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Porth.

Llwynypia.

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Treherbert.

Dinas.

Ystrad.

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Ferndale.

Pontygwaith.

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Pontygwaith. Saint Mary Magdalene Sunday School journeyed to Creigiaui on Monday, and spent a most enjoyable day. Next Tuesday, the Fonvard Movement take their annual outing to Aberavon. The visit of the Princess Louise to the Rhondda was celebrated at the Pontv- gwaith Council Schools by a spread and sports on Friday last. Five guineas were contributed towards the treat by the 1Vattstown and Stanleytown Con- servative Club, £3 by the Tylorstown Workmen's Club, £ 1 Is. each by Coun- cillor Smith and Mr. G. Davies, Penrhys Hotel, and £ 1 by Dr. Morris. The youngsters will remember for many years to come the notable visit of H.R.H. to the Rhondda. Mr. E. Owen is about to leave Pontv- gwaith to take up his duties as manager of the Cwmllynfell Co-operative Stores. We heartily congratulate him on his appointment. Anniversary services were held at the Fonnud Movement Hall on Sunday and Monday last. Sermons were delivered by the pastor (Rev. D. J. Evans) on Sun- day morning and evening. In the after- noon, recitations and solos were given by members of the Sunday School, and special anthems were rendered by the choir. On Monday evening, an enter- tainment was given, presided over by Mr. Martyn, TylorstoMn Schools.

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Sherwood.

Worth Knowing.

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Tonypandy.

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