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  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

22 Sep 1967

Bowling prize-winners were: Ist, Mrs McLellan, Mr G. Begg, Mrs A. Murray and Mrs Laird (skip); 2nd, Mrs A. Wilson, Mr F. Aitken, Mrs Cook, Mrs Flood (skip). Special prizes were won by:— Mrs J. R. Young, Mrs Rankin, Mrs

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

7 Jan 1966

holiday season, and Mr Barbour returned refreshed from his visit to the United States. Ronald A, Macnab , relieved of his duties u a chaplain with the Royal Mr Force, was inducted to Chapelhall Parish Church, in the Presbytery of Hamilton. Mr Macnab is one

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

27 Aug 1954

Caldwell. Jelly-1. Mrs 31. Walker; 2, lota J. Laniont ; 3, Mrs Torrance. Girdle Scones--Mrs Montgomery; 2, Mrs It. Ferguson; 3, Mrs Findlay. Pancakes— I, 31i. Chalmers; 2, Mrs 31. Walker. Par- I. Mrs )1. N. Cameron; 2, Mrs 31. Walker; 3, Isa J. Lamont. Empire

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

16 Nov 1962

evening of last week—Mrs I. C. M. Fairweather presiding. Delegates gave their reports as follows:—Home Mission—Mrs J. Taylor; Foreign Mission —Mrs A. McDowall; Jewish Mission — Mrs J. Kelly; Temperance and Morals Committee—Mrs C. Reid. Mr David Nicol, Irvine

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

16 Oct 1959

LATE MR WILLIAM MANSON, M.B.E. The death took place suddenly last Thursday evening of a well known personality in Jlr William Manson, nt his residence, 9 Galt Avenue. Mr Manson came to Irvine as a boy to reside with his uncle and aunt, the late Mr and

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

9 Jun 1967

Police- Judge G. Jermond. Mr Mullin married a Canadian lady and the couple have a family of two grown up daughters and a son, and nine grandchildren. During his stay in Irvine Mr Mullin has been staying with his sister, Mrs Brown, in Thornhouse Avenue

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

20 Nov 1964

Thursday evening last. prizewinners were: Ladies—l, Mrs W. Finlay; last five hands, Mrs D. Walker. Gent's-1, Mr F. Aitken; last five hands, Mrs Laird (playing as gent.). The prizes were donated by Mr and Mrs A. Henshall. . ..s,— I PUDUC NOTION IRVINE

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

4 May 1951

whist the ladies did full justice to the lovely tea prepared by the committee. Mrs Craig then presented the prizes to the following :—Visitors—Mrs Thom, Ardeer, Mrs Wallace, Kilmarnock, and Mrs Kirkwood, Kilwinning. Irvine Winton—Mrs Bingham, Mrs Timpany

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

23 Mar 1962

Thursday evening last by Irvine Winton bowling club, were: Ladles-1, Mrs J. Laird; 2, Mrs H. Muir. Gent.'s—l, Mr W. Finlay; 2, Mrs J. R. Young. The prises were donated by Mr and Mrs J. Speirs. National Savings in Irvine for the week ending 3rd March amounted

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

4 Feb 1966

the wonderful service he has given us, * added Mr Adams who presented Dr Laird with a silver salver and a cheque and Mrs Laird with a brooch on behalf of the farming industry and allied trades. During his time be came to be regarded as one of Britain's

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

29 Jun 1962

before the Second World War when the trip was made on the Laird's Isle. He thanked the members of the catering staff who had looked after them all so well, Mr Pollock for his kindly welcome, Mr W. L. Rushford, passenger manager, Kr W. E. Robertson, assistant

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

19 Nov 1965

conduct by his reflections on the experiences of his life. (4) The Entail. Here again is the simple plot of the Galt novel. The main character is Claud Walkenshaw, grandson of the last laird of Kittlestonheugh, who lost his estate fortunes and his son, Claud's

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

6 Apr 1956

& 8. Bing[re A. P. Wark, 1 Annick Road; Committee Mrs J. R. Young, Mrs 0. Birk, Mrs J. Laird, Mrs R. Smith, Mrs W. Finlay, Mrs A. Henderson. Auditor—Mrs T. H. Mama. Opening day is Tuesday, lst May, at 2.16 p.m., when the president will welcome old and

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

1 Apr 1955

their members. Mr R. Y. Gilmour and Mr John G. Hamilton went forward into the ranks of their honorary members and that Mr Colin Campbell had presented the chili a St. Andrews flag with the letters I.G.C. emblazoned on it. DREG HORN Mr and Mrs Wm. Lindsay

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

7 Oct 1955

gift, as were also Mrs Fairweather, Mrs Henderson. Mrs Black and Mrs Al• Kay for making the tea during the season. Whist winners were Mrs Ri-h--mond. Mrs G. Smith and Mrs Comer. Special nrize was by Mrs Spence. The guest of honour was Mrs Gardner at present

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

28 Mar 1958

vere donated by Mr and Mrs J. H. Wetion and were won as follows: Ladies-1, Nlrs D. Ilmpany ; 2, Mrs J. R. Young; 1, Mrs W. Laird. Gent.'s-1, Pres. D. Hynd: 2, Mr J. Muir; 3, Mr J. Gilmore. Special prizes were also gifted by Mr and Mrs D. Walker and these

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

5 Oct 1951

were won in pairs by I—Mrs H. Wark and Mrs A. P. Wark. 2Mrs Brown and Mrs H. Inglis. 3 Mrs Laird and Mrs J. R. Young. Mrs G. Black's prize was won by Mrs J. R. Young, and Mrs Bramanti's prizes by Mrs Bicker and Mrs Craig. View article

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

6 Apr 1962

follows: First Year Certificates—Mr D. cotton, Mr J. Logue, Mr J. Greer, Mr M McKenzie, Mr S. Finlay, Mr J. Lennox, Mr R. Parkinson and Mr J. Mulholland. Re-Examination Certificates —Mr S. Cairns (also Medallion); Mr E. P 1 (Tenth Year). TribUtes to the

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

14 Aug 1959

Guards), 44 Wallace Road. Mr George Smith, who left Irvine for Australia when 15 years of age is at present paying a visit to his native town, together with his wife, son and daughter. Mr Smith, who formerly was employed in Messrs Laird and Son 'e Blockwork

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

18 Feb 1966

conducted worship and, gave the closing' message 4. Kra J. 'Rankine sang solos, Mrs. D. Craig •and KrriD. Glen contributed duets; and Mr McLarty, Mr D. Craig and Mr D. Glen played mashiel selectionralid gave testimonies. Tomorrow (Saturday) there, miU be

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