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I HENMAENMAWR. SOCIAL EVENING.—Under the auspices of the Co-operative Hall dancing class, a "social" was held on Wednesday, in the Hewan Hall, which had been kindly lent by Col. C. H. Darbishire. There were about So present. The first part of the evening was devoted to games and dancing, whilst at intervals songs were rendered by Messrs Gwilym Jones, Ifor Davies and E. H. Evans. Refreshments were excellently provided by M s. Morris, Windsor House. The rest of the evening was spent in dancing. Mr Wood was the chairman, and Mr Lynch acted as M.C. A very enjoyabl-e evening broke up in the early hours. e FOOTBALL.—The local team are still unconquered. They beat Llanfairfechan by 2 goals to nil last Saturday. Next Saturday they journey to Holyhead to play in the 3rd Round of the Junior Cup. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION.—On Friday, the attendance prizes were distributed in the Capelulo Council School by Miss Lees, Glancoed, who was accompanied by Miss Darbishire, Miss Pike, Dr. and Mrs. Mor- rish. Plas Coch Capt. Jones, and Mr. Ed. ward Davies. First class prizes were awarded to Bertie LI. Jones, James McCar- ter, Elsie Thomas, Florrie Thomas, Hugh I Roberts. David Thomas, and Catherine Thomas. Second class to George Pugh, Agnes McCarter, Annie Lizzie Jones, F. Winston Jones, T. E. Wright, R. Griffith, Walter Pughe, T. E. Hughes, H. M. Jones, Sarah E. Davies, Dorothy Jones, M. E. Sand. erson, M. E. Prydderch, Sarah E. Parry, 01 wen Hughes, J. LJ. Prydderch, Violet Foulkes, Lilian May Owen, Thomas C. Evans. Capt. Jones also offered three prizes for the best essays on the Tortoise. They were won by T. E. Hughes, M. E. Sander- son, and Florrie Thomas. Songs were ren- dered by the children, and Mr. C. E. Evans thanked the visitors for their persence and kindness. As the children left, each re- ceived a bun and an orange by the kindness of the ladies present. THE TERRITORIAL PRIZE DIS- TRIBUTION.—Our attention has been drawn to an error which appeared in the report of this prize distribution last week, in which it was stated that Col.-Sergt. Inst- Cox was responsible for the decorations of St. David s Hall. The pretty decoration of the Drill Hall is due entirely to Mr. David Hughes, decorator, Penmaenmawr, who also carried out the decorations in the Oxford Ilall. In connection with the same report, the name of Mr. David Foulkes, butcher, was left out of the list of sub. scribers by mistake. CONDOLENCE.—The Rev. C. Williams, Iloreb, and his family wish to offer their best thanks to the great number of friends in Penmaenmawr, Conway, Colwyn Bay, and Bangor for letters and other various tokens and expressions of sympathy sent them in their recent deep sorrow and sad bereavement. As they are too numerous for them to oc ¡ bIt, to answer one by one personally, it is hoped friends will kindly accept heartfelt gratitude in this general way. A "\OUXG 1 EATH.—In our reo port of the death ana funeral of the late Jr. Willie ,,cii, youngest son of Mrs. and the KO, < Wiljiams, we inadvertently omitted the names of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc Clement from rhe list of those who sent wreaths, from whom the deceased's rela- tives had received very kindness in their bereavement. CHILDREN S SrCCE:S.-The Arvonic Juvenile Choir, conducted by Mr. David Davies, have added two further successes tc. their already long list. At Llanfair- fechan on Saturday they were easy winners, and again at Conway on the following Mon- day they captured the juvenile choir prize. Congratulations to the young conductor, who has done remarkably ■veil with his choir. FUNERAL.-The funeral of the late Mrs. Jones, wife of Mr. David Jones, Llan, took place on Friday at Dwygyfylchi. The Vicar (the Rev. Griffith Matthews, B.A.) assisted by the Rev. T. H. Richards, the former curate of Penmaenmawr, officiated. There was a large attendance at the funeral. XMAS TREE.-Tiie annual Christmas tree was given in the Ebenezer Welsh Wesleyan Church on Monday, when a large number of children attended, each of whom received a present. Tea was also served. CHURCH HISTORY.—A new class has been formed with the object of studying Church History, and a series of lectures on the subject will be delivered by the Rev. T. D. Jones.