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'-/ERTS PICTORIAL

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June 23, 1925 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Girls in Motor Cyclists' Arms. S.. Page 2.

Girls in Motor Cyclists' Arms. S.. Page 2.

June 23, 1925 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
CANADA'S BUDGET.

CANADA'S BUDGET.

Financial Prospects None Too Rosy. OTTAWA. Monday night.—The Finance Minister iu his Audi/et speech. announced a mantle of 432 million dolma, which was an increase of 123 million dollars, and exceeded the expenditure by 12 million dol tars. lie predicted a heavy decline in reven
May 10, 1921 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
PROPORTY FOR SALE OR PUIIONAIL

PROPORTY FOR SALE OR PUIIONAIL

I,NOR &.IX. VILLA RI.IIIDINCI2. near' Peoples Park; wish immediate possession; bedrooms. bathroom. 2 recce. rooms. kitchen and scullery: 2 w.c.'s• electric light and a. —Write Bon 41 6. FRC:WILD UL' or sale , with business. n roa d Earl: possession.--Waste Boa 9997. FREEHOLD DWI
May 10, 1921 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
TIN PAN ALLEY.

TIN PAN ALLEY.

This Fox photoplay is adapted front the story by Wm. C. Lengel, and Is Just the type of play that attracts by its novelty Auld human interest. Albert Bay as Tommy Breen, and Elinor Fair us June Norton, are the principals. Poor Tommy Breen has been miscast iu life, for he is work
May 10, 1921 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
A BIG BROCCOLI.

A BIG BROCCOLI.

Mr. Thomas Frost, of 374. Round tircen, is well to Luton gardener. by reason of the monster lie raises from time to time at liie allotment in Colin Iliad. His latest Mllcee a. now to be seen growing in his allotment garden, is a giant Mont Blanc broccoli iiietu4urieg aft. 2in. r
May 10, 1921 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
MAY QUEENS CROWNED. Saturday's Events at Hitchin Road and Christ Church Schools. Another pretty event took place at' Hitchive n.

MAY QUEENS CROWNED. Saturday's Events at Hitchin Road and Christ Church Schools. Another pretty event took place at' Hitchive n.

-Saturday Girls' School of afternoon, when the scholars crowned their Ma y Queen. There was a large attendance in the school, and, unfortuuatelv, the weather. prevented outdoor festivities. Among the' visitors were the Rev. D, A. Jaquet, Mrs. Mahon, Mr. T. Knight, and Mr. and Mr
May 10, 1921 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
GORDON STREET COUNTY ELECTRIC PAVILION. OPEN 5.34 to 11.11. TONIGHT-- THURSDAY NUM-- For Three Days only. The famous London Stage

GORDON STREET COUNTY ELECTRIC PAVILION. OPEN 5.34 to 11.11. TONIGHT-- THURSDAY NUM-- For Three Days only. The famous London Stage

success:—. A magnificent sereen version of Raphael Sabatini's Novel: HIS HOUSE IN THE TAVERN KNIGHT ORDER THE SON 01F Featuring ELSIE FERGUSON. TARZAN E pisode to. DARE-DEVIL JACK FATTY'S ANTJQUE SNIDE. 7. SPECIAL PIROGRAPJIMIE MN/AT AND TUESDAY NEXT, AT 2 PAS.
May 10, 1921 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
HUGE WHIST DRIVE FOR HITCHIN HOSPITAL : A LAST PAINTING.

HUGE WHIST DRIVE FOR HITCHIN HOSPITAL : A LAST PAINTING.

Above is a reproduction of what Is believed to be the nater• Mrs. P. IT. Devitt presenting Mrs. Craswell with a canteen of cutlery tlr. H. E. Barker, president of the club, colour painting by Miss Margaret Thompson, who 7 away a4';, for the top score in the room-131. Two other l
February 5, 1929 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
SALC.O.K.

SALC.O.K.

Organised on behalf of the Scout Fund, a well-attended dance was held at the Town Hall on Thursday, Mr. A. W. Blanks officiating as M.C. Music was supplied by Hobart's orchestra. and refreshments were dispensed by the ladies' committee attached to the Troop. Thr hall had been ta
February 5, 1929 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England