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MR. J. B KEEGAN AND MISS A. GARNETT

MR. J. B KEEGAN AND MISS A. GARNETT

L/CPL. R WOOD AND MISS G. MEREDITH Miss Gillian Meredith, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Meredith. of 5, Hope-street, Sanary. and LiCpl Rex ' Wood. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wood. of 25, Thorndeld Mount. B:istall, near Leeds. Yoraddre, •ere married on Saturday by special lice
8 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DIVA HOSPITAL MANAGEIAENT COMMITTEE. CHESTER

DIVA HOSPITAL MANAGEIAENT COMMITTEE. CHESTER

KITCHIN MAIDS required for Deva Hospital. Wale Is. Od. Per 42 hour week. Whit:ev Council conditions of service. Apply Cater.ng Meet Deva Hospital. Liverpool Road. Cheater. 1)1710E Manager required, unqualified. trained in accountancy and with full know:edge of book-keeping to te
8 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
leading makes in stock; demon- Araifuns daiiy; highest allowance on your 0:d appliance Hare purchase terms or ex:ended cash. no

leading makes in stock; demon- Araifuns daiiy; highest allowance on your 0:d appliance Hare purchase terms or ex:ended cash. no

interest Fully equipped workshops to nadir as reconditior. all makes of washing machines One week service—aatisfaction guaranteed. Washing machine agents over 30 years Home Aids. The Washing Machine Shop. 7. Queen Street. Chester._ A BTOUNDING COAL BUNKER BARGAIN Limited stock o
8 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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1 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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AT Our inert at Picton never seems to attract a very good field. despite the fact that It is one of the few meets in our country where hares are not too numerous, and it was rather a small held which met hounds there on Saturday. Mr Pairclough was again in command with Messrs. ap
1 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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1 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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1 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MR. C. CHILTON AND MISS M Wearing a full length model gown of v with separate train falling from the

MR. C. CHILTON AND MISS M Wearing a full length model gown of v with separate train falling from the

waist. of roses securing a bouffant veil, the bride by Misses Joyce Thorley, Mary Har:gan, A s,od Carol Jones They were attired :n full ffbcked nylon over taffeta, with blue sashes a headdresses and gloves. Mr Joseph Madden w The reception was held at the Bars Hotel. honeymoon w
1 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Ronk& 250 October, and cigarettes valued at 138 l's. Macaskill, prosecuting. P Nickson inter'roosts replied. esestegt-tiew. ve Nig *Owe pel them

Ronk& 250 October, and cigarettes valued at 138 l's. Macaskill, prosecuting. P Nickson inter'roosts replied. esestegt-tiew. ve Nig *Owe pel them

Ronk& 250 October, and cigarettes valued at l's. Macaskill, prosecuting. P Nickson inter'roosts replied. esestegt-tiew. *Owe pel them at the Quarter breakins_and Ursula mar, Hand- property of the North Weak- • Fair • • weather • ~. or foul? , What's the forecast for yon when you
1 November 1963 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England