Delving back in time

This week's Down Memory Lane picture has been sent in by ** and features the reunion of 'Tarfside Kids', Angus Davidson (left) and Eric Rogers (right) with former 603 Squadron Leader, Gerald Stapleton. The Tarfside kids were schoolchildren who struck up a friendship with pilots from the Montrose Aerodrome during the second world war. The reunion came 56 years after the last time the Tarfside Kids had met with Stapleton.

This week's Down Memory Lane picture has been sent in by ** and features the reunion of 'Tarfside Kids', Angus Davidson (left) and Eric Rogers (right) with former 603 Squadron Leader, Gerald Stapleton. The Tarfside kids were schoolchildren who struck up a friendship with pilots from the Montrose Aerodrome during the second world war. The reunion came 56 years after the last time the Tarfside Kids had met with Stapleton.

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50 years ago

THE DRAMATIC section of Edzell Tennis Club made their debut when they present two plays in the Inglis Memorial Hall on Friday.

Those taking part in “Mrs Watson at Bay” were Frances Urquhart, Ken Aitken, Maureen Proctor, Anne Robson, Catherine Mackay, Betty-Anne Robertson and Hilary Callegari.

“The Spent Match” cast was Betty-Anne Robertson, Catherine Mackay, Alex Robertson, Frances Urquhart, Ken Aitken, Maureen Proctor, J. C. Cromarty and Maureen Smart.

Producer was Robert Black and stage manager was Alex De Costa.

40 years ago

MRS NORAH Cessford, wife of the farmer of Whanland, Farnell, has won her way through to the Scottish Regional final of the Family Circle/Oxo Cook of the Year contest.

Those taking part have to plan a menu for a high tea or supper meal for a family of four and prepare and cook one savoury and one sweet dish from the menu, the total cost of the dishes are not to exceed 75 pence.

Each contestant receives a cheque for £10; the winner receives an additional £20 and the runner-up £12. The winner takes part in the national at Croydon for a first prize of £2000.

30 years ago

A REPORT on an application to the District Council for a small private residential development of six to eight houses at the junction of Lethnot Road and High Street, Edzell was considered at a meeting of the Regional Housing Committee.

The report said the drainage facilities for further housing in the area were unfavourable, and the District Council is to be told the Region would wish the application and any other which required a drainage connection in Edzell be refused until the removal of the drainage difficulty.

If the District Council does not agree with this view the Region will want the application referred back to them for further consideration.