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: March

" Tannhäuser " Wagner
(Played by the Band.)

: SERVICE.

Hymns (English Hymnal) :
No. 365, " All People That on Earth Do Dwell."
No. 470, "Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven."
No. 202, "The Son of God Goes
Forth to War."
During the Collection the Band will play the Tone Poem, " Finlandia," by Sibelius, and at the end of the Service, " Land of Hope and Glory," by Elgar, will be rendered.
The Sermon will be preached by the Dean of York, Dr. LIONEL FORD , D.D.

Contributors

Unknown: Lionel Ford

: Evensong.

Ueiayed from
KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL,
Cambridge.
Proper Psalm, 145.
1st Lesson, Isaiah 61.
2nd Lesson, St. Luke 7, 1-17.
Hymn at the end of Service.

: The BAND

of The 3rcl/6th DRAGOON.
GUARDS.
(By kind Permission of Lieut.-
Col. G. A. Sanford , D.S.O.)
Bandmaster,
A. VINCENT-BARWOOD .

Contributors

Unknown: Col. G. A. Sanford
Unknown: A. Vincent-Barwood

: Sbakespeare's Iberoines.

(1st of Series.)
" As You Like It."
Act III.- Scene 2 : The Forest of Arden.
Act IV.- Scene 1 : The same.

: A Brotherhood Service

by the NATIONAL BROTHERHOOD MOVEMENT.)
The Rt. Hon. Lord GAINFORD, P.C.,
Chairman of the British Broadcasting Company, Ltd.
Will officiate as Announcer.
Hymn, O God Our Help in Ages
Past" (Tune, "St. Anne"), (The Fellowship Hymn Book, No. 131).
Prayer. The Rev. J. W. TUFFLEY, National Secretary.
Chorus, "Send Out Thy Light" (Gounod), (The WEST HENDON BRO. MALE VOICE CHOIR).
Scripture Reading.,
ARTHUR CHADWICK, Hon. National Treasurer.
Hymn, "Help Me, O Lord, To Do My Part" (Tune, "Abridge"). (The Fellowship Hymn Book, No. 24).
Solo, " The Penitent " (B. Van de Water). (GILBERT EDWARDS).
Address, F. D. LAPTHORN, J.P., National President.
Hymn, " These Things Shall Be" (Tune, "Simeon"), (The Fellowship Hymn Book, No. 34).
Solo and Chorus, "Rock of Ages" (Jude), (GILBERT EDWARDS and CHOIR).
Benediction.

Contributors

Unknown: Don Bro.
Unknown: Arthur Chadwick
Unknown: Gilbert Edwards

: THE UNITED CHOIRS of NEW COLLEGE

MAGDALEN and CHRIST CHURCH,
OXFORD.
Under the Direction of Dr. W. H. HARRIS
(New College);
Dr. H. C. STEWART
(Magdalen) ;
Dr. H. G. LEY (Christ Church).
Relayed from Christ Church,
Oxford.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. W. H. Harris
Unknown: Dr. H. C. Stewart
Unknown: Dr. H. G. Ley

: The Week's Good Cause

St.Peter's Orphan and Convalescent Homes, Broadstairs. An Appeal by Mrs. RANDALL DAVIDSON (Lambeth Palace).

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Randall David

: WEATHER FORECAST AND GENERAL

NEWS BULLETIN.
Local News.

: THE WIRELESS STRINGORCHESTRA

Conducted by PERCY PITT.
IDA KIDDIER (Soprano).
DENNIS NOBLE (Baritone).
THE ORCHESTRA'.

Contributors

Conducted By: Percy Pitt.
Conducted By: Ida Kiddier
Baritone: Dennis Noble

: DENNIS NOBLE

(With ORCHESTRA).

: IDA KIDDIER.

(With ORCHESTRA).








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