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ORDER MADE.

ORDER MADE.

An application was made at Glastonbury Petty Sessions last week by Mrs, Margarite Cook, of Butleigh, in respect of herself and her five-year-old child, Shirley Anne. The wife alleged desertion by her husband, Roland Frank Cook, of the Pollards,” Benedict-street, Glastonbury. The
07 November 1952 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
EVERCREECH B.L. WOMEN’S SECTION. The annual meeting of the Ever* creech branch British Legion (Women Section) was held at their

EVERCREECH B.L. WOMEN’S SECTION. The annual meeting of the Ever* creech branch British Legion (Women Section) was held at their

headquarters on Monday, 27th Oct. There was a good attendance. Mrs. Harris, chairman, presided and welcoming those present, she expressed her thanks to the members who had worked so well during the past year for the benefit of the Section. The treasurer's accounts and secretary'
07 November 1952 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
Coming Events Announcements under this heading 3/6 for 30 word, I additional words 2d. per word.' all announcements MUST BE

Coming Events Announcements under this heading 3/6 for 30 word, I additional words 2d. per word.' all announcements MUST BE

PREPAID
07 November 1952 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
THIS DAY, FRIDAY. SHEPTON REPOSITORY IfING, MILES & CO. will hold their weekly Fatstock Collection for the Ministry of Food

THIS DAY, FRIDAY. SHEPTON REPOSITORY IfING, MILES & CO. will hold their weekly Fatstock Collection for the Ministry of Food

at 10.30 a.m., THIS DAY, FRIDAY, 7th NOVEMBER, together with their usual fortnightly Sale at 12, noon, of STORE CATTLE. BARRENERS AND YOUNG STOCK ;
07 November 1952 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
Sales by Auction

Sales by Auction

07 November 1952 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
In aid of Cancer Campaign and Local Charities WELLS CARNIVAL DANCE will be held in the Cave Man Restaurant CHEDDAR

In aid of Cancer Campaign and Local Charities WELLS CARNIVAL DANCE will be held in the Cave Man Restaurant CHEDDAR

8 p.m.—l a.m. Friday, November 7th Admission 3/- Licence Applied For :; Buffet Jack Steeds and His Band The Carnival Queen. Princesses and Attendants will be present at this Dance
07 November 1952 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
£ vv V V V ? Have you seen the selection of inexpensive and distinctive Christmas! Carts also a fine

£ vv V V V ? Have you seen the selection of inexpensive and distinctive Christmas! Carts also a fine

selection of Private (Greeting Carts (Orders Executed Promptly) Now on Show at CLARE, SON & Co., Ltd. 9, High Street, WELLS 'Phone sum-* «; #:
07 November 1952 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
Blossom by Lockinge Oak Apple 263D3

Blossom by Lockinge Oak Apple 263D3

Please Note. —These good Young Breeding Horses are of the finest quality, with the best of limbs, and little hair. This Stud has been running for the last 46 years. For all particulars apply to Owner, J. HARRISON, Portman Hotel, PYLLE. TO ALL GARDENERS. Keep your LAWNS & GARDENS
25 March 1938 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
SHBPTON •AY, MARCH Sa, 1938. SOMERSET FARMERS AND CIDER APPLE PRICES. Agreement Repudiated. On Saturday, at Taunton, Somerset branch of

SHBPTON •AY, MARCH Sa, 1938. SOMERSET FARMERS AND CIDER APPLE PRICES. Agreement Repudiated. On Saturday, at Taunton, Somerset branch of

the National Farmers’ Union, through their Executive, decided to repudiate an agreement made between the Union and the National Association of Cider makers. It set up a fixed mipimum price of £3/10/- per ton for cider apples for the next five years, compared with £4 a toaJomd la
25 March 1938 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
FROME. CAUGHT FIRE WHILE WAITING TO HEAR RADIO. Two months after his admission to the Frome Victoria Hospital suffering from

FROME. CAUGHT FIRE WHILE WAITING TO HEAR RADIO. Two months after his admission to the Frome Victoria Hospital suffering from

severe bums, Kenneth Williams (23), son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Williams, of Keyford, Frome, died on Tuesday. Waiiams had come downstairs after retiring to bed, in order that he might listen to a broadcast on the Farr-Braddock fight, on the night of January 21st. When his clothes
25 March 1938 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England