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LLANAFAN. CHOIR TREAT.—On Friday evening last Mr and Mrs Gardiner of Wenallt, kindly entertained the members of the Welsh and English Choirs of Llan- afan Church to tea and supper. About thirty five availed themselves of the invitation. At 5 o'clock the assembled guests sat down to a sumptuous tea. After the good things provided had been done full justice to an adjournment was made to the large laundry, which had been prettily decorated for the occasion by the Misses and Mr J. H. Gardiner, and furnished with a piano, sofas, lounges, &c., were arranged round the walls for the more sedate members of the company, while the large centre space was reserved for dancing, blind man's buff, musical chains, &c., which were indulged in by the younger and more active guests. Mr Gardiner kindly and thoughtfully placed his study at the disposal of the lovers of the fragrant weed. At 9-30 supper was announced, and a board laden with joints, game, pies, &c., followed by Christmas pudding, tarts and jellies, was soon surrounded bv guests who showed their appreciation, in no stinted manner, of Mrs Gardiner's excellent catering. After supper all returned to the laundry, where some more games were indulged in, Mr Morgan Parry's party sang some glee* in capital style, and the Vicar, Rev W. J. Williams, proposed in a short and pithy speech a vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs Gardiner and famify for their kindness, and wished them every prosperity and happiness in the coming year. Mr H. H. Herring seconded, and the vote was carried with acclamation. Mr Gardiner responded in one of his happy little speeches, and the company separated having thoroughly enjoyed a most happy evening.


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