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THE PARISH CHURCH.

WELSH FREE CHURCH THANKSGIVING.…

THE GIRLS' GUILD.

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THE GIRLS' GUILD. On Wednesday the Girls' Guild commenced its session with a social evening. The first half-hour was given to music' and recitations, all of which were much enjoyed. The President's speech followed, and then came the treat of the evening—a most delightful talk with the girls from Mrs Griffiths (Holywell). She told them from her personal knowledge about girl-life in India, and urged them to live up to their privileges and to prepare themselves by earn- est efforts to become worthy wives and mothers. Refreshments followed, and a useful and happy evening was brought to a close. Should all the promises be kept, the mem- bership will reach fifty--more than double that of last year. Mrs Lloyd Jones (assisted by Miss C. Middleton) is in charge of the plain needle- work and dress-making. Miss F. Jones of the singing class; the Secretary (Miss Eastman) of a class for reading and writing. Bible lessons, health talks, and addresses are part of the sessions programme. Mrs Hunt very kindly offered a prize to the member who should be most regular in her attendance. Other prizes will be awarded during the session, for Bible know- ledge, needlework, and recitations. Ladies interested in the Guild will be cordially welcomed as visitors, and may become asso- ciate members and subscribers. The Guild meets every Wednesday evening in the schoolroom of the Presbyterian Church.

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