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CREWE FOOT CLINIC 34, West Street, Crewe M.N.I.Ch

CREWE FOOT CLINIC 34, West Street, Crewe M.N.I.Ch

11 May 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SOME GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR WARTIME

SOME GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR WARTIME

, By Sir Robert Kinder&ley. President of the National Savings Committee . ) In his speech broadcast to British homes after the Budget, Sir John Simon gave advice on war-time saving which many had eagerly awaitea. Men and women differ in their needs and indeed in their weaknesses
11 May 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
COUNCIL EMPLOYES DISMISSED

COUNCIL EMPLOYES DISMISSED

Five gangers and carters were discharged by the General Purposes Cosamittee of Nantwich Urban Council Monday for refusing to take part in Sun- day's A.R.P. exercise. It is understood that the men had been notified by the Surveyor (Mr. E. H. Bailey) of the demonstrations, In whic
11 May 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
THE FAMILY PAGE POETRY

THE FAMILY PAGE POETRY

DREAM CHILD. I give you no ancient name, No wealth in land or gait!, But a fnendship born of dream From days that now are told. You shat' love the wind on the heath. The starry midnight sky, You sha:l c:imis the hills at dusk. And watch the daylight die. You shall wander where f
13 January 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
AN AGRICULTURAL STUDENT

AN AGRICULTURAL STUDENT

I AM 27 years old, a farm worker, and I have been to an agricultural college. I should like to get in touch with a nice young lady about my own age who has similar Interests, ie., farming interests. I should also like • correspond with any member of t. e A.T.S.—.I.D. SHE WANTS C
13 January 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
THE NEW TEAR.

THE NEW TEAR.

Another year has passed us, A year of hopes and fear, But let us forget that sorrow now, For the New Year is here. Let us hope for lots of peace. Much happiness and goodwill, And let us pray for wars to cease, And may the guns be still. let us stop this hardship, And do away wit
13 January 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SMC

SMC

SHIRTMANUFACTURINGOL 21, VISTORIA ST NEAR ANGEL HOTEL
13 January 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
URBAN COUNCIL

URBAN COUNCIL

MONDAY.—Mr. It Blasco', J.P., pres'ding. HIGHWAY MATTERS Mr G. Booth again raised the quest on of the making of the roads in Price-avenue and Third-avenue. He said he wouid now ask for an undertaking that the work was going to be done He failed to see what had been ho!ding it up
16 March 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
WHAT EVERY BRIDE AND GROOM SHOULD KNOW There is no need whatever to be extravagant in your choice of an

WHAT EVERY BRIDE AND GROOM SHOULD KNOW There is no need whatever to be extravagant in your choice of an

Ensemble of quality and distinction SAY—I WlLL—investigate MABEL PORTER'S SPECIAL WEDDING ENSEMBLE OFFER TO WAR-TIME 1311 DES GOWN, VEIL, HALO, GLOVES, complete from 42/- to 7 Gns. SHORT LEAVE WEDDINGS where circumstances pres..e.it the preparation of the traditional Ensemble, a
16 March 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
McHATTIE &CO., CHESTER Our Special Strains in GRASSES and CLOVERS contain our *** Specialities in Home Grown Cloven. They have

McHATTIE &CO., CHESTER Our Special Strains in GRASSES and CLOVERS contain our *** Specialities in Home Grown Cloven. They have

stood the test for over a Century. Selected Stocks of MANGELS. SWEDES. TURNIPS, and KALE. LISTS NOW READY. POST FREE. TEL. N. 74. IMPLEMENT DEPARTMENT Large stocks of Implements for purchasers to ins's( ct. First-class Service in our Repair Section
16 March 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England