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MENZIES HOME AUXILIARY ANNUAL MEETING DISCLOSES SPLENDID WORK [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
MENZ9ME#-' AUXILAR ANNUAL 3LBMTING IISCLOSES SPLENDID .WORK: Splendid voluntary work done during the year for the advance uent. and. comfort 'of the boys at. the Menzies Home, Frankston, was disclosed at the first annual lmeet ii r'.of 'the' Home Auxiliary, held at the Holie 'oaiThursday evening. The' Auxiliary was formed only on September 9, 194S; with Mr. M3. Mollard as president, Mrs. G. M." Barber hon. secretary, and Mr. R. Harvey lion. treasurer, supported by a keen and energetic commit tee. Sereta?Itry's Report - The first. annual report of the secretary (Mrs. G. M. Barber) showed the . following splendid achievements during the year: Egg Appeal.-Total collection was 202 dozen. due to the efforts of Dandenong High School, Lang warrin, Baxter, Somerville and Tyabb- State Schools, and Toorak College, also Mrs. Taylor and Miss Milne (Franlcston Fernery). A still greater response Is hoped for this year. Jumble Sales. - Two jumbl, sales were held during the year. and Were. most suc...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
FRliASTNK: 1 STON U The presbyterian congregation was very fortunate in"having as their guest preacher, this w'veek: Mr. J. F. Sykes, of Ormond) Col lege, whose message was vital and> dicallenging-particuaarly " to ithe young peol5le, -who, i responded rehdily to his ,personality: in.ateu'r Hour . - ? The Women's Guild:has decided to carry on with the concert next.. Friday as arranged. despite'- the' epidemic- -particularlY in ,view-' of' the day; schools :continuing :to 'as-) senlile. The. Guild says: :'Busi ness is as, usual. W V;why, curtaill God's work? Let us t ll co-oper atq with Him,ibuild. up our .resist-.' s'nce 'against disease; -and `ledave ourselves inh His care."` -
SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 46 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
SAVINGS CROSSWORD' No. 46 ACROSS .:_j-am, I gait 5. Smoke i 9. Cut down 13. Jewel 14." Abused :15. 'Part of a church 1 . Distant ? i-.l17. Mohammed "anjudge 18. Refractory ..0. 'Turret of mosque 22. Deprived of .energy- 2. . Scorched :25i. 2Punctuation 8i. Apart S9. L.ock 30. Hemp :: ?33. .Eevat" S. .GCorpalemt 37. Bury Mi. 2 bruttling S 4. Mefreo AS. Jverlastiag 4, . 4 a ejuice 49. Eagle's nest 50. Jot 51. Lamp 52. iFoundryman 53. 'Finishes 54. Sailors 55. Measure DOWN 1. -Shakesperean King' 2. Moving force .3. :Disorder 4. Feign 5. Adhered .6. Drone .. Perfume ·. Renew 9. Bull ighter 10. Winged 11. Takes out of pawn 12. Publish 19. Faculty 21. Fruit 23. Singer 24. Wah lirhtly, U6. Deserva ANSWER TO CHOSS''WoItI No 4? 27. Flower 31. Spanish 32. Helps .34. Furiously 35. More composed £9. Brings up AD. Sphere,dp AL Spirit 42. Entriea 43. Competent 44. Orchestra 46. Nnote (latin) 47. Cookiar ft '-I ··- ;..JI p. -.' -· .
