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LL&NAFANFAWR. Popular Wedding. — Troedrhiwdalar Chapel was the scene of a popular wedding on Monday last, when Miss Elizabeth Catherine Jones, of Hafodranker, was married to Mr D. J. Davies, Llwj-ngart-h. The bride was giver, away by her father, and was attended by two bridesmaids. Miss Laura Jones (sister of the bride) and Miss S. A. Davies (sister of the bridegroom). Both families are well known in the district, and a very large company assembled. The nuptial rite was performed by Rev. D. A. Griffith, Miss Griffiths presiding at the organ. Mr and Mrs A. H. Jones afterwards en- tertained the company at Hafodranker. On the homeward journey many old- fashioned Vvelsh "ropings" were en- countered, bunting was in evidence, and guns were fired. A very large number of presents were received. of presents were received. Ileiurned Soldier' Wedding.—A wed- ding of interest to the district took place at Builth, when Mr Jonathan Davies, Belle Yue, was married to Mrs Hughes, widow of Mr T. Hughes. The bride- widow of Mr T. Hughes. The bride- groom, who was a volunteer, served all through the war, and has lately been demobilised and returned to Gellygyflo. G.F.S.—The quarterly meeting of the Llanafan branch was held on Thursday last. After an admission service ..the Vicar and Mrs Owen entertained the members to tct at the Vicarage. Conservative Association.—The an- nual meeting was held at Llanafanfawr Church Hall 011 Tuesday, the 3rd inst. The chair was taken by Mr Wooding. A good number was present and the usual business was gone through. Presentation.—An interesting gift has just been made to the parish church by I Mrs Randies, Llanafan Farm, who, we regret to say, is shortly leaving the parish. The gift is a large portrait in oils of the late vicar, the Rev. Daniel Evans, M.A. This has been hung in the vestry. Sunday School Festival.—This annual function was held at Troedrhiwdalar. on Wednesday. 4th inst., when the following schools were present, namely Troed- rhiwdalar, Capel Rhos, Beulah, Llan- wrtyd, Abergwessin and Wern. The proceedings consisted of singing and catechising. The singing was excellent, and the catechising, which was conducted by Principal Lewis, of Brecon Memorial College, was on a high level. The chil- dren's choir was conducted by Mr John Price, Berthlwyd, Beulah. Tea was provided between the afternoon and evening meetings, when the following ladies were in charge of the tables :.— Miss E. Evans, Glandulas Miss Joseph, Bwlch-chwyrn Miss Davies, Oakfield Miss Morgan, Pentrebach Miss Davies, Tyroser Miss G. Williams, Sinnelvvyd Miss Price, Penbanc and Miss Williams, Llwyncanol.

Wedding of Miss Jones, bolderwydd.




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