AN ECONOMY Teachers and students at the Notre Dame Senior school at Plymouth were so pleased with the programme given last week by a visiting C.F.S. projection unit that they detained it for another display to the junior school,
As the Society's charge for a film display is exclusive of travelling expenses, provincial convents and schools would save money if those in one neighbourhood arranged among themselves to hold their displays on the same or following days.
CHRISTMAS The children's Christmas show takes place at Millicent Fawcett Hall tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock, Tickets, 6d. each, may be had at the door.
The idea of making a record to voice your Christmas greetings to absent friends is familiar. Catholics can at the same time benefit their own film society by making the record at 36, Great Smith Street, S.W.1, where up-to-date recording apparatus is installed. There is a pianoforte there, so you can say it to music if you so prefer.
TO PARISH PRIESTS Periodically we hear of priests who have purchased cinematograph apparatus and give their own displays. Fr. Borer has weekly film shows at Waltharnstow and finds his cinema a good investment. Other priests interested are invited to communicate with the Society, who will arrange demonstrations and quote reasonable terms for apparatus of good make.
MARIA The January display is on January 5 at Millicent Fawcett Hall, when in addition to "Our Lady's Tumbler," our own Mime Group will render an interpretation in movement of Psalm 129, Special music has been composed.
The Mime Group, under Miss Julia Murray, from the London School of Dramatic Art, meets every Monday evening at the Interval Club. It is the art which trains the body and mind together to become an instrument of expression.
On January 17 the Society gives its second display at Finsbury Town Hall, at 8 p.m. Tickets (1s., Is. 6c1. and 2s.) may be had from the assistant secretary.