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"THOUGHT SHE WAS A CYCLIST"

"THOUGHT SHE WAS A CYCLIST"

In evidence defendant stated that the girl did not wave the lamp or try to atop him. She was close to the grass verge and he mistook her for a cyclist. In reply to the Superintendent. defendant he a - as using only his sidegave: him a visibility of a few yards.
24 February 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
DEATH OF MR. 0. STREET

DEATH OF MR. 0. STREET

The death occurred at his home on Tug May evening of Mr. Geoffrey Street. of 12, Swan lane, Evesham. Aged 58. he was a native of Evesham and married a Ifiss Mary Jane Knight, of Evesham, 37 scars ago. Mr. Street. a market gardener, had been in failing health for some years. He i
24 February 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
Evesham Standard Berrow's Worcester Journal Inoorporatinx Worcate•-• - Ire Adve►tloa Stourport News Droitwich Guardian Malvern Gazette Ledbury Reporter Kidderminster Times

Evesham Standard Berrow's Worcester Journal Inoorporatinx Worcate•-• - Ire Adve►tloa Stourport News Droitwich Guardian Malvern Gazette Ledbury Reporter Kidderminster Times

COMBINED SYSTEM of Advertising. SEVEN NEWSPAPERS At One Inclusive Charge. At the following Prepaid Scale classified advertisements are ir.scrtcd in Seven rspapars at the cost et one. Each jo f a separate and distinct production covering its circulation area without overlapping.
24 February 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
GOING ASTRAY

GOING ASTRAY

Harry. the grocer. had had a very good night at the lodge. although. in th:i words of many people, was not to a very good condition. The story goes that after leaving the merry hostel and his many friends—for Harry is very popular —he took the wrong street. the wrong passage, th
27 July 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
ECKINGTON

ECKINGTON

CANNING AND JAM MAKING. A start has been made at the local canning centre of the Eckington Women's Institute. with three dozen tins of varied fruit, and 50 pounds of Jam. In some village: in the Pershore Rural District this laud. able entemnse among Institutes has been held up f
27 July 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 

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FLADBURY

FLADBURY

PARISH COUNCIL. A meeting of Fladbtiry Pariah Council was held in the Schools on Tuesday. Present: Messrs. John Rayson iChairmani. 8. Woodward, 0. K. Stephens. 0. E. Farr. J. Stephenson. A. Rogers and W. Woodward (Clerk'. Arising out of the minutes. the question of street lighti
27 July 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
PRIZEWINNERS

PRIZEWINNERS

Prizewinners were: Champion class: Yorkshires R. H Summers 1, 3 and 4. P. Manders 2: Horde's, R H. Summers 1. 2. 4. D. 0 Parker 3 and highly commended. P. Manders v.h.c.. and F. W. Waite c.: Br.tish Mule or Hybrid. P. Manders 1 and 2. Budgerigars (green). P. Manders I. 2, 3. 4.
27 July 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
THE EVESHAM STANDARD

THE EVESHAM STANDARD

RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF TIN CONTAINERS Saving of 50,000 Tons a Year A Ministry of Supply Order. issued Tuesday. prohibits the use of tin containers for face powders. shaving sticks. cigarettes. boiled sweets. cocoa and many other products. Soups, fruit, vegetables. condensed milk
27 July 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
THERE'S WAR EFFORT IN A SALAD!

THERE'S WAR EFFORT IN A SALAD!

secret of good health and are home So that when you serve salads, you are not only making good use of a tiny part of the nation's war effort but you are building up your family's health steadily, and so adding a little bit more to that effort yourself. Salad vegetables have, in
27 July 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
REPORTED KILLED

REPORTED KILLED

Gunner Charles Mumford, of Pershore Gunner Charles Mumford. of Churchstreet, Pershore, who has been officially reported killed He was a reservist in the Royal Artillery, and his aotive service had included six years in India. Gunner Mumford's father was killed in the Great War.
27 July 1940 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England