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Midsomer Norton Harvest services at Stones Cross The harvest festival services of the Stones Cross Methodist Church were held on

Midsomer Norton Harvest services at Stones Cross The harvest festival services of the Stones Cross Methodist Church were held on

Sunday. The preacher in the morning and evening was Mr. F. N. Stacey, Rode. At the evening service Mrs.. P. Creece was the soloist. In the afternoon a musical service was given by the Midsomer Norton Male Voice Choir, under the conductorship of Mr. R. Gould, accompanist Mrs. S.
27 September 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE VILLAGES

THE VILLAGES

The comparative village populations of the rural area (comparative figures of ten years ago being given in brackets) are:— Beckington 784 (757); Berkley 293 (3321; Buckland Dinham 351 (375 Coletord 1.454 (1,505 ; Great Elm 183 (1701; Hemington 543 (8371: Icilmersdon 453 (520 ;Le
27 September 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THIS TIME RENT murphy IT COSTS SO LITTLE MORE TO HAVE THE BEST

THIS TIME RENT murphy IT COSTS SO LITTLE MORE TO HAVE THE BEST

SEE and HEAR the BEST of the
27 September 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MANIIIIACMS

MANIIIIACMS

MlOl t Lukeels---On Sept 21 ■t St . Pet 'a Church. Thundersley. issex. Tudor Owen Price. eldest sou of Mr . Mrs. flee. of Wens:ey Road. Thunders:ey. and Wendy Ive only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Stevens. of Chase Nurseries. Thundersle t . formerly of Castle Street, Frome and gr
27 September 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FOR FLORAL G. Bennett & Sons NUNNEY ROAD NURSERIES FROME Phone 2546 lowa and Debate, See our beautiful illustrations of

FOR FLORAL G. Bennett & Sons NUNNEY ROAD NURSERIES FROME Phone 2546 lowa and Debate, See our beautiful illustrations of

MEMORIALS Credit ton; available dORGAN & SON (Frome) Monnemental Mason Wholesaled Raul ' Portway, Frome Somerset telephone 2859
27 September 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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THURSDAY. SIPTIMUIR ra combe hampton (Queen ~beth and United ca sails) trnemouth r , m7AY. SEPTEMBER 6 10/0 ; e Resin SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7 • n(lJn (v Rather-7/0 CROWN TOURS COACHES - T.I. FROME 2146
30 August 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
in mines

in mines

THE craft of mining as the rescue of the entombed miners in Pennsylvania this week reminds us —is still occasionally fraught with danger. But year by year the dangers are growing less. It is probable that had the Pennsylvania mishap occurred two or three decades ago the two ento
30 August 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
In this charming study of motherhood, Lady dtrathoona and Mount Royal (formerly Lady Jane Waldman), Is pictured at her home at Sharoomhs, Dlnder, with hor twin bablos—Andrew (left) and Emma. Lady Etratheena has four other children, a son and thus daughters.

In this charming study of motherhood, Lady dtrathoona and Mount Royal (formerly Lady Jane Waldman), Is pictured at her home at Sharoomhs, Dlnder, with hor twin bablos—Andrew (left) and Emma. Lady Etratheena has four other children, a son and thus daughters.

Burge, Thomas White, William Norris, John Burge, William Parfitt, Thomas Wise, Sidney Litman, Samuel Reed, Simeon Green, Henry Whitaker, Thomas Hill. Joseph Wise. Alfred Plummer, George Baynton and Henry King. Magnificent sight HOME after a visit to Greece, which he found impres
30 August 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Thieves are gardener's enemy

Thieves are gardener's enemy

GARDENING is hard work and it requires a lot of •inte and attention. The results are sometimes disappointing through the ravages of pests, %%hut seem to attack all plants weep: weeds. Perhaps the most exasperat.:.4 all pes e th garden It may b e d a nice caullflyx,r which will b
30 August 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
List of wreaths

List of wreaths

Among the wreaths received at the funeral of Mrs. Beatrice Warren. of Old Ford, near Frome, which took place at Beckington Parish Church, was one inscribed. "With deepest sympathy, from Mr. and Mrs. Chivers, Mavis and Michael. Lullington." CHOOSE TOUR 4r cram Bath's largest sala
30 August 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England