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LLANGORSE. ) Primroses Blooming.—Wild primroses were recently found on the Common lane. Two Years Astray.—A letter posted at Llangorse on November 25th, 1916, to Bombardier T. J. Thomas (Bank House), R.A. Depot, India, reached its destination on Nov. iOth, 1918. Has anyone a record of a letter bein-, longer than this ia transit ? On Leave.—Several of our boys in the ranks have been home on leave over Cristmas and the New Year. viz. Sergt. E. P. Williams, Tyllyn Lce.-Cpl. D. Williams, Tyllyn Pte. T. Williams (late Penslate), who came from Italy Pte. B. Powell, Pendril Gunner T. J. Price. Castle Shop Lince.-Corpi. D. Pow§ll. Crickie Sergt. W. R. Watkins, Courtyprior Sapper J. Williams, Sa- faddan Pte. J. C. Cole Davies, Safaddan and Ptp. W. J. Price, Castle Shop. Chief Petty Officer Marsden Williams, Tyllyn, also paid a visit Christmas week. Whist Drive and Dance.—A successful whist drive and dance was held in the Schoolroom in aid of the thankoffering fund of the Church of England Waifs and Strays Society. Miss E. F. Thomas, the Villa, the local hon. sec., was the organiser. Despite the inclement weather there was a large attendance, and a sub- stantial sum was realised. The. whist prizes, which were given by Miss Thomas and presented by Mr Winstanley, the School, Llangasty, were won as follows Ladies—Mrs Jones, Tyjawr. Llangasty booby, Mrs Winstanley, Llangasty School. Gents-Mr T. C. Thomas, Bank House. Llangorse booby, Pte. B. Powell, Pen- dril, Llangorse. Mrs Early, Mrs Vaughan and Miss Griffiths kindly rendered assist- ance with the refreshments Mr T Watkins (headmaster CefnForest School, Blackwood) acted as M.C., and Miss D. Phillips. Cathedine. proved an efficient accompanist for the dancing. Presentation.—A presentation was re- cently made to Miss Lena M. J. Thomas, Bank House, who has left the parish to take up a new vocation in life. Miss Thomas, who is the youngest daughter of the headmistress of Llangorse School, has been doing duty as assistant teacher with her mother for some time, but re- signed a short while ago to take up the nursing profession. She was presented with a handsome leather S. S. nursing bag, fitted with all accessories, and a case containing Treasury notes. In present- ing the gift on behalf of the parents, pupils, and friends who had subscribed. Miss E. F. Thomas, the Villa, expressed their warm appreciation and esteem. Though they regretted Miss Thomas' T' "id V»at* nrofr cti and happiness in her new sphere of life. Miss Thomas, in a neat little speech, warmly thanked all for their kind gift. Mr T. C. Thomas also responded on her behalf.

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