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IThe. General Election.

Brynamman Organ Recital.





MANORDEILO. Military Medal.-Mr. Edward Williams, Church House, has recently been awarded the Military Medal for services rendered whilst on active service in France. Success.—We congratulate Mr. W. E. Williams, Ivor Villa, on the success which he recently obtained in the examination held in connection with the County School. We predict a brilliant future for Willie. Eisteddfod.-A very successful eisteddfod was held in the Council School on Christmas Day. It was organised by the members of the Cwmifor Sunday School, and the pro- ceeds, which were substantial, are to be devoted to the Excursion Fund." Mr. Davies, Cwmifor, was the president, and with his usual tact he kept the audience, which was a very large one, in good humour. The adjudicator was Mr. J. H. Rees, County School, who carried out his arduous task successfully. The other officials were:— Accompanists, Misses Jones and Williams, and Mr. J. Beynon, Ffairfach; while the secretaries were Mr. T. H. Morgan and Mr. T. Jones, Penlan Villa, all of whom did their work in a creditable manner. The chief awards were:—Quartette: 1, Four Friends. Soprano solo: Miss A. M. Jones. Baritone solo: Mr. Jones, Cross Hands. Solo for those over 40: Mr. R. Williams, Ivor Villa. Solo under 15: 1, Ada Thomas; 2, M. J. Jones. Solo under 12: 1, Ada Thomas; 2, Olwen Evans. Solo under 8: I, D. Jones; 2, J. Rowtrerry. Recitation under 12: 1 and 2 divided between Willie Jones and Mary J. Jones. Recitation under 15: 1, Bessie Beynon; 2, Willie Jones. Recitation under 8: 1, Jennie Williams; 2, Muriel Rees. Recitation (open): Mr. Isaac Jones, Ffair- fach. Gfene&l knowledge questions: Doris Morgan, Befe wit: Mrs. Thomas, Hetmon.