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Mountain Ash Easter Eisteddfod.

I Mountain Ash Education Committee.

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ABERCYNON. The MEBTHYB EDITION of the "Merthyr Ex- press" is on sale a.t Mrs. Richards, Newsagent, Station-street, every Friday morning. CHURCH PARADE.—The 1st Abercynon Boys' Brigade held a parade on Sunday morning. There was a fair muster and the boys, headed by their bugle band, paraded the principal streets.. PRESENTATION.—On Wednesday evening a social was held at the Vestry of the English Congregational Chapel, when Miss Daisy Tame, daughter of Mr. and Sirs. Wm. Tame, upon her leaving Abercynon for South Africa, was pre- sented by Mr. Fred Blake, in the absence of the superintendent, with a Bible from the members of the Sunday School Several members spoke, and a musical programme was gone through. SOCIAL-An enjoyable social was held by the students of the Abercynon Evening Cookery Classes, at the Navigation Schools, on Friday last. There was a large number present. The refreshments were excellent, and reflected credit on the ladies, under the supervision of Miss Violet Daniels. Delightful dance music was supplied by Mrs. Sam Hughes, and Messrs. Stanley Elles and Hadyn Wood. Mr. Davie Parry acted as M.C. Dancing was kept up until 12 p.m. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed them- selves either at whist or dancing. COMPETITIVE MEETING.—A very interesting competitive meeting was held at Nazareth Welsh Baptist Church, on Monday evening, and the awards were as follows:—Reading, under 14 years of age, E. Lloyd singing, under 12, A. Evans; recitation, under 14, t Etta Morgan, 2 Willie Owen singing, under 16, L. A. Lloyd; reading (adult), Mr. Daniel Morgan and Mr. Hugh Davies; spelling bee, W. R. Jones; essay, Daniel Morgan; champion solo, 1st prize divided between Mrs. Jones and Mr. Davies, 2nd Humphrey Davies; impromptu speech, Mr. R. T. Evans; singing, over 40, Mr. Thomas Evans and Mr. Eewis Lvans. j SCRIPTURE EXAMINATION.—At the recent I Scripture examination of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodists (Aberdare district) the following I were successful from the Tabernacle Church Senior division (marks, 100), Mrs. Elizabeth j Price 78, Miss F. Jenkins 65, Mr. D. Fenwich 55 j division under 21, Miss Blodwen tvans 91; division under 16, Myfanwy Humphreys 87, j Edward J. Thomas 72, Avarina Ebenezer 56, I David Davies 50; division under 13 (marks, 50), j Sarah A. Jones 46, Edith Evans 38, Mary J. Evans 35, Lizzie Jones 31, M. J Humphreys 27, John Williams 28; division under 10 (marks, 100), Katie Humphreys 94, John J. Jones 80, [ Hylene Price 77, Susie Jones 70, Maggie Jones! 69, 1

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Pontypool Whitsuntide Fetes.

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I' I ,Vaynor Parish Council.

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