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I PONTARDULAIS. On account of the interchange of pre- mises by the two departments, the chil- dren attending the Girls' and Infants' (Council) Schools were given a holiday on Friday and Monday. A child welfare bureau is to be estab- lished here. A memorial service to the late Mr. Wil- fred Bowen Thomas, Bradford House, was held at 'Hope Cong. Chapel 'on Sun- day evening. The sermon was preached by the Rev. D. Lloyd Morgan, D.D., pastor. Miss Williams (Llandilo) rendered a solo, and Mr. Caredig Williams ren- dered selections on the organ. A meeting was held at Haggar's Theatre in support of the endowment fund in con- nection w:th Commander Sir Edward Nicholl's scheme for a South Wales insti- tution for waifs and strlyg: The Rev. W. C. Morgan (Vicar) presided. The prin- | cipal speaker was the Rev..Percy Moss Weston (Swansea). Others who took part -were Councillors Jas. Thomas, H. W. Thomas and Mathew Griffiths, J.P., Messrs. Caradoc Jones (checkweigher), and Isaac L. Davies (schoolmaster). During the proceedings appropriate pictures were screened by Mr. Haggar, who was ac- corded a special vote of thanks at the 'â lose. The Rev. George Williams, pastor, pre- sided over a reception concert at Taber- nacle on Thursday in honour of Pte. W. T. Llewelyn Forest. He was presented with a wallet of notes. Items were given by the Cwmfelin Choir (conductor, Mr. David Powell), Misses Bessie Miles, Mona Jones, Messrs. T. Elfed Francis, W. E. Thomas. John Gower, and D. 1. Harry. At the Gwwa Hotl. on Wednesday, Corpl. Edgar Davies, R.E., M.M., was pre- sented bv athletic friends with a smoker's outfit, Mr. D. Howells presided, and the gifts were handed over by Miss Hattie Morris. Addresses were given by Messrs. D. Edgar Thomas, S. J. P. Williams, Dd. Rees, Jack Williams, D. Haliam, A. H. Stubbs, etc. The mortal remains of the late Mrs. S. A. Bowen, who resided at Waunybonau were interred at Triniti Welsh Wes- leyan burial ground on Friday aiternoon. The deceased lady, who was 60 years of aa;e, belonged to an old and respected local family. Mies Bronwen Davies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Davies, "Gwerga," has been appointed headmistres of Sandfields Council School, Aberavon. Miss Davies was previously headmistress at Cymmer. The Rev Percy Moss Weston, Swansea, preached at special services at St. Michael's and All Angels' Church on Sun- day. Excellent music was rendered by the choir, under the direction of Mr. Morgan Jones. Mr. Dd. John Jones was the organist.

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