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re EASY TERms Facilities

re EASY TERms Facilities

re EASY TE Rm s Facilities are still available for the purchase of cycles, wireless etc., on most advantageous easy terms. Supplies are limited— CaU without delay Market-at., Crewe 25, Witton-st., Northwich. 20, Frodsham-st., Chester. HOUSEHOLD LINEN . . . •Is difficult to replac
12 June 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
GARDENS TO BE OPENED ON

GARDENS TO BE OPENED ON

WHIT SUNDAY As a result the opening of the gardens at The 011ie. Wybunbury, on Sunday week the District Nuning Fund tveneflt by 13 guineas. So enjoyab:e was the occasion that it has been decided to throw the gardens open to the public on Wt.it Sunday from 2.30 p.m. to teas p a V
12 June 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SUNDAY EXERCISE DURING SERVICE HOURS

SUNDAY EXERCISE DURING SERVICE HOURS

METHODIST PROTEST At the quarterly meeting of Sen.:linch and Alsager Methodist Circuit at Smallwood on Tuesday reference was made to an Alsager exercise carried out on Sunday. May 30th. people were at divine service and a protest was made. The Rev E. S. Cheesewright told " that
12 June 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
RAILWAYMAN FINED FOR NOT FIRE-WATCHING

RAILWAYMAN FINED FOR NOT FIRE-WATCHING

" HEALTH REASONS " George Leonard Ralph.. a Crewe railwayman living to Albion Place, Nantwich, was at Crewe Borough Petty Sessions on Tuesday fined Cl, with costs, for not performing fire prevention duties on railway property at Crewe. For the prosecution it was alleged that def
12 June 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
WHITSUNTIDE POSTAL

WHITSUNTIDE POSTAL

On Whit-Monday there will be one morning delivery of letters and parcels in Crewe town area and one collection from letter boxes at Sunday collection times. In the rural area there will be one delivery and. one collection. Town sub-o ffi ces will be closed, but th e office on th
12 June 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
RICHARD JONES

RICHARD JONES

CHESTER _ The Quahty House) now showing a GOOD VARIETY of
29 May 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
2 STOP LICK/NG THOSE SAviNGS I STAMPS - I TS GETTING ON MY NERVES I .

2 STOP LICK/NG THOSE SAviNGS I STAMPS - I TS GETTING ON MY NERVES I .

29 May 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
UNCLE HUGH'S NEWS ' and did you try POST BAG. DEAR BOYS AND GIRLS. I bad an interesting experience the

UNCLE HUGH'S NEWS ' and did you try POST BAG. DEAR BOYS AND GIRLS. I bad an interesting experience the

other day when visiting a man who is interested in everything that lives. When he was showing me round his garden, he brought me to a corner where there wee • shelter. "Go in there a minute.' he raid "and I will show you something." I went in and .sat down. My friend then moved
29 May 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SAVINGS LEAGUE

SAVINGS LEAGUE

April placing were: J. H. Jennings Ltd., £3 3s. 9d. (ay.), 25 points; H. J Lea and Minsal, £3 Is., 34 points Yodel's. Ltd., £2 2a. 6d.. 33 points Zan, Ltd.. 183., 28 points; British Soda . Co., £1 173. Id., 27 points; J. Pring and Son 14s. 2d.. 22 points; Rookery Bridge Ref., Il
29 May 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
FARMERS Tractor LU KW le AT/NU Ull 3 / 3 per ration in lotr your drnma Lae dar's Balsa Create

FARMERS Tractor LU KW le AT/NU Ull 3 / 3 per ration in lotr your drnma Lae dar's Balsa Create

another rernrd. DONALD TAYLOR, Ltd., Haelindton 2277). 4900
29 May 1943 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England