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GL&SBURY. EVERY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours. S. Pct.-r*s Ascension D::y Holy Communion was celebrated at S. Peter's Church at 8-3 j and there was evensong at 7 p.m. Tho collections throughout the day on Sunday last were for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Able sermons on behalf of the Society were preached both morning and evening, and merry peals of change ringing were given during the afternoon. Congregational Church.âOn Monday evening. May 26th, the Rev. D. J., Thomas, of Carmarthen, visited the Con- gregational Church and gave a most helpful sermon to the members. It was a pity that the service had not been more widely known, so tint many could have availed "themselves of the oppor- of hearing so a Vie a preach School Concert.âThe children a: tend- ing the Ffynongynydd School gave a most interesting entertainment in the Parish Hall on Friday evening last, after careful training of the head master and mistress. Mr and Mis Lupton. Every item had received the la-eites: cue. both in staging, dress, enunciation an 3 ;ingi:ig, especially the patriotic opeietra. "The Birth of the Union Jack." This is a work that wo aid not have been easy for adult performers, but the children en- tered thoroughly into the spirit of the play and gave a perfect rendering, well repaying Mr and Mrs Lupton for all the time and trouble they had devoted tc, its ^-âoration. too great '"A +-r>n« both t»» tOi tile enunciation a; singing aud recitation, while the dancing was really marvellous for children. Miss Hay;j«c, the assistant, arid Miss Jones. Wye View, gave valuable help with the costumes aud in the dressing room. The proceeds go towards repairs to the school premises. At the close Mrs deWiuton distributed the certificates for good at- tendance. Appended is the programme âRecitations by infants. An Over- sight." (Greta SieT.)Iie!is). Kitii Bon- To;. net (Rosie Jones). "The boy who ran away (Piiihp Haynes), Dont (Tom ATa110!Hl,.): humorous musical sketch. "The Jumble Sale," upper children sketch, "Week Days." seven younger girls "Old Betty," Dorothy Haynes and Kitty Ralphs recitations, The wrong side of the bed (Ivor Hincksmau), and "When I'm grown up (Dick Machin) action song and dance. Daffodils." upper girls sketch, "What my mother calls me," Class J, boys recitation. Little Mischief." Hilda Ed- wards humorous dialogue. "The Pantry Ghost." Ivor Hinksman, Xancy Haynes, Dorothy Burr, Tom Machin, W. McCor- mack; sketch, The Farmer and his helpers. Standard II. bovs patriotic operetta. "Birth of the Union Jack," Prime Minister, Ivor Hinksman Brit- annia. Gladys Edwards: t. George, Percy Phillips St. Patrick. Tom Machin; Ireland. Dorothy Haynes St. Andrew, Wm. McCormackScotland, Nancy Haynes. Xellie Connell, and Ivor Bufton: Wales, Kitty Ralphs and Gertie Bam- I, ford America, Gladys Bowen Peace, Sybil Ricketts.

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