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AMERICAN DOUGHNUTS FOR CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
AMERICAN DOUGHNUTS FOR CHILDREN Steaming hot doughnuts, prepiared by the chief chef and the sports dir ector. Mr J. Williams, of. the s.s. Mariposa, will be distributed to chil dren at the Orthopaedic Hospital, Mit Eliza, on Sunday, July 16, when menm bers of the ship's baseball team will visit the hospital. The party will consist of 100 baseballers and friends who will leave the boat. Port Mel bourne about 10 to 10.15 a.m. arriv ing at the hospital at 11.30, entertain the children till about 12.30, then ad journ to the Mlt. Eliza Recreation Reserve. where a game of baseball will be played. Ernie McCornikk, Australian Test fast bowler, is help ing with arrangements and has pro-= misedl to drive .down a carnlotd olf first class cricketers.. many of whom may play in the match.' A'NNIVERSARY ball at Seaford Hall on July 13. Special features or ganised by Seaford 3XY Happi ness House.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
PROFESSIONAL i r'.... -. Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON ,House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished Rents Carefully Collected.. - . Houses To. Let E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE MU3700. Formerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston Wednesday at ternoons, 2.30 to 5, and may be con suited at the office of Mr W. J. Mo Lean, Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address:. Park Road, Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOLICITOR Residence: Kars Street, Frankston. Phone 270 Office: Mason's Buildings Attends Cranbourne Council Days, and IMornington. Somerville and Hastings as required. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND WILLIAM S. COOK & McCALLUM SOLICITORS Temple Court (5th Floor) No. 422 COLLINS ST.,MLELBOURNE Attendances: DROMANA: 1st Wednesday in month FRANKSTON: Every Tuesday morn ing and on Saturday mornings from 9 to 10. Mechanics' Insti tute. ...
METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
METHODIST CHURCH On Sunday next the annual Over seas Mission Services will' be held throughout Frankston circuit. The deputationist is the Rev. Cyril Cato, M.A., B.D., Dip. Ed., a gifted lec turer and preacher who has recent ly returned home from overseas. The Rev Cato has a fascinating story to tell of modern Fiji. Beside preach ing at Tyabb at 11, Somerville at 3 and Frankston at 7 on Sunday next he will give his lantern lecture in the Methodist school hall on Mlon day, July 9 at 8 p.m., Somerville,i Tuesday at 8, Tyabb, Wednesday at 8, Langwarrin Thursday at. 8.
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH A social was held on Wednesday evening, by members of the P.F.A. This was keenly enjoyed and will be followed by a lantern entertain ment in a few weeks. Some exten sion of the church building will be necessary to house the pipe organ and full consideration is being given to the matter by the committee, with a view to making a recommendation to another congregational meeting. The services on Sunday at Frank ston, 11 a.m'. and 7 p.m. and Baxter at 3 p.m. will be taken by the Rev. F: Butchers.
ALL STAR CONCERT FOR BLIND INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
ALL STAR CONCERT FOR BLIND INSTITUTE Tickets at 2/ front seats, 1/ back seats (no tax), have been issued. for the high class concert to be given by nine leading Melbourne artists in the Frankston Mechanics' Hall at 8 p.m. on July 19. The artists are giv ing their services for out-of-pocket expenses. The programme is of a comprehensive nature and includes Miss Zel Manners, Mr. Tom Lock head, Mr Fred Champion, Mr Fred Sutcliffe, Miss Maisie Ramsay, Miss Eileen Pascoe-Webb, Mr Pat Cole man, Mr. Richard Bourke, with Mr Eric Fox as accompanist. The concert is being held to cele brate the 10th birthday of the Frank ston Auxiliary, R.V.I.B., and will take the place of the usual Xmas appeal made by the hon. secreary of the or ganisation. The ,proceeds of the con cert will be devoted to the mainten ance fund of the Institute, a most worthy charity, and will serve to put some brightness into the lives of the unfortunate sightless. Never previously' in the history of the Mornington Peninsula h...
DANCING JUNIOR HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
DANCING JUNIOR HALL. There was again a good attendance at the Junior Hall dance on Satur day night, the dancers having a most enjoyable evening. Competitions were won by:--Mr. Ken Brown and Miss A Heron (Monte Carlo); Mr. W. Walker and Miss Marshall (lucky partner). Suc cessful couples in the Maxina com petition were:-Mr. Craig and Miss I. Barnett; Mr. Tr. Dawson and' Miss A. Patterson; Mr. Garrett and Mrs. Arlis; Mr. Woodley and Miss Pre witt. On Saturday, the last heat of the Maxina competition will be held, and the grand final and gala night on the following Saturday.
SKATING INTERNATIONAL SKATING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
SKATING INTERNATIONAL SKATING CO. The carnival last Monday at Morn ington was a great success. Master Aifred Pitt won the obstacle race and Harry Drummond the quarter mile; Mr and Mrs Burniss the coup les race and the Monte Carlo and fancy dress was won by Mr Griffith and partner. The spot skate went to a young couple from Dromana. The opening night at Hastings on Tuesday last was attended by a large crowd. Among those present were noted a few people from Mer ricks and district, also a large crowd in Mr Westaway's party from Som erville. The hockey match between two Somerville teams resulted in a win for the Westaway Wanderers, 2-1. Skating is held at Sorrento every Thursday. Watch for the carnival on Thursday, July 13, and Boyles once every month. Free tuition on any rink by competent instructors. Ask for one of our monthly tic kets, which enables you to skate on any of our rinks at a great re duction.
SHEER SOPHISTICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
SHEER SOPHISTICATION. This stunning black wool suit was especially designed for Rosalind Rus sell, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer star, and features a satin blouse in wide candy stripes of red and white. Bound in silk 'braidthlie front coat opening finds it's "twin: trimming in the skirt. The liat is ;al modified tricorn with a de finite. military, trend, and the Metro Goldwyn..Mayer. star's :leather- bag, with its smaller vanity, compartment on the, Otherend.- of the leather chain, is;. anmunusulal-~and ,distinctive acces sory to the street ensemble. • . ?
ACTIVE BLIND AUXILIARY. £13 Raised in Year. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
ACTIVE BLIND AUXILIARY. £13 Raised in Year. Frankston Auxiliary of the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind, of which Miss Maisie Howitt is presi dent, Mesdames F. Reardon, L. R. N. Utber, C. Paxman, N. B. Irwvin, F. Lloyd and J. Haggart vice-presi dents; Miss Nellie ..Hardiman, treas urer; and Mrs J. B. Jolly, hon. sec retary. has remitted a donation of £51/2/7 to the funds of the Institute, making a total of £73 for the past financial year and a total of £203 in a period of three years. The Auxil iary has been awarded seven life governorship certificates of the Insti tute for the following members: Miss Nellie Hardiman and Mesdames J. B3. Jolly, N. B. Irwin, . :Haggart, P. Lloyd, J. Thompson and A. H. Tal bot in the last three financial years.
FRANKSTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
FRANKSTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of .tle above was held on VWednesday evening, June 28, at the Continental Cafe. Surgeon-Captain W. J. Carr was again elected president, with hMiss. F. Rede and Messrs G. Keast. A. J. Lucas, P. Montague and J. H. Baker, vice-presidents. AMrs C. Daniels and Mrs D. Detmold were appointed hon. secretaries and Mrs M. Toma setti, hion. treasurer. Committee: MIesdames J. H. Baker, G. Keast, L. Teague, WV. Carr and Messrs. A. Earl, W. Stott and Miss Ross. It was decided that the annual spring show be held in the Mechan ics' Institute on a day to be fixed in October. The past year having been- a most disappointing and difllcult one for garden lovers the committee is hop ing that the more favorable weather this year will encourage gardeners from every part in the Peninsula to exhibit at the spring show. Readers are asked to watch the Standard for further information re garding the spring show. BALL of Year at Seaford: 3XY Hap piness House an...
ST. PATRICK'S PARISH BALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
ST. PATRICK'S PARISH BALL - 0 ---- ---- " Tuesday next. July 18, will be the big night of the year, for then will be staged at the. City Hall, Mentone, the 49th St. Patrick's parish ball. The highlight: of this year's ball will, of course,. be the presentation of debu tante set to-the Mayoress of Mordial inc. Misses Eunice Morgan, Kath. O'Shannassy, Margaret Ross. Marie Doherty, Ethel Jeffers, Teresa Ryan, Ellen Fitzgerald,' Margaret Kelly, Marie -O'Donnell, Margaret Ganly and Shirley Williams-ll in all-will make, with their Ipartners, an excel lent;" set. By kind, permission of the Mayor, the committee room will be available for cards: In other years, .many people have wished for the opportun ity to play cards 'on the night of the ball. This year their wish. will be realised. Intending card players should reserve tables by ringing Mrs McDonald. (Chelt; 788) or Miss Camp bell (Chelt. 441). Mr E. P. Prendergast is president of the 'ball committee, Miss Campbell (Chelt.. 441) and Mr F...
