Order of Service:
Hymn, Row sweet the Name of Jesus
Sounds (Ancient and Modern, No. 176; St. Martin's Hymn Book, No. 527)
Confession and Thanksgivings Psalm xxiii
Lesson, Nunc Dimittia Prayers
Hymn, Jesu, Lover of my soul (Ancient and Modern, No. 193; St. Martin's Hymn Book, No. 542)
Address by The Reverend H. R. L. Sheppard, C.H., D.D.
Hymn, Abide with me (Ancient and Modern, No. 27; St. Martin's Hymn Book, No. 437)
At the Organ, ARNOLD GOLDSBROUGH
(Daventry National Programme)
An appeal on behalf of The DEVONIAN ASSOCIATION FOR CRIPPLES' AID, by Dame
The Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Hospital was built by the Devonian Association for Cripples' Aid and serves a population of nearly 600,000. It was opened by H.R.H. The Duchess of York in 1927, and was the first institution to be named after Princess Elizabeth.
Contributions will be gratefully received by the Secretary,[address removed]
Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic
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