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CWMTWRCH'-SWaLLYMFELL On Tuesday evening a public meet- ing was held at Bryngwiiym Chapel, Cwmllynfell, when tho auditors' report of the S. and S. Association was re- ceived and accepted. A copy of the balance sheet will be printed in our next issue. Mr. J. Llew. Jenkins has resigned his position as financial see- rotary owing to pressure in business. Ho was thanked most heartily by the committee for the way in which he had given his services at all times, and Mr Ton^ H. Jones, Gwilym-road, was ap- pointed to the position. A* A competitive concert was held at Bryngwilym Chapel, Cwmllynfell, on Saturday evening. when Mr. John Evans, Tomenowen, was the chair- man. Mr. Harry Harries, Brynllefryth, adjudicated the literature, while tho music adjudicators wore Mr. Tom Jones. Cefnbrynbrain. and Mr. J- M- Jones, Penybryn. Tho awards: Recita- tion (under 8), Olwydd Harri'-s recita- tion (boys under 12). divided, John Evans and Delfryn Harries; solo for girls (under 8), Marian Davies; solo (girls and boys under 12), Alice Jones; recitation (girls under 12), Maggie Lloyd; solo (boys under 10), divided, Dd. Jones a.nd Gwyn Harries; essay on "Conscience," divided, Messrs. Honry Jones and Joseph Jones: best story (under 16), Virami Will iams recitation (girls under 16), divided, Muriel Davies and Myfanwy Davies solo (girls under 16), Mary Annie Jones (Llynforch); re- cita.tion (under 7 6), John Evans: open solo, Jenny i?oyc'?: open recitation, Myfanwy Pa vies. The meeting termi- nated with the singing of the National Anthem by Mr. J. L. Jones. The death took place at Cefnbryn- brain on Sunday after a long illness, of Miss Gertie Davie-s (20) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Davies (mason). The funeral took nlaoo at Gibo-i, Bryn- amman on Thursday. An election ot deacons took place at Cwmllynfell Chapel OJl Sunday last, w hen the following were added to the diaconate: Messrs. John liPN an, Ochr- ywaun Wm. Walters. Walter's-road Evan Jones, Bryn; and John Thomas, Cefnbrynbrain. Mr. Moses Williams preached at Bryngwilym on Sunday last and Coun- cillor Lewis Thomas, J.P., at Ebene- ze.r A meeting was held at Cwmllynfell Chapel on Monday evening to arrange the distribution of the registration forms under the food rationing schema drawn wp by the Pontardewe Food Control Committee. Pto. W. Haydn J ones, who is well- known in the locality, has been at Cwmllynfell staying with somo rela- tives. He is at present in a- training depot. A meeting of the Lr. Cwmtwrch Mutual Improvement Society took place on Monday evening of last week when Mr. It. -J.- p ow-ll p resi ded i i> the absence of the Rev. W. T. Hughes. Mr. v. D. Owen road a paper on "Co- operation" that was both educative and interesting. At tho conclusion a vote of thanks to the speaker was pro- posed by Mr. J. W. Walters ;uid se- c.onded by Mr. H. J. Griffiths, whilst tho following also spoke on the paper: Councillor Jas. Powell, Miss Rachel Davies, Mrs. W. 1). Owen, and Mr. J. Dyfrig Owen. Whilst at Cwmtwrch last week 1fr8. Hughes, mother of tho Rev. W. T. Hughes CBeulah) Mas taken seriously ill. She is now however progressing favourably. Soo.-Lieut. Cecil Thorns, of the Royal Flymg Corps, son of Mr. T. r. Thomas, .schoolmaster, is homo this week on furlough. Lieut. Thomas is ;in observation offieor, and has alreadv seen service in Franco with an inf; ntr-y unit. Mr. El vet Morgan, son of r. nwt Mrs. E. R. Morirui. Ardwyn. P"nv- giiriio,, ii-lio has IHVO; discharged from tli- ir,m 'A, liis joined the staff at the Cwmtwrch schools.

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