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|WELCOME TO MR. FRANK GARTRELL. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 2 December 1926 page Article||2013-03-23 15:02||waa extended to Mr. Frank Gartrell, for many rears
vice-president of the New South Wales Bowling A«
.Delation and president of Chatswood Club the great
progress of which may be in a great measure attribute»
io bim Others who were welcomed on their retnn
from tour» 01 the world were - Messrs. Elston (Killara) i
Minston (Petersham) and Rav Gartrell fCliatswnod1
The welcomes were extended bv Mr R R Moss (picsi
dent ("ivii riubl and endorsed by Mr I Scott (prem
dent) bv Me«s-s. J Wall and Doherty (rice president»
New South Wale» Bowling Association) by B H
Burton, president Master Baken* Association; by Mr
Le Oav Holtbouse, bv Mr J 0 Ryan, president Ghats
wood Club; and by Mr Foster. M L.A On riling to
replv, Mr, Gartrell ind Mr Elston received * great
ovation and give an account of Mist of tbtlr a-peri
.Bcov throughout timir travel*,
|was extended to Mr. Frank Gartrell, for many years
vice-president of the New South Wales Bowling As
sociation and president of Chatswood Club the great
progress of which may be in a great measure attributed
to him. Others who were welcomed on their return
from tours 0f the world were: - Messrs. Elston (Killara)
Johnston (Petersham) and Ray Gartrell (Chatswood).
The welcomes were extended by Mr R. R. Moss (presi
dent Civic Club), and endorsed by Mr I. Scott (presi
dent) bv Messrs. J. Wall and Doherty (vice-president
New South Wales Bowling Association), by H. R.
Burton, president Master Bakers' Association; by Mr
Le Gay Holthouse, by Mr J. D. Ryan, president Chats
wood Club; and by Mr Foster, M.L.A. On rising to
reply, Mr. Gartrell and Mr Elston received a great
ovation and gave an account of some of their experi
ences throughout their travels.
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