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MURDER by MINUTES

MURDER by MINUTES

the said nothing. But that Edith all over: die never anything at the lime. The nagging would start veveral days later. had been married ten years, and for ten yean I had been nagged daily. It waa undenUndable. of course. Edith waa tick » oman. When we married
January 24, 1956 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE METHODIST COLLEGE, BELFAST PRIZE DISTRIBUTION IN THE GROSVENOR HALL, BELFAST THURSDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, 1955 At 7.30 p.m. Chairman W.

THE METHODIST COLLEGE, BELFAST PRIZE DISTRIBUTION IN THE GROSVENOR HALL, BELFAST THURSDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, 1955 At 7.30 p.m. Chairman W.

A. W. (Nan) McCrea, Elizabeth C McKnight, E. Barbara Moore, A. Joyce Renfrew, Maureen E.'M. Taylor, Elizabeth M. Tedford, Edith M. Trimble, Edythe M. F. Truesdale, S. Eunice Turner, E. A. (Lilian) Wallace. Form Sl—Doris 0. Bingham. Patricia A. Brown,
November 26, 1955 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Youth s the thing to the rescue

Youth s the thing to the rescue

EDITH BOYLE, of Cootehill, Co. Cavan, will be able to enjoy her summer holidays after all. Some weeks ago Edith wrote to Youth's the Thing, saying that her holidays would be more enjoyable if she could learn to swim. She
July 8, 1953 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

memory of my dearest wife. Edith Mary Mackey. who died 29th January. 1953. She kved for those she loved. And those she loved remember... —lnserted by her loving husband. MACKEY—In ever-loving memory of daring mamma. Edith Mackey, called Home 29th January
January 28, 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In Society

In Society

THE PARTED CURTAIN A Means of Grace. By Edith Pargeter. Heinemann. 15e. Levine. ,By James Hanky. Macdonald. 15s. The Facts of Love. By Stanley Wade Baron. Seeker and Warburg. 15s. Tits Twelve Pictures. By. Edith Simon. CasselL 15s. Alanta Cane. By Affieck
March 3, 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAN ADRIFT PICKED UP BY TANKER

MAN ADRIFT PICKED UP BY TANKER

bound Rotterdam at 9.7 a.m. 6.M.T— Have picked up Arthur Richard Loader, addrpss Portsmouth Sailing Club, adrift in boat Edith. Boat Edith left drifting in position 16 miles oS Owers light vessel at 8.55 a.m. G.M.T. to-day.’ A spokesman at Portsmouth Sailing
July 6, 1953 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IHt MEMOmiAM

IHt MEMOmiAM

remembered by Fred JONES—Loving memories of our dear mother. Edith called home Mav 8 1943 memories garden we meet every day. —Millie Bob and Norman. JONES—In loving memory of our dear mother Edith, called home May 8 1943 Not to-day. out every day. In silence
May 8, 1958 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIAL NO

SOCIAL NO

AMEItICAN writing in this century has been described as " a fiction not of personal history but of social concern "; and Edith Wharton's novels of upper-class life have. in their oblique, reserved way ? the same theme as those of her contemporaries end
May 2, 1953 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON LETTER

LONDON LETTER

colour girl could go through the season i looking smart. Black ia even wearable to-day with tan. CARIEH WOMAN FASHION* Dt. Edith Snmmerskill. Minister of National Insurance, did a good turn for her feminist friends at the opening of the fashion fortnight’s
June 7, 1950 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Dame Edith Evans, Margaret Rutherford, Joan Greenwood and Michael Denison. For Dame Edith some of the film sets will be home from home. They will reproduce the celebrated London residence, the Albany, where part of the story takes place. Dame Edith knows
November 17, 1951 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland