Fishermen's Hall last Wednesday
night. The sash
was placed on the winner by dance
manager, Ian Falconer. See photograph of Miss Smith on page 6
of Cullen Old
Church by the Countess of Seafield in memory of her father, the 11th Earl of Seafield who was killed in France in 1915 during WWI and of her mother, Dowager Countess of Seafield who died a few years ago was unveiled in the church last Sunday.
Peetery Dicks - Over a lot of 'Peetery Dicks'
the last few This week
Spike column in the local paper praised in a letter written to the
has spoke B. A. for
bringing this famous instrument back to the notice of the general public
Buckie Rovers take
a photo call -
Rovers' team who had enjoyed a most successful season, when apart from winning the
league they also lifted four cups.
Simpson, Ronnie Taylor, Alex Jappy, David Wood, James Robertson and Derek Walker. A report said that this was their best season yet since
James Thain, Alex Newlands, George
Football Association. first team to do so.
They had They were
won the Nicholson Cup for the League Champions, and apart
third time running, the from the Nicholson Cup
took the Matthew Cup, Gordon Williamson Cup and the Stewart Memorial Trophy. lost narrowly in the final of the White Horse Cup to RAF Kinloss.
The Rovers' statistics for the season 1964/65
league games. scorer with 55
scored 123 goals 41 in the various
are - Played 55 against.
47, including 31 cup and 16 Alex Simpson was top goal
seasons since joining the juniors Alex player with 141 appearances. Their exploits have not gone unnoticed
and recently received an invitation to play two
They are to travel
there this week end
then over by ferry to Stromness where it is planned to play
going by bus to Scrabster a game on Friday evening
with a second in Kirkwall on Saturday afternoon.
of bairns -
school roll at Buckie Primary Department
High School at this time)
is the highest that it has ever with a total of 1162 pupils.
Some of the classes in the Primary Department have 50 pupils.
The Dux of the
Secondary Department of Findochty Junior Secondary School is Helen Scott while J. A. McLean is Dux of the Primary Department. (A photograph on page 6 shows the two.) Anne Mackay is Dux of the Lady Cathcart School while the Dux of the Secondary Department of St Peter's School is Alison grant with Brian Mackie Dux of the Primary
We are superstitious -
There is to be no number 13 on Provost Reid Crescent. The
houses number number
on the street were re-numbered recently and the owner of the bungalow allotted
13 , Colin L. Rose a factory supervisor indicated that
he would prefer to have a council who discussed the
matter at their meeting this week.
It was suggested that the
number 13 be omitted
and Mr Rose's house be given the number 15. Members were told that there were still three
Mr Rose but only one
still to be built as 17,19 and 21 instead of 15, By five votes to three the council granted Mr Reid Crescent without a number 13.
17 and 19. Rose's requirements,
There will be no Slochie Gala this year - For various reasons the Gala Committee have been unable to undertake the tremendous amount of work involved in organising
the project this year and decided to cancel the Gala for this year.
The Portessie Gala
first staged of the most
12 years ago and in a very short time popular summer attractions of the area.