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Psychological Sunday.

No Holidays for the M.I.S.

The Annual Competitive Meeting

Competitive Meeting.


Postal Facilities.

Postal Arrangements.

Pretty Wedding.

United Prayer Meetings

Social Supper.I

Juveniles Entertained.

Quarrymen's Dinner.

The Coronation Hall. j





Wedding. A large amount of local interest was cen- tred upon a wedding solemnized at the Wes- leyan Chapel on Friday last week, in which the parties were Robert, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Williams (Abergele Terrace), and Mary, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Hughes (Marsh). The ceremony was performed by Xev. J. Lloyd Hughes, Caerwys assisted by Rev. E. G. Turner, Flint. The chapel was well filled. Mr Joseph Spencer presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father, was dressed in cream silk eoline, trimmed with ribbon, insertion, and lace, hat with cream feather to match. The bridesmaids wore biscuit-coloured dresses trimmed with pink, with black picture hats. The best man was Mr Robt. J. Jones (cousin of the bridegroom). As the wedded C) couple left the chapel, amidst a shower of rice and confetti, the organist played the Wedding March." A reception was after- wards held in the Schoolroom, where a large uutnber of relatives and friends gathered. Several congratulatory speeches were made. The honeymoon was spent at Ashton. The presents received were numerous and costly.

The Church Social Tea on New…

Local Music Success.\

Subsidence on the Highway.

Old Age Pensions.



Wesleyan Circuit Quarterly…


Constitutional Club.

Cricket Club.


The Day Schools.