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Old Sheptonians at Re-union Dinner nPHE Old Sheptonians’ Association—old boys of the Shepton Mallet Grammar School—met for their annual re-union

Old Sheptonians at Re-union Dinner nPHE Old Sheptonians’ Association—old boys of the Shepton Mallet Grammar School—met for their annual re-union

and dinner at the Red Lion Hotel on Friday, and although still regretful over the closure of the school, which some 20 years ago was considered to be redundant, they were equally determined to keep the Association going for as long as possible. In the words of Mr. F. S. Carpente
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
M.B. —All Coaches depart from Princes Bead, Wells, times shown, and pick Cenotaph, thepton Mallet, 15 minutes later. JULY PROGRAMME

M.B. —All Coaches depart from Princes Bead, Wells, times shown, and pick Cenotaph, thepton Mallet, 15 minutes later. JULY PROGRAMME

65h. CHEDDAR GORGE BRIDGWATER and POLDEN HILLS Bth. BOURNEMOUTH BRISTOL ZOO . .. CLBVEDON and PORTISBEAD WEYMOUTH LONGLBAT and SHEARWATER 26 7 2 p.m. 10 0 9 a-m. 4/9 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 9 0 9 a-tn. 4 0 2 p.m. 8 a.m. 0 9 a.a. .. 9 a.m. -.156 9 a.m. 2,6 7 p.m. I*. 0 ajs. .v 14/8 9 a.m.
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
SIR FREDERICK BERRYMAN RECALLS EARLY DAYS (By Our Special Correspondent) The principal business debated at luesday's session of the Somerset

SIR FREDERICK BERRYMAN RECALLS EARLY DAYS (By Our Special Correspondent) The principal business debated at luesday's session of the Somerset

bounty Council at Taunton, was a reposition by the Education Comlittee to increase from 40 to 56 the umber of Major Scholarships. The finance Committee opposed this proosal, which was defeated by 43 votes 29. The opened with the election of a County Alderman to fill the place of
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
STREET v. YEOVIL.

STREET v. YEOVIL.

Street at home to Yeovil on Thursday were losers, after a very keen match, by only six shots. STREET—74. W. Miller, W. Webb. E. Parsons M. Barnes W. GUlard. J. Rutter, A. Jacobs, D. W. Gillard J. Sand ford. C. Flemington, C. Stone, J. W. Taylor G. Durston, S. Miles, L. Hooper, H
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
CHEAP RAIL TRIPS WELLS, GLASTONBURY & SHEPTON MALLET (with many bookings from surrounding stations) Date TUES., WED. & THURS., JULY

CHEAP RAIL TRIPS WELLS, GLASTONBURY & SHEPTON MALLET (with many bookings from surrounding stations) Date TUES., WED. & THURS., JULY

10. 11 & 12. SALISBURY (Races) (also to WILTON’ cheaper laics) Wells (Tucker St.) 9.5 a.m. (10/3); Wells (Priory Rd.) 9.7 a.m. (10/3); Shepton Mallet 9.20 a.m. (8/6).
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
Cricket

Cricket

EMBOROUGH V. STRATTON 2nd. Emfco.*ough winning by 72 runs. Emborough : S. Faker c Coles b Allford 29 ; R. Peacock run out 11 ; T. Brewer b Robertson 5 ; A. Kerton b Allford 4 ; H. Charles Ibw b Robertson 14 D. Wood Ibw Allford 7 V. Stockey run out ; R. Uphill c and b Robertson ;
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
RABBIT CLUB

RABBIT CLUB

A.G.M. will be held, Tuesday, July 10th, 7.30 p.m., British Legion Headquarters (Women's Section). —Advt.
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
Local Wills

Local Wills

Mrs. Annie Amelia Rugg, of Barrendown House, Shepton Mallet, who died on 30th May, 1950, intestate left £3,376 11s. 7d. gross, £3,331 3s. 2d. net value. Letters of administration have been granted to her son William J. Rugg, of the same address the only person entitled to the es
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
RETURN OF THANKS

RETURN OF THANKS

Mr. F. Bobbett and Valerie wish to thankrelatives and friends for expressions of sympathy and for floral tributes in their sad bereavement; also the doctors and nurses of Wells Cottage Hospital. Please accept this acknowledgement for many letters received. 14246 Mr. and Mrs. R.
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
GREAT CARPET SALE (FOR ONE DAY ONLY) NEW AND SLIGHTLY SOILED WILTON AND AXMINSTER CARPETS sizes ranging from 9ft x

GREAT CARPET SALE (FOR ONE DAY ONLY) NEW AND SLIGHTLY SOILED WILTON AND AXMINSTER CARPETS sizes ranging from 9ft x

6ft. to 15ft. x 12ft., Assorted Colours and Designs for Bedrooms, Dining Rooms and Lounge. Also Special Offer of slightly damaged, l>est quality INDIAN CARPETS in all sizes and colours. To l« sold at Greatly Reduced Prices. Also limited quantity of mis-fit Carpets in sizes lift,
06 July 1951 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England