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to finish it was anyone's game. The hursday were early on top, and Bullard scored a fine try. Spring followed by getting over for Bedford: later R. Taylor a•ore.l again for the Thursday. Bedford scored through Squibbs, and this was the Lest try of the mat••h. The Old Bedfordian
September 18, 1923 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
FRIENDLY.

FRIENDLY.

BARKING TOWN v. LUTON AMATEURS Owing to injuries and illness the Amateurs were unable to lint their strongest team out to visit Barking, and had to admit defeat by five goals to nil. The game was played in a heavy downpour of rain before a fair crowd, who in spite of the conditi
September 18, 1923 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
TVESDAY. SEPTEMBER MIL 1923.

TVESDAY. SEPTEMBER MIL 1923.

September 18, 1923 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
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Chain of Coincidence ert G RBA NA W. G. D ' an I'd not have letting you go. This is a very serious hit me and--" affair, a meet disgraceful assault— "All the light died r She didn't seem to heed me, though I "I tell asleep for sr las wi.,:ellt-iron gates at the South "Joel that
October 23, 1923 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
'MOAT. 2frd.

'MOAT. 2frd.

October 23, 1923 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
GIRLS WANTED. Aged 14 and upwards. APPLY AT ONCE. COCOA FACTORY, DALLOW ROAD. LUTON.

GIRLS WANTED. Aged 14 and upwards. APPLY AT ONCE. COCOA FACTORY, DALLOW ROAD. LUTON.

October 23, 1923 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
YOUR JUNIOR

YOUR JUNIOR

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August 19, 1958 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
JILL'S AUTOGRAPH

JILL'S AUTOGRAPH

Housewives' Kitchen Secrets favourite family recipes. Why' not their kitchen &Many. YOU have a THE neat bohday Is Christ- be full of bright ideas you can to even a , but—why not drop it 'r mas—and you know what and tell us about it THAT means! Cooking and The " Cook Book " pub-
August 19, 1958 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
THESE CHILDREN ARE THE LUCKY ONES

THESE CHILDREN ARE THE LUCKY ONES

THEY said young Alan would never walk. But he does. Twoyears-old Nicky could only lie on his back and feebly kick his feet. He was almost blind, too. Now he can shuffle along on his knees—and "play" the piano. Then there's Douglas, the fair-haired five-year-old who's slowly lear
August 19, 1958 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
SCARED

SCARED

It's all right," said Pat. " but I do uet a bit scared at times." A "bit scared"—by now my legs were beginning to feel like an underset jelly, as Ben prepared to throw the ale. Butterflies were having a heyday inside my stomach, and the assurance from Ben that " I won't throw it
August 19, 1958 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England