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: The Western Studio Orchestra

Leader, Louis Levitus

Overture, "The Merry Wives of Windsor"...Nicolai

Mai Ramsay has been in the recent production of "White Horse Inn" at the London Coliseum. Her first important part after leaving the Academy was to play 'Polly' in "The Beggar's Opera" when it went on tour.

Moura Lympany is only fifteen years of age; she studied at the Liege Conservatoire for six years from the age of seven, then she won the Ada Lewis Scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music.


Musicians: The Western Studio Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Louis Levitus
Mezzo: Mai Ramsay
Pianist: Moura Lympany

: A Religious Service

Relayed from St. Paul's Church, Weston-Super-Mare
Order of Service:
Prelude, God be in my Head Sarum Primer, 1514
(Sung by the Choir)
Hymn, Holy, Holy, Holy (Ancient and Modern, 160)
Prayers, Lord's Prayer and Collects
Psalm 24
Lesson, St. James
Nunc Dimittis
Prayers of Intercession
Hymn, Praise the Lord! Ye Heavens, adore Him (Ancient and Modern, 292)
Address by the Vicar, the Reverend Prebendary G.R.G. Norris
Hymn, At Even ere the Sun was set (Ancient and Modern, 20)

The Reverend Prebendary G.R.G. Norris, vicar of the Church, has been in the Diocese since his ordination in 1902. He served as curate at Yeovil for nearly ten years, and was then appointed Vicar of Wedmore, Somerset. Later, he was appointed Vicar of the Parish of Brislington, and when this parish was transferred to the Bristol Diocese he became vicar of St. Paul's, Weston-super-Mare.


Speaker: The Reverend Prebendary G.R.G. Norris

: The Week's Good Cause

(From Swansea)
Appeal on behalf of The Llanelly Hospital, by Major H. E. Trubshaw, D.L., J.P., Chairman of the Hospital Committee.
Contributions will be gratefully received by The Secretary, [address removed]


Speaker: Major H. E. Trubshaw

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