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'ENGLISH ELECTRIC' DOUBLEGO\VMA

'ENGLISH ELECTRIC' DOUBLEGO\VMA

The sop was is an oven—iust right kw ameseks. Mt-gm mon amitsd math, mod it's oho the sod hot cupboard The maim oven is ideal foe all your am* boo an ism door mid am automatic interim wale maims maim Bath owns are automatics', the dial and the axles does the rem One of the feat
21 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BORATEKS

BORATEKS

Reynolds c Hughes b 0 Sharpies 1 Wike c Scott b 0 Sharpies 2 . Millington c Scott b 0 Sharpies 13 Wilks b 0 Sharpies Mellon c Norse b 0 Sharpies Matthews not out Dyke lbw b 0 Sharpies Bellls not out Extras Total 'for six WktS) C Crofts. J Martin and J Ell:ott did not bat. Scot;
21 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PHOTO CONTEST

PHOTO CONTEST

Full details in next Tuesday's CHESTER COURANT. Price 14
21 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SCOUT H.Q. OPENED

SCOUT H.Q. OPENED

AT KELSALL A new setting for Christleton Troop's old hut THE opening, on Saturday, of the new headquarters of the lst Ashton and Kelsall Boy Scout Group means that the Scouts, Cubs, Girl Guides and Brownies will be able to hold their meetings under one roof. Previously, they wer
21 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DE HAVILLAND MEN SAVE £1,000,000

DE HAVILLAND MEN SAVE £1,000,000

Dinner and certificate mark "a unique occasion" To have achieved a cumulative In spite of setsiacks, the de other excellent quantres. In the long Mr. Oaroton then presented Sir Iota: . .C 1.000,000 .n national savings Havilland Aircraft Company were still run it will produce Mit
21 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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rec:,on of Mrs. Ellen Jones. Viet over. the Chesthee 1-te art - Acme. mod.rn. Freehold. DETACHED COUNT - 7 HOUSt

rec:,on of Mrs. Ellen Jones. Viet over. the Chesthee 1-te art - Acme. mod.rn. Freehold. DETACHED COUNT - 7 HOUSt

known $ "TOM MEADOWS" LOWER MOUNTAIN ROAD In pmetinnarly pleasant ruts, suerounding& half mile village f Cholar. l I Wnisham Mold. Containing: Hall. lounge dining room Silesia; Wash home lb and c cools and deirestairs (under covert . Three Mime bedrooms combined bath SIMI mc. Ca
14 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
C°UPLZrequired; one to assist in bar; one to assist In kitchen; sandwiches and snacks only; separate living accommodation; child no

C°UPLZrequired; one to assist in bar; one to assist In kitchen; sandwiches and snacks only; separate living accommodation; child no

obstacle.—C 2E. Observer Cheatre 121 DERBON to wait on Lounge Bar. weekends; experience not essential; also help for private quarters two mornings each week—Apply Shrewsbury Arms, 'Sickle Trafford. Liverpool or Warrington bus 15 minutes from Chester. FULLY experienced Salesman /
14 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
STORES ASSISTANT

STORES ASSISTANT

required for motor stores in busy and expanding garage. Experience preferred in B.m.c. Parts Service, but training •ill be given to /suitable applicants. Good waves and prospects of advancement to higher position. Canteen and social service. etc. previous Applicants need not NMI
14 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
impressive figures

impressive figures

time last year, Directors of Chester F.C. went to the , nual meeting of the English League, in London, to their second successive application for re-election to Lath Division in some fear and trepidation. en. nut only the people most closely concerned. but IlAry football fan wit
7 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Mr. William Wild. of Millington here pietism with his cheese. with which he became ( hampion and 'teatime Champion of the Show en

Mr. William Wild. of Millington here pietism with his cheese. with which he became ( hampion and 'teatime Champion of the Show en

Tun,law Yearling colt, filly or gelding likely unlikely to exceed 19.2 hands at WILD'S OF MOLLINGTON matariy: I. Lady Margaret Myddleton Ch irk Brangwyn 2, Kra. P. W Furness, Think (Triomf' Welcome); 3, Rt. Hon. Lord Kenyon (Oredington 1)0 IT AGAIN eYarling colt , filly or geldi
7 June 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England