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Record of Coming Events.

C.M. SOCIAL.

Christ Church Literary Society.

PRESTATYN AND DISTRICT TONTINE…

To the rfditor of the "PrestatYII…

AT BETHEL.

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AT BETHEL. New Year's day was celebrated Ly "Bethel" and Horeb chapels with a social tea and miscellaneous concert. Tea was given to the children, and later the adults partook of the good things provided. A miscellaneous meeting was afterwards enjoyed by the large assembly, and vocal and instrumental music was rendered by Miss Eunice Williams, Miss J. Williams, Miss Yeoman, Master Tudor Griffiths, Mr Alun Davies, and Mr Joseph Davies while Mr Lewis Hughes (Bryniau) recited. The accompanists were Miss M. E. Hughes, Miss Fanny Williams, and Mrs Yeoman. Mr Parry Williams gave selections on the gramophone. The chairman (Mr T. Pennant Williams) said they were met on an interesting day of the year—a day to make resolutions. Some would be kept, but the majority, he was afraid would be broken. Children when they left school thought they had completed their education, but that was only the foundation, and they should resolve to build up their education, with the help of their parents. Mr Peter Ellis proposed a vote of thanks to the chairman for presiding, and also for his kind donation, and to all who had taken part in the proceedings that evening,and the social in the afternoon. Mr John Thomas seconded, supported by the Hev E. Mostyn Jones. Mr Peter Ellis and Mr T. Williams, J.P., C.C., gave oranges to the children after tea. Mr T. H. Thomas, and Mr J. P. Williams, acted as secretary and treasurer respectively. Funerals completely furnished by WILLIAMS AND RICHARDS, Drapers, etc., Prestatyn.

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