Monday, 19 November 2018

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THIRTY-FIVE years of work for Henley and District Agricultural Association by Dennis Ford, who for the past 15 years acted

THIRTY-FIVE years of work for Henley and District Agricultural Association by Dennis Ford, who for the past 15 years acted for the hon secretaries, Messrs Simmons & Sons, was marked on Friday last by the presentation to him of a cheque and his election as a life member of the association. This took place at the annual meeting of the association held at the White Hart Hotel, Nettlebed.

In the presence of their parents and scouters of the 1st Henley troop and the South Chiltern district, senior scouts Anthony Taylor and Stewart Woolfrey were presented with their Queen scout badges by Mr D E Davies, the district commissioner, at the scout headquarters on Tuesday evening. Anthony, of Park View, Assendon, is a pupil at Henley Grammar School. Stewart, of Vicarage Road, Henley, left the Grammar School at Christmas and is now employed as a trainee engineer with the civil engineering firm of Sydney Green. The badge is the highest badge a scout can obtain.

Clothes stolen from an unoccupied bungalow at Fawley Bottom on Tuesday were later found at Ipsden vicarage, which was also entered and ransacked while the occupiers were in a downstairs room.

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