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AMrANFOD. I The Eov. ^td.nty Evans, B.A., Perth, is I C*; rid acting a mi.*ion tins week at Eiim ] Chapel, fl irydail ¡ A presentation of a fountain pen in&de by the- St. David's Sunday School oil Tuesday night to Supper Owen M.tden who, prior to enlistment had a clus* ''C.a charge. reception to Sapper D. M. Lewis, R.E., 'Wa.3 given at the. wttw«, Council School on 'L\i?sdiiy evening, when Mr. Win. Fowler I ({^residing) presented him with a suitable gilt oil behalf or the Bet i we Reception Committer. The ?cddhig was s<ilemni?d at the C1\ri."tloill 'l\'mph; the Fe. D. 'l\ghm II Davies, a?)?tf<! by ?ho Rp'i\ W. Nanthus V.i!.Haai-: otiic'iatin?.?-Mi&s??a??M. Evans. Wind-street, to n1 Air Mechanic Jun?- Jones. R.F.C.. l'.lafaHh. The bridesmaids were Mj8 Glwen Evans (sister of the britie), and Miss A. Rees i eni:sin). and (he Iwat hiatt was Mr. D. Jones (brother of the bridegroom). A concert in honour of Sapper Daniel Davies. High-street wits held at Ebenesser Chapel, Mi. T. W. LOT,is, M.E., presiding Mr. ('ha- Clapton on behalf of the church presented him with a gift, and the follow- ing contributed items:—Masters lorwertn and Robert Htighc-s, Mioses Lilian and Dorothy Hopkm." Doris Levis, Eveline Russell, Lot tie Hopk+ns, A. BouFton and Dorothy Boulton: Messrs. II. Jenkins. It. Jenkins. Ben Lewis and S. Morgan hÿ Mr. J. Criftith.) and the Rev. J Mr. W. Levsholi, T.C.L wn, t'lie aeoompttniwt. He. D. J. William?, R.A.M.C.. was simi- larly honoured on hi" return from active service a brood. The Ammanford ahop awistants held a social ut ti»<a White House. Ammanford, on Thursday. Pte. VI-,e it Davies, Margaret-street, on leave, was accorded a reception at Gwyn. tryn Chapel on Thursday night. The usual gift tra^ made. Mr. Tom Jones presided over the concert and the fcllowinH took rart:—Miss Dilys Thomas and Mis. M. Williams (recitations). Mr. Edison Price, A.C.V. (violin solo). Miss Mary Jones, Mrs. II. Jones. Messrs. S. Morgan and Evan Rf-e« (rtlos) Speeches were made by Councillors Win. Evans and J. Daviea. Miss A Latvley, A L.C.M., and Mr. T. Ihotnas wete the accompanists. Compliments between advocate?* were exchanged in an amusing manner at the Ammanford Police Court, Will you lmve the good grace to kren silent," Mid one; '(hd the other r??rt?t, You "rr n perfect stranger tn the rules of evidence." Sympathy is felt with Mrs. Lloyd. M ies Toffy, Ammanford, sister of the Rev. D. E. Harris, Congregational minister, in the death of her only child, Ieuan Lloyd, at the ago of 15 years. Sergt, Holland R. F.A., a former ii cm- her of the Ammanford Police Force, has been wounded, am- is now in hospital in France. Hp was "truck in t'»e knee by a pieee of shell. Wounds hevr* alw sustained by Sergt-major Edgar Wittz, of Tirydall.

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