A Good Tune Would Make All the Difference

5th May 1916, page 5


GramophoneSergeant Gutteridge (long known to our readers as Corporal Gutteridge), of Bromley, and now “somewhere in France,” writes:-

“Have any of your Bromley readers a gramophone they could send the boys? One is apt to get dull when all is quiet, and I have an idea a good tune would make all the difference.

If someone would be so kind as to send the boys of our Battalion a gramophone I am sure they would more than appreciate their kind gift.

You have my address – Y

our sincerely,

J Gutteridge”

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