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FUN CONTINUES

FUN CONTINUES

Bcst-Ever Concert At Heckington ■FESTIVITIES continued Wednesday at Heckington. when the old age pensioners were all invited to a tea in the Village Hall. Cigarettes, tobacco and sweets were handed round. Motor cars were placed at the disposal of the committee for transporting g
June 13, 1953 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
CARRINGTON

CARRINGTON

PUBLIC MEETING in Club.-oom. Tuesday, M-ty 17th. m arrange Garden Fete at Carrington Vicarage, Saturday, June 11th.— Advt, DEATH.—Following -i long illness the death Mrs Alice Barker occurred at her home at Weslvilij Wednesday. Mrs. Barker was 65 and is survived her husband, one
May 14, 1955 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
PRIZE-WINNERS

PRIZE-WINNERS

36 holes scratch: Miss J. Johnson. Seacroft. 83-87-170; second. Mrs. P. Dawson. Sleaford, and Mrs. D. Walls. Seacroft. with a net 177. Best 18 holes; First round. Miss J. Johnson. Seacroft. 79; second round. Mrs. P. Bloomer. 76. Veteran’s Cup: Ist. Mrs. E. Osbourne. Seacroft. 15
May 14, 1955 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOSTONIANS

BOSTONIANS

Old Bostonians Judge c and b Cottam .. .. >. 37 Saunders b Cottam il Simmonds Ibw b Chapman .... Pearson c Clemmit b Cottam .. Coppin b Cottam Odllng st Harrod b Chapman .. Lincoln b Cottam 5 Upsall not out Freeston c Clemmit b Cottam ~ Gould c Cooper Chapman ~ ~ 4 Livock c Harr
May 14, 1955 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
COUNTY BOWLS

COUNTY BOWLS

Lines, Derbyshire IW. G. Fox E. Adams Bames G. Jordan J. Bonner J. Graham 30 W. E. Young S. L. Spurr 10 H. H. Vampiew O. Whitehead E. H. Gratton H. Gamble R. Barnes „ W Brown 10 J. Wright G. H PuUan C. Bass A. Hodgkiss W. Cooling A. Maynall D Else T. J. Large 21 H. Campbell E. H
June 13, 1953 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
HARD HITTING TAIL.

HARD HITTING TAIL.

Cawthorne and Skipper Pearson took the score before Cawthorne was bowled by Palmer, and with the total 50 half the side were out Two more wickets, including that of Pearson's (who scored 33) fell for the addition of 27 runs. Wlh 30 runs still wanted, it looked as though Ave- Img
June 13, 1953 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
TOPICAL TALKS

TOPICAL TALKS

By the Sentinel NEWS that a decision has at last been made on the choice of a site for Boston’s new 600-bed general hospital is more than welcome. Though one might add that, having regard to the fact that the local inquiry was held at the beginning of January, the Ministry Housi
June 13, 1953 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
DANCE TO THE RHYTHM OF ALFRED BLATTER the WONDER BALLROOM ORGAN with FRANK GEORGE (Drums) RETURN ENGAGEMENT BY POPULAR REQUEST

DANCE TO THE RHYTHM OF ALFRED BLATTER the WONDER BALLROOM ORGAN with FRANK GEORGE (Drums) RETURN ENGAGEMENT BY POPULAR REQUEST

May 14, 1955 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
GENERAL ELECTION 1955 WILL RirrON THE LABOUR CANDIDATE will address Meetings in Boston and district follows SATURDAY, 14th MAY BOSTON

GENERAL ELECTION 1955 WILL RirrON THE LABOUR CANDIDATE will address Meetings in Boston and district follows SATURDAY, 14th MAY BOSTON

MARKET PLACE MONDAY, 16th MAY RAXGLE—Open Air OLD LEAKE—Open Air LEV ERI OX—Open Air TUESDAY, MAY SWIXESHEAD-Opon Air BICKER—Open Air IGTOFT —Open Air THURSDAY, 19th MAY BUTTERWICK—Open Air T'REISTOX—Open Air FISH TOFT SCHOOL 7.45 p.m at 6.45 p.m. at 7-3° p m. at 8.15 pm. at 6.4
May 14, 1955 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
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May 14, 1955 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England