Boorowa Burrowa News Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1950, Page 2

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Boorowa Burrowa News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Boorowa, New South Wales Bushby s Winter drapery ? at ? reduced prices dress materials twelve new shades in Wool Jersey flannel and Wool de cheap 36 inches wide. Usual Price 10/9 and 11/3. V l f a reduced to 9/11 Yard Wool Weed Green Brown and a i Marls 30 i heres t wide. Reduce to ?. Pinch sp1tings. Us Al Price Al Fly fid a striped pyjama Flannelette thick Fleecy Quality 31 inches wide. Reduced to ? 3/8 Yard. Plain Pink Lemon sky 31 inches wide. Reduced to 3/8 Yard. I Floral Flannelette Pink sky Lemoni and White grounds 36 inches wide. Reduced to ? 3/11 Yard. Flannel All Wool Challenge flannel natural mid Grey and dark Grey 28 inches wide night dresses and pyjamas Winter weight nights and pyjamas. Interlock Cotton Fleecy lined Cotton and Flannelette. Sizes s.w., a . And x.. All reduced. Prices Range from 19/11. Men s and boys pyjamas men s Winter weight pyjamas ? ? 27/6 and 34/6 or. Boys pyjamas ? 14/11 and 17/6 or. Boots and shoes military cossacks. Made by Mcmurtrie 33/6 or. Men s welted shoes ? ? 39/6 and 45/. Or. Ladies welted shoes ? 37/6 pair. Bushby s the drapery House of Boorowa phone 11. . Box 11. ? a ? ? ? ? a ? ? a ? Longmore & Slade station Street Harden wish to notify the Public of Boorowa Shire that the local sub dealer for a Ferguson system tractors farm w implements and m Standard Vanguard and Triumph w cars is p. J. Slattery phone 183. Market Street Boorowa. Mix up in How to vote cards Harden i there was consternation among . Supporters at i Harden when it was discover de that the How to vote egg cards printed in that town did a not conform to the alphabetic Al order of the ballot papers 1 it was claimed that As a re 1 suit some labor supporters 1 had voted for Ross before the error was discovered. J these Pahich Lar . How to vote cards were 1 then dispensed with and other cards rushed to polling Booths in that area. % ? Rev. H. S. Brown Farewe ii a f at bin along f a gathering of his Bina Iong parishioners entertained ret. H. S. Brown anglican Rector j. Of Boorowa and mrs Brown j to afternoon Tea in the Bina. 1 Long mechanics Institute la for saturday . A Rev. Brown who tool of Racse care of the Ltd Naniong a Ong i tried eight years go the a a Obj fiame Art 6�4\\g borrows vpwi8 during the afternoon or. E. Reece lion. Secretary of St. Thomas Church presented the Rector with a Wallet on behalf of his Bina Iong congregation. Or. Reece spoke highly of the service Rev. Brown had rendered Bina Iong anglicans and his sincerity and selfless Devotion to his work had set an example for All of them. In supporting or. Reece or. Elphick said that in the Many years he had known him the rec Tor had never spared himself his Church and the spiritual welfare of his people had always been his first consideration. J mrs. S. Pinney on behalf of the i ladies Guild regretted Rev. J Brown s departure and wished both him and mrs. Brown every happiness in the future. In thanking the gathering for their kindness and Good wishes Rev. Brown said he had endeavoured to do the work to which he had been called to the Best of his ability. He was particularly interested in the work of the clergy in the schools. There were at pre sent two forces at work in the world christianity and communism. The answer to the latter he believed Lay in the religious training Oil the Young. He had visited the schools in his Parish regularly and spoke highly of the Courtesy he had always received in them. In conclusion he said bin along along would now be come part of Harden Parish and he hoped that the Binal Oug parishioners would give his Success or Rev. G. Julien b.a., th.l., Harden the Loyal support in the future that he himself had enjoyed in the past. At the conclusion a vote of thanks to the ladies who had provided an excellent afternoon Tea was moved by or. Fletcher. Personal or. K. Handcock of the staff of the Bina Iong Branch of the Bank of new South Wales is spending Throe weeks Holiday in Sydney. During his absence his duties will be performed by or. A. Archer who is attached to the Bank s Junee Branch. Lord Only knows Why Percy goes Oil the Road to Taylor s Flat and not calling for his Par cels at Bushby a of Boorowa. Nuff said bridal gown of White silk lace Small Halcroft wedding. Married at St. John s Church s of England Boorowa on sat urday april 29, was Janet Ruth younger daughter of or. Aud mrs. T. W. Halcroft of Boorowa to Ronald Only son of or. And mrs. C. Small. cast lest Eads Boorowa. The Rev. H. S. Brown con ? ducted the ceremony. The Bride entering the Church on the Arm of her father who subsequently gave her away made a charming picture in a gown of White silk lace with an extended train. Orange blossoms trimmed the Yoke of her frock and her Lovely tulle veil was kindly Lent by a close Friend mrs w. Greig. Carnations tuberose and Maiden hair Fern. In pretty contrast were the i rocks of the bridesmaids miss Faye Halcroft sister of the Bride hand miss Joan Kitsun Friend of the Wride. Faye wore Green Ein in used org Audi Over taffeta Turig a sweetheart neck Ujj Fine and very full skirt. Joan a Brea u idea Itidal fran or Tif Lamonn Imus Allm Otga Tii. Beith wore Matching mittens and veils with Murvette of Flowers and carried bouquets of. Carnations tuberose and Maidenhair Fern. The two Little Flower girls. Lyn j Ete Halcroft sister of the Bride j Aud Marie Dunn Friend of the Bride were rocked alike in Lem on and Green embossed Organdi Over taffeta featuring full skirts and round frilled neckline with tiny puffed sleeves. Both wore mittens and corvettes of Flowers. The duties of Best Man were car ried out he or. Rex Perceval and or. Allan Malone friends of the Groom acted As groomsman. The Church was beautifully decorated by mesdames s. Docket Aud e. Dunn misses Maureen Couch and m. Nicholas aunt of the Bride. During the signing of the Regis Ter mrs. Len Oxley sweetly Ren dered 1 love you truly. Mrs. H. S. Brown presided at the or Gan. The reception was held at the Gukl Hall where 90 guests were entertained by the Bride s Mother and assisted by mrs. Small. Mrs. Halcroft wore a Navy crepe frock with embroidered bodice and Navy accessories and added a shoulder Spray of Pink tuberose Aud Fern. Mrs. Small was attired in a beige suit with Matching Brown accessories and wore a shoulder Spray of tuberose and Fern. The Beautiful three tiered Wedd ing cake was made and decorated by Ryan s bakery borrow a. Many telegrams and Beautiful gifts including a number of cheques were received. Following the reception the Happy Young couple left for their honeymoon which was spent at Sydney and Newcastle. For her going away frock the Bride chose a Green ensemble with Matching Brown accessories. Or. And mrs. Small will make their future Home at Castle steady Boorowa. A Hutch women s Union Farewell workers splendid work for Church recognised members of St. Jolius s Church women s Union gathered at the Home of mrs. A. J. Adams on tuesday afternoon of last week to bid Farewell to three members Aud workers of the Church a mesdames o. . Henderson and miss Lydia go Liam a prior to their de parture from the District. Mesdames Dorsett acid Hender son arc taking up their future residence at Stawell Park and miss Morhain is going to Illawarra South. During the evening Rev. H. S. Brown made reference to the splendid work done for the Church by the departing guests and wished them every Success in their new Homes. On behalf of the. Union mrs. S. J. O Hara presented each guest with a Doliton plate cup and Saucer. Responding the departing guests expressed their regret at leaving Boorowa and thanked the members for their gift. Whatever they had done for the Church and the Union had been a labor of love. A tasty Tafte Winou Tea was served and the proceedings concluded with the singing of aul Lang syne. ? rifles they say that Bushby a of Boorowa can Supply .22 Cal. Single Spiot and .22 Cal. Repeater rifles also ammunition for same. Nuff said try Bushby a the store with the goods you ask for j sometimes. 1 your last change. A secure your a evening frocks jul now and i save Money i i i Only a few More Days left i for the clearance of evening frocks and capes i 1 Etc. At i i huge discounts Lou Moses belial Street ? = ? Boorowa. Stuart Brown Nevis Agency Boorowa. For the keen sportsman .22 Hornet Slazenger s repeating Bolt action High velocity Rifle 5-sh0t Magazin Weighi Zilb. Price �29/10/9 same May be inspected at Stuart Brown Boorowa ? cup Fromari Hedigan after successfully resisting Chal Lenges from Owra Young and tin of bar Medman by saturday lost the maker cup. Temora de feared them by 11 Points to eight. The Gate was �130. Gundagai Are to play for the cup next saturday

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