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FOOTBALL NOTES.

FOOTBALL NOTES.

Bcllshill Hons their ; form of the Ken son last Saturday when they travelled to Hamilton. There they boat the hitherto undefeated Cadzow Boys’ Guild by 4 goals to 3 after storming game. With five minutes to the Bens were leading 4-2 in this second round tie of the Joan Roan Memo
November 21, 1952 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
T. B. MUIR

T. B. MUIR

21 HAMILTON ROAD, BELLSHILL Phone 3145
November 14, 1952 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Young again had the misfortuno to put through his own goal for count No. 5.

Young again had the misfortuno to put through his own goal for count No. 5.

Teams:— Bellshill Athletic Dickson ; , Ballnntyne and Sievewright; Cameron, Young and Gardiner; Lowe, Graham, Ferric, Donald and McLaren. Ashfield Robb; Donaldson and Ferrier; Rice, Cassidy and Mitchell; Graham, Divers, Black, McCarthy and Douglas. Referee—J. Stewart, Paisley. C
November 14, 1952 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
VIEWPARK RECRUIT QAIHS AWARDS.

VIEWPARK RECRUIT QAIHS AWARDS.

Recruit Douglas Hope, 43 East Avenue, Vicwpark, was a proud laddie week or so ago when, obedience to the commands of the O.C. Winston Barracks, Lanark, ho stepped up the rostrum and received two |awards “best recruit” and 1 “host marksman” in his particular “intake.” Before call
November 14, 1952 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THERE’S MONEY IN OIL Talk to Disc Rotarian*

THERE’S MONEY IN OIL Talk to Disc Rotarian*

THERE’S MONEY IN OIL Talk Disc Rotarian* Mr. S. & Ambrose Norwich on Tucaday gave talk to the memberi of Dlac Rotary! Club, hla cubject being There’» Money in OIL" At the outlet Mr. Ambrose to Id of item in periodical which tol<l Of how Arab Sheik, who following the discovery of
November 7, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Boxne

Boxne

NO FOOTBALL.—The Football Club have no game to-morrow (Saturday. Next week they visit old friends and rivals. Wortham, in the League. FOOTBALL CLUB DANCE.—A profit of £5 3d was made for the funds of thef Football Club by a dance in St. Edmund’s Hall on Saturday. Music was by th*
November 7, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
TORCHBEARER GROUP

TORCHBEARER GROUP

At the Youth Club on Friday members enjoyed the indoor games, etc., until reiresnments which were served by Mrs. A. Leeder. the ciub hostess. After this the club chairman, assisted by the secretary, held a series of twenty questions. The team consisted of Miss J. Rice, Miss H. S
November 7, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
W.ELA.

W.ELA.

This week Mlsa Tbickneaac explained developments In Palestine during the period of British responsibility between the two wars. She described the evidences of prosperity on entering the country and went on to give an outline of the different character of Arab and Jewish settleme
November 7, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THWAITE

THWAITE

The collectors were Messrs. B. J. Green and G. Clarke, and the total of £3 5s Od was an Increase on the 1951 figure. WILBY (SUFFOLK) From the sale of poppies organised by Mrs. M. Baidry £lO 11a lid was raised, the sellers being Mrs. Steam, Miss I. Scales and Miss M. Capon. This
November 28, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LOOK AHEAD

LOOK AHEAD

and SAVE for Future Spending open an account at the DISS or HARI.ESTON BRANCH OF THE EAST ANGLIAN Become they’re HARDER WEARING The Leather for the W Monvfocturtft
November 28, 1952 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England