Yes .. my father's name, Stanley Vagg, is there, however I can't read the article - the image is blurred. My father was in the army at the time, and I believe the baby might be my brother Peter, born in November 1943.
Do you have a date for that issue of the Chronicle please?
I recognise the name of winning baby Rosemary Law Smith whose family owned Chocolyn.
Lovely of you all to share your memories of Miss Peter with us. And thanks to Glynis Cummins for sending us the pics in the first place. We were saying on Tuesday that we must polish up the plaque. Love the phone number: 111 😊
Yes I was taught piano by Miss Peters. I walked over the road to her lessons. She was a lovely lady.I remember she wrote on our music with grey lead pencil. She always put the tip of pencil in her mouth before she wrote anything. That always stuck in my mind.
Standing far left is little Nellie Cummins, later Nellie Henry. My husband, her nephew, has a copy of this photo too.Her parents were Jack and Florence (Weatherhead) Cummins and her brothers were Harold and Bob Cummins. Her husband was Roy Henry.
She lived on the corner of Ferguson and Harrison Sts. That sign was on her front fence she polished it regularly. Her garden was always immaculate. She would be mortified if she saw it now. I remember watching her back her little maroon mini over her garbage bin one day and she then drove off up to Manifold Street.
I was taught by Miss Peters I can remember she had a little stick if you hit the wrong key you got a tap with it that was in the 60’s
Yes. My sisters & I were taught by Miss Peters. I played piano for a while then learnt the piano accordion. This was in the 50’s
I will get back to you with information about my father Courtney Harrison being taught to play several instruments by Miss Peters about 1928/29. He had a Banjo Club in Camperdown and taught many to play banjo & ukulele.
Omg I forgot that lol
Ross Murrihy was this your teacher?
We lived in the unit next door to her when we were first married she was a nice lady