Western Mail, Thursday 12 October 1933, page 2
Sergeant Red had religious leanings that he did not unnecessarily force on others. In addition, he was very just, and in all his dealings gave everybody a fair go. It fell to Nugget, however, to add a. fresh bouquet to his otherwise long list. .
Nugget had teen transferred to another platoon, and his complaints regarding his new associates eventually reached the ears of the platoon officer, who asked him why he wanted to be sent tack- to his old mob.
"I don't mind this platoon as far as the boys are concerned," replied Nugget, "but I have no time for a platoon where the N.C.O.'s aren't religious. The blanks pinch a man's blanky rum!"-