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DIED WHILST DANCING. I

NORTON'S AID FOR WOUNDED.…

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MAMV MEN

CHEERING UP THE "TOMMtES,"

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CHEERING UP THE "TOMMtES," ENJOYABLE TIME AT SWANSEA. A Lif<ge pa.rty of the wounded soldiers at present patieiits of the Swansea, V.A.D. hoa- p'tu!s wre entertained to a tel'. and enter* ta.iunK'nb by the Swansea Branch of the Nation;)! Commercia-1 Teml)-erance .Logu< .(t Thoma..Ù; Cafe, High-street, d'.i Th'urs< day nfternoo)). There was .t Jarg" numbet uf rncmbers of the loca! branch present it< ,.dditioll to other visitors, indudir. Messrs Rees T).wvies, W. H. Herbert, H. Atlen, CounciHor W. J. Lloyd, N-N, m. -I lorgan, J.P., H. Morga.n, D. Morlais Samuel (secre- tary of the branch), Wni. Hewetyn, H. R. Bushell (chairman), W. J. -uid Mrs. Day. W. Aubrey Jones and Mra. Jonfg, Isaa< Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Howelj (Brynhy- fryd). and Mr. A. E. Fursland. Fruit wa< supplied by Messrs. Batcup and Harrie?. Before pitting down to a..splendid repast the soldiers indulged in some keenly, enjoyable games of wh]st, draughts, etc.. the while the following artistes ccntributec! to a. Sue musical programme :—Pianoforte solo, Misa Loxton; song. Mr. Itaa-a Edwards; violin solo, )Iiss Sa.ul; song, Mr. W. Llewelyn, accompanied hy Miss G. Llewelyn; recitation. Miss Muriel Day; song. Mips Fursland; humorous song, Mr. Alt. Barry. After tea Mr. H. R. Bnshell, the chair- m&n, greatly amused the "Tommies with innumera,b]e jokes a<nd funny stories, keeping the guests in roars of, laughter. The same artistes contributed further clever items, and the cnstoma.ry votes of thanks to the omcmis, etc.. and the singing of the National Anthem, brought to a close a most enjoyable function. Enjoyabte Time at Aborawon. A number of wounded soldiers from tl" R.a.g!nn Red Cross and Court Sart hos;: \vere on ThurdRY afternoon entertained to tea ott t," Ma<t(M')ic Hail, Abera.von, by Mrs. Percy -Ja.oob (ey--Alayore.s), and in the even- ing to a,n entertainment at the Aber&von Y.M.C.A. At Danycoed. The weekly p,.ogramme :)t Danycoed Hoz- pita) was provided by Miss D. Rust, who is always ready to use her musical talente in entertaining the wounded. A capital al!- round programme was much enjoyed. The soloists were: Misses D. Rust. M. Austin, D PhiJ]ip,, Biddle, and Mesers. H. Thomas, U o y d. Mrs. Maislen K. Thomas and D. W. 'Lloyd. Mrs. Maslen nnd Miss Parry joined in a swept duet. and Misc D. Rust and Mr. Gammon gave an in- strumental duet. a.ud with the Rev. J. W. Smith, a finety ptayed trio. Mr. R. Thomas, Misf< Thomas, and MiaR Peters recited; Miss D. Beue?t danced very cleverly, ajid the R<-v. J. W. Smith, the new pastor at Mumbles ConcroZati(ynal, proved to be a nrst- rate performer on the 'ce!Jc. In the after- noon the patient:! from both hospitals were very kind)y entertained to tea by Mi?s Rust and Miss Biddle at Bclmont House. At Pare Wern. An enjoyable concert, arranged by Mr. Jofiah Thomas. L.R.A.M., "National" win. npr. ''vas given at Pare Wern Hospital cm. Thursday evening. Mr. D. Treharne made an excellent chairman, :md generously pro- vided fruit and (Jiocol,).teq. The acccmpani. mpnts to the musical item? were played by Mr. Philip Da vies, L.V.C.M., and g&ve everv aatiafaction. DueL; and so!o« were exc;llently rendered by Misses Igabel Mor- gan (sopra-no), Gladys Solomon (contralto), Messrs. Jogiah Thomas (bags). E. A. ThomM (baritone), and D. J. Squires (tenor). VioHa seIectionR by Mr. Geo. James were an in- teresting feature, and the elocutionary itemg of Mr. Leslie Jones gave much pleasure.

" LONE PINE" TO MOUQUET FARM.

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