Page 9, 7th March 1958

7th March 1958
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Page 9, 7th March 1958 — IRISH HOLIDAY COMPETITION

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Did You Guess the Song Titles?

fiNE thousand eight hun dred-and-thirty-one readers entered the " Song Title " cornpetition in the Irish Number of the CATFIOLIC HERALD.

Correct solutions were received from 97 entrants.

The correct solution is: AU, BP, CN, DQ, ET, EM, GS, HL, 10, IV, and 1{11.

We are therefore publishing the names of those sending all-correct entries. If your name is among them you are invited to enter the eliminating contest given below: Carmel Dotth, Southport: Eileen Davies, Maesteg; James Con very. Belfast; C. T. Lawless, Chessington: Maurice O'Connor, Watford; Miss

B. V. Hayes, Twickenham; Noreen Tuite, Dublin; Mary O'Brien. Stokeon-Trent; M. C. Holliday, Southampton: Sean Collins, Drogheda; F. A Magee, Barnett; Mrs. I. L. Rourke, Hanworth: Mrs B. Nolan, S.W.6: Elizabeth T. McHenry. Stockton-onTees; Miss B. O'Donoghue. S.W.2; R. P. Cox, Mutley; H. Austin, Paignton; D. N. Murphy, Thornton Heath ; Miss K. Anderson, Fallow

field ; Brother Pacificus. C.F.X., Mayfield ; John Bonner, Dartford; J. Murphy, U.S.A.F.. Stanton; Miss E. ()Nuke, Newbridge; Miss T. M. Bernard, N.19: Miss 1-1. M. Cahill. Westeriff-on-Sea ; Miss S. Bradbury, Windsor: Moya Dutton, N.12: Peter Lees. Birmingham; H. W. P. Dillingham, Croydon: G. M. Myerscough, Morecambe; M. R. Sutfol, Bury St. Edmunds; N.. Bradbury. Windsor: Mrs. M. E. Clare, Bradford: Christiana Danaher, Wetherby; Mrs. A. Bushell, Liverpool: Peggy Cunncy, St. Albans; M E. Mulligan, Brerafrird; Sr. M. Raphael. Rock Ferry: Daniel O'Connell, W.13; Joan Teaham, Kildaie; John Reaney, Liverpool; D. P. Faulkner, Liverpool; "Colette." Grays; Aileen Deval, Knockholt : J. Kennedy. Dublin: Miss Mario Lyons, N W.8; Mary Nolan, Carrigtwohill ; Miss K. M. Mannion.

Warrington ; Michael llennessy. Windsor; Mrs, C. Galvin, Hounslow; Nora McGrath, Monastercvan: Miss Doris Milican, N.W.10; Miss R. Newman, Lyme Regis; Miss Patricia Marnell, Birmingham; Miss Jacqueline Bolger, N.7: Mr. Josie

Guinan, Tullamore ; " Maureen." Wanstead ; Willism Seanlon. Orpington; James MeArdle. Glasgow: Sara Mc Caffrey, Latterkenny: Miss ha Fitapatrick. Lisburn: Tom Monahan, Manchester; Mr, P. Murray. Waltham Cross; Mrs. G. Rieby, Croxley Green : Mary Shea, Holyhead; Miss Margaret Price, S.W.I Brendan Kilboy, Wanstead; Mrs, F. Maddock, Rosslare Harbour; Mrs, M Forbes, Birmingham; John Hennessy. N.W.6; M. A. Newitt, Corby; Anastasia Mooney. Manchester : Catherine Doherty. Rotherham ; Sister M. Praxedes. Burnt Oak; Miss E. Findlay, Bellingham ; Brendan Holohan, Preston; Kathleen M. Higgins. Boston Spa: Mrs. Gallagher. Sheffield: Miss Kathleen Nunen. Wallington; C. Adanson, Birstali : Imelda Downes. Northampton: Mrs Ta Herne West Hartlepool: Miss F. Walsh, N.8; Mrs. O'Connor. S.E.20: Nuala Hutton. Dublin; Miss M.

ohson. Sunderland : Ca n ishon Murphy. Cwyhran: Richard O'Brien. Drogheda ; Miss N. Ronavne, Winstead: Miss B. Walsh, S.W.20; Miss C. E. Hall, Portsmouth: C. J. Gor

man, Slough; Nurse E. Keary, N.19; VI. Monaghan, Liverpool 13; John S. Doherty, Sittinebourne; Mrs. M. T. Kilroy, Miincliester; Thomas J. Devaney, Salford


WE now invite all these people to submit a slogan for attracting people to Ireland.

Thus, as an example. " Ireland of the Welcomes," " It's easy to take it easy in Ireland." " Holiday Harmony in Ireland," " So near Lo home, so far from care."

The hest slogan in the opinion of the judges (which may be used connection with the THE CATHOLIC HERALD'S Irish Number -next year), will win the prize of a holiday in Ireland for two persons. Entries should be received not later than March 14.

Mail your entry to CATHOLIC HERMD, 67 Fleet Street, London, E.C.4. marking the envelope "Slogan" in the top left-hand corner.

The decision of the judges is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

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