The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on May 5, 1957 · Page 61
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The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia · Page 61

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I PAINTING CONTEST WINNERS , Members who submitted entries in our Easter Painting a Contest showed that they were, full of bright ideas. . 7 First, prize in the senior section goes to Beverley Ware-' ham (13), 53 Longueville Road, Lane Cove, and first in the junior section to Vivian Manwaring (9), P.O. Box 17, Coota-; mundra. , Beverley and Vivian win 10 each. ' - Prizes of 5 each go to Gai Fitz-Gerald (16), 405 Mow- bray Rd., Chatswood; Suzanne Marlin (14), 98 Mowbray jj Rd., Willoughby; Annette Sibiril (12), Neil St., Bundeena; and J Jenny Cozens (15), 4 Edinburgh Crescent, North Cronulla : (Seniors); and to John Lewis (6), 52 Knox St., Clovelly;" I Julienne Sheehy (11), 45. Blake St., Rose Bay; Edmond Joseph (5), 77 Bream St Coogee; and Sally Moore (11), 319 .Lambert St., Bat hurst (Juniors). ,. jS Keep doing your' best vwith all your entries you-will be surprised how good they will be if you really keep trying. This week, as usual, there will be prizes of 210 for the befct set of solutions to Playtime Puzzles from a junior .member, and the best set from a senior member. '? Prizes of 15, 5 and 26 will be awarded for the best individual puzzle entries, and prizes of 10, 76 and-5 for the best efforts at colouring any of the pictures on this page, if Many certificates will be awarded for good entries puzzles, colouring-in entries, and original work so see. what 'you can winl Address your entries to The Editor, "Sun-Herald Junior," sBox 4020, G.P.O., Sydney. . , II Remember to write-youi name, age and address clearly J Best wishes from, - t. YOUR EDITOR. NAMES Wild but -. harmonious, queer but euphonious Such are the place names that most of us know. Truly Australian not one of? -.. them' alien-Easy to utter, and here's how they go. Bundywalla, Nandialla Yarrawonga, Carrathul Mullumbimby, Barbawar-artha Tumbariimba.Narrabool Cootamundra, Nerrigunda Goondiwindi, Parraween Umeralla, Unanderra Murrumburrah, Narra-been. We think of bush blossoms, goannas, and possums, ' Of gay kookaburras, . most joyous of birds, Of stringy-bark gunyas and big bunya-bunyas And the gum leafy taste as we. utter the words. -., Bilooli, Kirribilli Bulladeela, Bundanoon Warialda, Jindiandy Murrurundi, Kangaloon Parramatta, Coolangatta Tambarroa, Dandenong Wollondilly, Curruckbully . Wagga Wagga, Mitta-gong. Prize of 126 to Barbara Ryan (14), Railway View, Werrls Creek. My rabbit Hoppity By ANTHONY LANG1IAM Hoppity. He's a -nice little I have a rabbit named rabbit, and quite fat. He is a little digger and he could dig under a fence three feet deep. Sometimes I let Hoppity out for a run around the yard. Once when I let him out he ran right around the front, through the fence, on to the footpath, up the lane, through the hedge, into the backyard next door.. He. started to dig and then I caught him. To-day Hoppity got out of his hutch and ran around the house once and ran back into his hutch with me after, him. To-day also the next-door rabbit dug under the fence about three times and had a bit or a fight, with Hoppity. lfle rabbit next door is a little menace. He's only a little rabbit, but he's a good little lighter and digger. Onejiight Hoppity got out ofhis hutch and went in next door and ate all the tops of the beans there. . Often rabbits are quite a pest when they get out and dig in the garden and eat the vegetables. Some nights, dogs come in and bark at Hoppity and wake me up and I have to throw stones at the dogs. Sometimes when they come in at, night they knock over a lot of my plants and then I have to replant them. . Prize of 15 to Anthony Langham (9), 158 Hawthorne Parade, Haberfield. MODEL PLANE: Prize of 10 to John Boland, 49a Pell St., Merewcther. The ' model, which is of a Douglas Skyruy, ESTONIAN FOLK-SINGERS: Prize of 1 to Kulliki Riis (15), 76 William St., Brookvale. Winter Icy ponds where children play, Fields of glistening snow, Winds that whistle all the day, Fires burning glow. People wrapped from head to toe Like plum puddings round, Rivers which no longer flow, Frost lying on the ground. Short dreary day and long cold night, It seems never to clear. But then appears the sunshine bright, At last Summer is here. Prize of 10 to Carole Hertzbcrg (14), 73 Ocean St,. Bomti. "GARDNER": "One morn-ing I made a gardener and took a photo of it," writes Janet Read (10), 167 Pennant St., Parramatta, who wins 10 for this photograph. Interesting stamp depicts Columbus By WATERMARK Christopher Columbus, the world-renowned Genoese navigator, has appeared on stamps from many countries, including this 1920 issue put out by the St. Kitts and Nevis Islands. The desion was taken frnm another made originally in 1903, which was based on the colonial badge, with Columbus displayed on the deck" of his flagship, examining the approaching land. . A portrait of George V was also included. . In deference to his discovery of St. Kitts in 1493, during his second voyage, the do square mile island was for many years known as St. Christopher. St. Kins, "The mother colony of the West Indies," is Britain's oldest possession in that region. An unusual discrepancy occurred with the design relating to Columbus; he was shown sighting land through a telescope, an instrument not invented until 1608, almost a century after Columbus died! PUZZLE YOU will all have such a lot ' .? of fun working out this crossword. Not only have you to name the objects in the picture but to fill in the crossword you have to write these names down BACKWARDS! : Look very carefully at each of the numbered illustrations and then when you are sure you ,have the correct name write it neatly into the square in the crossword with the corresponding numbers. Remember t6 write these names backwards or you will not solve the puzzle. Let us see how well you can do this. Perhaps, loo, you might colour the whole picture and make it as bright and gay as you can. 'mi i i mm PUZZLE No. 2 J-JERE we can see a very thoughtful young Bear. He is trying to think of three words with his name, Bear, hidden in them. Now the top word means "without hair on the chin," the middle word means manner or behaviour.". Then the word in the bottom panel means insup portable. Think very carefully about each word and then write your answer neatly into the panels provided in the puzzle. Colour the picture as gaily as you can. PUZZLE No. 3 JF you wish to discover who the little girl in this picture is, it is really quite simple! Commence with the letter "L" and read every third letter around the' circle going clockwise. What is her name? With your poster-paints or crayons colour this puzzle as gaily as you can. TREASURE CHEST Results of April 21, competitions: COLOURING 1st prizes, 10: Senior: Alec Sibiriakoff (14), Old- Toongabbie: Junior, Lynetle Freeman (9), East Preston, Vic.: 2nd prizes, 76: Senior. Pam Slaughter J3), Manly Vale: Junior, John Wade (9), Er-mington: 3rd prizes, .5: Seniors, John Brady (13), Warragamba Dam; Thurza Davies (13), Willow Tree; Diana Troman (14), Raymond Terrace; Beverley Wareham (13), Lane Cove: Juniors, Lawrence Biidden (8) , East Maitland; Maxine Hlllcoat (9) , Crow's Nest: Neil Johnson (6), Mendowbank; ". Sally. Moore (11), Bathurst. "PLAYTIME" PUZZLES . RESULTS SPECIAL 210 PRIZE Senior Division . Ruth fiirschhorn (15), 3 Alpha Road, Willoughby. SPECIAL 210 PRIZE Junior Division Elizabeth Wheeler (11). - - 185 Macquarie Street, Liverpool. - UIKULK rUULE 1st prizes, 15: Senior, Graham Newman (13), Invercll: Junior, Gleness Pivott (11), Killara: 2nd prizes, 5: Senior, Mary Sedmak (13), Manly: Junior, Anthony Cur-ran (10), Bangalow: 3rd prizes, 26: Seniors, John Gedz (13), Cabra-matta; Irene Staples (14), Oungog: Juniors, Colin Haddrlck (9), Wai- tara; Kuth Imne (10), Rylstone. EASTER SURPRISE 1st prizes, 15: Senior, Wendy Lowe (14), ' Belmont: Junior, War- XETS MAKE By Anne Graham A MOTHER'S DAY PRESENT nPO make gay serviette rings, cut a piece of linoleum to a size of six inches by one and a half inches. Mark each inch of lino., forming six sections as illustrated in the first picture above. Rule along each line with a knife and bend lino, at the cuts. Paint pretty designs on each section, forming a continuous pattern (illustration 2). Why not work Mother's name or initials into the designs? Use poster paint mixed with a little ordinary soap. When dry, brush a thin coat of clear varnish over the surface. Finally make one hole on each end with a drill, and tie with a' white shoe lace (illustration 3). ANSWERS TO PUZZLES 21-4-'57 PUZZLE No. 1 Happy Easter Boys and Girls. PUZZLE No. 2 Easter Rabbit colouring. . PUZZLE No. 3-i-These trees were Ash. Gum Fir. Oak and Elm. wick Harry (10), PcnshursC 2nd prizes, 5: Senlnr, Robert Hannah (13), Leeton: Junior, Christine Carter (10), Lakcmba: 3rd prizes, 26: Seniors, Jillian Davies (12), Forrest, A.C.T.: Evan MacKcnzic (12), Marrickvillc: Juniors, Douglas Ballard (6), Macksville; Barbara Stewart (11), Homcbush. FIVE TREES 1st prizes, 15: Senior. Gcor-glna Killick (14), Bankstown: Junior, Lawrence Biidden (8), East Maitland: 2nd prizes, 5: Senior, Scott Bruce Stuart (12), Potts Point: Junior Leone Hollings-worlh (10), Bathurst: 3rd prizes, 26: Seniors,. Roland Hillcoat (14), Crow's Nest: Rosemary Lowe (15), Casino: Juniors, Geoffrey Fish (10), Wahioonga; Carolyn Humfrcy (11), Forbes. Winners .'of point ccitificatcs will be notified by post. jt BARNEY BEAR SAYS TO fLs boys and c,rls-

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