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RUNCORN.—Moderu freehold house for sale; Lingholme, Heath Road.— Apply above address. 5174

RUNCORN.—Moderu freehold house for sale; Lingholme, Heath Road.— Apply above address. 5174

June 2, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
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June 2, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Wash Canussesseing hum 4-411—Twicia Night l 7- 1 - 45 A REAL VARIETY PROGRAMME A Feast of Song and Harmony

Wash Canussesseing hum 4-411—Twicia Night l 7- 1 - 45 A REAL VARIETY PROGRAMME A Feast of Song and Harmony

Sensations and Thrills Galore FOUR ALEXANDER KONTO KABARET SINGERS KOY (7 ARTISTES 7) A In a Novel and Artistic Vocal Really Marvellous Acrobatic Scena Speciality BUD STEVENS "Spinning Ropes and Yarns"
June 2, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
OBSERVATIONS BY N TIM MAN ON THE BRIDGE" GOODWILL IN WAR TIME

OBSERVATIONS BY N TIM MAN ON THE BRIDGE" GOODWILL IN WAR TIME

The einergenc , ' and the distressed conditions internationally are not to be allowed to dampen the goodwill which ordinarily finds full expression at Christmastide. Many movements are afoot to ehsure a measure of happiness and cheer for the children—for Christmas is the childre
December 8, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Mn. H. Jones, Widnes

Mn. H. Jones, Widnes

The death occurred in the Liverpool Samaritan Hospital for Women, following an operation, of Mrs. Hilda Jones, aged 41 years, of 32, St. Annes Road, Widnes, a lady well-known in the locality. The interment was at the Widnes Datough Cemetery on Friday, the Rev. Pt. Ryan officiati
December 8, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Mrs. M. E. Booth, Runcorn

Mrs. M. E. Booth, Runcorn

- The funeral took place at the Runcorn Cemetery on Wednesday of last week of Mrs. M. B, Booth of 44 Greenway Road, Runcorn, whose death had occurred at the age of 78 years. Mrs. Booth was a member of an old Runcorn family and was well-known in the town. She had attended St. Joh
December 8, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Are You Amused?

Are You Amused?

- -- - - - - A little girl of three suddenly started crying at dinner. " Why Betty !" asked her mother. "What is the matter?" "Oh," sobbed Betty, "My teeth trod on my tongue." * * Small boy: "I want six pounds of >tatoes with the eyes in them, please.' Shopkeeper: "But why do yo
December 8, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
What to Hoar on Sunday

What to Hoar on Sunday

Light music on gramophone records and the organ provide the interval between the two early morning news bulletins, and, following harp and orchestral music and a reading, there is a religious service (at 9-30) from ' Leeds Parish Church. Further music is given in the morning, a
December 8, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
An Immediate Attack

An Immediate Attack

There was an immediate attack by Widnes when the game started and a break through from a scrum ought to have brought a score but the transfer to Gilligan was delayed and the chance was lost. At ten minutes Roberts opened the way for IIIILLINGTON to go over in a favourable positi
December 8, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Boltons V. (refits

Boltons V. (refits

Boltons V. Everitt commenced in an aggresSive fashion and after several raids had been beaten off, Jerram gave them the lead. End to end play followed but Jerram further increased Everite's lead when he scared following a breakaway. 'Bolions then had a turn at attacking and manag
December 8, 1939 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England