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BRYNANTMAN. I The distressing epidemic, Spanish Influenza, is somewhat on the wane at Brynamman. There are but few cases in the village at present. The faithful and enthusiastic members of the Brynamman Band complain of lack of attendance on the part of many of the players. Come now, boys; success cannot be expected without perseverance. A series of preaching meetings were held at the Gospel Hall during the week-end, when the Rev. D. Jones, Crynant, officiated. The edifice was packed at each gathering, and most effective sermons were delivered. Dr. Richard Jones, Argoed, is gradually recovering from the effects of a painful acci- dent he sustained the other day. While driving in a trap to see a patient at Tal r- gwaith, the horse bolted and the medico was thrown out, with the result that he fractured his shoulder-blade. The incapacitated medico is being attended by Dr. W. Corkey, M.D., who is himself again on the road to recovery after a period of illness. A cordial send-off was accorded Air Mechanic Leonard Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Thomas, Tanymynydd, on Tues- day evening at Bethania Chapel, The pastor, Rev. John Llewelyn, presided, while Mr. Tom W. Jones accompanied. A fine pro- gramme was excellently gone through by the following artistes:-Solos, Meurig Jones, Mary E. Hicks, Meurig Wyn Williams, Sallie Williams, Percy Jenes, Annie Mary Jones, and Madam Johnny Thomas; recita- tions, Getta Williams, Morfydd Bowen, and Bessie Jones; violin solo, Mary Eurfron Williams. During the meeting, the pastor personally presented Air Mechanic Thomas with a valuable book, and also handed over a cheque on behalf of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Society, while Mr. Jacob James, on behalf of the congregation, presented him with a Welsh Testament. The meeting was also addressed by Mr. T. Morris Walters (Butts).

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