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THE KIRK'S ALARM.

THE KIRK'S ALARM.

Orthodox. orthodox brither preachers and folks; Let me sound an alarm tae yer conscience: There's a heretic blast frae the east and the wait Tao mak' weemen elders . . what nonsense! The weemen, in file', are noo deacons, slack! As elders they'd be a waur terror, Sae let us ha'e
14 November 1933 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
MUSINGS OF THE WEEK THE OLD AND THE NEW.

MUSINGS OF THE WEEK THE OLD AND THE NEW.

Changes, they say, are lightsome, and that reason the alterations made in tie personnel of our local Councils as a lasziA oi the elections are nut unwelcome. is not without regret that one sees an old public servant falling out, but the iniusicn of fresh blood usually brings fre
14 November 1933 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
DENTAL DEFECTIVES IN FIFE.

DENTAL DEFECTIVES IN FIFE.

Fife Public Health Committee, at Cupar on Tuesday, appointed a sub-coinname to go into the question of accommodation for mental defectives. Brig.-General J. D. Crosbie (Moo presided), said it was a very important matter. libiww Corporation had 206 out of 400 beds at Larbert Inst
14 November 1933 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
THE LEVEN ADVERTISER A'

THE LEVEN ADVERTISER A'

and Simpson. Violin solos were contributed by Miss Hope. Mrs Dunbar acted as accompanist. A report on Home Mission and Temperance work was submitted by Mrs Rankine. The committee responsible for the arrangements included :—Miss Simon, Mrs Fernte, Mrs Hunt Mrs A. Johnston.Dunsire
14 November 1933 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
00 , IT'S DABS VIRTI4DAY cWILLL. I'LL COTE MANY AND I FORGOT' ALL. A LITTLE SURPRISE, ABOUT ITS l.. ANYHOW

00 , IT'S DABS VIRTI4DAY cWILLL. I'LL COTE MANY AND I FORGOT' ALL. A LITTLE SURPRISE, ABOUT ITS l.. ANYHOW

RETURNS.VIAD. WONDER WHAT IT THE THIS A SURPRISE 4) r (-4. . --- . u A 1. , !I i 1
14 November 1933 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 

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ELIE.

ELIE.

A large congregation, including ex- Servicemen, Town Councillors, Scouts, and Guides attended a joint service in the Old Parish Church, Elie, for morning worship. The service there, and afterwards at the War Memorial. was taken by Rev. R. L. Kilgour and Rev. J. S. Hall. Wreaths
14 November 1933 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
Bee'themes C.-operetive Soeiety. Ltd. JOINERS UNDERTAKERS ORDERS taker at our Workshop or at any of our Branches. Requisites for UNDERTAKING

Bee'themes C.-operetive Soeiety. Ltd. JOINERS UNDERTAKERS ORDERS taker at our Workshop or at any of our Branches. Requisites for UNDERTAKING

pt in stock. All Orders entrusted to ua will receive careful attention. Foreman's House Address:— Mr DAVID Thorson, Fidra View, 101 Randolph Street. Buckhaven.
14 November 1933 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
LEVEN SPORTS DEPOT AND TOYL,AND STAND No. 15 SEE DEMONSTRATION OF Home Knitting XMAS TOYS and SPORTS GOODS of Every

LEVEN SPORTS DEPOT AND TOYL,AND STAND No. 15 SEE DEMONSTRATION OF Home Knitting XMAS TOYS and SPORTS GOODS of Every

Variety.
14 November 1933 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
At WADDELL'S,

At WADDELL'S,

Bank Buildings, 33 High Street, Tillicoultry. PHONE 29 Pitons 29 MR C. MELVILLE, Mar Place, ALLOA. Attends at 89 High Street (adjoining Post Office), TILLICOULTRY, TUESDAY 84 TIIURSDAY, 4 to 73 0 P.m FOR SALE. Bedroom Suite , complet e (in oak) ; practically new ; bargain ; also
14 November 1933 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

N,,%,.mber 10th. at Maeaybedw, b!ywatli. afar abort illness, Meredith, h usband of Catherine Davies. qrd R . pub!,, funeral 3.30 Tuesday for acenr. Pont-Death-Vaughan. 1 rul4-ruddv,l4 on November 12th, at lessocuir on a visit to his daughr. Dar , ' Richard Ellis, 61, Oakfleld...
14 November 1933 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales