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I ABERCRAVE

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SEVEN SISTERS Wo were glad to see the following •p-oldi-ar lads home for the week- end—Ptes. B. J -Tones, J Morgan, J. V. Williams also M. D. Williams, who was on sick leave from Leeds War hos- pital. Pte. L. J. Jones, Welsh Regiment., inow a.t Chichester, and Riflcnr.an W. G. James, Rifle Brigade at Diss War hospital, having been transferred frcrm the Western front through heart trouble. We are glad to learn that both are getting on satisfactorily. Mr J. Par fit. of Oaldands, is making steady progress at Swansea. hospital, r where he was admitted for an opera- tioTII on Dee.. 29th last, this beinnr the second n four months. Arfon J-Os and Trevor Newto.i, who are al?o in- mates at the same institution, are, we are glad to state doing as well as can he expected. Mr H. T. Moore, of the Seven S;s- tors Hotel, writes as follows:— "To tlie. me, through the medium of the "Lah- our Vo:('>(. to tender mv heartfelt thanks to the many iiihabitaints of Seven- •S:st-ers for the\r acts of kiId- n?ss. sympathetic letors, and j cjuirics, during my illness, whilst in Swansea hospital, which I can assure ¡YOU. I greatly aopieeiated. Osving to the difficult -position I was placed in after my -operation, it was impossible for me to acknowledge all directly." Half-warly ?prvices were held at Baptist Chapel c-.? Sunday P?d Ch.-il)ol S-ti.nclav pn cl | ?oed ThMnas. Carmarthen, was the special preacher. Pfe. Dl. Rfes, R.E.. son of Mr and Mrs. Rces, Pantyffordd, is home on leave from t'i e Western front, where k- has served ovr two vears. This is Pte. R,ees' s-econd viyit home from the Z<Iillo of battle. All are piei.ed to see hinr looking so well. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lloyd and family, Brynteg-torrace, Nantycafan, desire to thank all friend for their kind sympathy and floral tributes in their recent bereavement.

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