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June 2005

Congratulations to the following Former Pupils who have reached milestone birthdays this month: -

60 Frederick Worth; Iain Brown; Stanley Sinclair; Ronald Rowley; James Walshe;

50 David Bain; Christopher Michael Barrett; Timothy Jackson;

40 James Dyson; Kenneth Finlayson;


School News

The numbers are growing. Keep them coming. The new entries show a vast amount of talent in various fields of Medicine, Education, Commerce, and business acumen. The list is both impressive and varied. Collectively the school has made a huge impact to society in general, and we should all be proud to be associated with the success of our fellow pupils.

If anyone wants further details of FP’s, or cannot make contact through the e-mail list, then contact me.

A web site is being considered at the moment, but will take some time to create, thanks to the help of Maurice Dougan, who has already made a start. It is hoped to put on this copies of all the Scotian magazines (10), School photos, and any other memorabilia. If you would like to contribute something, let Lindsay know, and, at the appropriate time, you will be contacted.

Edie Jones is retiring after a long and rewarding business life. He will no longer be on e-mail, but can be contacted at 37 Noblehill Ave. Dumfries DG1 3HS( or through his daughter---e-mail listed)


Other Photos have been sent in;-

Class Photo including Leo Cunning in Shorts

Class Photo including Peter Cassidy in shorts

Class photo including John Barry in shorts

Class photo- Prim 5 1962/63

Scotus top class 1953

School Class including Peter West

Rugby photo Kenny Dowds capt.

Rugby photo 4 th XV 59/60 capt. G. Wereshowski

Class photo 1962 including Lindsay Wilson & Eddie Jones.

One of our most famous FPs was not an academic, but will go down in history. Kenny Dowds , ( now deceased ), was a member of the Berwick Rangers football team that defeated Glasgow Rangers 1-0 in the third round of the Scottish Cup in 1967—probably the greatest upset in Scottish Cup football ever. He told me he supplied the pass from which the goal was scored.

Just received a long letter from John McQueenie (Squeak ). He is living in Tenerife

Calle La Vendemia 4 El Cruce 38680 Guia De Isora. Phone 669 325 526

He would be delighted to hear from his old pals. He is not on e-mail. After a varied life, he is now working as starter at a golf course and driving range on the island. Golfers, look him up.

Read an extract from the Scotland On Sunday about the school

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