In Other Lands ZURICH. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
In Other Lands • ' ~~~000 . .. ? ZURICH. In spite of the differences in origin, language and religious denominations amongst her people, Switzerland has developed a culture which is pecu liarly, her own, and from ,her early strugglesbfor independence has arisen through the ages a unified Switzer land, of which Zurich, with a popula tion of 320,000, is her largest town, town and the centre of Swiss culture and commerce. Ovei 2000 yearsl ago the .lalce dwellers built their strange huts over the bays of the lake, and lived there -on fishing, hunting and making of nets. Where the Limmat flows out of the lake the Romans later set up their first customs station and erected their watch-tower on the Lindenhof. And so from this humble start the city of today 'gradually grew, in its incomparable situation on a beautiful lake and its background of Alpine scenery. And so on April 21 we come to this 'beautiful town, with Its pic turesque houses mirrored in the lake below and the mountains toweri...
OBITUARY MRS. R. GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
OBITUARY -0- MRS. R. GRAY. The death occurerd, after a short illness, on July' 6 of Mrs R. Gray, of Burnie, Tasmania. ' The . late Mrs Gray W'as the wife). of Mr Rowley Gray, formerly of Frankston, and the daughter-in-lawv of. Mr Charles Gray, of Frankston. READERS invited to annual meet ing, Frankston Blind Auxiliary, July 19. 2.30. Mechanics' Hall. Bring friends.
SURPLUS FURNITURE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
SURPLUS FURNITURE SALE Mr Geo. G. Austin having sold the property of the late Miss. Turner, Mornington road, Oliver's Hill, Frankston, has received instructions fromin the executors to sell .on . the property, Tuesday, July 18,. commen cing at 1 p.in., the surplus furnish ings and certain property fittings. Clients will note that the property adjoins the Minton Boys' Home and the Mt. Eliza bus runs past the propei'ty. Full particulars are set out in the auction column of this paper.
DANCING OLD-TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
DANCING OLD-TIME. The old-time dance, held in the Sol diers' Hall last Saturday night was very well attended, and patrons en joyed themselves to the full. Miss I. Craig and Mr E. Johndahl were the winners of the Monte Carlo. W.. ALTZ COMPETITION. A circulan waltz competition will commence tomorrow (Saturday) night. There will be two sections one for juniors and the other for adults. Heats will be conducted week ly, culminating in a grand final.
WANTED URGENTLY 600 MEN. 46th BATTALION (BRIGHTON RIFLES) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
WANTED URGENTLY 600 MEN. -0 46th BATTALION (BRIGHTON RIFLES) (By Intelligence) ,; While ,prowling around the eother night in search of news I ran across Captain W. H. Perry, th?q newly; ap pointed O.C., A.I.F. Reserv3 of the above unit, finding him busily en gaged in an, impromptu recruiting meeting for his new command: His objective, at the moment, is a tally, of 600 stalwarts who are pre pared to enrol in the regimental re serve, and I promised him a little assistance towards achieving' that result, per the medium of the News. Captain Perry. served with the heavy guns in the war that 'was to end war and he, like many others. ,was struck by the enormous number of fit men who were required to serve at distances up to hundreds of miles from the front. line, in the more :or less "housewives" jobs of catering for: apd maintaining "generally.',. the army in the field, the while that same army. was sorely pressed, for "effectives." In order to reduce these numbers to absolute .minimum du...
GOLDEN JUBILEE BALL SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
GOLDEN JUBILEE BALL -0 SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR AUGUST 24. Nine tronhy cups displayed in L. Parnell's window in Bay street, will be awarded to the best fancy dres sed set ((Alberts) for any four mem bers representing an' Association clubc or Friendly Society at the Gol den jubilee ball of Frankston Fire Brigade on 'lhursday, August 24. The ball, which is to be held at the Wattta Palals, gives every indi cation of being one of the most suc cessful yet held in Frankston. The enthusiastic committee be lieves that the hall's capacity of 1000 will be taxed to the utmost. The function will be one of the highlights of the golden jubilee cele brations of the Frankston' Brigade, which wvill be observed during Aug ust.
MARKET REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
MARKET REPORTS Frankston Market (Geo. G. Aus tin), reports another successful sale on Wednesday last. Poultry: R.I.R. pullets to 10/9 per pair; W.L. pullets to 8/3 pr., heavy hens to 8/11 pair, medium drake lings to 9/ a pair, light and medium cockerels from 6/4 to 10/ pair, W.L. hens to 6/ a pair, duck and duck liugs 19/6. Eggs, .butter, .dressed poultry,: rabbits, fruit and vegetables sold at current prices. Furnitur:e.' sundries, farming implements, sold well.