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SCHOLARSHIP DANCE SUCCESSFUL ENJOYABLE FUNCTION AT MEMORIAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

3SCNLARWHP DANCE . WINJOYAULE FUNQTION AT MIMOR!AIC HALL. MulB ER1i of .the Convent FC.J. Pe t, Pu?plep Association held an enjoyable and sucessful.dance at the Memorial. Hall on Tuesdar evening Slast the object beng .to raise an lamount for their ,Bcholarship tfed. As a result o thr ort, a good roAt' i.,':espected. t"he ?: ?serva ,Dance Band Pupplied briast hiuntc, whilst members of the Asgoclatiia'.provldsd a tasty supper. -The presidnt, Mrs A.. Gasterstdt. were frook of matina blue mata lasse, whilst Miss E. O'Bhea, the sec retary, wae In ?avy, erepe de chine with flonal trimmings. Other ;present were:-. Miss Pmseae ack, flame taffeta. Miss .' Hlnten: soral- asoreette Uafte. F.Wriaer, gold taffeta. Miss Jeadn Amos, red -las Miss AgnesI W1iill spotted organdle over pink taffeta. lMiss ' i ?Pindley; brown marocain. iMrseIR MeLennan (Malvern), floral tafeta. Missl B. Wilams, white satin. Miss 4L C nrimmins, blgk georgette Mre Balnes. white satin MIsa A. Crawford, royal blue satin. M...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

1./ r ..:. -FROITR AT.WA -mm ie .e Reduc ions Stocks to Clear. i 'Everything Reduced:.: "Marie" xclusive frock Salon (r oppI.trm i?ir Mti? 'LINDA HEFFORO) IM1E STRZI EE IENALLA LADIES! A Permanent Wave IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE WINTER MONTHS CURLY ENDS ARE A. GLORY TO ALL WOMEN. COME THEN TO SAYETTE SALON FOR A. PERMANENT WAVE, .SETTING, MARCEL OR TRIM. SAY'S UUILDINGS, NUNN STREET, SENALLA. PHONE 448. ý-mIUE8ImNnammini.9 JOIN IN THE FUN SHOWING AT BENALLA TALIKIES Satu"day (Matinee and Night). and again Monday Night.. HEN nutel and Harpy, singi a" "duet with yariations, preceded by t swing dunce of the gay 90's vintage, Irin' the' Hal' nIoii'li-;MO'a fetur : length, comedy. Way ,,Out WVest;"` It reprecdnti' thd m?t `hiliilousty funny,. and brilllant entertainment this stellar-. team of comics havedpresentdd during,. the, more than ton ;years .they have been together on , thoescreen. Sid raced ,tan and. pompous-Jolly . Ollo are a riot of fun from thetme t' teyh , enter the picture across...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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GOLDEN VALE GOLF SEASON OPENS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

GOLDEN VALE GOLF SEASON OPENS IN the presence of a large numbe of golfers and their friends, the official opening of the Golden Val Golf Club's season took place on Sat urday afternoon last in fine weather The official ceremony was performed by the president, Mr A. Sullivan, whi eitended a hearty welcome to all the visitors. He said that the club hao had a very successful season lan year, and they hoped, with the co operation of members, for an equally successful one this season. Theo were fortunate in having a strong committee, who had outlined a very progressive policy for the general Im provement of the links. He then de clared the links ofelally open for play. The associatee entertained visitors. to a tasty afternoon tea Thirty-six pairs competed for tron phles donated by the president, the winner being H; . .. Waller and Siste, M?acPherson. ]Leading cards handed In were:-H, . Waller and Bister MacPherson (14),8 3; 'E. Vaughan and Mrs Lynch (20 2/2), 42 1/8; V. Vernon and Mrs Jo...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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OPENING OF NEW AERODROME GREATEST PAGEANT NORTH OF THE DIVIDE. DATE NOT DECIDED UPON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

