Grey Owl is visiting the North of England at present, and will tell listeners in this talk some of the thoughts that occur to him as he travels through the centres of great industrial activity and through the serene agricultural country and waste places of the North.
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by H. Foster Clark 1 To a Wild Rose. 2 Will o' the Wisp. 3 At an Old Trysting Place. 4 In Autumn. 5 From an Indian Lodge. 6 To a Water Lily. 7 From Uncle Remus. 8 A Deserted Farm. 9 By a Meadow Brook. 10 Told at Sunset
An appeal on behalf of THE Boys' BRIGADE,
MANCHESTER BATTALION by The Rev. Canon PETER GREEN
Canon Green, rector of St. Philip's Church, Salford, is a great pleader and fighter for the betterment of social conditions in his parish, which is in a poor district-one which he has again and again refused to leave. Wider and more national causes find in him a champion too. Though he has never sought the limelight of personal publicity, he is a man warmly admired all over the country as churchman, philosopher, social worker, speaker, and author. One of his best-known books is ' The
Problem of Right Conduct'. He broadcast in the North Regional programme on September 13 on ' The Pleasures of Giving '.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
Rev. Canon Peter
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