Written and arranged by EDWIN Lewis
Relayed from the Newfield Hall , 'Owdham
MARJORIE FARNHAM (Soprano)
Tom CASE (Baritone)
Supported by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
Herbert's twenty-first birthday falls on January 3, 1929, and Sarah's New Year Party is being combined with Herbert's loosing, for which important event Newfield Hall has been gaily decorated with bright chains of paper, holly, mistletoe, and many coloured mottoes dear to the heart of Sarah.
The company will arrive immediately after a quarter to eight; meanwhile, Sarah is putting the finishing touches to the Hall and Bill.
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