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CADLYS. OBITUARY. We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Lettie Thomas, 14 Oxford Street, the wife of Mr. Thomas Thomas, mason, one of the oldest em- ployees under the Aberdare District Council. Deceased, who was 75 years of age, was born at Ebenezer, Pembroke- shire, but had resided at Gadlys for many years, and was a faithful member of Gadlys (B.) Church. She leaves a husband and four children. The funeral takes place on Friday, k PRESENTATIONS. â =- On Saturday last a presentation of a wallet and pipe was made to Mr. John Evan Jones, Pearl Assistant Superintendent, on his promotion and removal to Pontypridd. Superintendent Sam Thomas presided, and the presentation was made by Mr. Dan Evans. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Evans were also presented with a beautiful biscuit bowl. Felicitous speeches were made by Mr. Marks, assistant superin- tendent; Messrs. T. Evans, E. Thomas, T. Rees, J. Griffiths, agents, and W. H. Rogers, clerk. Mr. Evan Thomas made the presentation on behalf of the Tre- cynon. Staff of the Pearl Assurance Com- pany, and wished the recipients a long and happy married life. WEDDING. On Sunday last at Bethel Congregational Church Miss Sarah Jones, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jenkin Jones, 2 Oxford Street, was united in matrimony to Mr. Evan T. Pritchard, 35 Regent Street, Aberaman. The bridesmaids were Miss Ann Jones, sister of bride, and Miss Maggie May Thomas, Aberaman. The bride was dressed in rose colour silk poplin, and wore a black picture hat. The brides- maids were dressed in white and pale blue poplin, with black picture hats. The Rev. E. J. Gruffydd, officiated. The bride was given away by her bro- ther, Mr. Howell Jones, and the duties of best man were carried out by Mr. D. J. Bowen, Aberaman. Mr. Jeffries, Regent Street, was also present. The wedding breakfast was partaken of at the home of the bride's parents. The honeymoon is being spent at Blackpool. INTERMENT. On Monday last the remains of the late Mrs. Mc)Carty, 37 Glan Road, were interred at the Aber- dare Cemetery. The chief mourners were: the Husband; David John, son; Mrs. Rachel Lewis, mother; Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Lewis, brother: Mr. and Mrs. Parsons, sister; Mr. and Mrs. Evan Lewis, brother*; Mr. and Mrs. D. Lewis, brother; Mr. and Mrs. Howell Davies, sister; Mr. and Mrs. T. Walters, sister; Mrs. Martha Jones, Clvdach, Swansea, aunt; Mr. Henry and family, brother- in-law; Mr. and Mrs. Knight, sister-in- law Messrs. Evan, David, Willie, and Tom Jones, Mrs. Hannah Davies, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Swansea; Mr. and Mrs. T. Davies, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davies, Mrs. Davies. Mrs. Elizabeth Davies, Mrs. Jane Jenkins, cousins; Mr. and Mrs. T. Powell, Glyn Neath; Mr. and Mrs. 1 John Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Powell. The Rev. Father Sutherland officiated. Wreaths were received from ,i Mr. and Mrs. E. Lloyd. Ammanford, a friend, and Miss Nana Williams, 38 Glan Road. The deceased, who was only 45 years of age, passed away after a very brief illness. A sorrowing husband and five children are left.

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