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MATTER FOR PRIDE

MATTER FOR PRIDE

Mr. Sandman paid tribute tol the County Education Committee and the teaching staffs for the excellent way in which dayreinse classes for farm students, are being run. The Union he kid done everything poss:ble to encourage young people to attend and it was a matter for great prid
18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
day finished parties. !tea second n over 50 enjoyed an and games er. of casVe Oven by the and iced

day finished parties. !tea second n over 50 enjoyed an and games er. of casVe Oven by the and iced

by cut by the Ira. Oriten. a S. Pmster ;he highe-t ned in 1963 some of the v:l;ave he ehildrri themselv inn in 'ooper cam , entertained so managed the snow child. The Ling had to
18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
LETTERS TO ,TUE. EDITOR Frome's

LETTERS TO ,TUE. EDITOR Frome's

A, , OUR issue of the "tiomerset Guardian/Standard" of Jan. 4 had as its leading comment. "A Market Bar." and stated that "of late the temperance movement has had to concede that ideas have changed." As a son of the town of prume I would ask, "Where are the total abstainers of t
18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
HYPNOTISED INTO A KILLER

HYPNOTISED INTO A KILLER

IN the strict tradition of a Hitchcock comes "T h e Manchurian Candidate" at the Odeon, Bath. one of the most imaginative, if not the most credible, thrillers to reach British cinemas for some months. It takes us back to the Korean war and Chinese indoctrination methods. With nu
18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Peas and beans

Peas and beans

Some of the most important Croce to sow as soon as condi:ons permit are peas and broad beans Even U you have only one row of cloches, you could try halt a row of each. Sow the peas in a flat bottom drill tin. or 3in. deep and about six inches wide. Any early variety Is suitable,
18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CREMATION OF MR. J. J. SMITH

CREMATION OF MR. J. J. SMITH

The cremation took place at Haycombe Crematorium, Bath, on Wednesday afternoon of last week of Mr. J. J. Smith, of Keyford Cottages, Procne. whose death was reported in our issue a last week. The private mourners were Mrs. Bessie Smith (widow). Mrs. Jonas (sister), Mr. and Mrs.
18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
`A Lpnmouth'

`A Lpnmouth'

Even Ministry ploughs with a six-wheel drive would not do so because of lack.of width of roads. "This is a Lyninouth," added Mr. Bayntun. Mr. F. Newman Stacey (Rode) said that Wiltshire had much less snowfall in many areas. He wanted to compliment the local men in trundling roun
18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
EIEA*. BE GLOCOMI PUBLIC WELCOME

EIEA*. BE GLOCOMI PUBLIC WELCOME

A meet.n2. fur that purpose being held ;n the Technical i t . t.ute on Wednesday. Jan. 23 1 .' at 30 p.m.. when all the relevant.
18 January 1963 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England