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LLANDDEWI RHYDDIERCH. PRESENTATION-.—On Tuesday, May 2nd, at the School a very interesting meeting was called to make a presentation to Mrs. Cale, nee Miss Davis, Court Morgan, on her marriage, in recognition of her very faithful service3 as organist of the Parish Church. The Vicar presided, and was supported by Mr. Teague (churchwarden), Messrs. Jones (The Hall), Beddoes (The Weir), James Morris (White House), William Prosser, W. Dalis (Court Morgan), and a large gathering. After the Chairman had stated the amount of the sub- scription and acknowledged the kindness of those who had taken collecting-books, Mr. Teague, the churchwarden, was called upon to offer Mr. and Mrs. Cale for their acceptance, as a I token of the goodwill and respect of their friends, a beautiful tea service, on which was inscribed Presented to JVIrs. A. Cale, organist, on her marriage, by the churchpeople of Llanddewi Rhydderch, Dec. 27, 1915." This was the first opportunity for Mr. Cale, who is a soldier in a Canadian Regiment, to get leave of absence. Mrs. Cale having thanked Mr. Teague for his kind words, and the subscribers for so handsome a gift, Mr. Cale expressed his own pleasure that his wife had been deemed worthy to receive this acknowledgment, out of which they hoped they might, some day, pour out a sweetened cup of tea to all those who had assembled. After a vote of thanks proposed by Mr. Beddoes, seconded by Mr. Teague, the meeting closed with the singing of the National Anthem. ♦ ————

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