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j Soldiers Entertained. I h..4 L. v A t'- L":I. PLEASANT TIME AT PARK CTiURCH. I -1 .4J 1 .1. 1 .I.1. l l i.1 i 1 l j. The natients of Stebonheath and Pare Howard Hospitals were the honoured guests of Park Church on Tuesday even- ing, when a very pleasant time was spent in tee ,'}.11 had 1c0 I beautifully decorated for the cccador., I r The party in all numbered about 250, the I '•Tommies*' heim- accompanied by mem- bars of the r.lri12: staff. Ambulance Brigade and Red Cross detachment. A capital tea was provided after which a delightful programme was gone through under the chairmanship of the Rev. Rees Griffiths. M.A It was a most appre- ciative audience, every item in the pro- ?'nmme which had been arranged by Mr, D. J. E-ans. being applauded to the ('chI>, r  l ?Ill  Solos were rendered by Madame At?in?. Madam--1 Claudia Russell, Mr Tohn Rogers and Pie. Kelly and Pte. Hughes. On the elocution side were recitations by Mrs. Sidney Morris and Miss Stuart, while Mr. Bertie Black brought down the I house with his topical songs. Mention must be made of the brilliant pianoforte solo by Mr. D. J. Evans. to which he had to respond. The ladies of the church were warmly thanked at the close for the I excellence of the arrangements.

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