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I will now say sorry to Di and Chris they are right but in my defence I had not looked at the advert on page 1 with myself. Hope the Bar lads will forgive me for playing into the hands of the Bra wimin n second thoughts that sounds nice ;D
Just in case you can't read the writing of the next advert this is what the captions under each day say:
MONDAY: Sandwichs filled with mixture of cold mashed potato, grated cheese, chutney and chopped fresh parsley. Lettuce. Jam turnover.
TUESDAY: Turnover filled with mixture of chopped cooked beans, melted cheese, and chopped parsley, tomato. Raw cabbage salad in a screw top jar. Chocolate pinwheels.
WEDNESDAY: Potato scones filled with scrambled dried eggs, cooked mixed vegetables, and chopped parsley. Watercress. Prune dumplings.
THURSDAY: Rissoles made with cooked meat, cooked beans and mashed potato. Raw spinach and lettuce. Fruit turnovers.
FRIDAY: Soup. Sandwichs filled with scrambled dried eggs, mashed potato and chopped fried bacon. Radishes or tomatos. Lettuce.
SATURDAY: Turnover filled with sausage meat, cooked dried peas, herbs, parsley and chopped leek or onion. Raw cabbage salad in a screw top jar. Oatmeal scones and jam.
Loisand Two ads from Our Empire April 1944 and a patriotic advert for Greys Fags which was on the back cover.Bottom pic shows Suffolk St on the left and John Bright Street on the right 1946c and Greys Cigs. Ad. on the building in the middle