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Nantymoel.

Ogmore Vale.

. Clydach Vale.

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Treorchy.

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The winter season is a busy one for the local literary and debating societies attached to the majority of our churches. The programmes which have already been printed shew that hard work is being done by the Pentre churches. The sub- jects chosen for addresses and debates are original and much above the ordinary level. The programme of the Siloh Young People's Society includes the performance of a Welsh religious drama, entitled Ruth," written by the pastor and bard, the Rev. J. J. Williams. This drama, by the way, was reviewed in our columns last week and was highly praised. There are few societies brave enough to tackle such a long and difficult programme, but there is no doubt of a successful season at Siloh. The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Davies (54), wife of Mr. Henry Davies, 20, John Street, Pentre, took place on Tuesday at Treorchy Cemetery, the Rev. W. J. Britton, Pentre, and Mr. C. Dawe, Tre- orchy, officiating. The mourners included Mr. Henry Davies (husband) Mrs. Cousins and Miss Ethel Davies (daugh- ters); Messrs. A. H., J. W., A. T., and Percy C. Davies (sons) Mrs. T. Davies and Mrs. Kent, Newbury (sisters); Mr. W. Morris, Pontypridd (brother); Mr. George Davies, Cayo Farm, Raglan, Mon. (brother-in-law); Mr. J. E. Davies, Car- diff, and Mr. W. T. Davies, Penarth (nephews); Mrs. A. H. Davies, Treorchy (daughter-in-law). Wreaths were sent by Tabernacle Wesleyan Church; Tabernacle Choir (of which Mr. H. Davies is con- ductor) Sunday School; Sunday School Class; Mrs. Jones, butcher, Treorchy; Mr. Cove and family; husband and chil- dren Mr. G. Davies, and Mrs. T. Davies, Newbury. The funeral arrangements were conducted by Messrs. Howell Williams and Son, undertakeers, Ystrad-Rhondda.

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Mardy.

Treherbert.

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Ferndale.

Trealaw.

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Rev. Conrad Noel at Clydach…

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