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Successful Carnival at Cross Hands. The carnival held at Cross Hands on Saturday, the 19th inst., which had been organised by the leading ladies of Cross Hands, under the chairmanship of Mrs. (Dr.) D. H. Griffiths, to provide funds for the Soldiers' and Sailors' Reception Committee, proved to be an unqualified success. Mr. C. E. Cleeves, Swansea, performed the open- ing ceremony, while his niece, Miss Cleeves, London, judged the carnival. The carnival awards were:— Adults.-I, Marguerite Young (Japanese) 2, Ivy Culliford (Wounded Soldier) 3. Irene Tudor (Welsh Costume). Juveniles.-I, Muriel Griffiths (Economy); 2, Cecil Jones (Mounted Soldier) 3, Connie Young (Old English). The stall-holders were:— General Stall: Mrs. D. H. Griffiths, Isfryn; and Miss M. O. Greville, Garreg- hollt. Fancy Stall: Mrs. Vaughan, Rose Villa; and Mrs. Griff. Evans, Towy Villa. Hoop-la Stall: Mrs. D. J. Griffiths, Tany- bryn and Mrs. J. Evans, Golden Key. Curio Stall: Mrs. D. M. Jenkins, Westlea; and Miss E. A. Jenkins, Rhianfa. Refreshment Stall: Mrs. Young, Melbourne House; Mrs. Thomas, Meiros Villa; Mrs. Culliford, Woodlands; Mrs. T. Griffiths, Argoed; Mrs. Bowen, Dryslwyn; Mrs. Davies, Maesyronen; and Mrs. J. Jones, Glanceri. Peep Show: Miss Corona Thomas, New Cottage. Golliwogs: Miss F, E. Greville, Garreg- hollt. Cut Flowers: Misses Marguerite and Connie Young. Bran Tub: Misses Eva Jones, Emporium, and May Jones, Panrgwyn Terrace. Sweet Stall; Miss M. Jones, Bankyffynnon. Kill the Kaiser: Miss Doris Young and Miss Armstrong. Kaiser in 1919 (Skeleton): Mr. Tom Jas. Powell. Electric Battery: Mr. J. W. Jones, Banky- ffynnon. Auctioneer: Mr. Harry Russell. During the evening, a concert, organised by Mrs. D. M. Jenkins, was held, when Dr. Griffiths presided. The programme was contributed to by Mr. George Griffiths, Misses Harries, Miss Myra Griffiths, Master HyweL Hughes, Miss Eva Jones, Miss Connie Young, Mr. D. P. Williams, Mr. Harry Young, Miss M. A. Jenkins, Misses Maggie Lewis and Connie Young, Masters Gwynfor Lewis and Wynford James, Master Ivor Evans, Mr. Samuel Evans, Miss Tudor, Mrs. Griff. Evans, Mr. Gwilym Evans. Messrs. Tom James, T.C.L., and George Griffiths accompanied. The secretaries of the Fair were Miss M. O. Greville and Miss E. A. Jenkins, and the treasurer was Mrs. D. M. Jenkins. The successful outcome of the proceedings reflects the highet credit on all concerned in the arrangements.

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