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I I A FVE YEARS' RETROSPECT.j

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Mill Lane Mission I PRESENTATION TO FORTY BOYS. I On Tuesday evening at the Parish Hall, I the members of Mill Lane Cnurch Missioin gave a "Welcome Home' Tea to the Mill Lane boys who had returnedfram the Army and Navy. There were 40 present who had served with the Forces. The tables were prettily decorated with a lavish display of. nowere by the lady mem- bers -of the Mission, and were loaded with a tempting repast. All sad memorie s were banished and smiling faces bore ele- quent testimony te their appreoiatio*. After tea an entertainment took place and several of the boys contributed to the evening's enjoyment. Mention must be made of Mr. David Davies, Pontypridd (Dewi Elli), an old Llanelly boy and win- ner at three National Eiateddfodau, kindly gave two glorious renderings which the audience applauded in me un- certain fashion. Others who kindly con- tributed to the evening's enjoyment were Mr. Tom Francis, Miss Annie Owen, Miss Daviea (Albert street), Messrs. Richard Davies, Ifor Edwards, Ifor Thomas, Ernest Phillips. L ¡ Mr. T. tioe who presided, referred to the work in starting the Mission about I 30 years ago, and said he felt proud t6.; • ¡ be amongst such boys who had proved ¡ their determination to stand hy the Right. Mr. J. George Phillips presented a suitably inscribed Prayer and Hymn Book to each one; expressing the hope that they would make much use of them. Mr. Mutter, the superintendent of the Sun- ¡ day School, paid eloquent tribute to the boys' prowess and unfailing courage in i the face of all difficulties, and expressed 1 the hope that they would help on the work and assist in building up a better I country. On behalf of the boys, lteT. T. Thomas thanked all those who had helped to make the evening an event to be remem- bered, and Rev. W. T. Havard seconded, tho boys supporting with three hearty cheers. I The flewera were generously given by Mrs. A. E. Davies, Mrs. H. W. Spowart, ¡ and Mrs. Gilbert Davies. l One feature brought home to all the terrible penalty of war, when, all stand- ing, Mr. Fred Mercer read out the names of those who had paid the great price and who are sleeping their last long sleep in foreign lands. A Roll of Honour will be hung up In the Mission Hall in memory of the nobility of all who fought that we I might live. May we prove worthy of them.

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MUSICAL SUCCESS. I

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SPLENDID FAMILY RECORD.

¡HICH WATER AT L-ANELLY.

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¡County School Sports.I

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