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V ACANCY for lady and gent. boarder V Conisborough. Modern conveniences. —Write Box C 2185 Times Office, Mexborough.

V ACANCY for lady and gent. boarder V Conisborough. Modern conveniences. —Write Box C 2185 Times Office, Mexborough.

October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
SCOTT—Suddenly at Mossgill, Lower Church Street, Mexborough, on October . 24th, Walter, the beloved husband of Elisabeth Scott, born and

SCOTT—Suddenly at Mossgill, Lower Church Street, Mexborough, on October . 24th, Walter, the beloved husband of Elisabeth Scott, born and

resided in Mexborough. Aged 85 years. Interment Mexborough, Monday, October 28th. Residence 2 p.m., Cemetery 2.30. The only intimation. Re-united. C 2229
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
BAKEZ—On 19th Oct., 1940, at 21, Rossington Street, Denaby, Joseph Wilkes Baker, aged 77 years. 1117 GILL—On 20th Oct., 1940,

BAKEZ—On 19th Oct., 1940, at 21, Rossington Street, Denaby, Joseph Wilkes Baker, aged 77 years. 1117 GILL—On 20th Oct., 1940,

at 15, Queen's Terrace, Mexborough, John Hugill, aged 58 years. RELLIWELL—On 21st Oct., 1940, at 6, Strafforth Terrace, Denaby, Mary Ann Ellen Helliwell, aged 65 years. MARSDEN—On 17th Oct., 1940, at 82, Brunswick Street, Thurnscoe, Hilda Marsden, aged 44 years. MYERS—On 18th Oc
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
GRATTON—In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Samuel Gratton, who died October 28th, 1939. If love and care

GRATTON—In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Samuel Gratton, who died October 28th, 1939. If love and care

could have let him stay, We would have had him here with us to-day. From sorroVing Wife and Daughters, Daisy and Violet. C 2248
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
RUDSON—The family of the late Mrs. Hudson, 9, Garden Street, Thurnscoe, wish to thank Dr. Boyle for his kindness and

RUDSON—The family of the late Mrs. Hudson, 9, Garden Street, Thurnscoe, wish to thank Dr. Boyle for his kindness and

attention; also all neighbours and friends for expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received during their sad bereavement. C 2215
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
an attendant, was dressed in pale blue taffeta, and Miss Margaret Smith wore apple green lace with coatee. Each had

an attendant, was dressed in pale blue taffeta, and Miss Margaret Smith wore apple green lace with coatee. Each had

a head-dress of gold leaves and carried yellow chrysanthemums. Their gifts from the bridegroom were gold necklaces. The best man was Mr. Lawrance Lawcock, brother, and the groomsman was Mr. Ronald Lister. Pte. C. H. Rushby (Ecelestield) and Miss M. Simcox (Darnall). At Ecclesfle
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
CO-OPERATIVE CLASSES New Scope for Evening Work at Wombwell A scheme under which, subject to the approval of the West

CO-OPERATIVE CLASSES New Scope for Evening Work at Wombwell A scheme under which, subject to the approval of the West

Riding County Council, classes for cb-operative, society employees are to be run in con-1 junction with evening school education at Wombwell, was discussed at a meeting of Wombwell Education Committee • on Monday. The Headmaster ,(Mr. W. Mayhew, B.Sc.), said Coun. A. E. McVie, a
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

(100 D PRINTING for every trade and purpose. at most reasonable prices.— Times Printing Co., Ltd.. Mexborough. Akt — MONEY out of old newspapers. C)lle,t old newspaners. magazinell fro - n your friends and the • Times ' CMce. will buy them for spot cash and collect ihem.—Write "
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
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October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

GARFITT.—Mr. Harry Garfitt, of 13, Marsh Street, Wombwell, one of the district's oldest Oddfellows, and an old servant of Wombwell Main Colliery Co., died on Tuesday at the age of 67, and was interred at Wombwell Cemeter3r on Friday, the service being conducted by Mr. J. Keighle
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England