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PONTARDULAIS. Mr. Parry Reyiiolds, Glandulais Wool leu Mills, wko nas lust undergone a s^ii- ous operation, is making excellent pro- gress. <3 Mus A. Wilcock, lecturer on poultry keeping under the County Council, has been presented by the members of her class here with a silver cake-stand. Mr. If. H. Samoson, J.P., anA t. Bowen, M.P.S. (the father of Capt. Bowen, the Pontard-ukus M.C.) have enjoyed a 40 rears' unbroken friendship. And now the tie is made ctronger still by the fact that euch all his four cons serving in some branch or other of II.M. Forces. Hr. E. if. Pritohard, Mus. Fae., cin- ductor of the Town Band, is organising a male voice party worthy of the traditions of the Bont. The quarterly Zenana conference of the Gowerton district was held at Bethel Baptist Chapel on Thursday. Mrs. D. J. Davies presided over the afternoon con- ference. An able paper was read by Annie Grey-Williams (Pontlliw). In the evsnin? a public meeting was held under the presidency of the Rev. B. Elwyn Wil- liams (pastor). 'Another excellent -paper was read by Miss Sara Morfudd Hughes (Poutardulais Songs, etc., wore given by Misses Mary A. Evans, Blodwen Morgan, Viwendoline Morgan, May Davies and Bessie Williams (Pont- Hi w). A wedding was solemnised at St. Teilo's Church on Thursday morning, the offi- ciating minister being the Vicar (the Rev. W. C. Morgan, B.A., C.F.). The contract- ing parties were Nurse Mary H. ("Nana") Morley. third of Mr. and Mrs. j Evan R. Morley, Coed Bach, and who was latcJy iiursin? sister at Bath Infirmary, a?d Pt?. S. Jones, S. W. Borderers, eldest son of Mr and Mrs. U. Joaes, Middle Hook, Haverfordwest. Mis?; Olwcn Mor- ley (sister) acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. J. A. Jones, bridegroom's brother, acted as best man. Miss E. Williams, Castle-street, London, officiated on Sunday at special services at Tabernacle Baptist. Church, where her brother, the Rev. George Williams, i3 the resnected pastor. Mi s-s M. E. Davies, headmistress^ Coun- cil Tufanta' School, and-Lieut,. D. J. Davies, M.C., attended a conference in ?onnectiot with tJie War ?avina's Asgocla- tic"3 on Monday in Linden. UndeT the auspices of the local branch of the National Discharge d Sailors' and Soldiers' Association, a reception concert was held at the Mechanics' Institute 021 Saturday evening. Presentations were made to the following: A.D. Ifenry Davies, A.B. D. I. Samuel, Pte. Archie James, A.S.Gunner Reggie I Williams, R.F.A., and Pte. Gdr.udna Griffiths, Connaught Rangers (twice I wounded). The dcnth h?, bh'I1 placR d Mr. John Davif?, G!a!;?fon-ruad. f?r many years I mechanic and engineer at tho Öm bda  Tinplato Works. A native oi Pontrhydy- J fen, he was G3 years of aye\ He leaves a widow f..11d one grown-up daughter. Another Pontardnlais hero, recogni-'sed by toe local oil iu addition to those already mentioned,, was Corpl. Albert Williams, -late of the Welsh, Gun of Mr. and Aire. Rhys Wïl- liams, James-street twice woullded, and now discharged from the Artuy physically, j unlit.

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