RENE SEGERS (accordion)
FRANZ GILMAN (piccolo)
THE LIGHT ORCHESTRA OF
Conductor, KAREL WALPOT
Belgica, dance based on popular
Flemish and Walloon songs Piet Bemers and Charley Topp
(Church of Scotland) from Govan Old Parish Church
Order of Service
Psalm xcv, 1-6, 0 come, let us sing unto the Lord (Tune, Irish)
Call to Prayer
Prayer and The Lord's Prayer
Psalm xxiii, The Lord is my shepherd,
I shall not want (Tune, Stracathro)
Prayer of Intercession
Hymn, 0 for a closer walk with God
(Tune, Martyrdom) (Rv. C.H. 457)
Address by the Rev. GEORGE F. MACLEOD , M.C. Paraphrase liv, I'm .not asham'd to own my Lord (Tune, Jackson)
Organist, D. Mackie
The service will be attended by members of the Glasgow Union of Girls'
Rev. George F.
An appeal on behalf of THE SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION OF GIRLS' CLUBS by the Rev. GEORGE F. MACLEOD , M.C.
The Association is a comparatively new organisation, formed to assist working girls in Scotland, and the value of its efforts has already been recognised both by the Carnegie Trust and by the Commissioner of Special Areas. The clubs are. mainly for the young adolescent girl of 14 to 18 and their aim is to give a steady background of friendship and stability during the difficult period of transition between the discipline of school and the life of the potential wage earner. The clubs run classes for handicrafts, cookery, and dressmaking and have regular debates and discussion groups. Many of them are in the very poorest districts.
Some of the immediate objects of the Association are to establish head-quarters on a sound financial basis, to establish a central holiday camp for Scotland, to establish a fund to help clubs starting in poorer districts, and to help the existing poorer clubs to carry on in difficult times, and lastly to found a library of good books useful to clubleaders and workers.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to the Rev. G. F. MacLeod , M.C., Pearce Institute, [address removed]
Rev. George F.
Rev. G. F.
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