: Two Old Ballads:
The Arrow and the Song (Balfe); The Windmill (Welson), sung by Harry Hopewell. 'The Trap ' (Mortimer Batten), told by Robert Roberts. Suite, ' Through the Ages' (James Ching) Minuet; The Falconer; Crinoline. Played by Eric Fogg
A Monologue by FRED E. WEATHERLY
With Songs and Recitations from his new book,
' Songs for Michael '
Vocal Illustrations by HELEN ALSTON (Soprano)
Recitations by the AUTHOR
Recitation, ' The Door at the End of our Garden '
'THE GREATER LAW'
A Comedy in One Act by LEONARD C. WHITE
There comes a time in our lives when we are apt to feel that the laws of Nature are no longer applicable to our mode .of life. Mr. and Mrs. Harding arrived at such a decision, but discovered that there is a greater law, which governs all mankind.
John Harding (a retired Merchant):
Eleanor Harding (his Wife):
Howard (their elder Son):
Cyril (their younger Son):
Doris (their Daughter):
Charlotte (Howard's Wife):
Edith (Cyril's Wife):
Dick Trevelyan (Doris' fiance):
Uncle Ned (Eleanor's Brother):
Rev Francis Dormer (Rector of Sunningdene):
Henry (a Manservant):
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