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CHILDREN'S LETTERS " Having a Great Time "

CHILDREN'S LETTERS " Having a Great Time "

Enid Cockram, of Simms Cross School, whose home address is 81 Squires Avenue, writes: "We are having a great time at Blackpool. The people of this town have been most kind to us, and we will never forget their kindness. It's just like a holiday and yon wouldn't think that we wer
September 15, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
60 YEARS AGO

60 YEARS AGO

RUNCORN YOUTHS DROWNED Sixty years two Runcorn youths. Albert rnest • a teacher tie Runr son , f g; . the and • (in fiatimrn School, Peel
September 15, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
WIDNES & DISTRICT

WIDNES & DISTRICT

SUBSCRIPTION BAND SUCCESS —ln connection with the Warrington Walking Day last Friday, a march contest for bands was held. 25 bands from the surrounding district taking part. The Widnes Subscription Band, under the conductorship of Mr. N. B. Harper. took part in competition with
July 7, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Visit to Circus

Visit to Circus

'Phyllis Jarvis, of the Runcorn Parish Church Girls' Scnool, Runcorn, has written a letter to her father describing a visit to the circus. She says: " Mummy and the headmistress took us to the circus. There were twentythree of us. Mummy booked seats, but when we got there the ma
October 27, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Mr. J. Brady, Widnes

Mr. J. Brady, Widnes

The death has occurred at 14 Foster Street, Widnes, of Mr. John Brady, aged 29 years, after only one week's illness with pneumonia. The deceased was employed at High Speed Steel for 15 years and was highly respected anitMg his workmates. The funeral took plase at the Widnes Boro
September 15, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
HEATH ROAD IMPROVEMENT

HEATH ROAD IMPROVEMENT

It was reported to the Highways Committee that the Ministry of Transport required a full estimate for the proposed :Heath Road improvement as between Union Street and Beamont, Heath Road. The surveyor said he estimated this to be £13,000 and the information bad been forwarded to
July 7, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
It. Linger's Important Furniture lessage I have enough stock of furniture to last approximately 18 months (with little exception), and

It. Linger's Important Furniture lessage I have enough stock of furniture to last approximately 18 months (with little exception), and

that I am determined not to increase the usual profit that I am entitled to. The goodwill of my customers, as in the past, is my first consideration. My instructions to my S branches is that there will be no profiteering, and that will be carried out. Business as usual, Prices a
September 15, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
RUNCORN and DISTRICT GAS COMPANY

RUNCORN and DISTRICT GAS COMPANY

September 15, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
WIDNES ROTARY Broadcasting Discussion

WIDNES ROTARY Broadcasting Discussion

A subject of topical interest. " Some aspects of broadcasting," was given by ,Colonel J. E. H. Forty, of the 8.8. C., at the rotary lunch on Tuesday. A vexed question with most listeners. "why only one programme?" was explained that on the grounds of safety this has been adopted
October 27, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Man's Ingenuity Tested

Man's Ingenuity Tested

Church h T sn u h rch e ry ive jo t i d o nt i so n de p f oc i re ca ai l t y ion ntr a o a s f l ai ßar n the t th a °m P s ti l er: Bertelin suggests that there was already l a Church or Chapel in Runcorn of which lie was the patron. Otherwise a better known saint would have
October 27, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England