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CHURCH IS NOT DEAD

CHURCH IS NOT DEAD

-Bishop “The Church to-day. so It seems to me, not only in this diocese but all over the country not dead. It is very much alive. "Those who speak of empty churches, or cold and dead services, or the lack workers, who say that we have not the support of the young people, speak w
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
A. H. HANCHET & SON _ Monumental Masons in Stona. Marble. Granite Slate Design and Estimates Application. 155. KING S

A. H. HANCHET & SON _ Monumental Masons in Stona. Marble. Granite Slate Design and Estimates Application. 155. KING S

ROAD BURY ST EDMUNDS Phone 586 All work guaranteed to oe o! Genuine Natural Materials
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
FARMS WANTED

FARMS WANTED

REQUIRED for active buyers. Farm. 50-100 acres and another about 200 acres.—Details to Freuerick Parsons. P.A.L.P.A.. 31. Malden Road. Watford. (Usual commission).
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
DUTTON

DUTTON

BROS THE SP#T FOR FURNITURE BARGAINS ST. JOHN S STREET luxurious i£t.. covered tapestry. £lO 10s. Stained and grained v-HEST ot 5 CHARTERED AUCTIONEERS Drawers. 10s. LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS & 'air of oak. modern DINING CHAUiS. with drop-in leather seats. :apestry FIRESIDE CHAIR.
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
LONG MELFORD

LONG MELFORD

Sale of a Fully Licensed Free House situate adjoining the Railway Station and fronting the main Long Melford—Sudbury Road and known as THE PERSEVERANCE HOTEL comprising Public Bar with 4-pull beer engine and counter. Bar Parlour. 2 large communicating Public Rooms, living rooms.
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
FOR THREE DAYS

FOR THREE DAYS

Linda Darnell, Tab Hunter. Donald Gray
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
sewerage

sewerage

4 N alternative xV. scheme for the village cf Debenham. reducing the cost a proposed one by £26.061. has been prepared by the Sanitary Inspector for East Suffolk. Mr. A. E. Chapman. This development was described by members as ■•almost a miracle,’’ and a "wonderful example of w
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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—< Mann Kgerton JLaJa CO LTD tEVER rwoDVCt Fornham Road (Nr. Railway Station) Bury St. Edmunds c 44 Mm-a f-d(ly to w % J FROM THE FIRST WASHING POWDER EVER TO GIVE YOU . . . : CUMiSTWASH OF ALL mewHmTeou/ SURF’s unflinching lather never fails-even in kiddies’ rompers, even Dad's
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

TRAVELLERS HONOURED* Members of the Commercial Travellers’ Association were presented with certificates at the Suffolk Hotel, Bury St. Edmunds, on Saturday on the occasion of their being elected vice-presidents of the Royal Commercial Travellers' School. The certificates were pr
October 31, 1952 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England