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CRAFTSMAN AT WORK

CRAFTSMAN AT WORK

actual fact. the substance—the plaster which has been applied to the bare lathing. as it were—is full of life and meaning. Miss Edith de Horn's novel, "'The Engagement." is such a one. A Frenchwoman and an Englishman, both heading towards middle age, fall in
October 20, 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

(Thursday), at St. Patrick's Church, Datkey. at 10 a.m., thence to Dean's Grange. PERREM—June 24. 1951. at Dumfries. beodasid. Edith K., widow of Frederick C. Perron, late of 20 Mount Marion avenue. P.ackrock. Co. Dublin. Australian papers. Vcaee cow. RtISS
June 27, 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIAL NOTES

SOCIAL NOTES

SIR, -Mr. O'Hegarty argues in hs letter on Edith Wharton's novel, " The House of Mirth," that it is an error to refer to Lily Bart's " suicide," and quotes a supporting pang:. It is important, however, to consider the context. It was with
May 9, 1953 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i ON THE AIR TO-NIGHT

i ON THE AIR TO-NIGHT

Summary. IMS—Clow Down. |imgmia<mg)Mt|iiiiaiiitg'nig<iiit'i(ißiiiigmi|i]itaHi An Appreciation Of Late Edith Boxwell IN an appreciation of the late Edith Boxwell, B.K. and M.R.W. write that "the blind of Ireland have lost a true friend. She became a member
February 26, 1957 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DM THE AIR TO NIGHT j

DM THE AIR TO NIGHT j

records). B.lB—Any Questions? on Country Topics. 9.00 Friday Night is Music Night. 10.00— News. 10.18 —Election Broadcast: Miss Edith Pitt. Conservative. 10.38—Cyril Stapleton directs the 8.8. C. Show Band. 11.00— “The Rare Adventure,” Bernard Fergusson (reading)
May 13, 1955 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GUY—December 27. 1951 (suddenly). In Dublin, lamas Guy. of MountmcHkk. Leix.

GUY—December 27. 1951 (suddenly). In Dublin, lamas Guy. of MountmcHkk. Leix.

dcarly-bdoved wife of Tom Hayes. 9 Florence terrace. Bray. RUGCARD—December 29th. 1951. at Stella Maris. Seaton. Devon. Florence Edith Huggard (nee Fed), widow of the late Thomas Huggard. of Tralee. IBNBINSON—Dbcembcr 27. 1951. al her daughter’s residence. Fenagh
January 2, 1952 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SILVER WEDDING

SILVER WEDDING

immediately aft.rwards to Moyne Cemetery •' At rest." 1111.011 NT--October 20. 1961. at her residence. '367 Howth raid. Raheny. Edith Margaret Blount. any surviving daughter of the late Maroc Wiliam Blount. Very deepiy mourned by all her friends and relatives
October 21, 1961 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ON THE AIR TO-NIGHT

ON THE AIR TO-NIGHT

ss—The Weather. B.oo—News. 0.15—T0-day in the North. 6.2 B—Sport. B.3o—Morecaanbe and Wise in “You’re Only Young Once”. 7.00 Edith Vogel (piano) and 8.8. C. Northern Orchestra. B.oo Gardeners’ Question Time. 8.30 —Bernard Braden in “Between Times with Braden”
October 15, 1954 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'4||!inimi|imiuiiimiinnrmiiiriftmiiminniimiiTniiniarq| Girls’ Brigade { I Notes 1 m = ObfMt The advancement of Christ’s kingdom among girls and the promotion

'4||!inimi|imiuiiimiinnrmiiiriftmiiminniimiiTniiniarq| Girls’ Brigade { I Notes 1 m = ObfMt The advancement of Christ’s kingdom among girls and the promotion

fientera: Rna Woodboune (St. George’s). Ivy Hall (St. Catherine’*), Edith Thompson (Clontarf Parish), Doris Holland (Si. Kevin's), Christie Bndina (St. Matthew's. Irish town). Grace White and Edith Toms (Dmmcondra); MMdto: Dorothy PnraeH (Rutland Square). Sylvia
April 22, 1955 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FORMER MEMBER*

FORMER MEMBER*

M. Brndduck (Exchange, Liverpool), Mrs. Lena j.Jeger (Holborn and St. Pancraa South), Mrs. Freda Corbet (Peckiiam) and Dr. Edith Summerskill (Warrington). Successful in a rearranged constituency was Miss Jennie Lee, (Mrs. Aneurm Bevan) who held the new
May 27, 1955 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland