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

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Aug 1954

organised by Mrs Howden. Mrs M'Gill and Mrs Nicol took place in the Torwood Foundry Canteen on Wednesday evening. Twenty-two tables were occupied and the Cardmaster was Mr John Howden. The prizes, won by Mrs Laird, Mrs Arundel Mrs Spalding. Mrs Paterson.

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Nov 1950

Whyte; 2, Mrs A. Morrison: consolation, Miss Betty Davy. Gentlemen —1, Mrs Plenderleith; 2. Mr J. Cramb; consolation. Mrs A. Campbell. Dominoes —l, Mrs Keir; 2. Mrs Pollock. Hostess prize, Mrs Stronach. The votes of thanks to Mr and Mrs Woodburn were proposed

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

25 Apr 1953

entry. DENNY UADIES v. STIRLING LADIES. At Stirling, on Monday. Details (Denny Ladies nrsl): Miss £. Watson, 1; Mrs Miskimmon, 0. Miss E M'Laren. 1; Miss Fraser, 0. Mrs Mercer, 1; Mrs Merrylees. 0. Mrs Cruicks, 1; Mrs Morgan, 0. Miss J. H. Dunn, 1; Miss

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 Aug 1954

evening. Mrs George Smith presided. Mrs G, Smith. Mrs I. Laird, Mrs Anderson and Mrs Carson were elected attend the Section Executive and four official meetings to be held in the Masonic Hail. Denny, on Saturday, August. Mrs K. Monaghan and Mrs G. Smith

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

17 Jul 1954

presented by Mrs Shand to the following prize-winners:—LadiesMrs Straiten; 2, Mrs Anderson; consolation, Mrs Paterson. Gentlemen—l. Mrs Wood; 2, Mrs Mitchell; consolation, Mrs Hogarth. Special prizes were,awarded to Mrs Hogarth and Mrs Forsyth. Cardmaster

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

25 Mar 1950

the evening Mr Neil Wilson was called upon to make the presentation to Mr G. Gauld, secretary, of a gift in appreciation of his services. Mr Gauld, Mr Wilson said, had given ungrudging labour to the club and the members were indebted to him. Mr Gauld, In

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

5 Jun 1954

Wednesday evening. Mrs George Smith, president, presided. Mrs G. Smith and Mrs F. Monaghan gave a report on the first day of the Congress held at Stirling. and the report on the second day’s proceedings was given by Mrs M. Anderson and Mrs Laird. Gifts donated

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

11 Apr 1953

by Mr John Turnbull, president. whose wife presented the Prizes to the following:—Ladies—l, Mrs F. M'Gill; 2, Mrs Russell; consolation, Mrs R. Cowan. Gentlemen —1, Mr D. Hannah; 2, Mrs Crawford (playing as gentleman): consolation, Mr G. Cameron Mr Alex

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Feb 1954

Wednesday—Ladies 1. Mrs A. Innes; last six hands. Mrs W. M'Watt. Gentlemen —J.Mr T. Weir; last six hands, Mr W. Bryson. Saturday Ladies 1, Mr Jas. Duncan (playing as lady): last six hands, Mrs James Duncan. Gentlemen 1, Mr D. Graham; last six hands, Mr W. O

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

22 Dec 1951

Gentlemen 1, Mr D. Leitch; 2. Mr Dick; consolation, Mr J. Dyer. Dominoes Mrs M’Phie and Mrs R. Marshall. Mrs G. Anderson, secretary, proposed votes of thanks to Mrs Haddow tor presenting the prizes, and to Messrs W. Stirling, Miller, Gardiner and Proffit

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

10 Oct 1953

presented by Mrs J. Godfrey as fol- lows:—Ladies —1. Mrs A. Bryce; 2,' Mrs Forgie; consolation, Mrs J. M. Scott. Gentlemen —l, Mr A. Muirhead; 2. Mrs R. M'Farlane; consolation, Mrs Osprey. Hostesses prizes were secured by Mrs A. Bryce and Mrs G. Smith. Mr

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 Nov 1953

Peoples’s Hall. Mr R. Stewaut officiated as Cardmaster at the whist, and the prize-winners were Ladies 1, Mrs Wm. Moffat (after tie); 2, Mrs W. Paterson! lucky table, Mrs W. Craig; consolation, Mrs H. Thorburn. Gentlemen 1, Mr Wm. Moffat; 2, Mr R. Bryce; lucky

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Feb 1954

Martin, Mrs Young and Mrs Pender, duet. Mrs Young and Mrs Pender, violin selections, Mr J. Nimmo; sketch by members of the Guild. Mr A. B. Laing was the accompanist. At the end of a most enjoyable concert, the artistes were w’armly thanked by Mrs Laing

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Nov 1953

Mr James M’Kee. Denny an THE LATE MRS ALEX. EDGAR. The death occurred on Monday of Mrs Alexander Edgar at the residence her daughter, the Manor House. King’s Sutton. Bambury. Mrs Edgar had gone to reside there only about seven weeks ago. Her maiden name

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

2 Oct 1954

and the following emerged as winners:— Ladies X. Mrs Logan; 2. Mrs Gillespie; booby. Mrs J. Miller. Gentlemen 1, Mr F. Esplin: 2, Mr A. Cockburn; booby,’ Mr Liddell. Dominoes 1, Mr Jarrett; 2. Mrs Deans; 3, Mrs Phillips. The prizes, which had been donated

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

3 Jan 1953

disposal of Mr J. A. M. M'Oustra and his fellowworkers without any obligation o expense was concerned. The visit of the Old Church Choir to Torwood Hall on Christmas Eve (arranged by Mrs M’Leanl was thoroughly relished by the eventide veterans. Mr Robert Stirrat

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Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser

Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Jun 1952

N fcr. past registration about c.g , ones ten young Bo’ncss district have ailed turn ou tho proper •lay. Commenting this. Mr Laird, manager of Uio Employment Excaange said ’.Delay in registration not only makes more work for the slag Employment Exchange

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Nov 1953

Carronshore WHIST.—Mr A. Leishman ardmaster at the weekly whist ■ft the Carronhall Miners’ Wel- on Thursday night last. ; were:—Ladies —l. Betty. I J. Campbell. 171; lucky table. Gentlemen —1, J. Cox: •: lucky tables. O. W. Dominoes ’ Laird; 2, Mrs Lachlan. LEAGUE

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Jun 1953

first) Mrs M'Gregor 0. Mrs Wilson 1; Mrs Lind 0, Miss Fraser 1: Mrs Muirhead 1, Miss Stenhouse 0; Miss Mundie 0. Mrs Muirhead 1; Mrs Macdonald 1, Mrs Merrylees 0; Mrs Callander 1. Mrs Fairgrieves 0; Mrs Macmillan 0. Mrs Courteny 1 Falkirk 3, Stirling 4

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

4 Apr 1953

president. Mrs Gordon: vice-presidents, Mrs R. M. Taylor and Mrs T. j M’Main; hon. secretary, Mrs A. Kinnes; hon. treasurer. Mrs Sharp; | committee —Mrs Ballantype. Mrs j Anderson. Mrs Glegg, Mrs Hoggan. ! Mrs Todd. Mrs Robertson. View article

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