The Percy Uebergang family lived at Tooram Park, Allansford from 1912 until 1992. Percy and Myrtle Uebergang's children were twins, Ray and Joyce born in 1926 who lived at Tooram Park until their deaths, Ray in 1986 and Joyce in 1992. Neither Ray nor Joyce married and following the death of her brother Joyce set up the Ray and Joyce Uebergang Foundation which supports the local community.
This advertising mobile is part of the collection of items given into the care of the Cheese World Museum.
The van Nooten family purchased the neighbouring property Tooram from the Neale family.
Honey bee printed on card and mounted in a blue painted metal holder. On the front the bee is striped black and orange with 2 large wings and 1 small wing in white with black line detail. On the back is advertising material for Barnes honey -text and a drawing of a bee with wings folded. The metal stand has a loop at either end. The loop on one end has a piece of string tied through it to hang up the bee mobile.
Inscriptions & markings
BARNES/28 FIRST PRIZES/PURE HONEY/Awarded GRAND PRIX. Franco-British Exhibition/HONEY/HOMELL/WHOLEMEAL FLOUR/SELF-RAISING/For SCONES, BISCUITS and BREAD/FRU-ITY FLAKES/For PORRIDGE/SUNLIT/CREAM HONEY/W.J. & F. BARNES Pty Ltd/550 SWAN ST.,/BURNLEY, (printed)
JANET/VAN/NOOTEN (child's handwriting in pencil)