from Abbotshall Parish Church,
Order of Service
Processional Hymn, When morning gilds the skies (Rv. C.H. 167; A. and M. 303 ; S.P. 696)
Hymn, Now that the daylight fills the sky (Rv. C.H. 258 ; A. and M. 1)
Scripture Sentences Prayers
Responsive Reading-Psalm cvii, 1-32 Hymn, Son of God, eternal Saviour
(vv. 1-3) (Rv. C.H. 359 ; A. and M. 677 ; S.P. 339)
Prayers and Lord's Prayer
Address, Part 1, by the Rev. J. M. HUNTER
Hymn, 0 Son of Man, our Hero strong and tender (Rv. C.H. 146 ; S.P. 611)
Address, Part 2
Metrical Psalm Ixxxix, 1, 2, 13, and 14, God's mercies I will ever sing (Tune, Culross)
Organist, John Hunter
5-The Sheffield Repertory
Company in 'THE WIND AND THE RAIN' by Merton Hodge specially adapted for the microphone
The Auriol Lee production of The Wind and the Rain ran from October 18, 1933, until December 31,
1935, at St. Martin's Theatre in London, and thus qualified for one of the West End's longest runs. Since then it has been revived and played in the provinces so often that Merton Hodge 's comedy has become almost a classic. This radio version will be one of the Sheffield Repertory Company's first 'efforts of the new season, and the players should be in particularly good form after a well-earned holiday.
An appeal on behalf of THE LIVERPOOL RADIUM INSTITUTE
AND HOSPITAL FOR CANCER by R. E. KELLY , C.B., F.R.C.S.
This hospital, which is recognised as part of the medical school of the University of Liverpool, renders vital service not only to the Liverpool district, but to the whole of West Lancashire, West Cheshire, North Wales, and the Isle of Man. The Earl of Derby is president of the institute and hospital, which had a great supporter and a vice-president in the late Lord Moynihan. Professor R. E. Kelly , who makes the appeal tonight, is Professor of Surgery at Liverpool University. He will speak of the great need for help in the fight against pain and a dread disease.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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