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AMMANFORD. I

BRYNAMAN.I

BLAENAU.I

CWMAMMAN. I

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CWMAMMAN. I Her many friends and admirers will be pleased to hear of Miss Miriam Evans' suc- cess at Carmarthen on New Year's Day, when she captured the open champion reci- tation. Also her pupil, Miss Hannah Davies (Merch y Dyffryn), won the first prize for the best recitation under 10 years of age at Gwaun-cae-gurwen last Saturday. The public of Cwmamman have decided to erect a spacious hall in the place to commemorate the heroes from the locality who have fallen in the Great War. As a move- ment is on foot to raise a Male Voice Choir and Minstrels in the place, it is felt that an effort should be made to form a choir for the purpose of performing an opera or other similar work on the occasion of the opening of the hall, and that, in order to achieve this, Garnant and Glanamman will unite once again as in past days. A reception concert was held on Monday night in honour of Stoker W. R. Thomas, of Jolly Road. The chairman was Mr. W. E. Jones, The Brook, and the accompanist, as usual, was Mr. John Morgan, L.L.C.M. A capital programme was contributed by the following:—Pianoforte solo,' Master D. H. Thomas, A.L.C.M. songs, Ray Davies, Cyril Bevan, Lilian Benjamin, Maggie Davies, Catherine Price, Tom Rees, Blodwen Rees, Linie James, and Jenny Evans; humorous songs in character, Garnantydd, D. Thomas, and W. E. Jones; and recitations by Gwyneth Jones, Hannah Davies, D. T. Bowen, and R. M. Jones. A very good reception concert in honour of Stoker Luther Evans, of Jolly Road, was held on Tuesday of last week at Stepney Hall. The chatr was occupied by Mr. Evan Llewelyn, Stepney Road, and the following contributed to the program me:-Solos, Gwladys Etans, Thora Francis, Catherine Price, Victor Davies (Aberpedol), Gomer Morris, Devereaux Morgan, Ceinwen Thomas, Jenny Evans, Syd James, Blodwen Rees. and Sarah Evans; recitations, Gwyneth Jones, Evelyn Williams, Hannah Davies, and D. T. Bowen; violin solos and duets, Mr. Jones and friends. and Cyril Lewis. The accompanist was Mr. J. Morgan, L.L.C.M.

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