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baby owls

baby owls

T WO lives were at stake. Only a spot of quick thinking by the three Woodcock children—Tom, 14, Peter, 11, and Thelma. s—could save them. Rowdies in the wood had found seven owlets in a nest and five had already been stoned to death when the Woodcocks came along.
July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
They pleaded for the other two owlets, but. the rowdies weren't interested, until Tom had an idea. He whispered 'to Peter and Thelma. They handed their small packets to him, he put them with his own, and announced

They pleaded for the other two owlets, but. the rowdies weren't interested, until Tom had an idea. He whispered 'to Peter and Thelma. They handed their small packets to him, he put them with his own, and announced

"We'll trade oar sweets for the lives of the owlets." The owlets were saved. After nursing in the Woodcocks's garden at Hildersrood. Leicester, the owlets are now tame playmates of the children. Despite their growing fondness for them. Tom. Peter. and Thelma have decided to let
July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IAILY MIRROR, JULY 20, 1949

IAILY MIRROR, JULY 20, 1949

July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOUR-I.AR

FOUR-I.AR

FOUR-I . AR They're pupils at the Stewart-street Junior Sehool, Birmingh a asand they are expressing joy. Their school is enclosed on three sides by !setortes; Ali the suaroundings are ugly. But since headmaster A. L. Stone took over in 194* the 240, boys and girls have bees enco
July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Aikvenbees E You're really missing something if you miss

Aikvenbees E You're really missing something if you miss

July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Page 8

July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Case of Pins-and-

A Case of Pins-and-

pOR T Y winks after lunch in the garden chair, with your arm Needles wedged and your legs dangling, and you're likely i N organic disease, the to wake with a fine attack pins - and - needles is of pins -and-needles which more likely to affect one lasts until the circulation 11 m
July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
To J. K., GOSPORT.--So you listened to an o ther girl's lying gossip and threw over a decent chap. And

To J. K., GOSPORT.--So you listened to an o ther girl's lying gossip and threw over a decent chap. And

now you want him bask. Better write and explain everything. Including your own foolishness. If he doesn't reply—you're only getting what you deserve. I've no patience with folk who listen. to tales and don't give the person concerned a chance to deny or explain. To J. B. A. HUDD
July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Wednesday, July 20, 194 FIE DAILY MIRROR FOUR i AR

Wednesday, July 20, 194 FIE DAILY MIRROR FOUR i AR

July 20, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England