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KEEPING DAD HAPPY

KEEPING DAD HAPPY

The days when the man of the house returned :o his - castle" at the end of a working day, to And his slippers on :he hearth rug, a hot meal on the table and with the thought of a lazy evening ■head, are not so frequent as they used to be. Nowadays he rushes home to get on with t
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Windom; 2. N. Williams: 3. Mrs. D. Jones: 3. P. 'ball; turnips: I. 0. Gregson: 2. G. T. Pritchard; small

Windom; 2. N. Williams: 3. Mrs. D. Jones: 3. P. 'ball; turnips: I. 0. Gregson: 2. G. T. Pritchard; small

I M. Jones; bowl of dahlias: 1. P. L. Gillum:: 2. M. Williams; green pom-pom: 1, G. T. Pritchard; 3. B. Roberts; 2, Reddrop; 3. T. Portlock• cabbage: 1. W. Harvey: 3. H. Law: Clemson; mixed: 1. H Powell; 2. W. bowl of mixed cut flowers: 1. red cabbage: 3. G. Oillam• cauli- R. Pa
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MR. R. B. DIACK AND MISS I. H. GREEN

MR. R. B. DIACK AND MISS I. H. GREEN

At St. Mark's Church. Saltney. on Saturday. Rev. S. J. Molina ofSciating, Miss Ivy Heron Green. of 44. Hough Green. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green, I, Lozdale-drive. Whitby, Ellesmere Port. was married to Mr. Ronald Beaumont Diack, son of Mr and Mrs. E. Diack. 10S, Menzies-r
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MINISTER'S ATTITUDE

MINISTER'S ATTITUDE

Official protest advocated A protest should be sent by Chester City Educio.ou Committee to Sir Edward Boyle, Minister of Educati on about his recently expressed views on chastity, suggested Mis; Mary Heaney at the meeting of the Committee at the Town Hall on Tuesday. Mr. J. H. G
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
VOUNG Lady Cashier requtred.— Apply Burton Tailoring. 113. rnregaste Street. Chester. 3812

VOUNG Lady Cashier requtred.— Apply Burton Tailoring. 113. rnregaste Street. Chester. 3812

13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Situations Vacant GOOD home offered to lady willing to look after elderly lady (not invalid) in return for light duties:

Situations Vacant GOOD home offered to lady willing to look after elderly lady (not invalid) in return for light duties:

plain ewolillvd; help given; salary v 711, Observer; Chester. 31143
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
11. WHITIM ROAD. ELLESMERE

11. WHITIM ROAD. ELLESMERE

WHITIM ROAD. ELLESMERE MKT le. ELL. 2426. 1.162. NEW CHESTER RO %STitAll IT.. £AS 24641
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
wr"v-lOLINE

wr"v-lOLINE

3. Wiwi SGS, KING ST.. I accommodation t i!s or without ~r kut. Telephone Geoffrey Reed 'pestet 21011 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT. IND NOTICE UNDER SECTION Ib PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT 17//VERT6I4 QUARRY. WHLTCHURCH ROAD. WAVERTON •°TICE is hereby given that appliil cation is being
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SOLDIERS AT THE BALL

SOLDIERS AT THE BALL

Engagement of band provokes protest THE WAR OFFICE is making inquiries into a probed by the Musicians' Union against the decision of the York and Regiment's dance band to play at Chester Press SAM October. An official of the Musicians' Union said on Thursday that no decision had
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESHIRE LEAD IN FARM APPRENTICES

CHESHIRE LEAD IN FARM APPRENTICES

Altrincham No 1 branch have the same idea, that any extra reward to the quality producers should come from the consumer. Their argument le that quality always attracts a better price than average. ao why pot with milk? Highest proportion in country Thorny problem This matter of
13 September 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England