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PAGE 8 SUNDAY PICTORIAL, January 1, 1950

PAGE 8 SUNDAY PICTORIAL, January 1, 1950

1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Still the most delicious and economical way of taking nourishment, morning, noon or night. re2‘ 1 j re II clothes

Still the most delicious and economical way of taking nourishment, morning, noon or night. re2‘ 1 j re II clothes

are I c lot \ A creases • iron production • ••• • FROM CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES EVERYWHERE ''' Cho 4 •
1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHItLBLAINS CIIRLBLAINS (BROKEN OR UNBROKEN) BANISHED

CHItLBLAINS CIIRLBLAINS (BROKEN OR UNBROKEN) BANISHED

(BROKEN OR UNBROKEN) BANISHED To delay treatment means unnecessary suffering. Bathe the affected parts with warm water; after drying, apply Grasshopper Ointment, and rub well in with a gentle, circular movement. The irritation immediately s t op s and the chronic swelling and sti
1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARCHIE and ANN * * * By JON cTO HELP MUMMIE I, T EA O RN MY , LESSONS J-)

ARCHIE and ANN * * * By JON cTO HELP MUMMIE I, T EA O RN MY , LESSONS J-)

E H HAPPY NEW YEAR, ALL AND WHAT RESOLUTIONS If HAVE YOU MADE? / I'VE MADE A RESOLUTION THAT YOU'LL GIVE UP BUT I'VE SMOKING! RESOLVED TO SPEND A LOT MORE TIME AT HOME... 4 4 5 WHAT ABOUT YOUC - ... DARLING • 4 r ..EQ. TI-4E BOYS ARE HAVING A SMOKING CONCERT AN' DART MATCH TONIG
1 January 1950 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Most Glorious-Year Of Our Lives

The Most Glorious-Year Of Our Lives

FINISHED with an almost warm New Year week. It was the crowning feature of a year's remarkable weather—a year in which the sunshine records of lifetime went by the board. The temperature of 75 degrees at Kelso on April 15 was the highest in Scotland for 35 years. The absolute mi
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
POINTS POOLS CHECK

POINTS POOLS CHECK

Cope—ll2 211 2XI XXI 1 (22). 1.T.P.—211 221 221 IXI 1 (20). Littlewood—222 122 11X 21X 12 (25). Murphy—l 22 221 XIX 211 1 (22). Sherman—2l2 212 21X IXI 1 (22). Strang—2l2 211 11X 211 2 (20). Vernon—222 112 211 XXI 22 (25). Western—l 22 121 X2l IXI (21).
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Light to moderate south to southlVest winds. Mainly fair, but chance 1 rain later in north-

Light to moderate south to southlVest winds. Mainly fair, but chance 1 rain later in north-

1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FRANCIS GAY'S ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

FRANCIS GAY'S ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

THANKS TO—Trudy; Maureen, Vera, and -Sheila (Govan); Glencoe (Grangemouth) ; For Strength Restored (Old Meldrum); Seotty; Grannie (St Cyrus); M. T. (Kirkintilloch) ; Ex-Navyman; Typist (Edinburgh) ; Anonymous (Aberdeen) ; A. M'L. (Aberdeen) ; An Admirer (Ayrshire); Grannie (Jopp
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
top' with the Mght NEW YEAR IS ZERO IN BATTLE

top' with the Mght NEW YEAR IS ZERO IN BATTLE

. : tod I ASthe flames flared under a thousand crepes suzettes—where on earth, I wonder, do all those eggs come from? — and after an opening barrage of popping champagne corks, war was declared in London's Mayfair last night. The bells that rang in the New Year were the "'over-t
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England
 
THEIR IDEA OF ZILLI

THEIR IDEA OF ZILLI

The Cominform bulletin 7n BtIC rrst yesterday called Mr. ZllllaCW, M.P., a
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England