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Interesting Local Celebration.




LLANWRTYD WELLS CONCERT, II ST. DAVID'S EVE CELEBRATION. I A very successful tea and concert were held at the Victoria Hall, Llanwrtyd Wells, on Wednesday, St. David's Eve, for the purpose of securing sufficient money to provide additional comforts for the Llanwrtyd men now fighting for their king and country. With such a worthy object in view it created no surprise to find the spacious hall crowded with an enthusiastic audience. In connection with the event the Church and the various Nonconformist denominations worked in unison to attain a great financial success, and it is gratifying to state that their anticipations were fully realised. Mr James, Rock House, was very prominent amongst those who made the arrangement?. From 200 to 300 sat down for tea. The hall was prettily decorated for the occasion. The following ladies presided at the tables Mrs D. I. -Williams and Miss Pritchard, Mrs Rees and Miss Coult- hard, Mrs Williams and Miss Jenkins, Mrs Thomas and Harris. After tea the sale of gifts took place, and these were disposed of by Mr Williams, Myrtle. A concert followed. An excellent programme had been prepared. The president was Mr T. H. Lewis, and the accompanists were Misses Bronwen Richards, Hilda Dav- ie., and Miss Williams, The School. The artistoes gave the audience a real musical treat. ProgrammeKhaki daddy," infants; "Pit-pat," girls V., VI.. VII.; song, Mr Emrvs Jones; "Toy monkey," infants' class: "Tommy Atkins," hoys I., li. classes: "Chiming bells," Mr Morgan; "Knit, knit, knit," girls III. IV.; selection, "Killarnev" on mouth organ, Mr Morgan; "Dirty hoy," hovs III., IV.; song, Miss B. Richards; "Topsy Turvey," girls III. IV.: duet, Messrs. Rhys Davies and E. Jones "Sailor's song," boys V., VI., VII.; song. Mr Rhys Dav- ie. "Soldiers and sailors," classes II. and VII. Ptes. Aneurin Lewis and F. Collins, who were home on leave prior to leaving for foreign service, were pre- sented with luminous wristlet watches. The presenta- tion was made by Mrs Penry Lloyd, who wished them good luck and a safe return. 1 The school children came in for great praise for the sweet rendering of their songs, and great credit is due to Mr Dewi Jeffrey, The Council School, and staff for training the children. A vote of thanks by Mr T. B. Lewis, seconded by councillor J. A. Davies. was given to all who had help- ed to make the concert a success to the directors for the free use of the hall; and also to Mr Jones, The Bungalow, for the free use of his motor car. The.sum of f30 was realised to assist the good cause.

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