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We regret to record the death of Mr. James Cook (63) of 41 Brithweunydd Road, Trealaw. Deceased was in the employ of the Rhondda Urban District Council, and always enjoyed good health until a week before his death. He was a. prominent member of the Primitive Methodist Church, Trealaw. The funeral took place on Thursday, July 1st, at Llethrddu Cemetery, Trealaw, the offici- ating minister being the Rev. James Whittock, Tonypandy. The funeral ar- rangements were conducted by Messrs. Griffiths and Son, Tonypandy. --+-- On Sunday, the 4th inst., very success- ful anniversary services were held at Cal- vary English Wesleyan Chapel, Trealaw, in connection with the Sunday School. Three excellent services were given con- sisting of recitations and dialogues by the scholars, and special renditions of hymns' and anthems by the choir, under the baton of Mr. W. Mills. Mr. Thomas! Mills and Miss F. Tudball, Clydaeh Vale, presided at the organ and piano re- spectively. assisted by several local in- strumentalists. The services were pre- sided over by Mr. Charles Dawe, of Tre- orchy. On Monday, the scholars were given their annual treat, followed by the usual entertaniment. The English Wesleyan Sunday School, Tonypandy, held their annual outing on Monday last to Pontyclun. Refresh- ments were provided in a field, followed by games. Mr. Tom Stephens, Peny- graig, acted as secretary.