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LAVENDA

LAVENDA

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1 January 1950 - Britannia and Eve - London, London, England
 
dreft

dreft

draft SENSATIONAL WASHING DISCOVERY! fxsm, (TUrl jgfi FAMOUS FASHION MODEL I I pj 0 v -y te||s how DREFT washed newness into this once-discarded jumper! "Thisjumperhadgradually 'OROTHY CUFF fashion model and Sot matted and thickened housewife, says,"Now I've seen formyself by orf
1 January 1950 - Britannia and Eve - London, London, England
 
Sims

Sims

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1 January 1950 - Britannia and Eve - London, London, England
 
NEW WORDS FOR NEW TIMES

NEW WORDS FOR NEW TIMES

The grand staircase has gone the way of the grand manner, escalator is the word today. And schweppervescence too. Schweppes quietly lending its name to the language concentrates on proving that whether we walk or ride upstairs schweppervescence lasts the whole drink through.
1 January 1950 - Britannia and Eve - London, London, England
 
BIRD'S CUSTARD

BIRD'S CUSTARD

ft CliewyBostets Fill short crust cases with a little jam and *i a lot of double-thick custard and here's the trick The custard must be as creamy, as colourful, as llavourful as only BirtFs can make it. Use angelica for handles i and cherries for decoration. i iffl^ Rto0, I Party
1 January 1950 - Britannia and Eve - London, London, England
 
Liveliest Hogmanay For Years

Liveliest Hogmanay For Years

EXILES FLOCK HOME MERRY MIDNIGHT SCENES MANY ON MOUNTAIN TOPS JYjILLIONS of midnight revellers greeted 1950 with dancing, songs, feasting and fire-crackers. It was a wave of celebration worthy of the first year of a new half-century. Overseas calls poured into Scotland with gree
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Amethyst Hero Promoted

Amethyst Hero Promoted

Lieut. - Commander John Simon Kerans, D.5.0., who commanded H.M.S. Amethyst in her epic dash down the Yangtse, has been promoted to commander. The Admiralty announces this today.
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Sheriff Scorns Psychiatrist's Plea

Sheriff Scorns Psychiatrist's Plea

FOR YOUNG MAN CHARGED WITH FRAUD Psychiatrists are trying to control the course of the law the exercise of its plain duty." So said Sheriff James Gilchrist in Edinburgh Sheriff Court yesterday. He hearing a case in which a young man, Donald M'Laughlin Smith, who lost a leg in th
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FOUR FINE CAMP FRACAS

FOUR FINE CAMP FRACAS

Ar result of what was described as a general melee at the camp at Glentarsan Hydro-Electric Scheme, four labourers em ployed there appeared Dunoon Sheriff Court yesterday. Charles Sweeney, William Eccles, and George Dick admitted fighting with each other and creating a breach of
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
A NIGHT THEY'LL A' REMEMBER

A NIGHT THEY'LL A' REMEMBER

An Aberdeenshire couple, Mr and Mrs William Ross, 7 Kemney Road, Port Elphinstone, Inverurie, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and Hogmanay last night with a family gathering at their home. They were married at East Leylodge. Kintore, on December 30, 1899, but delayed t
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland