-PENYGROES.!|1918-11-28|The Amman Valley Chronicle and East Carmarthen News - Welsh Newspapers Online
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AMMANFORD.

BRYNAMMAN.I

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ICWMLLYNFELL.I

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I LLANDILO. I

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PENYGROES. A grand reception concert, in honour of I Gunner Christy Morgan, R.N., and Priv. Alcwyn Thomas, R.A.M.C., was held at the Penygroes Congregational Vestry on Mon- day evening last. The chair was occupied by Mr. Wm. Williams, J.P., and the follow- ing artistes contributed to an excellent pro- gramme:—Miss L. M. Davies, Saron: Miss H. Davies, Caerbryn; Mrs. E. Edwards: Miss Lilian Hughes, Penygroes; Master Jack Evans, Gate Master T. J. Evans, Caehelyg; and Mr. Elwyn Rees, Hendre. The Peny- groes Silver Band, conducted by Mr. S. Rooerts, was in attendance. The accom- panist was Mr. D. W. Hughes, Gorslas. Miss Gertie Hughes and Miss H. Davies presented the heroes with the usual girt on Behalf of the Penygroes Recepuon Com- mittee. During the evening, the Chairman moved that a vote of condolence with the family of Priv. Alcwyn Thomas be passed, A Icwyn s parents having been recently in- formed that their third son, Tom, who was in France, had passed away to the Great Beyond, having succumbed to the dreaded epidemic which is still prevailing. Stirling speeches were made by the Rev. L. Berian James, B.A., Mr. Wm. Williams, J.P., Mr. T Morgan, M.E., and Mr. L. Thomas. A spiendid concert was concluded by the sing- ing of the Welsh and English National Anthems. Another reception concert will be held to-morrow (Friday) evening, when thet, committee hope the inhabitants will turn up in strong numbers.

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I SARON.

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