' The Magic Buttons '
A Fairy Tale by MARJORIE ANNE ROSOMAN
' Honey Seekers ', a talk by GLADYS DAVIDSON
Songs by MARJORIE WESTBURY (soprano)
' Coastguard Horace and the Policeman ' a story by FRANK WESTBURY , told by E. G. HILTON
Conductor, JEHU SHEPHERD
ROBERT SILVESTER (violin) When the trade depression in South
Wales became severe there was a considerable migration of miners, fitters, and other workers to Coventry, and it was decided in 1927 to form a Glee party as an organisation for keeping them together. Coventry Gleemen have competed at many musical festivals, and in one year won first prizes at both Matlock and Leamington.
following the Annual Banquet of The Association of British Chambers of Commerce
Sir ALAN GARRETT ANDERSON , G.B.E.,
The Rt. Hon. J. H. THOMAS , Secretary of State for the Dominions
The Midland Railway Institute, Derby
Representatives from Chambers of Commerce from all parts of the country are meeting at Derby for their annual conference. Mr. J. H. Thomas , who replies to the toast of Empire Trade, has recently completed twenty-eight years as one of the Members for Derby.
Sir Alan Garrett
Rt. Hon. J. H.
Mr. J. H.
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