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GREETINGS 1 IkAkT I take th is oPP rtuolty of wish- --- - - - - lvk me a Nappy sod Prosperous New ANU ti'd Year so all my Clientele.-Your Barclay Te Ambassador. Aestaur.ot Corseuere. Mrs I Goldsmith. 22. Nimes- Imitable to: ernossements Crew. MS pm Noble cne.t.r Tel
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 
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Day.-1.C.1. Alkali 4, Barnton 2; Knutaford 2, Wilms:ow A. Naniwicti 1, 3; Sandbad) R. 3. Midcilewich 2; Runcorn Ath. 3. Crewe Alex. 3: Stockton Heath No.thivich V. 2. Boxing Day.—ltamton 5, Linotype 7; Congleton 0, Runcorn A. 6; Ooostrey I, Knutsford 2; Lostock Gralam 7, Crewe A
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 
WARRINGTON I,EAGILI

WARRINGTON I,EAGILI

WARRINGTON I.CI. Alkali v Moore (away. Scott, Fletcher: White. Joni., Lia:l Melia. Hough. Alain aring. ':(i •
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 
" GEORGE " ENTERS HIS 100th YEAR- With new pipe and thick twist

" GEORGE " ENTERS HIS 100th YEAR- With new pipe and thick twist

TH E customary Christmas Christmas Tree. flanked by piles cu , gifts whose aggregate weight was too party for the children of great for the tree to bear officers serving in the Northwich A sumptuous tea was followed by Police Division was held on Wednes- games and a film show an
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 
North Western staff entertain

North Western staff entertain

140 children. the sons a backcloth de p ictin g Elizabethan Charles Scott kept the company spell- a gift parcel. wiin es. 'runs. b in a Christmas setting — the bound for abou t one hour with con- etc. `-' and daughters of members. work o Driver 0. Lunen Airing tricks. Pianoforte
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 

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\-t Sale Series Circulation, 65,0/6 (ABC. 61,,ures). ORDER, 1952

\-t Sale Series Circulation, 65,0/6 (ABC. 61,,ures). ORDER, 1952

Sale Series Circulation, (ABC. 61,,ures). ORDER, 1952 L • ngozement ot persons illlSSer• these advertisements Mat be .hrough a Local of the .ry of Labour or a Scheduled wavment Agency if the applicant !Ilan aged 18-44 Inclusive. or a -11. in seed 11-69 inclusive. unless at she. o
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 
TALL SCORING

TALL SCORING

For their return match on Boxing Day. Middlewich made two changes. Howarth was back at centre-half and 10. Duffy. home on leave from H.M Forces, was on the right-wing. Sandbach also had changes at right-half and Inside-left Sendbsch were completely out°laved. They rallied for •
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 
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• tific - You C bud - peligebility " in the test van you see a on your feed invoice. Neither you word to Itsur your livestock gains off their teed dee to venetian in the raw mmuriff, whether borne grown es purckmed. To mike profit. your 'rock gum uke their feed y digest end maim
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 
Wins ford Flashes

Wins ford Flashes

A recent collection at the Verdin Grammar School in aid of the Homes for Blind Babies raised £l2 fat. A cot at the Southport Home will now bear the School's name. An intimate miniature review entitled - Staff and Nonsense - was presented by members of the start of I.CI. Salt Div
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England
 
The Chronicle January 2. 1954.

The Chronicle January 2. 1954.

The beginning of a New Year always a time for reflection Historians who have contemplated the rise and fall of kingdoms and Empires But the general as distinct from the have tried to find lessons and guldparticular pattern has been clear, says ance for the future by their inter
January 2, 1954 - Winsford Chronicle - Winsford, Cheshire, England