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❮Reading❯ ➻ Maureens story Individual stories from THE SWEETHEARTS Book 5 Author Lynn Russell – Sro-spb.pro This is Maureen’s story one of five stories extracted from THE SWEETHEARTSWhether in wartime or peace tales of love laughter and hardship from the girls in the Rowntrees factory in Yorkshire“MaureThis is Maureen’s story one of five stories extracted from THE SWEETHEARTSWhether in wartime or peace tales of love laughter and hardship from the girls in the Rowntrees factory in Yorkshire“Maureen started work at Rowntree’s on her fifteenth birthday in April 1959 and remembers being the only one in the entire workforce who was wearing ankle socks But she soon settled in and on Saturday afternoons Maureen and the rest of the girls would go into town – 'I really liked the fashions then and used to love getting dressed up in those days We wo.

Re stockings and suspenders stilettos and we always wore gloves usually white ones and shoes and handbag to match We all wore skirts under our overalls and hooped petticoats My digs were just over the bridge from Rowntree’s and the boys used to love watching me run down the bridge in the morning I was never late for work but I usually cut it pretty fine and often had to run the last couple of hundred yards The hoops would ride up while I was running so there’d be a lot of wolf whistles from the boys’”From the 1930s through to the 1980s as B.

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