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GODRFRGRAIG. Godn^r'graig is rapidly gaining pro- minence by reason of the military honours awarded to its young soldiers. Lce.-epl.. Harry Walwyn, of the Man- chester Regt., whose homo is at Tar- i reni-terrace, has b(\('.n awardN[ the Military Medal for bravery on the field whilst bringing in the wounded under heavy shell fire. This is the second M.M. brought to Godre'rgraig. the first being awarded to Pte. W. E. Jones (now discharged) o fthe King's Own Royal 11 ilies, who resides at Knoll road. Severa l boys have been home on loawo during the week. Among them are, Lieut. Jno. M. Lewis, Pantteg Corpl. Jno. Murphy, Pantteg; Pte. Aneurin Williams, Pantteg; Pte. W. Lewis, Pantteg Seaman Tom E. Grif- fiths, Pantteg: Lieut. Evan Rees, Mike Brophv, Pte. Dickie Richards, Pte. Ben Rees. also of Godre'rgraig. All wore heartily welcomed. A presentation meeting was held at Pantteg Chapel vovstry on Tuesday evening, when five of our he-roes were presented. They were Sergt. Tom J. Morgan; Corpl. J. Murphy; Pte. An- eurin "Williams; Pte. Wm. Lewis, and Seaman T. E. Griffiths. The following contributed towards the programme: Song, Miss Dorothy Llewelyn; duet, Miss. E. A. Joshua and Pte. Richai-d Daniels; pcnillion singing. Master — recitation, Airs. I). T. Jones Miss Megan Hughes and Miss Hutch- ings. Mmo. Brinlev Thomas accom- panied throughout, and the Rev. Ben Davies presided over a large gnther- ing. Congratulations are extended to Miss E. A. Joshua, who captured half the prize in the open female champion solo at Cwmtwreh on Saturday. Also to Miss May Williams, who took the sooond prize in the solo for children under 16 at the same place. On Monday the burial took place at Holy Trinity, of Mrs. Sarah Rees, wife of Mr. Rees B. Rees, Knoll-road. Her son; Sergt.-Instructor Idwal Rees attended the funeral. She leaves a husband and eleven children to mourn their loss. Deceased was the daughter of the late Mr. John Griffiths, one of the pioneers amongst the leaders of tho tinplate trade. Much sympathy i.? til(I svnli)athy :"i ft?it witli tile f;llllllv Ili th?ir-sad b(,-

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