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- i, - CLYDACH .NOTES ,.!…


i, CLYDACH NOTES li -X s?. I I fO '*iSCellnneovis meetings, promoted III 'lection with the Sunday-school ere held at Calfaria on Sunday morn- Xg and evening last. The Rev. T. !aleHtine Evans (pastor) presided over tge congregations, and a very good ro grarnmc, arranged by Mr. Evan vans (superintendent) was provided, 10 the following coiiti-ibut-ed:- I ,;) orl1 meeting, recitations, Blodwen anes, EJiz. levies, Katio Jones, Han tah M. Davies, Annie Davies, Idwal Morgan and Reynard Hopkins; 6ortgs, Jluda parkins. Miriam Stephens, Meir- D Davies, Tom Davies and George j avi<36. Evening: Recitations, Katie lons, Muriel Jones, Rachel A. Davies, ntUe Davies, Annie Lewis, Willie -LOWI.S 'W. J. Williams and" Robert 1 0rHas; songs, Linda Perkins, Eluned "foes, Bronwen Rees, Sarah A Thomas, Tary H. Price, Ceinwen Rees, Jonh Jones and Tom Davies; anthem, vaIfaria Choir (conducted by Mr. Geo. iuvies). Prizes for attendance were ^^nted to the Sunday-school child- IV at the afternoon meeting. The death took place on Saturday Miss Elizabeth Mary George, daugh- of Mrs. M. A. George, Capel Build- !s, Clydach, and of the late Mr. T. >R°fge, colliery manager. The de- il-Sed young lady who was of a sweet ?? gentle disposition, had been in ?.?ng health for some time past. espread sympathy is felt with the zreaved mother, who has passed hough a sore trial, having within a ??paratively short period lost her )4 ?band and both daughters. The de- nlh-cd was interred at the local St. j < ?" ? Churchyard on Tuesday after- -n last. i At a larg10y attended sacred concert -.?d at Hebron on Sunday evening n' Hebron choir (conducted by Mr. ''?win Davies), gave a very good re- Ifat performance of the ?second part P' "St. PauL" The choir was assisted .? the Misses Hannah Williams (Ynia- ?-e), .and M. L. "llhams (Swam;ea), j?d Messrs. Fred Robins and David It?'s (both of Clydach). The perform- lt"('c was given in aid of the local S. ? S. Reception Fnnd. ?'o. i.ntereting mÜ;celIaneous con- ? ?? were given by the Clydach t ?'??'n. Sunday School children at the ??rch Hall, on Thursday and Satur- { 41 even?'ne'.s last. A programme of ? )"??s, duets and sketches was ppo- ??d< atnd thanks to the capable ??s of the Rev. G. T. Walters, < ) (curate), w.hc? was responsible for lor efficient training, tl)e juveniles gave :1. very good account of them- selves. Miss Dorothy Arnold and Mr Johin: Butler were the accompanists. There was a large attendance on each evening, amd all appreciated the per- formapces given. The Publio Hall was packed with people oni Monday evening last on ttie occasion of a highly entertaining mlS- cellaneous concert given by convales- _cent soldiers and nurses of the Quarr Hospital. Sergt. Crisp presided. The progra-mme was of a varied descrip- tion, a.nd consisted of songs both senti- mental and humorous by Nurse John, Sergts. Crisp, Hillen and Hoadley, Petty Officer Johnstone, Ptes. Simp- son, Taylor, Boyle, Pace, Bryne and I-Irge, attractive tableaux by Sister Astley and nurses, irresistible sketch i hv the "Boys," atn/j an orchestra by Pte. Rex Pace and Troupe. The hit of the evening was scored by Pte. Large, whose humorous contributions brought him an insistent recall. Nursc LesMe, Pte. S. Ruaadle and Mr D. I Rees were the accompanists. All the contributors to the evening's enter- taimment were in finje form. and the heart- manner in which the andi.-i-e j applauded showed their warm ap- preciation of the efforts made. At a patriotic mectfrng held under the auspices of the local S. and S. Reception Committee at Elim, Craig- <iefnparc, on Tuesday evening, Signal- ler Oliver Williams and Ptes. Emrys Lewis and Albert Bowdeni were hon- on red on the occasion of their visit homo on olcoave. Mr Tom Jones pre- sided. On behalf of the Reception Committee, Mr Hopkin Evans pre- sentej Pte. Bowden with a dressilng case, Mr Evan Jones presented Pte. Lewis ii-it-li a gift of money, and Mr David Lewis presented Signaller Wil- lianis with a wristlet watch. Poetical I contributions were made during the evening by Messrs. Evan Jones and Tom Jones, songs were contributed by Miss Sarah J. Evans and Mr Noah J Havard. arid recitations by Miss Alice May Williams and Mr John A. Wil- liams. —"Welsh Llewelyn." 1., a. m s.

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