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Ferndale. Under the auspices of the local branch of the Shop Assistants' Union, a highly- successful conversazione was held on Thursday evening at the Tudor Hall. Games, dancing, and music held sway until the wee sma' hours" of the morn- ing. and when at 2 a.m. the proceedings terminated, it was the verdict of all that a thoroughly enjoyable time had been spent. There were about 120 present, and amongst those from a distance were the Misses Thomas (two), Board, Evans, Messrs. Hughes, Jones, and T. Williams, of Porth; Miss Palferman and friend, Pontypridd; Miss Davies and Mr. D. J. I Lewis, Merthyr. The games were in the able charge of Messrs. Linus Davies and Harris (Oliver's). Mr. Thomas, Porth, gave a well executed solo, whilst a humorous song rendered by Mr. Tom Walters, Porth, was encored. A stump speech was delivered by Mr. Linus Davies, and the following took part in the farce, Wilkins' Wedding âMisses C. Davies, and Beynon, Messrs. Fred Parry, W. Davies (Public Benefit), and Jones (Co-ogerative). Mr. Edmund Thomas proved an efficient M.C. The various accompaniments were in the capable hands of Messrs. Jack Davies and Tom Powell. The committee had laboured hard to make the evening's entertainment a success, and it is hoped a substantial sum will be the result, so that the funds of the local branch of the Shop Assistants' Union may be substan- tially augmented. The organising com- mittee included Misses Beynon, Davies and Edwards (Davies, draper), Cassie Lewis (George's), Messrs. Linus Davies, Jones (Co-operative), E. Thomas (E. T. Jenkins, jeweller), Gwilym Jones (Blaen- llechau), Fred Parry, J. Parry (Lipton's). Mr. F. W. Barkway was responsible for the catering, and gave entire satisfaction. All shop assistants in the districts are cordially invited to affiliate themselves with the Union. ipOR Mourning Cards of the latest patterns, printed in a neat and artistic manner ;Photo reproductions a speciality), go to Kvans and Short, Printers, Howard Street. Treorchy. T. Jones, Tailor Paris House, Tony- pandy. Grand Selection of patterns in Men's Suits and Ladies' Costumes. 2096

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