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Conductor, E. A. Smith
The South-West Riding abounds in contrasts of ancient rural beauty and grim evidence of modern industry-Industrialism has scarred the countryside. and perhaps it is reaction from this that makes the miner so keenly appreciative of the beauty that he can make for himself. Thurnscoe Harmonic Choir is an outstanding example of this. Its members are mostly miners, and even their conductor works at the coal face.
They have competed at many festivals, including the Welsh National Eisteddfod, and have raised large sums for charities.


Conductor: E. A. Smith


including Weather Forecast


An excerpt from
' The Bouquets' under the direction of Murray
Ashford with Gladdy Sewell , Aylvia Nichols , Ann, Betty Millar , The Maria janos ,
Lionel King , Ivor Worring ,
Milton Stanley , Carlo, Will Ambro , and Murray Ashford from the Spa Theatre
An excerpt from
' Rolling Stones' under the direction of Richard Jerome with Will Kings, Edna Moncrieff , Jackson Hartley , Eddie Kelland ,
Cath Esler , Phyl Sylvern , Colin Cunningham , Mary Spencer-Smith , T Heath Joyce , Fred Gwyn , Eddie Kelland 's Six Dancing Debutantes, and the De Guise Seymour Orchestra from the Floral Hall


Unknown: Gladdy Sewell
Unknown: Aylvia Nichols
Unknown: Betty Millar
Unknown: Maria Janos
Unknown: Lionel King
Unknown: Ivor Worring
Unknown: Milton Stanley
Unknown: Will Ambro
Unknown: Murray Ashford
Unknown: Richard Jerome
Unknown: Edna Moncrieff
Unknown: Jackson Hartley
Unknown: Eddie Kelland
Unknown: Cath Esler
Unknown: Phyl Sylvern
Unknown: Colin Cunningham
Unknown: Mary Spencer-Smith
Unknown: Heath Joyce
Unknown: Fred Gwyn
Unknown: Eddie Kelland

: Regional Programme C

otton and Wheat Prices at 10.25


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