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LORD MATHERS AT SOUDEN SERVICE

LORD MATHERS AT SOUDEN SERVICE

Urgent Need fo: THE service held annually since 1911 at the old Souden Kirk to commemorate the Battle of Otterbithi was rained off on for the only time in these 41 years—and was held, instead, in Southdean Church with the storm drumming on the root. But the church was crowded, f
August 13, 1952 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
MAN wanted for roll delivery (able to drive I.—Apply Young, Baker.

MAN wanted for roll delivery (able to drive I.—Apply Young, Baker.

August 13, 1952 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
THE LOCAL PULPIT 11 a.m. Apostolic—Worship and Communion. Baptist—Rev. G. A. Spell's, M.A. Burnfoot—Rev. A. C. Barr, B.D. Congregational—Rev. J.

THE LOCAL PULPIT 11 a.m. Apostolic—Worship and Communion. Baptist—Rev. G. A. Spell's, M.A. Burnfoot—Rev. A. C. Barr, B.D. Congregational—Rev. J.

Hope Scott, Airdrie. East Bank—Rev. S. R. Scott, M.A. Hawick Old Parish—Rev, J. A. G. Thomson, B.D. Salvation Army-11 a.m., 3 and 6.45 p.m., Major Ibbet and Envoy McMurdo. St Andrews—Rev. N. Douglas Craig, B.D. St George*s—Rev, S. M. Goudie, B.D. St John's—Mr K. Spiers. St Mary'
August 13, 1952 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
THE TATTOOED STRANGER

THE TATTOOED STRANGER

ALso— ALL STAR CASTE Ix BROWN BOMER.) THIS WEEK—TE Thursday & Fi FRIDAY and SATURDAY )ntinuous from 6.00 p.m. Saturday—Matinee, 2.00 p.m. Saturday Evening, 6:0o & 8.30 p.m. THE TWO LOVE STORIES of ONE WOMAN LORETTA YOUNG in The SILENT VOICE with KENT SMITH ALEXANDER KNOX HERITAG
August 13, 1952 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
SATURDAY'S LAST POST WILL BE AT 6.45 P.M. The Change is Made to " Save Manpower " IN future the

SATURDAY'S LAST POST WILL BE AT 6.45 P.M. The Change is Made to " Save Manpower " IN future the

last clearance for I outgoing mails from Hawick on Saturday • venings will be at 6.45 p.m. from the Head °dice pasting box, while the last collection from some of the wall letter will be at 1.30 p.m. It is officially stated that these alterations in service, which begins on ‘tig
August 13, 1952 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
NOTHING WASTED

NOTHING WASTED

Nothing is wasted in the mill. Every particle of the wheat grain is used, whether as flour, semolina or bran. A magnetic plate and brush take impurities from the grain before it starts its journey to the final process where flour is weighed in 140 lb. bags. Visitors from many pa
August 14, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
BURGH OF MOTHERWELL AND WISHAW PROGRAM OF ENTERTAINMENTS DURING AUGUST

BURGH OF MOTHERWELL AND WISHAW PROGRAM OF ENTERTAINMENTS DURING AUGUST

Band Performances 10th Aug.—Dalzisl High School Pipe Band . Duchess of Hamilton Park 7 p.m. 10th Aug.—Wishaw Highland Pipe Band Belhaven Park ... 20th Aug.—Band of Royal Corps of Signals Duchess Hamilton Park 7 p.m. Illuminations and Fireworks Display 7 P.m. 23rd to 30th August
August 8, 1952 - Wishaw Press - Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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• 0 CHEAP TRIPS DURING AUGUST SPECIAL EXCURSIONS To TROON PRESTWICK and AYR ON SATURDAYS Leave Shotts 10.25 a.m. p.m. Faes Tain Pistwick 12.23 6/9 Ay . &Uania to:m Ay 6.10. Pestwick and Toou 6.26 p m. EVENING EXCURSIONS To STEVENSTON SALTCOATS W. KILBRIDE and LARGS SATURDAY, 9th
August 8, 1952 - Wishaw Press - Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CAMERON a HEPBURN

CAMERON a HEPBURN

CAMERON HEPBURN SOLE - DOUGLAS YOUNG VICTORIA GARAGE. NEWMAINS TELEPHONE, WHINAW
August 8, 1952 - Wishaw Press - Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Eventide Homes

Eventide Homes

Town Council's Welfare T H C3mmittee has been notified that the weekly charge for board in respect of residence in the Church of Scotland has been increased from fl 13/- to f 2 per person. The Committee were informed that two persons from this area were resident in the homes. C
August 8, 1952 - Wishaw Press - Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland