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TRENERY-EDBURY

TRENERY-EDBURY

The wedding took place at St. John's Church, Crewe on Saturday, of Victor Reed Trenery, B.Sc. (Eng.), G.l.Mech.E.. only son Mr. T F. Trenery and the late Mrs Trenery, Mill Hill, London, ana Rose, twin daughtei of Mr E. Edbury and the late Mrs. Edbury, 215, Ruskin-road. Crewe. Th
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SANDBACH

SANDBACH

WOMEN REGISTER Eightyfour women registered at the Labour Exchanle on Saturday for war work C E GIRLS SCHOOL—The followina have gained County scholarship; to Winsford Grammar School: H:lda Thompson, Phy::is Birch, and Mary Conn HOMING —The race from Bath on Saturday reEu:ted as
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
BUERTON

BUERTON

METHODIST CHURCH The Sunday school anniversary was herd on Sunday when the Rev. J. Kingsley Sanders (Nantwich) was the preacher Hymns v. ere sung by the ' children and an anthem. "What are these arrayed in white robes?" (Stainer) was sung by the choir. Mr H Averill conducted and
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
A PEARL NECKLACE

A PEARL NECKLACE

When the trial was resumed on Monday Sir Delves said the first time he realised Lord Erroll had any valuable possessions was on January 19th, when he saw his wife wearing a three-stringed pearl necklace the Earl had given her. It was valued at £30,000 and was returned to Lord Er
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
TO STOP LUMBAGO

TO STOP LUMBAGO

Without warning comes that sharp agonising crick ' in the back, or in loins. It's lumbago, the old cornback *pin. Take 2 tablets of Thank with a little water. As this wonderful pain-killer gets into your bloodstream you will feel the pain melt sway Millions rely upon Phensic. Pr
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
THE SPRAYING OF POTATOES

THE SPRAYING OF POTATOES

FARM NOTES The welcome sound of the rattle of the mowing machine has been heard in many parts of the county this week—a fortnight later than usual. it is true. but eariier than at one time seemed probable. These earliest crops are, of course, clovers and seeds hay. In some cases
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
MILK MARKETING BOARD

MILK MARKETING BOARD

ANNUAL MEETING AT CHESTER MR. T. BAX' ILLNESS Farmers from all parts of the country were present on Friday at the annual tweeting at the Milk Marketing Board held at tie Royalty Theatre, Chester. Owing to the illness of the Chair. man of the Board (Mr T. Baxter). Mr Ben Hinds (V
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SALE AT A CALVELET FASM

SALE AT A CALVELET FASM

After several postponements Mr. Joseph Wright conducted the sale on Tuesday for Messrs. Kinsey Brothers at The Elms Farm. Calvelev. The catailogue included 44 Ayrshire and Ayrshire - cross heifers. mostly newly calved The too price was £53 (twice b: 17 averaging £45 each. The wh
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
'H FRIDAY BATA.

'H FRIDAY BATA.

Messrs. Frank Lloyd and Sons conducted their first sale of dairy and store cattle, after Foot and Mouth disease restrictions had been removed, on Friday. with upwards of 300 cattle. Prices: Cow and calf, £46; cow only. £4O 10/- tMr. Brown. Whixall); heifer and calf, £4O 5/- (Mr.
21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
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21 June 1941 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England