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CHILDREN'S NEW YEAR'SI TREAT.,

ABERAMAN PASTOR'S } DEPARTURE.…

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ABERAMAN PASTOR'S } DEPARTURE. To mark the departure of the*J*'jv. T. Lloyd Rees, pastor of Gwawr cap- list Church, Aberaman, a presenta- tion meeting was held last week. The chair was occupied by the hm- M. Jenkins, Abercwmooi, who wished Mr. Rees success in his new Church at Llannon, Carm. Mr. William (Griffiths, Secretary of Gwawr Ohurch. dealt with the good work accomplished by Mr. Rees. Mr. J. Lloyd, George Street, spoke On beliaif of the Young People's Society, and pointed out how helpful Mr. Kees had been to them in their work. Mr John Davies addressed the meeting on behalf of the Sunday School. Let- ters of inability to attend the meet- iug were sent by UevB. David Smith, Bethany, D. Egryn Davies, Salem, Dd. Rees. Beulah, and Ben). Will- iams, Abernant. all wishing Mr. Rees godspeed in his new sphere. The Rev. James Griffiths, Calvaiia, Vberdare, also spoke. The Rev. J. Lewis, Hebron, on behalf of the local Ministers Association, presented Rev. T. Lloyd Rpe" with an ebony walking stick, suitably inscribed. Mrs. John Williams, Elm Grove, Vberdare, then presented him with a handsome gold watch, also appropriately inscribed, on De- iialf of. tho Church, at the stme time paying him a iugn tribute for his excellent work. Mrs Lewis. Margaret Street then pre- sented Mrs. Rees with a magnificent spirit kettle (inscribed). Mr. John Davies presented Misses Nanna and Eirlys Rees (children of Mr. and Mrs. Rees) with a Bible eaeh. la responding, the Rev. T. Lloyd Rees thanked all his friends for their ap- preciation, which he would always â â¢herisli, and which would help him in his work. Appreciative addresses were deliv (i-ed by the Revs. H. P. Jenkins (SaronV R H Davies B.A., Cwmbach, T. Thomas, B.A., Ynyslwvd, and Mr D, J. Edwards, Liwydcoed, chairman 'â f the Baptist District Committee, There were tllso present the Rev. S- J. Leeke, B.A., B.D., Cwmaman, and John Lewis. Miss Morfydd. Leach r -ndered a solo, and M^p^May Evans ill so sang. The neeowpaniMt was Mr. -<iomer Leach. Mr. J. Llo-d wns chairman of the Presentation Committee, a ad Mrs. ] ewis vice-chairman. Secretary, Mr. Lcwis: Trea.uv- Mr i â¢, > Mr. Pees has also received several presents from outride onrceEi, includ- ing 12 volumes of bookfi. The Rev. T. Lloyd Rees is a native of Dowlais. He has been minister at Gwawr for the last few yeans and has done excellent work in the district.

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