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"t' 1' '9 '1]" I MORRISTOW, j At the Is; 15anti-;t Ciiapel, Morriston, Oil VVedne-day evening, a reception was given to Lance-Corpl. W. 1- Bevan and Drummsr LIwyn Morgan. The Kc-v. Fred Morgan ipastcu presidedMr. j). Donne and Richard Hughe., on behalf of tho church members, pm-.ented the soldiers with suitable gifts. A musical programme I was provided by the following: .Misses Saliaa (.look, Lydia Thomas, Messrs. Ben Donhe. l), Y/illiani.% n. Byron Davies«nd C. À, Jortes, Miss Annie Watts I accompanied. The annual si?"ng fcst-ivnl was held at Carmcl Chapel on Sunday. Mr. W. J. Williams [ireshled at the ai'tefnon ,%r- vicos, and tho singing was conducted by Mr. J. D. Phil litis. The evening service was presided over by Rev. M. G. Hawkins (l►astor) and Mr. Robert Richards had 1 charge of the singing. JJessro James Thomas e.n.T W. Thomas,. A.V.C.M., pre- jd(d _!t the oriran. At the Tioreb i c) rc; oiii, I I Saturday evening, a concert was held. in aid of the Seddietr/ and Sailors' Fund. The pa el or (Rev. W. Salmon) presided. The programme Wi:? prnvid? by the i?llow?' Misses Blodwen Wi!liam?. Edith Do wen, 81nrn Lewis :M?f-Tp. Winic Williams <Ijhm?m:c-), Wi'lfa Davies, WiUie Gri- Œths, W. J. Jenk ins, EIwyn JkiTH'" Mr. Ambrose Evans accompanied. The rangement of the programme was in the of Mr. W. Griffiths. Under the auspices of tII4 Morrist-oii I Trades and Labour Council,'a reception meeting was held at Zoa-r Chapel to Pte. W. F. Bowen. Mr. J. C. Morgans pre- sided. The presentation, which took the form of a fountain pan, was made by Sirs. T Tobias. A musical programme wa.s provided by the following: Misses Janet M. Williams. C. A. Jones. Master D. B. Davies. and Mr. R. J. Morgano. Miss C Tobias accompanied. The doedili has taken place after a brir-f I 'I ")" '1 illness of Mr. Daniel Griffiths, 9, Banwe'l- streot, Morriston, by whoee demise Cal- faria Baptist Chapel loses one cf the most faithful adherent^. He was the oldest deacon 01 the chdVch, ha<ing s-at in the "set fawr" for over 30 years. Tlio de- ceased gentleman had attainod the ripe old age of 75. «jnd leaves a widow and a family of giv»wn up children. n

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