10 YEARS AGO

Rutherglen Reformer - - Memory Lane -

The Re­former told how a dis­abled Cam­bus­lang teenager had over­come ad­ver­sity to be awarded a pres­ti­gious hon­our from his Boys Bri­gade, to the de­light of his fam­ily.

Fig­ures showed that al­most twice as many peo­ple were work­ing on the site of the for­mer Clyde Iron Works in Cam­bus­lang than when steel was be­ing poured there.

A Cathkin High pupil was try­ing to raise enough money to en­able her to go on the ed­u­ca­tional ex­cur­sion of a life­time to Hon­duras.

The min­is­ter of Castlemilk East Parish Church said farewell to the church af­ter an as­ton­ish­ing 36 years there.

A tal­ented Burn­side Pri­mary pupil had emerged as the top young chess player in Scot­land, af­ter win­ning his cat­e­gory in the na­tional fi­nals.

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