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and received fine service from Dawson. Their pack worked hard against one which at times pushed with great vigour, and

and received fine service from Dawson. Their pack worked hard against one which at times pushed with great vigour, and

outstanding were Watt, Hill, Cameron, and Just, while the others were quick at following up. It was an interesting game, and one liked the fine sporting spirit shown by both teams. The Bell-Baxter 2nd XV. were beaten at Cupar by 24 points to nil. The game was very scrappy, both
25 October 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
THE FIFE HERALD AND JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1939.

THE FIFE HERALD AND JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1939.

25 October 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

MILLER. At Drumdreel Cottages, Strathmiglo, on 19th October, Catherine Howie, widow of William Miller, aged 64. 30 Norm-anview, Leuchars (the residence of her son, David), on 23rd October, Isabella Burt, aged 77 years, widow of James Burt, fireman of Guard Bridge Paper MiHs., ST
25 October 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
CHARGES MODERATE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE

CHARGES MODERATE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE

The telephone number of the “The Herald and Journal” is 2206.
25 October 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
COfILS

COfILS

01 February 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
’PHONE 3140

’PHONE 3140

CUPAR LAUNDRY Gives You Satisfaction DRYCLEANING and Service :: IT IS DONE IN CUPAR IT IS DONE BETTER IT KEEPS CLEAN LONGER IT SAVES TIME IT GIVES LOCAL EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY CUPAR LAUNDRY, LIMITED RIGGS PLACE Telephone 3286 CUPAR
01 February 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
OF FOOTWEAR

OF FOOTWEAR

This is your chance to renew your Footwear —and the Family’s too—without a strain on your purse. All goods are our usual dependable quality Footwear and if you buy now you will save some useful cash. - IT’S WISE TO BUY NOW AT THE “DE” SALE [DUNDEE EQUITABLE SHOE SALE| 32 CROSSGA
01 February 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
EDUCATION, 3d PER WEEK

EDUCATION, 3d PER WEEK

In those days, he continued, education was not free. In his school the pupils had to pay threepence a week, and provide all their own books, pencils, and so on. The children were examined individually by His Majesty’s Inspector, and grant was paid according to the success of the
01 February 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
I PATRICK THONSQNI tesn N 3

I PATRICK THONSQNI tesn N 3

I PATRICK THONSQNI tesn N They were still a marketing' town. If they started industry, a day would come when they would have to set the limit to the size, and it was that period that was difficult. If anyone could tell him how to get the people badk to the land he would be infini
01 February 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
You need YEASTREL— the delicious Savoury, rich in Vitamins B, those easily digested natural phosphates and proteins which are so

You need YEASTREL— the delicious Savoury, rich in Vitamins B, those easily digested natural phosphates and proteins which are so

indispensable to health of nerves and digestion. YEASTREL vitalises soups, stews and savouries. Mixed sparingly with butter it makes an Ppctizmg sandwich spread. With h*t milk ■VHASTREL is a powerful tonic—ideal for stimulating jaded appetites* Sold in hygienic jars at leading s
01 February 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland