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The answer is " With Idris Orange or Lemon Squash." These fruit squashes are not substitutes. They contain the real unadulterated juice of the best fruit procurable which, diluted with water, provides the most refreshing, cooling and health-giving drinks. Oranges and lemons are
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
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July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I wARDRosz and Preening Chest. Iron Bedstead (Single), Small Secretaire, Kidney-shaped Dreasing Table, Oak Cupboard with Drawers.— Apply

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I wARDRosz and Preening Chest. Iron Bedstead (Single), Small Secretaire, Kidney-shaped Dreasing Table, Oak Cupboard with Drawers.— Apply

mornings 11. Russell Hill, Purley. A!18-7i42 SUPERIOR Double Oak-panel Bed-, stead. Spiral Spring and New Overlay. £lB Feather Bed, £4. Oak Gate-leg Table, £8 15s. Piano. Rexine Three-piece Suite, £lB 18s. Other contents house.-140, Lower Addiscombe Road. Telephone: Addiscombe 1
July 18, 1942 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
WOODSIDE DEATH OF IMEtS. 14ANDOVER President Of Women's Guild

WOODSIDE DEATH OF IMEtS. 14ANDOVER President Of Women's Guild

At a meeting of the Thornton Heath Women's Guild, Mrs. Theobeld. vice,prinddent, made the sorrowful announcement that their president. Mrs. Handover, passed away in Croydon General Hospital on 'Tuesday. the 12th inst.. after a short Mmes. The members received the news with very
March 30, 1940 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
NOVEL GAS MASK DRILL FOR CHILDREN They Brought Their Masks To A Party

NOVEL GAS MASK DRILL FOR CHILDREN They Brought Their Masks To A Party

A novel method of getting children use. to their gas masks was organised by Mr. J. Huston and other A.R P. wardens who are members of Manor-road Liberal and Working Men's Club. South Norwood. A party was given for the children in the Club on Wednesday night, but a condition that
March 30, 1940 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
BAPPY family

BAPPY family

It has sometimes been said that we British are. bit aloof in our contact with others. Like so many generalisations of that sort, circumstances prove the reverse. You see two examples in this war. One —the way in which the Dominions and Colonies have shown overwhelmingly their al
March 30, 1940 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
DOWNSVIEW ROAD METHODISTS

DOWNSVIEW ROAD METHODISTS

Morning services at Downsview-road Methodist Church. Thornton Heath, on Good Friday were conducted by the Minister. the Rev. Wilfred Bourne. Holy Communion was celebrated at 8 a.m. on Easter Morning and the usual services were held in the morning and evening. At the evening serv
March 30, 1940 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON ROAD EtAr/lIITS

BRIGHTON ROAD EtAr/lIITS

"The Stone Rolled" was the title of thel address given by the Rev. H. E. Spelman at , Brighton-road Baptist Church, South Croydon, on Easter Sunday. In the evening the sermon was called "A Beginning. Not An There was Communion service after the usual morning service. For the fir
March 30, 1940 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
WHAT CONSTABLE SAW

WHAT CONSTABLE SAW

War Reserve Constable V. .1. Methyl, said he was on duty in Green Court.- gardens, Addiseombe, on the afternoon of March 15th when he saw Doris Chamberlain. She was looking up at the windows uf a house and he noticed her partialtarty because she was wearing "mourning." Seeing th
March 30, 1940 - Croydon Times - London, London, England