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The NEW Picture House, DISS Phone 154. MATINEESTUESDAYS at 2.30. FRIDAYS at 2.0. western on DI Electric Phone 154. TWICE

The NEW Picture House, DISS Phone 154. MATINEESTUESDAYS at 2.30. FRIDAYS at 2.0. western on DI Electric Phone 154. TWICE

NIGHTLY, 6.0 & 8.25. Usual Prices. Mon., Tues., Wed., July 10, 11, 12 Joan Crawford, Melvyn Douglas and Margaret Sullavan in
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
NORFOLK AND SL’FFOLK JOURNAL AND DISS EXPRESS FRIDAY. JULY .th. 1939. GARBOLDISHAM v BOTESDALE

NORFOLK AND SL’FFOLK JOURNAL AND DISS EXPRESS FRIDAY. JULY .th. 1939. GARBOLDISHAM v BOTESDALE

NORFOLK AND JOURNAL AND DISS EXPRESS FRIDAY. JULY .th. 1939. GARBOLDISHAM BOTESDALE Played at Garboldisham on Saturday The start of play wa? delayed for some time by rain. and a wet and slippery ball made bowling and fielding difficult. By enterprising batting. Garboldisham. who
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FRAMLINGHAM

FRAMLINGHAM

Alt STRIKES TELEGRAPH POLE. A collision occurred at Framlingham on j Sunday at about 4.15 p.m . when a car struck a telegraph pole at the White Post Cornei, Dennington Road. It appears that Herbert William Catchpole, farmer, of Woodbine Villa. Reydon, was driving his saloon car
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Framlingham Cr

Framlingham Cr

07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LATE MR. C. H. MARK. THORPE ABBOTTS. MELLIS

LATE MR. C. H. MARK. THORPE ABBOTTS. MELLIS

WOMEN’S INSTITUTE. The monthly meeting of the Women's Institute was held in Mrs. Gill's garden, when she kindly entertained the members to tea. Over thirty were present and a very pleasant time was spent. Mr. Claxton gave an amusing and instructive talk on the Suffolk dialect an
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
DANCE.

DANCE.

Under the auspices of the Junior Imperial League dance was held in the Heywood Road Clubroom on Saturday. The music was provided by Punchard’s Novelty Quintette (this being their first appearance in Diss, whilst Mr. Dyball carried out the duties of M.C. Mr R. Coxall acted as doo
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
BOWLS

BOWLS

GISSING v THELVETON Played at Gissing on Wednesday, resulting in a win for Gissing by four points. Detail? (home team names first): W Turner. A. Cotton and G. E Corbyn 15 W. Farrington, A. Cole and F. Murch 15; E. Rivett. G. Huggins and W. Yarham 15. W. Sargent. A. Knight and W
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LIMITED

LIMITED

Express Office, Diss. ’Phone; DISS 47.
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WORTHAM FOOTBALL CLI B MEKTIM

WORTHAM FOOTBALL CLI B MEKTIM

WORTHAM FOOTBALL CLI B At the annual meeting of the Wortham Football Club held at the Dolphin Inn Friday evening, the chairman (Mr. F. Munford) presiding. Mr. George Dack who had been hon. secretary of the Club for many years, resigned the office. The accounts were submitted by M
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
OUTING No Lights On Cycles.

OUTING No Lights On Cycles.

OUTING Lights On Cycles. Gordon Chenery, Blue Tiles Cottage. Dennington. an agricultural labourer, was fined 6d and 8d costs for riding a bicycle without the obligatory lights at Laxfield, on May 27th. Defendant sent a letter of apology for absence. P.c. Bird (Laxfield) proved th
07 July 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England