by Maurice Popplestone from All Saints Church,
Maurice Popplestone has been organist at All Saints Church for the last twenty-two years. He has played the organ regularly on Sundays since his school-days, but music remained merely a hobby until he was twenty-five. He spent three years with the R.F.C. during the war, the latter part as bandmaster.
THE COLSTON HALL,
Presented by Charles H. Lockier
Henry Hall and his Dance
Stanford and McNaughton
(The Wise Jesters) and Stan and Jan.
(The Two Devonshire Rustics)
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