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MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

it DD--P ETTERSSO N.—At Port Stanley, on the 2nd March, 1951, James Melville, second son of Mr and Mrs Alex Kidd, 14 Allars Crescent, Hawick, to Alvar Valborg, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. S. P. Petterason, Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, S.A. By cable.
07 March 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
maid Miss Doreen Howe, a friend of the bride. Mr Tom Davidson, of Ancrum, and Miss Netta Fairholme, 13 Oliver

maid Miss Doreen Howe, a friend of the bride. Mr Tom Davidson, of Ancrum, and Miss Netta Fairholme, 13 Oliver

Park, after their wedding in Hawick Old Parish Church on Saturday. The best man was Mr Jack Turnbull, a friend of the groom, and the brides-
07 March 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
THE FIRST OF TILE SEASON

THE FIRST OF TILE SEASON

,• ~ I Eight-year-old Marlene Turnbull had a welcoming smile for one of the first lambs of the season at Greenbraeheads farm last week.
07 March 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
WRITE OR CALL GEORGE REID RADIO

WRITE OR CALL GEORGE REID RADIO

BRIDGE STREET
18 April 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
HOSIERY REPORT CHALLENGED " British Workers Better Than U.S. " THE executive committee of the National Union of Hosiery Workers,

HOSIERY REPORT CHALLENGED " British Workers Better Than U.S. " THE executive committee of the National Union of Hosiery Workers,

in an official statement issued at Leicester yesterday, said that the report of the hosiery productivity scheme, issued last week, was entirely misleading on most issues directly concerning labour and production. Little or no attempt had been made to give proof or explanation of
18 April 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 

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NEWCASTLETON

NEWCASTLETON

CANINE SUCCESS. At Lockerbie (Dumfries and Galloway Canine Society) Mrs Shillinglaw of Newcastleton was awarded 2nd and 3rd in the Border Terrier Junior Dog Class with her dog " Vagabond." In the Open Dog or Bitch class her Border Terrier, " Blue Flame," gained third place. TRIE
18 April 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
'CALM GAS NOTICE TO ATHLETES

'CALM GAS NOTICE TO ATHLETES

The Volunteer Park is now available for training on the evenings of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday apd Thursday each week from 6.45 pm. to 9 p.m. and on each Saturday afternoon (when available) from 2 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. All hours to he strictly adhered to. Permits to train (2 6 each
18 April 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
MESSRS BURNS & CO.

MESSRS BURNS & CO.

2 BUCCLEUCH STREET, HAWICK. Tel. 2852 Messrs Burns & Co. have now taken over the AUTHORISED CALOR ' GAS DEALERSHIP from George Rae & Son, 14 Wilton Place, Hawick Printed and ,Pnblished at 5 HIGH STREET, HAWICK. in the Oounty of Roxburgh. every WEDNESDAY EVENING, by JOHN MURRAY H
18 April 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
THE BORDER CLUB

THE BORDER CLUB

THE ANNUAL General Meeting will be held In the CLUBROOMS on TUESDAY, 20th Instant at 8.15 p.m. T. MANEY, Secretary and Treasurer.
14 February 1951 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland