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A reception meeti ng was held at Gosen in honour of Driver I^iali Bevan. Mr. Dd. Roderick, Clydach, presi d ed, sup- ported by the Revs. D. G. Rees, D. G. Richards, Messrs. Dd. Davies. Dl. W. John, Thos. Lloyd, Dd. T h omas, an d Wm. Williams. Driver Bevan was presente d with the usua l gift by Mr. Lewis Hopkin, on behalf of the reception committee. The following took part:âMrs. Hodge, Miss M Dav i es. Miss C. Davies, Miss Gwladys I Thomas, Master II. Morgan, E- Walters, D. J. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Trevor Evans, N. J. Havar d B. Davies, J. J. Williams. Hen W'lad fy Nhadau was sung by A competitive concert ivas held at the Congregational C h urc h the Chairman being the Rev. J. C. Lloyd, ad j udicator of music an d literature, Ptfc. E. J. Long, 'Three Crosses; accompanists, Miss E. L. Davies, and Mr. Brynmore Eva»ns. Aw a wis: Stanza, H. Williams; so l o (under7) divided between Dilys Davies and Gwyneth Evans; solo (under 10), divided between Carrie Evans an d Lily Francis. 2nd Glynis Fran- cis an d D. Austin; recitatioii (under 10) I R. Hopkins, 2 W. Hopkins; solo (under 'â¢!) divided between Geptie Davies and Maggie Evans, 2 Lily Francis and Carrie Evans; recitation (under 14), 1 Lily Hopkins, 2_ M*bel Hopkins; open recitat i on, divided between Molly Pa-ton -an d JJorfydd Wil- liams; baritone so l o, E. J. Jones; soprano so l o, Mrs. Stanley Davies; tenor so l o, Han- dei Evans; duet, H. Evans and E. J. Jonee; ehampioir solo, M. J. Davies. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. John Hughes, postmaster of Trecastle. Decease d who was at business on -Satur- day, retired in u'-ua l health, but passed away during tlie night. He was in his 58th 3-ear, and leaves a wi_ dow and Mr. B. J- Clar k e, resideait bandmaster, was presented with a large frame d por- trait of himself. Mr. D. W. Lewis pr sided an d ma d e the presentation on be h a" of his fellow bandsmen and the committed. The recipient spo k e on the pa,<?t and the future prospects of the band. The follow- ing contributed to the programme Messrs. A. Halfpenny, W. J. ^B-iailvs- John, S. Dav i es, and D. W. Lewii* T.'« | accompanist was Mr. W. H. A reception meer.ing was nem at uo.-eii. in honour of Driver I^iali Bevan. Mr. Dd. Roderick, Clydach, presi d ed, sup- ported by the Revs. D. G. Rees, D. G. Richards, Messrs. Dd. Davies. Dl. W. John, Thos. Lloyd, Dd. T h omas, an d Wm. Williams. Driver Bevan was presente d with the usua l gift by Mr. Lewis Hopkin, on behalf of the reception committee. The following took part:âMrs. Hodge, Miss M Dav i es. Miss C. Davies, Miss Gwladys I Thomas, Master II. Morgan, E- Walters, D. J. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Trevor Evans, N. J. Havar d B. Davies, J. J. Williams. Hen W'lad fy Nhadau was sung by A competitive concert ivas held at the Congregational C h urc h the Chairman being the Rev. J. C. Lloyd, ad j udicator of music an d literature, Ptfc. E. J. Long, 'Three Crosses; accompanists, Miss E. L. Davies, and Mr. Brynmore Eva»ns. Aw a wis: Stanza, H. Williams; so l o (under7) divided between Dilys Davies and Gwyneth Evans; solo (under 10), divided between Carrie Evans an d Lily Francis. 2nd Glynis Fran- cis an d D. Austin; recitatioii (under 10) I R. Hopkins, 2 W. Hopkins; solo (under 'â¢!) divided between Geptie Davies and Maggie Evans, 2 Lily Francis and Carrie Evans; recitation (under 14), 1 Lily Hopkins, 2_ M*bel Hopkins; open recitat i on, divided between Molly Pa-ton -an d JJorfydd Wil- liams; baritone so l o, E. J. Jones; soprano so l o, Mrs. Stanley Davies; tenor so l o, Han- dei Evans; duet, H. Evans and E. J. Jonee; ehampioir solo, M. J. Davies. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. John Hughes, postmaster of Trecastle. Decease d who was at business on -Satur- day, retired in usual health, but passed away during tlie night. He was in his 58th 3-ear, and leaves a wi_ dow and Mr. B. J- Clar k e, resideait bandmaster, was presented with a large frame d por- trait of himself. Mr. D. W. Lewis pr sided an d ma d e the presentation on be h a" of his fellow bandsmen and the committed. The recipient spo k e on the pa,<?t aud The future prospects of the band. The follow- ing contributed to the programme Messrs. A. Halfpenny, W. J. John, S. Dav i es, and D. W. Lewii* T.'« | accompanist was Mr. W. H.

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