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  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

16 May 1953

were:—Partner 1 Mrs Niven and Mrs Alexander, 2 Mr Balteziuk and partner. 3 Misses E. and B. Norrie, 4 Mrs Swan and Mrs Johnston, 5 Miss Bowyer and Mrs MTntosh. Ordinary whist: —Ladies —1 Mrs Scott, Mrs Murray, 3 Mrs Gordon, 4 Mrs MacMillan, View article

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Fifeshire Advertiser

Fifeshire Advertiser Fife, Scotland

12 Jan 1952

programme were Mrs J. airs Watson, Mrs Forbes, Mrs Fleming, Mrs Wood, Mrs Philip, Mr Gay, Mr Davidson. Mr and Mrs Connachie from Pleau (duet). Free gifts handed in Mrs Pate and Mrs Fleming, for'the old folks, were won by Mr

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

3 Mar 1951

Gordon. Hostesses Miss M'Gaw, Mrs C. S. Grace, Mrs Shearer. Special prizes Mrs C. S. Grace. Mr Robertson, Mrs Janetta, Mrs Underwood, Mrs Westwood, Mrs Rennie. Mrs Armstrong, Mrs M’Gregor, Mrs Lumsden, Mrs Barry, View article

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Leven Mail

Leven Mail Fife, Scotland

17 Sep 1952

accomsh. The fete was opened by Mrs A. B. Munro Ferguson, wife of the Laird, and among the pdrty on the platform were Viscount Simon, Lady Hutchison of Montrose, Mr J. Henderson Stewart, MP. for East Fife, who presided. and 'Mr Ralph Harris, prospective Liberal

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Fifeshire Advertiser

Fifeshire Advertiser Fife, Scotland

25 Feb 1956

given by Mr W. Omand. chairman of the Board; Mr R. Melville. Education Committee; Mrs Bell, Mrs Duncan and Mr A. Robertson, members of the Board. Questions were asked and a discussion followed. Tea was served, and votes thanks were proposed by Mrs Lockhart

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

18 Nov 1953

in the Y.M. Hall on Saturday, when ros 7d was realised. Mr Leitch was at the door, and helpers were: Mrs Jordan, Mrs White, Mrs Smith, Mrs Goldsmith, Mrs Leitch, Mrs Proudfoot, Mrs Halley and Mrs M'Kinnon. The winner of a cake was Miss Halley. CUPAR SOCIETY’S

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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian Fife, Scotland

6 Mar 1954

rdies—l Mrs Douglas. 2 Mrs W. Carstairs. consolation Mrs Fraser: Gents—l Mr W. Millar. 2 W. fMrstairs. consolation C. Tubb. Follow ng a nice service of tea the przes were presented bv Mrs T. Fraser manner. On the proposal of Bro Wishart. Mrs Fraser was

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

2 Feb 1955

with the branch from its inception, and on his suggestion it was agreed to record appreciation of Mr Sharp’s services to the branch and to send a letter of sympathy to Mrs Sharp. Mr W. M. Hall, treasurer, in his report, stated that 15 new members joined

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

20 Jul 1955

about the body with his booted foot, ment she said the hov’s father was to take back aBam - (Laughter.) • . ■. . i maioritv of Hollano. L ut b bcouts arc Donaldson was defended Mr s ne saia tne ooy s ratner was Mr Ki said he had al s Mr Keia said the large

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

30 Jan 1954

Airs Flynn, sen., and Mrs Flynn, jun.; J. Berry and J. Todd; 5 Mrs M'lntosh, jun., and Mrs M‘lntosh, sen. Ordinary Whist Ladies 1 Mrs Scott, 2 Mrs Swan, 3 Mrs Berry, 4 Mrs M‘Gregor, 5 Mrs Bairner. Gents, and ladies of gents. 1 Mrs M’lntosh. D. MacMillan

