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t TRYDDYN. SCHOOL TREAT.—On Thursday, the 9h inst., a tea party was given to the children attending the National School, in the above village. Having satisfied themselves with the opood things provided, the children retired to a field lent by the RJV. J. Davies, vicar, where they indulged in'a variety of frames. Whilst they were thus occupied, the Church Choir, senior members of the Church Sunday School, and Severn! friends, partook of tea, the tables being1 presided over by Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Pierco, and Miss L'oyd. At five o'clock a procession was formed—the children carrying numerous ban- ners-and, preceded by the Tryddyn Brass Band, they marched through the village as far as the Post ciSce, and then returned to the schools, where they -v.: rcg.-uod with bara brith, nuts, sweets, &c. At 6.30 an entertainment was given in the schoolroom. The Church choiv and a juvenile choir, conducted by Mr. Vaughan, the school- master, sang several pieces during the evening. The juvenile choir were accompanied in some of their songs by the band. The following friends also kindly pave their services—viz., Miss A. Evans, Miss E iwn rds, Miss Morgan, Miss Tudor, and L-. Thomas Kendrick. Several competitions took amongsr, the children in composition, recita:ions, writing, spelling, &c. Prizes were handed TO the successful competitors by the Vicar who, in loing so, said a few kind words to each recipient. The adjudicators were Mr. Leo Rees, Llanfyiiydd Board School, and Mr. Richards, Pont- biyddyn National School, to whom great praise is due. the u-ual vote of thanks brought a very pleasant and successful meeting to a close.

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