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AMUSEMENTS THIS

AMUSEMENTS THIS

Love," in which Edith and Tommy Fields appear as *sweethearts, Cedric Miller as the clergymen whom Edith would not many, even at the urgent request of her mother. and Gracie Fields as the servant, would make the gravest spectator laugh
August 2, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOMAN AS INSURANCE MANAGER. FIRST TO OCCUPY POSITION'. GIRL MU DEGREE PIXIE EOM. The wawa to occupy mob • ties,

WOMAN AS INSURANCE MANAGER. FIRST TO OCCUPY POSITION'. GIRL MU DEGREE PIXIE EOM. The wawa to occupy mob • ties,

Iles Edith Bewley - has Met saw appointed es Moat End (Gisela's) breech 'tanager of elm leathern Life Association. Miss ewe* started her assurance
January 4, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FINVOY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

FINVOY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

Margie Galbraith; China by Miss ,Susan Campbell, Miss Lissie Halliday, Miss Vera Morrison, Miss Sheila Morrison, and Miss Edith Morrison; Japan by Miss Lissie Cunningham and Mire Ida Henry; Africa by Miss Mary Brownlow, Miss Etna Dunlop, Miss Mary Halliday
January 13, 1927 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL HIPPODROME.

ROYAL HIPPODROME.

last evening. Dancing ■ is a strong feature of the showj and Tom Fields excels this department, while also sings acceptably. Edith Fields dancer of more than ordinary meri« and Cedric Miller has little to learn in regard to character studies. The ladies
August 9, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICIAL STATEMENT.

OFFICIAL STATEMENT.

but. fortunately. only three passengers complained of injury; two being taken to the infirmary. MISS EDITH LEITCH WEDS. QUIET WEDDING IN LONDON. Miss Edith Frances Adams Leitch, the eldest of the family of golfing sisters, was married quietly on Saturday
February 7, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RINCINC THE CHANCES.

RINCINC THE CHANCES.

pleaded guilty to the theft of 10s by means of a trick from Edith Conn, Rope Street. Accused were each sentenced to six months' imprisonment, with hard labour, and ordered to refund the money. Edith Conn said on Saturday evening the accused came into her
September 22, 1927 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Many Rich U.S. Women Unwed.

Many Rich U.S. Women Unwed.

access of £60,000,000. Among the - heiresses who have never married is Miss M. M'Cortnick, daughter of Harold F. and Mrs. Edith Roekfeller M'('ormick and grandaughter of •lohu I). Rockfeller. She is active in the vcunger social set. but hies, according
May 27, 1927 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HOSPITAL FOB SICK CHILDREN. QUEEN STREET, BELFAST. RE-BUILDING FUND. COMMITTEE GRATEFULLY Acknowledge the undemotcd, and will glad of further

BELFAST HOSPITAL FOB SICK CHILDREN. QUEEN STREET, BELFAST. RE-BUILDING FUND. COMMITTEE GRATEFULLY Acknowledge the undemotcd, and will glad of further

Desmond, Derrood and Pat Davey, Mona Smsllpage, Edith Shillington The following gave 6d each:—Xmas Gift, B. M. E.. B. & C., Nurse The following gave 2s each:—Mrs. MKnight, Pussy, Sara, Mrs, B. Campbell, Edith and Florence Currie The following gave la each:—F
May 7, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARMY AND WOODHALL SPA FINISH

ARMY AND WOODHALL SPA FINISH

Dixon, was played yesterday, against bogey, when the best returns were.—Miss D. Ferguson (7), Miss E. Crymblo (17), and Miss Edith M'Gladery (33)—ail down. Miss B. Crymble (22) down. Mrs. Pure© (21), Mrs. Meharry (23), and Miss Moya M‘Dowell (24) down. Miss
October 12, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SYBIL THOlRN'illirb ROLE:

SYBIL THOlRN'illirb ROLE:

Everyone T have iv. is very pleasedto Leer that Miss Sybil Thorndike is to inspersonate Edith C;,% ii i n "Dawn," the new British film that is in the course of production. If there had been a ballot among playgoers. or perhaps
October 20, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland