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: Bible Reading

Stories from The Old Testament— I, In the Beginning' Genesis i-ii, 3
(From Edinburgh)

: BOYS' BRIGADE SERVICE

On the Occasion of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Brigade Council
Address by the Rev. G. F. MACLEOD , M.C., B.A.
Belayed from The Waverlcy Market
(From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. G. F. MacLeod

: A CONCERT THE STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Under the direction of ISAAC Losowsky
MONTGOMERY FYFFE (Tenor)
(From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Unknown: Isaac Losowsky
Tenor: Montgomery Fyffe

: EVENING SERVICE

Relayed from St. John's Parish Church, Perth
(From Dundee)
Address by the Rev. WALTON E. LEE , D.D.
The Prayers will be conducted by the Rev. J. McGlashan
Scott, M.A.
Organist and Choirmaster, Fred Midgley , R.R.C.O,

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Walton E. Lee
Unknown: Rev. J. McGlashan
Choirmaster: Fred Midgley








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