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DYFFRYN. Private William Vest and Sapper Joseph Evans (only son of Mr. and Mrs. David Evans) were honoured upon their return home from the front. The ilev. A. R. Davies presided, and in making th1t.: presentation b, consisting of a silvet mounted stick and valuable pipe with lighter respectively, he passed warm' encomiums upon tie services rendered by Sapper Evans, in Gallipoli, and by Private Vest, who had not only fought in Franco, but also in the Boer War. Similar tributes were paid by Messrs. Joseph Harding, Owen Jenkins, John Poley, G. H. Rutter (ciMiiriaa-n of and Tom H&weLl (secretary). Suitable acknowledgements were Returned by the recipients (just di&- charged from hospital) and by Mr. David Evans and his daughter, Miss Evelyn Evans. Song's were contributed by M. I/ewis Thomas, Arthur Corbett, and Willie Eddotls. Mr. Hopkin Thomas was the accompanist. A vote of condolence with the bereaved relatives of the three young soldief-o--Corp,&rni David G. Evans and Privates Albert Evans and Isaiah Edwardsâwho lately surrendered their JiVoM for their country, was passad in solemn sileve

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