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CAGE BIRD SOCIETY

CAGE BIRD SOCIETY

Exmouth Show Awards UNDER the presidency of Mr. W. T. Slader, the Exmouth Cage-Bird Society had entries —an improvement on last year—at the first young bird show of the season on Saturday. Messrs. W. J. Moore and S. C. Drewe swept the board in the novices' section, but in the ch
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BOWLING RIVALS

BOWLING RIVALS

Keen Game At Teignmouth In a local " derby" and County Troohv match on Thursday last, BittoVi Park defeated Teignmouth by one shot. Teignmouth led four points at the 18th end and the last wood decided the match. Scores:— Button Park (skips) W. Ford 19. W. Boobyer K. Boobyer 15.
July 7, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GOOD SHOW BY JUVENILES

GOOD SHOW BY JUVENILES

Okehampton Primary School Concert ftCHOLARS of Okehampton County Primary School distinguished themselves on Wednesday evening when they were responsible for one of the best juvenile performances seen in the town for many years. Seven-year-olds were seen to advantage in The Toys
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ASHWATER DEATH Miss B. A. Walters Laid To Rest The funeral of Miss B. A. Walters, of Ashwater, took place

ASHWATER DEATH Miss B. A. Walters Laid To Rest The funeral of Miss B. A. Walters, of Ashwater, took place

on Tuesday in the Methodist Church. Ashwater. The service was conducted by Rev. Ellis, of Holsworthy, assisted by Rev. R T. Bowies, of Gunnisiake. Miss Smale was at the organ. The immediate mourners were Mr. and Mrs. W. Walters, brother and sister-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. L. Walters
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BOMBED CITIES

BOMBED CITIES

Devon ana Gazette-226. HIGH STREET. EXETER Telephone 3051 (5 lines) FRIDAY. JUNE 23rd. 1950 QOOD NEWS for Exeter and Plymouth was released this week. In common with other bombed cities and towns, they are to be allowed to speed up the rebuilding of their business centres. When t
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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NEWTON ABBOT MARKET

NEWTON ABBOT MARKET

Allegations Refuted MEWTON ABBOT market is getting a bad name through " frivolous and untrue statements," it was alleged in a letter read at Monday's meeting of Newton Abbot Urban Council from Messrs. Rendells, the auctioneers. The allegation was quoted in minutes of the Markets
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Shirwell Church

Shirwell Church

The Bishop of Crediton has blessed the new children's chapel in Shirwell parish church and consecrated a churchyard extension. The chapel has been provided by the children, who over a number of years have contributed their pennies with this object in view.
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SOLDIERS BEATEN

SOLDIERS BEATEN

CANNOT REPLACE •NUTCRACKER" FTER days of hard work, A soldiers of Plymouth Coast Artillery School have had to acknowledge that Operation Nutcracker has failed. The job on which 40 men had t been strenuously working for six days was reluctantly abandoned on Monday. Their objectiv
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Shaldon Sailing Club

Shaldon Sailing Club

's ninth meeting on Sunday was held in a ' light variable wind between West and South. Results: Teign one-design class. Start , 10.30—Sonia <T. Finson). 11-40-19; ; Chough (H. D. Pownall) gave up. 12ft national dinghies. Start 10.45— Chinook (J. Yorkei, 11-38-15; Fleet' wind (J.
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
OBITUARY <>!.. THE HON. R. 11. BERTIE The funeral took place Powderham Church on Monday of Col. the Hon. R.

OBITUARY <>!.. THE HON. R. 11. BERTIE The funeral took place Powderham Church on Monday of Col. the Hon. R.

H. Bertie. C.8., of Reynell Cottage, Newton Abbot, formerly commanding the 2nd Battalion, Royal We.eh Fusiliers. I J. B. Pirn (rector) officiated. Mj. C. Boatfieid was at the organ. ' Trie mourners were Major the Hon. M. Bertie, nephew- (and represent- Img Lieut.-Commander the H
June 23, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England