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¡ THE HOLIDAYS.—Good Friday and Ea-ter M,c!av, ideal weather, Rho sites spent "r '.fuU-.h-.ys tor the most patt, out of doors. Llangollen attracted a ia'ge number on Good Friday, the two special excursion. trains from Rhos sta- tion being crowded. The local mountain slopes was the rendezvous of numerous little picnic parties, the heather being dotted with children enjoying their bottles of milk and parcels of eatables. YOUNG LIBERAL LEAGU.E.-The club rooms of the League of Young Liberals, which have been handsomely fitted with two billiard tables. will be opened on Monday evening next. The Committee have for some time now been hard at work making the necessary arrangements, and the officials have left nothiag undone to make the undertaking a success. A large number of members have been en- rolled, and it is expected that the club will be a great help to keep the Young League in touch with each other. GOOD FRIDAY. The usual services wsfre held at the Parish Church on Good Friday. There was an early celebration of the H*o!y Commuuion, and at the morn- ing service, the Vicar, the Rev J. Howell Thomas, preiched. The one hour's set vice in the afcernoon was well attended. At evensong, the sermon was preached by the Rev Rees Jones. The anthem ren- dered was The Story of the Passion," which was sung with taste. Mr R. T. Powell presided at the organ. A WEDDING.—On March 21st, the marriage took place of Mr John Edward Parry, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Parry, Bank-street, to Miss Edith May Davies, second daughter of Mr and Mrs T. Davies, Llanerchrugog Hall. The brides- maid was Miss S. A. Parry, (sister of bridegroom) and the best man was Mr Stanley Griffiths, Coedpoeth. The rites were performed at Salem Chapel, Bank- street, the Rev E. Wynn Jones, and the Rev R. Williams, officiating. After the ceremony a reception was held at Lian- eichvugog HaH, where a large number of guests were entertained.. The bride was tastily dressed in mauve, with hat to match, and the bridesmaid wore a dress of tusseau silk, and rose-pink hat. The newly-married couple were the recipients of a large number of presents MONDAY'S ELECTIONS —The elections for local members on the District Council a-id Parish Council (Pant Ward) takes place on Monday next. The candidates are :-District Council, Rhos Ward(i) Mr Samuel Roberts, and Dr D. J. Wil- liams. Ponkey Ward (2) Mr Dd. Davies, Mr Joseph Griffiths, and Mr Watkin Jones. Pant Ward (I) Mr J. Tysilio Jones, and Mr Morris Kyffin. The only Parish Council election will be in Pant Ward, where four members are wanted. The candidates are M r Jos Charles, M r Richard Evans, Mr Ted Jones, Mr C. Morgan, and Mr Joseph Price. The re- suits will be made know on Monday night. MUSICAL.—Mr Caradog Roberts Mus. Bac., conducted a musical festival at King's Cross, London, on Good Friday. — Mr E Emlyn Davies, A. R.C.O., was the adjudicator at IJanfyHa i Eisteddfod on Good Friday —Mr Powell Edwards was the baritone artiste Ht a concert in South W iles, on Ka-ter Saturday.-M r in Williams won the prize at Tre- geirog Eisteddfod for the best hymn tune composition on Friday. — Several awards fell to the lot of Rhos competitors at Llangollen Eisteddfod on Friday. The .successes were Challenge solo, Mr E. W. Bellis baritone solo, Mr Tom Wil- liams cornet solo, Mr Wm. Griffiths male party, Penuel male voice choir, un- der the leadership of Mr J. Lloyd Jones. »




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