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June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE EXCEPTION

THE EXCEPTION

Princess Street was the only street on the right hand side of Church Street which did not have a public house. Along Church Street was the Clarendon Hotel and at the top of Queen Street was the Ferry Inn with another public house halfway down Queen Street. Returning to Church IS
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Nairn Vase

Nairn Vase

The last four were: G. Adams (Corporation), W. Ballard (8.C.1.), T. Connolly (Insurance), R, Waller (Orrs Z.W.). Widnes 1.C.1. League Results of divisional matches: Power Station Formic 21 R. Williams _ 13 B. I,ythgoe 19 W. Wintaitley 14J. Hall 13 J. Lodtett . 21 A. Lightfoot A.
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
HALE & HALEWOOD

HALE & HALEWOOD

CAR NOT LICENSED.—At Widnes on Monday, Olive Maud Chisnall, of New-sham Park, West Derby, was fined 20s. for driving an unlicensed motor-car in High Street, Hale. Her husband, William John Chisnall. was fined 10s. for aiding and abetting in the commission of the offence. NOTICE
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Plati,—Sutton

Plati,—Sutton

Plati , —Sutton St. Mary's Parish Church, Hale, was on Saturday the scene of a very pretty wedding, when a large congregation assembled to witness the marriage ot Miss Evelyn Violet Sutton, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sutton, of Barrows Farm, Halebank, to Mr. John Platt, only
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE OFFICIALS

THE OFFICIALS

After several matters of interest were discussed, the following officials were appointed: President, Miss West; vice-president, Mrs. Boden; treasurer, Mrs. Booth. secretary, Mrs. E. M. Woodbridge; assistant s ecretary, Miss Kirkham; sub-secretary, Miss Foster; press representati
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
OTHER MATTIRS

OTHER MATTIRS

The meeting also agreed to a suggestion by the Mayor, who expressed his delight that a formcr player of the club had now left the hospital, that a letter should be sent from that meeting of officials and members, expre3.ing the club's good wishes. Another member asked the commit
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
RUBBISH TAKES UP ROOM

RUBBISH TAKES UP ROOM

Think of the things we collect in our minds and hearts that don't save us anything and can only be likened to rubbish drifting along the sea of life. Things that do not count, that are of little or no value in the buildup of our lives, yet most of us c,lllect some of this rubbis
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Your sincere friend, 74.Z.zA. The Maple Leaf of Canada

Your sincere friend, 74.Z.zA. The Maple Leaf of Canada

My dear Boys,—You will all have heard about the wonderful welco:ne which has been given to the King and Queen while in Canada and America. You will also have seen pictures which show the people cheering their Majesties. This past month has been historic for Canada, because never
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
McKECIDZIES

McKECIDZIES

A. Prescott c Thomas b Robertson 351 G. L. Morewood lbw b Shepperd 2 D. Dudley lbw b Robertson A. Broome c Childs b Boardman S. Roberts b Wainwright H. Beardsmore c Davies b Boardman G. Moss not out A. Baker not out Extras (6 wkts.) Roberts, E. Bate and E. Quinn did not bat. ---
June 23, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England