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DAWLISH A.F.C.

DAWLISH A.F.C.

Successful Season Reported Last year was probably the most successful in the history of Dawlish A.F.C., stated the Hon. Secretary. Mr. S. R. Vigers, in his report to the members the annual meeting on Tuesday. For the first time three sides were entered the Exeter and East Devon
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION •prpPON, St £JO., F.A.1.. CHARTERED AUCTIONEERS & ESTATE AGENTS VALUERS SURVEYORS. Offices: Auction Rooms. 8. QUEEN ST.

SALES BY AUCTION •prpPON, St £JO., F.A.1.. CHARTERED AUCTIONEERS & ESTATE AGENTS VALUERS SURVEYORS. Offices: Auction Rooms. 8. QUEEN ST.

30 ST.. EXETER. Phones 3204 3592. Est. 1884. direction Mrs. Forwood and others. SALE MONDAY & TUESDAY. July <St 18th. 10.30 a.m. each day. THE COUNTY MART, GANDY STREET. EXETER. Important Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, including mahogany oak, and other bedsteads, wardrobes, four
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BIRTHS MARRIAGES, DEATHS. IN MEMORIAM THANKS ANNOUNCEMENTS 6-b every additlona, word 2d Floral Tributes. Wedding Presents line. These announcements must

BIRTHS MARRIAGES, DEATHS. IN MEMORIAM THANKS ANNOUNCEMENTS 6-b every additlona, word 2d Floral Tributes. Wedding Presents line. These announcements must

duly authenticated signature and address the sender. DEATH GOSLING.—On July sth (suddenly), y.drwry William beloved husband Anne. Marts Farm Taiaton. Funeral, to»morrow (Saturday), 2.30 pa., Church. IN MEMORIAM WHITE. —In lovinir memory Mum, who passed away July sth. J949. • God
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
-THE PERFECT INTERCOM HEAR IT ON YOUR OWN PREMISES WITHOUT OBLIGATION Phone Send Postcard j SOUTH WOODS NORTH ST., EXETER—Phone

-THE PERFECT INTERCOM HEAR IT ON YOUR OWN PREMISES WITHOUT OBLIGATION Phone Send Postcard j SOUTH WOODS NORTH ST., EXETER—Phone

2950 and oar special representative will call and give you free demonstration —r; THE D. & E. GAZETTE " FOR FARMERS' SALES
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE CITY FLORIST 21, QUEEN STREET WEDDING FLOWERS Summer Brides have delightfully wide and fragrant selection of Flowers to choose

THE CITY FLORIST 21, QUEEN STREET WEDDING FLOWERS Summer Brides have delightfully wide and fragrant selection of Flowers to choose

from, but clever workmanship and good designing will greatly enhance your choice of flowers. All our bouquets are made by skilled and clever artists who will be pleased to place their services at your disposal, and to carry out your wishes or advise you best how to achieve the e
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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You can't do much with a pennybut you can with an OX? cube! Still only a penny a \ V

You can't do much with a pennybut you can with an OX? cube! Still only a penny a \ V

cube OXO's rich, A beefy flavour livens up \ M >v stews, soups, gravies and all meat meals. Makes a delicious hot drink too—morning, *»-<<_---'-^~ - noon and night. For your dependants You can ensure your own peace of mind and arrange for the future welfare of your dependants by
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ISP* - For BELTING and HOSE Get our Prices Herbert J. Gray, Ltd. 16 & 17, Bridge St., Exeter Phone

ISP* - For BELTING and HOSE Get our Prices Herbert J. Gray, Ltd. 16 & 17, Bridge St., Exeter Phone

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July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TWENTY-TWO OVERS

TWENTY-TWO OVERS

Cricket Match At Teignmouth Both sides played overs in Teignmouth's home match with Churcham (Glos.) on Tuesday. The visitors won by runs. Scores: Chun-ham (99 for six wickets): Abbot 22, Ayland 21. Stait 15. Hawker 14 not out, Parker 13; Steel four for 31, Braun'ton two for 35.
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Northam A.F.C.

Northam A.F.C.

New officers and committee were elected at the annual meeting of on Thursday last. A. W. Reed was elected chairman. Mr. J. Richmond secretary and Mr. A. Glover treasurer Messrs. R. Mitchell. G. Easterbrook junr.. Spry. Wilson. S. Pound, and M. Glover were elected to the committ
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ART MASTER Death At Newton Abbot Of Mr. C. Blatchford Mr. Conway Blatchford, who was cremated at Plymouth, on Friday,

ART MASTER Death At Newton Abbot Of Mr. C. Blatchford Mr. Conway Blatchford, who was cremated at Plymouth, on Friday,

after a funeral service at Wol, borough Parish Church, Newton Abbot, was principal of Newton Abbot School of Art from 1919 1938. His death occurred at Newton Abbot Hospital He had been j ill for some months. Mr. Blatchford. a Devonian was an Associate of the Royal College of Art
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England