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Jackpot Fever Spreads to Quiz Kids [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
Jackpot Fever Spreads to Quiz Kids That most sober of all quir comperes, John Dease,' -hi caught the jackpot .fever - ?. his "'Quiz Kids" John is offer ing an, ever growing Jackpot to' a ,s eicted listener ?who must c'corretly answer;thlree (out .. three) questions which have pra-, viously tricked. the,youngsters. .,. Three out of three,. mind you, all-more 'difficult "than' the queas tions asked in Jack 'Davey's "Pre? tex Show" or. Norman Banak "Family .Quiz.": The pot= is now approaching tbg £300 markl: To ,?hat .amount d' you .intend, .building it, Juo r? S~irelyj.o"u're ;not setting out after ,the . Family• Qiiz'reqor.d ?... -
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP .(By 'Stargazer.'-' : i Once. more I should like to add my: own sincere congiratulations: to producer Bill W.illiams, the' "fine cast, -and to the .any ?lido worked .behind the = scenes - for another splendid and;: satisfying seasoni 'G rand.National; Night" added ain? other r.rung :-to .the Group's+::ever mounting? ladder; of success.: '; .My 'only. czy -lof, disappolintment was: for the small attendances,'at the';first two nights ..-Was. it the polio ::epidemic, ;the weather, :or -wasit-thelrise in. the. pricerof, ad mission ?;?:!,,The ;Group enines?tly hopes it: wasn't -the .latter;.,becau?e as I; mentionedi at ain 'earlier ,date, that; lwvith tlie sharp rlse in h.iall rental and :,tlieicostliness ,fma terials,. the,'extr' ='bob' :. ias A. 'iTe cessaiy ievil It may .-beai ,.re peating';thtli'at tliis Group vas-never. formedto t'be only a means of :rais ing .monies; it: ,was .for Theatre culture hrnd .everything, pertaiing to . tt:.:: ':t,'.;;. -i.i ,'- i :...
MENZIES HOME FOR BOYS ANNUAL EGG APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
MENZIES r . . HOME FOR BOYS ANNUAL "EGK AiI( E-AL The Menzies Honme for 'B6ys.is aga,.u enuaevoring to organise their Egg- Appeal. It tiis .Appeal' ia sue cessful 'tiis year," it will, enable the kHone to augment -the .boys diet by the addition of. at least two eggs per boy per week. The .Superintenilent 'wishes;a to thank all those organisations and schools that so kindly assisted the Home during last year's. An nual Appeal. .. As reported'. previously in this paper, the .Appealw?e;as -successful last year in obtaining 1950 dozen eggs, and it. is hoped that this year it will be even more successful. There are now seventy, boys ln re sidence at the Home, and in thesd days of rising costs it is' very dif ficult to maintain the Home's high standard,. without assistance from?.outside sources. . . By makixig a - donation .of eggs, -sympathisers .,would be -:helping those at the Home to mainitain a balanced 'diet 'for.' the- boys.. - It is-very pleasing to inote that the health. of tihe ...
ANDREW HUGHES FOR FLINDERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
ANDREW HUGHES &nbsp; FOR FLINDERS Mr. Andrew Hughes won the Labor pre-selection ballot held in Flinders by an overwhelming majority. Mr. Hughes is the can- didate selected by the rank and file, and they have refused to ac- cept Mr. R.. E. Wilson who has been forced upon them by the &nbsp; &nbsp; Victorian Central Executive of &nbsp; the A.L.P. &nbsp; &nbsp; Not to Fight Chifley. As a result, leading Labor &nbsp; Party branches throughout the electorate have resigned — not to fight Chifley — but to defend &nbsp; the principles of Labor which are being engulfed by the reac- &nbsp; tionary and tyrannical control of a small section in Victoria. Complaint Dismissed. During the long delay in the endorsement the only complaint brought against Mr. Hughes was one laid by a member of the Chelsea branch describing him self as a friend of Mr. Wilson's. This complaint was fully investi- gated by the official Disputes Committ...
