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LLWYDCOED. SOCIAL A grand tea and social were held at Llwydcoed School by the Scientific Dressmaking Class on Thurs- day evening last to close the session. After tea .n encouraging speech was given by the teacher, Miss Lizzie Thomas. Solo, Mr. W. Lewis (Eryr Llwyd). Recitation by Master Tom Davies. Duett, "Yr Eneth Ddall," Mrs and Miss Jenkins. Solo, The Veteran," by Eryr Llwyd (en- cored). Solo, Wyres Fach Ned t Puw," Miss Blodwen Davies. Duet, Misses M. A. Davies and F. Neads. Trio, Mrs Williams and friends. The choir sang "Duw'r Bendithion." "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau" was sung to close a pleasant evening. EMPIRE DAY. The children of the Llwydcoed Schools celebrated Em- pire Day on Saturday last. Mr. J. Wind- sor Lewis, Loudon, had with his usual generosity provided a delightful tea for the children at the schools, which was thoroughly enjoyed by them. The Union Jack was unfurled in the pla.Y- ground. The children had listened to appropriate addressee dealing with Em- pire Day during the week. They mow assembled in the yard and sang some Welsh airs, together with other songs suitable to the occasion. Three cheers were heartily given to Mr. J. Windsor Lewis for the tea, and to Mr. J. Com- ley ,the agent, for the arrangements. The headmaster (Mr. W. W. Price) pro- posed a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Lewis for his generosity. This was seconded by Miss E. Thomas, head- mistress, and carried unanimously. Mr. Daniel Jones proposed and Mr. Comley seconded thanks to the caterer, Mr. F. W. Cannt. On account of the morning feeing wet, the sports were postponed.

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