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"—'—————" CHURCH AND CHAPEL. j Joint Skewen Treat for the II Wounded. The wounded soldiers at The Laurels, Neath, were entertained by the church and chapel-fojk of Skewen on Thursday with an excellent programme which was. thoroughly enjoyed by "the heroes in blue." All admitted that it ranked asi one of the best heard at the hospital, a pleasing feature being the rendering of: pleasing '?'t'Jsh airs, composed by Mr. Tom i Jones, or better known as "Qymro Bach." Rev. J. C. Baynon, curate of Skewen, who presided, kept the audience in good humour throughout. i The following contributed to the even-: ing's treat:—Miss M. Evans, Miss May! Owen, Mrs. Bronwen Bowen, Mrs. M. A. i Lewis? Messrs. R. Evans, I). W. John, J. Wedlake, and the wel l-known Neath Abbey artiste, Mr. Lewis Jones.

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