MISS ON YOUR 100TH.
MAYBOLE-BORN Catherine Crosbie is pictured on her 100th birthday,
with a card she received from The Queen. As Miss Tweedily, she taught at
Dalrymple Primary School from 1920 to 1928, when she left to marry Tom
Crosbie. She has been able recently to get in touch with several of her
former pupils and their siblings, giving her a reat deal of pleasure.
||A bouncing 10lb 3 1/2ozs, he arrived at
6.19pm in Ayrshire Central Hospital on January 1.
||So, how did you spend the first day of 2001?
Carrick folk certainly don't believe in enjoying a traditional New
||WELCOME ....Peter Walker with Mrs. Ellen
Hawkes on his arrival in Maybole.
||PETER'S PLAN IS TO BOOST MAYBOLE. Peter
Walker has been appointed community development officer for Maybole.
||Hugh takes lead role at lodge. Brother Hugh
Mundell is the new Right Worshipful Master of historic Lodge St. John
Maybole No. 11.
||New RWM Brother Hugh Mundell with installing
masters Brothers John Graham, Campbell Milligan and James Dicke.
||Memories will be stirred with our visit to
bygone days. [Choirboys
and Cairn school.]
||...40 strong group from the former Kilgrammie
School, near Dailly, around the late 1930's.
||Fun - and beauty - in the snow. It all seems
like a distant memory now, but Carrick was enveloped in snow...
||The castle stands proudly on guard over the
snow-covered scene. [more
||Alan's double 'Bole's 'em out. Maybole AFC 3,
Balmore AFC 2. Alan Brownlee grabbed a double and assisted with another
as Maybole raced to a 3-0 lead after 20 minutes.
||LOOKING BACK. 100 YEARS AGO. The vanman who
previously failed to appear at Maybole Burgh Court on a charge of
leaving his horses unattended in High Street on December 28, 1900 is