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.POPULAR YOUNG LADY.I

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POPULAR YOUNG LADY. I Large Attendance at Mumbles Funeral. The funeral took plaoe at Oystermouth Cemetery on Monday of Miss Lettie Tucker, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Tucker, Woodville-roa.d. Mumbles. Miss Tucker, who was in her nineteenth year, was of a parti- cularly bright and amiable disposition, and her early death will be very keenly felt by a. large circle of fnends. and acquaintanoee. Especially will she be missed at the Mumbles Baptist Church, where she was a valued Sun- day school teacher and a hard worker. Pre- vious to the interment a special service, which was very largely attended, was held in the Mumblee Baptist Church. Deceased's -1 i-U < t\ labourite hymns were sung, amu uo: oe&<i Illwrch in Saul" was played by Mr. W. Broadhurst. The Rev. Lister Gaunt officiated, and also oomdifoted the last sad rites at the cemetery. The principal mourners were Mr. and Mrs. P. S Tucker (father and mother), )tiaa MH? tlda. Tucker (Mater), Privates La nrie and Archie Tucker (brothers', Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Smith, Rev. W. Leyshon, Mr. Bert Wchards (deceased's fiance), Mrs, and Miss Nelly Andrews, Mr. Chris. Davies (uncle). Mr. apd Mrs. Roa«h. amd Mrs. E. Tucker. Floral tributes were received from "Mam and Dad." "Laurip, Archie and Hilda," Grandpa and Grandma Katie and Evan," Our Sunday School, Capt. ana Mrs. Bugt and Family, "Three SC{)uts," Auntie Nell and Uncle George," Uncle Ted," "Floss lkkd Myrtle," Uncle Chris. and Auntie May," Mise Nellie Andrews, The Postmaster and Staff • at Swansea General Post Office," Mrs. Sherlock, Mrs. C. Htandish. Poily and Lily Tucker, Mrs. and Miss Pinch, Mrs. Roderick aDd Tony, Mrs. Wood, Bert," Miss Doris Way. Mrs. Delve, Miss Maslen and her Sun- day School Class," Mab and Bee Cooke and Little Donnie," «• Doris May, Nellie and Trevor jarnes," Miss Florrie Thomar, Miss Violet Booth, Mrs. Davey and Fa.rr, (Bournemouth Yille), Gert, Mab, and Vic Maslen, Unele Jiro and Auntie Mag," Dulcie and Gordon," Mr. James Harries and Family. Mrs. Hewitt ..nd Mrs. Beynon, Miss Annie Evans (Sketty). Irene and mSl<e Arthurs, Cousins Ethel and Ona," Mrs. E. Tucker and Miss Cicely Deare. There was a. very large attendance at the cemetery, and a special vehicle was required to convey the flowers sent. i

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