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THE NORTH CRESSY (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 26 February 1943 page Article 2014-10-20 16:02 PERSONAL. - MIlss Helen Leary
vho hlas been on the teaching stalr at
hih Longford State School for several
years, has been transferred to Wiven
loe. Mrs. J. C. Horner, Wlvenlloe, has
taken up duty on the staff at the Long
ford state school., Major I e. C. Brigg
ins been visiting his mother, nrs. A,.
riggs,. and sisters at Longford.
PERSONAL. - Miss Helen Leary,
who has been on the teaching staff at
the Longford State School for several
years, has been transferred to Wiven-
hoe. Mrs. J. C. Horner, Wivenhoe, has
taken up duty on the staff at the Long-
ford state school. Major E. C. Brigg
has been visiting his mother, Mrs. A.
Briggs, and sisters at Longford.
Melrose. (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Monday 22 December 1930 page Article 2014-10-20 15:57 Thc loc.nl State School teacher (Mm
exhibition of work by tlie scholars. In
responded to tho invitation. Apprecia
tion was expressed of tlie high standard
of tho work in add sections. Mrs. Leary
entertained tho visitor« to afternoon tea.
On Thmvdny the school held its "break
up" concert in the Methodist Hall. Tho
children, who had been trained by tho
¡ Mrs. Cooper, carried out their parts cred
itiibly. During the evening Cr. James
Leary, president of tho l'arents' Associa
Tho children showed their appreciation
hy making tho following presentations:
To their teacher, shoe-trees, coathangcr
and lavender sachet; to Miss Leary, trin
ket howl; to Hrs. Cooper, box of sta
tion, "Hy First Letter," Joyce Allison;
song, "Watching for Pa," Coralie Rat
cliffe, 13, and K. Cooper; recitation, sen
Choice," Katie Cooper; choruses, "Cock
les and Hussels" and "Tho Lear Little
Shamrock," children; recitation, "Grown
ups," Coralie Ratcliil'; song, "When
Grannie Conies Home Prom the Fair"
(this ifem caused much amusement, when
Mollie Flight, ns "Grannie," arrived,- and
distributed fancy caps and toys of all des
criptions to the Bingers, who made good
usc of drums, whistles, bells, bugles, etc.,
which gave a realistic portrayal of thc
song); recitation, "Orphan Annie," jun
girls. The part of "Queen of tho May
pole" was taken by Helen Leary, lier at
served to tho audience.
Tho school children were given a day's
outing at tho Mersey Blult'. The day was
the most successful cue organised by the
Parents' Association. The- lollies for the i
scramble wcro donated by Master Hugh
Hiscutt, I
The local State School teacher (Mrs.
exhibition of work by the scholars. In
responded to the invitation. Apprecia-
tion was expressed of the high standard
of the work in add sections. Mrs. Leary
entertained the visitors to afternoon tea.
On Thursday the school held its "break-
up" concert in the Methodist Hall. The
children, who had been trained by the
Mrs. Cooper, carried out their parts cred-
itably. During the evening Cr. James
Leary, president of the Parents' Associa-
The children showed their appreciation
by making the following presentations:
To their teacher, shoe-trees, coathanger
and lavender sachet; to Miss Leary, trin-
ket howl; to Mrs. Cooper, box of sta-
tion, "My First Letter," Joyce Allison;
song, "Watching for Pa," Coralie Rat-
cliffe, E. and K. Cooper; recitation, sen-
Choice," Katie Cooper; choruses, "Cock-
les and Mussels" and "The Dear Little
Shamrock," children; recitation, "Grown-
ups," Coralie Ratcliff; song, "When
Grannie Conies Home From the Fair"
(this item caused much amusement, when
Mollie Flight, as "Grannie," arrived, and
distributed fancy caps and toys of all des-
criptions to the singers, who made good
use of drums, whistles, bells, bugles, etc.,
which gave a realistic portrayal of the
song); recitation, "Orphan Annie," jun-
girls. The part of "Queen of the May
pole" was taken by Helen Leary, her at-
served to the audience.
The school children were given a day's
outing at the Mersey Bluff. The day was
the most successful one organised by the
Parents' Association. The lollies for the
scramble were donated by Master Hugh
Hiscutt.
MRS. ANNIE LEARY (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Wednesday 27 November 1946 page Article 2014-10-20 15:45 est daughter of the lute- Mr. ami
Airs, Jehu Daley. She mnrriod tho
est daughter of the late Mr. and
Airs, Jehu Daley. She married the
FLANAGAN—LEARY (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Monday 17 February 1947 page Article 2014-10-20 15:43 Devonport, was tho setting tor tho
to Mr. Arch. Flanagan, of Launces
ton. Archdeacon M. J. Dowling per
of the Convent of the Good Shep
Sister as bridesmaid. She wore a
cap sleeves. Unusually-shaped pock
eti-i on the full skirt were studded
flowers and veiling, and she car
Mr. Trevor . M'Hugh was best
Mr». Costain sang Gounod's Ave
The bride wore a powder-blue crepe
truck, with navy cornell!, work on
Wore a matching coat.
!
Devonport, was the setting tor the
to Mr. Arch. Flanagan, of Launces-
ton. Archdeacon M. J. Dowling per-
of the Convent of the Good Shep-
sister as bridesmaid. She wore a
cap sleeves. Unusually-shaped pock-
ets on the full skirt were studded
flowers and veiling, and she car-
Mr. Trevor M'Hugh was best
Mrs. Costain sang Gounod's Ave
the bride wore a powder-blue crepe
frock, with navy cornelli work on
wore a matching coat.

Family Notices (Family Notices), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Tuesday 11 February 1947 page Family Notices 2014-10-20 15:33 FLANAGAN-LEARY.-On Janu-
GORMLEY.-On February 7, at
Wynyard--a son (Robert Osborne).
HAWLEY (nee Austin).-At Spen-
FLANAGAN-LEARY. - On Janu-
GORMLEY.- On February 7, at
Wynyard - a son (Robert Osborne).
HAWLEY (nee Austin). - At Spen-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 12 December 1946 page Family Notices 2014-10-20 15:32 BEVERIDGE-On November 23,
BEVERIDGE - On November 23,
Family Notices (Family Notices), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Monday 15 May 1950 page Family Notices 2014-10-20 15:31 FLANAGAN-On May 11, at the
Queen Victoria Hospital, to Mir.
House, Longford-a daughter
(Miary Kathleen)..
FLANAGAN. - On May 11, at the
Queen Victoria Hospital, to Mr.
House, Longford - a daughter
(Mary Kathleen).
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 24 February 1934 page Family Notices 2014-10-20 15:30 FLANAGAN.-Suddenly, at Martin-
FLANAGAN. - Suddenly, at Martin-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 28 November 1947 page Family Notices 2014-10-20 15:29 Flanagan, Cressy-a son (Pat-
IsMOORE (nee Jinks)-On Nrovem
ber 26, at Queen Victoria Hos
Yofk St.-a son.
Flanagan, Cressy - a son (Pat-
MOORE (nee Jinks) - On Novem-
ber 26, at Queen Victoria Hos-
York St. - a son.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 28 November 1947 page Family Notices 2014-10-20 15:29 TLANAGAN-On November 24, at
Queen Victoria Hospital, Laun
Flanagan, Cressy-a son (Pat
FLANAGAN - On November 24, at
Queen Victoria Hospital, Laun-
Flanagan, Cressy-a son (Pat-

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