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A ForgiYing Wife.

VELINDRE.I

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VELINDRE. I ON STTNDAY, October 16th, the Rev E. H Dight, Maesyrhelem, preached afternoon and evening in the Baptist Chapel. On the following Monday the annual public tea was held in the Baptist Schoolroom, the tea tables being presided over by Mrs A, Price, Mrs Aaron Price, Mrs S. P. Meredith, Mrs J. Grinithp, Miss A. E. Griffiths, Mrs J. Beavan, who were assisted by Mrs Bennett, Mrs Evan Price, Mrs T. Powell, Mrs S. Meredith, Mrs Price, Miss Bnfton, Miss J. Lloyd, Miss L. Meredith, Miss E. Edwards, Miss M. Powell, Miss 'R. Wilson, Miss Lily Price, Miss D. Lloyd, Miss A. Humphreys, Miss Edith Jenkins, Miss E. Jones, Miss K. Jones, Miss G. Lloyd, Miss Jessie Lloyd, Miss M. Pugb, and Miss Enid Mansfield. The following also rendered valuable help Mr T. Deakins, Mr Edward Jones, Mr E. Lloyd, and the Pastor. The tea was largely attended. A public service followed in the Baptist Chapel. Mr Edwards (student of Cardiff College) read a portion of Scripture and offered prayer. The Rev E. H. Dight, Maesyrhelem, preached an exclKetnt sermon to a good congregation. The choir was conducted by Mr J. Griffiths, Miss A. E. Griffiths presiding at the organ. At the close the Pastor tendered thanks to all who had helped to make the tea and service such a success.

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