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"SCHNAPS" Music by Harry Waren. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Sung by Red Skelton. "IT'S DYNAMITE" Music by Harry Waren. Lyrics

"SCHNAPS" Music by Harry Waren. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Sung by Red Skelton. "IT'S DYNAMITE" Music by Harry Waren. Lyrics

by Dorothy Fields. Sung and danced by Ann Miller. "DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS" Music by June Hersey and Don Swander. Lyrics by Maurice Vandair. Sung by Esther Williams and Square Dance participants,
May 16, 1952 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
– SCOWINDS • NATIONAL • FURNISHERS Farmers Dance

– SCOWINDS • NATIONAL • FURNISHERS Farmers Dance

- SCOWINDS • NATIONAL • FURNISHERS Farmers Dance The young' farmers' dance held last Saturday night in the Drill Hall, Stewarton, proved to be a great success. The dance is usually held on the evening of the annual show of Stewarton and Dunlop United Agricultural Association, but
May 16, 1952 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
GENERAL NOTICES

GENERAL NOTICES

INCREASED 1W INTEREST RATE jEt The Rate of Interest allowed on Depositors Accounts in the SPECIAL INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT has been increased from £2. 10.0 per cent. to £2.15.0 per cent. KIRKCALDY AND DISTRICT TRUSTEE SAVINGS BANK MEAD OFFICKs—• KIRK WINO, KIRKCALDY. U. G. NAIRN. T
May 21, 1952 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
SCOUTS JUMBLE

SCOUTS JUMBLE

Already a wide and varied aasortnient tit comnithlities bare been gathered itt and will be offered for ale to the public. by the grouts in Kennett-ay at their nimble in the Hall on Saturday F.lfort, Ihe there the ta.tlar in tie annual ',Milt p aliirh aiii he held Mo uunce this y
May 21, 1952 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
THE LEVEN MAlr, MAY 21, 1952

THE LEVEN MAlr, MAY 21, 1952

May 21, 1952 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
Poet's Corner TWELVE SWANS O'ER THE WATER I sit and muse at the mid of day, I sit and dream

Poet's Corner TWELVE SWANS O'ER THE WATER I sit and muse at the mid of day, I sit and dream

by the sea, I sit and watch the flashing spray, And listen to winds wild plea; The son's amidst the darkening cloud, The rising storm's plain matter, The Berwick Law's in a blackened shroud, As twelve swans fly o'er the water. As o'er the water twelve swans fly, Till they're far
May 21, 1952 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
227 Entries At Leven Dog Show ELIE BREEDERS WIN TROPHIES AST Fife Canine Club's 18th members' show in the Drill

227 Entries At Leven Dog Show ELIE BREEDERS WIN TROPHIES AST Fife Canine Club's 18th members' show in the Drill

Hall on Saturday attracted eighty-four dogs from all over Scotland to compete in the 23-class show, which embraced all breeds and sizes. Some were entered over six times, and others only once. Altogether there was a total entry of 227, averaging nine dogs per class. Surprise of
May 21, 1952 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
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May 17, 1952 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
:arnoustie Council Appointments DUNDEE'S LORD AND LADY PROVOST (Continued !row Front Pare) Councillor Froggatt withdrew his rmark and the subsequent

:arnoustie Council Appointments DUNDEE'S LORD AND LADY PROVOST (Continued !row Front Pare) Councillor Froggatt withdrew his rmark and the subsequent

vote realted:—For Mrs McArthur, 5; for ouncillor Thompson, 2. Mrs McArthur was then welcomed to the bench as Carnoustie's first woman magistrate. There was a surprise sequel to the result of the vote. After Bailie McArthur had taken her seat on the bench Councillor Thompson rose
May 17, 1952 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Whist Aids Barnardo's Homes.

Whist Aids Barnardo's Homes.

Mr Mclntosh directed play over 44 tables at a whist drive in aid Dr llarnardo's Homes, which was held in St James' Hall, Broughty Ferry. The prize-% inners were:—Ladies—l, Mrs Mclntosh; 2, Mrs Caird; 3, Mrs Crockett; consolation, Mrs S. Sutherland. Ladies playing as gentlemen-1,
May 17, 1952 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland