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COULD NOT MAKE FRIENDS

COULD NOT MAKE FRIENDS

A white dress had been prepared for the graduatioe of Edith Schlenker, aged 14, from the elementary school nest ;loath. but instead of being used for this purpose. it formed her shroud. after the gui had lumped from the roof of
January 25, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PKOGRAMUB FOR TO-DAY.

PKOGRAMUB FOR TO-DAY.

s.3o—Agricultural weather forecast; kiddies’ corner. and weather. 7.13 —Greys Concert Party, chorus, “Como to the Show;” Edith James and Percy Owens, ctuet. ” Why Didn’t You Tell Me?” Chrissie Stotldard, song, ” The Market Ernest Jones, banjo soli, Country
January 8, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY. [From the Court Clroular.] St. James 8 Palace, January 28, 1924. The Prince of Walee, attended bj

COURT AND SOCIETY. [From the Court Clroular.] St. James 8 Palace, January 28, 1924. The Prince of Walee, attended bj

FORTHCOMING WEDDINGS. Sir John Potter and Miss Edith Worsley. The Evening News learns that Sir John Scott Horabrugh Potter, senior clerk ia the House of Commons, is to be married very • hortly to Miss Edith Dorothy W ora lev, of St. George's Square, S.W
January 29, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miss EDITH E. ARMSTRONG, LR.LIL

Miss EDITH E. ARMSTRONG, LR.LIL

Miss EDITH E. ARMSTRONG, LR.LIL Will Beenme Tuitions in ANOFORTE, THEORY, & HARMONY On WEDNESDAY, JANUABY 16th, 1924. 2, MARLBOROUGH VILLAS. Saturday, January 190e—Windsor Hotel, Strabane.
January 12, 1924 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MISS EDITH DE PAULEY, COLORATURA SOPRANO. Pupil of Miss EvanKellne Florence, London, and Daughter of Mr. W. de Pauley, formerly

MISS EDITH DE PAULEY, COLORATURA SOPRANO. Pupil of Miss EvanKellne Florence, London, and Daughter of Mr. W. de Pauley, formerly

MISS EDITH DE PAULEY, COLORATURA SOPRANO. Pupil of Miss EvanKellne Florence, London, and Daughter of Mr. W. de Pauley, formerly Portrush, WILL RECEIVE PUPILS IN TONE-PLACING AND SINGING At Messrs. HART A CHURCHILL’S. Wellington Place, Belfast. Extensive
January 5, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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MISS EDITH DE PAULEY,

MISS EDITH DE PAULEY,

MISS EDITH PAULEY, COLORATURA SC.PHAM') Pupil of miss evangeline FLORENCE, London, and Daughter W. Pauley, fonnerly Portmah. will receive Puoils in Messrs, HART & CHURCHIDL •. Wellington Place. Belfast. Extensive Repertoire tor Concerts. Apply, by letter
January 9, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISS EDITH DE PAULEY, UPIL OF MISS EVANGELINE FLORENCE, London, and Daughter of Mr. W. de Pauley, formerly Portrush, will

MISS EDITH DE PAULEY, UPIL OF MISS EVANGELINE FLORENCE, London, and Daughter of Mr. W. de Pauley, formerly Portrush, will

MISS EDITH DE PAULEY, UPIL OF MISS EVANGELINE FLORENCE, London, and Daughter of Mr. W. de Pauley, formerly Portrush, will receive Pupils TONE-PLACING AND SING ING at Messrs. HART & CHURCHILL'S, Wellington Place, Belfast. Extensive Repertoire for Concerts
January 5, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Picture House

Picture House

surface of the South Seas, with scenes unrivalled in daring, thrills and sensations. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. WillMm Duncan and Edith Johnston in " THE SILENT VOW." A thrilling drama of the North West Fighting Blood.
January 12, 1924 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Portstewart.

Portstewart.

Reid and J. Tinsley —did not seek re-election. To-Night, Tuesday and Wed. His Mysterious Mission Featuring William Duncan and Edith Johnson
January 7, 1924 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC rpuz following Pupils were In gaining First-clam Certificates in the Theory of Music at the December

LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC rpuz following Pupils were In gaining First-clam Certificates in the Theory of Music at the December

MUSIC rpuz following Pupils were In gaining First-clam Certificates in the Theory of Music at the December Examinational Miss EDITH VANDERKISTE. Mime BARBARA GRANVULL hllas MARIE ORIKABON. Miss HELEN GRINLASON. The following Were also successful in Plaza
January 21, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland