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  • Contents Page 02

    Page 1
    Page 21
    Dahlias at Duhvich
    Page 30
    Seven Kings
    Page 35
    A Gift of Cheese
    Page 36
    Area Cricket Finals
    Page 39
    Office and Warehouse Space
    Page 45
    Staff Movements and Promotions
    Letters and contributions are invited...

  • Lewisham 03

    Opened September 20th LEWISHAM A survey of preparations for opening J.S. latest and Europe's largest all-food self-service shop 132 Lewisham High Street is the biggest shop yet built by J.S. It is the biggest all-food...

  • Dahlias at Dulwich 29

    First, second and third prizes for dahlias at the Horticultural Show at Dulwich. Winners were Mr. L. S. Higgs, Miss Stewart and Mr. G. Thain in that order. A general view of the display. In the centre, Mr. Bastie, Secretary ...

  • Seven Kings 31

    Above: The new shop front at our rebuilt Seven Kings branch. Right: Mr. W. J. Theobald, Manager of Seven Kings. Mr. Hill, head butcher at Seven Kings, at work on the new table. gets its name, according to local...

  • A Gift of Cheese 37

    OCTOBER 6th, SUNDAY. 1799 We breakfasted, dined, &c. again at home. Andrew Spraggs brought a Box for me this Morning to my House, which he brought Yesterday from Norwich, in which was a fine large Somersett Cheese, a present...

  • Area Cricket Finals 38

    played at Dulwich on Sunday August 28th Above: Bell of Mill Hill and Stephens of Edgware opened the batting for Mr. Hedges' Area. Below: The winning team with the Area Cup. Back row (1. to r.): Messrs. Chenery (umpire),...

  • Office and warehouse space expanding at Blackfriars 40

    Above and opposite are pictures of developments at Blackfriars where work continues on the recently acquired premises at Tress House and the adjoining property. The excavation opposite is down to dry old river mud in places. It...

  • Mr. John at home 46

    ^ 1? , me- W h e n a g r o u P of J'S' veterans spent the day wxth Mr. John at his home, on August 3rd, this photograph was taken by Mr. W. Harrison, one of the visitors. When the Lewisham shop opened on September 20th, Mr....

  • Staff Movements and Promotions 47

    IP'e arc pleased to record the following promotions .*--—
    C. Goodman
    O. Phillips
    The following transfers
    MAN.\GI:MI;NT :
    T. A, Reeve
    A. Booth

  • Congratulations 48

    CONGRATULATIONS and best wishes to:—
    Miss Hodson, an Auditor, who completed 40 years' service on October 8th
    1955. .

  • Goring Road 48

    At Goxing Road, West Worthing, J.S. staff line up for their photograph.
    Manager, in the centre, is Mr. L. Warwick.

  • Marriages 48

    Very best wishes for their future happiness to :—
    Miss F. M. MacQuillan of Stockwell and Mr. R. D. Hasted of the Works
    Dept. Miss P. Fitzmaurice of East Finchley and Mr. A. Tuck of...

  • News of J.S. Staff on National Service 49

    The following are extracts from some of the letters we have received from our men on
    National Service since our last publication :—
    G. PORTERFIELD, Edmonton. Korea (Army). Should now be...

  • Obituary 49

    Mr. M. F. Bond of the Transport Dept., who joined the firm in 1951 and
    died suddenly on September 22nd in Eastbourne Hospital after delivering
    to Seaford Branch. We extend our deepest sympathy to Mrs. Bond and...

  • Tottenham 49

    Tottenham went off to Margate on August 14th, and in spite of
    some rain on the way down they had a dry day from lunchtime
    onwards. Unanimously agreed that the best of times was had by

  • Steam Heat for Tress House 51

    This ditch cut across Rennie Street will take pipes to carry steam heat from the factory boiler house to the new warehouse and office premises at Wakefield and Tress houses