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AMMANFORD. The Ammanford Chamber of Trade are taking up the matter of sending footballs to local lads in the fighting, areas. This, was suggested by the hon. sec.. Mr. W. L. Smii?. At the Hw&debie P&nah Church on °:MODdø.y. the Rev. D. W. Thomas, M.A., Vicar, assisted by Mr. J. S. Thomas, B.A., officiated at the marriage of Mr. Percy Poaoh and Miss Jennie Spiller, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Spiller, Islwyn, Llandebie. The bride was giv-en away by her father, and attending her as brides- maids were Alias Rosie Spiller, sister, and Miss Lily Peach, sister of the bridegroom. The best man was Mr. Willie Spiller, broth-er of the bride. Subsequently the happy couple left for Cardiff, where the honeymoon is being spent. Rev. J. J. Jones, B.A., B.D., Treforest, officiated at special preaching cerviees held ftt Bethany C.M. Chapel, on Satur- day, Sunday and Monday. A concert in honour of tJJe return on leave from France of Pte. T. Freeman, of the 1l8th King's Rifles, was held under the auspices of the Bettws Reception Committee on Saturday night. This was 1" Private Freeman's first visit home after f an absenoe of two years' service abroad. and be was given a deservedly cordiaj welcome. Mr. Wm. Fowler, chairman, presided. The hero was presented with us a token of the villagers' appreria-, "n. which was voiced in speeches by the eli-airman, Councillor Dd. George, and Mr Rhys Thomas, Brooklands. There were ?-,itatior. by Mies Dilys Thomas, and solos by Miss M. Louisa Da vies, the "Na- tional" wiuner, Messrs. Sam Thwa, D. J. Fowler, and Isaac Tfeomas. together with a duet by Messrs. S. and 1. Thomas, and a quartet rendered by a party led by Me. Tom William*. An interesting lecture was given by Mr J. Harris (Islwyn) at the Noddfa Chape!, Garnswilt, on the occasion of the opening of the winter season of the Young People's j Society. Isl'.vyn dealt with Cymru—j un ITefcnsfylwyr dan y Gwlith." The. chairman was the Rev. T. Roberts, pastor, and Me#«rt. Dd. William* and Llewelyn ateo spoke. The October rainfall for Ammanford has registered 11.79 inch, as compared wuti an average rainfall tor the month of about f.GO inches. Rain fell on 28 days out of the 31, and the hefivicit downpour was in tiie i'l hOll. ending on the morning of the 3rd, when 2,30 inches were recorded. The first six dsyj recorded 4.(51 inches, and the last 3.Afi ir.chee. These record.? wore taken bv lfr. E. H<wle¡" aj Wemoleu. I

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