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SPORTS RESULTS

SPORTS RESULTS

Flat (boys under 161: J Whitton. D Woodland, D Lewis. Ditto tWyds (married wonieni: Mrs Verreut. Hurdles imenr 8 Diai. 8 Dram, D Lewis. Sack race: S Oreenbauy. Miss P Marygold. MIN. A Voermanak. Egg and spoon (women,. Miss Clutteu. ft Mount. Mi.., Brigden Flit 100yds (women); Mi
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
WED AT ST. JOHN'S, FROME

WED AT ST. JOHN'S, FROME

The wedding took place at St. John's Parish Church, Frome, of Fusilier Albert Wilkinson, only son of Mr. W. Wilkinson and the tate Mrs. Wilkinson, of Ilkley, Yorks with Miss Iris Constance Lilian Read, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Read, of 4, Sheppards! Barton. Frome. F
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
THOUGH COUNTY HAS VACANCIES

THOUGH COUNTY HAS VACANCIES

Eleven Somerset Teachers Declared Redundant The case of ten part-time and one full-time redundant teachers was raised at the meeting of Somerset Education Comnuttee on Wednesday. . . . The 11 teachers said the Schools sub-corrmittee. had not yet secured other posts. Cur. C. W. N
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
Playing Field at Gurney Slade

Playing Field at Gurney Slade

Sir.—About two years ago I was asked to subscribe to a fund for a playing field at Gurney Slade. : which I did. and I was told that the amqunt of the fund was then about £l2O. The plans for the field were than well advanced. Since that time I have heard of no , more drive to pro
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
REMEMBER ! We can et Sets in a few days —OUT, aerial installation takes time Avoid a lastraison' nab and

REMEMBER ! We can et Sets in a few days —OUT, aerial installation takes time Avoid a lastraison' nab and

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September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
TOT M. I, STILL RISING Norton-Redstock U.D.C. Flood Relief Appeal

TOT M. I, STILL RISING Norton-Redstock U.D.C. Flood Relief Appeal

Further sums are still being received at the Norton-Radstock Unban Council offices at The Hol- Lies, Midsomer Norton, for the North Devon and West Somerset Flood Relief Appeal, and the district's total is creeping up towards the .£l.OOO mark With approximately another £65 during
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
EVENING MEETINGS FAVOURED Majority Vote of Women's Institute

EVENING MEETINGS FAVOURED Majority Vote of Women's Institute

Timsbury Women's Institute monthly meeting, held in the Y.M.C.A. Hall on September 4, was arranged by members. Mrs. G. White (president) presided, and arrangements were made for the country dance on September 17 and for members attending the group meeting at Farrington Gurney in
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
FURNITURE REMOVALS

FURNITURE REMOVALS

Any Distance Any Time LET US QUOTE YOU W. SMITH West End Garage, Midsorner Norton Carrier Service Daily to Bath and Bristol ~.„ rndc :SMITH 4 es O 5,1.01rz POPULAP
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
CONDE DOWN

CONDE DOWN

°minim , : C. PENROSE. M.Sc. F.O S.. Kim FEE: Der Subiect Der Session. I W. J. DEACON. M.A. (1
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
HOLCOMBE HOLIDAY NATURE COMPETITION

HOLCOMBE HOLIDAY NATURE COMPETITION

A holiday nature competition was arranged for the scholars of Holcombe Methodist Day School. and the names of the winners were announced at school on September S. In the under 8 group the first prize for a collection of pressed wild flowers was won by Malcolm Hamblin. who was pr
September 12, 1952 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England