Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 39,808 articles

GOOD FRIDAY MUSIC.

GOOD FRIDAY MUSIC.

As there was no Good Friday Music at the Town Hall the Vicar of St. Mary’s arranged a Devotional Service Good Friday hymns and music, for Choir and Congregation, in place of the usual Lantern Service. A good congregation joined heartily in the singing of the familiar hymils. The
April 14, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE KENT LEAGUE

THE KENT LEAGUE

THE DIV. II RACE With leaders Whitstable dropping surprise points at home to Folkestone Reserves on Saturday, Dover Reserves are left with a good chance of capturing the Div. II championship, though it may well rest on their last league engagement, which is against Whitstable at
April 14, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE BOYS’ BRIGADE

THE BOYS’ BRIGADE

Orders for week ending March 18th, O.C. 2nd Dover Company. Saturday— Football arranged. Monday—Signalling, 6.0; First Aid, 6.45. Tuesday—P.T. & Games, 8.0. Wed nesday—Seamanship, 5.30, Thursday Band practice, 6.46; Drill and Hand-ball. 7.30. Friday— Gym, 6.30.
March 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
VALUATION PANEL

VALUATION PANEL

Mr. Alfred Baynton of Canterbury, formerly General Manager of the East Kent Road Car Co., has been appointed Chairman of the East Kent Valuation Panel, which will hear appeals against valuations now :o be carried out by Government Officers instead of by Officers of local authori
March 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
TIDYING UP THE COUNTRY-SIDE.

TIDYING UP THE COUNTRY-SIDE.

In the next few weeks villages will be holding their annual parish meetings and when those of the Dover rural area get together they will have put before them the proposals of Dover Rural Council for the tidying-up of the villages in preparation for the 1951 Festival of Britain.
March 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER AND FOLKESTONE RIFLE LEAGUE

DOVER AND FOLKESTONE RIFLE LEAGUE

RESULTS OF ROUND 9. Division S.Rly., Ashford 594 (Bryant, Dawkins, Elgar, 100) beat Dover “A” 593 (Hoskins, Miles, 100). Paversham 590 (Coombs 100) beat Margate “A.” Buckland Mills 585 (Russell, Salvage, 100) beat Canter bury “A” 584 (Rogers 99). Dover Home Guard “A" 584 (Barrat
March 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER YOUTH CLUB.

DOVER YOUTH CLUB.

Friday (tonight): Dance for members and girl friends, 7 p.m.; Rifle Section v. Folkestone H.G. ‘A,’ 7 p.m.; Management Committee, 8 p.m. Saturday : Football, Seniors v. D.E.T.U., k.o. 2.30 p.m., Elms Vale; Juniors v. Boys’ Life Brigade, 2.45, Kearsney; Chess for beginners, 7 p.m
March 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
T.A. ORDERS.

T.A. ORDERS.

410 Coast Regt. R.A. (Kent) T.A. Orders for RHQ, P and S Btys. Sun. (12 th) 0900.—Driving Instruction; Tues. 1900. —U. A. D. Gun Drill; Thurs. (16th) 1900.—Films; Sun. 0900-1700hrs, —Day Camp at Eastern Arm. Gun and Director.
March 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE DOVER METHODIST CIRCUIT

THE DOVER METHODIST CIRCUIT

At the quarterly meeting the Circuit on Wednesday evening at the Snargate Street Church there was a large attendance of representatives of the eleven Methodist Churches, presided over by the Rev. Arthur T. Slater. Unanimous invitation to the Revs. Arthur T. Slater and Raymond" L
March 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
UNITED WOMEN’S RALLY

UNITED WOMEN’S RALLY

The annual event of the United Women’s Rally will take place at the London Road Methodist Church on Tuesday, when Miss Mary Abel, of West Ham Central Mission, will be the guest speaker. The rally of Women’s meetings will be at 2.45 p.m., with Mrs. Galpin presiding, and the Publi
March 10, 1950 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England