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MORE THAN HALF HOW PLUMP FOR PERSI

MORE THAN HALF HOW PLUMP FOR PERSI

Millions of women. know wtiat millions other women knew but it took soap-rationing make them discover Some used to think all talk about Persil wasl whltce was just adverti' Then came soap-rat ioninit take what their keeper had. Sometimes thing.sometimes ano Sometimes Persii. The
29 July 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
Warwick Adverti»er West gale Work*, Warwick 555. EatablisHcd 1806. 1 RIDAY. JULY 29ih. 1919 “Dead-End Kids” of Emscote must l.eeu

Warwick Adverti»er West gale Work*, Warwick 555. EatablisHcd 1806. 1 RIDAY. JULY 29ih. 1919 “Dead-End Kids” of Emscote must l.eeu

(UsapiJiiintad b.v ''ic amm.luni ' i vi mar the -U hrte U. -we the mferSs olcl.ild.en ~, both Leaminetons approa.l. sn.ee the I loiwfia "Sn space would provide m.ichneeded amenities for MiUeilon clnldm. and also cater tor the needs hS child population in the cast ' l At pi'esc™t
29 July 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
School Journey

School Journey

TOrtv-one boys of Warwick Upper IV.A spent Mv „ i ne w Thepartr«^^- Mr C P. Burton and Mr J. Swmdlehrrtt. .,,,i „. effir Bristol Vo-tn Club. This was the first school journey ever muoe Warwick School. The oarty visited - v»orge. Both. chocolate factory. At Bath they were officia
20 May 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTIOII

SALES BY AUCTIOII

SALES AUCTIOII Direction A R. Goldworttiy. Bn- LOT 1- KNOWLE. (Midway between Knowle «nd DorridgeL The excellent double fronted FREEHOLD RESIDENCE known as - ASHFIELD." 213. STATION ROAD. KNOWLF. containing:— Entrance Hall. Lounge, pud"* Room. Six Bedrooms. Bathroom, separate W C
20 May 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
WARWICK AND WARWICKSHIRE ADVERTISER, FRIDAY, MAY 21, W»

WARWICK AND WARWICKSHIRE ADVERTISER, FRIDAY, MAY 21, W»

20 May 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
BY AUCTION

BY AUCTION

20 May 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
C'catfis

C'catfis

ANKER—On 14th May. 1949. at 26. Chapel Street. Warwick. Arthur, beloved father of Arthur, Alice and Clarice, passed peacefully away, aged 8i) years ANKER -On May 14th. 1949, at 26. Chapel Street. Warwick. Arthur, brother Ernest Anker, passed peacefully away in his 81st year. Rem
20 May 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
3n (ntcmcriam

3n (ntcmcriam

(ntcmcriam ALLCOCK «Sarah).—ln iwuig 1 Mother, who parsed away May 21*. 1946. God's greatest giU. resnembmr.ee. From her tov.ng *on Ern, ds»aghter-m--law E"s and £r;c. COODFELLOW—In loving memory dear husband Wuham tJa.nbo), who passed away May 18th. 11*48. -too good »n U.e to be
20 May 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
STUD NOTICES

STUD NOTICES

The Thoroughbred Premium Stallion. ’* HUSTLE-BUSTLE " travelling the KINETON route fol-OW, MONDAY —Leave Mo ret Morre’l vift Lighthorne. Chesterton. Harbury. Soul ham. Ladbroke c Ladbroltc Hall Stable* for the nitthU TUESDAY —Leave Ladbroke vft Chapel Ascote. Fenny Compton. Bart
20 May 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
aPAMIMBNIS WANTED

aPAMIMBNIS WANTED

CCOMMODATION required /m. single girl working In Leeminclon. Out midday meal, —Apply. Box 1758, •* Advertiser " Office. Warwick. . BOARD Lodgings required two working girls. Would sharo room. No midday meal required. prefixed.—Apply. Box 1759, Advertiser Office. Warwick. GENTLEM
20 May 1949 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England