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THAT WHY MILLIONS LOVE POPPETS ••• •

THAT WHY MILLIONS LOVE POPPETS ••• •

THAT WHY MILLIONS LOVE POPPETS Geo. Payne & Co. Ltd., Tower Bridge, London, & Waddon, Surrey. Tel: CROydon 0175 "Biggest a value te "Best centres! know" AN says Anthea . B in chocolates says Arthur creams csocoLATE ; coiate 2 QTR. PAGE 6 DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, October 20, 1954
October 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I REMOVED THAT TOO AND \\ IL\ DISCOVERED A GENUINE DAUMIER k*\ TERRIFIC PICTURE/NO DOUBT ABOUT ITII'LL BUY IT FROM

I REMOVED THAT TOO AND \\ IL\ DISCOVERED A GENUINE DAUMIER k*\ TERRIFIC PICTURE/NO DOUBT ABOUT ITII'LL BUY IT FROM

YOU FOR ARE LISTENING?
October 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FACTS *

FACTS *

CATTERICK Winning Jockeys. Course wins since 1951: W. Nevett 15; J. Sime, E. 15 each, D. Smith 8; J. Etherington 7; A. Carson 5; J. Mercer, G. Littlewood 5 each; M. Murray, W. Snaith, D. L. Jones 4 each; H. J. Greenaway 3. Leading Trainers. Course wins since 1951: H. Peacock 14;
October 20, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MODERN

MODERN

`Farnborough' In lime, dovegrey, corn, bottle-green, rose & blue. (Actual size) ' Elstree ' TEXTURES caliep l i . l i re my, e h ,s oa i il er th . (Actual size) GA' DISTINCTIVE WEAVES—and sparkling colours! Sundour furnishing textures will bring new excitement into your home. T
October 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
*4 l N your thousands you want to meet the " Daily Mirror " Disc Festival stars. Children, bobbysoxers, mothers

*4 l N your thousands you want to meet the " Daily Mirror " Disc Festival stars. Children, bobbysoxers, mothers

and fathers and)lr yes—even Gran and Grandad, all had a go in our competition. You want to hug the stars, kiss them, shake their hands, dance with them, sing with them, and generally tell them what wonderful people you think they are. They chase your blues away, stop your baby c
October 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, October 19, 1954 PAGE 7

DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, October 19, 1954 PAGE 7

October 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
can do to you

can do to you

"But when Winifred Atwell runs her twinkling fingers over either of her pianos she takes me out of this world." Mr. Jones will shake hands with her twinkling lingers. . . No. 3 is a touching card on behalf of someone else from fifteen-yearold Sheila Parsons, who wrote from Sloug
October 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Doctor Said . . .

A Doctor Said . . .

He recorded a verdict that Hogg, of Broadway, Chester-le-Street, died while the balance of his mind was disturbed. A doctor had said that the pressure on the neck would cause Hogg to lose consciousness almost ithme di ately.
October 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 14 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, October 19, 1954

PAGE 14 DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, October 19, 1954

October 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Fairy Princess at 100-7

Fairy Princess at 100-7

WOLVERHAMPTON: Going fairly good I.3O.—FLAME ROYAL (Mr. C. B. Harty, 100-8), 1; Rosefield (100-8). 2; Eynsford (2-1 f), 3. 8 ran. Rd, 41. Also: 5-2 Netherhale, • 5 Pappagelaw, 10 Mikael 111, Slanderer. 33 Pitprop. (Moroney, Kenilworth.) Tote: 44/-; 9/9, 8/8, 3/1. 2.O.—EAST LODGE
October 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England