Conducted by Mr. ERN SHAW.
An interesting competition has been arranged this evening for the many Hull listeners who wish that they could draw. In addition it gives them an opportunity to help a most .deserving cause-the ' Christmas Dinner to the Bairns' Fund.
Mr. Ern Shaw , the popular Cartoonist, will broadcast simple instructions which, carried out on a specialty prepared chart, will result in a humorous drawing appearing on the squared design. Competitors of all ages are invited-to send in their efforts, and the neatest of these, with the most ingenious 'last lines' to a Limerick accompanying the subject, will win handsome prizes, presented through the kindness of the Editor of the Hull Evening News.
All entries must be accompanied by a Postal Order for 6d. The whole of the proceeds will be handed over to the fund.
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