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I RHYMNEY. MouNT CARMEL. The Rev. Gwilym Jenkins, a former local resident, will occupy the pulpit at Mount Carmel Congregational Church at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday next. Tnn BABY Snow.—It is gratify-. ing to find that much interest is being aroused in the'' Baby Show to be held. on Thursday next in The Lawn. It is a clear indication that Rbymney is prepared to do its part in this great i campaign to protect infant life. The attractive prizes, apart from the great object m view, should ensure anne entry list. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR.—Sunday next will b'e an eventful day in con- nection with Christian .Endeavour wheo the allniètsarv services will be held at 11 a.m.. 2.30 and 6 p.m. A e programme has been ar- range! to which the Poplar road Chufch Society .'and Castle-street Society, Tredegar, will contribute suitable solos, duetts, etc., etc. All are welcome. D.C.M. HERO KILLED tx Acnox. —We understand that Mr. and Mrs. H[enry A. Lloyd, Tre York. have received intimation from the author- ities of the death in action of their son, Trooper Jim Lloyd. He was associated with the Dragoon Guards and had seen much service; on the Western Pront. Lloyd was killed by a shell exploding whilst holding a front line trench on the I 2nd inst. A number of his coin- i rades were injured. His command- ing ofncer speaks of him as an cxcellent. cheerful, and waning soldier, and a great favourite. ii7, had spent two years in France and was home a-'few weeks ago wearing" the ribbon of the D.C.M. MoRiAH. -As briefly announced in our last issue, in connection with the annual tea a programme of sports was arranged on the moun tain. where a mirthful attitude was noticeable that is rarely, if ever. seen except in the purest of surroundings, and everyone, from the oldest to the youngest, joined whole-heartedly in making the various competitions an unqualified success. Among those who worked, strenuously in the usual offices connected with this form of amusement were:— Councillor H. M. Thomas. Messrs. J. W. Price, M.-E., Joseph Price, Jenkin Howells) Charles Hdwards, E. Edwards, D.' Thomas. and others. After the distribution oL prizes by Councillor Thomas, a few games terminated a most enjoyable even- ing, the young going home feeling that the -pedestal of their future health had been well and truly laid. and the older section that they had. secured a new lease ou life. PENUEL.—FoIloWmg the annual treat in connection with the Penuel Sunday School, a successful com- petitive concert was held in the evening. The Rev. Geo. Griffiths, the respected pastor, prded, and? the excellent programme ws greatly- appreciated. The .adftl.dicato:, were;—Music, Recitations, Mr. I)d. Summers. The awards were ?-$Qlo. for girls'und<er, I0 -T, 1\,Iarid; Harris: 2, divided between -M. A. Beynon and Hdith Williams. Solo for boys under yo— i, ]favarcl"¥la1tet. SQlo;f«boys" from iD 2, E. Summers =3, D. J. Beynon. Solo for girls from 10 to 16-1, Rachel Williams; 2, Arianwen Jones 3, M. Thomas. Recitation for children under io-i,, Blodweu Richards; 2, Nellie Sauvage. Recij} tation for children from 10 to 16- i, Maggie Williams; 2, Lizzie Jenkins. Ductt—first and second divided between Wilfred John and A. M. Thomas, and Havard Walters and Miriam Thomas Open solo for I males-Mr. Ben. Richards. Open solo for females—Miss Katie Thomas. The accompaniments I were ably supplied by Miss Minna Griffiths and Mf. J.' A. Summed. Great due to- Mr.Eva.n John, the superinteMent, and the Treasurer.(Mr.-W.B. Salvage), .and I the Secretary (Mr. J. K. ?ilUan?), tortile success, of the