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THE RESULTS

THE RESULTS

Results are as follow: • Class "A " to 'members of the Reading Camera Club).—L.aad.cape and Architecture:l. " Only," Mrs. K. M. Parsons; 2, " Smut Sow," C. Positing; 3," la the Pleasant Land and Peaceful," H. H. Denali; 4, " besio In Rink": Hrs. K. U. Parsons. Portrait and klisc
March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
IWISFACTORY

IWISFACTORY

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March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FRIENDSHIP IN BUSINEsS

FRIENDSHIP IN BUSINEsS

Mr. In reply, mid a urge portion of one's time was spent In dilly Occupation, and it was acessary trial everyone snould make that time as happy and enjoyable ma poesible. There had to oe • real spirit of friendship, even in bus.ness That dinner was • distinct opportunity for cem
March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
my NEW ISCRI&ATION GROTJNDS

my NEW ISCRI&ATION GROTJNDS

NEW ISCRI&ATION GROTJNDS nrw recreation grounds have been approved by the Council, via., Ba'more, Beecham Hal, Henley Road, John Babson, Zmmer Green. Are we going to open them? If so, we must foot the bill for equipping. staffing and maintaining them. Having approved • scheme, th
March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
PARISH COUNCIL MEETING A New Member Appointed

PARISH COUNCIL MEETING A New Member Appointed

The monthly meeting of the Pariah Coon-, cll was held yesterday week at the MAMA Hall, Mr. A. Z. Hirtes presiding. There was I loiog discussion over the vacant allotments at Whitley Wood and School Green. 1 The CHAIRMAN said he thought it would' be to build small houses for old
March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
VISIT OF SIR GIFFORD Fox, M.P. I Concert Arranged by Miss Ena Grossmith

VISIT OF SIR GIFFORD Fox, M.P. I Concert Arranged by Miss Ena Grossmith

OF SIR GIFFORD Fox, M.P. I Concert Arranged by Miss Ena Grossmith The annual meeting and entertainment, organized by the Goring Conservative to welcome the Member, Sir Gifford Fox, and the Hon. Lady Fox, was held in the Parish Room, on Friday last. For several years the entertain
March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
A COUNTY SCHOOL PROSLSM.

A COUNTY SCHOOL PROSLSM.

At their quarterly meeting tomorrow members of the Bergshire County Council will be considering the budget for the coming year, and it remains to be seen whether or not the ratepayers in the county, like those in the borough of Reading, have to accept an increase in the rates. I
March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE KEEP FIT CAMPAIGN

THE KEEP FIT CAMPAIGN

It is to be hoped that the public will give their support in no naa-hearted manner to tne meeting in the Large Town Hall next Tnursuay evening, in connection with the physical fftness campaign, to which tne Government are devoting so much attention. The programme promises to be
March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Reading News Items

Reading News Items

Whitley Wesky Gund.—An " invttanon " social held by the Guild in the School Hall Monday evening. Mr. B. F. Purnell acted as host and M.C. for a programme of old-time games. Professor W. G. de Burgh. M.L. chairman of the Heading branch of the League of Nations Union. will address
March 4, 1938 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England