Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 734,326 articles

BIRTHDAY CAKE

BIRTHDAY CAKE

designed by KitcDen Central Buildings, OFFICER SAYS HE RECEIVED NO PAY ALLEGATION AT KINGSTON COUNTY COURT Mr. E. Grant Edwards, formerly of • hley-road. Walton, who appeared K.ngston County Court on Tuesday in erswer to judgment summons for £4 arrears under court order, said to
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
11111*11111 ilium

11111*11111 ilium

TO-DAY—JEANETTE MacDONALD & NELSON EDDY in SWEETS®* (tJ)' Co’ntim'!oue lLY IWAENEB in CHARLIE CHAN IN 5.30—10.45. JANE WITHERS in THIS IS THE LIFE (U). 2—10.45. THUES., 27th Jl cobdon JION., 24th JULY —For 3 Days. Continuou MICKEY ROONEY in THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN tI2
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
9'6

9'6

• ENGLISH LEADLESS PEWTER FRAME HAND HAMMERED FINISH • FITTED GENUINE PYREX DISH Ground Floor • USUALLY 14/4
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
(Continued from previous column)

(Continued from previous column)

plaint; the police had looked In them and made no complaints. Another M.C., Mr. J. Vincent, said he had never, had any trouble, and had gone home after the dances at 12.15 a.m. and not heard a sound outside the club. He added that the profit on the dances in the past six months
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
Widays

Widays

this doctor says ; n j ne months' hard a,tle thoroughly run down, / had a glass of V / eac night before going to end of my ten days' jelt ready for duty again." V,. M.B. V d Let ’sail have a Guinness . our holidays. Partly hot 0 lnn ess is so obviously right . «ff . . strenuous
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
“MUSTARD GAS” AT EFFINGHAM

“MUSTARD GAS” AT EFFINGHAM

A “fire” with no casualties occurred at Fetcham, and then news was received of a “gas bomb” at strathcona-avenue, Effingham, where the decontamination unit showed how to deal with mustard gas. Notices were erected warning people of the danger of the “gas,” and the squad soon got
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
LADIES’ DOUBLES, HANDICAP

LADIES’ DOUBLES, HANDICAP

Preliminary round : Miss M. Smyth and Miss Creagh (plus 15.3) beat Miss G. Hicks and M. Carter (plus 15) 3—6. 6—2, 6—3; Miss Hollingsworth and Miss Loyd (plus 2.6) beat Miss Fee-Smith and Miss Horsfield (plus 3.6) 6—l, 6—3. First round: Miss Hawkings and Miss Romanes (plus 3.6)
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE CHARGE

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE CHARGE

WOMAN FOUND NEAR GAS OVEN A smartly-dressed married woman, Marjory Agnes Seymour. (29), of Bamboola, Riverside-drive, Chertsey-lane, Staines, was charged at Chertsey Police Court on Wednesday with attempting to take her own life on July 17th. P.S. Backshell said on July 17th he
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
BROOK WOOD v. THE SORBO

BROOK WOOD v. THE SORBO

Brookwood. at home on Saturday, beat the Sorbo, with the scores: 168 for six wickets declared (Wallis 57. S. White 33, Cherrel) 21, Oliver 18. Wells 14); Sorbo 44 (Courtney 10). , , „ Brookwood. —Monk c Mac Kenna Courtney 4; Wallis Ibw b Dury 57; Wells Connett 14; Oliver c Chees
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
FORTY IN ONE OVER

FORTY IN ONE OVER

Hard hitting fame has been gained by W. G. Seabrook Peper Harow. Playing against Leatherhead II he scored 40 in the last over, and finished undefeated with 59. There were eight deliveries per over, and his hits in the final one were 2. 4,6, 6, 6. 6,4, 6. Leatherhead II scored 14
22 July 1939 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England