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: A CoNCERT IN THE STUDIO

DAPHNEMARTIN (Soprano)
THE GLADYS NOON TRIO

: The Week's Recital of Gramophone Records

Arranged by Mr. CHRISTOPHER STONB

: Evensona

From Westminster Abbey

: Miss MARY ELPHINSTONE; * A Church with a Museum '

OLD Chelsea abounds in curious history, and even its churches have had strangely chequered careers. St. Luke's, about which Miss Elphinstone will talk this afternoon, has changed its title once and changed it back again ; it has changed from being a Parish Church to being the Parish Chapel of the Parish Church; and it has a Museum (specifically so called) within its walls—a combination of Circumstances that Miss Elphinstone is probably right in considering unique.

: A Brass Band Concert

ELSIE BLACK (Contralto)
CALLENDER'S BAND
Conducted by Tom MORGAN

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

Here we go a-wassailing
-wherein the Carollera go the Rounds in the proper Christmassy spirit

: Mr. A. L. SIMPSON:' The Magic of Our Maps,

HALF the joy of walking-really enjoyable walking, not the sort where one reckons up the milestones with a stop-watch—lies in maps. Maps that show villages and inns and post offices and all the little lanes and bridle paths that motorists never see as they tear along their wide black roads. In his talk this evening Mr. Simpson will evoke some of the magic that lurks in every Ordnance map and even show how they can be used in fireside games.

: Vaudeville

TOMMY HANDLEY
(Comedian)
GEORGE E. MORRIS
(Banjoist)
DORISand ELSIE WATERS
(Syncopated Duets)
NORA DELANY
(Syncopated Numbers at the Piano)
JACK PADBURY 'S COSMO CLUB SIX

: A Violin Recital

by ARTHUR CATTERALL

: DANCE MUSIC:

FRED ELIZADE and his SAVOY HOTEL MUSIC, from the Savoy Hotel








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