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AMMANFORD. I

BRYN AMMAN.I

I BURRYPORT. j

CWMLLYNFELL. I

CARMARTHEN. I

COCKETT.I

CLYDACH.I

FFORESTFACH.I

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-«*. GORSEINON. Corporal Einlyn Rees, of Belgrove-road, is home on seven days' fur- lough from Fra:i'.v. lie received his pro- motion on the field. Mr. W. Evai's, of Lower Lime-street. Gorseinon, who is engaged as a rollerman in the Hardy Tinplate Works, was on Saturday elected a member of the Execu- tive Council of the Steel Smelters' Union As a result of an organised collection, the Vicar, Rev. R. W. Jones, hac, for-; warded the sum of EI9 to the head-! quarters of the Church Homes. This; sum will provide everything for the up-) keep of one inmate for a period of twelve months. Private Wyndham Davies, 6th Welsh, is home on seven days' furlough at his home, Penylan, Alexandrtkroad, Gor-1 seinon. He has seen active service for over fourteen months with his regiment "somew here in 1 ranoe." He was formerly employed at the Maidy Tinplate WorkA, Gorseinon. A rendering of the sacred cantata, en- titled J-udah's Captivity and Restora- i ion," was given by the choir of ihe Primi- tive Methodists at old Ebenezer, Gorseinon, on Sunday evening. The soloists were: Soprano, Mrs. Hicks, Misses M. Phillpots, N. Reece, W. Rees: contraltos,, Mrs. Reece, and Miss H. Reece; tenors, Messrs. E. Harrison and T. Hurley; bass, Mr. G. Bennett. The choruses showed that the choir had been well trained by the con- ductor, Mr. C. Green way, L.L.C,M„ A.L.C:M..Mis" Woodman presided at the organ, while the pastor, the Rev. W. H. Taylor. gave the readings." The steward, Mr. I^iillpots, in a short address, thanked the singers. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon at Brynteg Burial ground of Mrs. Rachel Ann Harris, the wife of Mr. Ben Harris. Glanafan, Lime-street, Gors- einon. A faithful member of Ebenezer Congregational Church and choir, the de- ceased had only returned from the South Devon Sanatorium about three months ago, where she had been under treatment for six months. Although the weather was very wet and stormy, the funeral was largely attended. On Wednesday morning the death occurred of Edith Walters, aged 21, the youngegftVbut one of the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walters, of Upper Lime- street, Gorseinon. Mr. Walters holds the position of mill superintendent at the I Old Works. Gorseinon. Lanoe-Corpl. Dan Parry, Pte. George Roberts, and Pte. D. Griffiths, all of the 6th Welsh, arrived at their homes in Gorseinon, on 7 days' furlough from the trenches. They have all Boon over 14 j months' active service somewhere in France."

GOWER. I

HENDY.I

LLANGADOCK. I

LLANDILO. I

LLANBYSSUL. I

LLANDEBIE. I

I LLANDOVERY. I

MUMBLES.I

MORRISTON.J

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PONTARDULAIS, I

SKETTY. )

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