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EYE TOWN MOORS

EYE TOWN MOORS

HC. APTHORPE has received instruc * tions to Let by Auction. At The Magistrates’ Room, Diss. On Friday, 9th May, 1952, at <4 pan. GOINGS UPON . Each Going being the right to depasture one Head of either Horse or Neatstock, on the 20 Acre Level. Particulars of Letting from the Au
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Grand lUundnated CARNIVAL DANCE Eastwood Hall, S. Lop ham Thursday, May Ist %—IS BROCK A WESTS MUSIC FOR DANCING M.C.—E.

Grand lUundnated CARNIVAL DANCE Eastwood Hall, S. Lop ham Thursday, May Ist %—IS BROCK A WESTS MUSIC FOR DANCING M.C.—E.

H. Brock Many Com petitions and Prises including: Whisky. Nylons, Ckocalatee» etc. Organiser, Mrs. L. West 'roceeds for the North Lopham Organ Fund Coma along and onjoy happy evening
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Diss ft District Cycling Club Notes By Pod slier* The Mid-Norfolk Whs. open 25 miles event on Sunday saw members

Diss ft District Cycling Club Notes By Pod slier* The Mid-Norfolk Whs. open 25 miles event on Sunday saw members

of the Diss Club setting up a new club team competition record with an aggregate time of 3hrs. ISrains. 33secs., exactly two minutes faster than their aggregate times in the King's Lynn event at Easter. The same three members were involved again this time but their order was dif
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MR., R. EAGLING

MR., R. EAGLING

(OLD BECKENHAM) The death occurred on Wednesday week of Mr. Robert Eagltng. of High Bank Farm, Old Buckenham. Mr. Eagling, who died after a short illness, was M years of age. He was a wellknown and respected farmer In the district and was a keen member of the British Legion. His
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SALVATION ARMY

SALVATION ARMY

On Sunday the Salvation Army Band, under Deputy B M. C, Edwards, visited the village of Willingham in Cambridge, where Lieut. Arthur Reeve, whose home is in Diss. is stationed. Open-air meetings were held in various parts of the village, and morning and evening services were led
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 

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THE NEW! BOWLS GREEN AT HOXNE SWAN Members Congratulated at Annual Dinner Congratulations to the members on making new green

THE NEW! BOWLS GREEN AT HOXNE SWAN Members Congratulated at Annual Dinner Congratulations to the members on making new green

entirely by their own efforts, were extended Mr. Donald C. Steward, director of Messrs. Steward and Patteaon, at the annual dinner of Hoxne Swan Bowls Club on Friday eveqing. It was a wonderful feat and both from business and personal view he was proud to hear the achievement an
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Brockdish

Brockdish

CHAPEL REOPENED.— The reopening service of the Methodist Chapel, which has been closed for renovations, was held on Wednesday and there was a large company present from many places. The Dlss Methodist choir attended and Mr. F. T. Large was in the chair. He spoke in appreciative
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Reading Room Rectory Shad well House

Reading Room Rectory Shad well House

ISSUED BY THE MINISTRY OF FOOD LONDON. S.W.I
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FRAMLINGHAM PARISH

FRAMLINGHAM PARISH

COUNCIL Nineteen nominations have been made (of the 15 seats on Framlingham Parish Council, so an election will be held on May £th. Those not seeking re-efectlon are Dr. D. M. Craig, Mr. F. Flnbow and Mrs. A. Dorling, the latter being the Council's first woman member. Nomination
April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
BOOT STORES IDQWIPII Comer Brook St. I*oWill 11 and Tacket Street Tel j paw i 51178

BOOT STORES IDQWIPII Comer Brook St. I*oWill 11 and Tacket Street Tel j paw i 51178

April 25, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England