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Tonypandy. The Sunday School anniversary of the English Congregational Church, Tony- pandy, was held on Sunday, the 11th inst., under the presidency of the Rev. E. Walter Thomas (pastor), the choir- master being Mr. D. T. Richards, while Miss V. Horton and Mr. Sam Thomas accompanied. Three splendid services were given, when the following took part: —In the morning service: Recitations, Masters A. Jones, G. Vincent Baynham, A. Richards, Willie Handle, Ivor Symonds, Jessie Richards, Emlyn Hcwells, Misses Gwladys Morgan, Lizzie A. Jones, Norah Hawke, M. Allsopp, Anwyn Morgan, and E. Sutton; solos and duets by Misses Gladys, Anwyn, and Tilly Morgan, E. Haddock and Rose Morgan. Afternoon service: Recitations, Masters C. Price, G. Lock, A. Richards, and Misses Bessie Rees, E. Williams, L. Roles, G. Morgan, E. Baynham, T. Morgan, S. Jayne, B. Baynham, S. Williams, A. Morgan, and A. Symmonds; a solo was rendered by Miss Morgan. Evening service A lengthy programme was gone through, and in addition, to some who recited in the morn- ing and afternoon, the following took part: —Recitations, Misses Florrie Lock, Maud Symmonds, Annie Sutton, S. Thomas, L. Irish, E. Hawke; solos by Misses Morgan and Emily Haddock. The collections for the day amounted to iC4 lis. A. Pleasant Sunday Evening was held oil A, Pleasant Sunday Evening was held oil Sunday last at Hermon (C.M.), Tony- pandy, which was presided over by Mr. J. Jones, T'onypandy. The following con- tributed to the programme (which was arranged by Misses G. Williams, M. Evans and M. Jones): -Solos by Mr. Tom Charles (Penygraig), Miss Lizzie Thomas (Trealaw), Miss Sarah Jones, Messrs. L. Evans, T. Williams, R. Roberts, J. L. Morgan, R. G. Morgan; trio by Messrs. Tom, David, and Maelgwyn Williams; duet by Misses Ann and Kate Williams; and recitations by Messrs. F. Popham (Penygraig), Lewis Lewis, and Miss G. Phillips. Mr. Matthews, Blaenclydach, gave a piccolo solo. The meeting was concluded by an anthem sung by a, party of members of the church.

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