I saw her enter another shop, baby linen
shop or some nonsense of that sort, so it was plain for what she had popped her watch; but what cared I?
His sister, Miss Graves, who kept house for him, gave up her secretaryship of the Maternity Club, which provided the pregnant poor with flannel, baby linen
, coals, and five shillings.
The new manager was a woman, a Miss Pinnock, who presided over 400 staff working in 100 departments from the basement brooms and buckets to the glories of jewellery, perfume, bedding and baby linen
Even though many years had passed, Winnie could still name many of the traders on North Ormesby Road close to her home in Stone Street, including Dale's butchers, Robinson's fish shop, Miss Riley's baby linen
, Sargent's bread and cake shop, 'Porky' Walkers, the Extension pub, Mrs Butterfield's outdoor beer-off, Clewlow's newsagents, Mr Bales the butcher, Sadlers Club and Piggot's candy store.
Later in 1953 my wife was employed by Mr Geoffrey Howell and she worked in the baby linen
department, which was next to my cabinet/furniture department.
400) baby linen
full list attached as in annexes in which indicates product and quantity.
My sister also earned 3d a week serving in a baby linen
shop after school every afternoon.
Living in Heaton and Cochrane Park all their married life, Sheila worked at Parish's on Shields Road, Byker, in the baby linen
department while Jack stayed at Wills until he retired.
IWOULD love to trace a friend who started work in 1940 at the Premier Baby Linen
, Belgrave Road.
The couple had two children, Catherine and Peter, and in 1956, Mary fulfilled an ambition by opening a baby linen
and wool shop in Ullswater Avenue, Acklam.
Leaving school at 14 she went to work in a baby linen
shop, then moved to the haberdashery department at Robinson's Emporium (now Debenhams) but was bored just standing around so moved to the restaurant.
Betty opened and ran Baby Linen
Shop in Gosford Street for 16 years.