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THUNDERSTORM AND DELUGE

THUNDERSTORM AND DELUGE

Cotton-1. MisiMinnie Vance, Ballinamallard; 2, Miss Edith V. Vance. Darn on Woollen Sock-1. Miss Minnie Vance; 2, Miss Edith V. Vance. Linen Button and Button-hole on Linen or cotton Band-1, Miss Edith V. Vance; 2, Miss Minnie Vance Lady's Tweed Skirt-1
September 3, 1931 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
- Wv hasn't the other man—the real sm. —come forward?" Joe asked himself again and again. But all that answered

- Wv hasn't the other man—the real sm. —come forward?" Joe asked himself again and again. But all that answered

stunned. Mid in stony silence Joe eventually went home with Edith. "Of course, you're ashamed ef me now," he muttered; bat there was no trace of complaint is his tone, only a cold resignation. But Edith shook her head. Her eyes were red with weeping, but she
December 31, 1932 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1933.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1933.

that he did not know the man's name. Edith Pearson said "Yes, I will tell you the whole thing. From the time 1 was fifteen rears of age —" At that moment Blake jumped op in an aggressive manner and shouted "Edith, do not make a statement or sign it."
April 5, 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYCLARt

BALLYCLARt

Pianoforte solo, Edith Bell; recitation,Teeny M'Clean; ]a display of sash drill No 1 team; dialogue. Perseverance wins. Molly Perry and Esther Barnes; solo and chorus. O dear, what can the matter be. soloists, Lizzie Wilson and Edith ; recitation, Audrey
March 12, 1932 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEORY We' !WSW

THEORY We' !WSW

M. Betsy Greer, 81 (Miss Edith George). Edwin Armstrong, SO (Miss R. Robinson, Bally Crowe, 80 (Elocution) (Miss Woodside. Ballymena). Marguret King, 80 (Miss Dann, L.R.A.M.. Freda Mlfahon. 80 (Miss M. M'Sally, Larne), Edith M•Murtry, 80 (Miss T. Lappin
January 29, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AO—SKELTON HANDICAP

AO—SKELTON HANDICAP

MAIDEN PLATE Sporting Lifo (Augur)—Lady Edith. Sporting Life ißendlgo)—Lady Edith. Sporting Life (Man Edith (nap). Morning Advertiser—Peacock's Selected. Daily Sketch-Lady Edith. Tha Edith. Morning Poat—Lady Edith. 4-O-NORMANIY MAIDEN PLA
May 26, 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON

Jamison. 116 (Miss Cathleen Wright. LT.C.L.I. Sheila Burleigh. SS (Mr. R. Moorhead. F.T.C.L.. Lisburn). Muriel WCarne. (Miss Edith Walton. Stewartstown). Willis WNeilly. $5 (Miss J. Keeling. Susie Nibloek. 93 Miss Eleanor Browns. A.T.C.L.). L. Keenly, Prvt
September 2, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIVING THE PART.

LIVING THE PART.

When Edith Fellows, Columbia's 13- year-old star, has a crying scene in a picture, she doesn't fool around with synthetic tears, fake sobs and such trimmings. She gets right In there and pitches —with real tears. Edith does such a scene with
January 1, 1938 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LIVING THE PART,

LIVING THE PART,

When Edith Fellows, Columbia’s 13-yearold star, has a crying scene in a picture she doesn’t fool around with synthetic tears, fake sobs, and such trimmings. She gets right in there and pitches—with real tears. Edith does such scene with
November 25, 1937 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CLYDE CASUALTIES Nearly a Dozen Boats Forced to Give Up The racing fleet got mother eeveto bufleting »t the regatta

CLYDE CASUALTIES Nearly a Dozen Boats Forced to Give Up The racing fleet got mother eeveto bufleting »t the regatta

ketch Fedo, which died 26 minutes 39 seconds from Lady Edith, won first prize in the handicap over 15 tons. Rose, which had 8 minutes 33 seconds, secured second place, add Lady Edith third. Lady Edith quickly established the lead the beat down the Firth
July 6, 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland