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A.R.P.’S 8-HOUR SHIFT

A.R.P.’S 8-HOUR SHIFT

The local A.R.P. wardens who are full-time duty have had their working week reduced to an 8-hour shift; this commenced on Monday. It has been arranged to enable the wardens to take classes of lour hours per day for certain period. We understand that, after the course Is complete
06 October 1939 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BdlshiU Alhambra

BdlshiU Alhambra

The attraction at this theatre on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday is Thoroughbreds Don’t Cry.” Mickey Rooney has the star role in this melodrama. Rhythm, sweet, haunting and insistent; Infectious song hits by Gordon and Revel; lovely girls; parade of personalities headed by Alice
06 October 1939 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PRIVATE LOANS

PRIVATE LOANS

£5 UPWARDS
06 October 1939 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MOSSEND L.M.S. AMBULANCE

MOSSEND L.M.S. AMBULANCE

HALL at MOSSEND LM.B. 1 STATION will be OPEN at 3 p.m.. October S, for Enrolment of First-Aid Pupils. The First Lecture will be held on Oct. 15. at 3 p.m.. by Dr L. Mann. Further information can be had on enquiry. I. GRAHAM, Secretary.
06 October 1939 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
)r his den amiliar fa> From his loving wife and sister-in-law DOE Ijoving Memi Father. Robert Doe. called away on

)r his den amiliar fa> From his loving wife and sister-in-law DOE Ijoving Memi Father. Robert Doe. called away on

October FVom his loving daughters; also son in-law' and grandchildren. Chelmsfor London and Cornwall. GOODfcjRHAM. In Loving Memory FrtMlerick. dear Husband and Dad. wh died Octobe r 16th. 1937. Loving wife and daughter Alice. HAMMOND In Loving Ann»» Hammond, wh October 24Lh. 19
20 October 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
GRAND DANCE will be held at the J.I.L. CLUBROOM, H £ o w a °d? d DISS To-morrow, Saturday, Oct.

GRAND DANCE will be held at the J.I.L. CLUBROOM, H £ o w a °d? d DISS To-morrow, Saturday, Oct.

21st. RAY WYLIE and his BAND 7_30 to 10 p.m. Admission 9d
20 October 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WHIST DRIVES.

WHIST DRIVES.

The first whist drive of the season the Hut was well patronised. Mr. W. Newcombe, who is arranging the drives, acted as M.C.. and Miss E Pulham presented the prizes to the following ladies. 1 C. Pulham playing as lady*. 2 Miss M V. Walne. cont Miss Ransome: gentlemen. 1 Meadows,
20 October 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
looks at the present stat

looks at the present stat

So far Germany ha*« suffered losses out of all proportion to anything she has gained, even if she were allowed to retain her stolen property in Poland. The traditional hopes of German militarism in the East have been abandoned and Ludendorff must be turning in his grave. It is h
20 October 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Miss Pauli thank memb for the eva

Miss Pauli thank memb for the eva

Mr. Munroe proposed that the rents to WOMEN’S INSTITUTE. charged for allotments should 6- The monthly meeting of the I annually to all tenants of the common institute was held at the Parish Hall on j allotments, who are responsible for the Tuesday. Mrs. \V. Hurren presiding. Mrs
20 October 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Michaelmas Sales

Michaelmas Sales

Old Hall Farm, ynu rston. S. Thos. Wm. Gaze & Son conducted a sale of the live and dead stock of Mr. Benjamin Stanford at the Old Hall Farm. Reymerston. Thursday. There was a large company, and keen bidding. Top prices were; May mare £4O 19s. ditto £34 2s 6d black ditto £32 11s.
20 October 1939 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England