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VIEWPARK RECRUIT QAIHS AWARDS.

VIEWPARK RECRUIT QAIHS AWARDS.

Recruit Douglas Hope, 43 East Avenue, Vicwpark, was a proud laddie week or so ago when, obedience to the commands of the O.C. Winston Barracks, Lanark, ho stepped up the rostrum and received two |awards “best recruit” and 1 “host marksman” in his particular “intake.” Before call
November 14, 1952 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SALVATION ARMY

SALVATION ARMY

The week-end's activities at the Salvation Army commenced with an open-air meeting on the Market Place led by Corps Sergeant Major Cattermole and waa listened to by several young people. ... Sunday’s services were conducted by Capt. and Mrs. David Dodson, and special prayers wer
February 15, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LADIES FORUM

LADIES FORUM

February 15, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
CAR HIRE SERVICE S PERSONAL ATTENTION Apply ROSEMOUNT BUNGALOW, HOXNE Pro. R. W. BARNARD

CAR HIRE SERVICE S PERSONAL ATTENTION Apply ROSEMOUNT BUNGALOW, HOXNE Pro. R. W. BARNARD

February 15, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WINFAKTHING

WINFAKTHING

Special intercessions were held in the Pariah Church, Winfarthing, on Sunday, on behalf of the new Queen and the Royal Family. There was a large congregation at the morning service; both this and the afternoon service was taken the Rector, the Rev. B. F. Rltson. Memorial service
February 15, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LARGE STOCKS READY FOR IMMEDIATE DEUVERY

LARGE STOCKS READY FOR IMMEDIATE DEUVERY

DICKLEBURGH MAN CHEATS DEATH Narrowly escaping death when he fell nearly eighty feet from the top of the new water tower at Pulham Market, Mr. F. Ward, aged 46. labourer, of 20 Rectory Road. Dickleburgh, was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital on Friday. It was later state
February 15, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WANTED

WANTED

LADY wishes purchase a Hand Sewing Machine, state make and price required.—Box 488, Express Office, Diss. ACCOMMODATION a happy holiday at Mrs. Dawes. 26 Crosvenor Road. Lowestoft, ideal position, Jur.c-Septembcr, 4sgns., July- August, sgns. Lowestoft 631. HOUSES, BED-SITTINCRO
May 16, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
TODAYS USUAL PUCES «/- ft »/-

TODAYS USUAL PUCES «/- ft »/-

eCoflimcncint TODAY. FRIDAY FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
May 16, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THERE’S MONEY IN OIL Talk to Disc Rotarian*

THERE’S MONEY IN OIL Talk to Disc Rotarian*

THERE’S MONEY IN OIL Talk Disc Rotarian* Mr. S. & Ambrose Norwich on Tucaday gave talk to the memberi of Dlac Rotary! Club, hla cubject being There’» Money in OIL" At the outlet Mr. Ambrose to Id of item in periodical which tol<l Of how Arab Sheik, who following the discovery of
November 7, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Boxne

Boxne

NO FOOTBALL.—The Football Club have no game to-morrow (Saturday. Next week they visit old friends and rivals. Wortham, in the League. FOOTBALL CLUB DANCE.—A profit of £5 3d was made for the funds of thef Football Club by a dance in St. Edmund’s Hall on Saturday. Music was by th*
November 7, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England