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  • County: Ayrshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

16 Mar 1956

tables were occupied and the pries . 'cindly donated by Mrs G. Dillon, were won :—Ladies-1. Mrs J. Laird ; 2. Mrs H. Wark ; 7 , Mrs W. Finlay. Gent.'s—l, Mr T. H Mford ; 2, Mr I. Gardner; 3, Mr 1. Black. In reply to a question by Councillor Her- Ilertson

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

20 Dec 1957

when the prises, kindly dotaitel by Mr and Mrs Joseph Laird, were woo ns follows :—Ladies—l, Mrs G. Blvd:: 2, Mrs J. Neil; 3, Miss T. Steele. Gent's-- 1, Vice-President D. Hynd; 2. Mr J. Garven (after a tie); 3, Mr W. Fairweather. The TowitClerk reported

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

20 Nov 1953

raillows:-1, Mrs M•Gregor ;2, Mrs Tweedie ; way. The Irvine - also burst its banks at 3, Mrs J. Neil; 4, Mrs C. Kirk. Hostess Merryvale and n the Shealtuia area , In ttlinear getting fterio( an n there:to t nrehouses real threat t t of the prize—Mrs H. Wark

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

18 Nov 1960

hands, Mr John Frew; consointion, Miss E. K. Gilmore (playing as gent.). Hostess—Mrs R. Hall. Mrs MeConkie, Mrs R. Wark, Mrs Paton, Mrs Allison. Extras—Mrs Shanks, Miss T. Steel, Mrs A. B. Wark, Mrs G. Watson, Mrs Russell, Mrs Munro, Miss Cnrven, View article

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

9 Oct 1953

The prizewinners were :-- Lndies—L Mrs A. Ilersebell ; 2, Mrs A. P. Work ; 3, Mrs W. Murray. (tents-1, Mr A. Herschell; 2. Mr J. Muir; 3, Mr J. Murray. Prizes for the occasion were donated by President and Mrs J. Laird. A conductress who hail tendered a

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

8 Apr 1966

Montgomerie, Mrs Howat, Mrs Hay, tlp'dinner was in the hands of Mr Mrs Brown, Mrs Spence, Mrs Wright of the Irvine Club. Graham, Mrs Hannah, Mr W. toast Our Guests was pro- Blaikie (Kilwinning), Mrs Ramsay posed by Mr A. Wright, treasurer and Mr Neil. I

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

15 Jul 1960

the same Glasgow firm of accountants, with which Mr William Lockhart, snr., was also connected. In Irvine, his home town, on a holiday this week, is Mr John MoLanghlan, from New Jersey, U.S.A. This is Mr MoLaughlan's third visit borne in five years. Partner

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

20 Mar 1964

said she had been part: cularly interested in Mrs Findlay'. talk on the work of the Red Cros abroad, with particular emphasis or Kenya. The reason for this was tha a former Irvine lady, Mrs P. J. Gil. (Jean Laird Bruce). who lived it Kenya. was a professional

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

9 Jul 1965

Teachers, and to that small bundle of energy—my Lady Superintendent. Mr Davidson's work with time-tables, Mr Russell's help in all directions, Mr Smith's musicianship, Mr Reid's handling of difficult problems, and Mr Forbes' brilliant work with pupils, and Road

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

8 Dec 1967

fond was the ,grannies and he often thought his memories of his own grandmother were some of the nicest things in life. There were also other kinds of lassies -we must include in our toast that evening. The lady doctors and nurses, the teachers, the dentists

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

15 Feb 1957

Irvine Meadow F.C, Ladies willing to net as hostesses on this occasion are naked to get into touch with Mrs A. B. Wark, Bank Street, or Mrs Thomas Campbell, West Road, :- :--- : Congratulations to L/S D. M`Gowan of the !mine Sea Cadets on his excellent performance

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

7 Mar 1958

follows: Ladies-Ist, Mrs Deans; 2nd, Mrs Wallace: last five hands, Mrs Robertson; -4‘nsolation, Mee Scott. Gent.'s—let, Mr `fart in : 2nd, Mr Campbell; last five hands. Mr MeCnakill; consolation, Mrs Tweedie (acting). Domino prises —lest, Mrs Curdy ;

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

5 Oct 1962

Club pairs —Mrs C. Kirk and Mrs W. Finlay; Prizes presented by Mr Hugh Wark, President of the Scottish Bowling Association, were won by Mrs Cowper, Mrs Spence, Mrs Colville, Mrs Macnab. Whist prizes were won by Mrs R. B. Spence, Mrs A. Weir, Mrs J. B. Wark

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

7 Nov 1958

Friday wer( , as follows:---Ladies--1, Mrs D. Barr; 2, Airs W. Wilson; last five hands, Mrs Jamieson; (Immolation, Mrs J. Greenlees. Cent's- -I, Mr A. Galloway; 2, Mr W. Finlay; last five hands, Mr B. Carroll: consolation, Mrs K. u (acting). There were

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

14 Nov 1958

Winton Bowling Club last Thursday evening 11 tables were occupied. The prizewinners were: Ladies-1, Mrs Jns. Neil; 2, Mrs Jas. Harvie. Gent.'s-1, Mr 1. Gardner; Mr W. Laird. Irvine Royal Academy, traditionally n soccer-playing school, made new inroads into

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

14 Feb 1958

occupied, the prizes, kindly donated on this occasion by Mr S. Hynd, were won as follows: Ladies—l, Mrs H. Muir; 2, Miss T. gteele; 3, Mrs I. Gardner. Gent.'s—l, Mr J. R. Young; 2, Mr J. Muir; 3, Mr J. Laird. We understand that a linkage of Trinity and Wils

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

18 Mar 1955

Muir ; 2. Mrs J. Murray; 3. Mrs J. Laird. Gents.-1. Mr J. Muir; 2, Mr A. Herachell; 3, Mr A. Craig. :-. :-.. : Meadow will introduce their lastest signing—Alan Abrinea. in the Vernon Trophy replay against Kilwinning Rangers at Meadow Park on Raturday. Jacky

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

18 May 1956

this event possible, Ind Mr Wallace, the energetic secretary informs us that this will not he the last, of such shows. At the close Mr Bell expressed thanks to aqistes and Mr Clark, and suitable acknowledgment was made by Mr M'Clearie on behalf of the

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

22 Sep 1967

yesterday morning on the first stage of his journey back to Clear Water, Florida, in which town he has now his home. He says he enjoyed every minute of his seven week's stay in his home town. Mr Mitchell is a son of the late Mr James Mitchell, tailor, Bridgegate

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

27 Mar 1953

the prises were won as follows:—Ladies—let, Mrs J. Laird; 2nd, Mrs H. Inglis; 3rd. Mrs W. Murray. Gents—let, Mr W. Murray ; 2nd, Mr W. Finlay; 3rd, Mr D. Walker. Prices on this occasion were kindly donated by Mr and Mrs' R.' R. Paterson. The Ayrshire Amateur

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