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Box Office 10 to 10.

Box Office 10 to 10.

24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
C.M.S. 'SISTER SOCIETY '

C.M.S. 'SISTER SOCIETY '

The Rev. R. Q. lOrfortl. Vicar of Holy Anostlea church Leicester. has been elected chairman of Vie Diocesan auxiliars of the Colonial and ContSental Church t3pciety, which been called the tlister Sociely In the C.M.S." of T t he e Re,. Pratt is the secretary
24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
We Were Broke

We Were Broke

if 11- OW much " the first question, of course. " Oh, let me see," said the old lady. " two of you can come for 355. a week each. Washing, baths, lighting, and fires extra." As we were broke at the time we were shocked, so promising to let her know, we departed. Next we went to
24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Unnamed Operatic Society

Unnamed Operatic Society

MR. SALMON is also producing " The Mikado," which will be performed at the Little Theatre. Gilbert and Sullivan's famous light opera is being presented by a light operatic society, which is so far unnamed. Madame Louie Hill will take the part of Yum-Yum, and George Clarke is to
24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Can You Answer These Riddles?

Can You Answer These Riddles?

In what place did the cock crow whorl all the inhabitants of the world heard at In Noah. ArL Old llothei Twitcher has but one eye. And a long tail, which she lets fly, And every time goes over the gap, She leaves • piece of her tail in the trap. Needle and thread. Why are books
24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
'ime to Go

'ime to Go

4 N Englishman, Irishman, and Scots:‘• man were adrift on • raft, ' ,smelted. When night came and re seemed no hope of rescue, the !.liman knelt down and prayed. The glishman took off his hat as a token of • i eet, and the Scotsman immediately oiled overboard. He thought the ,gl
24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Address

Address

24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Mint Jolly.

Mint Jolly.

R EQUIRSD.-41be. apples, one quart' mint leaves, fresh and young, two' quarts water, four lemons, sugar, a little green °clouting. Choose very green apples. Wash, remove the stalk ends, cut in thin slices. Put into • preserving pan with water and lemon juice. cook to a soft pulp
24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
mincer, wins oranges and et slices, crosswise, removing u Put fruit in preserving pan, bring to boiling point and !

mincer, wins oranges and et slices, crosswise, removing u Put fruit in preserving pan, bring to boiling point and !

until the consistency of marw Fill jars with the mixture, D. Jeans, Cream Go Mowbray. PuenkNo to Promos. INGREDIENTB.—Tu each 11l 2 - kin allow 11b. of preser two tablespoonfuls of lomat flnely-grated rind of one tem° spoonful of ground . ginger. - Ilethod.—Pars and halve tb rem
24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
IN•••1

IN•••1

In Hampshire's first innings his figures were five wickets for ICS and in the second five for 57. Alan Shipm - in's — innings of 94 and Leslie Berry was also a great feature in the victory. And more than pleasing too was the fact that C. L. Edgson the Stamford School captain foun
24 August 1935 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England