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ABERAMAN. DON'T delay, but call at JAY. THE LONDON HOUSE, Aber- aman, Bargain Sale starts to-morrow (Friday). Numerous delightful Bar- gains in Winter Coats, Costume. Miliinery, Blouses and Furs, may I be obtained, but an early visit i-i er, sential. J. M. EVANS, Canon Street, Aber- dare, is having a Clearance Sale Next Saturday. Come and get what you want at reduced prices. WEDDING. — A pretty -wedding1 was solemnised at the Parish Church, Abeidare, on New Year's Day. The parties were Miss Elsie Harford, 23 Curre Street, daughter of Mr. W. Harford, Aberaman, and Mr. George M. Edwards, 42 Old Traruroad, Hir- wain. The best man was Mr. Willie Harford. The Rev. D. J. Will", M.A., vicar of Hirwain, officiated. The breakfast was taken at the bride's parents' home, 89 Cai-cliff I Hoad. The Vicar and M, D. W. James were present. TIIE ANNUAL SUPPlR siven by Mr. Arthur Norton, General Man* ager of the Grand Theatre, was heiJ on New Year's ETC at the Thou* rc. There were about 150 guests present. The cat; rer *-»s Mr. J. Dr?*. Mr. Tom Bowen presided at tiie- -'Ntt't.rt, supported by Mr. John Palmar. Tha appended contributed to tjie h«r- many:—Nt>n and Neliie Hunt, Wn Thomas, Miss Lilian Carter, J. Wil- liams, Sam Miles. Selections veie rendered by Mr W. P k' glee partI, The party included Messrs D Hughes, J. Davies, R. M. Evans. J. Taimyr, & T M Lloyd. The M.C.'h of the dane- ing was Mr. S Miles, whilst the Grand Theatre's orchestra playod under the direction of Mr. Bert Phil- lips. OBITUAKY.—Margaret ÃaD Kent, seeond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bon Kent, 8 Gamblyn Place, passed away suddenly on Thursday. She -was six years of age. Much sympathy is fek with the parents. The funeral took place on Monday at tho Aberuoi.* Cemetery. The Rev. J. L Phillips, curate, officiated. Monrnere:—ist coach. Father, Dd. Kent. grand- father; Jenny Kent, sister; I). ±^. Kent, David Edwards. James Pear- son, and Thomas R. Davies, uncles; 2nd eoach, Edward Edwards, Josepn Kent, Daniel Jones, William Wil- liams. uncles; George Neale, friend. Wreaths were received from:—Fam- ily; Auntie Gert and George; Cousin Vfill; S. Mark's Sunday School; Bessie and Reeeie Morgan, sei^iv- bours. The undertaker was Mr. J. Zachariah, Aberdare. YNYSIAVYD (B >—On New Tear s Day, under the auspices of the Women's Guild. a "Peace Tean was given to the children followed by a concert at which the discharged sol- diers of the chapel were each pre- sented with a iJl Treasury Note. The Hev. T. Thomas, B.A., pastor, pre- sided. A pianoforte sok> was riven by Mr. Butler, ci Cardiff Rd Song 8 by Mr. Evan Evans and Miss Maggie Williams, the accompanist being Air Watkin Morgans. Recitations by Mr W. R. Evans, lfy. Stephens. Air. Evan Evans, and Mies B. Williams. Presentations were made by lady members to the followingEx-Sergt J. Parry, Aberaman; Ex-Pte I. C Evans, Abera maa j Bx-Pte G. Rich- ards Abcratunn; # Ex-l'to D. 11. Parry, Abernant. Speeches wero made by some of the churc-h members, to which the soldiers fespondod. lien Wlad fy Nhadan" \v;!sundered by Mr. Evan Evans.

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