FRANKSTON METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
,FRANKSTON. "METHODIST ..Thie Frankston Methodist Sun lay` School anniversary will ~be" eied next Sunday, October 2, ahnd. )n Sunday, 9th October. The preachers next Sunday will be: 1l a.m. and 3 p.m., Mr. Ray Auth red: (a student at Queen's Col lege), and 7 p.m.,. Mr. J. H. Mc raecken, a Melbourne. solicitor. the scholars will sing 'special.. anniversary . hymns. under the lirection of. Mr.s Chas. Pascoe, *ith Miss "Lylae -Barrett at the piano. It is hoped that there will e 'large gatherings of parents nd friends -at. all the services: - A Floral Service was conduct ed. by Rev. J.;T. Freeman at the Jarrum Downs Methodist, Church, ast Sunday'-niglit. There was. a ,ood attendance of worshippers,. rho gave close attention to the Springtime sermon preachedj;by; Rev. J. T. Freeman. :The .singing f duets :by. Mr.- and Mrs. Llew" Roberts, of Franlkston, was. much. mnjoyed. Thee floral' gifts were >eautifully'aiEanged by the ladies nd afterwards were.taken .to the Trankston Community Ho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
'U ' FOR 'FERESH MILK, o · AFTERNOON :TEAS,-. SL. :HOME ;MA'DE CAKES, '. ., VISIT .. The WATTLE CAFE 'U- - - . -a 536 BAY STREET. .Franksion 37. U l R.I i I UUU I I I I I m U II I I U II Ii U U E .U E E ' LEO COLLINS' SCHOOL of MUSIC FRANKSTON CENTRE Tuition Given in All Branches of Musical Art, Including - PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, SINGING AND THIEORETICAL SUBJECTS " Handbook" of Information :'sent on ,application Principal, LEO COLLINS, L.R.S.M.,Lond., A.C.M.M. . euabei r of the Counefl, Music leacheis' Askociation; Chief Study. Teacher, Melbourne Cnnservatoritul. ADDRESS: "THE 'STUDIO,?' Clarendon Sti'eet, (facing Dell Road), FRANKSTON rAddr.ess Correspondence. to BOX .101, P.O;, FRANKSTON S'h.e ,Secretary will answer :telephone enquliries at the following Lthours only: Fridays, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m -Saturdays, 9 am. to S.p.m. 'PHONE: JA 4586 NA TVE PLANTS " Some of ouxt nativre, plants ar( :much :!ineri, when cultivated t?har when giowving . in a :'wild: state and -will iusuially stand" -h...
PARALLEL PARKING FRANKSTON POLICE TO ENFORCE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
PARALLEL PARKING fIA 'STON POLICE. TO I ENFORCE i Following a conferenace: with 1st-Sergeant Sloane .at 'Friday's: Council meetingl, the', Frankstodn Council has agreed to thiestict enforcement of -rparalle liparking on both sides of.Bay. Street, -be tween Playne and Davey Streets,. and on the. east .ide betfwedn Playne" and. Wells: Sts., i ;also. in Young. St. Laws '.regarding':. non-parkfin within 30 feet: of intdersections, and. observance of 'stop"' notices at entrancestto maind streets, will e rigidly 'enfoibcd by the policed. A conference.,of, bus-owners. and police is beingb arrangedd to: discuss picking.up t -and ad setting down Places in the town; .. The police will also linsist that more motorists s;mst use the stells St. 'Parking area ,? t avoid- conges tion in the main a Streets of the r~titiatetet on othe the Lod son. :; , .
SCOUT NEWS 1st FRANKSTON "Bob-a-Job" Week. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
SCOUT NEWS 1st FRANKSTON "Bob-a-Job" Week. To mrake good',the reduction of :income during recent years, and to provide the heavy expense for expansioni :obf-- Scouting in this State 'the Boy Scout Association asks .that every :.member-.- -man and boy - should do a job of work some time during the week ending October 15, for which he will be paid. The money' thus 'earned will be devoted: entirely ;to the funds of the Boy' Scout Association. The citizens of Frankston are asked' to give either a Cub, Scout,:Sea Scout or SRover a job during this Victorian "Bob-a-job' Week. Some suggested jobs.are as fol lows: Mowing- lawns,- weeding gardens,. etc., cleaning windows Sor silver, fetching, shopping, dr delivering _ parcels, chopping wood, and cleaning cars or.cycles. G.S.M. Holland, 10 Cranbourne Road, Frankston, would be glad to hear from anyone who could 'assist this fund. ' This scheme' was carrie'd out in I England recently' .and raised £60,000: One Scout ,cleaned the silvei of Mrs. At...
PETROL THANKS PUBLIC APPRECIATES OLSEN'S SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
-PETROL :THANHS PUB IAC LP'I ECIATES OLSEN:$ S:;; .-,,_SERVJICE I 1On 'all- sidesl?praiseris heatrd of O.ý J. Ol~en's " fair; .distribution qf petirol, ?;iliereby 'while: his regular customers have been looked afte?. every other applicant- has :received "a share ; : . During; the past ;week M r..Olsen has ' supplied petrol for several urgent ' expectant ?,.?iothers and sickness- cases, incliuding a death hbe:. call to a fair away northern lespite no further oil company deliveries till Ocjtob-er 7, Mr. Ol sen.?was'istill. siupplying 2 gallons I per applicant when this issue went to .press..
HUTCHING [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
IUTCHt The marrni youngest da the late Mr. Cape Stret Leonard Ala Mr.' and Mrn Queen Street, celebrated a St. IMcCartenS Mornington. In ton was the The bride, a by herbrothrn over satir, ai her tulle Tel orange bloht shower bouqud ellias and Misrs Phyl maid) and M flower girtlid blue lace and over taffett veils. ir. Colin man. " The ReeP CampbeI's ~The rds suit .and hat, trinimine Thebrider blue suit rtth en her hat.
Show [?] Prise [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
how rise record my ing to the is Paris:." Chevalier ad (if he , but he's to get that his voice, the micro wats tunite if a F:anco enuse to be ich voices. presentation hrewd gang information d say that or broadcast as Radio catches lis ent and in have sold e world is t they are I it will bo ta guess. Is Paris" broadcasting erested in from the noth, direct. highlilghts to entertaining. u want ? pots, whether had all air Inticity. Tit'e en that lis g let intol what womant ttery? tonel a fam. designer was e:ophone to .Probably had alin women, femme who view did all if. rican style. to enjoy the presentation, gnlsh Ring. rice Cheval. to put up trappings, spots (his. ) ere ties. atrlek travel ne-leai comn. unreal. erlcan voires French Volies s Is Paris." e looking in Tuesday night lhis unusual " .oaU. Jackpot so desi-able- qt this I momnent. . I It appears .to mits that the KZ boys have thrown caution to ,the four winds . . . . a state of mind so foreign as to entice them into. ;illy erro...
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
FRANKSTUON THEATRE GROUP This week I seem to be com pletely frustrated for ne w s. Firstly, as this report must reach the "Standard" office by midday, Monday, .I am unable to include a report on the Group's Annual Meeting. Secoiidly, I believe Di i~ectoro-...ock McLorinan h a s chosen a .particularly fine play for the December season, but as it's doing the. rounds of the Play Selection Committee for final ap prcval, I am not in the position as: yet to'anhounce its title. "The Committee has arranged a very specialitreat for 'members on October 1ath, when through the goodwill and courtesy of "The Little Theatre,"' about 60 mem bers may have the opportunity of being present at the full dress re hearsal of the'.forthcoming "Little ,Theatre" show 'that will open on 15th .October;': :Producer Irene 'Mitchell has .kindly "consented .to permit an audience ifrom this Group. A nominal fee of 2/6 will be chaiged, and a bus (fare per .person will., be announced next week) hias. been arranged. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
A Wedding PORTRAIT by,.MICHAEL TOOHEY Will Capture -the- Loveliness ,of Your Wedding Day COMPLETE " WEDDINGl '":ORDERS ' . Call in° and Inquire ATTENTION! ATTENTION ! SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT to PAST, PRESENT AXDI PHRs. PECTIVE CAR BUYERS AND SEIJERS GRAND OPENING DATE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, at 2 p.m. AT 53 YIOYLAN ST., EAST BENTLEIGH. ORMOND CAR .SALES Fi'rst and Originial South of the -yurria AUTO AUCTIONS SELLERS! ConmeAlong and Book SYour Vehicle Now for the. Opening -iate, i'.t Your Price. Slowest. Commission. o Sale No Chargý. ;Caurs Taken up to Tihe of: Sale. : Enqlllries at :3 O:tbYL.AN, ST... EAST - SBENTLEIGHI, Or :51 COORI(;IL RD., CARNEGIE. UL83:7 -- .ny Time. SIn the .Mantime, - Cars Bought, Sold and Exchanged as 'Usual.: i , ___ : ._ / _ _ * _ PLYWOOD - BIRCH Manufactured with waterproof glue. Various thicknesses. Sheets from 4 to 6 feet various widths. Packed in crates of 20-50 sheets. SAVO, WOOD BOARD Tempered Hard' Board, 5/32" Thick. Sheets are - waterproof--size 12 x . ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
The Standard .anI o A SURE- WINNER FOR SEAFORD HE RENOWNED . ,THOROUGH-BHEAD' BAKER Er C. NICHOLS " - al H'r S NOW ACQUIRED' THE ' SEAFORDI BAKERY ..STRICT CLEANLINESS" - MY MOTTO DELICtIUS- BREAD AND SMALL GOODS S y LVERY DAILY Phone: FRANKSTON 358 DUCOING, INDUSTRfAL PAINTIN?Q, PANEL-BEATING AND WELDING DONE BY '` Ex-Paint Superintendent General Motors Holden. (With' Holdens 22 Years, QUALITY GUARANTEED' RAY WOOD - FRANKSTON CAR SALES 54 DAND NONG ROAD 'Phone: F'kstpn, 55 H. j. ROGERSON 174 DAVEY STREET, FRANKSTON' BUILDING SUPPLIER . WASHED CONCRETE SAND, BLUESTONE, SCREENINGS, • r I N,'URE RY;'-M36YOUNG STRE FRANKSTON ... -R.,Lo PHOTOGRAPHER GG O RA EON LINDWSAYN E GU OF. ALL DES RITIONS NMADERYA TO ORDERei Mt SMOUN.STUE D O N RUBBER CUSHIONS FOR,' .:,(A'crossranbourneT REPRODUCTION - 25 % EXTRA;, :Pho:e:;Fson:735 STANDARD FRNEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD S:, PENINSULA .S. LINES MADETO ORDER S S MOUNTED ON RUBBER CUSHIONS FOR ? ERFECT REPRODCTION - 25 % EXTRA iN DadenRD on; Beaconsiel PYEm...
FORGOTTEN FOOTBALL STAR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
FORGOTTEN FOOTBALL STAR S .There has been a wide variety of sugeestions in recent years, in Frankston, as to who was .the -best footballer in the towvn's his tory.. : This week . the ?,writer '' .as shown 'an old phcto of early-day Frankston children, which. inclu ded Edgar Kneen, memrber of a former .well-knovn Frankston family.. .. I saw this player. in rhis later days as a. champion with Fitzroy. If he ever played the game :in. Frankston, a better ' footballer tha Edgar Kneeni was in..his day; would have been very hard'. to lexcel. He was very close up to the A"-v Trotter class.
NEWS AND VIEW MR. ANDREW HUGHES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
NEWS AND VIEWS FROM FLINDERS CANDIDATE MR.ANDREW &nbsp; HUGHES &nbsp; Mr. Andrew Hughes, selected Labor candidate for Flinders, has advised the Victorian Central Executive of the Australian &nbsp; Labor Party that he is prepared to exchange Labor preference in the forthcoming Federal elections in order fully to protect the chances of the Chifley Govern- ment in this electorate. Not Attacking Chifley Govern- ment. &nbsp; Mr: Hughes has made it clear that he is not attacking the Chif- ley Government. On the contrary, he has whole-heartedly support- ed that Government in every step it has taken to bring greater prosperity and security to this country. He will continue to do so, at the same time reserving the right to condemn bureaucracy and retrogression — any weaken- ing of the principles of genuine Labor — wherever and whenever it may occur. &nbsp; &nbsp; Supported State Labor. Throughout his political career Mr. Hughes has consistently...
News of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
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