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... to-morrow, Thelma. How good you to send kind wishes and the splendid parcel of silver paper and milk-lops. A big thank you. Bob’s Your Uncle ! Bella Brewer. —If there was no reply under your name, Bella, the parcel was probably acknowledged under Name.” Perhaps ...

Published: Monday 02 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 554 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Protest at Baths Committee Decision

... done. Look out for your photograph in the page to-morrow. I hope you like it, and that your birthday goes with a swing. Bob’s Your Uncle. Jack Hayward.—Your photograph arrived too late for yesterday’s page, but it is printed to-day. Jack and will be sent ...

Published: Tuesday 03 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 1007 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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... greetings column, Margaret, and that you have a very happy eighth birthday. Many thanks for kind wishes. The same to you. Bob’s Your Uncle. . Peggy Dawes.— Many thanks tor the spare cigarette cards, Peggy. George managed to And all the cards except five, and ...

Published: Wednesday 04 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 759 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

... letter. I will write to Norma direct and arrange for penpals tor her friends So glad your correspondence is going well. Bob’s Your Uncle. William Nash.—The trick you describe is a good one, William, and 1 hope to publish it on this page soon. Many thanks ...

Published: Thursday 05 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 303 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SILVER PAPER. FARTHINGS, Etc

... Norman Till.—l was thrilled to receive the jolly pile of silver paper you so kindly sent, Norman. A big ’• Thank you.” Bob’s Your Uncle. Betty Wilcox.—The topping parcel of silver paper and milk-tops you sent along, Belty, filled a very large corner of ...

Published: Thursday 05 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 218 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

OUMifkay

... joined our club. Hope you like the badge and that your birthday is going with a swing. Print will be returned, of course. Bob’s Your Uncle. Joyce Hewlett.— Look out for yourself the Portrait Gallery on Monday. Joyce. Many thanks for fi Kind wishes. The same ...

Published: Friday 06 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 460 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SILVER PAPER, FARTHINGS, ETC

... silver paper and milk tops. Well done, all of you. I was very pleased, and appreciate the cheery New Year messages, too. Bob’s your uncle. Jean Isaacs.—Many thanks for the topping pile silver paper, Jean. Watch the page for the new adventures of Freddie, ...

Published: Saturday 07 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 292 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

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... Freddie and Reggie soon. Bob's Your Uncle. David Jones.—l hope you spotted yourself In the Portrait Gallery to-day, David, and I am glad that you have joined our happy ramily. I’ll return the photograph safely. Bob’s your uncle. John Foote.—George has ...

Published: Saturday 07 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 573 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

WARDENS ARE REQUESTED

... returned safely. Pleased to know you are saving sliver paper. will watch out for the parcel. Mapy thanks for kind wishes. Bob’s Your Uncle. Gloria Macey.—Am printing the photograph in the Portrait Gallery to-morrow, Gloria, and will return safely afterwards ...

Published: Monday 09 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 465 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Company. Comedy lines, with Melvyn Also Almost a

... splendid of you both to collect and send along the ripping parcel of silver paper and milk-tops. Keep up the good work. Bob’s Your Uncle. David Summers.—Many thanks for the topping parcel of silver paper, milk-tops, and cigarette cards, David. 1 will my ...

Published: Tuesday 10 January 1939
Newspaper: Bristol Evening Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: | Words: 993 | Page: 4 | Tags: none