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BONYMAEN. I The death has occurred with tragic rsud- dennees of Mr. David Jones, Bonymaen- road. Deceased, who was 72, had been a deacon at Adulam Chapel for many years. A pathetic feature in connection with the occurrence was the fact that Mr. Jones was daily expecting the arrival home from Franco of his son, the Rev. Samuel Jones, who has been on Y.M.C.A. work. rte. Tom Phillips was given a recep- tion at Salem Capel-y-Cwm. The follow- ing took part: Songs by Miss Nora Neill, Mr. Sydney Griffiths, Mr. W. Morgan, and Mr. James Jones (the words of the song sung by Mr. Jones were composed by Pte. Jack Jones, Llansamlet, who is now in Egypt); recitations by Miss Edith Griffiths and Master D. Maddox. The Rev. T. Vaughan Jones (Cwm) presided, and Miss Williams was the accompanist. A parcel of comforts from the Cwm Sew- ing Guild and the usual gift from the local fund were presented to him.

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