' Three Mice ', a story in verse, by Charles G. Mortimer told by VERA ASHE
Songs by HILDA ABBOTT (soprano)
' The White Camel', a story by Alice Berry-Hart , told by WILLIAM HUGHES
MICHAEL NORTH and RICHARD SPENCER
At the Organ of The Town Hall,
Cheltenham Reginald New has been the visiting organist at the Cheltenham Town Hall several times in the last two years. He has had about 500 cinema organ recitals broadcast from Birmingham.
The Banjo and Guitar King
THE FOUR CROTCHETS
The Melody Boys
Syncopated Piano Solos
THE BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by KNEALE KELLEY
TOM YATES PEMBLETON
Mr. Pembleton, who lives in Birmingham, resigned from the Midland Railway in 1931, after thirty-six years' service. He was porter or signalman at fourteen different stations in Derby-shire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, and Worcestershire. His father was in the railway service for over fifty years.
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