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Margaret Mitchell (Miss D. Clarke._ Antrim). Joan B. Kyle (Miss B. Wilson. L.R.A.M.h Rebecca Deans (Mr. R. Moorhead. L.T.0.L.). George

Margaret Mitchell (Miss D. Clarke._ Antrim). Joan B. Kyle (Miss B. Wilson. L.R.A.M.h Rebecca Deans (Mr. R. Moorhead. L.T.0.L.). George

L. (Mr. J. H . Edith G. Lirby, Criekard, Downpatrick) Harry Grant. 91 (Liu J. Keeling. L.T.C.L.. L.L Thelma Ramsey. 91 (Mrs. L Sample, Larne). Charlotte Agnew. (Miss L. Marie Carelan. $9 (Madams E. Detepee. Betsy Greer. 88 (Miss Edith George). Edwin Armstrong
February 6, 1937 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Below is given the usual half-yearly list of successful candidates and their teachers in Practical Music subjects, Elocution, and Theory of Music, also Diplomas in these subjects, at the Examinations held in The Assembly's Hall, Belfast, in April, May, June, and July, 1937. The Music Examiners were—Sir R. R. Terry, Mus.D.; Mr. G. Egerton Lowe, Dr. James Lyon, Mr. Albert MaHinson, Dr. William Lovelock, and Mr. G. Elocution was Mr. Gilbert Hudson.

Below is given the usual half-yearly list of successful candidates and their teachers in Practical Music subjects, Elocution, and Theory of Music, also Diplomas in these subjects, at the Examinations held in The Assembly's Hall, Belfast, in April, May, June, and July, 1937. The Music Examiners were—Sir R. R. Terry, Mus.D.; Mr. G. Egerton Lowe, Dr. James Lyon, Mr. Albert MaHinson, Dr. William Lovelock, and Mr. G. Elocution was Mr. Gilbert Hudson.

Dunwomike. Ballenahinol 1. PASS. Morton. A.T.C.L, (Elocution) (Yrs. pearl N•Neeiseit, (Hr , J. H. Neekrstsey, Edith Jenkins. (Mae E. pages). Edith Y. Down's. 78 (Miss Let.. Miller. Mlles X. I. Wllroy, HolYwood). L.T.C.L.(. • P. Duncan, A.T.C.L.). per Miss
September 4, 1937 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, 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
 
PERILOUS VOYAGE

PERILOUS VOYAGE

battling with 70 m.p.h. gale and mountainous seas, the Liverpool steamer, Edith (229 tons), limped into Rosslare Harbour, Co. Wexford, yesterday. With 250 tons of wheat the Edith left Birkenhead for Cork on Friday afternoon. In the Irish Sea the vessel
March 9, 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCENES AT AHOGBILL.

SCENES AT AHOGBILL.

by Eva Letters against Edith Martin, Annie Young and Wm. Colgan, Ahoghill, for abusive language. Mr. M'Cann appeared for the complainant and Mr. Cumming for the defendants. Eva Letters said she was defending herself from Edith Martin when, the constable
September 4, 1937 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Mits Edith Macdonald.

Mits Edith Macdonald.

Mits Edith Macdonald. The death was announced yesterday Miss Edith Macdonald, oighty-eight-yearold aunt of Mr. Baldwin. Miss Macdonald lived at Wilden House. Stourport. Worcestershire. originally the home of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs
April 1, 1937 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. MARRIAGE OF MISS EDITH HIND

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. MARRIAGE OF MISS EDITH HIND

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. MARRIAGE OF MISS EDITH HIND TO MR. R. T. TAGGART. BIG COMBER ASSEMBLY. RECEPTION AT ARDARA. Fair. tall and graceful, Miss Edith Ashover Hind looked remarkably well when she married Mi . . Redmond Thibeaudean Taggart in Comber Unitarian
April 14, 1937 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-MORROW

TO-MORROW

Radio orcite:tra and Edith isulirrinoi. Orchestra: Academic Itrahnist. Edith Ilehiney._• Ile•I't Minima lArcadiallo H. Talhoti. Nightingale tlTillipal Lunging Wail . 1 , ltor,yeko. orchestra: Ascauin NUM No I (St. Sacrist. Edith Delatte: nappy Dy F. Bridget
July 20, 1937 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PLAYS AND PLAYERS.

PLAYS AND PLAYERS.

School for Girls. Cast:— Jenny Oldham, Olive Simpson, Kuby Itowan, Betty Cummings. Edith Watters, Noraii Watters, Ethel Colvin, Molly llaydock, Kita Hall, Eileen M’lntyrc, Edith Kicbardson, and Marion Aberncthy. ** Paris and Oenone "—The Loocomacs, Belfast
March 11, 1937 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOO STATIC.

TOO STATIC.

Canaan. Mr. V, F. was the producer and the players wen*;—Eithue Peacocke girl), Cutbell (her Marjorie Lyle (her grandmother), Edith Martin (her great grandmother), A. Cuthell (domino), and Ailne Nicholl (a maid). Mr. Desmond said the play was very well ‘balanced
March 8, 1937 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland