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EEYDGALEl). ANNUAL TREAT & D1STKIBUTI0N OF PRIZES. h The children attending Rhjdgaled Council School were entertained to a -Viendid tea, bun loaf, seed bread, &c., by Mr and Mrs Hayes Jones on Friday afternoon, before breaking up for the Christmas holidays. The room had been tastefully decorated with holly, and the tables with plants lor the occasion, and when the little one?, who looked clean and bright were seated, it presented a very pleasing sight. The tea was prepared by Mrs Hayes Jones, assisted by Miss Jones, Hafod Bylchau Miss K Roberts, Tryfati; Miss H Jones, Ty ucbaf; and Miss E G Hayes Jones. Kev D D Richards, Nantglyn (one of the managers), presided over the dis- tribution of prizes, and Miss Jones, Hafod, piesented them to the children. Mrs Hayes Jones was,assisted in her kind and thoughtful efforts, by subscriptions from the following ladies and gentlemen, Mrs Harrison, Goppa hall (who also gave a few prizes), F Barton, Esq., J.P., Gwaenynog ball; T Williams, Esq., J.P., Llewesog hall; H E Kearley, Esq., M.P., Gwylfa Hiraethog. Sweets were distributed to the little ones by Miss Jonep, HafoJ. taoh one also received an orange from Mra Hayes Jones, and one from Mr Harry Jones, grocer, Ehydgaied. Mr Richards proposed a hearty vete of -thanks to all in connection with the tea, Ac., which was heartily seconded bythe children givitfg ridging cheers, and they returned home r highly -pleased with their gifts and afternoon | enjoyment.

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