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CWMAMAN. PERSONAL. Mr. Gwyn Morgan, of Barry, gave an interesting lecture at the weekly meeting of the local Ama- teurs' Photographic Society at the In- stitute on Wednesday, taking as his subject, Pictorial Composition." Mr. A. Riddiford occupied the chair. DRAMATIC. "Die Shon Dafydd" was again performed at the Public Hall on TTiursday evening by the Saron Dramatic Society, the proceeds being towards augmenting the funds of Beth- any Congregational Church, Godreaman. The Rev. D. Ronald Thomas (pastor) presided. Everything went off without a hitch. PICTORIAL CONCERT. At .b6 Public Hall on Wednesday evening 3 splendid pictorial concert was given :n aid )f Airs David Evane, 17 Aman Street. Mr James Ray presided over a crowded audience. The artistes were: Miss Blodwei- Davies (Llinos Alabon), Miss A. M. Phillips, Afessr^. William Thomas, Aberaman; loan Isaac and T. Davies, Cwmaman. Excellent pic- tures were shown on the screen by Air. Rupert Knowles- The accompanist was Mr. Evan Davies (Ap Dewi Alabon). SUNDAY SCHOOL. Bethel P.M. Church held its Sunday School anni- versary on Sunday last. The Rev. James Whittock, Aberdare, presided. The following took part in solos and re- citations:—Morning service, Winifred Penny, Fred Jones, Louisa Whiteford, Willie Davies, Clifford Richards, Alisses Alartha Thomas, Muriel Evans, Alaud Davies. Alice Kingsway. Afternoon ser- vice: Messrs. Alfred AToon, Clifford j Hay. Dialogue by Trevor and Alwyn Morns; Walter Kingsbury, Eddie Old- held, David John Davies, Misses May Uavies, Latonia Davies, Alice Cook, Phyllis AVhiteford, Doris Jones. Wini- fred Baker, Jennie Oliver, Sarah Jane Lase, Elizabeth Davies. Evening 4'3er- mCeA V^as^er9 Percy Penny, Douglas A,-i)aYles' John. Trevor Cook, V\ff°rdT Hay, Alwyn Morris, Alisses Nellie Williams, Doris Roberts, Alice Cpok, Sarah Jane Case, Irene John, Lizzie Jane Cook, L. Whiteford, Martha Thomas, and Florrie Thorne The soloists were: Soprano, Mrs. J. N. Lock and Miss Louisa Kingsbury; tenor. Mr. Llew. George; bass, Mr. William Allen. The accompanists were: Organ, Miss Beatrice Evans, L.L.C.M.; violinist, Ir. James Evans; cornet, Mr. T. Wal- ters On Alondar a public tea was held at the Vestry, and was well at- tended. The trayholders were: (1) Mrs. H. Brown and Miss E. A. Davies; (2) Afrs William Davies and Miss Alice Hughes; (3) L. Oldfield and Miss B S. Oldfield; (4X Aliss R. Cook and Miss E. Pernall; (5) Mrs. Ernest Whiteford and Miss Alice Davies. The cutters were: Bread and butter, Alesdames J. Davies and D. R. Woodhams. Cake, Messrs. John Griffiths. William Davies, and William Cottle. Tea brewer, Mr. William Henry Hughes. Doorkeepers. Messrs William A. Edwards and David Woodhams. The secretarial duties were in the capable hands of Mr. David Thomas Davies. f — —