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TALGARTH.

■BEULAH.

LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. I

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IGLASBURY.I

HAY.

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TRETOWER.

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TRETOWER. Tea and Concert.—On Tuesday a most successful effort to swell the fund for our Welcome Home" was carried through in the Parish Room. In the afternoon an excellent tea was provided. Some of the ladies of the parish had formed themselves into a committee and worked assiduously in begging provisions, selling tickets and serving the tables. Their names are too numerous to rpention. In the evening a free concert was held, which in no conventional terms may be said to be of a really high standard of musical excellence. The following are the items of the programme, practically all were encored, a fact which testifies to the appreciation of the large audience:— Pianoforte solo, Miss Doris Pritchard (Senior Cert. T.C. of Music), song, Queen of the Earth," Mr W. J. Davies; song, Daddy, Mrs Hargest; comic song, Rev. Wyndham LeAvis song. For King and Country," Mr Wm^Davies song, "The Admiral's Broom," Mr G. M. O. Evans song, In God's own keep- ing, ^Miss Morris (Llanthetty); recita- tion, The Women of Mumbles Head," Miss Marchant song, Mrs Hargest pianoforte solo, Miss Doris Pritchard song. The Deathless Army," Mr G. ilf. 0. Evans song. Good-Bye (Tosti), Miss illorris comic song. Rev. Wynd- ham Leivis; song. Hen Wlad fy Miadau, Mr Wm. Davies finale, "God Save the King." The Vicar accompanied and Mr P. Francis and Mr G. Christopher (C.C.) proposed and seconded a hearty vote of thanks to the promoters, which I 'i,. I

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