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CLYDACH NOTES At a patriotic mooting held under 1. h auspices of the local reception conv ^vittoo at the Public Hall, Sapper D. Smith, N-c.-Air Mechanic William James, and Ptes. Bert Short (Clydach) .and Oakley Phillips (Yni-stawe) were the guests of honour and received gifts of money. Sec.-Air Mechanic James and Pte. Short, both of whom hail from the Swansea Valley, are convalescent and are fortunate to have been trans ierred as patients to the locnl hospital. over largo gathering, and in the course, cf the proceedings made the presentations Oil behalf of the recep- tion committee and people of Clydach. The recipients, who were accorded a hearty rv-'ieome, returned thanks. Speeches I-lev. D. E id dig .J ones and Mr. D. Roderick, A capital programme was provided by the Calfana Brs;*s Band assisted by the Misses Miilv Eva as (elocutionist), and Gi,-(,ii Hopkins and Mr T. Stephens (vocalist«). Mrs. Lizzie Stephens was the accompanist. The proceeds of the evening's effort will he devoted to- wards providing comforts for the soldiers ::1, the Quarr Hospital. was the subject of a. very interesting Welsh lecture given hy Mr David Roderick at a literary moeting of the Young People's Guild held at Calfaria Schoolroom, on* Wed- nesday evening last. 1 he Rev. T. Valentine Evans presided, and during the evening a song was sung by Miss Coin wen Roes. Speeches were made by the chairman, Atrs. E. Roderick and (.Yiossrsfi .J. L. lives, William Francis Mild G<-o"go l)a\'ic s, all of whom warm- ly thanked Mr Koderiek for, his splendid lecture. QUitA-' org?,,ji recital ,as I' given by Mr Eewolyn Davies, organMb of the Church, at Carmel Chapel, after service on Sunday evening last. He was assisted by the Misses Hannah I Williams and Naomi Roes (vocalists), and Messrs. Marios Williams (violinist) and J. L. Thomas (elocutionist). There was a large attendance, and a collec- tion was made during the evening in aid of the wounded soldiers at the local hospital. An interesting miscellaneous meeting promoted in connection with the Sun- day-school was held at Elim Chapel, Craigcefnparc, on Sunday evening. Mr David T. Havard (superintendent) pre- side,d ever a very large1 congregation, Iniid the following contributed to the programme Recitations, Misses Esther Samuel and May Lewis, Master Thos. Yaughan Jones, Messrs John T. JonMi. WIll. John R cos, Rhys John and David Davies; songs, Misses Sarah Ann I Thomas. )Ilaggic Thom, Mm'gretta Havard and Rosie Hopkins and Mr. Xoah J. Havard; duets, Misses Eisie .and Lily Jones, and' Miss Ruth Jones and Mr. Thos. Thomas. —Welsh Llewelyn." j ———————————. I