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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,298,394
2 NeilHamilton 2,990,320
3 noelwoodhouse 2,771,347
4 annmanley 2,225,878
5 John.F.Hall 2,071,889

2,771,347 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 52,880
January 2017 79,694
December 2016 63,629
November 2016 73,334
October 2016 62,565
September 2016 56,926
August 2016 44,985
July 2016 43,125
June 2016 41,190
May 2016 28,757
April 2016 31,729
March 2016 23,287
February 2016 27,244
January 2016 34,609
December 2015 41,261
November 2015 43,722
October 2015 32,709
September 2015 29,476
August 2015 41,219
July 2015 26,310
June 2015 27,353
May 2015 31,309
April 2015 35,339
March 2015 52,984
February 2015 39,466
January 2015 63,780
December 2014 80,352
November 2014 89,733
October 2014 85,595
September 2014 65,172
August 2014 81,494
July 2014 48,809
June 2014 31,351
May 2014 42,398
April 2014 40,724
March 2014 32,733
February 2014 34,793
January 2014 69,278
December 2013 53,205
November 2013 57,095
October 2013 62,115
September 2013 44,658
August 2013 52,528
July 2013 20,663
June 2013 8,497
May 2013 45,814
April 2013 39,065
March 2013 22,036
February 2013 56,938
January 2013 66,835
December 2012 57,961
November 2012 43,720
October 2012 15,780
September 2012 31,904
August 2012 67,698
July 2012 66,315
June 2012 60,339
May 2012 48,317
April 2012 18,550

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,298,391
2 NeilHamilton 2,990,320
3 noelwoodhouse 2,771,347
4 annmanley 2,225,808
5 John.F.Hall 2,071,884

2,771,347 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 52,880
January 2017 79,694
December 2016 63,629
November 2016 73,334
October 2016 62,565
September 2016 56,926
August 2016 44,985
July 2016 43,125
June 2016 41,190
May 2016 28,757
April 2016 31,729
March 2016 23,287
February 2016 27,244
January 2016 34,609
December 2015 41,261
November 2015 43,722
October 2015 32,709
September 2015 29,476
August 2015 41,219
July 2015 26,310
June 2015 27,353
May 2015 31,309
April 2015 35,339
March 2015 52,984
February 2015 39,466
January 2015 63,780
December 2014 80,352
November 2014 89,733
October 2014 85,595
September 2014 65,172
August 2014 81,494
July 2014 48,809
June 2014 31,351
May 2014 42,398
April 2014 40,724
March 2014 32,733
February 2014 34,793
January 2014 69,278
December 2013 53,205
November 2013 57,095
October 2013 62,115
September 2013 44,658
August 2013 52,528
July 2013 20,663
June 2013 8,497
May 2013 45,814
April 2013 39,065
March 2013 22,036
February 2013 56,938
January 2013 66,835
December 2012 57,961
November 2012 43,720
October 2012 15,780
September 2012 31,904
August 2012 67,698
July 2012 66,315
June 2012 60,339
May 2012 48,317
April 2012 18,550

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Article Changed Old lines New lines
Family Notices (Family Notices), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Wednesday 30 December 1953 [Issue No.29,454] page 4 2017-02-21 16:59 COX.--In loving memory of my dear
GIRLING-In loving memory of my
JONES.-In loving memory of our
ROBERTS-In fond and loving mem-
COX.—In loving memory of my dear
GIRLING—In loving memory of my
JONES.—In loving memory of our
ROBERTS—In fond and loving mem-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Wednesday 30 December 1953 [Issue No.29,454] page 3 2017-02-21 16:58 Davey-Fletcher
4 sleeves, falling into soft folds.
¡The V-shaped neckline with
! slightly rolled lace collar in
¡front stood up at the back
¡The bodice buttoned.to the
: waist and the futy gathered
¡skirt fell from an extended
j waistline, peaked back and
¡front in full folds of sheer
j with half circle of laae, com
?menclng each side of the skirt
¡and continuing around the
; bottom bf the skirt to
j meet the train. The train
¡was edged with a nylon sheet
¡kilted frill. Her billowy tulle
¡veil was mounted on a coro
¡net of orange blossoms and
¡her dainty trail bouquet wai
¡of aram lilies, tabernamontana
jstephanotis and pink Ceci!
