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

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

28 Oct 1955

occupied and the prises, donated by vicepresident and Mrs James Neil, were won by :—Ladies—l, Mrs D. Timpany; 2, Mrs G. Brown; 3, Mrs G. Black. Gent.'s—l, Mr J. Wyper; 2, Mr D. Timpany; 3, Mr J. Laird. Bailie Paterson presided at Monday's sitting of Irvine

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

8 Jul 1966

preacher at both sessions and in the morning he was misted by Mr William Laird and In the evening by Mr Duncan DISTRICT CUP DRAW Duff. At the morning service Mr Greg gave a special welcome to Mr and Nelson former mem At the annual meeting of the bers of

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

13 Jun 1958

at the counters. :-.:-: The ladies of Irvine Winton Bowling Club are still in the forefront in the Scottish ties, the rink having got through to the 3rd round. The rink cemprising Mrs Richmond, Mrs Laird, Mrs Craig and Mrs Finlay (skip) play the next

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

14 Jan 1966

students, His one contact with Irvine in the past few years was made through Mrs Watson, better known to Irvineites as Peggy Penman, late of Harbour Street, and In 1962 he was visited by his boyhood friend, Mr, John D. MacGregor. Before leaving Irvine Mr Goldie

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

31 Aug 1956

on Friday test of Mr Walter Wark was a great tri'Jute to the popularity 3f a most liked& personality. Mr Wark was a member of the joinery firm of Messrs Charles Wark tnd Sons, Ltd., which film was founded 'ty his father, the late Mr Charles Wark, Ind

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

15 Jan 1960

Thursday night by Irvine Winton bowling club. The prizes, donated by Mr and Mrs David %Walker, were won by Mrs W. Murray. 2, Mrs G. Smith. Gent's—l, Mr Jas. Harvie; 2, Mr Joseph Laird. There were 252 cases, involving 380 persons, dealt with at Irvine Burgh

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

9 Sep 1955

Hord, :- :- : The ladies of Irvine Winton Bowling Club played the last of the monthly games in aid of St. Dunstan's on Tuesday. Prises were gifted by Mrs C. Kirk and won by Mrs Bingham, Mrs Laird and Mrs Anderson (skip). :-:-: Mr lan Whyte, conductor

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

4 Jan 1957

encore demands. Mr Hugh Shedden opened with a beautiful rendering of Bless This House in which his splendid baritone voice was heard to full advantage. His other items Nirvana and Corn' Rigs also given in • manner which deliffitiiir his audience. Miss

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

22 Jun 1962

joyful celebration, as Mrs Brown Is his sister. A further discussion of the Burgh took place at the home of Mr and Henderson, the last-named bein g the youngest daughter of the late Councillor Tom Penman, Garnock Inn. Both ladies wish to be remembered

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

7 Aug 1953

report by the Burgh Surveyor, eontainshops at the shopping centre in 'Callon hi s proposals for the development of 852 : J. Wyllie., 850.7, Nom.; J. Mimes Road. and that Mr Kennedy had indicited the ground at Gottries Road recently ac- & Soil, 849.7;

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

30 Nov 1951

Irvine Winton howling club. The prizewinners were: Ladies—l, Mrs J. S. Ireland; 2, Mrs W. Finlay; 9, Mrs J. Laird. Gent.'s—T, Mr J. R. Young; 2, Mr J. Hynd (No. 2); 3, Mr Jas. Neil. Special prize —Mr H. Wark. As will be seen from advertising columns Irvine

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

18 Dec 1964

they have come to live. In the chair was Mr William Johnston, M.A., the president, and the vice-president, Mr Robert A. Clowes, was croupier. The secretarial duties were in the capable hands of Mr Robert Kirk, and Mr Sydney A. Nichols looked after the financial

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

10 Jun 1955

that he did not hesitate to over his services in the late war, and his value in the recruitment and training of the local detachment of the Home Guard was duly recognised by his being commissioned as a Lieutenant. Mr Pirrie also applied himself to community

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

13 May 1955

in the Municipal Clubhouse the convener presented each of the players with a golf ball and paid tribute to Mr Irvine, the greenkeeper, and his staff for getting the course into such good order for the opening of the new playing season. Captain Bowen expressed

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

15 Feb 1957

Thursday evening when the prises, kindly donated by Mr David Hynd, were won as llows:—Ladies-1, Mrs C. Kirk ; 2, Mrs G. Dillon; 3, Mrs \V. Finlay. Gent.'s—l, Mr J. Laird (after a tie); 2, Mr G. H. Smith; 3, Mr Wm. Fairweather. The annual general meeting of

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

8 Nov 1963

an old age pe or infirm person had no male relitwere:—Ladies--1, Mrs A. Macnab; tives who could do the work but it 2, Mrs J. Laird. Gent's-1, Mr W. was pointed out he would have to Hargreaves; 2, Mrs H. Wark (play- submit this as a notice of motion. ing

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

14 Mar 1958

Thuriday evening when the prizes, gifted by Mr and Mrs W. Laird, were won as follows: Ladies—l, Mrs W. Finlay; 2, Mrs W. Murray (after a tie); 3, Mrs C. Kirk. Gent:a-1,3h W. Fairweather; 2, Mr A. Rowat ; 3, Mr R. R. Fulton. Ist Brigade, hove won the Welsh

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

28 Aug 1959

leaving for home Mr Brown met number of lrvineites now resident in finluwayn, including Mr and Mrs Abel shields (Annie Aitken) and Mrs Shields sister Inn, Mr and Mrs Samuel Queen (Jenny (libson), Mr and Mrs William Robertson and Mr and Mrs Ceorge Robertmn

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

19 Dec 1958

following: Ladies-1, Mrs Hammil; 2, Mrs Brown; consolation, Mrs Greenlee'. Gent.'s-1, 3.lre Greenlee' (playing as gent.); 2, Mrs C. Kirk (playing as gent.); consolation, Mr Laird. Special prises—Mrs Walker and Mr J. Wills. Hostess prizes —Mrs McAllister

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Irvine Herald

Irvine Herald Ayrshire, Scotland

11 Oct 1957

sident's—Mrs M. Inglis; Vice-President's—Mrs W. Finlay ; Club Pairs--Mrs W. Richmond and Mrs A. P. Wark ; St. Dunstan's Cup and Prise—Mrs W. Finlay, runner-up— Mrs A. Craig. Whist—ht. Mrs A. P. Wark ; 2nd, Mrs A. Miles; 3rd, Mrs Dominoes—Mrs D. Hynd and

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