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ENTERTAINMENTS

ENTERTAINMENTS

TIIEATRK ROYAL The Young Vie Company, who are Exeter again, are as accomplished and slick a comoany as ever before This time they are presenting Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Black Arrow" three days this week, and Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice " on the other days. The Black A
01 December 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
NO GOOD LAND FOR TIMBER

NO GOOD LAND FOR TIMBER

South Molton Farmers Reassured a meeting of South Molten branch the National Farmers' Union, on Thursday last. apprehensions by the farming j community that the Forestry Commission contemplated using good agricultural land for tree-planting were removed by Mr. A. H. Propert, Chi
01 December 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WEDDING

WEDDING

The wedding took place in St. Petrock's Church. South Brent, on Saturday between Mr. Robert Alan Newman (e!de6t son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman, of St. Michael's, South Brent) and Miss Elaine Jones (second daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. Jones, of Chappie-street, Buckfastleigh). Rev.
01 December 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ANNUAL DINNER

ANNUAL DINNER

Dawlish Hard Courts Tennis Club Dawlish Hard Courts Tennis Club's annual dinner was attended by many guests, including the Chairman of the U.D.C. Parks Committee (Councillor R. F. Short) and Mrs. Short, and the Vicar (the Rev. W. H. Croft) and Mrs. Croft. Replying to the toast T
01 December 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE PERFECT XMAS GIFT! Our " HILMUR Pencil Box is NOT Just a school necessity. but * delightful present for

THE PERFECT XMAS GIFT! Our " HILMUR Pencil Box is NOT Just a school necessity. but * delightful present for

all children- Just a few outstanding attractions are • 1— child's name engraved in an- ** tive gilt lettering on lid 2 Novel ball catch mechanism snap closing of lid . Choice of 5 lovely colours for no* Pink, natural, blue, red or epn -, Amazingly low price. 56. post Send P.O. t
01 December 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WEST ANSTEY ROADS

WEST ANSTEY ROADS

'UNWORTHY CENSURE' COMPLAINT AT yesterday's meeting of South Molton Rural Council Mr. F. K. James, representative for West Anstey. branded as " a very distinct and unworthy censure on a member who had been doing his duty " a recommendation of the Highways Committee expressing th
17 November 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MANY MEMBERS HAVE NOT PAID

MANY MEMBERS HAVE NOT PAID

Axminster British Legion Out of a total of about 340. the Axminster branch of the British Legion have 107 members who have not paid their subscriptions. At the annual meeting on Monday the Treasurer (Mr. A. Pape) said that the number had increased since last year. He asked Legio
17 November 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LOSS TO BUCKFAST ABBEY

LOSS TO BUCKFAST ABBEY

Death Of Father C. M. Hauler The death took place at Buckfast Abbey on Friday of the Rev. Charles Mellitus Hauler, 0.5.8., at the age f 77, c had bGen unwell for some time. The deceased was one of the pillars of the restoration of the Abbey, and worked extremely herd from the ti
17 November 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ASHBURTON'S HOUSES

ASHBURTON'S HOUSES

"MANY UNFIT LIVE IN" "\I~ANY of Ashburton"s houses are riot fit to live in the Urban Council were told on Tuesday. The Chairman (Mrs. A. Jones) said some were so damp that toadstools sprouted through the floorboards. Mr. E. Tucker urged the council to put a stop to people taking
17 November 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BRITISH LEGION IS A GREAT BROTHERHOOD

BRITISH LEGION IS A GREAT BROTHERHOOD

HTHE Earl of Devon, president of the Kenton and Powderham branch of the British Legion, replied to the toast of the British Legion at the annual Armistice dinner on Saturday in the Victory Hall, Kenton. Communism must be fought, Lord Devon told a crowded hall. The British Legion
17 November 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England