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Tempest.

Tempest.

A thunderstorm, which was remarkable for its severity, passed over this town between two and three o'clock on Tuesday morning last. The clouds had appeared very threatening for some hours previously, and lightning could be seen at a distance, but the full force of the storm was
12 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
BOTESDALE LOCAL SUCCESS

BOTESDALE LOCAL SUCCESS

Harold E. Gurden. son of Mr and Mrs. T Gurden. Council Houses. Botesdale, and pupil of Redgrave School has passed the Bacon examination, which entitles him to attend the Eye Grammar School in September.
12 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Failed to Keop Record

Failed to Keop Record

Failed Record Fiederick James Riches. Factory Farm. Scole. w’as fined 10s for failing to keep a record in respect of a period during which OonMnoed foot ?.
12 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
DKinVADE RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL AND TIED*C(LITACfES

DKinVADE RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL AND TIED*C(LITACfES

LONG DISCI SSION AND STRONG COMMENTS MADE Th. Depwade Rural District Council met on Monday with Mr. A. R. Todd in the chair, and considered for more than an hour the report of the Rural Housing conference held at Burv St. Edmunds. The new Housing Act was attacked strongly by Mr.
12 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
BREAD

BREAD

From Good Bakers Everywhere DAREN LTD , DARTFOKD K» M
12 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
NORFOLK AND SIKFOLK JOURNAL AND DISS EXPRESS FRIDAY. AUGUST -Sth. 19:!*.

NORFOLK AND SIKFOLK JOURNAL AND DISS EXPRESS FRIDAY. AUGUST -Sth. 19:!*.

NORFOLK AND SIKFOLK JOURNAL AND EXPRESS FRIDAY. AUGUST -Sth. 19:!*. Bromeswell V Scowen b Smith J. Brown Staniforth b Smith N. Garrett b Smith C. Carter- b Chapman W Heeley run out H. Nunn b Rowe H. Overett b Rowe L. Bacon Rowe T Dickson b Murrell L. Woods not out C. Buckingham M
26 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FRAMLINGHAM

FRAMLINGHAM

COME TO CHURCH THIS SUNDAY. Church of Kurland. St. MichuH'N—Morning service 11; children’s service 2.30 p.m.; evening service 6.30; preacher, the Rev. R. H. Brandreth. Congregational Church, Fore Street Morning 10.45; evening 6.30; preacher. Mr. Fred Finbow. MetluKlist Churah, A
26 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MARLESFORD

MARLESFORD

“NEST-EGG" FOR THE CHI RCH When Mr. Howard Fletcher, the hon. organiser presented his report at the final meeting of the Marlesford Gala Fete Committee. a balance of £45 Is 9d was shown and a cheque for this amount was presented to the rector (the Rev. H. T. Stores) by Mrs. L. L
26 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
The* Funeral.

The* Funeral.

Amid everv sign of sympathy and deep respect the funeral took place at Kettlehureh on Saturday afternoon, the Rev. Wm. T. Jaye Rector of Easton, conducting a service at St. Andrew’s Church, and again officiating at the graveside. The immediate mourners present were: Mr. and Mrs.
26 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
NORTH LOPHAM THE I*ATE MRS. 11. BAKER.

NORTH LOPHAM THE I*ATE MRS. 11. BAKER.

The funeral took place on Wednesday week at the Parish Church of the late Mrs. H. Baker, who passed away on the previous Sunday morning at the age of 71 years. Mrs. Baker was much respected in the village, where she had lived all her life. The Rector, the Rev. C J. Eastwood, con
26 August 1938 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England