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Llandilograban Concert. !…


Llandilograban Concert. Handiiograban Concert IX AID OF RED CROSS FUNDS. I On llth ult., a most successful entertainment was held in the parish of Llandilo-Gr&ban, in aid of the funds of the Red Cross, when the school- room was packed to over-Sowing. Great credit was due to the young men of the parish who formed the committee and who spared no pains to ensure the success of the concert and to the kind friends who came from immense distances to give their valuable and much appreciated services. The re- suit was a most enjoyable evening to all concerned a.nd the substantial sum of over .E7 to be handed over to the deserving cause. Major E. Aubrey Thomas (The Skreen)) pre- sided, and in a few well-chosen words pointed out what invaluable work the Red Cross Units were doing a.H over the country and how worthy they I were of best support. Where all was good, it waa impossible to single out for mention any special items in the long and -varied programme. Thanks were due to the follow- ing performers who came from near a.nd far Miss Marjorie Price (Clyro), Miss E. Lewis (Llan- afan), Miss Mabel Evans (Kington), Miss L. Pntcbard (Newchurch), the Misses Thomas (Pen- earth), Mr W. Sheldon (LIowes), Mr Rhys (Rhu- lan), Mr F. Lewis (Llanafan), Miss Mills (Sunny Bank), and Miss Agnes Pugh (Daren) gave good recitations. Mr W. Williams also ren- dered a solo, etc. The children's choir was conducted by Mr Sidney Williams. The United Choir, consisting of mem- bers of church and chapel, was ably led by Mr W. Price, and the LJandilo male voice party by Mr J. Thomas. The accompanists were Mrs Aubrey Thomas, Miss E. Williams (Great House), Miss E. Lewis (Llanafan) and Miss Mabel Evans (Eington). The piano and decorations were kind- ly lent by Mrs Aubrey Thomas. A pleasing and unusual item in the programme wag the rendering in French of her National Anthem by a young Belgian lady, Madame Licienne Gillieaux. The committee consisted of the following :— Mr Alfred Williams, chairman, Mr Jas. Haines, Tice-chairman, Mr W. Meredith, secretary, Mr S. Williams, treasurer, Messrs. Arthur Pritchard, Albert Pritchard, Evan Meredith, Henry Mehc, Ivor Jones, Leonard WtHiams and George Mor- gan. A receipt for £7 Is 4d, accompanied by a grate- ful letter of thanks, has been received from Miss Venables, Commandant ef the Highland Moors, the Red Cross Hospital at Llandrindod WeHs. to which the proceeds have been sent.



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