Trial game - The Thistle team that played the Rovers in a pre-season trial was - Innes, Day and Jameison; McKenzie, P. smith and Christie; Farquhar, Innes, Rattray, L. Cowie
and Murray. Day was a trialist from Lhanbryde as was Neil Murray. Junior with Parkvale.
Keith Rattray was an Aberdeen
Rovers team for their opening game of season 1965/66 from - J. Thain, D. Wood and R. Taylor; D. Geddes, A. Jappy and J. Newlands; Malcolm Cowie, R. Reid, G. Robertson, D. Walker, McIntosh, Ian Cowie, Andy Coull and Riach Green.
Aug 19Cullen and District Horticultural Association - Their 15th annual Flower Show was
for the Thistle - They
have signed John Kelman
and David Bruce,
both of who were playing with New Elgin last season.
Sept 2 Labour Candidate for Banffshire chosen
Senior Magistrate in Aberdeen, Bailie
Robert Middleton has been adopted prospective Labour Candidate for Banffshire. a Planning Officer with the Post Office, is aged 33 married with two children.
Fire destroys house and shop at Bridgend -
A building which stood
above the shop, was
razed to the ground about to move in.
this week just as James Stewart, his wife and two children They had only been able to move some of their belongings
Business to Station Road,
Miss Wilma Cowie is to close
of thanks to
Photographic Club - The first meeting of this new club is to take place in
Dyce, Hon. Secy.
Still more new bands or new names -
The Ambassadors are to be playing in
Cullen Town Hall, The Wild Kats in the Assembly Rooms, Elgin while a Beat Show is to
take place in the Longmore Hall, Keith dance or simply listen to music played the Soundcasters and Consul five.
where there will be four bands
Here one can
Opening announcement - Hythe, Portessie.
G. Wright - Building, Slating, Plastering, and Harling. The
Peter Reid, Plumber, 27 High Street (He must have just moved
Linn Crescent.) For a first class
Wallpaper - R. Johnston, 4 Low Street
Alex S. Cowie, Plumber, Baron Street, Visit our showrooms and see our selection of sink units, bathroom suites etc.
How our towns got their names - An interesting article is found on page four taken from the September issue of the Readers Digest. It says that the word Liverpool means a pool of muddy water.
Sept 9 Promotion - Mr A. Lobban has been appointed Temporary Head Postmaster at Buckie with Mr Alex Geddes as temporary Assistant Head Postmaster. Mr F. B. McInally former Head Postmaster has taken up a new appointment in the GPO Headquarters in London.