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YSTALYFERA NOTES.

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PANTTEG & GODRE'RGRAIG & I '"GymdeJthas Ddiwylliadol" Pant- t-eg, celebrated St. David's Day on Monday night .last. A fine ,prograanme had been arranged, to which the fol- lowing contributed:— Recitations, MiM.sses Megan Hughes Maggie Jones and Mr D. T. Jones aM Miss Mena. Jonec oong: Master James Harries; pemillion singing, Messrs. J. Williams, David George Williams, j Tarrenydd and "Teulu'r Aelwyd" (D j Llewelyn and family)'; violin solos, Mastens Levy Hopk'Ln and WiIIIie J,unes; silver hand quartette, Jothn { Hoplcin and friends.. Messrs. David Hopkin, Llewelyn Evans and E. Roderick spoke. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Wo regret to hear that Pte. David Cox, of the Welsh Guaros-whose parents Mr and Mrs. George Cox re- sido at OiamicAl xowl has been killed in action: Pte Cbx was a. fine, strapping young man, and would have been 20 years old last Sunday. The deepest sympathy is felt with the be- reaved parentis, who only recently lost a daughter.

ONLLWYN.I

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