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SMART DISPLAY BY DEVON

SMART DISPLAY BY DEVON

IMPRESSIVE SIDE WIN OVER WILTSHIRE AT BARNSTAPLE CROWD of over a thousand saw a fine exhibition of football at Barnstaple in the Southern Counties' Amateur Championship game between Devon and Wiltshire. Devon won by five goals to four A high wind swept the ground, which was on t
31 January 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Literature Today 'As Good As Ever'

Literature Today 'As Good As Ever'

VIEW AT TORQUAY Distinguished Guests At Banquet There were many distinguished guests at the annual banquet held at the Grand Hotel, Torquay, last evening in connection witlh the annual conference of the Associated Booksellers of Great Britain and Ireland, which concluded at Torq
24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WORLD NEEDS FELLOWSHIP

WORLD NEEDS FELLOWSHIP

Methodists Can Give Lead MR. FOOT'S CALL AT LISKEARD AJR. ISAAC FOOT, vice-president the Methodist Conference, speaking at Liskeard last night to a circuit gathering in commemoration of the bicentenary of John Wesley's conversion, said the supreme responsibility of Christian peo
24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
2,000 DELEGATES VISIT TORQUAY

2,000 DELEGATES VISIT TORQUAY

Big Convention ELECTRICITY THE THEME Mayor Of Cheltenham Opens Exhibition 'JWO THOUSAND delegates, their wives, and families have arrived in Torquay for the 43rd annual convention of the Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association, which will open this morning at the Pavilion
24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MARITIME EXHIBITION

MARITIME EXHIBITION

Loan Of Suitable Items Wanted At Falmouth An appeal for the loan of exhibits for the Maritime Exhibition which is to be held at Falmouth Public Library is made by Mr. Tregoning Hooper. Prints, illustrations, paintings, or other items of special interest relating to the maritime
24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NOTES IN THE WEST

NOTES IN THE WEST

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24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SEARCH FOR FLOATING LIVE MINES

SEARCH FOR FLOATING LIVE MINES

Admiralty Sends Devonport Warship ORDERS TO SCOUR CORNISH SEAS Fishermen Alarmed At Threat To Their Boats ALARM on the part of West Cornwall fishermen, which has been growing rapidly over the week-end owing to the continued reports of live mines having been seen off The Land's E
24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LEE MOOR PROTEST

LEE MOOR PROTEST

Devon Educationists Under Fire Outcome of a protest sent to the Devon Education Committee from the annual parish meeting held last month, a parish meeting took place at Lee Moor last night. Mr. H. Osborne, chairman of Shaugh Parish Council, presided. Mr John Day, chairman of Dev
24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Accident At Cricket

Accident At Cricket

Struck in the face by a bat when playing cricket yesterday. 12-years-old Douglas Harris, of 50, St. Johns-road. Plymouth, was taken to the Prince Wales's Hospital, Greenbank-road, by the Plymouth St John Ambulance. After treatment the boy was taken home.
24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BRIDE WEARS SATIN

BRIDE WEARS SATIN

Exeter Wedding Of Former Head Master's Son Miss Madeleine Mary (Bobbie) Newton, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Newton, of 44, Archibald-road, Exeter, was married at St. David's, Exeter, on Saturday to Mr Kenneth Henry Williams, only son ot Mrs. Williams, of Newton Abbot, and t
24 May 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England