CHURCH NEWS CHURCHES OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
CHURCH NEWS CHURCHES OF CHRIST. Many people from Britain are finding new homes in this land. In the past few weeks two mar-ried couples recently arrived from England, have been wel-comed as members of the Frank- ston Church of Christ. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The sermon on Sunday morn- ing was the second of a series setting forth some basic ideas &nbsp; that Churches of Christ have al- ways held. Churches of Christ came into being because some men were seized with the necessity of uniting the Christian Churches. The basis on which they proposed that Christian unity should some &nbsp; day be achieved, was a re-discov- ery and restoration of the essen- tial life of the Church found in the New Testament. That church was a working unity and the es- sentials of its life were divinely prescribed. Disunity has come &nbsp; through history, because men have introduced other require- ments than those found in the &nbsp; scriptures. To restor...
PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
PRESBYTERIAN The services conducted by Mr. Malcolm Mackay, B.A., B.D., of Ormond College, were greatly ap- preciated last Sunday. His sub- ject in the morning was: "The Gift of God," and in the evening he spoke on Paul's private letter to Philemon. The congregation is looking for- ward to the near future, when the members hope to hear again from Mr. Mackay, whose messages are inspiring.
ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
ST. PAUL'S FRANKSTON The Ladies' Guild invited about 50 ladies to an afternoon last Thursday, and all who attended had a most enjoyable time. Mrs. Fowler and Mrs. Offor contribut- ed musical items, with Miss Mc- Kenzie at the piano. Mrs. J. &nbsp; Bowes' recitations were also greatly enjoyed. Various competi- tions filled the remained of a very happy afternoon. All the ladies are looking for- ward to a very successful bazaar on October 14, in the Mechanics' Hall. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Tennis Club held its an- &nbsp; nual meeting last Monday, and is looking forward to completing the work on the tennis courts in the near future. The Fellowship entertained the Somerville young people last Wednesday night. &nbsp; &nbsp; After Evensong last Sunday the congregation adjourner to the Sunday School Hall, where &nbsp; the vicar gave a talk on the Early Church — illustrating the talk with pictures, shown from a film strip.
FRANKSTON METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
FRANKSTON METHODIST The members of the Frankston Methodist Church have been &nbsp; greatly inspired during recent &nbsp; weeks by the large attendances of worshippers at Sunday services the number of conversions regis- tered, the reception of twenty new members, and the increased num- bers present at the weekly fel- lowship meetings held on Tuesday nights. The Rev. J. T. Freeman conduc- ted the service of Recognition of New Members last Sunday night &nbsp; when a large congregation wit- nessed four adult baptisms and the reception of twenty new mem- bers, including five young men from the Flinders Naval College. In a brief address following the reception, the Rev. J. T. Freeman, using the words of St. Paul to the Thessalonians (1 Thess. 2, 20). said "Ye are our glory and joy"— the glory and joy, he said, of all who had taken a part to bring them to such a high moment in life which was the culmination of their early training, the teaching they had received in ...
SOMERVILLE METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
SOMERVILLE METHODIST &nbsp; &nbsp; There was a very large attend- ance of worshippers at the Som- erville Methodist Church when a special Floral Service was conduc- ted by the Rev. J. T. Freeman. The Church was made very beautiful by the lovely Spring flowers that had been tastefully arranged by the ladies. Mr. L. Roberts and his daughter, Miss Pal Roberts, sang a duet effective- ly, and Mr. Roberts rendered the solo, "Open the Gates of the Temple," with much acceptance. The Rev. J. T. Freeman was the preacher for the occasion. During the service, Mr. Free- man, on behalf of the members of the Church, welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kidd and family &nbsp; who recently came with good church credentials from Maffra, &nbsp; and are now resident at Bem- bridge. &nbsp;
TYABB METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
TYABB METHODIST &nbsp; &nbsp; A very beautiful service was held at the Tyabb Methodist Church last Sunday morning. The preacher was the Rev. J. T. Free- man, who discoursed in the words of the Psalmist Psalm 104, 30, "Thou renewest the face of the earth." &nbsp; &nbsp; He said that in this passage, the Psalmist sings sweetly both of creation and providence, setting &nbsp; before us a wonderful panorama of nature that surely casts its spell upon us especially when we possess a spirit of thanks and praise such as possessed David. &nbsp; &nbsp; Continuing, he said it was a text for springtime—and the Church &nbsp; certainly needed a spiritual spring time. Mr. and Mrs. ?lew Roberts, of Frankston sang a lovely duet, and Miss Dawn Borley and Mrs. Rob- erts each gave solos that were much appreciated. &nbsp; The Church had been gloriously &nbsp; decorated by members of the &nbsp; Ladies' Guild. The flowe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
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FRANKSTON SCOUTS' BAZAAR BIG SHOW SET FOR NOVEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
FRANKSTON SCOUTS' BAZAAR BIG SHOW SET FOR NOVEMBER Plans are proceeding for a Monster Bazaar, to be held at the Scout Hall, Frankston, on Satur- day, November 19, in aid of Group funds. There will be many stalls and noverlty side-shows, with bargains and fun for all. &nbsp; The committee will greatly ap- preciate support in the making or supplying of articles for the bazaar, by parents of Scouts, and anyone else who is willing to help.
