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LOCAL WEDDINGS CAPT. J. C. THOMAS—Aoss JOAN AL ninm

LOCAL WEDDINGS CAPT. J. C. THOMAS—Aoss JOAN AL ninm

LOCAL WEDDINGS CAPT. J. C. THOMAS—Aoss JOAN The wedding took place on Saturday, at St. Mary'a Church. Lealing. of Capt. John OA Thomas. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thomas. of Liverpo.i., and Melted. Montgomeryshire. and Joan Marjorie Fluddtr. d:upter of Capt. G. Fludder and the lat
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
"THY LIVING LOVE"

"THY LIVING LOVE"

I has. bound dear, dear, themes - .The beanty of the earth. The woride, the valve, the atreams, The ilawn'a aweet. vilrut birth: lint never dearer do I find Than Dying Love for all mankind. J have known lovely sights —Blue mountains dim and tar; harbour's welcome lights; The fir
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Children's Art Exhibition

Children's Art Exhibition

Reading, r.F.C. F3R F.EADRIG MAN Flying OMeer DONALD P. TAVLOS,I R.A.F.Y.R. who. as announced last week. has been awarded the Distinguished Plying Cross, is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor. of Palmer Park Bakery. Wokingham Road, Reading. Before the war he was employed
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
_ (Mr. C. A. Poole. 1&.A.). the Divisional Superintendent (Mr. W. J. Meredith) I welcomed relatives and guests who were

_ (Mr. C. A. Poole. 1&.A.). the Divisional Superintendent (Mr. W. J. Meredith) I welcomed relatives and guests who were

present. He that of the 40 names which were inscribed on the Roll of Honour. 38 were of men serving &broad, while two had been wounded. Twq of the men were transferred cadets. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, in I a speech before unveiling the Roll of Honour, said the County Town of Berkshi
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Reading Police Court

Reading Police Court

PREPARING FOR FOR A CROP OF GRE4T IMPORTANCE If we exclude the potato. the runner Friday .bean seems to be considered of first importance; and often far more attest- WATCH THEFT CHARGE tion is devoted to a single bean roli than to the whole potato plot, wrttele Charged with stea
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 

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Athletics LEIGHTON PAMI SCHOOL 817CCE7381rUL MATCH WITH ETON

Athletics LEIGHTON PAMI SCHOOL 817CCE7381rUL MATCH WITH ETON

An athletic match between Eton Leighton Park School toot place on Wednesday In last week. Leighton Park winning by 44 points to 3. Details: .1, T. J. Wallis . (Leighton Park); 2, t). W. Russiter (Eton); 3, C. C. P. Tennant (Eton). Time, 1(4 ICCA. Long Jump.-1, T. Bibb. (E.), 191
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MEMORIALS CYRIL H. LOVEGROVE I MONUMENTAL MASON Heed Office: 34, FRIAR STREET. READING Telephone 2745 And Branches Largest Display Ground

MEMORIALS CYRIL H. LOVEGROVE I MONUMENTAL MASON Heed Office: 34, FRIAR STREET. READING Telephone 2745 And Branches Largest Display Ground

in the South of England at All Hallows Road. Cavursham.
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
eti M d L a rierYllF wish W. forto .JL thank all the kind letters an d messages o sympathy

eti M d L a rierYllF wish W. forto .JL thank all the kind letters an d messages o sympathy

In their great and sad loss. 41, Wolseley Street, Beading.
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MORTIMER wishes to thank all At friends who flowers and for all kind esquires and sympathy shown in her resent

MORTIMER wishes to thank all At friends who flowers and for all kind esquires and sympathy shown in her resent

bereavement. , 25, Addington Road. Reading.
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
stealing Education Committee. APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably qualified persons for the following appointments On the resident staff of a

stealing Education Committee. APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably qualified persons for the following appointments On the resident staff of a

new Remand Home (to accommodate 8 girls and 12 Junior boys) which will shortly be opened in Reading: 1. Superintendent and Matron (Man and Wife) Salaries: Superintendent: £lBO per annum, rising by annual rremeots of £lO to £250 per annum. Matron: s:7O per annum rising by annual
April 6, 1944 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England