! Brunner rosebuds. For "some
toing" old the bride wore s
sapphire bracelet belonging t<
her grandmother, Mrs M
The bride was attended bi
I as matron of honour, and th«
bridegroom's youngest sistei
Maryann. Mrs Ireland wor
shell pink eyelet embroiders
organza over taffeta. Featur
of the pretty gown was th
trail of deep pink roses nest
ling under the folds of th
collar at each side of th
heart-shaped neckline. He
mittens matched her gown an
her short tuile veil was fin
adorned with hand-made rose
Her shower bouquet was <
pastel pink blue and créai
hydrangeas, frangipani, an
The miniature bridesmaii
Maryann Davey, was attired i
shell pink embossed nylon o:
ganza over taffeta. A frill <
organza trimmed the nylon ni
yoke and the gown was ab
fashioned with dainty pu
sleeves and fully flared sfcii
She wore matching mittens ar
her pink curvette was trimmi
«Ith pink daisies and vei
The bridegroom was suppor
ed by his brother, Mr Di
Davey as best man. As t!
happy couple left the cath
Bishop Housden acted
chairman at the reception
¡Anzac House, where the guej
¡were received by the moth«
¡of the bride and bridegrco:
iMrs V. W. Fletcher wore
j model frock , of soft navy ere
¡with a tucked bodice trimm
Iwith beading. She added
(dusty pink hat and navy s
icessories and a shoulder spr
'¡of pink carnations and frani
j pani. Mrs R. R. Davey chese
¡pink and black figured paj
¡shantung with matching s
. cessories and a corsage of tí
¡hydrangeas and pink carr
j During the reception musi
[items were given bv Mes
¡A Crees and G. Crawford f
i Master Clyde Davey. Dal
.music was supplied by &
¡Deieen Fr,nch.
J Mr and Mrs Darryl Da
(haye settled at Duaringa 3
¡lowing a honeymoon tour
jthe South.
Davey - Fletcher
sleeves, falling into soft folds.
The V-shaped neckline with
slightly rolled lace collar in
front stood up at the back
The bodice buttoned to the
waist and the futy gathered
skirt fell from an extended
waistline, peaked back and
front in full folds of sheer
with half circle of lace, com-
mencing each side of the skirt
and continuing around the
bottom of the skirt to
meet the train. The train
was edged with a nylon sheet
kilted frill. Her billowy tulle
veil was mounted on a coro-
net of orange blossoms and
her dainty trail bouquet was
of aram lilies, tabernamontana,
stephanotis and pink Cecil
Brunner rosebuds. For "some
thing" old the bride wore a
sapphire bracelet belonging to
her grandmother, Mrs M.
The bride was attended by
as matron of honour, and the
bridegroom's youngest sister
Maryann. Mrs Ireland wore
shell pink eyelet embroidered
organza over taffeta. Feature
of the pretty gown was the
trail of deep pink roses nest-
ling under the folds of the
collar at each side of the
heart-shaped neckline. Her
mittens matched her gown and
her short tuile veil was fin-
ished with a pink curvette
adorned with hand-made roses.
Her shower bouquet was of
pastel pink blue and cream
hydrangeas, frangipani, and
The miniature bridesmaid,
Maryann Davey, was attired in
shell pink embossed nylon or-
ganza over taffeta. A frill of
organza trimmed the nylon net
yoke and the gown was also
fashioned with dainty puff
sleeves and fully flared skirt.
She wore matching mittens and
her pink curvette was trimmed
with pink daisies and veil-
The bridegroom was support-
ed by his brother, Mr Don
Davey as best man. As the
happy couple left the cathe-
Bishop Housden acted as
chairman at the reception at
Anzac House, where the guestsw
were received by the mother
of the bride and bridegroom.
Mrs V. W. Fletcher wore a
model frock , of soft navy crepe
with a tucked bodice trimmed
with beading. She added a
dusty pink hat and navy ac-
cessories and a shoulder spray
of pink carnations and frangi-
pani. Mrs R. R. Davey chose a
pink and black figured paper
shantung with matching ac-
cessories and a corsage of blue
hydrangeas and pink carn-
During the reception musical
items were given bv Mes
A Crees and G. Crawford and
Master Clyde Davey. Dance
.music was supplied by Miss
Doreen Funch.
Mr and Mrs Darryl Davey
have settled at Duaringa fol-
lowing a honeymoon tour in
the South.
Social Chat (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Wednesday 30 December 1953 [Issue No.29,454] page 3 2017-02-21 16:52 MR BRIAN DAVIES has re0
MR BRIAN DAVIES has re-
Social Chat (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Wednesday 30 December 1953 [Issue No.29,454] page 3 2017-02-21 16:52 i Social Chat i
!!^_By "KAYE." "_TJ
When Mr and Mrs J. H. K. McLeod and j
daughter Heather, were at Happy Bay, Longl
Island, they enjoyed cruises to adjacent islands,]
including the luxury pleasure resort of Hay-1
man. i
TpíHE family trio returned
Inst week-end. They were ac-
travelled from Cannonva:s to
?
CJPENCER STREET residents,
their daughter, Mrs A. Mc
her three daughters,. Jermifer,
ado, after . a flight from
Sydney to America. .
is an ear and . throat specialist
Sidney Till. She- had enjoyed
a three months* holiday here
16th birthday on Christinas
Eve. was a student at the
Girls* Grammar School here.
She is locking forward to at-
TYDE home today are Mr and
-L/ Mrs Cec Edwards and three
Neville, who have enjoyed th«
past two weeks at Ocean!
Heights. i
\ VT ESTERNERS in our midst.
" include Mr and Mrs Bob!
Barton, of Longreach, who are'
visiting Mrs Barton's mother,1
Mrs J. W. Nuttall, Albert j
Street. At the week-end Mri
and Mrs Barton propose to:
motor to Lowmead to ~ stay
with his mother, Mrs R. G. j
?
Miss Mitzie Smith, who wore'
tralian National Airlines in]
?
pr OLID AYING in the South
Capricornia Regional Electri- ]
f
TN residence at Emu Park for
three. Jeff and JUL Sharing
_ *
x holiday of 12 months, Mrs
?
/QUESTS at the Pine Beach
j>^EXT week-end holidays
Mrs Ken .May and two child-
sn vacation at Emu Park.
Mrs S. B- May, and daughter,
^ month's holiday at Ocean
and daughters. Jill and Anne,
Kho have already spent two
weeks there.
for Dr and Mrs D. I». Kearns
ivho have their three children
Elocheen, John and Patsy, witb
Rochsen, who attended
i successful candidate in the
.ecently published Senior
tiere. The trio.are enjoying a
jay social round of get-to
»ethers with tiieir friends and
ii? ve already extended hospi-
* Dr Ron James, who was
sister, Mr and Mrs Ken Wil
Icinson. This couple are
at th«» Queensland University
and Iv will travel by air today
cepted an appointment cn thi
tamily have returned tc
pr OME for the Christmas
New Year holidays ari
non Smith, of Sydney, who ari
the guests of Vernon's parents
Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith
VACATIONISTS, who wili
have much to tell theil
friends when they return frorr
the North, are Carmel anc
Ailsa Martin, who joumeyec
Day to Bowen. These tw<
lucky lasses planned a visit t<
the Atherton Tableland, i
flight to New Guinea and i
short stay at Hayman Island
At Hayman they will try theil
?
VTR BRIAN DAVIES has re
ceived word from Messr;
Taylor and Elliotts Pty Lt<
thrt he has won their prize fo
c,iso?nsi'»T and galenical phar
macy in the recent final phar'
macv examination. Friend
will be interested to hear tha
Brian has rejoined the stat
of Mr H. A. Symons'' Cit:
Social Chat
By "KAYE."
When Mr and Mrs J. H. K. McLeod and
daughter Heather, were at Happy Bay, Long
Island, they enjoyed cruises to adjacent islands,
including the luxury pleasure resort of Hay-
man.
THE family trio returned
last week-end. They were ac-
travelled from Cannonvale to
*
SPENCER STREET residents,
their daughter, Mrs A. Mc-
her three daughters, Jennifer,
ado, after a flight from
Sydney to America.
is an ear and throat specialist
Sidney Till. She had enjoyed
a three months' holiday here
16th birthday on Christmas
Eve, was a student at the
Girls' Grammar School here.
She is looking forward to at-
DUE home today are Mr and
Mrs Cec Edwards and three
Neville, who have enjoyed the
past two weeks at Ocean
Heights
WESTERNERS in our midst
include Mr and Mrs Bob
Barton, of Longreach, who are
visiting Mrs Barton's mother,
Mrs J. W. Nuttall, Albert
Street. At the week-end Mr
and Mrs Barton propose to
motor to Lowmead to stay
with his mother, Mrs R. G.
*
Miss Mitzie Smith, who wore
tralian National Airlines in
*
HOLIDAYING in the South
Capricornia Regional Electri-
*
IN residence at Emu Park for
three. Jeff and Jill. Sharing
*
AFPTER a wonderful overseas
holiday of 12 months, Mrs
*
GUESTS at the Pine Beach
NEXT week-end holidays
Mrs Ken May and two child-
on vacation at Emu Park.
Mrs S. B. May, and daughter,
A month's holiday at Ocean
and daughters, Jill and Anne,
who have already spent two
*
for Dr and Mrs D. P. Kearns
who have their three children
Rocheen, John and Patsy, with
Rocheen, who attended
a successful candidate in the
recently published Senior
here. The trio are enjoying a
gay social round of get-to-
gethers with their friends and
have already extended hospi-
Dr Ron James, who was
sister, Mr and Mrs Ken Wil-
kinson. This couple are
at the Queensland University
and he will travel by air today
cepted an appointment o n the
family have returned to
*
HOME for the Christmas
New Year holidays are
non Smith, of Sydney, who are
the guests of Vernon's parents,
Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith,
VACATIONISTS, who will
have much to tell their
friends when they return from
the North, are Carmel and
Ailsa Martin, who joumeyed
Day to Bowen. These two
lucky lasses planned a visit to
the Atherton Tableland, a
flight to New Guinea and a
short stay at Hayman Island.
At Hayman they will try their
*
MR BRIAN DAVIES has re0
ceived word from Messrs
Taylor and Elliotts Pty Ltd
that he has won their prize for
dispensing and galenical phar-
macy in the recent final phar-
macy examination. Friends
will be interested to hear that
Brian has rejoined the staff
of Mr H. A. Symons ' City
Family Notices (Family Notices), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1953 [Issue No.29,453] page 4 2017-02-21 16:42 IRTHS, Marriages, Deaths, Coming
FEENEY-FLANAGAN : At Our Lady
McCARDLE. Johann - The beloved
DOAK-In loving memory of our
HARKNESS-In loving memory of
KENNEDY, Arthur Edward-In loving
As it dawns the eighth sad year.
Our brightest hours spent with you
LISLE, Wilimena Henrietta Sarah.-
To wait for cure wad all in vain.
You bore your cross and bore it well.
God has you in His keeping.
MANNION.-In loving memory of our
MANNION, May Eileen-In loving
BIRTHS, Marriages, Deaths, Coming
FEENEY - FLANAGAN : At Our Lady
McCARDLE, Johann — The beloved
DOAK—In loving memory of our
HARKNESS—In loving memory of
KENNEDY, Arthur Edward—In loving
As it dawns the eighth sad year,
Our brightest hours spent with you.
LISLE, Wilimena Henrietta Sarah.—
To wait for cure was all in vain,
You bore your cross and bore it well,
God has you in His keeping,
MANNION.—In loving memory of our
MANNION, May Eileen—In loving
Family Notices (Family Notices), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1953 [Issue No.29,453] page 3 2017-02-21 16:39 Enaaqements
Mr and Mrs A. G. Cairns
Lion Creek Road. Rockhamp
of Mr and Mrs L. M Shel
47 Bolsover street, have muclh
Mrs H. Roberts. Stones Corner,
Douglas, Norman Street, Rock
?
Cyril William "BilI" Schalch,
Phillips. 133 Canning Street,
Mr and Mrs W. A. Mann of.
Mansfield Street. Rockhamp-:
EngagementS
Mr and Mrs A. G. Cairns,
Lion Creek Road, Rockhamp-
of Mr and Mrs L. M Shel-
47 Bolsover street, have much
Mrs H. Roberts, Stones Corner,
Douglas, Norman Street, Rock-
*
Cyril William "Bill" Schalch,
Phillips, 133 Canning Street,
Mr and Mrs W. A. Mann of
Mansfield Street. Rockhamp-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1953 [Issue No.29,453] page 3 2017-02-21 16:36 FEENEY-FLANAGAN
* When the happy couple left
FEENEY - FLANAGAN
When the happy couple left
Social Chat (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1953 [Issue No.29,453] page 3 2017-02-21 16:35 Stuart Henderson, and daugt
ter Jill, entertained sever;
house guests at their Yeppoc
home over the Christmas sei
son. They were Mrs Hendei
son's sisters. Misses Trixie ar
Myrtle White, Miss Glad:
Fallon (Rockhampton), Mi
Frances Rogers (Belmor
Longreach) and youthful Bei
erley Cooney (Longreach) ar
Mr Gordon Reid, manage
Primaries' Longreach branch
?
A RRTVAL by plane fro:
Auckland, New Zealan
on Christinas Eve of Mrs 1
Perkinson and Mr A. Hal
who are the guests of the
brother and sister-in-law, R
and Mrs A. Ellison, Jardii
Street, Wandal. Before the
departure from our distri
they will also enjoy a holids
with Mrs E. Beak at Yarwu
?
AMERICAN visitors at Ye
poon for a couple
montns are Mrs Paul A. Die
and her two children, Lyne!
and Gregory, of seattle Was
trig ton, who are making th
headquarters at chirnside.
?fcXEWLYWEDS Cpl and fc
by mail train today for Ric
mond NSW, where Cpl peer
is stationed with the RAJ
Before her marriage this moi
! at Our Lady Help of Christia
? Church, Park Avenue, »
1 Feeney was Miss Jo;
i joyce Flanagan.
Stuart Henderson, and daugh-
ter Jill, entertained several
house guests at their Yeppoon
home over the Christmas sea-
son. They were Mrs Hender-
son's sisters, Misses Trixie arnd
Myrtle White, Miss Gladys
Fallon (Rockhampton), Miss
Frances Rogers (Belmore,
Longreach) and youthful Bev-
erley Cooney (Longreach) and
Mr Gordon Reid, manager,
Primaries' Longreach branch.
*
ARRIVAL by plane from
Auckland, New Zealand,
on Christinas Eve of Mrs M.
Perkinson and Mr A. Hart,
who are the guests of their
brother and sister-in-law, Mr
and Mrs A. Ellison, Jardine
Street, Wandal. Before their
departure from our district
they will also enjoy a holiday
with Mrs E. Beak at Yarwun.
*
*
AMERICAN visitors at Yep-
poon for a couple of
montns are Mrs Paul A. Diers
and her two children, Lynette
and Gregory, of Seattle Wash-
ington, who are making their
headquarters at Cairnside.
*
NEWLYWEDS Cpl and Mrs
Brian Feeney, are leaving
by mail train today for Rich-
mond NSW, where Cpl Feeney
is stationed with the RAAF.
Before her marriage this month
at Our Lady Help of Christians'
Church, Park Avenue, Mrs
Feeney was Miss Joyce
Joyce Flanagan.
Social Chat (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1953 [Issue No.29,453] page 3 2017-02-21 16:31 shortly be seeing the famil
foursome in Dublin as the
propose sailing for England o
January 16, by the liner, Hima
For those who desire to sen
congratulatory messages t
the proud parents, their ac
1 dress is "Stradbury," Strati
1 brook Road. Blackrock, Dui
i lin. Eire.
^ ?
117ELL-KNOWN host ar
hostess, Mr and Mi
1 Stuart Henderson, and daugt
' ter Jill, entertained sever;
1 house guests at their Yeppoc
' home over the Christmas sei
. son. They were Mrs Hendei
1 son's sisters. Misses Trixie ar
' Frances Rogers (Belmor
1 Longreach) and youthful Bei
iMr Gordon Reid, manage
, A RRTVAL by plane fro:
; on Christinas Eve of Mrs 1
shortly be seeing the family
foursome in Dublin as they
propose sailing for England on
January 16, by the liner, Hima-
For those who desire to send
congratulatory messages to
the proud parents, their ad-
dress is "Stradbury," Strad-
brook Road, Blackrock, Dub-
lin, Eire.
*
WELL-KNOWN host and
hostess, Mr and Mrs
Stuart Henderson, and daugt
ter Jill, entertained sever;
house guests at their Yeppoc
home over the Christmas sei
son. They were Mrs Hendei
son's sisters. Misses Trixie ar
Frances Rogers (Belmor
Longreach) and youthful Bei
Mr Gordon Reid, manage
A RRTVAL by plane fro:
on Christinas Eve of Mrs 1
Social Chat (Article), Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1953 [Issue No.29,453] page 3 2017-02-21 16:30 MRS GRAHAM is here forf
several weeks and is visi
ing her father, Mr W. <
Roden and her brother-in-la
and sister, Mr and Mrs M. <
Her husband and son, Roi
ert, who spent Christmas wit
Mr Graham's relatives in ii
Charleville district, are due 1
arrive here tomorrow. "
Mrs Graham is now accus
tomed to heat and humidii
conditions as she has lived 1
Darwin for the past 16 year
She says the difference bt
tween our present heit-wav
and' Darwin's climate is the
in Darwin the temperaturt
are similar, morning an
?
OTAY-AT-HOMES over th
holiday period were th
'Commonwealth Bank brand
manager (Mr J. V. Wade» ani
Mrs Wade and their tw<
daughters, Pamela and Judith
Pamela recently airivei
from Sydney where she sa
for her Leaving Certificat
examination as a student o
"Meriden," the Church o
England School for Girls a
Strathfield- She was hous
captain and a prefect a
"Meriden" and now --she i
anxiously waiting for Januar;
15 to come round to hear re
suits of her examination. Jud
ith attends tile Girls' Gramma:
JAFPY informal get-to
gether of friends and theil
families over the Christmastid;
took place at the home of M:
and Mrs A. P. Tannock. Agne:
Street, when they entertainer
out-of-doors. Guests assemblée
and competitions. ^
TOUSE GUESTS of Mr and
Mrs Albert Beak, at Nor
few weeks are Mrs Beak's sis
ter, Mrs O. Nichols, and son.
TTERE until New Year are
tion, Comet, who are visiting j
Mrs Scott's parents, Mr andi
New Year with ¿us brother,
-_-_.*
?ixTOPING to continue studies
J-L at the Queensland Uni-
. elder daughter of Mr and Mrs
date in ' the Senior examina-
¡the recent Speech Day cere
tmony. Presented only this
?
noWN at Ocean Heights foi
and Beverley. Other daughter.
: the Davis Cup tennis matches
Sharing the pleasures of s
with Mr and Mrs Beak anc
lasses, Margaret Cran anc
?
i "pRIENDS in the district wil
; be happy to hear formei
: residents, Mr and Mrs Bil
(Huston welcomed their seconr
daughter at Dublin, Eire. 01
Mrs Huston's parents. Mr ani
Mrs Dal Winton, Albert Stree1
received a cable saying bot]
? Beryl and babe are well. Thei
? little granddaughter, Dallas
: celebrates her third birthda
? next April.
; Mr and Mrs Winton wi
; shortly be seeing the famil
I foursome in Dublin as the
I propose sailing for England o
r January 16, by the liner, Hima
; laya.
; For those who desire to sen
' congratulatory messages t
MRS GRAHAM is here for
several weeks and is visit-
ing her father, Mr W. G.
Roden and her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr and Mrs M. O.
Her husband and son, Rob-
ert, who spent Christmas with
Mr Graham's relatives in the
Charleville district, are due to
arrive here tomorrow.
Mrs Graham is now accus-
tomed to heat and humidity
conditions as she has lived in
Darwin for the past 16 years.
She says the difference be-
tween our present heat-wave
and Darwin's climate is that
in Darwin the temperatures
are similar, morning and
*
STAY-AT-HOMES over the
holiday period were the
Commonwealth Bank branch
manager (Mr J. V. Wade) and
Mrs Wade and their two
daughters, Pamela and Judith.
Pamela recently arrived
from Sydney where she sat
for her Leaving Certificate
examination as a student of
"Meriden," the Church of
England School for Girls at
Strathfield. She was house
captain and a prefect at
"Meriden" and now she is
anxiously waiting for January
15 to come round to hear re-
sults of her examination. Jud-
ith attends the Girls' Grammar
HAPPY informal get-to-
gether of friends and their
families over the Christmastide
took place at the home of Mr
and Mrs A. P. Tannock, Agnes
Street, when they entertained
out-of-doors. Guests assembled
and competitions.
HOUSE GUESTS of Mr and
Mrs Albert Beak, at Nor-
few weeks are Mrs Beak's sis-
ter, Mrs O. Nichols, and son,
HERE until New Year are
tion, Comet, who are visiting
Mrs Scott's parents, Mr and
New Year with his brother,
HOPING to continue studies
at the Queensland Uni-
elder daughter of Mr and Mrs
date in the Senior examina-
the recent Speech Day cere-
mony. Presented only this
*
DOWN at Ocean Heights for
and Beverley. Other daughter,
the Davis Cup tennis matches
Sharing the pleasures of a
with Mr and Mrs Beak and
lasses, Margaret Cran and
*
FRIENDS in the district will
be happy to hear former
residents, Mr and Mrs Bill
Huston welcomed their second
daughter at Dublin, Eire, on
Mrs Huston's parents, Mr and
Mrs Dal Winton, Albert Street,
received a cable saying both
Beryl and babe are well. Their
little granddaughter, Dallas,
celebrates her third birthday
next April.
Mr and Mrs Winton will
shortly be seeing the famil
foursome in Dublin as the
propose sailing for England o
January 16, by the liner, Hima
laya.
For those who desire to sen
congratulatory messages t

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