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In the Town Hall - The Four Pennies; Herman and the Hermits

Capitol, Aberdeen - The Rolling Stones Show. Tickets cost 5/-

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    15/-, 12/-, 10/6, 7/6 and

Fishermen's Hall on Wednesday 16 June - Coast Festival of Beat with a Queen to be chosen. Four bands to be in attendance, The Jackobeats, The Phantoms, The Bambies

and The Golden Falcons.

Buses will run from Huntly, Macduff, and Elgin returning to

each place after the dance including Lossiemouth.

On Saturday 5th

June

Dave McIntosh

will be appearing in the Fishermen's Hall with the

Jack Sinclair Band. Admission 5/6. The promoters of all the above dances etc. is Modern Dancing Enterprises.

Still looking for a Church Officer for the West Church. been installed. Apply to Alex Hendry, Land Street.

New electric heating has

More comfort when driving Peters Road, Buckie.

  • -

    Fit a head rest for £4.4 from the West End Stores, St

Thistle sign a new player -

To replace Gordon Laing who has moved to Elgin, Buckie

have signed Jacky Jameison a full back who was previously with Fraserburgh.

Former master Buckie died in a

baker dies -

George R. Hutcheson

Middlesex

hospital

on

Monday

aged

57.

who was a master baker in He was a native of Portgordon

and moved to Buckie

where he ran

a baker's business in Buckie for 20 years with a

shop on Baron Street and another ago for Harrow where he became Buckie was at 14 Baron Street. He

on St Peter's Square(sic).

He left Buckie five years

foreman baker of a large London firm.

His

home

in

leaves

a

wife,

one

son

and

two

daughters.

June 3 A new name among bands is to play at the Craig. Verdilax

  • -

    This one is

called The

Why is Cowie Park so called ?

A previous letter writer

to

the

local

paper

had

posed

this question.

Now another has

came up with this answer.

The park a stable

was named after Mr Wm. 'Bill' Cowie 'Rover' who was a carting contractor with and other premises on Garden Lane and used the field to graze his horses.

Alex Cowie, one of his sons information was furnished by a

has a plumber's business

person

who

signed

his

name

on Baron Street.

(This

'Mandora'.

He

was

the

same person who wrote the tribute to Miss Geddes who had the penny sweetie shop).

Death Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer-

Bert Nicol

who carried on a business in

Buckie as a cabinetmaker and upholsterer for over 40 years died this week aged 67.

in the City Hospital

He was a furniture, He was a

native of Cullen

where he first set up in business specialising in hand made

he later moved to Buckie and had premises on Blairdaff keen sportsman with a special interest in football and

Street. golf. He

was

a

former

well known Buckie actively associated survived by his wife

Thistle

player and a keen golfer in his young day when he was

with the Spey Bay and a family of two

club.

Mr Nicol

who lived

sons and three daughters.

at

20

High

Street

is

Advert - of only 49

Why not guineas?

get yourself See Hunter

a Pye Twin Tub Washing Machine and Pirie, East Church Street.

at

the

amazing

value

'Lochaber No More'

The death took place at his home, 33 Anton Street, Buckpool,

this week

of postman and piper , Mr Charles Glennie at the age of 62.

Charlie as he

was popularly known, joined the Post Office in Buckie

in 1944 after serving for 19 years

as a regular soldier

with the Gordon Highlanders.

He was an accomplished piper

and

his services

were much

sought after to play at numerous functions.

He was a member

of the former Buckie Pipe Band and used to he had been playing with the Banff Pipe Band.

take evening classes He leaves a wife and

in piping. Recently two daughters.

June 10

Playing in the Two Red Shoes -

The West Side Five (from London)

and in the Institute, Fochabers, The Soundcasters.

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