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Temperance Festival at Treorchy.

Penile Lads' Brigade.


Penile Lads' Brigade. Open-Air Tea and Competitions An open-air tea took place at the Griffin Park, Pentre, on Monday last, under the auspices of the St. Peter's Company of the Church Lads' Brigade, The following ladies, assisted by the younger ladies of the church, very ably presided at the tables: —Mrs. F. Dyke, Mrs. Griffiths, Itfrs. Smith, Mrs. George (chemist), Srs. D. Jones (organist), Mrs. Hamlin, Mrs. Landers, Mrs. Wines, Mrs. Ruttley, and the Misses Dorrington. M. Wight, May Morgan, Gwen Thomas, M. Davies, and Jull; cutters, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Stone, and Mrs. Morris. About 250 sat down at the tables, and after ample justice had been done to the eatables, various competitions took place. A dis- play of physical drills was given by the Brigade, under the very able command of Captain Newbury. A display was also given by the Pentre Gymnastic Club (instructor, Percy K. Ruttley). The result of the races was as follows,: -Sack racle,lst T. Jones, 2nd W. Jenkins; egg and spoon race (ladies only), 1st Mrs. Thomas, 2nd Miss R. Pritchard; boot race, 1st E. Pritchard, 2nd G. Elford; blindfold race, 1st L. D. Lewis, 2nd J. Amos. Starter, Mr. David Jones (organ- ist); judges, Messrs. H. Scott, Lisle, Read, Rev. Mr. Griffiths, Rev. Mr. Smith. Mr. Davidson, P.C.M., Capt. Newbury and Lieut. F. Dyke. Mrs. Griffiths; presented the prizes. The Brigade will leave Pentre for Penarth shortly, to camp for a week at the latter place.

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