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Lincolnshire Life Autumn, 1961 (Vol. 1, No. 3)

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    County Diary Jill Haughton's Organisers of social, sporting and general interest events are invited to submit details of forthcoming attractions for possible inclusion in this feature, to: " County Diary, " Lincolnshire Life, Humber House, Town Hall Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire. October 3 to 7 Visit of the Western Theatre Ballet to the Scunthorpe Civic Theatre. 4 to 7 Cleethopes Trade Fair at Wonderland. 6 Boston and District Flower Lovers Club hold a " Cookery-Flower Day " at the Assembly Rocms, Boston. Cookery demonstration by Mr. and Mrs. Cradock. Flower Demonstration by Miss Eleanor Shaw and Mr. Derek Bridges. 6to21 Grantham Museum-Exhibition of 19th Century book illustration (from the Victoria and Albert Museum). 8 Golf. Lincs. First Team v. Lincs. Professionals at Seacroft, Skegness. 9 Celebrity Recital by Owen Brannigan at the Theatre Royal, Lincoln. 9to14 Grimsby Photographic Society's Annual Exhibition at the Town Hall. Grimsby . 12to21 The Welland Art Society hold their Annual Show of paintings at the Assembly Rooms, Stamford. 14 Market Rasen Race Meeting, comm. 2.30 p.m. 14to17 Golf. Central England Open Mixed Foursomes at Woodhall Spa. 17to21 Lincoln Theatre Company perform " The Tiger and The Horse " at the Scunthorpe Civic Theatre. 21 Louth Parish Church-Organ Recital by Michael Nicholson, 7.30 p.m. 21 The Western Theatre Ballet visit Kitwood County Secondary Girls' School, Boston. 21to Usher Art Gallery. Lincoln. Lincolnshire 26Nov, Artists' Society Annual Exhibition. 24to28 The Stamford Gilbert and Sullivan Society perform "Iolanthe" at the Exchange Hall, Stamford. 26 "Planning Problems"-talk by Mr. J. L. Berbiers at the High School, Lindum Road, Lincoln. 26, 27 Cleethorpes Amateur Dramatic & 28 Society's production of "Bonaventure' at the Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes. 30 "The Mikado" performed by the recently-formed Scunthorpe Gilbert a Sullivan Amateur Operatic Society. Production by Radley Flynn, who was for 20 years leading bass with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. 30 Lantern Lecture on " Lincolnshire Windmills" at the Town Hall, Grimsby, by Mr. Rex Wailes F.S.A., President of the Newcomen Society for the study of the history of engineering and technology. 30 The Caryl Jenner Mobile Theatre perform " The Grass is Greener " at the Mobile Theatre. Assembyl Rooms. Boston. November 5toll Exhibition of paintings by the Abbey Group of Artists, Grimsby, held at the White Hart Hotel, Caistor. Open 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily. 7to11 Scunthorpe Civic Theatre-Lincoln Theatre Company perform "Touch of the Sun." 8 Musical Recital by the distinguished English String Quartet, at the High School, Lindum Road, Lincoln. 9, 10 Skegness Chrysanthemum Society's & 11 Annual Show at the Embassy, Skegness. 13to18 Trades Exhibition at the Embassy, Skegness. 15 Concert by John Ogden (piano) at Boston High School for Girls, Spilsby Road, Boston. 17 to Exhibition of photographs at the 2Dec. Grantham Museum. Subject-"The Glory of the Sail." 18 Stamford Cage Bird Society hold their Annual Show. 19to26 Sea Fishing Festival at the Pier, Skegness. 23 Choral Concert at the Louth Parish Church, 7.30 p.m. 28 to Lincoln Theatre Company produce a 2 Dec. specially written intimate revue at the Scunthorpe Civic Theatre. 30 Market Rasen Race Meeting, comm. 1 p.m. December 1 The Mayor of Boston's Annual Old Time Ball, Assembly Rooms, Boston. in aid of the British Empire Cancer Campaign . 2to31 The Usher Art Gallery, Lincoln, the Lincoln Salon--34th International Exhibition of Photography arranged by the Lincoln Camera Club. 11 The Civic Theatre Scunthorpe. Joint production by the Little Theatre Club and the Hospital :Players--":East Lynn." 11 The Proclamation of Beast Mart, at Boston Grammar School, South End, Boston. 14 Choral Concert at Louth Parish Church at 7.30 p.m. Louth Choral and Orchestral Society, with augmented orchestra. 15 to Grantham Museum--15th Annual Exhibition 13Jan. of work of local artists. 16 Skegness-arrival of Santa Claus at the railway station at approx. 3 p.m., followed by a drive in state down the main road, headed by the Skegness Town Band. 19to23 Scunthorpe Civic Theatre-Lincoln Theatre Company give a special performance of " Beauty and the Beast," a play specially written for children. 26&27 Market Rasen Race Meeting, comm. 12.30 p.m. each day. 28 to New Clee Methodist pantomime " Jack 6 Jan. and -Jill" at the 'Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes. 31 Exhibition Meeting of the junior section of the Lines. Naturalists Union at the Lincoln Technical College, (New Block) Cathedral Street, Lincoln, at 2.0 p.m. January 16 The Sylvan Trio at the Boston Girls' School Hall, Spilsby Road, Boston. Classified Advertisements Rate: 5/- per line FIELD AND STREAM SPORTS Visit our newly opened showroom. Over two hundred shotguns and rifles; five hundred fishing rods, reels, etc. Boats, canoes and marine equipment on show. Terms arranged on the spot. Morgans (Scunthorpe) Ltd., 24-28, High Street, Scunthorpe. Tel. 4383. SPORTING " Guns Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle; All Sports Goods-Visit The Lincolnshire Gun Co., Louth." FOR SALE Lincolnshire firm of printers, desperately short of space, have complete small-offset litho plant for sale (all equipment new 1960) suitable for large business firm, council, requiring to print their own work, e.g. top-class letterheads, business forms, invoices, illustrated catalogues brochures, etc. All equipment can be seen working. Price, installed in your works, inc. guarantee and free instruction to your operator: 1,495 or terms.-Box No. 1, Lines. Life. 44 Wellowgate, Grimsby. BEAUTY COUNSELORS Do you enjoy meeting people? Are you interested in cosmetics? Then this might be the very opportunity you have been waiting for-a part-time job with hours to suit your own convenience and all training given locally. Why not write to Mrs. Boyd or Mrs. Dransfield (see beauty counselor advert on page 45). TENNYSON AT SCHOOL--(continued from poge 15) The days which were certain to be holidays were the Saints' days. Then Alfred might join in the games, or perhaps he would sometimes have to battle with the "town louts"; but usually he preferred to wander in the hills alone or bathe in the clear brook. In later life he recorded the feelings aroused by these wanderings in exquisite poetry. Many years later, remembering that school at Louth from which he was removed in 1820 to finish his educaction at home, Tennyson said: "How I did hate that school. The only good I ever got from it was the memory of words and of an old wall covered with wild plants opposite to the school window." It was in that room that he wrote one of his memoraMe poems and, even if he had learnt nothing else, we should be grateful for the " love of words " he acquired, for without them English literature would have lost much.

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The monthly Lincolnshire Life magazine was founded in April, 1961 with the intention of championing the cause of Lincolnshire by recording its history, folklore, culture, personalities, dialect, art, etc.

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