'Early to Bed'
Nursery rhymes for the ' Under-sevens '
Sung by ETHEL WILLIAMS
Played on sleigh-bells by HERBERT BALL and told by ANNE and HUGH
' Later to Bed '
' Anne and Lord Oliver ' a story for those who like cats by SHOWELL STYLES told by WILLIAM HUGHES
'Grandma Goes to the Pictures ' a sketch by CHARLES HATTON
' Holiday Hobbies '-1
' Photography ', by HUGH
(A Photographic Competition will be held at a later date)
The whole programme will be supported by THE NORRIS STANLEY SEXTET
Ethel Williams (soprano)
Jean Laird Bruce (contralto)
Geoffrey Dams (tenor)
JEAN LAIRD BRUCE
Three Songs from Dramatic Lyrics
1 In a Year. 2 A Woman's Last Word. 3 Home Thoughts
Songs of the Chinese Poets
1 A King of Tang. 2 Exile. 3 Willow Flowers. 4 Galloping Home
Great is the Lord (Psalm xlviii)
By the rivers of Babylon (Psalm cxxxvii)
Give unto the Lord (Psalm xxix)
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