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: The Wireless Quartet

lna Ogilvis
(Soprano). Miss Gunn, of Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestio Science, on "Savoury Supper Dishes."


S.B. from London.
PERCY SCHOLES. S.B. from London. Local News.


Unknown: Percy Scholes.

: A Hallowe'en Party.

Hallowe'en observance, to a great extent, hat now fallen into disuse, but was believed by the superstitious in Scotland to be a night on which the invisible world hod peculiar power. His Satanic Majesty was supposed to have great latitude allowed him on this anniversary.
Guisers during the evening will include
MARGARET STEWART (Soprano), and AUGUSTUS BEDDIE , who will give a few of Burns' poems and stories in his usual happy and homely style.
A Cantata will be given by the STATION
CHOIR and ORCHESTRA-" The Cottar's Saturday Night " (Mackenzie).
At 9.10 we will inaugurate the first of a series entitled " Personalities." Games, Folk-songs, Dookin', Champit Tatties.
Visitor during the evening-ELSIE SUD.
DABY (Soprano).


Soprano: Margaret Stewart
Soprano: Augustus Beddie
Unknown: Champit Tatties.


S.B. from London.
Talk by the Home Office. S.B. from
London. Local News.

: " Auld Lang Syne."

Announcer : Mr. Nobody Special.

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