Kathleen H. Barry (Miss K. M. Connell. A.T.C.L.. Holywood). Edith Chambers (Miss P. MacNamara. Ballynahinch). Stanley Cowan (Miss Annie Coulter). W. R. Hoey (Miss E. M. Warren, L.L.C.M.). Edith Hayes (Miss Muriel Rocke, A.T.C.L.I. Isobel Johnstone (Miss
loving Daddy and Mammy. BENND EDITH GWYNNE. Also her two little Brothers. Leonard and Harry. @WYNNE—March 4. 1940. at her parents' residence. 24 Donard 'Brett. Edith C., only and dearly.beloved danchter of Ben and Edith Gwynne. Deeply regretted by Ilammie
at veer residence. 34 Edith Street. Jon Kinsale Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son and t u c th e t n er a -i n a d -law. and Elizabeth 19 Dcnrnpatrick Street KlTCHEN—October 26. 1940 (suddenly). at veer residence. 34 Edith Street. JAN! KITCHEN .
sandwich—l. Miss S. M'Dowell, King's Moss; ? Edith Patrick, Mossley. Shortbread —1. Mrs. .1. Seaton. Mossley; 2. Miss S. M'Dowell. Slim cakes—l. Mrs. H. Wilson. Tcmplepatrick; 2. Mrs. J. Seaton. Griddle soda —1. Miss Edith Patrick; 2. Mrs, MTlwaine. Templcpatrick
September 28, 1940 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
parcels of 28 lbs. and two parcels of 14 lbs. each. Witness saw Edith and Agnes Buist there, and James Herald who was also there, did the bargaining Witness asked £5 for the butter, and Edith said; Where would get that much?” Herald said: “I would not bother
CAPITOL ANTRIM y ROAD LIVER: "NURSE EDITH CAVELL" and Saturdays V- Double. li6 Single. ANNA NEAGLA lONA MAY O Alex Monaghan & His Band Late Trams at Close of Dance. iANTRCAPITOL ,} ROAD ANNA HE AMA. EDNA MAY OLIVER, "NURSE EDITH CAVELL" Showlai 222 140 .:,a'
ROSE.*' ASTORIA, k k Anna Neagle in ** NURSE EDITH CAVELL. , » with Edna May Oliver, George Sanders, May Robson, showing at 2-0, 4-25, 6-50, 9-15. CAPITOL N T all week A ° Anna Neogte, Edna May Oliver, NURSE EDITH CAVELL.” Showing at 2-20, 4-40, 6-55, 9-10
presentation of Oscar Wilde’s comedy. The Importance of Being Earnest.” The play was a triumph when revived by John Gielgud and Edith Evans in London last year and should be equally popular in Belfast. Boyd’s Shop Retained So great has been the popularity of
thieves." said Mr. W. F. M'Coy. K C., R.M.. at the Belfast Summons Court in passing sentence of three months' hard labour on Mrs Edith Hulst her daughter Agnes Buist and James Herald, all of 48 Prince's Street for receiving about 911bs of stolen butter. Two