GREATEST PAGEANT NORTH OP THE DIVImE. DATE NOT DECIDED-UPON. * Although nothing definite has been reaehed, it is probable that Uenalla's new aerodrome will be officially opened on Saturday. June 4th next. Mr A. W. Rocoe*, secretary of the. Senalla branch of the R.S.LI.L.A ie at present negotiating with the Civil Avia. tion Seard regarding the matter. Arrangements are now progreassing between the special sub-commlttee appointed by the Benalia Returned Soldiers' League, the Shire Council. the Defence Department and the Civil Aviation Board, for the greatest aerial pageant ever held north of the Divide. The ceremody of declarlng4dbe new 'drome open will be performed by Captain Johnson, Federal Controller of the Civil Aviation Board, and Royal Air Force and Civil Aviation planee will stake part In the pageant which Is expected to attract thous and .of spectators to the town that 'day. Sultable functions, will be held at nlsht, and it is hoped to. make the day L real gala one as far as B...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Batting and Bowling Averages BENALLA AND DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

Batting and Bwing Averages `OENALLA AND DISTRICT ;'CRIpKET ASSOCIATION. S.Theo following averages have been compiled for the seanson 1937/8, up till" the end of play last Saturday. and with the exception that in Baddagin nle's averages, the results of their game with b)ookie College, fligures for which are not yet obtainable, could not therefore be included, The aver ages of the other teams will be pub. llshed next week: S BENALLA Batting. Inn N.O. H.B. Ttl. Avg. E. Cleary. .-. 24 8 105 946 45 C. Robertson .. 28 4 91. 670' 80 H. Clarke .. .. ?1 0 '50" 247 .19 J. Cleary ;. '. 21"2 27 214, "11.9 C. Lowe . ,. 10 i3 4x 97S' 18.9 R. Landrigan? ..", .2 0 22 23 11.5 K. Turror '.. .. 19 0 39' 211 11.1 R. Dunn,, . .'.' 21 2 ,45 x:206 :'10. C. ;James 8.... , 9- -146' 9.7 V.: Sheppard, ." 9 94 B.. Crlmnines : .:2 1 ,1'' 8, J. Holloway ., 6 2:, 24 09 7. P. Murphy . . .. ?13 4 13 70 '7.7 G. Dolphin . ,? 6 0 .'6,'.:18r 2.6 :Bowling. R. W. Avg. J..Byrne.' 9 81.1 K. Sherwill ..- . .. 23 ' 6 3.8 E. ...

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BENALLA GOLF CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

BENALLA GOLF CLUB . NOTES J1 TEREST is now centred in the opening event of the meason, which will take place to-morrow, when .mixed foursomes over 12 holes .'will be played, for trophies donated? by Mrs H. Johnston and Mr A. Grubb. A cordial Invitation is extended to all g olfers;' for the opening, an as the -'..course s looking well, an enjoyable afternoon can; confidently be looked forward to. *mhe. offi?lom ceremony will take place .at .tIe fternoon tea interval and will ,',be Performed by the president (Mr A. F W Grubb). , Plaers wishlg to make ly start ill'tius be enabld to As'ociates are asked to note that theilr organlsaton le I providing the e.afternoon tea. I n:'lpw of the larsge number of omilnatione received the committee it Ilast ..meeting deoided tO imit ethesedliates .membership to 70. tchb fligure has been more than ackled.:.'Future nominations can thMreforeobe placed on the waiting list only, but the committee is prepared I'?tceept', nominations for week. day ?~'ina ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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RED CROSS AUXILIARY YEAR'S ACTIVITIES DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

RED CROSS AUXILIARY YEAR'S ACTIVITIES DISCUSSED. HE ordinary monthly meeting of the Blenalla Red' Cross Axillairy was held In the Tohn Cooper Hall on Monday afternoon last, when the president, Miss Dutmeld was in the chair. A' letter was received from head quarters acknowledging a parcel containing 0 cotton shlrts, 10 pairs of sox and a pullover. Appreciation was also expressed at the action of the branch In Its efforts to assist the Red Cross Appeal. In view of the forthcoming Fair. it was decided to abandon the iusual American Tea. which Is usually.held In connection with the' Florelico-e Nightingale appeal. A general discusslon' took placo re-, garding the fair wlhich wi'.:be hlield next month. STofembers handed in, finisheda work which willi be despatched , to 00iel-' bourne. A 'niimber of cut garnrentsfils well as wool were dlistributed among. members for maklng: :'. :i

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GOORAMBAT BRANCH MEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

0OORAMBAT BRANCH MEETS. riH Goorambat branch of the United Country Party held a meeting on .Monday evening last to heafr teports from . Moers M. P. Cleary and D. Ferrie, their two dele gates to the annual conference. .'T.the surprise of many, the dele gates brought, with them' IAglowlnf account of proceedlns, Instead as some supposed, a globmy one. Both men referred briefly to the Slight up set, known as the breakaway, Ns trumpeted by opposing elements, both press and pDesalmlts. Mr Cleary briefly outlined the do ings of. some of the leading rebels, making It quite clear that selfish motive. s the driving power behind it all. Between the two delegates, a very comprehensive description of. the whole conference. wa given. Loyalty to an honorable and worthy party was urged by these delegates who have a first-hand knowledge of all that happened, and is happening, and had the effect of making the branch more determined, than ever' to give their beat efforts" to strengthen the U.C.P. In I...

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Benalla Stock Market ROBINSON AND MONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

Benaillia Stock M'arket ROBiNSOMi AND :MONOS.; I3 OBINSON & MONDS report hav ing held their uuisatl fortnightly markeit on Tuceday? 20th .Apill. rTheor was a good ,ynrdingi of" stocli all rounds ;witih copetitlon for??ill pirime ruiiality beef and mnitoi 'kecn prices bbeing in ;iidvance of ;the "firm rates rulingt ho; tprovioa. imarket. i e can .A'A^ gund yarding of primn quality. cotlali with pi ices ;very firm. <rlumc welght ibuilck f:/O/ ;1/,:?- £.:iL/1/'£7,; 7/1l/, £8 to £.L10710/:;' fat steers, £410/~/ f4/1/,t 0' to 06/6/;; fat cows, 78, 5 1S6//,' t ' LO/17/: : mail vcalers =38/ t640/; i::sbullst'o iE3/10/.= A A nigoodd! yardingi :.wlth i compoetitlon keon,;::altico-being in iad?;nce of'late .rat e ~t'llVe topped the market ivlt b pin of w~elthoriq on iaccount: ofor MTr'I. Hili4 of. matirleld :Park. 'which nmade f/9f' 'hemnic purchaseil byMr. Bu rns Othe' wci ethers 18/10 1/ 2 22/0.'"26/1:to 20/0; ifat lambhs .16/;C16/06; '/r- /i fati ewes, eI8w Ith l to 14/0...

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GOLF BENALLA GOLFER'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

GOLFU BENALLA GOLFER'S SUCCESS P'laying at theb Peninsula aolt Club's annual open ,tournament dur-. Ing the week,; Mrs C,?R. Srmlth -won tho A" .',division .-handicap with' a. not 00

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WARRENBAYNE NORTH OPENING TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

??:iWARRENBAYNE NORTH` OPEN-. N:- ii?iN TO MORROW. : The openiing Tof the Wnarrenbayne North i nks willl take plac to=morrow when. a cordial invitation Is extended: ;to all?clube to attend '.The hospitality of members ýof the' WVarrenbayno club i is wll known, and an enjoyable af toernoon lasassured for .any -'players _from Bonalla and other parts. FOUR CHILDREN IN ONE FAM 'ILY .STRICKEN-A boy; aged; four ,years, esori of Mr and Mrs W. Terecke, ,of Esmond,`became 'seriously Ill on Friday:? He'auffered severe -abdom inal paine. and on '-' Saturday* was taken to Yarraongoa for. treatment, but he' died "later. ' :Last week three other .children. of Mr and' Mrs Ger ecke became, ill and ssuffered: severe abdominal pains, -. tiu i after home treatment !.they. recovered.:.The de-. iputty coroner' opened an rinquest: into the death dof th child, and.after tak lng formal?videncd 'adloured the ie. SYDNEY.: EXPRESS HITS TRAILER:-By afraction of a aecond "Mr L. 0. Yoxon,:drlver of a transport f...

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THREE DIMENTIONAL POPEYE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

THREE DIMENTIONAL -POPEYE TIIE full length Popye finlm which will be shown at Ienalla Talklles on Saturday: is not only in color but *in .three dimensions. Technicians have tried for years to accompllish this, and at last one has succeeded. The film cartoonist, lfax Flelscher is thie hlnventor of the complex technique through which Popeye will bhe seen with the world's greatest liar, "Sin bad,i' with the illusion of depth. 200 -hades of color.are required to make a Popeye cartoon;

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

PERSONAL Guest . taynr wth Mr m a r A. w. B. MMoillm fet tie weddlin of their daughtMe hom to Mr B. LEvan on It?urday li w Mr and Mre I MoMilla (Bu)ptoa). 'Mr. t. R en. pell (Albert Park). Mr J. MeM lllan (Corryony). Mr T. Wllinam (c?d ,sewa) M, s .I. Jones (6limour) and Mr W. NLcol (Beymour). M, n,.4. "T6bob) Hnry, Who has been on the staf of the Bak of A'u. tralal tor some titas pt. has been tranrferred to the Toorak branch Prior toleaving Beasit he was tare. Swelled by the staff of the bank and inade.a prientsaton. Members of the 8th Light Horse also farewelled him and presented, hblq . with a parting gift. His successor is Mr T. J. Lowe of Toorak branch. * , . . ,: , .' ; , " . • .Dr:. . Dunlop, son of Mr and Mrs .. H. Dunlop; of Barkly Street, Bon alls;l sat present'vlilting his parents prior -to'leaving on the Ormonde for Cngland, where he will continua his studles. . *!' . - *. C - .ghe wedding., took ' place' in M. 'bourne oh W dMaOy" last of Miss Bonnle. Campbell, the .Lord...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

SECURE BEST POULTRY FEED FROM Evans Grain and Produce Coy. CARRIER STREET, BENALLA . SPECIAL CHICK MAI BABY CHICK FOODGROW G; g =i; f rsx 4,. ý yW 4' at; a III· ·, - .' I'''# ~ J , : ·: II,4 ~ sef\ 0a of "r s WA IaJ4 t0V9$Jtd be the ia ·r-1·r ,ý.t~ CIO I WT, L L E W I ATA : r _ ý 93a.ý .,, , ý ' h Ne ý- .s ýý' ' . PI RITT Mý Y .: :. ý"ye" :,;,iy, .77P `.' n ",i: f Y'1 . -^. r-ýý> 'Aws>n 3A p± :. `° '` ; :Y0' ati",1t $sv ra{ ý .;e., r ` F, " {" t, b2 i:t,{';.j' r; ;tat"i:; ý:;x ; NLWAYBENALA TANSPRT C., LCAL GENT ? ?Before y6u stip pfo' take i, your partners," step into our Shoe Parlo0er and take to "i ' W yourself a pair of The Latest Eveniag ,Shoes We have the right styles for "tripping the light fantastic" 'NELSON'S BOOTERY: i 104 Bridge Street, BENALLA. Phone 'SO. EVENING SHOES GOLD CALF SANDALS, 14/9. '- SILVER CALF SANDALS, 13/9. WHITE VELVET SANDALS, 12/9. , S SILVER~KID SANDALS, LOW HEEL, 17/9 . SILVER KID SANDALS, HIGH HEEL, 19/11.-:-. BLACK SATIN COURT SHOES, 19/6 . I...

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BENALLA CROQUET CLUB UNITED COUNTRY PARTY GYMKHANA FOR RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

BENALLA CROQUET CLUBUNITEDCOUUNTRY PARTY GYMKHANA FOR RED CROSS., THE Benalla Croquet Club will hold a gymkhana on their lawns on Saturday, . May- 7th, commencing at 2.30 p.m., to help. the Red Cross Ap. peal. There will be novelty game- 3(1 entry -and afternoon 1tea Sd., An invitation is extended to niiytonee who can come and help .thls.. worthy cause,' also to tiemers of o Bowling Club, their wills and frlenr'd, mem bers of Railway Institute Croquet Club and .High School Croquet Club. All will be very welcome. Last Wednesday an all day tourna ment was held. The tournament was for B. and C. grade doubles. Only eleven players were able to start In the tournament, hut .by afternoon over twenty ladles were present Mes. dames Waller and Grayson tied with Mtesdames Briggs' and Machlin, each pair winning all the games. The final Is to be played next week. The death occurred at the Wan garatta Hospital on 2nd May; of Mlr Leslie James J. Plante, son of Mr T. Plante and the late Mrs Planto ...

