FRESH water, in the form of well, spring or fountain, has always been a necessity to man, and ho has, according to his custom, adorned the necessity of using it with a variety of decorative customs and legends. In this afternoon's talk Miss Hewitt will describe well-worship among the old Creeks and Romans, the holy wells of Ireland and Scotland, and the wishing wells that are to bo found all over the land.
LANCELOT QUINN (Irish
(Xylophone and Vibraphone Solos)
CYRIL SHIELDS (Magic and Humour)
THE THREE NEW YORKERS
BILLY HILL and HORACE PERCIVAL
(Songs and Whistling Solos)
In a Character Sketch
THE B.B.C DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
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