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| Fern dale. It is our sad duty to record the death w one of the most popular and highly respected inhabitants of Ferndale, in the Person of Mrs. John Jenkins, wife of Mr. «ohn Jenkins, 14, Dulfryn Street, and the mother of Mr. J. J. Jenkins, secre- ary of the Ferndale Industrial Co- operative Society, Ltd. The sad event took place on Wednesday morning of last Deceased had been ailing inter- > "Ilittelatly for the. last two years, but had always borne her trial with characteristic cheerfulness and fortitude. The funeral ,took place on Monday morning last by ..raIn to Rhymney, the remains being Interred in the old'Rhymney Churchyard. very large number attended the obsequies, and Penuel Choir sang Appro- priate hymns en route to the station, in- cluding deceased s favourite hymn, vig., Requiem." The Rev. B. Watkins, Pastor of Penuel (G.M.). of which Sj^ceaeed was a faithful and active mem- ~frj and made touching references to the sterling character and matronly qualities of deceased., The chief mourners were:- ^r- John Jenkins (husband); Mr. Tom Jenkins (son); Miss Sarah A. Jenkins \uaughter); Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jenkins and daughter-inrlaw); Masters Idwal Elvad Jenkins (grandsons); Mr. and .Mrs. David Jenkiiis (son and daughter- s-law) Mr. andt Mrs. Lewis Jenkins Wn and daughter-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. 'John James, .High Street (brother and sister-in-law); Mr. and Mrts. John Davies, -North Streest (nephew and niece); Mr. tj ^nd Mrs. Morgan Howells, High Street j Ihephew and mece); Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 'I "rosser (nephew and niece); Messrs. Tom John James (nephews); Mrs. C. i J^iUiluns, Llandaff; Mies M. G. Jenkins, £ ontlottyn; Mrs. Fred Evans and Mrs. •Powell, Dowlais; Mr. and Mrs W. Wil- .'ams, Blaenavon; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. -Wftvies, Olydach Vale. The following > ^presented the Committee of Manage- ment of the Ferndale Co-operative | society, Ltd. —Messrs. Henry Davies | vttianager), Tom Morgans (chairman), Dd. j !nes (Pontygwaith), and John Reynolds i \Mardy), members' of the committee | While the employees of the Ferndale shop I "Were represented by Messrs. F. C. Llew- J ellyn, Caradog Davies and T. F. Wil- liams, and Mr. Tommy Williams repre- sented the Mardy branch. The coffin was of oak, made by, Mr. Morris Morris, the i Undertaker, and bore the inscription — Sarah Jenkins, died February 16th, 1910, 61 years of age." Wreaths were cP1?* by deceased's only brother, Sunday ?School Class, Ferndale Co-operative em- ployees, and the Mardy Co-operative em- ployees. At the Tabernacle Vestry on Thursday last, under the auspices of the Christian Endeavour Society, Mr. David v Thomas (timekeeper) gave an excellent address upon The Ideas of the Ancients JjPncerning the Earth and the Universe." The Rev. T. Bryn Thomas (pastor) occu- pied the chair.ryn ma -A severe accident befell Geo. Abbott, ffrynteg Terrace, whilst employed at the *6mdale Collieries last week. I A very successful social and dance took 5ce at the Duffryn Schools on Wednes- S,ay evening last, in connection with the Aylorstown Art and Needlework Class, of Mrs. Joe Burns, Mardy, is teacher. r^ter the tables had been cleared, dancing a indulged in, Mr. Joe Barnes, Mardy, Mr. Barnes O'Hare acting as M.C.'s, Mr. Tommy Powell discharged the j duties of pianist.

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