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DIRECTOR BURNED

DIRECTOR BURNED

Mr. H. Gunn Fraser, managing director of Artolas's. was rlightly burned about the hands. - He told a reporter "I am grateful to many people, particularly Mr. Dodds and Mr. Nicholls, who were so helpful In helping to move furniture. papers, and office equipment, and to the many w
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
METHODISTS' FAREWELL TO THE REV. H. STRAWBRIDGE

METHODISTS' FAREWELL TO THE REV. H. STRAWBRIDGE

'THE Rev. Harold -Strawbridge, minister of Uxbridge Central Hall, who was in charge of the local Methodist circuit for the last five years, preached his farewell sermons on Sunday In the morning he spoke at the Methodist Church, Lawn-road, and in the evening at the Central Hall.
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
SPRING INTERIOR MATTRESSES

SPRING INTERIOR MATTRESSES

In DAMASK. Repo end Self colours Grads a o LIG s NI s
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
FLORAL TRIBUTES

FLORAL TRIBUTES

There were a large number of floral tributes from members of the family, friends and organisahons. They were sent to Uxbridge Cottage and Chalfont and Gerrard. Cross Hospitals. Funeral directors were Messrs. W aiding.
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
ME. CHARLES BROWN

ME. CHARLES BROWN

The funeral of Mr. Charles Brown, of 32. New-road, Hillingdon, who died on August 4 at the age of 06. took place at Hillingdon cemetery on August 7. Mr. Brown had recently retired after 36 years faithful service with the railway. Mourners were: Miss A. M. Brown, Mrs. A. A. Allum
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 

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MR. 0. ROLFE

MR. 0. ROLFE

The funeral of Mr. George Rolfe, of Laburnum-avenue. Yiewsley, who died at the age of 64. took place on Friday at St . Matthew's Church, Yiewsley, the Rev. F. W. Ruffle officiating. Interment was at Hillingdon Cemetery, the mourners being Mrs. M. Waicley (sister); Mr. and Mrs. J
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
roa BELIFILY

roa BELIFILY

Father and son played a large part in Belfry's convincing win over Saints at Harefield on Sunday. The first blow was struck by the father. C. R. Blower. When Saints batted he took 8-33. and they were all out for 56. The son, A C. Blower, scored his first 50 in cricket, and helpe
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW HAYES COACH IS FORMER PLAYER

NEW HAYES COACH IS FORMER PLAYER

HAYES F.C. have retained all last season players with the exception of three. but new signings of well-known amateur players has more than compensated for tOeir loss. The players signed by Mr. George Green. the new first team secretary. who was formerly with Hounslow. include J.
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
KIRBY BROS. LTD. HIGH STRUT, UXIRIDGI - ' ION

KIRBY BROS. LTD. HIGH STRUT, UXIRIDGI - ' ION

August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
SUMMER FETE and DANCE

SUMMER FETE and DANCE

Fancy Drus Parade, 2.15 p.m. SPORTS, SIDESHOWS, etc. I p.m. DANCI Music by "Blue Shadows" Admission 3'- Ticket or 3 1 6 at Door MENSES NAN SAT., 16tb AUGUST FINED £5 FOR . LOITERING FOR BETTING A fine of £5 was imposed at Uxbridge Court on Monday on Sydney Richard Stokes (47) of
August 15, 1952 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England