Funeral Undertakers - Stanley Mackay, Cullen;
Alex Mowat, Cullen
Sons, Buckie Wm. Thain, Gordonsburgh;
A. Geddes and Hector Morrison, Buckie.
A. J. Robertson (Granite) Ltd, 2 St Peter's Road
East Church Street. James Hendry Smith, Mason, Craigbo
West End Garage, Arradoul
W. G. Davidson, Elect. TV Radios,32 W Cluny Square Stevensons Cleaners, 19 Cluny Square. Buses A. G. Jappy, Butcher, Grant St. Cullen High Street. Geo. Robertson's, Draper, Cullen
. Ch. St.
J. Mayne, Cluny Garage, Taxis,
Christies (Fochabers) Ltd 10
The band called Sol Byron with the Senate also Sounds Incorporated been booked to play in Elgin at the Two Red Shoes in January 1966
For the Shipyard
London Boat are to have a
Show - boat they
For the sixth have built on
successive year Jones Show at the Boat show
Ltd, the Buckie in London early
next year. On Sunday the 35'
motor sailing boat
' Spey Mercia' a Spey class vessel set out
road on the 550-mile journey to London. A notice on the back of the lorry reads " We are sorry for delaying you. Please visit stand Number 2 at the Boat show and we will apologise in person" The Spey Mercia was ordered at last year's show said Mr John Buchan, yard foreman who added that the yard had done very well in the past at the Boat Show The Spey Mercia is completely fitted out but will not be handed over to the new owner till the spring.
30Buckie Thistle F.C. Christmas Queen - The winner of the competition which had been
run over a number of weeks at different dances with ten finalists being chosen was won
by Miss Janet Smith, 18, of 23 Merson Street, Buckie,
The R/U was Miss Margaret
an employee at the local AIE lamp Upper Dallachy with Miss Joyce
Robertson 95 Main Street being third.
The Thistle lost their last game of 1965- They were beaten by two goals to one by Deveronvale at Victoria Park. Their team was - D. Innes, Farquhar and Jameison; Bunny McCall (formerly with Elgin) Woodcock, D. Smith; J. Innes, Kelman, Rattray, Cowie and
Rovers had an idle day on Saturday
Islavale, their opponents were unable to field
The team chosen to meet Carnoustie Panmure in the Scottish Cup
Jappy, Wood and Taylor; Geddes, A. Jappy and