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Llangorse Presentation.i


Llangorse Presentation. APPRECIATION OF SERVICES. On Monday, the 25th ult., a presentation gathering was held in Bethel Calvini-stie Methodist Church, j Llangorse, to present Miss Doris Price, Fairview, with a handsome silver tray, value £ 5 5s., from the members of the Church on the occasion of her marriage with Gunner C. C. Thomas, Middlesborough. Rev. Llewelyn Davics, pastor, presided, and in the course of his remarks he paid tribute, to Miss Price for the good work she had done, particularly as organising secretary of the Free Church Council of that area, the ladies' Section of which had been very industrious this winter knitting comforts for soldiers. He had much pleasure in heartily supporting the members in their mark of appreciation. Mr Davies, Penllanafel, and Mr Powell, Upper Pen- Ilanafel, expressed similar <^entiment« in Welsh. The Rev. D. I. Richards. Gower, gave an interesting ad- dress, and- spoke ¡tighly of Mis.* Price and her family. The following assisted to make a pleasant evening: Solos by the Rev. Llewelyn Davies, Miss Ray Davies, Miss G. Thomas, King's Head; Miss D. Jones, Tyne- wydd: and Miss May Price, Castle hop; recitations by Mies Charlotte Williams. Miss S. William* presented the gift on behalf of the members, in return for which Miss Price thanked them most heartily in a neat and graceful speech. Gunner C. C. Thomas, who was pres- ent, also responded admirably. At the close Rev. Llew. Davies thanked those who took part and also Misses M. Powell, Pencaemaen ard L. Morgan. Central Stores, for their kind and Miece.ful efforts in collecting the subscriptions for the gift. A PROTEST AGAIXST C.O. ARTISTES. ) A concert was held in Siloa Baptist Chapel, Penderyn, on the 6th inst. TIlt proceeds were to be given to lir-, Mary Price and Mrs Hannah Price, two widows in needy rircum'stanees. The event pas->ed off very well until to- wards the do. when Mr Thomas .Jones, J.P.. Bron- wyM. lIirwain, who was chairman, emphatically pro- tested against some conscientious objectors taking part. Other gentlemen joined in the protest. and a well-known resident, who has a son fighting in Palestine, walked out of the chapel. Eventually, at the request of a noisy section of the audience, the C.O. were allowed to sing, but Mr Jones refused to officiate any further and took his depar- ture. declaring it. was a disgrace to listen to men who declined to fight for their country, and who lived in «as« while others fought their battles.


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