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I Builth Wells Prize Day.…

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I Builth Wells Prize Day. I t WESLEY S.S. CHILDREN'S "SOCIAL." I We,-ley Sunday School (Builtli Wells) annual "social" and prize-distribution took place on Wed- nesday week, when Pastor II. J. Garland presided. Light refreshments were provided, through the kind- ness of Mr Thos. Hamar (The View) and served to a large number of scbool-children early in the evening. Mrs Amos Williams, who gracefully distributed the prizes to the children, delivered an appropriate address, which was much appreciated. j Solos were rendered by Misses E. Jones,Frossie Sayce, & Atliel Sayee. Recitations were also given by Misses Eva Davies, Nellie Sayce, Olive Davies and Francis Egerton. Prizes were awarded to all who had assisted in the annual collections for Foreign Missions, to those who had been assiduous in their choir attendances, the latter prizes being given by Mr Frank L. Morris (choir- master) Special reference was made to Miss Elsie Jones and j Miss Alice Andrews (two members of the Church and Sunday School), who were then about to leave for spheres of duty out of the district. The following were the ladies who presided at the tea-tables, viz., Mrs G. E. Sayce (assisted by Miss Price), Mrs Davies (assisted by Miss Ethel Davies), ) Mrs Egerton (assisted by Miss N. Egerton), and Miss M. 1. Morris (assisted by Miss Elsie Jones). Thanks were tendered to Miss 1. M. Price, who presided at the organ. Gratifying speeches, dealing with Sunday school work, were delivered by Pastor H. J. Garland and Messrs J. T. Catley, T. H. Jones and F. L. Morris. The list of regular attendance prize-winners was as follows:— t Maximum attendances (52 Sundays) Ethel t Davies, Kitty Bunny, Alice Andrews, Willie Egerton, Elmer Sayce, Richard Egerton, Tom Williams, Elwyn Jones, Maldwyn Jones, Francis Egerton, Gladys Andrews, Blodwen Andrews, Athel Sayce, Eva Davies, Richard Andrews, Nellie Sayce, George Davies, Frossie Sayce, and Olive Davies; ('1 attendances: Maisie Duggan, Willie Egerton, Ensor Duggan, Walter Bunney, Dora Darrell, Eunice Pugh, Maude Pugh, Enys Catley, Bett Davies, and Jack Grant; 50 attendances Elsie Jones, Dolly Tulk, Phyllis Jones, Mrs Davies, Leslie Jones, and Edith Dew; between 45 and 49 attendances; Harold Jones (491), Clifford Phillips (48), Resie Fletcher (48), Eva Williams (47i), I. M. Price 46), Maggie Pugh (46), Miss Kate Sirrell (46), Annie Williams 2 and Kenneth Dew (45k). Prizes were also awarded to thefollowingwhocollected for Foreign Missions, which amounted to IS and con- stituted a record :—Eva Davies (ii), 8s. 7d.), Maisie and Ei-inice Dtvi", (El os. 6d.), Francis Davies (JEl Ls.), Alice Andrews (lbs. 6d.) Tom Williams (lUs. 7d.), Gerald MorrisJJ(8s. 7M.), and Nellie Pugh (os. Od.), A. and D. Nibblet (7/6), Leslie Howell (5/-), Annie Williams (5/-), Mildred Probert (4/(;) and Clitford Phil- lips (3/10). Choir pr ictice attendance prizes were distributed as follow: —1st, Miss Ethel Davies (102 attendances out of a possib!e 104), and 2nd, Miss Maisie Duggan (100 attendances), the next on the list being Miss Price, Miss Sirrell and Master Ensor Duggan, each having made 90 attendances. t *<

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