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  • County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999
  • Type: Illustrated

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

29 Mar 1957

Our Lady's in Shield Final 29th March, 1957 Our Lady's H.S., 3; liatlig - ate St. Mary's, 1. At Cliftoubill, Coatbridge, en Saturday, Our Lady's High se h o w, Motherwell, won their say w the thud of the Scottish Senior seemidary Schools' Shield hr d

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

31 Mar 1978

Tuesday were Mrs C. Hanley, Mrs E. McMillan and Mr S. Donaldson. Thursday's winners were Mr R. McMillan, Mrs A. McLean, Mrs N. Steel and Mrs B. Stewart. The final of the ladies pairs competition has been played. Winners were Mrs A. Newlands and Mrs M. Devine;

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

10 Mar 1967

younger daughter of Mr and Mrs J Elder, 13 Magnolia Street, Viishaw, and HENRY, son of Mr and e Mrs T. Road, MAINSTONIE ließitlDE. moth families have pluck plea- sure in announotog engige- intent of CHRISTINE, youngest daughter Mr and Mrs Mcßride, 3 Claire

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

21 May 1982

the following session are: Pres. Mrs Sheriden, Vice Pres. Mrs M. Russell, Treas. Mrs J. Kelly. Pres. Sec. Mrs N. Sellar, Magazine Sec. Miss M. Forrest, Sec. Mrs B. Young, Banker Mrs H. Dickie. Committee: Mrs Beaton, Mrs Boyd, Frater, Ramsay, Robertson

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

4 Dec 1954

savage ult on an innocent member public, who was going his own business. Thlite as the viewers saw it. !Vie David Anderson, prospective Unimist candidate for Coatbridge and Airdrie constituency Mr and Mrs Robert Sneddon, S 8 Cairrihill Road. being A . group

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

30 Apr 1982

the Community Centre. Mrs Edgar from Lesmahagow assisted by Mrs Simpson showed the members how to do a Macrame. Each member did a peice of the work and there were some eery good results. Mrs Isobel Stodart thanked Mrs Edgar and Mrs Simpson for a very happy

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

12 Sep 1980

then take time this weekend to look in at LAIRD CARPETS, at SS THORNBRIDGE ROAD, GARROWHILL. Here you will find Mr Laird on hand to advise and assist, and you will be sure of finding a bargain here among his excellent stock. Here are just a few examples

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

10 Sep 1965

SCONES—I, Mrs Gowans; 2. Mrs Paterson. THREE OVEN SCONES I, Mrs J. Henderson; 2, Mrs Robertson; 3, Mrs Mcßride. DOUBLE SPONGE (no filling) Mrs Mcßride; 2, Mrs Paterson. ONE EGG SPONGE I. Mrs Mcßride. ONE BUTTER SPONGE I. Mrs Mcßride; 2. —; 3. Mrs Robertson

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

2 Mar 1979

the District Hall on Thursday evening. Mrs Porteus, president. opened the event. Prizewinners were: I, Mrs Baillie; 2. Mrs Woods; 3, Mrs Crawford; 4. Mrs J. Gibson; 5. Mr T. Semple; 6, Mrs Orr; Consolation, Mrs Miller. The evening was the first of many

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Jun 1950

Himself known. SATURDAY JOHN LAIRD retired some ten years ago from his work behind the nlough. He and his wife rented a small upstairs house in John Street, Penicuik, and their setting sun promised happy things. Alas, Mrs Laird was stricken with illness

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

5 Jun 1970

How much I miss you day by day LAIRD. - At Motherwell Maternity Lonely is the home without you, (that hand, LAIRD. on 29th May, 1970, to DEIDRE God of Mercy Rest Eternal. catering staff of Shotts Co-op; - Inserted by his loving wife, Life to me is not

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 Jun 1962

and Advertiser, Friday, June 22, 1%2 Miss Diana B. H. Laird, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. W. Laird, Redfern 38 East Hamilton Street, Wishaw, and her bridegroom Mr Gilbert McKinlay, son of Mr and Mrs William McKinlay, 60 Benhar Road, Shotts, pictured after

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

29 Jan 1982

purchased Mrs Marshall and the soci. Band coming to the club aloft by Mrs Mamie Laird. Hugh Frame proprietor of get a refreshment at the ence is the Country Wine several pairs of adjustable ety on behalf of the hospit- on Saturday at 1 p.m. to Mrs Nancy Thomson

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

5 Mar 1982

Bill Moulds; secretary, Mr Bill Drysdale; treasurer, Mrs Isa Sanderson. The delegates to the constituency quarterly conference will be Mr Wright, Councillor Eileen Logan, Mr Drysdale, Mr Moulds, Mr Colin Donnelb and Mr Jim Quinn. The secretary/agent of the

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

28 May 1982

hi Nee, Mr D. Bryden, Mr Adam, Mrs Smith I ), Mrs Ewing (Braid%%nod), Mrs Dune, Mrs I hompson (Forth), Mr Polloch, Mr Rodger, Miss Held, Miss McCall, Mr Miss White, Mr 1 oung, Mr Cleary. The company were then ertained by music from he winners of the Young

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

16 Jul 1982

move to his Mr who lives wife's native Wales with with Nancy and his family, where he ina two at Airbles tends to take a course in F Motherwell, computing. hes District lac than 14 TRIBUTE Motherwell and Glasgow Wishaw MP, Dr. Jeremy A n praised Mr Abbott

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1959

duets from Mr R Carroll, and Mr McCulloch, and musical trios from Mr J. and Mr A W. Lannigan, who played the a cornet, and Mr Anderson who played the piano accordion. Mr Moore gave two readings. There it were two short addresses from a 1 Mr John Walters

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 May 1983

workmen to carry Corby bowling me n t hi s The social committee ton Scouts are now getting President, Mrs Clinch; out essential roof repairs. weekend. This coincides have a super night prepared for their sum- president, Mrs Margaret Cly de Fireman's finals

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Motherwell Times

Motherwell Times Lanarkshire, Scotland

2 Jul 1954

wheelbarrow race—l, Mr and Mrs T. Crossan. , Ladies’ three-legged race-1, A. McTeer and B. Laird. Interdepartmental events Ladies’ relay (4 x 80 yds.) N. F. Assembly; Gents’ relay (4 x 100 yds.)— Tool Room; Ladies’ tug-of-war (6 per team) TYC. Assembly; Gents’

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

25 Mar 1966

money, given by Mrs Murdoch, Mrs Erskine Parish Church He compared the old school said Mr Hamilton, could be spent Pringle, Mrs Topping, Mrs Allen Passion Sunday building (almost 100 years old) , on some sp ecific item for school and Mrs Middleton, were

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