Auxiliary 18 1l. Mt. Eilza 3; Railways 16 d:; House wives 7; Sports A 15. d. Diggers C 11; Diggers A 13 d. F.F. B 11;'.Sports .A 12 d. F.F. B.11; Sports B 1S' d. F.B. Auxiliary 16; Diggers C 16 d Dig gers A 11; Diggers B 11 d. House wivies 10; M.U.I.O.O.F. '16 Mt. Eliza .14.
PLAZA THEATRE JUNE 23 AND 24 [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
:PLAZA THEATRE JUNE 23 AND,24. Those two famous comedians,, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, are portray ed in their funniest, picture," ,Swiss Miss, on Friday and Saturday, June. 23 and 24. Gay romance, and lilting ,melodies are highlights of this pro duction, in which these. stars ,storm the Alps as mouse. trap salesmen. Sophie Lang Goes.West is the title of the. supporting picture, starring Gertrude Michael and Lee Bonman. in an intriguing mystery dejot ive drama. Id. , Of 0,4' sir r. .: r ;A Popeye cartoon 'a .Popular .Sci ence item, and a Color-, Symphony complete the programme. SJUNE 27 AND 28 Olivia de Havilland and Dick Pow ell- are co-starred in a humorous and romantic tale, Hard to Get. It tells of the linking together of a sli6iled young heiress and a petrol salesman. It begins when the heiress tries . to tick up some petrol and Powell makes her scrub floors to pay it off. Sup porting is Charles Winninger, who is the short-tempered millionaire father. -Black Doll, and intrig...
TENNIS FRANKSTON CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
S:TENNIS --0-- SFRANKSTON CLUB'S ANNUAl MEETING At the annual meeting of the above club held on Wednesday night last, the following office-bearers were elected. for the ensuing year: Presi dent, Mr C. Coxall; vice-presideit, Mr W. Croskell; treasurer, Miss B. Staack; secretary, Miss M. Coxall; court captain, Mr j. Phelan; delegates to L.T.A.V. and Caulfield-Carrum Tennis Association, the president, secretary and Mr A. P. Croskell; match committee, the president, sec retary and Mr A. P. Croskell. The 'balance sheet showed a very satisfactory bank balance of £114, al though:. subscripti ns were slightly lower thani the previous, season. The B grade mixed doubles team were subicessful in bringing home the first ;pennant for the club. Two teams have been nominated to represent the club in the forthcoming Caulflield-Car rum Association's pennant competi tions, beginning in September-B grade men's doubles and A grade mixed sections. The delegates will attend the an nual meeting of the Cau...
Your Safety Valve UNEMPLOYMENT QUESTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 23 June 1939
YQour Safety Valve (A column for you. Let's. have. our views in brief on any. topic. exceiting religion. Eviery letter must'bear the writer's name .and address, not 'necessarily for publication. Head correspondence, fSafety Valve.") UNEMPLOYMENT QUESTION. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Listening to the pleasant Sun day afternoon service from Wesley Church I heard the speaker refer to the enormous amount of unemploy ment 'existing and suggest raising the school leaving age to 17 years? and teach a trade or profession to children to make them useful citizens when they leave, as a solution to'the prob lem. May I suggest thrdugh your columns that the school leaving age be left as it is, but the full basic wage of the male section be raised to, say, 24 years of age instead of 21. My reason is that very few youths of today are capable of taking a fully paid position at 21, and of course the employer can not afford (in these days of keen com petition) to pay the full wage to an incompetent person. ...