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Llwynypia.

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Treherbert.

Dinas.

Ystrad.

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Ystrad. The Sunday School anniversary of the English Baptist cause at Ystrad was held on Sunday last, when three excellent services were given, consisting of solos, recitations, etc. The services were pre- sided over by the following -—Morning Mr. W. H. Ashton (Ystrad); afternoon Mr. James Pearce (Ystrad); evening, Mr. W. Davies, the Sunday School superintendent. The singing was con- ducted by Mr. Idris Evans, and the choir was accompanied by Mr. Haydn Lawry. On Monday the annual outing took place, an enjoyable day being spent on the sands at Aberavon. --+-- Having undergone a thorough renova- tion, Bethel (C'.M.) Chapel was re-opened on Sunday last. The renovation was successfully carried out under the super- vision of Mr. W. D. Morgan, architect, Tori Pentre. The annual Sunday School outing took place on Saturday, the chosen rendezvous being Barry Island. At the usual monthly children's ser- vice, held at Bodringallt Chapel on Sunday, certificates and prizes were pre- sented to the members of the Sunday School who had been successful at the recent examination of the Welsh Con- gregationaliists." Bodringallt scholars were again very successful this year, for, in addition to the five prizes gained (two of which were first prizes). 153 certifi- cates were distributed among the various classes. Mr. Myrddin T. Evans received a gold medal, being first in all Wales in addition to a book prize value 15s. His brother, Mr. E. J. Evans, also came first in his class, and gained the Union's first prize, whilst Mr. Thomas B. Lewis captured 2nd prize, and not-h received many valuable books.

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Ferndale.

Pontygwaith.

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Sherwood.

Worth Knowing.

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