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Old English Twelfth Night Customs: Twelfth Night Festivities will take place at Featured 00045 Print

Old English Twelfth Night Customs: Twelfth Night Festivities will take place at

Old English Twelfth Night Customs: Twelfth Night Festivities will take place at the Grosvenor House tonight in aid of the United Charities. A Badderley Cake will be cut as it has been for the past generations. Miss. Jean Elden, aged five years will act as the Spirit of Twelfth night and is to be seen mounted on the huge Cake, around which children are seen during the rehearsal. January 1944 P005014

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Stan Yates, an apprentice Mounter, The Art Reproduction, 7 Plough Place Featured 00045 Print

Stan Yates, an apprentice Mounter, The Art Reproduction, 7 Plough Place

Stan Yates, an apprentice Mounter, The Art Reproduction, 7 Plough Place, who reached the age of 21 today, gets his apprentice initiation ceremony. This consists of being pushed round the works in a wheel-barrow and smothered in glue and flour. Stan Yates has been with the firm since he was 14. July 1957 P005038

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Albert Flies to a New Life at 100: Mr. Albert Wedlake waved goodbye to Britain yesterday Featured 00045 Print

Albert Flies to a New Life at 100: Mr. Albert Wedlake waved goodbye to Britain yesterday

Albert Flies to a New Life at 100: Mr. Albert Wedlake waved goodbye to Britain yesterday (Thursday 10-2-66) and flew to America to start a new life- at the age of 100. He is going to live in Detroit with his 66-year-old son, Mr. Jim Wedlake. Five relatives who flew to Britain for Mr. Wedlakees 100th birthday traveled back with him yesterday when he left by jet from London Airport. Mr. Wedlake, of Penzance, Cornwall, was a tailor. He has lived alone for 18 years. Until recently he walked five miles every day to keep fit. Mr. Wedlake's nephew, Mr. Austin Dredge, 66, said: "The doctors say he has the constitution of a man of seventy. His one concern is whether he will be able to renew his American visa when it expires in four years time". February 1966 P004691

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