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PONTYCYMMER.

NANTYMOEL.

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NANTYMOEL. Thanksgiving Services.-Thrbughout Mon- day and each evening of this week, thanksgiv- ing services for the past harvest have been field at Saron. Welsh Baptist Church, Nanty- nioel. The services, which have been most ,enthusiastic, have been exceptionally well at- tended. The Rev. J. Hughes, the esteemed pastor, superintended the series of services. The choir was under the leadership of Mi. David Bowen. Miss Thomas ably presided t at the organ. Weddiiig.Oii, Monday the marriage of Mr. David Roberts and Miss Mary Jones, daugh- ter of Mr. John Jones, Cra-ig F-i-yn Terrace, Nantymoel, was solemnised at Bridgend. bride, who was very prettilv attired, was at- tended by Miss M. J. Goldsworthy, BlackmiH, aa bridesmaid. Mr. D. Roberts attended the -"bridegroom as best man. The happy couple, who received the best wishes of their many friends for their future happiness and pros- perity, were the recipients of numerous and valuable presents. Pulpit News.—At Soar Welsh Congrega- tional Church, Pricetown, the pulpit was oc- cupied on Sunday last by Alderman: Rev. D. H. Williams, M.A., Barry, who delighted large and appreciative congregations with his masterly and eloquent discourses. On Wed- nesday the Rev. Sàmuel Williams, Maesteg, was the special preacher, and his eloquent sermons highly interested the large congrega- tion The singing of the choir, under the leadership of Mr. David Davies, was very pleas hip- The church at Soar has only ro- "Cently been established, and its commendable enterprise deserves the success that attends its labours. •Special Services.—On Sunday special har- -rest services were held at Hope English Con- gregational Chapel, Pricetown. At the morning and evening services the Rev. 1. Hirwain Jenkins, the able -,astor, preached stirring sermons. The Rev. H. R. Byatt, pastor of Horeb English Baptist Church, de- livered a thrilling discourse at the afternoon service. The services were attended by very large congregations. The choir, under the leadership of Mr. J. Isaac, gave an excellent rendition of the antnem, "Praise the Lord, 0 my soul," at the evening service. Mr. S. Gillard presided at the oigan. The sacred edifice had been tastefully decorated. On Monday the choir, under Mr. Isaac, gave n pleasing interpretation of the service of song, Fruitful seed." Miss Llewellyn discharged the duties of reader in admirable style. Mr. S. Gillard made a skilful accompanist. The proceedings, which were thoroughly enjoyed, were presided over by the pastor, Rev. H. T. Jenkins. The. sale of fruit at the close rea- lised a substantial sum to the church's finances.

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