TOMORROW'S BIG BALL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949
TOMORROW'S BIG BALL Tomorrow (Friday, September 23), at the Mechanics' Institute, the Younger Set that is doing such good work for the Franks- ton Community Hospital will &nbsp; hold its first Annual Ball. Cook's orchestra will provide the music, and many novelties &nbsp; have been arranged. Also, there will be a "Belle of the Ball" com- petition, and last but not least, the committee has been working hard to ensure a really good sup= per.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
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HONOR CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
SHONOR CARDS HHonor Cards are awarded ..to: l~arieta Gibsoli, Rosemary Hew ott. Lorna Moller, -Violet Pennisi, Lorraine .-Dixon;:?; Lynette' Avrery, Margaret Lang,. Jean Swale. +Bev er!y Heard, Noel :Grasso,,.; 0 Rose Pennisi; Vera May Cameron, M'a" jorie Hewett, Edward Cusack, Cwend:i O'Brien,. Elizabeth White iau, Denise Free; Barbar:a Thomp son, )Denise Catterick, L ol0a Por ter, inutureen Kirkby. :'
RUTH'S MAIL BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
'UTH'S MAIL =BAC Dear Ruth,-I am writing :on behalf of my `sister Helen. ,,She wishes me to thank you for your birthdzay wish;. She iand' li' ad ;ti' happy time ,togetherl.,? We did.d ot have a party.; on` accoutnt of _th4e polio. " Mummy thought it best. I am going for.my theory ?`xam. on Wednesday, and am hoping for the best Goodbyeu now;-Yours sincerely, MTarieta Gibson, 27 Den high St.. Frankston,:. ,.. (I h?ope :ou (o ;i:' Jlt ;I th-n theory exam. Write and tell ime how you got On when the results come out.-Ruth .): Dear Ruth,-I . fah4 i -hto`thzn You for the birthdhy card. I'hope YOU hbad&lt;T-?ice holiday. We went hack to school on Septe'mber 13. I got all.the thitgs I wanted; I am eoingin for "this week's com. Petition*entitld. "Birds of a Fea. ther." Well. '1 must? close .now iremaitn a member of the Cltb. Lorti.j$e Dixcaf.t RýgLdcki54erj " k pi osad.. o .:t:orxaiiC;,,,tn·.: Mt .Dear atuth?-I .am sending' in the "B~irds of a Feather" competi tion :I' hoipe it ss: ri...
RECENT [?] THOMAS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
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FAREWELLS AT HOTEL ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
S&lt;FARJ ELLS. AT' HOTEL :-.1 R'. OYAL ' . ,. (B) LORNA cKEI:NZIE) I:nth'i lie O' the lt ietouring public,ý id fauauy.':a local. : a' loss. is-to b'e -Us't.ined Within; the iliiet .few days, wlieh "inlne host: and 'iilbl hostess,. Vica.;and; Freda Hunter, ofi thlie ;Hotel fRoyal,. Moriingtou, retree from active service. .it is no exiiggeratiori to. .sa that Mr;.and 'irs. Hunter became' 'noted:- "throughout-- Victoria; and :- inters tate;' for':the hihgh standard Io. t service .-they . maintained ithrduighout-..the .. ar years, ,and 'aftr, :anid -:for their *special briiand .of ,hospitality "par excellence." li Sa day and age when ';service" had long -been confined to the scrap heap, the Hunters picked it up, dusted .it off, .and placed it back oni the-pedestal, from whence it :haIsdelightedl all comers. Fo Frthe last' two weeks Mr. and Mrs.( Hinter have been farewell-i ing.. friends and acquaintances :.whd?have dropped in to express a -wish that they will not retire for too...