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Rhayader Entertainment. CHILDREN'S PKKFORMANCC. A delightful entertainment was given in Bethany Hall, Rhayader, on the 28th ult., by the children of the C.M. Hand of Rope, under the leadership of Mrs Jackson. The. entertainment was preceded by a tea, kindly pro- vided by Mrs Evan Morgan, the Gables assisted by Mr Evan Jones, Pantydwr, as in former years. Don- ations from well-wisher.* of our little ones were given by Mrs Rd. Morgan, Mrs B. P. Lewis, Mr Richard Hughes, C.C., Mrs R. D. Ryder, Mrs E. Worthing, 5Irs Hacon. Mrs J. Jonas. Mis- M. Morgan. Mrs Alban .Tone's, Mrs R. Worthing, Mrs R. Price, Mrs W. T. Daws., Miss Andrew*, Miss Powles, Miss G. Price and Mrs E. Lloyd, and thereby presents were given to each child. The programme consist. <1 of -volos, action-songs, duets, recitations and sketches. Solo were rendered by Misses Maria Jones, M. Ilughe.s, Doris .Taek.son, Blori- wen Worthing, Winnie Bacon and Evelyn Davies, and Rd. Williams;, pianoforte .oio. Miss Ethel Worthing: recitations, Dick Morgan, Tommy Hughes, R. L. Ryder, Edgar Ryder, Percy Hughes, Basil Hughes, Jack Price, Kenneth Price, Jim Price, John Price. Trevor Davies, Willie Donald, Peggy Davies, Winnie Bacon, Miss Bar- hara. Donald, Blodwen Worthing. Evelyn Davies, K. Powell, ilegan Worthing, Grade Williams, Lily Wil- liams. Jennie Denald and Aileen Jones; "Darby and Joan," in character. Alec Bacon and MeRan Worthing; ..sketches. "The House-wife." 'Rd. Williams and John Price, and "The Green-Gate." James Pric-\«iob Donald, Gerald Morgan, R. Williams and John Price: action songs, "Tommy Atkins" (boys), "The New Baby" (girls), "The Flag Drill" (girls). "Teddy Bear" (little girls), and "The llnv Scouts"; quartettes by Doris Jackson, Blodwen Worthing, W. Bacon and Louie Wehb (in character), "I'nder the same o!d flag." by four Scouts. G. Morgan. R. Williams, R .Donald and J. Price; and trio, Mr Kin?ey Morgan, Mi-> M. Jones and May trio, Afr Kinsey Ilorgaii, I Jones and .Nla?- The chair was ably taken by Mr R. Hughes, C.C., who always supports these efforts of the children, and emphasised the value of bringing out the talent of the young. The pastor. Rev. F. Jackson, proposed an omnibus resolution of thanks to all concerned, which was received with acclamation. "Gcd save the King" closed the proceedings.

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