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i CEKKiGYDWJlDlON. CHRISTMAS CHEER. The scholars attending the Cerrigydruidion Mixed and Infantt' Schools, were this year again rega ed to a splendid treat, corsisting of oranges, apples, and ali kinds of dainty seasonable gifts-siuch as purses, boxes of chocolate, Christmas stockings, etc., etc. Mr and Mrs JoDes, Grondd Hall, according to their accustomed generosity and munificence, provided this welcome and costly bounty. There was quite a record muster on that day, about 130 turned up with beaming faces, animated by the pleasant anticipation of par- taking in the season's festivities, so dear to child nature and proclivities. Before the distribution, which was made personally by Mrs Jones, assisted by Miss Eva Jones, a selection of songs and recitations was rendered in a hearty manner by all assembled. The songs included :—' See the corqu'ring hero comes,' 'Hearts of oak,' 'The festival song,' and recitation, 'Come again dear Santa Clause.' Then with the assistance of the teachers the gifts were distributed. The Master, in eulogistic terms, thanked the Grondd Hall tamily for their yearly kindness to the Cerrig Schools, wishing them ml a II Merry Christmas" and a "Happy New Year." The never to be forgotten :For she's a jolly goed lady,' Mrs Jones, then Miss Eva Jones, and I For he's a jolly good fellow,' MrJ Lee, were sung heartily and vociferously, Mrs Jones suitably acknow- ledged reciprocating the kind wishes. j

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