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

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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

17 Sep 1955

collar or bathroom windows attached Ladies’ Bootees 45/11 * Trousers 7/11 °sheepsliin ' Ladies’ Shoes Ladies’ Lumber Jackets 19/11 24/11 29/11 12/11 selection casuals or high Wm c olo S in ° f Gent’s Shoes Ladies’ Twin Sets 19/11 24/11 29/11 34/11 wm

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Mar 1954

Hall on Friday. Mr J. Laing was Cardmaster and the winners were;— Ladies —1. Mrs J. Jamieson. 171; 2, Mrs Brymer, 167. Gentlemen 1, .1 Mrs G.‘Laing. 170; 2, Mrs H Hun- CaStleCary ter. 161. The winners on Wednesday Iveret— Ladies—1, Mrs J. Jamieson. WOMEN’S

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 May 1953

Campbell beat Mrs Grindlay; Mrs M'Lachlan w.o. Mrs Russell; Mrs C. Muirhead beat Mrs B. Matnieson; Mrs D. Buchanan beat Mrs Kennedy; Mrs Miller beat Mrs Pratt: Mrs Wright w.o. Mrs Campbell; Mrs Hunter beat Miss Chalmers;

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Dec 1955

treat Mrs Gibb welcomed the company, and Mr Alex. Meikle directed play The prize winners were —Ladies —‘i Mrs M. Ronald: 2. Mrs Smith; 3, Mrs Callahan: consolation. Mrs Ramsay. Gentlemen 1, Mrs Davis; 2. r Webster: 3 Mr J. M'Cqnnell; consolation, Mr J. Young

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Jan 1953

1953, to Mr and Mrs Seah« A- - Kerr (Mary Gilmour), both Road, Bonnybridge, a son; top, U. Jaicj e R- At M'Bride Hospital, Ade- January, 1953, to Mr and Reid, a daughter; both Ifitk *r“A.t Falkirk Royal Infirmary, R. January, 1953, to Mr and Mrs (Lexie

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Jun 1953

think about eating, he added. He described the streets which were jammed with traffic on his return to the club where he was staying, and said that when the crowds saw his robes they cheered wildly. The Provost watched the final pfoceedings on television and

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

4 Nov 1950

programme sellers; and Mr and Mrs R. Young, the caretaker and his wife. Special reference was made by Mr Webster to Mr Howard M. Lockhart, producer; Mr Charles Lovat, musical director; and Miss Doris Robertson, ballet mistress. Mr Lockhart, the president

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

5 Feb 1955

were:— Ladies 1, Mrs J. Cox; 2 Mrs W. M’Luckie; last six hands, Mrs B. Kirkwood. Gentlemen 1. Mrs J Ferguson: 2. Wm. Rutherford. Sen.; last six hands Mrs J. Stirling Dominoes 1. Mrs j. Boyd: 2 Mrs S Kirkwood; 3 Mrs Wm Rutherford. Jun.; booby. Mrs M’Arthur

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

17 Apr 1954

members, Mrs Fraser thanked the demonstrators. PRESENTATION. Members of the staff of Mitchell. Russell & Co.. Ltd., met Mr James Mitchell in the Wellstood Club last Friday night. Guests present were Mr and Mrs T. B. Preston and Mr and Mrs J. Liddell. Mr Mitchell

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Feb 1953

when Mr F. Lowe was cardmaster. The winners were:— Ladies 1, Mrs Brattisanni; 2. Mrs Pow; consolaticn. Mrs Smith. Gentlemen 1, Mrs Taylor; 2. Mr Niven; consolation, Mr Stevenson. Special prizes were won -by Mrs Taylor and Mrs Wilson. concert was Mr Nixon

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

4 Apr 1953

Falkirk who night, were:— Ladies 1. Mrs thought they could enter a local dance M Laughlan; 2. Mr s J. Pow; consola-i hall free charge were each/ined £2 tion, Mrs Barrie, Gentlemen 1, Mr, at the Police Court Monday for Martin: 2, Mrs Hogarth; ccnsolation.

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

29 Oct 1955

Tuesday—Mrs Baird presiding Reports on various meetings attended were given by Mrs Lindsay. Mrs Grant. Mrs Graham and Mrs Paterson After the general bus-iness songs were sung by ?Jrs Jack. Mrs Wood and Mrs Grant. Raffles were won by Mrs Russell and Mrs Greig

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

10 Apr 1954

follows Wednesday Ladies 1, Mrs A. C. Bryson; last six hands. Mrs Manson. Gentlemen 1, Mr R Herd; last six hands. Mr Thomas Weir. Saturday Ladies 1. Mrs A. Weir; last six hands. Mrs N. Stark. Gentlemen 1. Mr William Shields; last six hands. Mr R. Herd. TOC

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

30 Apr 1955

Board of Management, Mrs L. Binnie presented Mrs Marshall with a brooch, and Mrs Lonsdale and Mr§ M'Corquodale with a spray of flowers each. Mr Hamilton received tray as a token of esteem on his retirement. Mrs Dougall presented Mrs M'Corquodale with a

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 Oct 1954

Church of Scotland. The lectures are given [mond Mrs Sinclair, Mrs in the University of Glasgow and and Mrs M‘Alpine. A a afterwards printed. (lowed to. music by Billy No time for “old tyme”! The Mrs Cullen. Mrs Wallace Tuesday dance sessions in the Ferguson

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

3 Apr 1954

the Mistress was Mrs W. Sharp Following prize-winners were:—Ladies—l. Mrs' songs were contributed by Mrs Miller. wateroroof With cheekv , _ winners being Ladies Mrs Leish- this. Mrs Andrew Mason presented Mrs Finnegan. 183; 2. Mrs Mullan. 177; WEEKLY

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

26 May 1951

was found of great service. WORK OF THE RED CROSS The fete was formally declared! open Mrs William Forbes of Cai-| lendar, Falkirk, who was introduced by Mrs Brodie. Mrs Forbes said j that in war and in peace the Red Cross did splendid work. In war one of

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 May 1955

LAURIESTON LADIES v. GRAHAMSTON.—PIayed at Laurieston on Tuesday. Scores: Graharhston Mrs M’Kenzie. 19; Mrs Hunter, 19; Mrs Milliken. 19 57. Laurieston Mrs Main. 8; Mrs Ferguson. 12; Mrs Fernie, 17 —37. The rink game on Wednesday afternoon was won by Mrs W. Graham

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

10 Dec 1955

s were:—Pass the parcel, Mrs Laird and Mrs H. Barr; elimination dance. Mrs William Reid and Mrs M. Barr; sitter’s prize, Mrs R. Torrance. Gateside Avenue. The proceeds have been forwarded to the Empire Cancer Fund. The fortnightly meeting of the Women’s

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