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F° um c I NEMA CAFE BATH 496 Z

F° um c I NEMA CAFE BATH 496 Z

November 2, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
DON SCAMMELL & SONS THE ISLAND, MID SOMER NORTON HOME FURNISHERS & CARPET SPECIALISTS NEW STORE NOW OPEN at THE

DON SCAMMELL & SONS THE ISLAND, MID SOMER NORTON HOME FURNISHERS & CARPET SPECIALISTS NEW STORE NOW OPEN at THE

ISLAND MIDSOMER NORTON Telephone MIDSOMER NORTON 3324. OAKHILL 366 Special offer for seven days only — NEW AXMINSTER CARPET with a three years written guarantee FREE with each purchase of a bedroom suite or three piece suite (genuine offer—no catch) FELT EASE LINO sq vd CONGOLEU
November 2, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
J. DIFAZIO MOTOR-CYCLES Ariels 1 B.S.A Herten Barnett Triumats Mende MOTOR-CYCLES Lambrette 1 U.S.A. Tina 1 SCOOTERS a SECON DH

J. DIFAZIO MOTOR-CYCLES Ariels 1 B.S.A Herten Barnett Triumats Mende MOTOR-CYCLES Lambrette 1 U.S.A. Tina 1 SCOOTERS a SECON DH

A N DS 1962 Triumph Tana Scooter BO 1960 Ariel A, aow 25oec 1960 Lembrette TVI7S 1960 B.S.A. Sunbeam 250 cc 1 Scooter 1 959 aea Royal 350 cc 1959 USA. Bit : 1 5oec 1951 U.S.A. D.,ndy 70 Matchless UV 500ec Twin 90 U.S.A. ("old btar Clubmini 350 cc 1 957 U. A. D 3 Mace 1955 111.11
November 2, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
RADSTOCK Two superior Ireehold SITES In elevated poaltion Main services No road charges PRICE tko two

RADSTOCK Two superior Ireehold SITES In elevated poaltion Main services No road charges PRICE tko two

November 2, 1962 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
MELLS THE LATE MR. H. LOVE

MELLS THE LATE MR. H. LOVE

The death occurred on Novevnber 17th, at the age of 67 of Mr. Hugh (Bert) Love, after a long illness. He served his country during the 1914-18 war, and was in his younger Idays a valuable member of the IMells Football Club. He actively supported most of the social amenities of t
November 29, 1957 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
Guild Badge Presented

Guild Badge Presented

Mrs. Ft. Mats presided at .he Outld meet Mg. in the VL'emf-v Schoolroom, which was de‘oied io Overseas Missions. The speaker was the Rev Maurice Hillier, who recently returnr6 from missionsxy work in the Le(- ward Islands. The talk was :I.us with beautiful sl:des. Mr. Sidney But
November 29, 1957 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
PRODUCTION DRAMATIC But First Night Support Poor

PRODUCTION DRAMATIC But First Night Support Poor

WHERE was the audience? The TT cast was there, the back-stage staff, the doorman and the programme sellers, but . . . For the first time in their long history, Midsomer Horton Players played to an expanse of empty chairs. The Church Institute in Road, Midsomer Norton. had only 1
November 29, 1957 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
STOKE ST. MICHAEL W.I.

STOKE ST. MICHAEL W.I.

The November meeting of Stoke St. Michael Women's Institute was held at the Memorial Hall. Mrs. Cullen presiding. The minutes were read by Mrs. S. Stock in the !absence e the secretary. Mrs. R. Francis. who is in hospital. A septisfaotory financial report ; was given by Mrs. A.
November 29, 1957 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
METHODIST CHURCH

METHODIST CHURCH

A successful bazaar and concert was held at Westdeld Methodist Church on Saturday. The bazaar was opened by Mrs. A. S. Francis, of Stoke St. Michael, who was introduced by the chairman (the Rev. D. L. Collings). A bouquet was presented to Mrs. Francis by Judith Astunan. Business
November 29, 1957 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
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November 29, 1957 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England