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: THE BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA

Conductor, HARRY PELL
THORPE BATES (baritone)

Contributors

Conductor: Harry Pell
Baritone: Thorpe Bates

: THE WIGSTON TEMPERANCE BAND

Conductor, CHARLES MOORE
.This Band was formed in 1902, and has had the same conductor throughout its career. Two of the original members are still playing. It was one .of the earliest bands to broadcast and in 1930 it was placed in the Championship section at the Crystal Palace Contest, after having been in the prize list in other sections for eight years in succession.

Contributors

Conductor: Charles Moore

: ' Tangos'

HARRY ENGLEMAN 'S QUINTET with THOMAS O'HARA
(piano-accordion)

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Engleman
Piano-Accordion: Thomas O'Hara

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Methodist) from the Studio
Order of Service
Hymn, At even, ere the sun was set
(M.H.B. 689, A. and M. 20)
Prayer
Hymn, The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want (M.H.B. 50)
Lesson, Isaiah liii
Hymn, There's a light upon the mountains (M.H.B. 256)
Address by the Rev. F. H. BENSON (Chairman of the Birmingham District of the Methodist Church)
Hymn, When I survey the wondrous
Cross (M.H.B. 182, A. and M. 108)
Blessing
The Rev. F. H. Benson , who gives the address tonight, is a prominent figure in Birmingham's religious life, with which he has been continuously associated since 1913, when he wasput in charge of the Central Hall Mission. He was President of the Representative Council of the Evangelical Free Churches of Birmingham in 1929, and is Chairman of the Birmingham District of the Methodist Church.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. F. H. Benson
Unknown: Rev. F. H. Benson

: THE NEWS

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