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BENALLA'S YOUNGER SET DELEGATES APPOINTED TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE. DANCE TO ASSIST RED CROSS APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

BENALLA'S YOUNGER SET DELEGATES APPOINTED TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE. DANCE TO ASSIST RED:CROSS' APPEAL. THE, monthl,,meotng, of the,C.W.A. Younger Silt avans. held In tIe Memorial Hail ? ?Joday 'pverilng when there wa a'v.ir , aend-, ance, about 4 dn~niý bers bbing` pFes ent. -· j :1· ..;:".. The annual ' conferenc' of the C.W.A. is to be'held In lTelbqurne on June 8th,. when 'Mrs Sargood, the State preslden. willl~ entertplmn dele gates at diniht Ft the'Vlctorla Coffee Palace. Misset 3.'. Jackson (preaM dent) and K. Arnott (treasurer) were appointed delegates from the local branch. The monthly dance to be' held on Tuesday next (May 10th) was dis cussed. It was decided that Invita tIons should ,tieessued at. two.hhll lings for gentg and, supper and six pence for members, admleslop :for girls being resttlcted to members only. A donation of £t/l/ was made' to wards the supyper for the Empire Ball. A discussion took place In regard to. asslsting the.._ :Lord Mayor's Red Cross Appeal. Misses...

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BIG MEETING OF METHODIST KNIGHTS AT BENALLA ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

B1IG MEETING OF METH :.ODIST. KNIGHTS AT BENALLA ON SATURDAY. VISITOe S Ifrom all over the State will be In Benalla on Saturday to attend an investure ceremony and ab niversary of the MIethodist Order of Knights. Care are expected from Melbourne, Geelong, Violet Town, .Yarrawonga; Katdnirtlte' andS;all sur rounding districts. On Saturday, Mfr Frank - Dockfid will be received into the High Court of iBenalla. The .investure ..will be made by the Knight Grand Comman der of the High Court of Victoria. After the ceremony, supper will be provided in the Sunday School hall., Special services will be held on Sunday, the speakers being Mr J. J. Peart, of Geeolong who will speak at the 11. o'clock service; at 3 p.m., ,Mr H. Williams -?C.E., Knight Comrn mander of Yarrawonga; and at 7pn.m., Rev. Wilkinson will give a sermdn sn the alms and ideals of the Methodist Order of Knights.

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CHEERFUL CHOPPERS AT BADDAGINNIE SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

CHEERFUL CHOPPERS AT BADDAGINNIE , SPORTS S n Back Ilow.-Left to Ti lht.-J. Powell, D. Anove, I, Angove, A. Fletcher, H. Adlde W. Hponcor; . noynold, J. W. Sum oRn., o '~CLcan,' W. Stewart, W. Alrey, W. Hosklni F.. reen. Front'>Row-T. l'owell, J. Dillon, J. Iloskln. M,. Mlaher. C. Dillon, H.. Rolfo, V. .i word. .J. Fo.

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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD TO VISIT BENALLA TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

COUNTRY ROADS BOARD TO VISIT BENALLA TO*DAY. ifHE three members of the Country Rbads 3Board, Messrs Fricke (chairman), Dale and McKenzie, who have been making a tour of the North-East since Tuesday last, will visit Behalla this morning (Friday) for the purpose of making an inspec-. tion of:the Bcnalla Shire. They will arrive, at 10.30 a.m. and will bewelcomed by the shire preai dent, Cr. T. a'B. Cook., They will be entertained at lunch by the shire omelials and during their stay make a tour of the district.

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WHEELMAN AT BADDAGINNIE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938

WHEELMAN AT BADDAGINNIE From Left to lfght:-E. Hall, J. .Dennis, D. Warhurst, S. Hall (with bicycle), AMr Warhurst (senr), Green (with bicycle), Mr McMillan (senr), A. McMillan (with blcycle),D. Warhurst, M. Heard, V. V. French.

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