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Maesteg. Social.—A very interesting social was at Bethel (E.B.) Church on Good <-ril^ay for the purpose of celebrating the /*f»htli anniversary of the pastor's advent j^v. Rhys Davies). There was a very £ vge attendance. After the social, a Meeting was held, when several of the ^eQibers eulogised the very successful ^°rk done by Mr. Davies since his advent "liong,st them. --+-- .Redding.—A pretty wedding took place Llangynwyd Parish Church on Satur- last, the contracting parties being jj1"- Arthur Bryne, youngest son of Mrs. M W. Bryne, of Bridge Street, and Miss John, only daughter of Mr. and \r • John, of Alfred Street, Maes teg. j W. F. John (brother of bride) per- ked the duties of best man. --+- 1; Pantata.—In connection with the Eng- Congregational Church, a very pretty th a was performed on Wednesday, 7th inst., at their church by the \^0lr. under the conductorship of Mr. D. foil Tliomas. They were assisted by the J lowing artistes: —Boy pianist, Master Nicholas, Port Talbot; contralto, WHlarn Jones tenor, Gwilym Taf; bass k Gr. T. Llewellyn, Port Talbot. All tjft6 artistes fully realised the anticipa- tes of the committee b^ their fine ren- QUt gs< and it would not be just Fo single anyone for special comment. fy^Wkey.—On the 7th inst., the local ftl ^ciay Team met Bridgend at home. Vl j\sitors bringing a very strong team, H several internationals. Maesteg a. Up a splendid defence and a, good 0 was witnessed, Bridgend winning One goal. Scores: -Bri(I-geiid, 5 goals; eg, 4. tv^'gan Recital.—A grand organ recital Of, neld at Bethania Chapel on Thursday week, when Mr. David Clegg, the renonvl;ed organist, gave several j^cti°ng on the recently erected organ. frQ' Clegg received a rousing reception the crowded audience. Mr. David Vr*18' M-E., presided. The other artistes —Soprano, Badame Bronwen Jones-' contralto. Miss V. Russel together with Queen's Hall and Sale of Work.—In connection iVl ethani;r Chanel a tea and sale of W* Was held on Good Friday, when the tu l)re™iso-s wore crowded. The work 6 ladies received good attention and splendid prices. ÍL

--Re-opening of Libanus, Treherbert.


St. Andrew's Church, Llwynypia.



Fatal Fire at Mardy.