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LEanfaredd Entertainment

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-I Llanxiewy Pierrot EntertainmentI


I Llanxiewy Pierrot Entertainment I The children of Ltandewy school and their parents were, as in past years, entertained to tea in the school room by Lord Ormathwaite on Friday last. His Lord- ship, we regret to hear, is not at present enjoying very good health, and not being able to present himself he was represented by the Hon. Gertrude Walsh. The La-tabk, were presided over by Mrs Morgan. Cefncyn- foel; Mrs Nicholls, County Stores; and Mrs Morgan, Pentre Fawr. These were assisted by the Misses E. Morgan, M. Jones, E. Morgan, Pentre, and Mrs teph. ens and Miss Lane. Mr II. Williams boiled the water. After tea, which had been excellently prepared.by Mr K. NicholK County Stores, the Penybont Pompom Pierrots, who had been specially invited to Llandewy for the occasion, gave their popular entertainment. This was presided over by Mr A. R. A. Lane, School House. Every item of the programme was thoroughly enjoyed and received great applause. The pierrots cer- tainly proved themselves to be a very excellent troupe. The jokes of Cuthbert, Clive and Tulips caused great merriment. During an interval in the Pierrot's pro- gramme, the school children sang part songs, and solos were rendered by Miss Rhoda Price, Mr W. Ianies and Miss Doris Morgan, and duets by Miss Irene George, Miss Gertie Price; and Miss Lizzie Morgan and Miss Rhoda Price, and Mr and Mrs Hughes. Mr Preece gave a "hornpipe" step, which was loudly applauded, and Mr Preeee and Mr Collard, Mr Johnson and Mr Hughes, gave an exhibition of "dancing the broom5tkk." Mr Lane proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Lord Ormath- waite, and Mr E. Nicholls seconded. This was adnow- ledged by the Hon. Gertrude Walsh. A vote of thanks was theYI proposoo by Mr A. Knill to the pierrots, se- conded by Mr E. Nicholls., The popularity of the pierrots' performance was evidenced by the presence of the greatest crowd that has thronged the schoolroom for many years. The silver collection which was made on behalf of the Llandrindod and Knighton Red Cross Hospitals realised £ 4 12s Sd. Mr E. Nicholls and Mr Collard lent their motor-cars for the conveyance of the Pierrots.

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