The title font on that 1956 Newport County programme is rather unusual for the 1950s and, as a whole, the cover is more enticing than those of ten years later (even though the font remains the same).
Councillor Jones JP as chairman. I hope it was all above board and there were no funny handshakes. Those were the days when South Wales councils were often known as the "Taffia".
Mention of a young lad called Graham Reynolds making his debut. His career path sounds more like a rugby player: Exeter University, Glamorgan cricket, a career in teaching. He had a second stint at Newport in the mid 1960s and is mentioned in the other programmes posted by Timbo.
Eric Webber is described as "genial" and it's reported he has to "rely chiefly on local talent". A slight exaggeration perhaps.
Lloyd Lewis of the News of the World was there. Journalists names were often used in that way in newspaper adverts. You wonder what Lloyd did the rest of the week.