Advert - "See yourself on close-circuit television at Cecil and Harvey, 42-44 east Church Street, your Baird T.V. dealer".
Deputy Head appointed - Secondary School has been Department.
James Findlay, Cullen, a member of the staff of Portsoy appointed Deputy Head of Buckie High School Primary
Feb 18 Arradoul and District Players - A photograph on page one shows the members of the
cast who took part in the fairly poor unfortunately.)
" the Doctors's Honeymoon".
(The reproduction is
They were - Ernest Boyd, Graham Boyd, Gordon Boyd, Madge Thomson, Margaret Smith, Veronica McIvor, Alister Boyd, June Phillips, Kenneth Anderson and Joey Bowie.
Afternoon Tea - Buckie North Church are to hold an Afternoon Tea in the church hall on Saturday 20 February from 2.30 until 4 p.m. in aid of the Redecoration Fund. Sales
Table - All Welcome.
Buckie Valentine Queen -
Miss Yvonne Wood,
15, of 13 Sanderson? Street,
was chosen as Buckie's Hall. Her attendants were -
Valentine Queen Sylvia Birnie from
at a Banff
recent dance in the and Margaret Keenan,
Keith F.C. sign Rovers' player -
James Wood, Portknockie, the Rovers player who
has played a number of trials for various clubs including Cardiff City, Leeds United and Inverness Thistle signed for Keith FC. on Saturday after a successful trial game.
Rovers blood new young player - With Derek Walker, their regular outside left being unfit the Rovers took the opportunity to give a run out for Ian Munro a young player from Portgordon.
Poem on page 11- This is titled 'My Old Banjo' and written by William Pirie, Corby, late
Footbridge to be constructed -
Information has come to hand that a footbridge will
be constructed over the Buckie work of constructing the bridge
Burn and has been
running parallel to the Victoria
improvements to classified roads by Banff County Council. cost of the bridge will be in the region of £5,310 with a grant the Scottish Development Department. The Victoria Bridge has been described a s a bottleneck with
It is understood that the of £2,655 being given by
the approach roads being
wider than the
have taken place near the bridge in
last few years
with one of
resulting in injuries
to a school necessity.
Blue Crusader Appeal Fund -
Buckie Town Council
which had been set up by Aberdeen
gave £25 towards the fund,
Beetle Drive and Tea - Town House on the 4th of
Buckie Sea Cadets are March. In aid of funds for
to hold a the unit.
Beetle Drive and Tickets cost 2/6
( Looking back from the year 2001 it seems odd to note that coffee mornings now very much the 'in' thing were very rare events in the early years of the
Brose and Bannocks Night -
Arradoul WRI are holding a Brose and Bannocks Night
in the hall on Tuesday 2nd March. This is an open 2/6. Please bring a bowl and spoon.
night with all welcome. Tickets cost
Opening shop at 4
announcement - Seafield Street on 1st J. K. Stewart March.