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: A Religious Service

From the Studio
Organ Voluntary by Arthur Marston
Station Choir
Hymn No. ], Westminster Hymnal ,'Hark! an awful voice is sounding '
Bible Reading : St. Luke, chapter iii, vv. 1-6 1 Corinthians, chapter iv, vv. 1-5
Motet, ' Romte Coeli '.. Christopher Tye , d. 1573
Address by the Rev. RALPH BAINES , S.J., Superior of Corpus Christi, Boscombo
Hymn No. 4, Westminster Hymnal, 'O Thou, who Thine own Father's breast '


Unknown: Arthur Marston
Unknown: Westminster Hymnal
Unknown: Romte Coeli
Unknown: Christopher Tye
Unknown: Rev. Ralph Baines

: THE WEEK'S Good CAUSE: Appeal on behalf of the Christmas Funds for Poor Persons in Bournemouth and Southampton, organized by the Bournemouth and Southampton Rotarv Clubs

THESE Funds have been organized by the Rotary Clubs in these two towns for several years past at Christmas time, and have been the means of providing a large number of necessitous persons with Christmas parcels of groceries, broad and moat. The Southampton Fund is also used to send poor children of both sexes to Convalescent Homes and to holiday camps and homes during the summer months.
Contributions, marked Wireless Appeal,' should be sent for the Bournemouth Fund to [address removed]


Unknown: C. Carwithen

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