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SUBSCRIPTIONS POUR IN TO

SUBSCRIPTIONS POUR IN TO

Country Fair swells fund for Stafford Community Centie Uoaettlec! weather Saturday was blamed for the absence of about 50 per cent, of the expected attendance at Stafford North End Community Association’s Country Fair at Holmcroft Schools, and the equivalent drop In tadtlng? Abo
June 27, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BOXALL’S GARAGE

BOXALL’S GARAGE

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June 27, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
SQUIBBET By NELSON DAVIS smiled. “You couldn’t have asked anyone better than me." he said. “Why?" asked Belinda Bantam. **

SQUIBBET By NELSON DAVIS smiled. “You couldn’t have asked anyone better than me." he said. “Why?" asked Belinda Bantam. **

Because I ran away." said Squibbet. ’’ and 1 found the best place in The World to run away toT "Where is that?" asked Belinda “Tuppenny’s farm.” said Squibbet. Who is Tuppenny?" asked Belinda “ She's a little eirl and she loves all animals and birds." said Squibbet. Do you think
June 27, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
STAFTORTCHraE AD\*ERTTSER June 27, 1952 rj 3 :rr..A classic a TWIN SET PLEA Certainly Madam! Froi the latest Marriner fas!

STAFTORTCHraE AD\*ERTTSER June 27, 1952 rj 3 :rr..A classic a TWIN SET PLEA Certainly Madam! Froi the latest Marriner fas!

ion leaflets we recom- mend this twin set featured in Leaflet No. 123. Instructions are given for sizes ■ 36' & 38'. Easy to Kni in Marrincr’s Heritage - or Halyard 3 ply. IT PAYS TO KNIT WITH '' v | k "OOLS EVERY TIME YOUR SUMMER JUMPER will take 2J to 3J ozs of FINESSA WOOL [S
June 27, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
WIFE A USEFUL PROD’

WIFE A USEFUL PROD’

There was, of course, lack ct interest, he said, though a wife could provide a useful prod in the right direction, and appreciation of one's efforts helped too. The convention was presided over by Mrs Ronald Ccpeland. who said that the thing she admired most about the federation
June 27, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BURTON-ON-TRENT

BURTON-ON-TRENT

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June 27, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Furth tained Offices, from as Morgan Stafferand Co ford, a: Picker;: sage. £ Evan F Bernde

Furth tained Offices, from as Morgan Stafferand Co ford, a: Picker;: sage. £ Evan F Bernde

June 27, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BIRTHDAY HONOURS:

BIRTHDAY HONOURS:

STAFFS. AWARDS MBE for Tory worker (85) well-known Staffordshire people, including a county councillor, the chief officer of Wolverhampton Fire and Ambulance Service, and a former deputy Chief Constable are included in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Mr. A. Maddock. Trentham,
June 6, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BURST INTO TEARS

BURST INTO TEARS

When it was stated that Harold Tappers wife was critically 111, accused burst Into tears. Sentencing Tapper, the Recorder. Mr. Max Holdsworth. said he did not for a moment overlook the fact that Tapper was a good family man and a good husband, nor that he wasin trouble over his
June 6, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
SPIRIT IN INDUSTRY

SPIRIT IN INDUSTRY

"This is socially true of the world of industry, with its complex web of relationships—directors, managers, foremen, shop stewards, and all the workers of every grade and kind,” he said For the steady improvement in these relationships we could not be thankful enough.. There wer
June 6, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England