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"Invite Overseas Visitors Into Your Homes ', urges Business Club speaker SCOTTISH ACCENT WAS BEST PASSPORT ON AUSTRALIAN TOUR PEOPLE

"Invite Overseas Visitors Into Your Homes ', urges Business Club speaker SCOTTISH ACCENT WAS BEST PASSPORT ON AUSTRALIAN TOUR PEOPLE

from overseas who are coming to this country m ever-increasing numbers may like to see our cities and cathedrals and hear about our traditions, but it is really the ordinary people they want to meet.," said Sir John IJre Primrose, former Lord Provost of Perth, in a talk on his A
6 October 1955 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MINISTER'S FATHER

MINISTER'S FATHER

At a meeting of the Ferryden and District Mission, it was decided to appoint a missionary to visit families in the parish of Craig. including Ferryden and Rossie Island, with special reference to the aged and infirm. The mission was originally formed for this purpose. In recent
6 October 1955 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
WANTED

WANTED

VASH for your old worn and torn pure KNITTED WOOLLEN GARMENTS gloves, scarves, stockings, socks, jumpers, cardigans, pullovers, sweaters, vests, pants, dresses, WHITE WOOLLEN BLANKETS, etc.—Send by post to Nathan's Marine Stores, 253-255 Cowgate, Edinburgh 1. Cash by return. La
6 October 1955 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
News

News

RIFLE CLUB WHIST WINNERS. — Winners at the Montrose Small-Bore Rifle Club's first whist drive of the season in the Orange Lane Clubrooms on Saturday night were:—Ladies-1 Mrs J. Thomson, 2 Mrs A. Mitchell, 3 Mrs L. Fraser; consolation, Miss F. Anderson. Gents-1 Mr W. D. Smith, 2
6 October 1955 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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aindlew Fodd

2 CASTLE ST., MONTROSE Telephone 130 Telephone No. 102 Write, 'phone or call D. & W. SCOTT :: TOBACCONISTS :: 102 HIGH STREET, MONTROSE RING UP MONTROSE 64 It will bring a "Standard" representative to your desk. Tell him about your printing requirements, and he will do the rest
6 October 1955 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
NEXT WEEK Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday. 10th. I Ith. 12th October— CINEMASCOPE - TECHNICOLOR PRINT VICTOR MATURE SUZAN BALL JOHN LUND

NEXT WEEK Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday. 10th. I Ith. 12th October— CINEMASCOPE - TECHNICOLOR PRINT VICTOR MATURE SUZAN BALL JOHN LUND

in Western Valley of Fury At 5.40 and 8.54 approx. (U) And MAUREEN O'HARA in LADY GODIVA OF COVENTRY Technicolor At 7.6 approx. PARAMOUNT NEWS at 8.34 approx.
6 October 1955 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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8 August 1957 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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The Snuggery Season . . • A Picnic
8 August 1957 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
A PICNIC PROBLEM SOLVED

A PICNIC PROBLEM SOLVED

A PERENNIAL problem of picnics is "stewed" tea from the vacuum flask. But, without all the paraphernalia for boiling water, how can you make fresh tasting tea? The answer is tea bags. Before leaving home, fill the vacuum flask with really boiling water straight from the kettle.
8 August 1957 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland