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Script by Joan Carr-Jones
To be repeated tomorrow at 11.0 a.m. Last week Michael took Gwen out in his car for a driving lesson and Gwen drove the car into a gatepost. Michael was most annoyed and they quarrelled. Mrs. Dale discovered she had lost her ration books. Mrs. Mountford had picked them up in the grocer's and had kept them to ' teach Mrs. Dale a lesson.' Alec Dale arrived in England for the Festival. Mrs. Dale told him about the missing case and Alec sent the doctor a small, fierce dog to guard his car. Mrs. Freeman gave the dog to Maud French. When Mrs. Freeman visited Maud she found the dog being completely spoilt and during lunch it bit Mrs. Freeman's ankle. Mrs. Dale tried on last year's summer dresses and found they were all too small for her. Richard Fulton asked Sally if he might work in her cottage.


Script By: Joan Carr-Jones

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