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I HIRWAIN. I

INEWCHURCH. I

NORTON. I

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I LLANGUNLLO. I

RHAYADER. I

LLANDRINDOD WELLS.I

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FR ANKSBRIDGE.

BRYNGWYN. I

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LLANWRTYD WELLS.

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PISGAH. A very successful competitive ccneert, organised by Mr D. Bowen, Tymawr. took place at Pisgah Baptist Church on the 28th ult., the proceeds being for the Sunday School FundA. The following assisted with the arrangements :Adjudica,tor.: vocal music, Mr Frank Davies, Builth Wells; literature. Messrs D. H. Hughes (Newbridge), and W. Edwards (Llanafan). Miss E. Lewis, Parkmawr, and Miss L. Jones, Hafodranker, were the efficient accompanists. Mr T. W. Miles, Builth Wells, presided over a packed audience. The following are the award-i :-Recitation, Psalm 65, children under 12, Llewelyn Lloyd; recitation, "Excelsior" (Longfellow), children 12 to 16, David J. Gwilym; impromptu speech. Miss E. We ale, Newbridge; prepared speech (prize given hy Dr. Rhys Davies, Builth Wells), "The best programme of work for the young people of cur churches during the winter months," Mr Phillips, Esgair- goeli; solo, "I love to tell the story," children under 10. Maggie Powell; solo, "I have read of a beautiful city," children 12 to 16. Lizzie Lloyd; consolation (given hy Miss Lewis, Parkmawr). Pattie Davies open solo, ladies over 16. Miss Powell, Newbridge; open isolo, men over Ifi, Mr Lloyd Lewis, Rhayader: duet. "Welcome," Misses Edwards and Powell, Newbridge; hymn. "Lead kindly light," to tune 'Lux Benigna' (party of eight), Mr L. Evans, Nantvrweh and party. Misses Powell (Panty- rdwr), and M. Weale (Newbridge), rendered much appre- ciated recitations. The Pastor, Rev. T. James, and Messrs. William Lloyd (Errwthwil) and T. Davies (New Hou.se), also gave valuable assistance with the evening's arrangements. A most enjoyable evening concluded with the National Anthem. The firstanriual "prize distribution for regular at- tendance at Pisgah Baptist Sunday .took place on Sun- day last. The superintendent. Rev. T. James, presided over a large gathering of teachers, scholars, parents and friends, and an interesting programme was rendered by the lieholar". Solos were sung by Minnie, Hilda, and Doris Jarman, Pattie Davies, Lizzie Lloyd, Maggie Powell, Miss A. Davies, Upper Cwm, and Misses M. J. I and Kitty Evans, Llwyncynar; recitations were rendered by Agnes Davies, Rees Jarman, Olive Jones and Llew- elyn Lloyd: a quratette was given by Misses M. and C. Powell, and Messrs. A. Jones and D. Powell: selections were also rendered by the choir under the leadership of Mr .T. Jarman. Mr T. W. Miles, Builth, after express- ing hearty appreciation of the very successful efforts of parents, teachers, and scholars to promote regular attendance during the year, presented prize books to those who had registered the required number of at- tendances. The prize-winners were: Class I. boys: Tom Davies, Pryce Jones. Class 2, boys: George Jar- man, Rees Jarman, Llewelyn Lloyd, Garfield Owens, Ben Powell. Class 1, girls: Doris Jarman, Lizzie Lloyd, Clara Powell; class 2, girls: Agnes Davies, Pat- tie Davies, Mollie Owens, Maggie Powell. Primary class: Nellie Davies, Hilda Jarman. Two scholars, Tom Davies, Pentref. and Llewelyn Lloyd, Castleliall, were awarded in addition illustrated Bibles in recog- nition of their having made every attendance possible. Consolation prizes were given to Tom Gwilym, Maggie Gwilymand Minnie Jarman. Volumes of lesson helps, commentaries, etc., were presented to the teachers, the recipients being Rev. T. and Airs James Mrs P. Hughes, Cilfodeg, Mr 1). Davies, Pentref, Miss L. Ioiieg, Hafody- ranker, Miss M. Powell, Cefneoed, Miss E. Davies, Pen- tref, and S. E. Davies. New House. In closing, the chairman voiced the thanks of the school to Miss Lewis, Parkmawr, organist to Miss L. Jones,, Hafody- ranker, .Mr D. Bowen, Tymawr, and to all who had kindly assisted them in organising the afternoon gather- ing. The beanediction terminated a very enjoyable meeting.

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