Devotional Service from St. Giles's
The service will be conducted by The Rev. Duncan Cameron , D.D., and The Rev. Alexander Reid , Chaplains to the Retiring Moderator. The address will be given by the Right Rev. Professor DANIEL LAMONT ,
D.D., Retiring Moderator
2.5 Scotland's Workshops
' Silk and Cotton '
W. G. OGG , Ph.D.
2.30 Elementary French
Anecdote, ' Le Quart d'heure de
Chantons, ' Les Trois Princesses '
JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN and YVONNE
(Church of Scotland)
From the Waverley Market,
Speeches by His Grace the Lord High
Commissioner and the Right
Rev. Dugald Macfarlane D.D. ,
Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
In the Chair,
President of the Woman's Guild
5.0 From West and Wales:
The sixteenth annual world wireless message of the children of Wales
5.5 'Friends round the World' a short programme for the World's Peace Day
'Birds and Music'
The Aberdeen Animals in an unusual variety programme which includes a talk on seabirds and a Story by Grannie Mutch
5.45 From Northern Ireland:
Instruments of the Orchestra
'The Percussion Family' by T.O. Corrin
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