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GWYDDELWERN. I Gladdedigaeth Mrs. Evans, Llewelyn terrace —Dydd Sul, Ion 24ain bu farw y chwaer anwyl uehod yn 53 mlwydd oed. Ychydig ddyddiau yn flaenorol cafodd darawiad trwm o'r parlys yr hyn drodd yn angeuol iddi. Yr oedd yr ymadawedig yn adnabyddus i gylch eang o gyfeillion. Cariai waith ymlaen fel 'dressmaker' ac uchel ei pharch oedd gan bawb. Treuliodd y rhan fwyaf o'i hoes yn ardal oddigerth yr ychydig amser y bu hi a'i phriod yn yr Arenig. Gedy weddw, chwaer a brawd i alaru ar ei hoi. Cymerodd yr ang- ladd le dydd Mercher diweddaf, pryd y daeth tyrfa liosog o berthynasau a chyfeillion yng- nghyd i ddodi yr hyn oedd farwol o honi i orffwys yn mhriddell eglwys y plwyf. Gwas- anaethwyd wrth y ty gan y Parchn E Berwyn Roberts (ei gweinidog), a E Williams, Pandy Capel, ac ar lan y bedd gan y Parch T. Ll. Williams, Ficar.
BU FARW. Ion. 26ain, yn Meadowslea Hospital, Pen-y- ffordd, yn 33ain mlwydd oed, Mr. Hugh Owen, signalman, Wrexham (gynt o Ddol- gellau a Chorwen). Cymerodd yr angladd le dydd Iau diweddaf yn mynwent Eglwys y Plwyf, Corwen. Ion. 28ain yn 88ain mlwydd oed, Mr Robert Thomas, crydd, Glyndwr Terrace, Corwen, cymerodd yr angladd le dydd Sadwrn yng Ngharrog. Ion. 30ain yn 80ain oed, Mr. Thomas Jones, Caenewydd, Llanelidan (gynt o Tynycefn, Corwen). Claddwyd yn mynwent Eglwys Corwen, Chwef. 2il. Chwef. laf, wedi byr gystudd, yn Cefngriolen Llanelidan, bu farw Mr Griffith Hughes, mab Mr a Mrs Hughes, Nant Derwen, yn 26 oed. Cymer yr angladd le yn Derwen, dydd Mercher. Chwef. 2il, wedi ychydig ddyddiau o waeledd Mrs Jane Thomas, Bron Beuno Shop, yn 78 mlwydd oed. -—
FOOTBALL i I RHOS-Y-MEDRE CUP (Second Round), 1, CORWEN v. PENYCAE JUNIORS. I VISITORS LEAVE THE FIELD SHORTLY AFTER I. INTERVAL. Last Saturday, on the Dee Park Football Ground, Corwen, followed up their long series of wins, by defeating the Penycae Juniors and have thus qualified to enter the third round of the Rhos-y-medre Cup Competition. TI1f' game was played in a terrific gale. The visitors si i p per won the toss and elected to play with the wind. Try as they would the I visitors could not penetrate the home defence who played a sterling game. There was no .score at half-time. After the interval the I' homesters soon gave evidence of their superiority over their opponents whose defence was sorely taxed, their goalkeeper making numerous clever saves. At last Corwen were granted a corner-kick which was well placed by W E Batten but the homesters were again repulsed at the expense of a corner which was again excellently placed by the burly winger and Roberts (the old Idris Ranger of Marian Mawr fame) missed by inches only. Again the homesters were awarded three consecutive corners the last of these was partially cleared by the goalkeeper and the ex-Idris Ranger was about to meet the ball when the goalkeeper trapped it and laid down on it almost on the goal line, a melee then ensued during which all players participated for possession of the ball. The visiting goalie however managed to get. up and remonstated with the home inside left and in so-doing carried the leather fully eight paces, the referee (Mr. D. R. Morris) instantly awarded a free kick to Corwen from which L. E. Rees scored. Several members of the Penycae team walked off the field leaving two or three players on the ground who depreciated the unsports- manlike manner in which their colleagues left the field. To a man, the homesters played a magnificent game. Result: Corwen 1 goal, Penycae, nil. Bala Press defeated Aberystwyth on Satur- day in third round for the Welsh Amateur Cup by 4 goals to nil.
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