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FRIDAY, 3rd NOVEMBER, OLD KIRK WEDDING -Miss Isabella Stewart §« SmfeUie, eldest daughter of and 'Mrs Wm. Smellie, 31 Sooth

FRIDAY, 3rd NOVEMBER, OLD KIRK WEDDING -Miss Isabella Stewart §« SmfeUie, eldest daughter of and 'Mrs Wm. Smellie, 31 Sooth

Street, was mar .led to Leading Seaman David Gordon RitdSe R.N., eldest son Mr and Mr, William Ritchie, 49 Whitecrook Street.. Clydebai k, on Saturday in Bo'neoS Old tick- * Being member of old wellknown Bo’ness family, her weddi.ig was witnessed- by a fargg congregation friends
03 November 1944 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
MAJESTIC,

MAJESTIC,

A picture that will capture the •motions of all The Deetroyer Utarrinv Edward <l. Rohineoa. Also Booth in the Nisht with the Three Stooires.
24 November 1944 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
Cold!

Cold!

Thousands of colds, caught the start, have vanished overnight treated with Phensic. Many thousands more as the result of Phensic have run mild course for a day or two—leaving the sufferer none the worse, entirely free from after-effects. If you have never tried Phensic, well—NOW
24 November 1944 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
£144 0 11

£144 0 11

Home Guard Final Parade SUNDAY 3rd DECEMBER, 1944. The final ceremonial parade of the 28th Lancs, Bn. Home Guard is orcanised in two phases. !. COMPANY PARADES. and Coys. March jMist the Mayor Colne at Town Hall, Colne. Parade Coy. H.Q. at 13.30 hrs. ••E” and Coys. March past th
24 November 1944 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
The Lines . behind the Lines Government factories alone require 7,000 special trains a week for their people. Workmen’s tickets

The Lines . behind the Lines Government factories alone require 7,000 special trains a week for their people. Workmen’s tickets

are issued for 385,000,000 journeys each year. One war factory needs 58 trains day for its workers. That is just a glimpse of railway help to war production. RAILWAY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
24 November 1944 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 

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UNDERSTANDING We do offer a genuine standing far alt needs talning to our When are called nothing is loft to

chance. All the arrangements are carefully noted and our personal service offered to aN. Nelson 777 or M. ALBERT RD., COLNE. T«L Colne 500 LUNE ST., COLNE. TeL Colne 4SB The Helliwell Funeral Service BRADLEY FOLD, NELSON (of
24 November 1944 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
WE CLAWED OUR WAY TO FREEDOM

WE CLAWED OUR WAY TO FREEDOM

I could now talk to Dickie and asked him the time. “Niwor mind the time. Jack, dust tha. knaa the day?” I said “Aye, and I’m garmin’ to Sunderland football match.” How was I to know it was Saturday night. At last a hole two foot wide was made. Herbie crouched down and clawed his
13 November 1944 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
That was promised by Marshal Stalin in one of his rare public speeches, made last night at a meeting to mark the 27th anniversary of the Soviet Union.

That was promised by Marshal Stalin in one of his rare public speeches, made last night at a meeting to mark the 27th anniversary of the Soviet Union.

Ruhr town gets worst bombing SHORTLY before six o’clock last night R.A.F. bombers, apparently in some strength, were heard flying out across the Strait over a South-East Coast town. Earlier in the day Gelsenkirchen had its heaviest attack of the war by more than 700 Halifaxes an
07 November 1944 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BRIGHTON. Cont. from 5, Mon and Sat. from 2.30. BERNARD MILES, ROSAMUND JOHN, TAWNY PIPIT (U). At; 3.25 ; 5.50

BRIGHTON. Cont. from 5, Mon and Sat. from 2.30. BERNARD MILES, ROSAMUND JOHN, TAWNY PIPIT (U). At; 3.25 ; 5.50

: 8.30.
07 November 1944 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England