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:FORTY YEARS TEACHER. I I…

THE CHURCHES & THE YOUNG.…

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ITalybont Competitive Meeting.…

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Talybont Competitive Meeting. INTERESTING GATHERINC, A competitive meeting was held at Benaiah Congro- gational Church, Talybont, under the aucpices of the Vale of Usk Free Church Christian Union, on the 25th uit.. Rev. Roderick Morgan very kindly taking the chair, in the unavoidable absence of Mr D. Morris, Llwynbedw. The adjudicators were Mr Tom Pugh, Llangynidr (music), and Rev. W. Llewellyn, Llangynidr (literature). i Mr Brinley Morris efficiently carried out the secretarial duties, and Miss B. Maddy was treasurer. The following were the successful competitors: -Solo for children under 9: 1st, Eirlys Williams; 2nd, Dorothy Hughes. Recitation under 9: 1st, Kathleen Harris; 2nd, Sylvan Rees. Solo for girls under 14: 1st, Maggie Williams; 2no, divided between Ceinwen Rees and Emmy Wozencroft. Recitation tinder 14: 1st, Fristwyth Davies 2nd, Maggie Williams. Solo for boys under 14: 1st, Herbert .Rees; 2nd, lien Williams. Unpunctuatcd reading (open): 1st, Fristwyth Davies. Soprano solo: 1st, Miss Maggie Rees. Recitation for adults: 1st, i-Miss M. Rees. Mrs A. Gibson very kindly gave prizes in tlMs competition to Miss M. Lloyd and Miss. A. Jones. Impromptu speech (open): 1st, Mr E. S. Edwards: 2nd, Master Tom Jones. Party of 10 to 20 voices. Only one choir competed, namely, Bethania (conductor, Mr John [ Morris), who were well worthy of the prize. The singing of the National Anthem brought a most enjoyable and successful meeting to a close.

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