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ABERDARE. JAY'S easy payment system is easy for you KAY'S 'LINSEED CQMPOC NIY the oH established remedy for Coughs and Colds, ll^d., 1/3, 3/ NAZARETH (C.M.) The annual competitive concert of the Band of Hope was held on New Year's Eve. The Pastor (Rev. R. Williams) pre- sided. The adjudicators were:—Music, Mr. J. J. Williams, Aberdare; liter- ary, Ap Hefin. NEW YEAR'S EVE. Under the auspices of the Young People's Soc- iety an enjoyable social was held at Siloa Hall. At the tables were:- Misses R. E. Jones, Griffiths, Ed- wards, Lidyeard, and Price. Messrs. Parsons and Erarys Davies also as- sisted. The Rev. D. Silyn Evans pre- sided over the tea, and Mr. Owen James was chairman of the concert. Songs were given by Sergt Lazarus, Messrs. Jacob and Wm. Phillips, and Trevor Jones and a pianoforte solo by Miss Mona Morgan. The accom- panist was Miss Gwladys Jones. Af- ter the concert games were indulged in, the M.C.'s being Miss Peregrine and the secretary, Miss M. A. Jones. BETHANIA (C.M.) On New Year's Eve a well patronised tea and concert was held at the ^bove place under the auspices of the Young People. A number of soldiers be- longing to the church. who were home on leave, were present. The following programme was gone through, under the chairmanship of Mr. D. Timothv Davies, B.A.:—Solo, Mr. D. W. Williams; duett, Miss Blodwen Fox and Mrs. G. H. Evans; solo, Miss J. A. Jones; solo, Mr G. H. Evans verses to the Old and New Year, Mr. E. Og-wen Williams, F.R.G.S.; humorous song, Mr Tom Evans. The accompanists were Mies j "S--=- 01 wen Evans and Mr. Owen. Thanks were accorded the singers, the accom- panists, and the caterers, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Evans on the proposition uf Mr. M. W. Morgan, seconded by Mr. T. Fox. ENGLISH WESLEY A N.—On Now Year's Eve the annual social was held at Green Street Wesley an Church. The chair was taken by Alr. T. dolm- son. Pianoforte solos were rendered by Misses Edith Cole. Irene Langley and Phyllis Thomas. Mr. J. L. John and 31 r. Gomer Phillips sang a duet, accompanied by Mrs Daviea. A silver cigarette case was given to Pte mel- ly, who is home on leave from France. Pte Kelsall, on leave from France, was also present. The re- freshments* were in charge of Airs. Snook, Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Cole, Mrs F. Cook, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Minett, Mrs. Edmunds, Mrs. Thomas, Misses G. Smith, M. Collette Huston, S. Harries L. Lloyd, and L. Morrie. Mr Ruston, Mr Snook and Mr. Blundell rendefed assistance. The .room was decorated by Mr. G. Snook. The social was followed by an impressive watehxiiyht service, conducted. by i., S. Harper, assisted by Rev G. Wind- ram.




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