'Sandy and the Friendly Giant '-3
' Sandy solves another problem ' by ALLAN MACKINNON
Serial Story, ' Skipper the Scottie'-2 ' Skipper and the Burglar', by ALAN
A European fairy tale, ' Little One-eye, Little Two-eyes, and Little Three-eyes,' from Grimm's collection
A Disastrological Survey of 1937 by Old J. Bennett Morrison
(Sees All, Hears All, Says Too Much)
The Stars who will reveal your Fate are
Pearl Colquhoun Allan MacKinnon
An t-Athair Urr. IAIN MAC 'ILLE
' Bards and song-makers of the present day'-the Rev. Father John MacMillan
Is iomadh 6ran gasda a dhealbh an t-Athair Urramach lain Mac 'Ille Mhaoil. Chan e mhain gu'n comhdaich e a riiintean ann an cainnt bhardail iomchuidh a reir a chuspair, ach tha e comasach dha mar an ceudna, an cur ri fuinn ura a tha fior fhreagarrach mar a chluinneas sibh anns na h-6rain a sheinneas Mairead NicAonghais , agus Ailean MacRuiseirt. Bheir an t-Athair Urramach Somhairle Maclseag dhuinn iomradh air obair a' bhaird
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