Nostalgia: Exmouth woman receives condolences from the King and Queen

PUBLISHED: 16:28 01 December 2017 | UPDATED: 16:28 01 December 2017

Making the news in the Exmouth Journal on this week in 1944. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-1.  Picture: Journal Archives

Making the news in the Exmouth Journal on this week in 1944. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-1. Picture: Journal Archives

Picture: Journal Archives

From the War Journals: Making the news in the Exmouth Journal on this week in 1944.

Exmouth Journal, printed November 25, 1944. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-2.  Picture: Journal Archives Exmouth Journal, printed November 25, 1944. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-2. Picture: Journal Archives

Majesties the King and Queen have given their condolences and sympathy to Mrs Barrett whose husband was reported missing from operational duties with the Royal Air Force last April.

Also in the news: Exmouth cafe owner, James Robert Feather, was fined £1 for a light being left on after an assistant had been to the top of the building with some books and must of left the light on.

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More: Each week we bring you clippings taken from the Journal, printed on this week in 1944. To see more from the War Journal archives, join our Facebook nostalgia group, Devon Memories.

Crisis Clippings: Family receive condolences from the King and Queen. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-3.  Picture: Journal Archives Crisis Clippings: Family receive condolences from the King and Queen. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-3. Picture: Journal Archives

Heaven. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-6.  Picture: Journal Archives Heaven. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-6. Picture: Journal Archives

Exmouth goes up two places in savings league. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-8.  Picture: Journal Archives Exmouth goes up two places in savings league. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-8. Picture: Journal Archives

The British Legion are alarmed. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-13.  Picture: Journal Archives The British Legion are alarmed. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-13. Picture: Journal Archives

Deep regret over book light. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-15.  Picture: Journal Archives Deep regret over book light. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-15. Picture: Journal Archives

Lucky eggs raise funds for St. John Ambulance. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-11.  Picture: Journal Archives Lucky eggs raise funds for St. John Ambulance. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-11. Picture: Journal Archives

Budleigh's weekly savings. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-9.  Picture: Journal Archives Budleigh's weekly savings. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-9. Picture: Journal Archives

Wanted: a medium-sized silver-plated or silver teapot. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-5.  Picture: Journal Archives Wanted: a medium-sized silver-plated or silver teapot. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-5. Picture: Journal Archives

Say Say "A happy Christmas" with savings. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-4. Picture: Journal Archives

Thanks from fire guard. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-7.  Picture: Journal Archives Thanks from fire guard. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-7. Picture: Journal Archives

Food Facts: Frozen cod fillets are a good buy. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-16.  Picture: Journal Archives Food Facts: Frozen cod fillets are a good buy. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-16. Picture: Journal Archives

Immunisation is free of charge at St Peter's School, Budleigh. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-14.  Picture: Journal Archives Immunisation is free of charge at St Peter's School, Budleigh. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-14. Picture: Journal Archives

Exchange and Mart idea a success for stamp club. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-12.  Picture: Journal Archives Exchange and Mart idea a success for stamp club. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-12. Picture: Journal Archives

Advert: Custard and jellies from Pearce Duff's. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-10.  Picture: Journal Archives Advert: Custard and jellies from Pearce Duff's. Ref exe War Journals Nost 25-11-1944-10. Picture: Journal Archives

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