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         Dalmarnock Primary School  - Class of 1946  six year olds

 

March 2003.  Rebecca Gresty ( nee Aird ) sent in this class photograph of her sister Georgina's class

DPS 1946

Top Row

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4  Ronald Muir  
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7. Georgina Aird 
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  Please contact the Webmaister if you can put a name to a face.      

 

    

Jan.2008, email, Angus Muir
hi webmaister, I am sure that the little boy 4th from left top row is my younger brother Ronald Muir, who now lives in Toronto Canada, myself (Angus), my brothers Walter, Ian, Alexander,and my sister Elisabeth all attended Dalmarnock Primary And were very happy to do so.  The class of 1947 the boy 1st. bottom row is my brother Alexander .

Unfortunately I have not been able to find my own photo. I attended Dalmarnock Primary school until aged eleven, then our family moved to pollok, where I stayed until getting married in 1964. I moved abroad (dec.1964) We went to Australia and stayed there for four years returning in 1969. We have lived here for almost forty years and are in our third house. My Wife Margaret and I have two sons and three grandkids.  I do remember a teacher, a Miss Mckechnie and the Heidie, a Mr Bain but thats about all I can recall. 
My regards Angus Muir

P.S. A wee story that has come back to me, when I was a wee boy about five years old and I was at Dalmarnock Primary school, we were all in the playground it was in the morning and myself and another small boy (can't recall his name) were standing at the railings facing Baltic street, a man came along outside the railings with a board of icing buns on his head, the other little boy spoke to him through the railings and the man gave him an icing bun, I saw this and thought I'll ask for one, so I did and he gave me one too, it was was very nice of him I thought. Anyway I found out later that the man was the other little boy's Dad. I was a bit embarrased to say the least but I learned a lesson from it, that you don't get anything if you don't ask. Regards Angus Muir

 See also Class of 1947

 

 

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