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EASTER WEDDING BELLS CHARMING CEREMONIES

EASTER WEDDING BELLS CHARMING CEREMONIES

than fifty weddings were celebrated in Meath during the Easter holidays at churches, chapels and register office. The weather was entirely favourable and large crowds gathered to see the happy couples at both Meath and Aberavon churches. MORRIS—MATTHEWS. A pretty wedding took pl
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PHILLIPS-JONES.

PHILLIPS-JONES.

The wedding took place at the Ad' doldy Welsh Chapel, Glynneath, the Rev. Evan James, 8.A., officiating, of Mr. Gwyn Phillips, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Phillips, Carlton Rouse, Glynneath, and Miss Elizabeth Jones, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jones, Glyn Vill
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
REES-TAYLOR.

REES-TAYLOR.

- - -- --- A pretty wedding took place at Gorpliwysfa Chaptd, Skewen, on Easter Monday morning, between Mr. Edwin flees, Sand Lane, firiton Ferry, and Miss Margaret Taylor, Francis Street, Skewen. The. bride was ilressed in mauve chiffon, with green velvet hat, and was attended
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EARTHMEN TENNIS ..SOMPTS OPENED. Neath R. D. C. on Interest and Housing Joint Hospital Scheme

EARTHMEN TENNIS ..SOMPTS OPENED. Neath R. D. C. on Interest and Housing Joint Hospital Scheme

Mr. James Evans, MS., J.P., presided over the monthly meeting of Heath Rural District Council last Wednesday, when a letter was read from the Clerk to the Glamorgan County Council. stating that the Ministry of Health were considerins the proposed scheme for a Joint hospital for
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FUNERAL OF MR: GEORGE LLEWELLYN.

FUNERAL OF MR: GEORGE LLEWELLYN.

'The funeral of the late Mr. GeoriP F. Llewellyn, of the Cambrian Hotel, Netith, took place at TIP' rnaerdy Cemetery on Thursday Mr. Llewellyn was the only member of the Briton Ferry Football Club, an honour conferral two years ago, in recognition 01 long &mice to the Club. both
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The busiest man in Neat!' over the At the last meeting of the Council Mr. Walter Bradley, the Secretary holidays

The busiest man in Neat!' over the At the last meeting of the Council Mr. Walter Bradley, the Secretary holidays

must havo been Mr. T. E. of the Chamber of Commerce, Mr. C. of the Melincourt Y.P.S., is unable to Bevan, the Registrar of .Marriages. J.. Buzzard, of Briton Ferry, was carry out his duties owing to indis- Easter always produces a fine crop elected chairman in succession to posi
21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PALACE KINEDIA, ISTPUICINI HIM FERRY. :-: TIE FIRST TALKIES II TOVIII. Week Commencing Monday, April-MT

PALACE KINEDIA, ISTPUICINI HIM FERRY. :-: TIE FIRST TALKIES II TOVIII. Week Commencing Monday, April-MT

21 April 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LLAIMARCY SOCIETY'S PERFORMANCL HELP FOR LEGION BENEVOLENT FUND.

LLAIMARCY SOCIETY'S PERFORMANCL HELP FOR LEGION BENEVOLENT FUND.

A :.plendid comedy entitled "Coils" I was given at the Memorial Hall, Skewen, by the Liandarey Dramatic Society, in aid of the British Legion Women's Section Benevolent Fund. The producer was Mrs. Mather, and the stage manager Mr. I:. Frost. The cast was as follows: Barbara, Mrs
31 March 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEATN AMATEURS PROSPECTS.

NEATN AMATEURS PROSPECTS.

GOOD LIST. , Neath Amateurs Cricket Club wish O state that they are well clear of be mire into which they had fallen since the unavoidable retirement of their old and energetic secretary, tdr. Horace Peetham. The club is one of the oldest estabjished junior clubs in the vicinity
31 March 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Resolven Cubs in Two Finals Neath Cygnets to Continue

Resolven Cubs in Two Finals Neath Cygnets to Continue

MATH TRADERS SEMI-FINAL DEFEAT. All hopes a the Heath Allied Traders winning the Supporters' Cup were when they were defeated by Glynneath Rangers by one to nil in the semi-final. The Traders were a few players short and their display wa , s very disappointing. T. Jefford. at In
31 March 1933 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales