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MAYOR AND MAYORESS MAKE FIRST

MAYOR AND MAYORESS MAKE FIRST

PURCHASES. The Mayor and the Mayoress made the first purchases at the W.V.S. Gift Shop which was opened in Wells Saturday afternoon.. A large variety articles stocked the shelves and as result of the venture the Mayor’s British Red Cross fund is likely to receive substantial ben
December 12, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
COMMUNAL FEEDING CENTRE

COMMUNAL FEEDING CENTRE

The first annual meeting of the Communal Feeding Centre was held at the Town Hall recently. Mrs. Melrose, in the chair, thanked all the voluntary helpers for their hard work during the year and stated that 19,884 6d. dinners, 9,698 4d. dinners, 23,391 puddings, 8,289 cups of tea
December 12, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
FARRINGTON MARKET.

FARRINGTON MARKET.

LIN MAN & MILES, F.A.I. will hold thtf' above on MONDAY NEXT, Dec. loth, 1941 at 12 o’clock, of 68 MILK AND STORE CATTLE. STORE SHEEP, PIGS and WEANLING CALVES. POULTRY,- GENERAL PRODUCE, DEAD STOCK, etc Hen Eggs accepted for Grading Station. Also at approximately 2.30 p.m., bel
December 12, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
FOR HIRE

FOR HIRE

pAR FOR HlRE.—Apply Sun Inn, Wells. Phone W ells 305. COMING EVENTS Friday, Dec. 12th—Concert by the Spot' lights” in the Jubilee Hall, Ditcheatat 7.45 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13th—Carol singing at St. Cuthbert’s Churchroom, Priest Row, 3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 15th—R.A.O.C. Dance at the
December 12, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
WAR WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN MEN and WOMEN not engaged on work of National importance are invited to apply

WAR WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN MEN and WOMEN not engaged on work of National importance are invited to apply

to the Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes for details of war work available in South- Western England ir Army and Air Force Canteens in the following positions— Canteen Managers and Manageresses Men and Women are also required as Cooks Counter Assistants General Assistants Kitc
December 12, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET & WEST OF ENGLAND ADVERTISER FROME, SHEPTON MALLET,

SOMERSET & WEST OF ENGLAND ADVERTISER FROME, SHEPTON MALLET,

Derek Oldham Sang at White House.
September 5, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
20-A-DAY TARGET

20-A-DAY TARGET

Twenty recruits a day is the target for the A.T.S. recruiting drive which opened in the West Country this week. The drive is being run by the War Office, the Ministry of Labour and the Ministry of Information. Remarkable progress has been made in the development of the numbers a
September 5, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
WESTBURY-SUB-MENDIP.

WESTBURY-SUB-MENDIP.

FOR RED CROSS FUND. As the result of the dance held in the New Hall, the sum of 3s. Od. was realised for the Red Cross Agriculture Fund. Mr. O. S. Hicks, of Cheddar was the organiser.
September 5, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
REGISTRATIONS

REGISTRATIONS

Men born between July Ist and December 31st, 1922 will register for military service on Saturday next, September 6th. On Saturday last women born in 1915 were required to register for national service, and eighty signed on at the Wells Labour Exchange. SOMERSET VICAR’S WILL. The
September 5, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
THE FIRE BRIGADE

THE FIRE BRIGADE

The Town Clerk reported the receipt of a letter from the Home Office intimating that the Secretary of State under the powers conferred upon him by Regulation II of the National Fire Service (General) Regulations 1941, had fixed the appointed day for the transfer of personnel and
September 5, 1941 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England