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: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Leader, Louis LEVITUS
Relayed from
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WALES

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: DANCE MUSIC

THE CONEYBEACH FIVE
Relayed from
THE MAYFAIR CAFÉ, CARDIFF

: Listeners' Own Annual

The Christmas Number of The Severn Bore
(The popular periodical of the West Region)
Devised, produced, and illustrated by DOROTHY and FRANCIS WORSLEY . With the following contributors:
ERNEST SEFTON
DORIS NICHOLS
BRIAN GAYE
ELSEI EAVES
Ly.v JOSHUA
SIDNEY EVANS
CLIFFORD BEAN
THE REVUE CHORUS
The WESTERNSTUDIOORCHESTRA
THE CONEY BEACH FIVE
SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE:
FASHIONS:
What to wear; conducted by the Hon. Mrs.
Mothbolaugh
CUPID'S CORNER:
Conducted by Aunt Catti
FICTION:
The first and last instalment of our great. Serial
IN THE GARDEN:
By ' 'Earthworm'
IN THE LIBRARY:
By ' Bookworm '
AT THE WHEEL:
A Motoring Lay-out
OUR DUMB FRIENDS:
By 'Tiddler'
IN SOCIETY:
The Waddler's Column
Household Hints, Health, Bonnier Babies, Winter
Sports, Christmas Games, etc., etc.

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Worsley
Unknown: Ernest Sefton
Unknown: Doris Nichols
Unknown: Sidney Evans
Conducted By: Aunt Catti








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