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GODRE'BGRAIG- At. i'autuig Chapel- vestry eu Men- day, a musical evening was held under | the auspices of the Pantteg Mutual Improvement Society. The fallowing took part: Pianoforte solo, Miss Caro- line James, Ynismeudw; sengs, Misses j May Williams, Wufcoie Hopkin, E. A. Joshuah. and Mr. Rd. Williams; duets, Misses Enid Davies and E. A. Joshua, Messrs. Jno. Williams and W. Parry; quartette, Messrs. W. Parry and Rd. Williams, Misses Enid Daries and Gwladys Daries. Mr. John Williams read a very interesting paper on "Asaph Glandyfi" (James Rowlands), oonductor at Worn Chapel about 401 years Pfo. Mr. D. T. 'Jones, "Tarren- ydd," Lieut. Brynley Thomas and Mr. Geo. James spoke, and Rev. Ben Davies presided. Mme. Brinley Tkomas and Glyn E. Williams accompanied. The programme was arranged by Mis- ses Gwladys Davies and E. A. Josuah. At Godre'rgraig Chapel on Monday evening Miss Lizzie Thomas, Ystaly- fera, read a paper an "Gwasanooth" (Service). Two local heroes were presented at I Godre'rgraig Chapel on Tuesday even- ing. TheV were Corpl. Harry Walwyn, M.M., and Pte. Archie Macdonald. The following contributed to the pro- gramme: Penillion singing, Master R. Edwards; son, Mr. Llew. Bevan; violin solo, Master Levy Hopkin; recitations, Mrs. Jenkins and Miss Evelyn Davies; duet, Messrs. Luther Evans and Wil- liams; quartette, Mr. Evan J. Thomas and friends. The Godre'rgraig Child- ren's Choir sang "Saf i fyny dros dy wlad." Lieut. Brinley Thomas presided and also made the presentation on be- half of the S. and S. iteoeption Fund. Two local bards read compositions. A very enjoyable evening was brought to an end by Mr. Luther Evans singing "Hen Wlad fy Nhada.u." Mme. Brin- ley Thomas was the accompanist.

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