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: ' FOR WESTERN FARMERS IN PARTICULAR'

' Agricultural Policy'
A discussion by the Plympton, Ivybridge, Roborough, and Yealmpton Agricultural Discussion Society. A. W. Ling will be Guest Chairman, and Colin D. Ross , Agricultural Organiser for Devon, will also be present

Contributors

Unknown: Colin D. Ross

: FRED HARTLEY AND HIS SEXTET

with Cyril Grantham
A Memory of Archibald Joyce
(All the above items arranged by Fred Hartley )

Contributors

Unknown: Cyril Grantham
Unknown: Archibald Joyce
Arranged By: Fred Hartley

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' WESTERN PANTOMIME'

Excerpts from
' MOTHER HUBBARD'
Produced by Percy Dunsford from the Theatre Royal, Exeter
The cast includes and ' MOTHER GOOSE'
Produced by Reg Maddox from the Theatre Royal, Bath
The cast includes

Contributors

Produced By: Percy Dunsford
Produced By: Reg Maddox
Mother Hubbard: Wilfred Watson
Colin (her son): Josephine Lea
Scamp (mother Hubbard's dog): Will Hallett
Mat (a miller): Will Henry
Sammy (his son): Albert H Grant
King Goldieluck (of the Golden Mountains): Hay Plumb
Princess Jolie (his daughter): Janet Morrison
Beck and Call (king's bodyguard): Bert Bex
Beck and Call (king's bodyguard): Billy Bex
Rupert (king's messenger): Veronica Carpenter
Marjorie (a village maiden): Joy Rhill
Bluebell and Snowflake (A fairy spirit): Ella Drummond
Principal Boy: Beatrix Richards
Principal Girl: Marjory Ristori
Dandy, the Page: Harry Ristori
Mother Goose: Harry Turner
Second Boy and Girl: Montana Sisters
Jackie Goose: Willie Cave
Baron: Peter Marwoode
Demon: Arthur Ackerman

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS








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