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IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

SEWELL. In Loving Memory of a dea.r Father. J AMES Who died April *l7th. 1950. Always faithful, good and kind, beautiful memory he left Oerty. Harry. Herbert; also Marjorie. 8&-P WEST. In ixivinx Memory a dear Dad. GEORGE. Died April 19th. 1951. In silence yon suffered and bore
April 18, 1952 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
Diffieult For Softool Leawors,

Diffieult For Softool Leawors,

Diffieult For Softool Although it is reported by Mr. Bell, headmaster of Park Secondary Modern School, that despite the recession in local industry all but one the twenty-four leavers at Park School have found suitable employment, information that has hed suggests that the positi
April 18, 1952 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PLICKT OF COTTON

THE PLICKT OF COTTON

RAIL EXCURSIONS Bnn.. Ai>l. Apl. Far* am. am. 19-20 15 10-26 5/9 10-50 10-25 5/3 Blackpool iO»» ) r** » 7 p m. (Wh date*). ASM Each Monday. Tuesday Wednesday. Thursday and Triday until 3*tli May. Coin* . drp. *«™7A ’’i'lO 5/» d«S. j N BrierfleiJ deP. U-5A 122 A Change BLACKBURN
April 18, 1952 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TIMES. FHIDAY, APHTL 18. 1952. (T)

THE TIMES. FHIDAY, APHTL 18. 1952. (T)

April 18, 1952 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
Nelson Football & Athletic Club Ltd. SEEDHILL GROUND, NELSON. LANCASHIRE COMBINATION—DIVISION 1. TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, NELSON v. LANCASTER KICK-OFF

Nelson Football & Athletic Club Ltd. SEEDHILL GROUND, NELSON. LANCASHIRE COMBINATION—DIVISION 1. TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, NELSON v. LANCASTER KICK-OFF

6-0 p.in. Admission—Wing Stands 16. Ground; Adults 1/-, Boys 6d. A Collection will taken on behalf of the Nelson branch of the St. John Ambulance Association. LANCASHIRE COMBINATION—DIVISION 2. TUESDAY, APRIL 22nd, NELSON RES. v. ASTLEY BRIDGE KICK-OFF 6-0 p.m. -Wing Stands lOd.
April 18, 1952 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH, EAST PARADE, COLNE. Our YOUNG PEOPLE are holding their YOUTH WEEK-END, To-morrow and Thi* Sunday, April 19th

TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH, EAST PARADE, COLNE. Our YOUNG PEOPLE are holding their YOUTH WEEK-END, To-morrow and Thi* Sunday, April 19th

A 10th. To-morrow at 6-45 p.m., there will be SOCIAL, including Beetle and Whist Drive. Hot Suppers and Games, etc., will follow. Admission I/-, Children 6d. Sunday, Services 10-45 a.m. and p.m. will be conducted our YOUNG PEOPLE: Joan Bailey, Celia Brown, Irene Lupton, Marjorie
April 18, 1952 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
MARKET ETREET, COLNE » London OMooi M Ftoot (root COLNE NOTES, GOSSIP AND PERSONAL . . . By “THE STROLLER”

MARKET ETREET, COLNE » London OMooi M Ftoot (root COLNE NOTES, GOSSIP AND PERSONAL . . . By “THE STROLLER”

ROUND AND ABOUT COLNE
April 18, 1952 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
SAVOY Phone Baraley Sunday. 7-67 MariitttrUnU. Farrar in Frieda. Monday and «U l*eck OKLY TIU l*iiytcin. Hard *os?d. complete performance

SAVOY Phone Baraley Sunday. 7-67 MariitttrUnU. Farrar in Frieda. Monday and «U l*eck OKLY TIU l*iiytcin. Hard *os?d. complete performance

p.m Hoturctav B-15 p/m.
April 18, 1952 - Barnoldswick & Earby Times - Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England
 
PICTURE HOUSE BELLS HILL

PICTURE HOUSE BELLS HILL

WMk Commencing Hit April, 1952 WMfc Commcnolng April, 1952 Mon., Tucb., Wed. Thure., Fri., Sat. Continuous from 2.20 p.m. Continuous from 2.00 p.m. Walt Dimsy’s . ALICE IN WONDERLAND Johnny W«tomull«r and (Technicolor) (u) Wialla Ryan in Screening 3.09, 6.15, 9.22. JUNGLE MANHUN
April 18, 1952 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
REJECTED

REJECTED

The workers, naturally, have rejected such offer. Frankly this has nothing whatever to do with me, but I read the correspondence, I thought of the textile industry whole, especially conditions in Lancashire, and I considered such a request at this time would not do the industry
April 18, 1952 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland