Magyari Imre and his Hungarian
Gypsy Band: Hungarian Czardas Dance. Only one little blossom and Czardas (Sandor). Miska Borzo 's Czardas. Hungarian Quick Czardas Dances. Andalgo es Czardas (Mirka). Bicikli Czardas (Jorka).
' Offa's Dyke'
C. Henry Warren
Offa's Dyke was built as a protection to the Saxon kingdom of Mercia against the Welsh. It extends north and south near the border. C. Henry Warren is giving four talks about his tour along it and this is the second. In the first he dealt with the section between Tintern and Hereford, and this evening he will describe that part of the Dyke which remains between Hereford and Presteigne.
from St. Martin's Parish Church,
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, All people that on earth do dwell (S.P. 443 ; A. and M. 166)
Psalm cxxi, I will lift up mine eyes
Sursum Corda (Elgar)
Address by the Rev. Canon T. GUY
ROGERS (Rector of Birmingham, Chaplain to H.M. the King)
Hymn, Now thank we all our God
(S.P. 350 ; A. and M. 379)
The City of Birmingham Police Band
Organist and Choir Master,
Rev. Canon T.
An appeal on behalf of THE BIRMINGHAM UNION OF GIRLS' CLUBS by DAME ELIZABETH CADBURY
This union was formed to act as an information bureau for club members, to arrange conferences, inter-club competitions and displays. It has a camp house at Ullenhall and is federated to the National Council of Girls' Clubs. Dame Elizabeth Cadbury is its president.
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