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ILMAI HERALD AND Four Ways With Sausages Sausages have become an even greater standby for the household in wartime than

ILMAI HERALD AND Four Ways With Sausages Sausages have become an even greater standby for the household in wartime than

in the piping days of peace. When the meat ration for the week is finished, most housewives plan for at least one sausage meal. It is good news therefore that both beef and pork sausages and sausage meat are to be made a really worth while food by the addition of soya and by the
11 June 1943 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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04 June 1943 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
IRVINE. STADIUM - - - -. 2.45 TOWNHEAD - - - 8.43

IRVINE. STADIUM - - - -. 2.45 TOWNHEAD - - - 8.43

04 June 1943 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
PERSONAL. Men Old at 40 1 Be as young as you were at 25. Oystrax Brand Tonic Tabbless contain revitalisers,

PERSONAL. Men Old at 40 1 Be as young as you were at 25. Oystrax Brand Tonic Tabbless contain revitalisers,

tonics, stimulants Vitamin 81, iron, calcium, phosphorous. First dose starts new life, pep, vim, strength At all Chemists--only 1/9 (plus Purchase Tax)
04 June 1943 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 

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AGIICULTUP2 SAVE TRACTOR FUEL..

AGIICULTUP2 SAVE TRACTOR FUEL..

leeks to to.wet the both Rate Mica. Seoittry au- tbothies the use °Rodeo 1/3 , 1 9' Use choke col d . . ,- f Cool running wastes • fuel and spoils the engine lubricating oil. - Use the blind. Baton of radiator should be I too hot to touch. k . . to speed the tam - ks RODE Why ke
09 June 1943 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
00ALTOWN OF WEllYill.

00ALTOWN OF WEllYill.

Iran - Wiiiesa."—Alai. Rollo, KAI', Lochhead • Crescent, Coaltown of Wemyss, is the first lad from the village to get his wings.- His great-grandmother resides in West Wemysa. W.V.S. AND A.R.P. "Writes" Wear. —The W.V.S. and A.R.P. personnel held a most enjoyable whist drive and
09 June 1943 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
FRUIT PRESERVING BY SCHOOLS.

FRUIT PRESERVING BY SCHOOLS.

Sugar Permits To Si (trained. "Vitra" lam "Oft the Ration." Permits for the purchase of sugar (not exceeding four lbs. per child), are to be granted during the 190 fruit season to enable schools to preserve fruit grown by them, given to them, or picked wild by pupils. A Scottish
09 June 1943 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
THE KNOWLEDGEABLE HOSTESS.

THE KNOWLEDGEABLE HOSTESS.

ECONOMY ENTERTAINING. From • Correspondent. British wines are becoming very scarce, owing to the restrictions imposed on their production, but the wise hostass buys them when she can and puts them away until the importance of some occasion warrants their seeing the light of day.
09 June 1943 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
IgirANTED, Girl 14, Shop Behil'Dist Moo. oz 82 Mail smart Girl, with asperiince _preferred.— Foster News. and Buckharen. WAN'TDD, for

IgirANTED, Girl 14, Shop Behil'Dist Moo. oz 82 Mail smart Girl, with asperiince _preferred.— Foster News. and Buckharen. WAN'TDD, for

Innerloran East Church, Church Mae. or Woman to clean. —Applications to Rev. Thomson Williamson. Manse, McDonald 'knot, Methil. 'WANTED, Csahier for Pay Box at Landis* fAnks Bowling Green and Tem nis Court' etc., for next three months. by Lotter, stating Th. Secretary, B.L. Bant
09 June 1943 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland