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STIFFING TUROO

STIFFING TUROO

TUROO BROWN BREAD -4 inzwctir Ore IX M A s N o Y m a a c o her efticii Is lowered work slowed up, ,to. . altog ether. chums those • colour" di. which occur every so often. But no longer need this happen. Two tiny BA:tEN Tsblets, taken with a little water or tea, will swiftly reli
October 20, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
TWO 1111111 BY SWIM WOMB=

TWO 1111111 BY SWIM WOMB=

TWO SWIM WOMB= • tense In Division and It of the Wolverhampton Works League won their week end encounters. The Arat eleven, who visited Guys Motors, con.pletely over-ran the homeatere and only some splendid goalkeeping kept the moors down. as it wot, Shaughnessy. luckily and Onli
October 20, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
STEALING TINSEE

STEALING TINSEE

While on motor patrol, P.C. Wright saw a met e of timber, ring 7ft. in length, " shoot" over the wall of the Tanning Co., Ilatherton Street, and then saw a 10 year old bty climb over the wall. He went over and caught the boy, and then saw another tame of timber of similar length
October 20, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
STOLE FROM LANDLADY

STOLE FROM LANDLADY

Wilfred James Redfern (V), stated to be of uo fixed abode, appeared before the court for the of al trout hie laudiady on October Bth, Lily Sophia Moseley, of 17 S!afford Street, Wednesbury, smel that Redfern came to icr house two days before as her lodger on the recommendation o
October 20, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
LIVINC CARCO

LIVINC CARCO

To the Editor of We •• S.r, au, e are rect.‘e.l at Utast hcampLaterb trout time to tune regarding the transport tit livestock by ca 1 in crates and boxes that do a:low fieedom of movement or evon auftictent ventilation. 1 have in timid a recent, case which a was bent from we Nor
October 20, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
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October 20, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
IN MEMORIAM I:3OI.;THWBUs—In loving memory of John Fredericlr, who passed away 000)&1' 191. b. 1939.—Alwais in the thoughts of his

IN MEMORIAM I:3OI.;THWBUs—In loving memory of John Fredericlr, who passed away 000)&1' 191. b. 1939.—Alwais in the thoughts of his

Wife. VERNON.—In letting memory of little Barry, aged two and a half year. in the anus of Jesus." —From Mani, Daddy, 11i.uut and Brisn. WILLISCROPT.—In luvin meniory of our dear son, Thomas, killed in action North-West Frontier, October 264th, 1944; also eon Ohmles, killed by en
October 20, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
IT 3.2 prillOtl• romping BEST RiSPBERRY I n`L d .11 the bet raspberry to pl.tot in a situall ,var len.

IT 3.2 prillOtl• romping BEST RiSPBERRY I n`L d .11 the bet raspberry to pl.tot in a situall ,var len.

We - . it .to std g t year where over ,-orts or raipherriei were 1 1 . e. being keted. I thought several tit ihini were them were very naked. hut we had r..pberrnsa and cream at fly. owner's tea•tab e and the variety he provt.lcd was Baumforth's Seedling, whiai he declared to be
October 20, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
MUSICAL SUCCESSES

MUSICAL SUCCESSES

London Collets of Mn.—Pienotorte Examinations: Hugh WiLcer, r• ..nary (honours). Guildhall School of and Drama.— Cynthia Cooke, Elementary (mer , t): Margaret Phillips, Junior (merit); Doreen Price, Preliminary (merit). - Pupils of Miss Simpkin, Rally Road, Russiey.
May 19, 1945 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England