In the small town of Faithville, Ontario, Miss Charity is the proprietress of the local diner, where many of the neighborhood children come to visit. Miss Charity enjoys the children's company and, in addition to her and her resident cook Karl making the meals for them and the other guests, she also gives advice to the kids regarding how to overcome whatever problems they may have. Other denizens of Faithville who also have their own segments within the show (and who also visited Miss Charity's on occasion) included Farmer Shalom and his dog, Dusty, who often related the theme of the day to how members of the animal kingdom live and work; Miss Geranium, the local florist who is often joined by her friend, Mr. Bookworm, and enjoys telling stories about two boys, Chuckie and Gordy; Sue Lynn and Josiah, two neighborhood kids who visit the diner and are joined by Mr. Dan or Mr. Stan, who help in Miss Charity's kitchen and inventory the stockroom, and often helped quell Sue Lynn and ...
William Bennett Warfield
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Miss Charity's Diner
Lyrics by Linda Knight and Julie Nevel
Music by Julie Nevel See more