Dyma adroddiad diddorol o’r wasg yn 1908 / Here is an interesting report from the local press in 1908.
County Echo 3-12-1908
ENTERTAINMENT AT LOWER TOWN.
Last Friday evening the Lower Town Baptist Church was filled with an appreciative audience, when the first of a series of entertainments in connection with the Tonic Sol – fa Class took place.
The Rev Dan Davies presided in his usual able style, and the entertainment reflected the greatest credit on all concerned.
The following were those who took part :-Solo, Alice Evans; duett, Christmas Owen and Christmas Williams recitation, Roney Bowen solo, Minnie Harries; recitations, Tom Williams and Willie J Williams trio, May Bowen and party: solos, Minnie Bowen, Maggie Harries, Lilian Owen, Georgie Harries, Mattie Harries, May Harries, Mattie Evans, Gwennie Ritchie and Miss M J Matthews; Duetts, Rachel Williams and Sally Bowen, Lilian Owen and May Harries, Minnie Bowen and Annie V Thomas, Sally Harries and Daisy Jenkins Recitations, Lavinia Evans, Jack and Christmas Owen, Hugliie Harries, Bertie Jenkins, Walter Williams, Minnie Bowen, May Evans, Johnny T Griffiths, Jenny Phillips and Miss S J Davies, also solo by Miss Florence James, duett by Misses S J Davies and M J Matthews, and dialogue by Maggie Harries and Lilian Owen.
Recitations, Lawrence Davies and Morgan Llewellyn.
The choir (under the leadership of Mr Enoch Davies) gave renditions during the evening. Addresses were delivered by Messrs David Griffiths, Pratt Owen, and Wm. Evans. A hearty vote of thanks to the President, proposed by Mr Enoch Davies and seconded by Mr Tom Davies, brought a most enjoyable meeting to a close.