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Three Pot Plants—l J. Bernard, 2 W. White. Specimen Pot Plant—l J. Bermard, 2 W. White. Three Hardy Ferns-1 J. Bernard, 2 W. White. Exotic Fern J. Bernard, 2 W. White. Hardy and Exotic Ferns—l J. Bernard, 2 W. White. Petunia 1 J. Bernard. 2 W. White. Geranium—Scented—l J. Bernar
August 2, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
COST OF THE SCHEME.

COST OF THE SCHEME.

Disapproval of the Committee’s recommendation was moved by Dean of Guild
January 25, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
CHILDREN’S MERIDIAN UNDERVESTS. Seconds," round neck and no sleeves, fine texture. Sizes 6 to 12 years CHILDRENS MERIDIAN KNICKERS. ’Seconds.”

CHILDREN’S MERIDIAN UNDERVESTS. Seconds," round neck and no sleeves, fine texture. Sizes 6 to 12 years CHILDRENS MERIDIAN KNICKERS. ’Seconds.”

elastic waist and knee. Assorted colours Sizes 5. 6. 7 CHILDREN S INTERLOCK NIGHTDRESSES. square neck and long sleeves Sizes 3. 4. 5, 6. 2/114 CHILDREN S ALL - WOOL BREECHETTE SETS, Coat, Beret, and Overalls, in pretty designs Sizes 14 and 16 Saxe, Fawn. Resida, Rose FOR J CHILD
January 25, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
NO REPRESENTATIVE.

NO REPRESENTATIVE.

The Housing Committee received a circular from the Secretary to the Scottish National and Town Planning CoimciJ asking that representatives be appointed to the Council of that Association. The Council agreed to take no action. FIREMASTER’S HOUSE RECONSTRUCTION. Tenders were subm
January 25, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
of the Sodety, to welcome him to our ranks.” (Applause.) eloquent address. Brigadier-General Crosbie, whose speech was one of the

of the Sodety, to welcome him to our ranks.” (Applause.) eloquent address. Brigadier-General Crosbie, whose speech was one of the

most eloquent and brilliant heard in the Society, opened his address on a personal note, thanking the members of the Society for the great honour they had done him electing him to Patron. The Society had done such glorious work in sending rays of sunshine into dark and lonely ho
January 25, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 

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FIFE HERALD AND JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23,

FIFE HERALD AND JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23,

January 25, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
CHICKEN . . . for a change We have some very nice Chickens and Fowls which will make an acceptable

CHICKEN . . . for a change We have some very nice Chickens and Fowls which will make an acceptable

change in the family menu OUR SCOTCH HAGGIS is also a tasty and seasonable dish at this time of year JAMES B. FERNIE FAMILY BUTCHER 22 BONNYGATE CUPAR ’Phone 2251
January 25, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
’Phone 2165 (Day or Night). Estimates Free NOBLE (f REID JOINERS and UNDERTAKERS VICTORIA BRIDGE, CUPAR Jobbing of all Descriptions

’Phone 2165 (Day or Night). Estimates Free NOBLE (f REID JOINERS and UNDERTAKERS VICTORIA BRIDGE, CUPAR Jobbing of all Descriptions

:; Carpets Beaten Removals Conducted Furniture Stored
January 25, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
GEORGE LUMSDEN <

GEORGE LUMSDEN <

UPHOLSTERER AND FUNERAL UNDERTAKER 56 BONNYGATE, CUPAR Furniture Re-covered: Patterns Submitted Mattresses Remade and Re-covered Blinds Supplied : Venetians Retaped Interments Under Personal Supervision Brochure and Forms for Cremation on Request i -i •
July 19, 1939 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland