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PENRHIWCEIBER.

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PENRHIWCEIBER. DON'T delav. but call at JAY. DOYLE for "Teeth, Painless Extrac- tion. Repairs and Remodelling a speciality. Dental Surgery, 102 Pen- rhiweeiber Road. „ DISCHARGED. — Pte Chas. Harp, Morris Avenue, has been discharged after seeing much service. He was called up in August, 1914. and has participated in many hot engage- ments. BLIGHTY BOYS. On Monday last Mr John Picton. secretary, occu- pied the chair. Mr. Arthur Watkms was the pianist. The harmony of the evening was contributed by Measrs. Owen Roberts, Ivor Powell, Walter Jenkins and E. Jones. The 101- lowing soldiers were presented by Mrs S. Brewer, Penrhiwceiber Road:- Gr. G. Allen. R.G.A.. Gr. R. Carr. H.G.A. Ileath, M.G.S. (all members of the Blijjhty Boys), Pte J. Perkins. D.R.. Gr. 1. Perkins, R.F.A., Pte E. Jen kin- R.W.F., Stoker Fred Davies R.N., Pte T. Watkms, R.W.F., Dr. T. O. Jones, R.F.A., Pte C. Wafer, S.A.S., Dr. W. Davies. R.F.A., Sergt E. Haynes, R.F.I.I). Mr. Owen Roberts sane the Welsli National Anthem. JERUSALEM W.B.—A social was held at .Jerusalem Vestry on Monday evening by members of the Churcn choir performing the cantata Amos." Miss Hannah James was secretary, and Mr. Edward Kilner treasurer. At the tables were:—Mes- dames J. Evans. Mae-gs, Boyland and James, assisted by Mrs (Rev.) W. S. Thomas, Mrs. J. Edwards, Misaes Laura Evans and Addie Lewis, Mrs. Hugh Evans. Mrs. Codd, and Mr Dan Davies. The concert was presided over by the Rev. W. S. Thomas. Solos. Miss P. Davies, Miskin, and Mr IV. G. Mr Edward Kilner and Miss Mvi'anwy James; re- citation, Mr. Hugh Evans. The ac- companist was Air. John Lewis.

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