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Ballymena Regional Scholarships Awards Amount to About £2,000 Close 14Q scholarsh.isp, valued atabout £2,0C0, were awarded at a meeting of

Ballymena Regional Scholarships Awards Amount to About £2,000 Close 14Q scholarsh.isp, valued atabout £2,0C0, were awarded at a meeting of

(£l9 each). David T. \l’Killen, Robt, , laakhead, George Y. Crooks, Joan Aiken (£lB each), Hugh H. Barr, Edward Montgomery, Edith D. ibfts (£l7 each), James R. Downey, George Moore, Margaret Campbell, Gordon F. W. MTlrath (£l6 10s each). James A. Kuddell
September 5, 1947 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
examples of needlework, erorhet and knitting. as well as a tastefully arranged exhibition of home arts and traits. The voidcery

examples of needlework, erorhet and knitting. as well as a tastefully arranged exhibition of home arts and traits. The voidcery

Sligo: 2. Miss Nan Meldrum. 12. Lord Edward St., Sligo; 3, Miss Edith Boyers. Best Embroidertsi Picture or Prescreen iMountedl-1. Dr. Ev elyn Flanagan, Cliffoney, Sligo: 2. Miss Edith Boyers; :t. Miss Connolly. Teeling St., Sligo. Any Article in Needlework
August 23, 1947 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

ana Edith Devlin. Funeral to-day (Tuesday), p.m.. Tartaraghan. Deeply regretted her sorrowing Father. Mother. Brothers and Sister. DEVLlN— August 17, 1947. at her residence. Anagray. Annatrhmore. Portadown. Eva. youngest daughter of James and Edith Devlin
August 19, 1947 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOOR KNOCK AT 1 A.M.

DOOR KNOCK AT 1 A.M.

E.'s as a sapper, Mr. Jones was sent with the occupation force to Berlin There he met a pretty, brown-eyed brunette named Edith Hartwig. Their romance flourished despite the fraternisation ban. "We managed to see each other." James told a reporter, "but
February 3, 1947 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

youngest daughter of James and Edith Devlin. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Friend, Ernest Williamson. DEVLlN—August 17, 1947. at her residence. Anagray, Annafhmore, Portadown, Eva, youngest daughter of James and Edith Devlin. Deeply regretted Mr. and
August 18, 1947 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Whfft About Irish .Ban On British Books?

Whfft About Irish .Ban On British Books?

tration is pagan and at best amoral, the real sting is in thei tall. Turn to the back page of| almost any of them, and read what Edith or Bedells or Mrs. Knowall 1 has to say to corerspondents, and, better still, what they have to say to her. Competing with
March 21, 1947 - Catholic Standard - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Look To The Wes

Look To The Wes

prize winner, ia a brief, conscienuous and somewhat depressing story, of the ten fonnative years in a girls life. We meet Edith in 1912, a thirteen-year-old orphan, arriving at Wildwood, the home of her fosterparents, Valerie and Matthew Pierre. This
January 25, 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"THAT HORRID EDITOR"

"THAT HORRID EDITOR"

Edith gave the obvious answer: Because y, ur Club do not advertise In ' The Mid 'mad de mot give them Use printing.* • Edith added this sound advice: " My dear. it cons want a compliment from a new-paper. you mus! pay it a compliment
May 10, 1947 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
GOLDEN WEDDING CAKES.

GOLDEN WEDDING CAKES.

Dr. Edith Summerskill. answering Mr. Richard Adams (Lab.. Balham and Tooting) in the British Commons on Monday, said arrangements are being made for the issue of licences to obtain wedding cakes free from price control for celebration
June 17, 1947 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOSPITAL SERVICES

HOSPITAL SERVICES

Crumlin Road, Belfast. Floral decorations in the cinema and at the reception, were bv Edith Graham, F.R.H.S., 37, Castle Lane. The presentation bouquets were by Edith Graham, F.R.H.S., 37 Castle Lane.
September 27, 1947 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland