Beverley Times Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1950, Page 1

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Beverley Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Beverley, Western Australia National Library of Australia the month of june is a Good time to buy material Sand equipment for use in the months ahead Barrow co. Have available for immediate delivery the following imported goods Cement in 4001b Drums. It gauge fencing wire. . Roofing Iron and guttering. Springhead nails 2in and 3in . Nails. Swedish building boards. Similar to Masonite and Faneite. A limited Quantity of 3/�in Galva piping and 1 Inch plastic v piping we also have a wide Range of hand tools and labour saving equipment for the Farmer air compressors grease guns Hydraulic jacks Wallaby jacks Tyre pumps drilling machines Bench Grinders pliers files vices wrenches Oil cans hammers hand saws braces Auger bits Etc. Most sizes of motor tyres and tubes Are now available from Stock Barrow & co. Box 33 phone 28 Beverley a popular event record Barnsley Golf fixture cup Low Marker s Success a fortuitous change in the weather which on saturday afternoon threatened to spoil the fixture made conditions Ideal for the annual Barnsley cup contest played Over 36 holes against bogey on the Beverley links last sunday. All records for the event went by the Board the occasion being an outstanding Success with114 players in the Field representative of City and country clubs whilst there were Many non playing visitors present. The Day was also made memorable by the Success of one of the lowest markers in the Field Colin Walker of Quai Rading from a 2 Mark winning the cup alter a play off with David Weaver 18 of Beverley. Walker turned it on with a vengeance in the morning to be 3 up accomplishing a 71 round which in 1 stroke better than the course Standard scratch score. He faded in the afternoon to turn in a 6 Down card but his 3 Down on the Day score was equal to timing with Weaver who was 4 Down in the . And 1 up after lunch. The Dray off was Over three holes with Walker conceding a stroke to his opponent on each. He clipped in for a Birdie 3 from just off the Green on the first to record a win the second was won by Weaver and the third went to the Low Marker giving him one of the most meritorious wins in the history of the event. It was the second occasion he has won the cup. His father Harry Walker was also a Winner some years ago. Walker is a Good bet to win a state title before Many seasons have passed As he has shown outstanding ability Ever since he took up the game. He achieves great length with minimum Effort and is sound in other departments of the game. The Young runner up is also to be praised for a Fine performance and he without doubt,.will also be heard of again in future tournaments. Minor awards Alf Winfield Beverley 8 was a Strong fancy for the cup at midday following an excellent morning round to be 1 up. With Walker he shared the . Honours these two were the Only players to be up on bogey for the first eighteen holes. The Rule that a player can Only take one trophy prevails at All fixtures and Winfield took the prize for the Best morning round. A Northam player in c Radford 11 my the afternoon award with a 1 Down card after a play off with s m Stone of Quai Rading 16whilst Brookton was represented in the prize list by Len Mcgrath Vjio with i 9 Down result annexed the award Given for the Best score by a player on the limit Mark. Prizes were Well distributed As Pingelli came into the limelight As a result of g � Sewell s Effort in winning the prize for the Best scratch score an honour to which he is not unaccustomed. A special award for the worst score returned was won by g Boswell York who was 35 Down on the Day. The Overall results indicate that the is now being faithfully observed by club sin general As from the Large Field Only three scores were returned for the Day that were better than bogey. The catering one of the features was the catering of the Beverley associates under their Captain mrs w h Broun. They provided one of the most appetising luncheons Ever noted at a golfing fixture Here or elsewhere As Well As morning Tea for the visitors and afternoon Tea for All present. Luncheons served totalled 150 and there was no delay throughout the Day. The enlarged club House Complete with hot water system Etc. Must be among the Best to be found in the country districts of the state and was an important Factor in of the occasion facilitating the work of the associates and providing Coli portable surroundings for All who attended. Visitors were full of Praise. The presentations at the close of the Day the Captain or r m Wansbrough introduced or o r Vallentine club president who before proceeding with the distribution of a handsome array of trophies welcomed visitors and expressed the club s special thanks to the ladies for their work and also to the club Secretary or g m Wansbrough and his assistant mrs r m Wansbrough they had the responsibility of keeping the records throughout the Day whilst most of the organising was in the hands of the Secretary. The president congratulated the winners on their Success. City players to visit Brookton some of the leading Golf exponents of the state will visit Brookton on july 1 and 2 Whelo Avon Valley association players will he matched against Pennant players from Royal Perth and Ned lands. There should be a feast of Good Golf and Brookton extends an invitation to All interested to attend. Kennedy cup Beverley will be represented at the Kennedy cup contest at Northam next sunday. The event is Over 36 holes against bogey and a big Field is anticipated. Onslo Crover town Carrier and Odd jobs Hunt re. Beverley phones 45 or 131 or 151

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