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Presentatiort at Aberdare.

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Presentatiort at Aber- dare. At Tabernacle English Cong. Chapel on Monday evening a tea and presentation meeting was held. It was arranged by the Boys' Club and Sunday School Class of Mr. Evan H. Evans. Advantage was taken of the occasion by the Sunday School to present Miss May Hopkins, another teacher, who is leaving for College. The trayholders were: Misses Evans and Lloyd; Misses Lawrence and Sarah Davies; Misses Morris and A. F. Williams. Cutters-up: Mrs. Taplin, Abernant, and Mrs. Davies. The meet- ing was presided over by Mr. Tom Rich- ards, Town Schools. The accompanists were Miss Alice S. Williams and Mr. Ed- ward Moses. A chorus, a Fisherman's Glee," was given by the choir, conducted by Mr. R. Hopkins, A.C. Song, "Make new friends but keep the old," Mr. T. Williams. Duet, "Alice, where art thou?" Misses Alice S. and Teggie Wil liams. Exhibition of whistling by Mr. Harries, Mountain Ash. Welsh song, Mr. B. D. Williams; encored he sang Consider the Lilies." The next item was a presentation to Mr. E. H. Evans of a handsome dressing case by the members of his Class and Boys' Club. Mr. Tom Williams, Aber- aman, handed over the gift on behalf of the class, and made a neat little speech Mr. Evans responded and thanked the donors heartily. Chorus, "Father Neptune," by the choir Duet, "The gipsy's life is free," Misses Hopkins and Davies. Afterwards a presentation on behalf of the Sunday School was made to Miss Hopkins, the gift being some valuable books. Rev. J. M. Jones read a letter from Mr. D. M. Richards, the superin- tendent, regretting his inability to attend owing to illness, and wishing the two teachers success. Mr. David Lawrence, the secretary, then made the presentation to Miss Hopkins, who suitably responded.

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