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

7 Nov 1951

SONGS LAIRD O’ COCKPEN The Laird o’ Cockpen he’s proud an’ he’s great, His mind is ta’en wi’ things o’ the state; He wanted a wife his braw house to keep, But favour wi’ wooin’ was fashious to seek Doun by the dyke-side a lady did dwell, At his table-head

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

24 Apr 1954

Gomme-Duncan. Mr D. Jamieson, Mr L. Ayton, Miss Jamieson, Master Jamieson, St Andrews; Mr and Mrs Gibson; Wing-Commander and Mrs Matthews, Mr and Mrs Dodds and Master W. Dodds; Mr and Mrs Bell, Leuchars; Mr and Mrs G. B. PatuUo and family, Arbroath; View article

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Leven Mail

Leven Mail Fife, Scotland

16 May 1956

District Camera Club. So this time the judges were three ladiesMrs Pairman, Mrs Bennett and Mrs Kennedy. Their choice fell on Mr McMann. who is at present an electrician with the Michael Pit. The Laird Helps Kennoway Scouts V- THE rut Inv In, _ Leven Is Playing

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

2 Apr 1952

last week. Mr J. Brown was cardmaster, and prizes were handed over by Mrs A. Wilson to: Ladies i Mrs M‘Robbie, 2 Mrs J. Deans; consolation, Miss P. Bayne. Gents. 1 D. Hogg, 2 S. M'Donald; consolation, J. Oliphant. Raffle prizes Mrs Maule and Mr T. Ritchie

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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian Fife, Scotland

7 Nov 1953

organised by Mr Gray. E.U. Congregational Church. The E.U. Church Men’s Association held their monthly whist drive on Wednesday. Prize-winners were:— LadiesMrs A. Balfour, Mrs Mulvaney. Mrs A. Brown; Gents—Mrs Ritchie. Mrs Rae. C. Lynch. Mrs Rae graciously

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

14 Apr 1951

gents.—l Mrs T. Gordon, Mrs A. Thom, 3 Mrs A. Sweeney; consolation, Mrs D. •Smart. Hostess —Mrs G. Brown and Mrs A. Thom. Other prizes were won by Lt.-Col. W. H. Pike, Mrs Cole, Mrs Robertson, Mr J. W. Fox, Miss Spence, Mr Cuthbert, and Mrs Niven. SCOUT

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

15 Jul 1953

Edward Stuart was in Perth gathering an army. The Laird, J. R. Donaldson, wanted to go and follow Prince Charles, but his lady, Helen Sinclair, was arguing with him to stay at home as he had already sent his son and was too old for fighting anyway. The arrival

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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian Fife, Scotland

1 May 1954

auspices the ladies social committee a whist and bridge drive was held in Bennochy House on Saturday. Hostesses were Mrs Zielinska. Mrs Buczkowska. Mrs Rosiak. Mrs Kozlowska. Mrs Blankenstein. Mrs Croughan. Mrs Gluch, Mrs Terlecka. Mrs KUnke. Mrs Bogie. C

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Fife Herald

Fife Herald Fife, Scotland

24 Dec 1952

was played, with Mr J. Reid as cardmaster, when winners were; Ladies i Mrs Campbell, 2 Miss Spence, 3 Mrs Scott, 4 Miss M. Stewart. Gents. 1 Mr Orchison, 2 Mr Campbell, 3 Mr Henderson, 4 Mr Reid. Specials—Mrs Gibson, Mrs Reid and Mr R. Watt. The prizes

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Fifeshire Advertiser

Fifeshire Advertiser Fife, Scotland

16 Sep 1950

Park, 100; Kavenscraig. 168. Weekly domino tournament—l, W. Andrew; 2, A. Kelly. Ladies' whist-1, Mrs Fisher; 2, Mrs N'ess. Raffle prize—J. Shaw. Marriage Presentation. —Mr George Penman, engineering assistant tile Water bhiglncer's Department, was met

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