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Golden Wedding at Cwynfe.

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Golden Wedding at Cwynfe. On Friday, the 6th inst., Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, Ddyfadfa Isaf, celebrated their golden wedding. The happy event was the occasion of a reception and tea given by the Ddyfadfa family to members of Capel y Maen Congregational Church and their numerous friends. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, who are 72 and 73 years of age respectively, are both Gwynfe people, and are descended from some of the oldest and most respected families of the district. They were married at Capel Maen on December 6th, 1868, and' I Mr. and Mrs. MORGAN. have spent all their married life at Ddyfadfa Isaf. Mr. Morgan, who writes under the pen-name of Bardd o'r Bryn," is a well- known bard an<f litterateur, and has freely patronised local and provincial eisteddfodau for the last 50 years; while Mrs. Morgan is known far and wide for her hospitable dis- position and neighbourliness. There are five children—three sons and two daughters. The eldest son, Mr. Sam Morgan, in addition to being a prosperous farmer, is an excellent amateur actor and vocalist, and his services are in great demand at local concerts and soirees. Sapper D. J. Morgan, the second son, at present con- valescent in France, has seen active service for over three years. He was in civil life surveyor and estate agent for the Wingfield anJ Mackintosh Estates, Taff's Well, Car- diff; while the third son, Mr. John Morgan, is the winner of a gold medal presented by the Congregational Union of Wales for head- ing the list in Scripture Examinations for the whole of the Principality. Of the two daughters, one is married and lives at Cwr- waun, Llangadock. In the evening, Mr. Jones, Fardre, pre- sided over a miscellaneous concert, when Mr. and Mrs. Morgan were both the recipients of a pair of gold-rimmed eye-glasses, enclosed in suitably inscribed silver cases, as a token of esteem and respect for life-long services to the cause at Capel Maen. Mr. Jones, Fardre, as senior deacon, presented Mr. Morgan, and Miss Lewis, Llwynbrain, who deputised her mother, presented Mrs. Morgan. Felicitous speeches. congratulating the re- cipients on their good fortune and wishing them a further long lease of life were made by the Rev. G. G. Williams, pastor; Messrs. D. Morgan, Pencaegarw; J. LI. Evans, Blaencennen; T. Jones, Cefnfedw; J. Jamfes, Council Schools; and others. Topical verses and poetry commemorating the event were read by Messrs. M. Morgan Griffiths, Nant- fforchog; D. Griffiths, Brynmeilwch; Aneurin Morgan, Pencaegarw.; T. LI. Williams, Penrhiw; J. James, Carregcynffyrdd; Rev. T Thomas, Llannon, Cardigan; and Coun- cillor T. W. Morgan, Blaenllynant. Mr. Morgan responded on behalf of Mrs. Morgan and himself, and thanked the church for its thoughtfulness and appropriate presents. The following, among others, contributed to the miscellaneous section:—Master John Haydn Griffiths, Nantfforchog; Miss May Price, Rhandir; Miss Hilda Morgan, Blaen- llynant; Miss G. Evans, Blaencennen; Mr. J. Griffiths, Cwmeilwch; Miss Margaret Griffiths, Glynclawdd; and Miss Thomas, Tynywaun' s, quartette. Congratulatory letters were received from Rev. T. Gwyn Thomas, Briton Ferry; Mrs. (Rev.) Eurof Walters, Swansea; Mrs Henner Thomas, Aberaman Miss F. Thomas, Ffairfach Schools; and Mrs. Charles, Neath.

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