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FIXTURES ARRANGED NEXT WEEK.

FIXTURES ARRANGED NEXT WEEK.

Wallyfortl Rangers v. Elphinsione tie. Ormiston P.P. v. Carberry Thistle. Prestongrange Rovers v. Inveresk Atilt. tic. Wimlassilay—Howard Cup Semi-Final. Ormiston F.P. v. Kink. + + ■lO-WEEK AMATEURS. Dyer, right half, and Harvey, left half, of Musselburgh Co-op. Welfare, have be
12 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
LIVER AND BACON GALANTINE.

LIVER AND BACON GALANTINE.

lb. liver, 3 hard-boiled eggs. mixed spice, 1 lb. streaky rashers of bacon. 1 lemon, pepper and salt. Mletliid.—Mince the liver finely and chop half the bacon into dice. Mix with the liver and season with salt and pepper and mixed spice, if liked. Add sufficient lemon juice to m
19 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
YOUR LAUNDRY

YOUR LAUNDRY

IF YOU WANT THE BEST
19 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
"MARIGOLD"

"MARIGOLD"

GENE AUTRY in " GOLD MINE IN THE SKY " WEDNESDAY MATINEE at 2 p.m. MATINEE Thursday, at 2 p.m. CONTINUOUS Saturday from 2 p.m.
12 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
THEY CARRIED MUFFS TRIMMED

THEY CARRIED MUFFS TRIMMED

WITH SATIN. The modern collar is descended from the white linen turned down washable collar which Cromwell's Roundheads wore over their black coats. The business man's spats are derived from " spatterdashes," a long gaiter or legging worn first in the 17th century to protect the
12 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 

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NOT CHEAP NOTEPAPER

NOT CHEAP NOTEPAPER

GOOD NOTEPAPER CHEAP. SPECIAL OFFER TWO COMPENDIUMS FOR 1 /3. Paper and Envelopes to Match—in Two Artistic Shades. GET YOURS NOW. WARWICK & SONS LTD., TOWER STREET : : PORTOSELL
12 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
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12 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
BEWARE LADDERS.

BEWARE LADDERS.

How annoying it is when one's very best and flimsiest stockings catch on a slight roughness in the wood when taking them out of the drawer. Yet even the most carefully made drawers seem to develop tiny splinters at times. A good way to avoid this mishap is to keep silk stockings
05 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
WHY NOT KEEP BEES?

WHY NOT KEEP BEES?

AND ADO TO THE NATION'S FOOO SUPPLY. Should we, unfortunately, be involved in a war in the near future, sugar will be rationed at once. It is, however, worth remembering that before the introduction of cane sugar to this country honey was the normal sweetening agent in use and a
05 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
LEAVING ST MARY'S CATHEDRAL

LEAVING ST MARY'S CATHEDRAL

The marriage of Misc Katharine Anne Hope, daughter of the late Lieut.-Colonel Sir John Hope, Bart., and of the Hon. Lady Hope, of Pinkie House. Musselburgh. and I)onoughmore, North Berwick. with Mr Raymond Davis. son of Mr and Mrs Carl Davis, Fryern. Storrington. Sussex. brought
05 May 1939 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland