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Re: Well Really Mrs Twiddle

Postby Anita Bensoussane » 01 Feb 2016, 11:07

Moonraker wrote:
Tony wrote:This story is one of our failures, as neither David Chambers or myself have been able to find the original source.

As neither you nor David can find it, it must be a nigh on impossible task! Looking at Enid's terrible handwriting, it is also impossible to read the status of the Twiddle title.


That bit in brackets says 'Sunday Mail & Burkes 1946', Nigel, but it's referring to the story above ('The Disappearing Prizes').

As Tony said, below the Twiddle story it says 'Ewing's Annual'. However, Tony and David haven't been able to find any information about an annual of that title.

Edit: Just realised you might have been saying it's impossible to tell whether it says 'Mr.' or 'Mrs.', Nigel. If so, I see what you mean!
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