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PONTYCYMMER Tabernacle.-The Band of Hope was pro- vided with a highly successful social in con- nection with the New Year. The facilities afforded by the new vestry and class-rooms were much in evidence. One hundred and ninety children were entertained. The first part of the evening was spent at beautifully decorated and well spread tables, over which presided Misses Gwen Morgan, Pollie Jacob, Lizzie Morgan. Maria Rogers, Mary Eliza Davies, Annie Williams, assisted by the older members of the Band of Hope and the male members of the committee. The latter part was devoted to a very enjoyable literary pro- gramme, in which the following took part: — Willie Garfield, Eliz. Rowlands, Mag. Novello Williams; Willie Hill; Wm. Enoch Davies: Idriswyn Davies; Annie Thomas; Gwyn Maddocks; Blodwen Garfield Bessie Thomas; Frances Anne Evans; Mary Cath. Davies; Thos. John Morgan; Arthur Jones; Willie Williams; Gwladys Lewis; Anne Ellen Thomas Olwen Hill; Mary Bevan Elizabeth Morgan, and Keturah Williams. The competitive translation of words from English to Welsh proved very interesting. On their departure the children were given an orange and a packet of sweets. Messrs. Jacob and Rees manipulated the gramaphone, and the music was conducted bv Mr. John Jones. The pastor (Rev. D. Hughes) pre- sided.

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