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— ! I CWAUNCAEGURWEN AND CWMGORSE

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CWMTWfiGH 1 A. concert under ^he auspices of the looil reception committee was held at Bethel on Monday evening in honour of Pte. JaNib Owen, of the Cameron Highlanders, who was home from France. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs J. Dyfrig Owen Pte. Owen went to Scotland some years ago to take up an important post as music instructor a.nd organist, and whilst there joined the colours. Ho has seen considerable service and !uis been wounded. The inhabitants gave him a very warin welcome home, ard were glad to see him looking so well. There was a large gathering at the concert which was presided over by the Rev. W.. T. Hughes, Beulali. The following took part in an excellent program: Solos, Master Rand-ell, Miss Stevens, Miss Mary Thomas, Messrs. Rd. Williams, Robert Davies; violin solo, Mr. John Owen; 'oello, Ir. Evan T. Owen; re- citations, Master Philip Thomas, Mis- ses Annie Miriam Harries, Lizzie Jane Harries, Herbert, G. Davies, loan Davies; verses were read by Mr. Rhvs Powell, Coun. Jas. Powell, and Gwilym Cynlais. Miss Rachel Davies, Mr. T. R. Thomas, and Mr. Wm. Jenkin Owen spoke. Pte. Own was the re- cipient of the usual cheque. Mr. loan Howells, on behalf the Bethel Sunday School presented the Highland soldier with the gift of a Bible. Mr. J. Dyfrig Owen, on behalf of his son, returned thanks. The meeting ended with the singing of Nantlais's hymn. Messrs. Rhys Owen and Dd. NV-. Owen were tha accompanists.

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