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MARYTON CHURCH

MARYTON CHURCH

The history of the interesting and picturesque little church at Maryton is brought to an end by the sanctioning by the United Free Synod of Fife and Angus of the dissolution of its congregation. Built at the time of the Disruption, about four and a half miles from Montrose, the
May 15, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE GIRLS' CLUB JUMBLE SALE Southesk School Gymnasium, Saturday, 24th May, at 2 p.m. ADMISSION 3d. C.4KE, CANDY and PRODUCE

MONTROSE GIRLS' CLUB JUMBLE SALE Southesk School Gymnasium, Saturday, 24th May, at 2 p.m. ADMISSION 3d. C.4KE, CANDY and PRODUCE

STALLS Jumble will be collected on receipt of a P.C. to Miss Smith. Library, or Miss Hogg. 136 High Street.
May 15, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
County Council Election SOOIALIST WINS AT HELLSME In the Angus County Council elections on Tuesday, Mr Herbert B. Winter, Maryton,

County Council Election SOOIALIST WINS AT HELLSME In the Angus County Council elections on Tuesday, Mr Herbert B. Winter, Maryton,

was re-elected for the Faroe'', Kinnell and Maryton division. Mr Winter, who has been a member of the County Council for the past six years, polled 173 votes against 133 cast for his opponent, Mr Andrew Gourley, Haughs, Kinnaird. Seventy per cent. of the electors in Maryton vote
May 15, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

ant,—May I voice an opinion on the school holidays as arranged for 1952-53? I wonder how many members of the committee who frame the holiday list have realieed that during the period [rem January 3rd till April 12th there is a solid block of fourteen weeks' work with. out a brea
May 15, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
T.G. MEMBERS =OW THEIR SKILL

T.G. MEMBERS =OW THEIR SKILL

A display of work done by members of Montrose Townswoinen's Guild was held in the Angus Hall on Wednesday afternoon. It was opened by Miss Muriel Craig* who was introduced by the president. Mrs D. E. Aitken. The work shown was of an exceptionally high standard, atitl was greatly
May 15, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 

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WILLING fIANDS

WILLING fIANDS

On the Saturday morning there were several inches of snow on Links Park. "Willing hands, however. were soon plying spades, harrows and whatever appliances could he utilised for the removal of the snow. Half•an-hour before the match began their work was finished, and a good job t
May 15, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
LIFE, Fl RE, ACC' DENT, MOTOR INSURANCE •tc 1101 SF. LONDON. Local Branch Office: I CASTLE PLACE, MONTROSE. MUTUAL INSUR

LIFE, Fl RE, ACC' DENT, MOTOR INSURANCE •tc 1101 SF. LONDON. Local Branch Office: I CASTLE PLACE, MONTROSE. MUTUAL INSUR

AN C E O n SOCIETY ET O Y Summary REPOR f0r1951 %IKONS ii 5,900,000 . f 9 8,370 poo
May 15, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
FROM WEST AFRICA

FROM WEST AFRICA

At this point General Booth called on Lieut. Ogendengbe, a native of West Africa, to speak for himself. The lieutenant spoke in excellent English of his conversion from heathendom to Christianity. Resuming his address, the General said that the Salvation Army was doing something
May 15, 1952 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
TOPICS OF

TOPICS OF

Out of Shanghai FOR some years it has been apparent that under a Communist regime in China there could be neither stability nor prosperity for those British merchant houses who have done so much in the past century to develop that continent's over: seas trade. Now, perhaps belat
May 21, 1952 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
WINS FOR PRINGLES AND I. & H.

WINS FOR PRINGLES AND I. & H.

In an exciting finish Innes, Henderson beat the British Legion by 2 runs at Wilton Lodge Park last night. The British Legion needed only 3 runs to win, with one over left for play when the last man, T. H. Jamieson, went in to bat, but in trying to run a smart single he was run o
May 21, 1952 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland