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HAY. I Pte. C. Prosser (Bell Bank) was home on leave last week. Second-lieutenant Donald Maddy (Norfolk.) is now in France. Herbert Cromptcn, Royal Naval Air Service (Brecon Road) was here on furlough last week. Second-lieutenant W. James (son of Mrs E. James) has been gazetted to the Welsh Regiment. F. Price, Royal Xaval Air Service (Church Street) has just visited Mr and Mr: II. Webb, on furlough from France. Pte. Meyrick Lloyd, S.W.B. (Heolydwr) has been in- valided to a hospital in England, suffering from trench fever, etc. A private meeting was held at the Castle, on Monday evening, to discuss re-construction after the war. Mr Vaughan, Penymaes, presided. At Hereford County Appeal Tribunal on Thursday, Chas. James, who said he was the only wheelwright in Bredwardine, ClifYord and Cusop (Hay) and owned two threshing machines, wa6 granted exemption till August l,st. Part in the annual Baptist Church concert on Shrove Tuesday was taken by the United Choir, conducted by Mr D. Stephens, M rs Ammonds (Glasbury), Mr Richard Davies (Gladestry), Mrs Alline Evans, Miss Doris Wil- liams, Miss Nlabel Bounds, Miss M. Marwood, Mr Luther Davies (Talgarth), Miss K. Kedwards and Mr R. Jones. Mr J. Davies (Boatside) presided. A meeting of the officers and teachers of the Free Churches was held in the Congregational Church, on Sunday evening, to decide what officers should take part in the united Sunday school service to be held on Sunday next at the Baptist Church. Rev. Idris Davies was asked to address the children, and a representa- tive from each Church to take other part", of the ser- vice. Principal T. Howat (Trevecca), recently gave an ad- dress on "Reconstruction after the War," at Hay Castle, through the kindness of the Dowager Lady Glan- usk. Mr Williams Vaughan (Penymaes) acted as chairman. Having related the circumstances which led to him seeking for the opportunity of speaking that evening and the kind help of the Hon. Mabel Bailey, the Principal emphasised the importance of all, irres- pective of cla»ss, creed, or party, facing the problems which confronted them in a spirit cf co-operation and good-wilj, awakening and developing within themselves a spirit of service. The housing problem, wages, and the question of agriculture were referred to as examples of different problems to be faced.

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