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LLANDILO. I An exceptional farewell meeting was held at the Wesleyan Vestry, Llandilo, last week, under the auspices of the Noncomformist Churches of Llandilo and district, to give a send off to the Rev. D. Corris Davies, on his departure to take up duties at Pontypridd. It was a unique meeting, as such a one had not been held "l connection with the departure of a Wesleyar. minister from the town. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Wm. Davies, pastor of the Tabernacle and Capel Newydd Churches, as the senior member of the Non- comformist churches of the-town and district. Addresses were delivered by the following: Revs. J. E. Davies (M.C.), Las Ael; Dd. Williams (M.C.), New Road; T. Thorny (S.), Carmel; Thomas Thomas (Ind.) Elan, Llandilo; W. M. Harries (Ind.), Penrheol; E. L. D. Clanley (Church of England) and the Deputy-Chief Constable, John Evans. An illuminated address was presented by the Rev. William Davies on behalf of the Noncomformist Churches, and appropriate verses were read by the Rev. T. Thomas (B.), CarmeL The Rev. D. Corris Daviee suitably returned thanks. A very pretty wedding took place at the Llandilo Parish Church on Wednesday, the 17th day of September, of Sergt.-Instructor and Lecturer to the R.A.F. Abed John, son of Coun. Tom John, chairman of the Neath Board of Guardians, checkweigher at the Dyffryn Rhondda Collieries, Port Talbot, and Miss Margaret Jane Davies, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Davies, of Osborne House, Carmarthen Street, Llandilo. The bride was attended by Miss Mona Morgan, of the White Horse Hotel, Llandilo, coosin of the bride, and Miss Megan John, sister of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Willie Daniel, surveyor of the Glen- afon Collieries, Cymmer, Port Talbot. The ceremony was performed by the Venerable W' 1 1' V' Archdeacon Robert Williams, M.A., Vicar, assisted by the Rev. W. Arthur Jones., Citrate. There was a large number of well- Viihers of both parties in attendance. After the ceremony the happy couple motored to the bride s home, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of, and later in the day the happy couple motored to Llanstephan, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were both numerous and costly. Anniversary services were held at Siloh Independent Chapel, Penybank, Llandilo, on Sunday last, when the special preacher was the Rev. SeiTiol Williams, Pontardawe. The Rev. Stephen Thomas, pastor, conducted the services, and Miss Rachel Thomas, Cefn- rhiwlas, the organist of the chapel, presided at the organ, and Mr. John Roderick, Lower Walk, Llandilo, conducted the singing. Congregations were large throughout the day, and the preaching was of a high standard. A very pretty wedding was solemnized at Capel Newydd, Crescent Road, Llandilo, on Tuesday last. The contracting parties being Mr. John Davies, an employee of Messrs. Isaac Thomas and Son, Corner House, Carmarthen Street, Llandilo, and Miss Bessie Davies, elder daughter of Mr. David Davies, of 10, Thomas Terrace, Llandilo. The bride, -who was charmingly attired, was given away by her father, and was attended by her sister, Miss Maggie Davies, as bridesmaid, whilst Mr. John Phillips, of Swansea, acted as best man. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Williams, of Nantymoel, cousin of the bride, and Miss Olwen Williams, organist of the chapel, presided at the organ. After the ceremony the happy couple were greeted with confetti as they emerged from the sacred edifice. They entered a motor car and drove to the bride's home, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of. and later in the day entrained for Blackpool, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were both numerous and costly.


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