will give the First Instalment of " THE STORY OF WEELUM MACLURE
-A Doctor of the Old School," by Ian MacLaron.
The story tells of his struggles through winter snow and summer heat lovingly to tend the people of Drumtochty. He is one of the most heroic types of his noble profession, and the story goes on to teU how he forded the Edinburgh professor across the river, heavy with a winter flood. to save the life of Annie Mitchell. .. Drumsheugh, the seemingly hard bargain-driving farmer, was his chief ally in all his' works of mercy.
(The Second Instalment of this story will be broadcast on September 5th.)
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