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Bright Open Space Needed.

Bright Open Space Needed.

A modified park is to be included in the housing district which will shortly add to Ilinckley's boundaries but whether the proposal to lay out tennis courts, bowling greens, and miniature golf courses will materialise remains, of course, to be seen. For the enjoymnt of old and y
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Squabble A bout Land Sales.

Squabble A bout Land Sales.

THE second spur to de\ elopment in the Ward came %%lien, after much squabbling at the meetings of the St. Margaret's Select Vestry, it was decided to sell the land belonging to the parish, that pensions might be paid to old people. Part of the "Parish Piece " was disposed of to
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
A Girls' Club Party.

A Girls' Club Party.

LOOKING in at the G.F.S. Diocesan Club on Friday afternoon, I found Miss Sillar deeply absorbed in plans for the cheery-sounding party which was to be held on the following This comfortable and practical club for girls with limited incomes has, generally speaking, its regular ha
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
A pretty glimpse of Miss M. Sharman and Mr. 1. Martin, both of Leicester, alter their marriage at St. Paul's Church.

A pretty glimpse of Miss M. Sharman and Mr. 1. Martin, both of Leicester, alter their marriage at St. Paul's Church.

A pretty glimpse of M. Sharman and Mr. 1. Martin, both of Leicester, alter their marriage at St. Paul's Church. any people in the county who didn't fully appreciate their chairman, Major Burnaby, "they could only be a few old dog foxes." deal for table decorations. One sees brigh
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
The Loyal Royal Blue.

The Loyal Royal Blue.

A MIDST much amusement, Major Burnaby replied that Mr. Baldwin had spent a day's hunting in his company, and he was pleased to remark that the leader of the Conservative party had thoroughly enjoyed it. Mrs. C. F. Oliver. who wore a very smart little royal blue turban cap with h
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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MONEY.
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE CHARM OF WICKER FURNITURE

THE CHARM OF WICKER FURNITURE

WITICKER and cane furniture Is be- TV coming more and more popular for indoor use and decoration; this Is not surprising lit view of the many advantages which it enjoys. Its lightness and comparative cheapness are perhaps tw o of the most noticeable advantages. of geting mislaid
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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i ve." handle a young human hurricane-like " Well," said Avril at luncheon. " what about it?" " I beg your pardon?". Camgby asked. " I'm going to show you London. I'm just wondering what buzzing hive of gaiety I'll introduce you to first. I think Regent Street would be a good ju
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Enlightenment.

Enlightenment.

" Vep." She lit a cigarette airily. "You dear, don't you see it yet? Goapater, I'm not really the •-elti•di pig, the ballroom butterfly you think me. The mater's just everything to me. She's sacrificed her life for and I'd be skinned alive for her and enjoy it." " But— " . " Do
14 February 1931 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England