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Aberdare Deanery S.S. Association. The annual meeting of the above Asso- ciation was held on Monday at Aberdare. A service was held in St. Elvan's Church, the special preacher being the Rev. D. D. Richards, Penydarren. He dwelt on the importance of the minor offices in the church. This was followed by a business meeting at the Memorial Hall, when the chair was occupied by the Rev. D. E. Roberts, Mountain Ash. The Rev. D. J. Arthur, secretary of the Welsh section, gave his report. The Rev. W. H. Jones followed with a report of the English section. In the course of his report he stated that at a time when various de- nominations were bewailing serious de- creases in Sunday School membership it was gratifying to record that this Asso- ciation continued to hold its own. In 1909 there were 260 teachers and 4,897 scholars on the registers of the Associ- ated Sunday Schools. In 1910 there were 263 teachers and 4,433 scholars. He would urge that a special effort be mode, this year by each Sunday School and Bible Class, by clergy and laity, to secure better attendance of scholars. Rev. D. J. Arthur was appointed presi- dent of the Association for the ensuing year. Rev. W. H. Jones was re-elected secretary (English section), and Rev. Geo. Thomas, Mountain Ash, elected secretary of the Welsh section. Mr Alfred Morgan, Mountain Ash, was appointed vice-presi- dent (English section), and Mr. John Davies, Cwmdare (Welsh section). The reports of the following visitors were read: Messrs. Alfred Morgan, Mountain Ash; Fred Williams, Brychan Thomas, J. C. Poole, T. Walker, Aber- dare; and B. Jarman, St. Pagan's. The above were re-appointed, and Mr. Percy Fry, Aberdare, and Miss Shipton, Moun- tain Ash, are to be requested to act as additional visitors. The Revs. D. E. Roberts, J. Morgan, and J. R. Dewi Williams were congratu- lated, the first on being offered the new living of Miskin, and the other two on their respective preferments to the liv- ings of Aberaman and Hirwain. 5-ó+'

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