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|On the eve of their Silver Anniversary, Mary Gooch is waiting for her husband Jimmy--still every inch the handsome star athlete he was in high school--to come home.|
|In the third companion frame was the posed and professionally photographed |
engagement portrait of a happy young woman. According to the article below the
photograph, she had died in violence on the eve of her wedding. “Charles? ... I
can put out my fingers and feel it. ... “I have. And the sad thing is, I was never able
to avert tragedy. Perhaps it's true that destiny is writ and cannot be undone.
|Mrs. Smallchange will give her daughter to any man who will fondly cherish her. |
... fate was altered ; and, as Miss Anna was perfectly passive in the matter, and
declined to interfere with her destiny, it seems probable that if Mrs. Smallchange
had not been goaded into decision at last by the superior indecision of Mr. S., the
wedding- day would never have been fixed at all. Mr. and Mrs. Smallchange
were sitting in their parlour on the eve of the day which it had been settled should
at last ...
|But the price actually charged to the subscribers of the second class appears to |
have been exorbitant, and reduced the ... It opens in St. Gloi, a thriving third-rate
provincial town, whose inhabitants are somewhat excited by the expected arrival
... hcr doing as other girls did, and as she was expected to o— marry the man
chosen by her parents, have her trip to Paris, ... round whom the members of her
family are accustome to gather every Sunday in accordance with that strong
feeling for ...
|Oliver returns, but Chris is forced to keep her word. ... the wedding Dunstone is |
opportunely murdered by a discarded mistress. ... SOME BOOKS OF THE WEEK.
tender this heading we notice such Books of the week as have not been reserved
for review ... temper in which it is to be studied ; the Second takes us from
Chaucer to Dryden ; the Third from Dryden to Cowper. ... Hellenism, the Civis
Ronwinus sum, and the conviction of Anglo-Saxon destiny have been, and are,
far too potent ...
|When he got to the Hanoi Hilton, John refused to die. ... The third row of a bunch |
of bombs that went north-south along the railroad and Embassy Row was not
more than 150 yards from the camp. ... It stopped for Christmas Eve, only to
commence again not long after midnight on the 26th. ... with 13,000 participants,
a person with divorced parents has double the chance of his or her marriage
|He could have thrown him:elf at her feet and covered her hands with passionate . |
... motistlcnl precipitnncy, and perhaps h~ a haunted by the thought that 1 had
intervened bctww'n you and a more brilliant destiny. ... I am not; I feel that I am not
. .... could deliberately plan the destruction of that conflding maiden upon the very
eve of his marriage with that high-scaled lady, ... My hand and heart are free, and
they are yours if you want them; yet you should know this third secret of my life.
|The second season of Orchestral Promenade Concerts appears to have given |
such general pleasure that a third series will ... On the eve of his departure with
his choir, on a six months' tour of the British Colonies, Dr. Coward conducted the
last ... A feeling of valediction overhung the occasion, and at the close Dr.
Coward was the recipient of cordial applause in ... the Barnsley St. Cecilia
Society, conducted by Dr. Bairstow (Brahms's ' Song of Destiny ' and Mr. James R
. Dear's ' Songs ...
|The production of A Wedding in Shtetel was taped and released on |
videocassette by Jewish Video Library. ... and Iphigenia in Concert; the first act
dealt with Agamemnon's sacrifice of Iphigenia; the second dealt with her life in
Tauris. ... “Ride on to the Highest Destiny” (Madge Sinclair, Chorus), “The Line Is
Unbroken” (Chorus), “Who Will Lay Hands? ... “reworked” version of The
Wedding ofIphigenia and Iphigenia in Concert; as of this writing, the third musical
has yet to be announced.