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For the state pageant affiliated with Miss USA , see Miss Pennsylvania USA .

Nicole Brewer , Miss Pennsylvania 2005

The Miss Pennsylvania competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of Pennsylvania in the Miss America pageant. Pennsylvania, including early years’ city representatives, has won the Miss America crown on 5 occasions.

Originally held in Hershey , the pageant moved to West Chester where pageants were held during the 1950s. The pageant was held in Altoona from 1974. In 1994, Easton was chosen as the new venue of the pageant and the date was shifted from June to May. In November 2008, the pageant was moved to the Pittsburgh area.

Kayla Repasky of Gettysburg was crowned Miss Pennsylvania 2018 on June 23, 2018 at The Hillman Center for the Performing Arts in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . She will compete for the title of Miss America 2019 on September 9, 2018 in Atlantic City, New Jersey .

Contents

  • 1 Results summary
    • 1.1 Placements
    • 1.2 Awards
      • 1.2.1 Preliminary awards
      • 1.2.2 Non-finalist awards
      • 1.2.3 Other awards
  • 2 Winners
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Results summary[ edit ]

The year in parentheses indicates the year of the Miss America competition the award/placement was garnered.

Placements[ edit ]

  • Miss Americas: Ruth Malcomson (1924), Henrietta Leaver (1935), Rose Coyle (1936), Frances Marie Burke (1940), Evelyn Margaret Ay (1954)
  • 1st runners-up: Roselle Hannon (1941)
  • 2nd runners-up: Linda Olson (1973), Susan Spafford (2000)
  • 3rd runners-up: Barbara Sue Nager (1955), Maureen Wimmer (1972)
  • 4th runners-up: Marion Green (1923), Maggie Walker (1971), Tina Louise Thomas (1974)
  • Top 5: Kathleen Coyle (1927)
  • Top 10: Dorothea Ditmer (1927), Emma Hammermeister (1943), Patricia Hunt (1953), Lois Janet Piercy (1960), Marie McLaughlin (1977), Lynn Carol Grote (1978), Carolyn Louise Black (1980), Michelle Kline (1990), Marla Wynne (1991), Melissa Jeka (2001), Nicole Brewer (2006), Emily Wills (2007), Katie Schreckengast (2018)
  • Top 12: Lenore Pollock (1935), Jean McCool (1935), Helen Keaser (1935), Margie Dorie (1944)
  • Top 13: Gloria Bair (1945)
  • Top 15: Mildred Walker (1925), Anna Mae Reefer (1926), Anna Julia Zaker (1936), Bonnie Boyle (1936), Elaine Miller (1936), Kathryn Buckley (1938), Alberta Louise Carts (1940), Mildred Saha (1940), Lillian Handford (1947)
  • Top 16: Eleanor Kramer (1946), Janice Murray (1951)
  • Top 18: Geraldine Glassman (1933)
  • Top 20: Rosalyn Menon (2002)
  • Top 23: Jane Ondeck (1923), Betty Grening (1923), Helen R. Knisely (1923)

Awards[ edit ]

Preliminary awards[ edit ]

  • Preliminary Lifestyle and Fitness : Evelyn Margaret Ay (1954), Emily Wills (2007)
  • Preliminary Talent : Roselle Hannon (1941), Eleanor Kramer (1946), Jennie Rebecca Blatchford (1958), Lois Janet Piercy (1960), Maureen Wimmer (1972), Tina Louise Thomas (1974), Lynn Carol Grote (1978), Amanda Smith (2015)
  • Preliminary Presentation: Rosalyn Menon (2002)

Non-finalist awards[ edit ]

  • Non-finalist Talent: Lorna Malcomson Ringler (1957), Judith Lynn McConnell (1966), Gale Veronica Rothwell (1967), Connie Harness (1976), Lea Schiazza (1986), Linda O’Boyle (1992), Candace Otto (2004), Rachel Brooks (2008), Kendria Percy (2009), Amanda Smith (2015)

Other awards[ edit ]

  • Miss Congeniality : N/A
  • Bernie Wayne Performing Arts Award: Candace Otto (2004)
  • Cavalier Scholarship: Katarina Sitaris (1988)
  • Community Achievement Award: Rosalyn Menon (2002)
  • Dr. David B. Allman Medical Scholarship: Charmaine Kowalski (1979), Shannon Doyle (2010)
  • Quality of Life Award Winners: Michelle Kline (1990)
  • Quality of Life Award 2nd runners-up: Marla Wynne (1991)

Winners[ edit ]

YearNameHometownAgeLocal TitleMiss America TalentPlacement at Miss AmericaSpecial scholarships at Miss AmericaNotes
2018Kayla Repasky [1] Gettysburg22Miss Greater CarlisleContemporary Dance, “Every Breath You Take”Miss America State Community Service Award
2017Katie Schreckengast [2] Palmyra20Miss Central PennsylvaniaAlto Saxophone, “ Listen ” from Dreamgirls Top 10 [3] Previously Miss Pennsylvania’s Outstanding Teen 2013 [4]
2016Samantha Lambert Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania22Miss LaurelwoodAcrobatic Dance, “Game of Shadows”
2015 Ashley Schmider [5] South Fayette23Miss Neshaminy ValleyTap Dance, ” Feel This Moment ”Contestant at National Sweetheart 2012
2014Amanda Smith [6] Dade City, Florida21Miss Southwestern PennsylvaniaVocal, “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” from The Phantom of the Opera Non-finalist Talent Award

Preliminary Talent Award [7]

2013Annie Rosellini [8] Butler21Miss Greater Juniata ValleyLyrical Dance, ” Let It Be ”Previously Miss Pennsylvania’s Outstanding Teen 2005 [9]
2012 Jordyn Colao [10] Erie22Miss Freedom ForgeTap Dance, ” Whatever Lola Wants ” from Damn Yankees
2011Juliann Sheldon Plum Borough21Miss Jewel of the WestLyrical Dance ” I Believe “2017 Carolina Panthers TopCat Cheerleader
2010 Courtney Thomas [11] Sigel21Miss Jewel of the WestFiddle Solo ” Orange Blossom Special “Top 10 at National Sweetheart 2009
2009 Shannon Doyle [12] Wilkes-Barre24Miss Armstrong CountyTap Dance “A Little Polish”Dr. David B. Allman Medical Scholarship
2008Kendria Perry [13] Pittsburgh /Raleigh, NC23Miss Armstrong CountyPiano “Ballade No. 1” by F. ChopinNon-finalist Talent Award
2007Rachel Brooks [14] Broomall24Miss River CityVocal ” Summertime “Non-finalist Talent Award
2006Emily Wills [15] Beaver24Miss Armstrong CountyVocal ” If I Ain’t Got You “Top 10Preliminary Swimsuit Award2nd runner-up at National Sweetheart 2005
2005 Nicole Brewer [16] Philadelphia22Miss Allegheny ValleyVocal “The Wizard and I” from WickedTop 10Sister of Miss Maryland 2016, Hannah Brewer
2004Victoria Bechtold [17] Johnstown21Miss PittsburghClassical Vocal “Je Veux Vivre” from Roméo et Juliette
2003 Candace Otto [18] Murrysville23Miss Three RiversClassical Vocal “Non Ti Scordar di Me” by Ernesto De CurtisBernie Wayne Performing Arts Award

Non-finalist Talent Award

2002Autumn Marisa [19] Waynesburg22Miss Armstrong CountyLyrical Dance “The Bells of St. Paul”
2001Rosalyn Menon [20] Hazleton22Miss Three RiversClassical Piano “Piano Sonata in C Minor” by BeethovenTop 20Community Achievement Award

Preliminary Presentation Award

2000Melissa Jeka [21] Warminster23Miss Allegheny ValleyBallet en Pointe ” The Diamond “Top 10
1999Susan Spafford [22] Erie24Miss Southwestern PennsylvaniaViolin Solo “Polish Caprice”2nd runner-up
1998Mayra Acosta [23] Lewistown22Miss Southwestern PennsylvaniaPopular Vocal ” To Love You More “
1997Heather Busin [24] Grove City20Miss Butler CountyVocal “I Will Listen”
1996GiGi Gordon [25] Butler23Miss Armstrong CountyLyrical Dance ” When a Man Loves a Woman “
1995Linette Mertz [26] Kutztown23Miss Susquehanna ValleyCountry Vocal ” Why Haven’t I Heard from You “
1994Kirstin Border [27] Glen Rock24Miss State CapitolViolin Solo “Czardas with a Twist of Orange”
1993Diane Fabiano [28] Lansdale24Miss Southwestern PennsylvaniaVocal “City Lights”
1992Judy Fitch [29] Dallas24Miss Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonVocal ” Sincerely “
1991Linda O’Boyle [30] Dupont23Miss Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonTechnique Tap Dance “Hoofin'”Non-finalist Talent Award
1990Marla Wynne [31] Easton23Miss Southwestern PennsylvaniaVentriloquism ” Together (Wherever We Go) “Top 10 [32] Quality of Life Award 2nd runner-up [33] Described by broadcaster Larry King as the “ugliest girl” in the pageant. [34] King later rescinded his remarks.
Mother, Marlene Wynne, was the Executive Director of the Miss Pennsylvania pageant until death in June 2008[ citation needed ]
1989Michelle Kline [35] Easton24Miss Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonClassical Vocal “Una Voce Poco Fa” from The Barber of SevilleTop 10Quality of Life Award Winner
1988Denise Meyer [36] Pittsburgh21Miss BedfordPopular Vocal ” Over the Rainbow “
1987Katarina Sitaris [37] Wilkes-Barre24Miss Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonClassical Vocal ” Quando me’n vo’ “Cavalier Scholarship
1986Darlene Deeley [38] Philadelphia25Miss Greater Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonGymnastics / Dance Routine
1985Lea Schiazza [39] Philadelphia23Miss Montgomery CountyVocal ” My Mammy “Non-finalist Talent Award
1984Gina Major [40] Huntsville24Miss Lehigh ValleyVocal: Judy Garland Medley
1983Jennifer Eshelman [41] Hegins23Miss PoconoClassical Vocal “Adele’s Laughing Song” from Die Fledermaus
1982Laurie Ann Hixenbaugh [42] Belle Vernon22Miss Washington CountyBaton Twirling, “Pop Goes to the Movies”
1981Jill Shaffer [43] Dover22Miss LebanonPiano Solo ” Grieg’s Piano Concerto In A Minor “
1980Anita Ellen Patton [44] Lebanon21Miss LebanonVocal “If You Believe” from The Wiz
1979Carolyn Louise Black [45] Elizabethtown22Miss Lancaster CountyVocal ” All the Things You Are “Top 10
1978Charmaine Kowalski [46] State College22Miss Penn StatePiano Solo ” Warsaw Concerto “Dr. David B. Allman Medical Scholarship
1977Lynn Carol Grote [47] Bowmansville22Miss Lancaster CountyPiano Medley ” I Got Rhythm ” ” The Man I Love ” & ” Rhapsody in Blue “Top 10Preliminary Talent Award
1976Marie McLaughlin [48] Levittown23Miss Lehigh ValleyVentriloquism “Together (Wherever We Go)”Top 10
1975Connie Harness [49] Mechanicsburg20Miss Cumberland ValleyClassical Vocal “Romance” from The Desert SongNon-finalist Talent Award
1974Karen Lynn Kuhn [50] Levittown20Miss Lower Bucks CountyBallet “Shubert Alley Overture”
1973 Tina Louise Thomas [51] Lancaster18Miss Lancaster CountyGospel Vocal ” Take My Hand, Precious Lord “4th runner-upPreliminary Talent Award
1972Linda Olson [52] Corry20Miss Indiana University of PennsylvaniaPiano Solo “Gershwin Medley”2nd runner-up
1971Maureen Wimmer [53] Perkasie20Miss Bucks CountyClassical Vocal “Quando me’n vo”3rd runner-upPreliminary Talent AwardToured with Miss America USO Troupe
1970Maggie Walker [54] Harrisburg18Miss York CountyGymnastic Ballet on the Uneven Parallel Bars “Contessa”4th runner-up
1969Trudy Lee Pedersen [55] Etters18Miss York CountyVocal ” The Sound of Music “
1968Susan Robinson [56] Pittsburgh22Miss PittsburghComedy Monologue “Sis Hopkins”
1967Doris Ann Lausch [57] Lancaster20Miss Lancaster CountyVocal “Love In a Home” from Li’l Abner
1966Gale Veronica Rothwell [58] Philadelphia21Miss GermantownClassical Vocal “Quando me’n vo”Non-finalist Talent Award
1965 Judith Lynn McConnell Pittsburgh21Miss PittsburghDramatic Reading ” Saint Joan “Non-finalist Talent AwardBest known for her role in the Santa Barbara soap opera[ citation needed ]
1964Marilyn Cutaiar March Havertown19Miss Delaware CountyToe Dance Ballet “Dance of the Painted Doll”
1963Cheryl Lynn Kegley SalisburyMiss Central PennsylvaniaClassical Ballet ” Ritual Fire Dance “Replaced Donna Loar who relinquished her title after two months due to her having mononucleosis
1962Crystale Leigh Martin Milton19Miss Susquehanna ValleyDramatic Presentation with self-accompaniment on the Harp or Zither “The Mad Scene” from Hamlet
1961E. Lynne Maloney King of Prussia20Miss Montgomery CountyCharcoal Drawing Display & Pantomime Routine
1960Priscilla Mae Hendricks Shillington19Miss ReadingOriginal Display of Art Work
1959Lois Janet Piercy [59] Springfield21Miss Centre CountyOriginal Flute Solo & Art Display “Night Rain on the City”Top 10Preliminary Talent Award
1958Rosalie Samley BethlehemMiss Lehigh ValleyBallet ” I Won’t Dance “
1957Jennie Rebecca Blatchford HollidaysburgMiss Central PennsylvaniaBaton Twirling ” St. Louis Blues ” & ” The Stars and Stripes Forever “Preliminary Talent Award
1956Lorna Malcomson Ringler [60] Upper DarbyMiss Delaware CountyVocalNon-finalist Talent AwardNiece of Miss America 1924 , Ruth Malcomson
1955Pam Ulrich [61] Sinking SpringMiss ReadingDrama “Proper Recitation”
1954Barbara Sue Nager [62] PhiladelphiaMiss Greater PhiladelphiaEgyptian Ballet Dance “Egyptian Suite”3rd runner-up
1953 Evelyn Margaret Ay [63] Ephrata20Miss Lancaster CountyPoetry Recitation “Footsteps” from Leaves from a Grass-House by Don BlandingWinnerPreliminary Swimsuit Award
1952Patricia Hunt PhiladelphiaMiss Greater PhiladelphiaDramaTop 10Multiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Miriam Smith [64] McAlistervilleMiss PennsylvaniaPipe Organ “Tico Tico”
1951Margaret Ramsdale PhiladelphiaMiss Greater PhiladelphiaVocal ” Danny Boy “Multiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Clare Lippert [65] TarentumMiss PennsylvaniaVocal ” Lullaby of Broadway “
1950Janice Murray PhiladelphiaMiss Greater PhiladelphiaClassical Vocal “O Don Fatale” from Don CarlosTop 16Multiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Emilie Longacre PhoenixvilleMiss PennsylvaniaVocal “You’re My Everything”
1949Miriam Lopayowker PhiladelphiaMiss Greater PhiladelphiaElectric Guitar ” I’m in the Mood for Love “Multiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Marlene Carozzo [66] Kennett SquareMiss PennsylvaniaPiano ” Clair de Lune “
1948Betty Jane Bruce PhiladelphiaMiss Greater PhiladelphiaVocal “Fool That I Am” & ” Mean to Me “Multiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Ruth Douglas [67] HarrisburgMiss PennsylvaniaVocal Medley ” Let My Song Fill Your Heart ” & ” Lover “
Sarah Cromwell PittsburghMiss Pittsburgh
1947Kay McClane PhiladelphiaMiss Greater PhiladelphiaVocal “Sketching”Multiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Dorothy Gresh WilliamsportMiss PennsylvaniaVocal ” Lover, Come Back to Me “
Lillian Handford PittsburghMiss PittsburghPainting DisplayTop 15
1946Virginia Brown PhiladelphiaMiss Greater PhiladelphiaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Eleanor Kramer LebanonMiss PennsylvaniaVocal “My Hero” from The Chocolate SoldierTop 16Preliminary Talent Award
1945Timmie Weston ClairtonMiss PennsylvaniaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Gloria Bair PhiladelphiaMiss PhiladelphiaDance ” Temptation “Top 13
1944Margie Dorie PittsburghMiss PennsylvaniaVocal “Big Boy Blue”Top 12Multiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Itha Duerrhammer PhiladelphiaMiss PhiladelphiaVocal & Dance
1943Betty Marie Marcus KensingtonMiss Eastern PennsylvaniaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

June McAdams PhiladelphiaMiss Philadelphia
Emma Hammermeister PittsburghMiss Western PennsylvaniaDance & Baton TwirlingTop 10
1942Geraldine Powell PhiladelphiaMiss PhiladelphiaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Ruth Elfreda Schmidt PittsburghMiss Western Pennsylvania
1941Catherine Jane Albert CoatesvilleMiss Eastern PennsylvaniaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Carrie de Ludo PhiladelphiaMiss Philadelphia
Roselle Hannon PittsburghMiss Western PennsylvaniaVocal ” Because of You “1st runner-upPreliminary Talent Award
1940Dorothy A. Wall LansdowneMiss Delaware CountyMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Mildred Saha SecaneMiss Eastern PennsylvaniaTop 15
Frances Marie Burke PhiladelphiaMiss PhiladelphiaVocal / Dance “I Can’t Love You Anymore”Winner
Alberta Louise Carts PittsburghMiss Western PennsylvaniaTop 15
1939Emma Louise Knoell PhiladelphiaMiss Eastern PennsylvaniaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Ruth Phyllis Willock PittsburghMiss Pennsylvania
Nancy Lee PhiladelphiaMiss Philadelphia
1938Wilma Kaspar RahnsMiss Eastern PennsylvaniaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Kathryn “Kay” Buckley PhiladelphiaMiss PhiladelphiaSwing VocalTop 15
Ruth Willock PittsburghMiss Western Pennsylvania
1937Beryl Kober ChalfontMiss Eastern PennsylvaniaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Kathryn Crase PhiladelphiaMiss Philadelphia
Kathryn H. Kendrick SunnybrookMiss Sunnybrook
1936Margie Sossong ScrantonMiss AnthraciteMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Elaine Miller ChesterMiss ChesterTop 15
Ellen McCormick LancasterMiss Lancaster
Joan Frankenburg MiquonMiss Montgomery County
Rose Coyle PhiladelphiaMiss PhiladelphiaVocal / Tap Dance “I Can’t Escape From You” & “Truckin'”Winner
Bonnie Boyle PittsburghMiss PittsburghTop 15
Anna Julia Zaker ReadingMiss ReadingTop 15
Marie Ketter RidgwayMiss Western Pennsylvania
Sallie Hinton YorkMiss York
1935Loretta Gale Tarle BridgeportMiss BridgeportMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Helen Rita Skelly ConshockenMiss Conshohocken
Florence Carman Upper DarbyMiss Delaware County
Margie Godwin PhiladelphiaMiss Mayfair
Marie Baumgard NorristownMiss Montgomery County
Helen Keaser NorristownMiss NorristownVocal Medley “Tell Me That You Love Me Tonight” & “You’re a Heavenly Thing”Top 12
Jean McCool PhiladelphiaMiss PhiladelphiaVocal Medley “Lovely To Look At” & “Little Things You Used To Do”Top 12
Henrietta Leaver [68] Pittsburgh19Miss PittsburghVocal / Tap Dance “Living In a Great Big Way”Winner
Alice Brown ScrantonMiss Scranton
Claire Spirit TamaquaMiss Tamaqua
Lenore Pollock West PhiladelphiaMiss West PhiladelphiaVocal, Piano, Banjo & Dance ” Dark Eyes ” & ” My Man “Top 12
Gertrude Schappert Wilkes BarreMiss Wilkes Barre
1934
No pageant was held
1933Geraldine Glassman17Top 18
1932
No pageants were held
1931
1930
1929
1928
1927Florence KoonsMiss PennsylvaniaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Kathleen CoyleMiss PhiladelphiaTop 5
Mary MillnackMiss Pittsburgh
Dorothea DitmerMiss RochesterTop 10
Esther J. CantorMiss Wilkes Barre
1926Name unknownMiss LancasterMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Anna Mae ReeferMiss PhiladelphiaTop 15
Thelma WilliamsMiss Pittsburgh
Esther WeissingerMiss Pottsville
Illa WilliamsMiss Scranton
Helen Villet GrantMiss Wilkes Barre
Name unknownMiss Williamsport
1925
Annette JacksonMiss Philadelphia
N/A
Disqualified for being a professional model
Mary Ann GuthMiss ErieMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Estella WittellMiss Lancaster
Mildred WalkerMiss PittsburghTop 15
Elsie GallagherMiss Pottsville
Florence ZawidskiMiss Reading
Beula KeatorMiss Scranton
Mildred ShermanMiss Uniontown
1924
Ruth Malcomson [69] PhiladelphiaMiss PhiladelphiaWinnerAunt of Miss Pennsylvania 1956, Lorna Malcomson Ringler, and great-aunt of Miss Delaware 1981, Jodi Meade Graham
Katherine BrownMiss AltoonaMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Margaret McGeeMiss Delaware County
Name unknownMiss Erie
Letne von Alt JohnstownMiss Johnstown
Stella Springer LancasterMiss Lancaster
Name unknownMiss Marcus Hook
Dorothy E. Gross NorristownMiss Norristown
Helen Steubne PittsburghMiss Pittsburgh
Nellie M. Paige ReadingMiss Reading
Theresa MatzerMiss Wilkes Barre
1923Helen Noble AllentownMiss AllentownMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Margaret Lillian RossMiss Altoona
Agnes Connelly ErieMiss Erie
Helen R. Knisely HarrisburgMiss HarrisburgTop 23
Betty Grening JohnstownMiss JohnstownTop 23
Cora Frey LancasterMiss Lancaster
Grace Kohr LebanonMiss Lebanon
Mildred Maconachy NorristownMiss Norristown
Marion Green PhiladelphiaMiss Philadelphia4th runner-up
Isabel LynchMiss Pottsville
Jane Ondeck ReadingMiss ReadingTop 23
Mary BottoMiss Sunbury
1922Ellen Sherr AllentownMiss AllentownMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Anna Maria BurkeMiss Chester
Dorothy Haupt EastonMiss Easton
Thera McDonnel ErieMiss Erie
Gertrude Shoemack HarrisburgMiss Harrisburg
Velma Zeigler JohnstownMiss Johnstown
Elsie Blumenstock LancasterMiss Lancaster
Kitty Molineaux PhiladelphiaMiss Philadelphia
Rae Bennett PittsburghMiss Pittsburgh
Leah KnappMiss Pottstown
Evelyn Renninger ReadingMiss Reading
Gladys Greenmeyer West PhiladelphiaMiss West PhiladelphiaAmateur Division Winner
1921Emma Pharo HarrisburgMiss HarrisburgMultiple Pennsylvania representatives

Contestants competed under local title at Miss America pageant

Nellie Orr PhiladelphiaMiss Philadelphia
Thelma Matthews PittsburghMiss Pittsburgh

References[ edit ]

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            Work, health and disability: improving lives

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            We published the government response to this consultation on 30 November 2017.

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            We are seeking views on what it will take to transform employment prospects for disabled people and people with long-term health conditions.

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            This consultation seeks views on how we can halve the disability employment gap. Despite the current record-breaking labour market, 4.6 million disabled people and people with long-term health conditions are out of work. Less than half (48%) of disabled people are in employment, compared to 80% of the non-disabled population.

            Topics in this consultation include the role of employers and work coaches, improvements to the welfare system, investing in innovative services, occupational health support and changing the culture around work and health.

            The Department for Work and Pensions and the Department of Health are keen to hear views from all interested parties, especially disabled people and disability organisations.

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            Graduating from the Mathematics Business and Accounting Program will provide you with many possible career options no matter what program or plan you graduate from. Graduates from our programs and plans are in high demand and are ready for the business world because of the strong foundation they have in mathematics, computer science, business, and accounting, gained from their studies in one the group programs or plans.

            Man jumping down stairs.Mathematics/Chartered Professional Accountancy (CPA)

            Graduates from this plan mostly pursue a CPA designation and work in accounting-related jobs in a variety of companies. Graduates from this plan are in high demand and are well-respected. Some of the jobs that recent graduates have taken are:

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            Can I Become An Accountant With A Math Degree?

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            “I am about to graduate this year with a mathematics degree. I majored in math for the reason that I enjoy it. But then I realized I wasn’t all that thrilled about most of the careers which I saw for mathematicians. I mean, I can’t possibly become a programmer. I am terrible at that stuff. And teaching would really irritate me. And then I got to thinking about accounting. Accountants have to be really good at math, don’t they? And I know way more about math than most people who actually have an accounting degree. The job itself looks interesting and useful, and I’m sure it would pay really well. It definitely sounds more appealing than the other options out there. So can I become an accountant with the degree I have?”

            asked by Dean from Topeka, KS

            You can theoretically become an accountant with a math degree, but not only with a math degree. The reason is that mathematics and accounting overlap, but they are hardly one and the same field. You have learned a ton of mathematics which has no application whatsoever in accounting. That much is true. And you certainly know the basic operations which accountants use each day. But that doesn’t mean you are ready to become an accountant.

            • Do you know even the most basic accounting procedures?
            • How much of your mathematics degree focused on applied math?
            • Were any of your classes focused on mathematics and accounting?

            You have to take at least some basic accounting classes before you can become an accountant.

            That does not necessarily mean that you need to get a second degree, but you certainly should think about at least taking some extra courses.

            And then to top it off, you are going to need to get some work experience as well as pass the CPA exam. You may not necessarily need to be a CPA to get a job in accounting, but you need to be able to demonstrate to a potential employer you are at least on your way in that direction (that is where those basic accounting classes come in).

            Then you can either aim to take the exam and pass it and then get a job, or get a job which is available to you with your limited accounting education and your math degree, and then take the exam when you are ready.

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            This may sound intimidating, but you should not be entirely discouraged. You do have some good things playing out in your favor. You have a math degree, which is a degree not everybody can get.

            You automatically look smart and dedicated when you apply for a job with a math degree, and that is certainly going to weigh in on your side.

            You may want to enroll in a college in some beginning accounting classes and have a talk with an advisor who can help you to figure out the most efficient path to your destination.

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            1. Salwa says:

              I have same case. I am about to graduate this year with a math degree. I intend to take postgraduate degree in accounting. I’m pretty good at logic,analysis, stat, and programming. My GPA is 3.72 (scale 4). I went to a study exhibition and some university representatives advised me to take business, finance, or accounting. Will I get a decent accounting job with only 1.5 years study in post-graduate school? Can I compete with people that have bachelors degrees in accounting? Thank you.

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            A curated list of game development resources to make magic happen.

            License Legends

            • 🆓 – Free
            • 🎉 – Open Source
            • 💰 – Paid
            • 💸 – Partially Free

            Table of Contents

            • Graphics
              • Assets/Placeholders
              • Spritesheet Tools
              • Bitmap Compression
              • Texture Tools
              • Character Generators
              • Tile/Level Editors
              • Animation
              • Vector/Image Editor
              • Modeling
              • Terrain Generators
              • Voxel Editors
            • Code
              • Engines and Frameworks
              • AI
            • Audio
              • Collections
              • Music and Audio Editors
            • Board Games
            • Must see
              • Blogs and Portals
              • Books
              • Magazines
              • Videos/Podcasts
              • Game Jams
              • Project Management
              • Complete Game Sources
            • Ads
            • Learn
              • General Game Development
              • Computer Graphics

            Graphics

            Great graphics placeholders and tools to turn that squared game into a picasso painting

            Assets/Placeholders

            • 🆓 2D Cartoon Mobile Game UI Pack – cartoon user interface asset pack. It comes as a layered psd file.
            • 🆓 420 Pixel Art Icons for RPGs – Set of 420 RPG icons, free for commercial use.
            • 🆓 Blender 3D models – 3D models, particle systems/effects
            • 💸 CGTextures – A large collection of textures.
            • 💸 GameDev Market – a community-driven marketplace that connects indie game developers with talented asset creators.
            • 🆓 Games-Icons Set – free icons for your games.
            • 🆓 Google Poly – Searchable database of 3D models with rotatable previews. (Only remixable models are downloadable.)
            • 🆓 Iconmonstr – Another free icons resource for your games.
            • 💸 Kenney Assets – Royalty free assets
            • 🆓 Liberated Pixel Cup assets – Free graphic assets of the Liberated Pixel Cup (LPC) held by the OpenGameArt forums
            • 🆓 OpenClipart – Collection of free cliparts.
            • 🆓 OpenGameArt – a media repository intended for use with free software game projects.
            • 💰 Oryx Design Lab – Cheap high quality royalty free sprites
            • 💸 PlainTextures – Free high resolution textures, brushes and photos
            • 🆓 Reiner’s Tilesets – A blog with free 2D and 3D graphics.
            • 🆓 Sketchfab – Publish & embed interactive 3D models.
            • 🆓 SpriteLib – a collection of static and animated graphic objects (also commonly known as sprites).
            • 🆓 StickyPNG – Free transparent PNG images.
            • 🆓 TextureKing – Free material stock textures
            • 🆓 Tree Generator – An Online tree generator.
            • 💸 Vecteezy – Free Vector Art.
            • 🆓 Yobi3D – Free 3D model search engine.

            Spritesheet Tools

            • 🎉 Cheetah-Texture-Packer – High efficient and fast 2D bin packing tool
            • 🆓 GraphicsGale – Animation graphic editor easy to use.
            • 🎉 Libgdx Texture Packer – Texture Packer built into Libgdx
            • 🆓 Littera – Bitmap font generator
            • 🆓 ShoeBox – Adobe Air based app with game and ui related tools.
            • 🎉 Sprite Sheet Packer – Combine multiple images into a single sprite sheet and generate a txt map of it.
            • 💸 TexturePacker – Great spritesheet creation editor.

            Bitmap Compression

            • 🎉 ImageAlpha — Mac OS X GUI for pngquant and other tools
            • 💸 Kraken.io – robust, ultra-fast image optimizer and compressor with best-in-class algorithms.
            • 🆓 PNGGauntlet – Smash PNGs for faster sites
            • 🆓 PNGoo – Windows GUI for batch conversion.
            • 🎉 Pngyu – simple PNG image file compression tool.
            • 🎉 SuperPNG Photoshop plug-in — Mac and Windows. Comparison with “Save for Web”
            • 💸 TinyPNG – Advanced lossy compression for PNG images that preserves full alpha transparency.

            Texture Tools

            • 💰 FilterForge – A plugin for Adobe Photoshop that allows you to build your own filters.
            • 💰 PixPlant – PixPlant is a smart 3D texturing tool that creates high quality normal, displacement, specular maps and seamless textures from photos.
            • 💰 STG – a tool for creating professional seamlessly-tileable textures from photographs quickly and easily.

            Character Generators

            • 🆓 Charas – Charas is a charset generator for RPG Maker.
            • 🆓 Loose Leaf – Sprite character generator
            • 🎉 Universal LPC Sprite Sheet Character Generator – Sprite character generator based on the LPC (Liberated Pixel Cup) graphics

            Tile/Level Editors

            • 🆓 ArrayPainter – Array Painter is the easiest and fastest way to make 2D arrays ready for copy pasting into your own program.
            • 💰 AutoTileGen – AutoTileGen is an automatic tileset generator for 2D game terrains.
            • 🎉 OGMO Editor – generic level editor.
            • 🎉 Overlap2D – a 2D level and UI editor with an engine agnostic philosophy.
            • 🆓 Tiled – free, easy to use and flexible tile map editor.

            Animation

            • 💰 Fusion Character Animator – small tool for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 to facilitate the animation of 2D character sprites for developers.
            • 💰 Spine – Spine is dedicated to 2D animation, providing an efficient workflow both for creating amazing animation and for integrating it into your games.
            • 💰 Spriter – Modern tool for sprite animation.
            • 🎉 DragonBones – The Open Source 2D skeleton animation solution for Flash
            • 🎉 LWF – Lightweight SWF. LWF is an animation engine which can play animation data converted from FLASH contents in HTML5, Unity, Cocos2d-x, iOS UIKit, and more.

            Vector/Image Editor

            • 💰 Affinity Designer – Vector graphics editor with a bunch of features which also supports Adobe file formats
            • 💰 Affinity Photo – Photo and raster graphics editor which works together with Adobe file formats and Affinity Designer
            • 💸 Aseprite – animated sprite editor & pixel art tool.
            • 🎉 Gimp – GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed piece of software for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring.
            • 🎉 Inkscape – An open-source vector graphics editor similar to Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Freehand, or Xara X.
            • 🎉 Krita – Krita is a professional FREE and open source painting program. It is made by artists that want to see affordable art tools for everyone.
            • 🆓 Multipaint – A cross-platform (Win, Linux, Mac) image editor/painter which covers the color limitations of 8-bit machines (like C64, ZX Spectrum etc.)
            • 💰 Ormr – Ormr is a fast, light-weight, cross-platform procedural graphics editor.
            • 💸 Paint.NET – Paint.NET is free image and photo editing software for PCs that run Windows.
            • 💰 Pickle – Another Pixel art Editor.
            • 🆓 PiskelApp – Free Online Pixel Art and Animated Sprite Tool.
            • Pixelmator – Full-featured image editing app for the Mac
            • 💰 Pixen – Pixel Art Editor for OSX
            • 🆓 project one – A picture converter and editor for the Commodore 64 covering different graphics mode of this computer. Windows only
            • 💰 PXL8 – A cross platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) pixel art editor in development which aims to be distraction free
            • 💰 PyxelEdit – Pixel art editor designed to make it fun and easy to make tilesets, levels and animations.
            • 🆓 Timanthes – A pixel art editor for the Commodore 64 computer running on Windows
            • Charas – Charas is a charset generator for RPG Maker.
            • Loose Leaf – Sprite character generator
            • Universal LPC Sprite Sheet Character Generator – Sprite character generator based on the LPC (Liberated Pixel Cup) graphics
            • 🆓 Spritemate – Online Editor for Commodore 64 Sprites
            • 💰 Pixelator – Turn any image into fancy pixel-art

            Modeling

            • 🎉 Blender
            • 🆓 MakeHuman
            • 🆓 sculptris
            • 💰 Maya
            • 💰 3ds Max
            • 💰 modo
            • 🆓 Clara.io

            Terrain Generators

            • 🆓 Artifex Terra – Terrain editor for easy and sophisticated landscape painting and editing
            • 🆓 Canyon Terrain Editor – Create quality, realistic terrain quickly and intuitively
            • 🎉 Fracplanet – Fractal planet and terrain generator
            • 🆓 Nem TG – 3D terrain generator
            • 💰 World Creator – Procedural terrain and landscape generation on the GPU in real time, simulation of erosion and sediment, beautiful editor. much more
            • 💰 World Machine – Procedural terrain creation, simulations of nature, and interactive editing

            Voxel Editors

            • 🎉 goxel
            • 🎉 MagicaVoxel
            • 🆓 Q-Block
            • 🆓 Sproxel
            • 🎉 VoxelShop

            Code

            Set of game frameworks, engines and platforms

            Engines and Frameworks

            • 🆓 Agen – Cross-Platform framework for making 2D games with Lua, compatible iOS, Mac and Windows devices.
            • 🎉 Allegro – Allegro 4 & 5 are cross-platform, open source, game programming libraries, primarily for C and C++ developers.
            • 🎉 AndEngine – 2D Android Game Engine
            • 🎉 Azul3D – A 3D engine written in Go.
            • 🎉 Bacon2D – A framework to ease 2D game development, providing ready-to-use QML elements representing basic game entities needed by most of games.
            • 🎉 Bladecoder – Classic point and click adventure game engine and editor.
            • 💸 Blend4Web – A Javascript framework for creating and displaying interactive 3D computer graphics in web browsers.
            • Blitz3D 3D basic-like programming language for fast 3D desktop games.
            • 🎉 Box2D – A 2D Physics Engine for Games.
            • 🎉 Bullet – Real-time physics simulation.
            • 🎉 CRYENGINE – A pay what you want next gen 3D game engine written in C++.
            • 🎉 Chipmunk C# – C# implementation of the Chipmunk2D lib.
            • 🎉 Chipmunk2D – A fast and lightweight 2D game physics library.
            • 🎉 Cinder – Cinder is a community-developed, free and open source library for professional-quality creative coding in C++.
            • 🎉 Cocos Creator – Cocos Creator, a free cross-platform game development editor supporting Cocos2d-js, helps developers build 2D and 3D game scenes, edit game UI and other game resources quickly and efficiency.
            • 🎉 Cocos2D – graphic library for games and multimedia, for python language
            • 🎉 Cocos2d-x – a C++ OpenGL 2D and 3D game engine. Uses C++ but has JS and Lua bindings. Target all the major mobile platforms and operating systems. Additional tools CocoStudio and Cocos Code IDE.
            • 💸 Construct 2 – an HTML5 game maker, meaning you are not actually writing JavaScript. Instead, you use actions, events and conditions to do the heavy lifting.
            • 💰 CopperCube3D – CopperCube is an all-in-one 3D game engine.Very easy to use.
            • 🎉 Coquette – A micro framework for JavaScript games. Handles collision detection, the game update loop, canvas rendering, and keyboard and mouse input.
            • 🆓 Corona SDK – A Cross-Platform Mobile App Development for iOS and Android.
            • 🎉 Dash – A free and open 3D game engine written in D.
            • 🆓 Defold – Free 2D Game Engine for Cross-Platform Publishing
            • 🎉 Duality – C# / OpenGL 2D Game Engine that comes with visual editor.
            • 🎉 ENGi – A multi-platform 2D game library for Go.
            • 🎉 Ebiten – A dead simple 2D game library in Go.
            • 🎉 Ejecta – A Fast, Open Source JavaScript, Canvas & Audio Implementation for iOS.
            • 🎉 EnchantJS – A simple JavaScript framework for creating games and apps.
            • 🎉 FXGL – A JavaFX/Kotlin game engine for Win/Mac/Linux.
            • 🎉 Farseer – a collision detection system with realistic physics responses.
            • 🎉 FlashPunk – free ActionScript 3 library designed for developing 2D Flash games.
            • 🎉 Flixel – an open source game-making written in ActionScript3.
            • 💰 GameMaker – GameMaker accommodates the creation of cross-platform video games using drag and drop or a scripting language known as Game Maker Language, which can be used to develop more advanced games that could not be created just by using the drag and drop features.
            • 💸 GameSalad – Game Creation Engine for Mac and Windows.
            • 🎉 Gideros – A Cross-Platform framework to create Mobile Apps and games for iOS, Android using Lua programming language.
            • 🎉 Godot – An advanced, feature-packed, multi-platform 2D and 3D open-source game engine.
            • Grid – Lua Game Engine.
            • Havok Vision – a cross-platform game engine that provides a powerful and versatile multi-platform runtime technology.
            • 🎉 HaxeFlixel – Create cross-platform games easier and free.
            • 🎉 Haxor – Combine the power of HaXe language and HTML5+WebGL to easily develop powerful applications that can run in any modern browser.
            • Hive3D – Real Time Collaboration 3D engine.
            • 🎉 Horde3D – small open source 3D rendering engine.
            • 💰 ImpactJS – Impact is a JavaScript Game Engine that allows you to develop stunning HTML5 Games for desktop and mobile browsers.
            • 🆓 Inform7 – A design system for interactive fiction based on natural language.
            • 🎉 Ink – Scripting language for writing interactive narrative.
            • 🎉 Irrlicht – open source high performance realtime 3D engine written in C++.
            • 🆓 JPCT – jPCT is a 3D engine for desktop Java and Google’s Android.
            • 🎉 Jitter – a fast and lightweight physics engine written in C#.
            • 🎉 Juno – Framework for making 2D games with chunky pixels in Lua
            • 🎉 Kivent – A 2D game framework for Kivy.
            • 🎉 Kivy – Cross platform Python framework for creating apps and games for Linux, Windows, OS X, Android and iOS
            • 🎉 KiwiJS – a fun and friendly Open Source HTML5 Game Engine. Some people call it the WordPress of HTML5 game engines
            • 🎉 LibGDX – Powerful (totally free) library for Java, code once and run the game on desktop, Android, Web, and iOS.
            • 🎉 LimeJS – HTML5 game framework for building fast, native-experience games for all modern touchscreens and
            • 🎉 Loom SDK – 2D mobile app and game framework with live reload of code and assets, AS3/JS/C#-like scripting language, and powerful 2D rendering and UI framework. Open source with paid “Turbo” service.
            • 🆓 LuaStudio – Cross-Platform framework/development tool for making 2D/3D games with Lua/LuaJIT, compatible iOS, Android, Mac and Windows devices.
            • 🆓 Lumberyard – Amazon Lumberyard is a free AAA game engine deeply integrated
            • 🎉 LumixEngine – 3D Game engine built on C++.
            • 🎉 Lums – A 2D / 3D framework written in C++11. Very efficient and modern. Still under heavy development.
            • 🎉 LÖVE – Lua 2D Game Engine.
            • 🎉 MINX – Open Source 2D game framework written in C++ (to the style of XNA)
            • 🎉 MOAI – Cross-Platform framework designed for pro game developers to create iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, Chrome and OSX games using C++, OpenGL and Lua scripting.
            • 🎉 Matter.js – a 2D physics engine for the web.
            • 🎉 MelonJS – open source light-weight HTML5 game engine.
            • 🆓 Monkey X – Multi-platform programming language and cross-compiler, aimed at fast game programming.
            • 🎉 Monogame – Open Source implementation of the Microsoft XNA 4 Framework.
            • 🆓 NodeBox – a family of Python tools to create generative design.
            • 🎉 ODE – ODE is an open source, high performance library for simulating rigid body dynamics.
            • 🎉 Ogre3D – is a scene-oriented, real-time, flexible 3D rendering engine (as opposed to a game engine) written in C++.
            • 🎉 OpenFL – Open Source Haxe Engine for making multi-platform games.
            • 🎉 OpenRA – OpenRA is a Libre/Free Real Time Strategy Game Engine.
            • 🎉 Origamijs – Lightweight Library to create using HTML5 Canvas.
            • 💰 PICO-8 – A fantasy console for making, sharing and playing tiny games and other computer programs.
            • 🎉 Panda3D – a framework for 3D rendering and game development for Python and C++ programs.
            • 🎉 PandaJS – Open Source HTML5 Engine.
            • 🎉 Phaser – free and fast 2D game framework for making HTML5 games for desktop and mobile web browsers, supporting Canvas and WebGL rendering.
            • 🎉 Piston – a modular open source game engine written in Rust.
            • 💸 Pixel Vision 8 – a framework designed to simulate your favorite 8-bit consoles.
            • 🎉 PixiJS – is a newcomer HTML5 game renderer – first released in early 2013. A main appeal of the engine is its use of WebGL for faster performance. If WebGL isn’t supported, the engine falls back to standard canvas.
            • 🎉 Planck.js – 2D JavaScript physics engine for cross-platform HTML5 game development.
            • 💸 PlayCanvas – A WebGL Game Engine.
            • 🎉 Polycode – Open-Source Framework for creating games in C++ (with Lua bindings).
            • 🎉 Processing – Processing is a programming language, development environment for artists, designers, researchers.
            • 🎉 PuzzleScript – open-source HTML5 puzzle game engine.
            • 🎉 PyGame – a 2D game engine in Python.
            • 🎉 QICI – Efficient web-based tool for creating HTML5 games.
            • 💰 RPGMaker – series of programs for the development of role-playing games.
            • 🎉 Rajawali – Android OpenGL ES 2.0/3.0 Engine
            • 🎉 Ren’Py – An open-source visual novel engine using the Python language in simplified form. It supports Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android and iOS.
            • 🎉 Rpgboss – A 2d rpg game engine and editor based on scala and libgdx. Ease of use, with no programming knowledge.
            • 🎉 SDL – SDL is a cross-platform library designed to provide low level access to audio, keyboard, mouse, joystick, and graphics hardware via OpenGL and Direct3D.
            • 🎉 SFML – Simple and Fast Multimedia Library.
            • 🎉 Spring – A powerful free cross-platform RTS engine.
            • 🆓 SpriteKit – iOS/Mac 2D Game Engine.
            • 🎉 Stage.js – Lightweight and fast 2D HTML5 rendering and layout engine for cross-platform game development.
            • 🎉 Starling – The GPU powered 2D Flash API
            • 💸 Stencyl – a game creation platform that allows users to create 2D video games for computers, mobile devices, and the web.
            • 🎉 Superpowers – HTML5 Collaborative 2D/3D Game Maker
            • 🎉 TIC-80 – TIC-80 is a fantasy computer for making, playing and sharing tiny games.
            • 🎉 Three.js – Javascript 3D Library.
            • 🎉 Turbulenz – Turbulenz offers the ability to build, publish, iterate and monetise high-quality games that react like no others, with immersive 3D effects and real-time physics that open up a whole new world of unprecedented and extraordinary web content.
            • 🎉 Twine – Downloadable or browser-based game development platform that allows users to create linked story paths. Not just text-based, Twine supports music, images, and sound effects. Very little coding knowledge required for basic text adventure games.
            • 💸 Unity 3D – A development engine for the creation of 2D and 3D games and interactive content.
            • 🆓 Unreal Engine 4 – the new game engine technology developed by Epic Games.
            • 🎉 Urho3D – Cross-platform rendering and game engine.
            • 🎉 Vassal – Vassal is a game engine for building and playing online adaptations of board games and card games. Play live on the Internet or by email. Vassal runs on all platforms, and is free, open-source software.
            • 🎉 Wave – Cross-platform engine written in C#
            • 🎉 WhiteStorm.js – 3d javacript framework for building apps and games
            • 🎉 XNA – Microsoft’s game development framework.
            • 🎉 Xenko – Open Source C# Game Engine.
            • 🎉 bgfx – Cross-platform, graphics API agnostic, “Bring Your Own Engine/Framework” style rendering library.
            • 🎉 gameplay – A free, open-source, cross-platform, 2D + 3D game framework written in C++. It is aimed towards indie game developers who are creating desktop and mobile games.
            • 🎉 ggez – A Rust library to create Good Games Easily.
            • 🎉 iio.js – A javascript library that speeds the creation and deployment of HTML5 Canvas applications
            • 🎉 jMonkeyEngine 3 – a 3D open-source game engine for adventurous Java developers.
            • 🎉 p2.js – JavaScript 2D physics library
            • 🎉 voxel.js – voxel.js is a collection of projects that make it easier than ever to create 3D voxel games like Minecraft all in the browser.

            AI

            • 🎉 Fluent Behaviour Tree – C# behaviour tree library with a fluent API released under MIT.
            • 🎉 SimpleAI – C++11 behaviour tree based library with a QT5 based remote debugger (and with optional LUA bindings) released under MIT.

            Audio

            Audio editors, sounds collections and more.

            Collections

            • 🆓 Free Game Sounds – Archive of all kinds of royalty-free game sounds.
            • 🆓 Freesound – collaborative database of Creative Commons Licensed sounds.
            • 🆓 Musopen – Royalty free music.
            • 🆓 Octave – free library of UI sounds.
            • 🆓 PacDV – royalty free sounds collection.
            • 🆓 SoundBible.com – Royalty-free, searchable archive of sound effects under various licenses.

            Music and Audio Editors

            • 🎉 Audacity – open source, cross-platform software for recording and editing sounds.
            • 🆓 Audiosauna – transforms your web browser into a fast and flexible music production studio with built in synthesizers and live effects.
            • 🆓 Audiotool – Online music producer.
            • 🆓 Bfxr – A tool to make sound effects for computer games.
            • 🆓 Bosca Ceoil – Online (and also desktop) music producer made by Terry Cavanagh. Simple, intuitive, has a distinctive retro-ish sound.
            • 🆓 ChipTone – Online sound effect generator
            • 🆓 FamiTracker – free windows tracker for producing music for the NES/Famicom-systems.
            • 🆓 iNudge – Create sound patterns online.
            • 🎉 jfxr – A JavaScript port of the Bfxr sound effect generator.
            • 🎉 LMMS – Cross-platform music production software.
            • 🆓 MadTracker – a powerful and efficient approach to making music. Versatility and compatibility are guaranteed due to full VST™, ASIO™ and ReWire™ support.
            • 🎉 MilkyTracker – open source tracker for Mac/Linux/Windows platforms.
            • 🎉 musagi – open source, fairly large and sophisticated music editor and synthesizer
            • 🎉 Sekaiju – Open Source MIDI sequencer.
            • 🆓 Soundation – Online Professional music studio.
            • 🆓 SunVox – a small, fast and powerful modular synthesizer with pattern-based sequencer (tracker).

            Board Games

            Tools for making board games

            • 🆓 Boardgamizer – Board Game Design Idea Generator.
            • 🎉 RPTools – a brand of open-source programs designed to enhance traditional pen-and-paper role playing games.

            Must see

            Blogs, portals, magazines and more

            Blogs and Portals

            • Amit’s Game Programming
            • BigSushi
            • Designer Notes
            • Emanuele Feronato’s Blog
            • Extraguy
            • Gamasutra
            • Game Development on StackExchange
            • GameDev
            • GameDevs.org
            • Game Hero
            • GameJolt
            • GameMarketeers
            • Greenlit Gaming
            • HTML5 Game Devs Forum
            • HobbyGameDev
            • Html5 Game Development
            • IndieDB
            • Indius
            • Mod DB
            • Java Gaming
            • Lost Garden
            • Polygon
            • Real-Time Rendering
            • Slidedb – On Slide DB we give developers a community they can share their ideas with and showcase the work they are doing, beyond the basic app stores and the highly contested “top charts”.
            • Superlevel
            • TIGSource
            • TruePCGaming
            • WhatGamesAre
            • iforce2d
            • indiegames
            • indievault

            Books

            • 3D Math Primer for Graphics and Game Development
            • Artificial Intelligence for Games
            • Essential Mathematics for Games and Interactive Applications: A Programmer’s Guide
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            The Glamorgan Gazette

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            29th August 1919

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            <â� â��wnâ��â��â��mmâ��tm The laundry prices for shirts, and sheets, and cuffs and collars, have grown to more than they care for, and Ogmore, therefore, is running a laundry of its own. Pbintbd 4ND PUBLUHIID BY thb CENTRAL Gumomm Printing AND Pdblibhing Compani, LtD.. i* TUN Glamorgan Ã�AZBTT." Omen, fmm. t STUM, Bridgbnd, Glamorgan. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1919.

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            Local Man’s Success at Llarwrtyd Wei-s.- At the Holiday School Listed,.rod last week at Llanwrtyd Wells, Mr. Silas Morris, Maesteg. took away half the prize for the open male solo competition. Maesteg Colliers’ Spree.â��Three Maesteg colliers, who spent their time not wisely nor well, were summoned at Bridgend on Satur- day. Evan D. Richards and Andrew Richards were fined ti each for being drunk and re- fusing to quit the Clarence Hotel, Maesteg. E\an D. Richards was fined L2 for assaulting (\ ril Perkins, proprietur of a fish shop, and Wkiliani George Hinkin was fined £1, and Evan Richards a further £1 for assaulting I. v Perkins. The three defendants were aboorder*? to pay £ 10 to cover the damage to property in Mr. Perkins’s shop. Deserved Congratulations.-At a meeting of the Maesteg District Boxing and Football Association, held last Wednesday night at the Castle Hotel, Mr. W. J. Abraham (treasurer), presented the balance sheet for the Boxing Tournament, held on the Maesteg Football Ground on August oth. After paying all ex- penses there was a balance of, which will be devoted to carrying o»t further improve- ments in the tieid treh as eItC. The committee is to be congratulated upon the excellent result of the tournament, which was only obtained by hard work. Great praise is due to Mr. C. B. Thomas (organiser), Mr. R. J. Pole (hon. secretary), the treasurer, and Chairman of committee.

            CAERAU AND NANTYFFYLLON. )


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            CAERAU AND NANTYFFYLLON. ) Noddfa.â��At the evening service at Noddfa. Chapel, Caerau, on Sunday evening a fine rendering of "The Good Shepherd" was given by Madam Eleanor Jones, Hudson, who is a sifter of the highly respected pastor of the church (Rev. Peledrus Jones). The item, which was accompanied by Mr. Willie Evans, C R A.M. Nantyffyllon, was very pleasing, and thoroughly appreciated. Holiday Badge Club. An enthusiastic meeting was held at the Blaenllynti Hotel last Monday evening to consider the advisability j of forming a holiday badge club. After some discussion, it was unanimously decided that a club be at once formed. The membership will be considerably increased this season. The following officers were appointed:â��Chair- man, Mr. Trevor Price; secretary, Mr. Eddie Harris joint treasurers, Messrs. D. J. Davies and Howell John. Discharged Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Federa- tion A well attended meeting, under the auspices of the Discharged Soldiers and Sailors’ Federation was held at the Caerau Library on Saturday evening last to corsider the report of the auditors, which was quite satisfactory. The resignation of Comrade Hoskins was accepted, and Comfa.die W. T. Ellis was elected as the financial secretary. There were several new members appointed on < the committee. The chair was occupied by Mr. D. W. Dhenin. Death.â��We regret to record the death of Harry Slocombe, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Slocombe, 9, Church Street, Caerau. who passed away on August 8th. The interment took place at Ogmore Vale Cemetery, the Rev. R. Davies (vicar), officiating. The chief mourners were:â��Mr. and Mrs. Slocombe (father and mother); Master Claude Slocombe (brother); Mr. J. Slocombe (grandfather); Mr. W. Thomas, Mr. E. Thomas, Mr. W. Slo- combe. Mr. F. Slocombe, Mr. P. Slocombe, Mr. J. Cousins, Mr. H. Kiffe (uncles), Mr. J. Rees, Mr. D. Willia ms, Master Gwyn Cousins, and Cyril and Harry Slocombe (cousins). There were many beautiful floral tributes. Mishap to Caerau Boy.-Gre.&t excitement prevailed at Caerau on Friday last. Stanley Davies, the 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Davies, 73 Caerau Road., was playing with other lads, when the kite they were fly- ing got caught in some electric wires, and Stanley, being the bravest and most venture- some of the company, climbed the pole. Un- fortunately, his elbow came in contact with a live wire. He was badly burnt, and receiv- ing a very severe shock, he fell to the ground. and lay motionless. Dr. J. Harris Jones was immediately summoned, and attended to the injuries. The lad was conveyed home in Dr. Jones’s car. He was in rather a critical con- dition during Friday evening and Saturday. Special mention should be made of the ser- vices rendered by Mrs. G. B. Jones. who is al- ways ready in case of emergency. All will be pleased to know that the lad is now making satisfactory progress. Fatal Fail.-Qiiite a sensation was caused on Tuesday morning over the sad news that Mr. William Griffiths, coal merchant, resid- ing at 1, Bedw Street, had died from the re- suM of 4 fall near Coegnant Tip. Half an hour previous deceased was seen having a very interesting conversation with Mr. Griffith Howell, and some other tradesmen in Caerau Road. He then proceeded down to Coegnant Tip, calling on his way to deliver a parcel at the house. Immediately he arrived he slipped, and fell awkwardly between two stones. His haulier, Mr. Tom Goodenough, who was standing near, picked him up, and he died in his arms. He was taken on a stretcher to his residence. The occurrence cast a gloom over the district. Deceased was held in high esteem, and was well liked by all who came in contact with him. He had a. kind word for all, and his humour, and gen- ial disposition, gained him many friends. Deep sympathy is felt with the widow and family. Inquests. Mr. L. M. Thomas (district coroner) held an inquiry at Caerau Police Station on Wednesday morning into the cir- cumstances of the death of the late Mr. Chas. Turner, who was killed at Caerau Colliery on Monday evening. Mr. Thos. Lewis was fore- man ot the jury. â��After the evidence, the Coroner, in summing up, said it was quite an accident, and there was no one to blame.â�� The jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death. Following this, at the same place, another inquest was held touching the death of Mr. Wm. Griffiths, Bedw Street, Caerau, coal merchant, aged .52, who died suddenly on Tuesday morning.â��Mr. Tmas Goodenough, 31 Railway Terrace, CaeraA, stated deceased employed him as a haulier. He was standing on Tuesday morning, at the bottom of Coeg- naut Tips. Deceased was coming down the tip, and when almost at the bottom he slipped on a stone, and fell forward rather awkwardly amongst very rough stones. He (witness) ran and picked him up, and undid his muffler and shirt band, but he died imme- diately, in his arms.â��The Coroner: Was he a heavy man â��Witness: He was about my build not by any means a heavy man.â��The Foreman: Was he carrying anything at the tirne.N,o.-Dr. J. Harris Jones said he was summoned to Xo. 1 Bedw Street, on Tuesday morning. Deceased was then dead. There were no marks to be seen anywhere. Appar- ently he had fallen en his neck. There was a distinct dislocation of the neck, severing the spinal col -d The jury returned a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.

            I MAESTEG FLOWER SHOW. I


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            MAESTEG FLOWER SHOW. I The annual exhibition under the auspices of the Maesteg and District Allotment and Cot- tage Gardeners’ Association was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday last wfeek. The pre- sident is Mr J. W. Hutchinson (general mana- ager of Messrs. North’s Collieries); vice-presi- dents, Messrs. W. Griffiths, John Evans, C.C., G. Lipscomb, D. Evans, E. E. Davies, E. Bar- nett, C.C. chairman of committee. Mr. Dd. J. Jones; vice-chairman, Mr. W. Williams; treasurer. Councillor Philip Jones; hon. sec- retaries, Messrs. A. R. Barnett, 7 Tonycoed Row. Caerau, and Thos. Jones, 12 Coronation Terrace, Nantyffyllon. Mr. H. Wheeler, The Gardens, Wenvoe Castle, was the judge, and Mr. Parker. Pontypridd, acted as judge of the allotment plots. In the tinavaida-ble absence of Mr. J. W. Hutchinson, Mr. Rees Rees (agent of the Celtic Collieries) opened the show. He said he rejoiced to do something to assist those who were assisting themselves. He was pleased the committee had organised a show that was a credit to the district. The display of vegetables was first- hand evidence of the interest taken by the allotment holders in garden produce. Whilst interesting themselves in the cultivation of land they were at the same time doing the country an immense amount of good in pro- viding the necessaries of life, and he would always be ready to render them all the assist- ance within his power. He had much pleas- ure in declaring the show opened. Mr. H. Wheeler, the judge, said tlw ex- hibits would compare very favourably with any in the Cnittu Kingdom.â��Mr. D. J. Jones proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. Rees for opening the show, and to Mr. Wheeler for his encouraging remarks.â��Mr. W. Williams seconded, and it was carried. A feature of the show was two exhibitions, one illustrating a simple method of preserv- ing fruit, vegetables, etc., demonstrated by Mr. Vincent Banks, chief demonstrator of the Board of Agriculture; and the other exhibi- tion. under Mr. W. Skinner (inspector, of the Board of Agriculture for the Maesteg district) illustrating the different diseases of potatoes. Something to be proud of was a collection of immune varieties, numbering 50, grown in the District Council allotments at Maesteg. The judge of the allotments competition (Mr. Parker. Pontypridd) said he would like allot- ment holders to bear in mind that they should grow a clean type of immune variety, as many of the allotment holders lost a large number of points through having "rogues" among their potato crops. He could see that immune varieties had been introduced into the show for the first time. and some of what was exhibited were very costly, i.e.. the seed was costly in the tirst instance. He congratulated them upon the assistance given by Mr. Chas. Yeo (Bridgend), who was an expert Govern- ment official for the county, and Mr. W. Sk-inn-er, inspector for the Maestes district who had been awarded a diploma of the Royal Horticultural Society in recognition oi ser- vices rendered on behalf of the Food Produc- tion Committee, London, in giving expert ad- vice in matters appertaining to horticulture. He was practically the only miner in the coun- ,try who had been awarded this diploma. Mr. Skinner worked under ground every day. and tor the last two years had been studying the 18 diseases in potatoes. He had also given lectures in different parts of the country on these diseases. The potato is the king of vege- tables. Germany taught them a lesson during the war by growi 55 tons of potatoes to every 100 acres whilst every hundred acres in England and Wales only grew five tons. The number of allotments in the Llvtii Valley was 1,800, and the approximate amount of pota- toes grown in these allotments was 900 tons. The district was freer than ever from wart disease. Mr. Skinner was very interested in the allotment movement, the foundation- stone of which was laid in the cultivation of his own allotment. In Devonshire he saw the first allotment, and came to the conclu- sion that what was possible in Devonshire was also possible in Maesteg, and the Govern- ment privilege granted in one county should also be granted in another. On his re- turn he approached the District Council for a plot of land, and within a month organised for 26 applicants, and that is now the oldest allotment in the district, after two years of agitation. The show was well attended, and financially a success. A crate of produce was sent to the Cottage Hospital. All exhibitors who wished allowed exhibits to remain on the tables, and the produce was sold by auction at the close of the day. Much praise is due to the chief officials, who energetically organised the suc- cessful display. Following are the prize- winners :â�� OPEN CLASSES. Collection of Vegetables (9 distinct varie- ties): 1, John Jones. Ammanford; 2, W. H. Phillips, Ammanford 3, John Deacon, Peny- fai special prize. Richard Harry, Bridgend. Potatoes (4 dishes of immune varieties): 1, R. Harry; 2. J. Deacon; 3, Thos. Cooper, Margam Street, Caerau. Dish of immune varieties (round): 1. John Deacon 2. W. G. Thomas, 4 Exchange Street, Maesteg 3, Thos. Cooper. Dish of immune varieties (kidney): 1. R. Harry; 2, Jonathan Martin, Treharne Road, Caerau; 3, W. G. Thomas. Dish of immune varieties (coloured, round): 1, Jonathan Martin; 2, Thos. Cooper; 3, John Deacon. Coloured Kidney: 1. R. Harry; 2, Edward Cappell. Tonycoed Rov;, Caerau; 3, Thomas Cooper. Long Carrots: 1, John Jones, Ammanford- 2, Richard Harry. Short Carrots: 1, Thos. Davies, Aelvbryn. Llangynwyd 2. John Jones; 3, R. Harry. Long Beetroot: 1, Lewis Lewis, 3 New Road, Ammanford 2, John Jones 3. Richard Harry. Long Parsnips: 1. Richard Harry; 2, John Jones 3. John Deacon. Three Sticks Celery: 1, W. H. Phillips; 51 Walters Road, Ammanford; 2, John Deacon; 3. Lewis Lewis. Peas: 1, John Jones; 2. Wm. Hollister, Police Station, Llangynswyd; 3, Dd. Andrews, 19 Garn Road, Maesteg. Runner Beans: 1, John Jones; 2, Richard Harry; 3, John Deacon. Three Bottles of Fruit: 1. W. G. Thomas; 2, David Richards. Salisbury Road, Maesteg; 3, John Deacon. SECTION 2.-FI-ve Mile Radius. Collection of Vegetables (six distinct varie- ties): 1, G. Leach, Letty Brongu; 2, Llew. Thomas. 19 Magazine St., Caerau, and Evan Petty. 31 Station St., Maesteg (divided). Two dishes immune variety: 1, W. G. Thomas; 2, Jonathan Martin.; 3, John Lewis, Victoria St., Caerau. Dish of Sharpe’s Express or Duke of York: 1, Edward Cappell; 2, Wm. Hollister; 3, T. Davies, Llangynwyd. Dish of Great Scot: 1, Wm. Cappell; 2, Geo Edwards, 32 Ivor St., Maesteg; 3, V. G. Leach. Dish of Majestic: 1, Elbert Hatton, 57 Tre- harne Road, Caerau; 2, Thos. Cooper; 3, Jonathan Martin. Dish of Ally: 1, ‘W, H. Thomas, 21 Coeg- nant Road, Caerau; t 2. Wm. Cummick, 33 Station Street, Maesteg 3, Geo. Edwards. Dish of Templar: 1, Thos. Rees. 55 Salis- bury Road, Maesteg: 2, Ivor J. Petty, 33 Ivor Street; 3, James Thomas, 2 Wood St., Maes- teg. Dish of Abundance: 1, W. G. Thomas; 2, V. G. Leach; 3, Jonathan Martin. Dish of Langworthy: 1. Mrs. Bray, 77a High Street. Nantyffyllon 2. John Donovan, 4;- St. Michael Road; 3, Daniel Hughes, 6 Upper Street. Dish of any variety: 1, W. G. Thomas; 2, Alfred Long, 16 Carmen Street, Caerau; 3, Jonathan Martin. Six Spring Onions: 1, Evan Petty; 2, W. Cappell; 3, Thos. Davies. Four Parsnips: 1. Thos. Davies; 2, Alfred Long 3. Thos. Davies. Four Long Carrots 1, Thos. Davies; 2. V. G. Leach; 3, Evan Petty. Short Carrots: 1, Thos. Davies: 2, Thomas Davies. Llan Road; 3, Alfred Long. Long Beetroot: 1. V. G. Leach; 2, Llew. Thomas 3. Evan Petty. Round Beetroot: 1, idris Jenkins, 55 Garn Road; 2. David Jones, Garn Terrace; 3, Dd. Andrews. Three Turnips: 1, R. J. Jones, 10 Wesley St., Caerau; 2, Albert Hatton; 3, James Thomas. Leeks: 1. Evan Petty; 2, Idris Jenkins; 3, John Morgan, 34 Glenavon Terrace, Caerau. Spring Onions (outdoor): i, Thos. Davies; 2. Evan Petty; 3. V. G. Leach. Peas: 1. David Richards; 2, R. J. Jones; 3, John Donovan. Runner Beans: 1, John Donovan; 2, V. G. Leach; 3, John R. Morgan. Dwarf Beans: 1, Thos. Rees; 2, V. G. Leach 3. John Donovan. Broad Beans: 1, David Jones; 2, R. J. Jones 3, V. G. Leach. Celery: 1. George Edwards; 2, John Dono- van 3, Evan Petty. Shallots: 1. Samuel Elias, 16 Greenfield Terrace; 2. John O. Phillips, 24 Bryn Glas, Caerau; 3, V. G. Leach. Brace of Marrows-I, G. Leach: 2, Evan I Petty: 3, John Donovan. Rhubarbâ��1, James Thomas; 2, F. Gar- land, 17 Humphreys Terrace, Caerau: 3, Richard Watkins, 6, Tonycoed Row, Caerau. White Cabbageâ��1, David Andrews: 2, W. H. Thomas: 3, Llewellyn Thomas. Red Cabbageâ��1, Idris Jenkins: 2, James Thomas. ParsJev-1, W. G. Thomas 2, George W. Perry, 26, Bridgend Road. 12 Distinct Varieties of Potatoesâ��1, V. G. Leach. 6 Trinoli Onions (Autumn St)wn)-I, Thomas Jones, Oak Terrace, Coytrahen: 2, John Mathias, 13 Ewennv Road: 3, V G. Leach. Silver ciir for the best collection of varie- ties (nine distinct)-I, Evan Petty. Best Cottage Gardenâ��1, V. G. Leach; 2, Evan Petty. Best Allotment Garden I, Thomas Thomas: Market Street: 2, R. J. Jones, Wesley Street; 3, Price George, 39 Salisbury Road. l>egonias in Bloomâ��1, J. Thomas. Foliage Plant-J. Thomas. Bunch of Cut Flowersâ��1, V. G. Leach 2, W. G. Thomas: 3, R. D. Thomas, 4, Bridgend Road. Ten weeks stock as L-ruwn-1, V. G. Leach. Six Vases Swfet Peasâ��1, Percy Sutton, 3, St. Michael’s Road â�¢ 2, V. G. Le,,ich. Six Blooms oÃ� J.s’er (not less than three Varieties)â��1, V. G. Leach; 2, Daniel Hughes. Cactus Dahliasâ��1, V. G. Leach. Cactus Dahlias (6 Blooms, not .less than 3 Varieties)â��1. V. G. Leach; 2, R. ?, R. V-, Thomas: 3. Pertâ�� atton. Double DahHasâ��1, V. G. Leach. Six Roses (distinct)â��1, H. J. Exall; 2, J. Exall:: 3, V. G. Rose suit-able f^r button-holeâ��1, V. G. Le(‘h’ 2, H. J. Exall. Six Pansies (distinct)-1, V. G. Teach. Wild Flowers (open to school children)â��1, Eddie Lewis, 21. West- Street, Maesteg. Three Pottles of Fruit-I: John Ex,all; 2, David Richards 3. Thomas Thomas. SCHOOL BOYS’ SECTION. I M. T. Edwards won all the prizes in this I Section.

            TRAGIC DEATH OF MR. GEO. THOMAS.…


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            TRAGIC DEATH OF MR. GEO. THOMAS. I ‘n, ‘e"+ a"’d ‘=U’" r I I .J.. I í \i With tragic suddenness the death took place on Ihorsday afternoon last week of Yr. George Thomas, auctioneer and valuer, of 4 LJplii Road, Maesteg. Mr. Thomas and his family had just returned from a holiday. To all appearances, Mr. Thomas was in a perfect state of health. Forty-four years of age, and a native of Lampeter V elf rev, deceased came to Maesteg from Pcntre, Rhondda, where he had been in business for some years with the late Mr. E. F. Davies. He commenced busi- ness at No. 3 Talbot Street, Maesteg, as a collector of taxes under the Inland Revenue Commissioners. and also set up as an -aue- tion-cer and valuer, building up a very success- ful business at Maesteg and other parts of the county. He was a gentleman of great Labll,. and tact, and by HiS genial disposition and open manner, he became very popular. He was a member and deacon at the English Con- gregational Church, where he was. very faith- ful, and will be greatly missed. Also he was a member of the Llynfi Lodge of Free Masons, and an active supporter of every movement connected with the welfare of the town. Mr. Lewis 21. Thomas (district coroner) held the inquest at Maesteg Police Station on Saturday morning. Mr. W. Penry Jones, of 4 Llynii Road (nephew of deceased) said he last saw him alive about 1.45 p.m .on Thursday, the day he died. The doctor attended him about two months ago.â��Dr. Hector Jones (Nantyffyllon) said he knew the deceased well as a patieat. About two months ago deceased consulted him. compiaining of pains in the region of the heart, and shortness of breath after little exertion. The feeble beats of the heart and the faint sound of the pulse pointed to a fatty heart. W itness saw him some time later, when he said he was better. He saw the body on Thursday night, and came to the con- clusion that deceased died from syncope, the result of a fatty heart.â��The Coroner gave a" verdict in accordance with the medical evi- dence. Jfhe funeral took place on Monday amid general manifestations of sorrw. There was a large attendance. Before leaving the resi- dence of the deceased at 4 Llynfi Road, a short service was held at the house, conducted bv Rev. Ben Davies (minister of Castle Street English Congregational Church), assisted by Rer. John Lewis., -AI.A., of Manchester, a very intimate friend of deceased. After the sing- ing of a hymn. the cortege set out for Maes- teg Cemetery, where the interment took place. At the grave-side Rev. Ben Davies officiated, and in a few words stated that deceased was one of the most prominent business men in the town, and his death was like that of a stroke of lightning, and made them think and realise a good deal. The rev. gentleman also paid a glowing tribute to the late Mr. Thomas as an officer of his church. The Llynfi Lodge of P ree Masons, of which deceased was a mem- ber, went through their ceremonies, conduc- ted by the chaplain. Rev. H. M. Jones (Vicar of Llangynwyd). The following members of the lodge were present:â��Messrs. E. W. Jen- kin W T. Lewis. J. R. Snape, Tudor Jones, R. Dooner. W. H. Llewellyn, J. L. Carr, J Hocking. A- Nicholas. Inspector Canton, Messrs. A. E. Lockyer, D. J. Griffiths, David H. Laviers. W. David, loan John, J. Wynne Joufis, T. E. Hopkins, J.P., A. King Davies. Michael Davies (Bridgend), Emrvs Davies, E. W. Jones. Chas. Davies, William Jones, W. McPherson. The following acted as bearersMessrs. E. W. Jones. J. R. Snape. C. Davies. Tudor Jones, Emrys Davies, and A. K. Davies. Prominent among others pre- sent were: Rev. D. John (Canaan). Rev. W. H. Thomas (Tabor). Rev. J. M. Lewis (Taber- nd. R.ev. Robert Allen, ex-Inspector J. Sansom, Messrs. Jenkin Jones. E. E. Davies, Alfred Griffiths, W. H. Richards, T. Perkins. R. Williams, J. Prichard, David Watkins. Ihos. Thoma-s. Geo. Lett, J. Rees, John Davies, W. Akehurst. Wm. Issac (Porthcawl). E. Rws {factory), W. Griffiths, Rees Pro- theroe. W. D. Thomas, W. Bastian, W. P. Prifee, David B.ees, Thomas Jones, A. M. Davies, John Bevan. W7. Grey, W. Burridge. Garfield Williams, Wm. Thomas (Llan). and M. D. Thomas (Pontvcvmmer). Wreaths were sent by "Loving Wife and Son"; "Friends" the Llynfi Lodge of Free Masons "Elizabeth, Sarah Ann, and Mary" Mr. and Mrs. Price, and Gwyn. The chief mourners were:â��Mrs. Thomas (widow), Master Harold Thomas (son); Mr. Wm. Thomas, Narberth (brother); Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, Neath (In-other and sistei–ni-law); Mr. Jas. Thomas, Clynderwen (brother); Mrs. Prosser, Swansea (cousin); Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Jones Ton Pentre (brother-m-lav and -sister-in-law); Mrs S. A. Jones, Ton (sister-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. W., T. Richaords, Ton (brother-in-law and sister-in-law); Mr. W. P. Jones, Mr. A. D. R. Jones, Mr. B. R. Richards (nephews); Mr F. AttewelL Newport (cousin) Mr. Chas. Hunt, Blaen-rhondda (cousin). Widespread sym- pathy is felt with the family in their unex-‘ pected and sad bereavement.

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            I WHAT WE HEAR IN MAESTEG That the weather has got quite "nippy" already. That the recent rain has had a good effect in clearing drains, and flooding (the river banks. That bad news travels faster than good. That quite a chapter of aecideate has happened this week. :1 That two occurred at Cwmdu Colliery on Tuesday. That one sustained a fractured leg, and another a fractured arm. That Mr. Sam Hopkins, the "bird," is having a good time in Pembrokeshire. That he is there for a short holiday with his friend W.H. That two of the "nuts" are also havin? a good time at the Isle of Man." good t i me tt the -,I.,Ie of -Nfan. That nothing has yet been heard of them. That we assume they are having a good J time.  of the Football That Mr. Pole (secretary of the Football Club) has been expecting some controversy after his straight talk at the annual meet- ing of the Club. That evidently all he said was too true. That he was ready in the event of "back | answers." That he seldom indulges in random state- ments.  That the team is looking forward to a good’ season. That the boys are in fine form, and will give a good account of themselves when the time comes. That one or two important vacancies have just occurred in the district. That already canvassing is rife among a section. That we can expect a lively time. That Maesteg branch of the Federation of discharged men has its on all public- appointments. That on account of past services to the country, they claim preferential treatment. That we have heard jf lot from time to time about County Court sittings at Maes- teg. That there is now something in the wind, which is likely to develop into realisation of our long-felt want. That Councillor Alfred Nicholas is still keen in his efforts to secure a visit of the Registrar at Maesteg. That we shall soon be able to say it is an accomplished fact. That he has an inuuential colleague in Mr. Vernon Hartshorn, M.P. That he never makes promises without ful- filling them. That we had better not say anything more for the moment for fear of giving away secrets. That a Police Court is also included in the demand. That, strong hopes are entertained in this direction. That the prospect has received some con- sideration. Let us hope that it will de- develop. That CYTuncillor Nicholas has another "pet" enterprise in the East Ward. That for some time he has promoted a direct route of highway from Bridgend Road through Greenfield .reet. That this would mean the construction of a culvert to the river. That he is still pressing the surveyor of the Council to have the work done. That a 11 the other necessaries are being satisfactorily provided. That Councillor Nicholas has come into prominence these last five years as a public man. That Mr. Thompson (the new secretary of the War Pensions Committee)., is master of the situation. That the Committee do not have it all their own way. That sometimes he has a say in some mat- ters, and when he does it is generally the last word. That if the Committee are to retain his services, he must have more ‘"dibs." That the man who does the work should have the pay. That the committee is about to remove its headquarters; that the notice to quit expires at the end of this month. That they have a place in view on the other side of, the roa d providing terms can be ar- ranged. That Mr. Simpson has had considerable ex- perience in public work. Thaehe was formally a xaeaalaer of Denbigh County Council. That his wide experience has already served him in good stead. That he rather likes Mafisieg, and speaks highly of its he,althy aspects. That Mr. Stephen H. Page is about to: organise a Choral Society at Zoax Chapel. That his intention is to perform some stan- dard work about Christmas time. That he intends giving the young people a musical training during the winter months. That, being a native of Lias Village, he will! have a good draw of singers from Llan and; Cwmfelin. That Cwmfehn is noted for its That Cwmfelin is noted fjar its musical j talent. That the veteran baritone, Mr. Jenkin j Rees, is one of the popular residents of "the! city." That no function of any note take place for miles around without he gets an invitation to join the company. That his good voice is welcomed &vjmywhere, and he never fails to make hiniself heard effectively. That he is one of the pioneers ;EQr a good "joke," and for reciting comical stories he will keep the dullest company in comtinuous laughter. That we express sympathy with Mr Watkyn Davies and his family in their tragic bereave- nient. That Mr. Davies is a surreyor at Cefaa Coed (Merthyr). That he is the eldest son of the late Mr. W. Y. Davies, for many yeariesui-veyor of the Maesteg Urban District Council-then the old Local Board. I That Mr. Watkyn Davies’s son, Major Os- wald Davies. served in H.M. Forces in Egypt for five years. That within two days of his reaching home he contracted a cold, which developed to pneumonia, from which he died. That the inhabitants of the Old Parish all extend to the family heart-felt sympathy.

            WHAT WE HEAR AT CAERAU.


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            WHAT WE HEAR AT CAERAU. That it is full time an ambulance car was provided to convey injured men from the col- lieries to the hospital. That it is a shame sufferers are conveyed sometimes in a coal truck. That some amusement was caused outside a certain establishment last Saturday evening. Tb.at the lady and the manager were having sharp words. That the lady complained of having been supplied with goods of a poor quality. That the manager persisted in saying that they were the best obtainable. That the lady left in despair. That Mr. Tal Jones, the local boxer, did well at Pontycymmer on Friday, winning a good bout on points. That "Trevor," with his musical voice, could be heard giving Tal sound advice. That they arrived home in style. That the excitement* of the bout evidently had some effect on one of the party. That he was to be heard challenging another local boxer. That he also strongly objected to having his "beer" drawn from two taps. That a fine eisteddfod will be held in the Maesteg Town Hall on Christmas Day. That the chief choral competition will be an int-cresting teature. That the members of the various choirs must beiong to one ^congregation. That the news of the death of Mr. George Thomas (auctioneer) cast a gloom over tne district. That he was held in very high esteem throughout the valley. That a bold poster is being exhibited in the window 01 a local grocery establishment. That it conveys great promises to the public for the coming winter. That it boasts of having delivered the goods during the war. That many are of opinion that the same can be said 01 other establishments. ml II â�¢ That a very nice looking young man waited patiently for his lady-love on Caerau Road last Sunday afternoon. That eventually she came round the corner "smiling" her apologies. That he seemed very pleasedj and appar- entiy was not annoyed, because he was again seen at the self same spot the same evening. .1 r That the methods of a local church in’ap- pointmg a new minister are seriously criti- cised. Tha.t apparently some were very dis- appointed on Sunday evening last. That the ifgures for their candidate were not up to expectations. That another ballot takes place on Sunday next. That some of the men employed en the afternoon shift are very satisfied with the pre- sent hours. That they descend by 2.15, and ascend at 9.15 p.m. That they have quite sufficient time to "wet their whistle" by 10 o’clock. 1: That some local young ladies have been suc- cessful on holidays. That they carried away prizes at a carnival held at Senny Bridge. That the resounding baritone from Nanty is making himself known at Llanwrtyd Wells. That he has been successful in some vocal competition&. â�¢ â�¢ «.« »« That he pirspssc?s ,a fule voice. That a tremendous crowd assembled on the Athletic Ground on Saturday last. That great interest is centred in next Sat- urday’s match at Cardiff. That a gruelling game is anticipated, and the local lads are determined to -give a good account of themselves. That Hope Eisteddfod is likely to be a great success. » That Rev. JMyrddin Thomas is an ideal or- ganiser. That the programme for the coming event is really fine. That invitations have been received by local musical enthusiasts to attend a meeting at Maesteg. That the meeting is convened for the pur- pose o?f formmg a choral society to compete at next jean ‘s "aiional. next yeao?s -National." That it is strange Maesteg cannot "paddle their own canee" in ‘this respect. That Nanty and Caerau should form their own society. That Maesteg is continually seeking the sup- part of local voca lists. That am united choir from Caerau and Nanty w,buld give them "pepper." Tliat the arrangements of the Ladies’ Choir are now That probably another chbir, formed by those not. included "in -the select" will be or- ganised. That So lt. D. Davies is spending a nice holiday at Carmarthenshire. That he is very popular locally. That a heated argument took place in a cer- tain fish 4hap ton .Saturday evening. That the ladies in the shop at the time were very amused. That the theme of the discussion was "trap- ping rabbits. That some fnt-eresting scenes weve witnessed on The Square on Sunday evening. That Mr. George ‘Lloyd, the D. S. and S. candidate at the ‘last election, had a few words to say. That the Spiritua’Ti^s were again to the fore. That they were not "having it all their own way. That unless things are conducted a little better, both parties might keep out of the way, and let common-sense prevail. That Mr. Connelly was an interested-spec- tator. That the Football Club has commandeered its building. That they intend erecting a place of wor- ship near the "gasometer.w That there should be a better supply of gas. That it is hardly worth while the coal carts; visiting Caerau.’ That it is time some other arrangements was made concerning the delivery of coal. That a local tradesman was delighted with the solo rendered at Noddfa on Sunday even- ing. That he did not care if there were 26 profes- sors of music present. 1; 1" That it was the finest thing he had heard for a long time. That it was certainly better than what he had listened to at Porthcawl at a service re- cently held on a Sunday evening. That the piano needs attention. That many were surprised that "Willie" condescended to play on such an instrument. That it is to be hoped something better will be found by next Sunday evening. That a musical service is to be held, and it is essential they should provide a musical piano. «

            BETTWS..I


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            BETTWS. I Musical.-At the recent examination of the Lodon College of Music, the following pupils of Miss Sarah Riggs, C.R.A.M., were success- ful :-Elementary: Miss Nancy Rees, Bryncoch, Pass. Primary Miss May Thomas, Llangeinor, (First Class), and Master Thomas Squire Griffiths, Coytrahen (Pass). 6935

            -GARW.


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            GARW. Sunday Concert.â��A successful benefit con- cert was held at the Hippodrome on Sunday evening, Mr. D. J. Rees presiding. The ser- vices of Mr. Harry Jones (Opera Company) and other artistes were given freely. The Garw Glee Party (under the conductorship of Mr. Evan W. Davies) gave spirited renderings of "Destrtiction of Gaza," and "In Absence," and as a finale they combined with the Opera Company (under Mr. Harry Jones) in The Soldiers’ Chorus." All the artistes did well, each item being encored. Special mention must be made of the soprano (Miss Nancy Anetta) in "Ave Maria" and "The Angelus." The latter was included as a special solo in a very effective chorus, "The Harp in the Air,; by the Opera Company. Solos were rendered by Messrs. Lewis Morgan, Albert Kewley, Alex Jones. Bert Apsey, J. Campbell; a duet by Messrs. Ben Davies and Will Jones; and a recitation by Miss Rosie Davies. The accom- panists were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones and Miss Blodwen Bevan. A general vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. Ebenezer James, and seconded by Mr. Arthur Pugh. BLAENGARW. I JS.E.M.S .â��The members of the St. James’ branch of the C.E.M.S. have resumed their meetings for the- winter session. At the annual business meeting the foliewing were elected officers for the ensufng session:â�� President, Rev. J. Davies, L.D. vice-presi- dent, Mr. J. W. English; treasurer, Mr. H. B. Jones: hon. secretary, Mr. J. J. Wil- liams; assist, secretary, Mr. Edmund Vaug- han..On Saturday last the members took nart in a ramble, Merthyrmawr being the se- lected place. Death.â��It is with regret -we record the death of Vincent Miles, the beloved 16-year old son of Mr. and Mrs J. Miles, 21 Herbert Street, Blaengarw. The deceased had) only beeu ill for a short time, though he suffered much during the last week. He passed away early on Tuesday morning, August 12th-a severe blow to the parents whose only son he was. The funeral took, place the follow- ing Saturday at Pontycymer Cemetery. The Rev. W. Thomas officiated, assisted by the Rev. E. M. Evai-is, C.M. Blaengarw. The chief mourners were:â��Mr. and Mrs. Miles (father and mother) Edith, Mattie, and Megan (sisters); Mrs. Davies, Milford Haven (grandmother) Mrs. Lloyd, and Miss Davies, Milford Haven (,uiits) Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Mr. Thomas, Mr. R. Richards, and Mr. S. Thomas (cousins). Wreaths, and floral tributes were sent by the father, mother, sisteis, also from the Sunday Schoo! Class of which deceased was a faithful mem- ber, and from his fellow workmen; Jiis cousins in Mountain Ash; Mrs. Francis, Pontlottyn; and Mrs. Phillip Evans, Blaen- garw. Deep sympathy is felt with the fam- ily, and relatives.

            I • GARW FOOTBALL. I


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            I � GARW FOOTBALL. The prospects of Rugby Football never looked rosier in the Garw. The arrange- ments for the coming season are well in hand. A wi-y enthusiastic committee and a capable secretary, such as Mr. J. Lawrence, wilt en- sure the success of the organising arrange- ments. Pontycymmer will be the centre, and it is proposed to run two Fifteens, and also to stimulate schoolboy Rugby. Several of the former playerss. Feiven, Abraham Davies, Wyn Bevan. T. H. Liedtke, Dick Phillips, Trevor Hughes, etc.�are turning out, and, of course, the products of the Army and Navy Rugby will be much in evidence. While playing the greater and more serious game, time was found for the grand old handling code, and the scarlet jersies will be eagerly awaited. Among them will be found Bryn Rogers, Jenkin Davies, Emlyn Jones, S. D. Lawrence, Luther Lewis, W. Grimths-. J. Price T. Bevan, etc. The team is affiliated with Price, the Welsh Union, and will compete in the Bridgend and District League. Fixtures have already been arranged with Bridgend, Pontardawe, Ogmore, Bryncethin Cefn, Llanharan, Maesteg, Aberavon Steelworks, Bryn, Cardiff Baptists, Aberavon All Whites, etc.

            IGARW GLEANINGS


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            IGARW GLEANINGS I (By LLOFFWR.) The boisterous weather which greeted the return of holiday-makers did not arouse the usual grumbling. The rain was never more welcome. We have hitherto endeavoured to refrain from causing alarm by referring to the true state of the recent water shortage. There is no necessity now for remaining silent. The storage is totally inadequate for the needs of such a big industrial area, and rather than risk another summer like the present, the Council must attend to this question im- mediately. The water supply should be municipalised. There is no other remedy for the present un- satisfactory conditions. Allotment holders have been beaming. The rain, to them just at present, means so much. Already we hear of giant potatoes, etc., which are bound to take the prizes at the forth- coming show of the allotment holders. But surely it is a new departure to have real live babies at a show of garden produce. A silver cup will be given for the bonniest baby. Another interesting addition on this occa- sion will be a demonstration of fruit and vege- table preservation by a lady expert in the em- ploy of the Glamorgan Education Committee. Congratulations to Dr.. Geraint Pennant, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pennant, Pontycymmer, on his ap- pointment as resident medical officer at the Royal Victoria and West Hants Hospital, mouth. There were some capital boxing contests at the Hippodrome on Friday evening. In a 15- round contest between Tal Jones, Caerau, and Bob Mahoney, Tirphil, the verdict went to Jones. The 10-round contest between Evan Wilde, Blaengarw, and ‘Isaac Lewis, Pontycymmer, proved a great slam, and in the third round Wilde put his opponent down and out with a body blow. ¡:’ \1 There are good prospects for Rugby football this winter. The organising work is in cap- able hands, and the grand old game will again lure our youth to healthy recreation. A splendid fixture list has been arranged fo-r the two Fifteens at Pontycymmer, and the club starts off financially sound. .Slowly but surely the Ffaldau improvement is Bearing completion. It is fairly generally felt, though, that the wall should not be built much higher than the road level. A strong railing would be more suitable. A Blaengarw motorist found a new way of repairing a burst tyre the other evening. He packed it with straw, socks, rags, and even petticoats! When Heolycyw was reached we are in- formed that he managed to "get a tube over the telephone." â�¢ â�¢ â�¢ â�¢ s What price the gentleman in blije who had to be held down when passing a certain in- stitution. A young lady from the lower end declares that she is reducing her weight by slee.ping with the window open. In days of old the love-sick swain would play the guitar beneath the window, but in this case we learn the lady sings to her lover. 10. 10. 10 10 Not a hundred miles from where this is written, a lady could be seen the o+her ev? i- ing searching odd corners with the aid of candle light. How many amorous coupes were disturbed? A gentleman from the lower end will ik t visit the dentist unless his hair is well oil? 1. Almost as fashionable as the old gent w ;10) would not allow the executioner to cut his head off until his whiskers had been per- fectly arranged. The  a sei- i otis mood. The haJf-pinters are in a serious mood. The trtitfl  t l ies(-? d?ivs. The truth will out one of these days. One cf them now goes by train to Blaen- garw. He used to walk. The gymnasts had a rare time at Car- marthen. "Put me amongst the girls" seemed to be a favourite ditty, and this per- haps explains the sad mien on their return. Will one of them explain why he paid a M’ill one of  ii- b v lie paid a shilling for two boxes of matches? The warm weather was pretty trying, but surelv there was no need for a local engine- man to divest himself of so much clothing at the pictures the other evening. The young ladv down the lower end, who is addicted to sleeping in church, must be careful lest she talks as well as sleeps. A young lady walked from Pontycymmer to Cwm before it suddenly dawned on her tnat she uid not like- him.. To his surprise, and chagrin, she informed him that it was her night for music lessons, and the walk had to be abandoned. Later the young man learnt from a friend that the young lady nveer took music lessons. Would it have required the patience of Job for the young lady to have finished the walk ? A local "nut" had an expensive toilet at a Cardiff barber’s recently. After about 20 minutes treatment to head and face, he whs asked to pay 2s. 9d. Whew. The hairdresser must have been, a hum- orist. In reply to the "nut’s" enquiries as to when he would go for his holidays, he said, "Next week, at this rate." Two faithful members of the Pantygog market were seen outside the model lodging house at Bridgend, late on Saturday nip-ht. One of them would have it that the building was a we Unknown hostelry. "Get away," declared the ether, "You would not even get an Osborne biscuit there." In snite of4 the long distance (-r,,ind Par- ade was taken to St. Mary Hill Fair on Tuesday, and was the cynosure of all eyes. It had been proposed to take another horse, but the owner failed to buy wings. That would have been his only hope to reach here. A fire broke out in the left wing of the Intelligence Department on Sunday. Luck- ily the members of the fire brigade were all awake. The derrick swung out the fire es- cape, and Capt. Kitch directed operations. The fire was soon mastered, and only one "shad" tears. The partners had two pigs, and took turns to feed them. Unfortunately one pig progressed more than the other, and nasty insinuations were made. The partners are now working on the same shift. The committee is offering £ 5 reward To anyone giving information which will lead to the arrest of the person who posted the pic- ture of a donkey on Grand Parade’s stable door, with the avoids, "We two asses be." The culprit had better clear out, or he will find it too sultry at the market. Black Bess and Market Boy left early on Tuesday morning for St. Mary Hill Fair, but at the time of writing there is no news to hand regarding their reception. The latest arrival at the market is a. very fine bull-a real white faced shorthorn– which, has already made a favourable im- pression. Angel face has a wonderful pig’s cot. Unfortunately pigs are rather expensive so he is going in for rabbit breeding. The fireman has reported a bad roof at Rook farm. It was necessary to cog the oat stack, and also sprag it. It is safe now. Why was it necessary to wear a tin hat to do the job? "What’s" in a name. A newvendor down the lower end is now called, "N ews of the Valley." We don’t like encouraging local poets, but Bob Harrv, the market bard, cannot be suppressed. He’s been at it again. Listen. A voice: "Earlv doors this way. This way for the early doors." Was it that the beer was bad, Or the landlord slightly mad. "To the cask, to the cask. Hill 60 is yonder." Small progress they made, Only four in number. lTp the heights they went. Tho’ their breaths were spent, Not one grumbled. "Tap it," one of them cried. And from the cask the bung did fly. Oh, thunder, ‘Twas such a brew, neither beer no stew. Perhaps good for pigs; we wonder. Down from the heights they came, Somewhat downhearted, and lame, And promptly surrendered. Fung did say, "My beer vou stole, And to the kpak you’ll have to go." The comaraders with hands-up said, Not beer, nor stew, but hypnotising lotion.

            rSAD CASE OF THE SADDS.I


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            r SAD CASE OF THE SADDS. I Youthful Collier’s Married Life. I botore the Bridgend Magistrates on Satur- day ‘I’Villiain John Sadd, colliery labourer, 15 Pelltm Bailey Terrace, Ogmore Vale, was summoned by his wife, Margaret Jane Sadd, Vangine: Arms, who alleged desertion.â��Mr. Hany Lewis, for the complainant, said it was a sa 1 case, one of the saddest he had ever known. The parties, both about 20 years of age, were married on June 18th, 1917, and there was one child, now deceased. Thev ii"od v, itli their parents, "back and fore," and c.eiencant who was "absolutely lazy" and ad- dic.el to drinking and gambling, had not con- tri.ited nearly as much as he should to, his wifè’s maintenance.â��Complainant’s mother, wiig lives with her daughter at the Llan- geinor Arms, said she had done all she could to persuade defendant to do what was right, and hat. never had a inisword with him. De- fendant, though strong and healthy (he had never complained of anything except tooth- ache, as a collier only earned £ 2 a week, wrhereao witness’s 18-year-old son, also a collier, earned £ 4 Is. a week.â��The Magis- trates made an order of 30s. a week, with costs.

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            LLANTWI MAJOR. Mabon’s Former Residence. â�� "Bryn Illtyd, until recently in the occupation of the Right Hon. William Abraham (Mabon), P.C., M.P., was -offered for sale by auction by Mr. J. Richard Thomas at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on Thursday. It is a free- hold residence erected by Mabon, and stands in two acres of land close to Llantwit Major (Vale of Glamorgan), Station. It faces the Channel, with 1. 3r. 33p. of gardens, grounds, and paddocks, and contains three reception and eight bedrooms, etc., town water laid on, electric light, and possession were among the attractions of the sale. Bidding started at £ 1,200, but as there was no bi(t beyond LI.950 the property was with- drawn.

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            "Quaruwers." Friends of Ivlr. H. V- Howell, 27 Eyre Street, Splott, Cardiff, late’ G.W.X. brakesman, and residing at River Street, Ogmo’e A’ I will be glad to hear of his .sneers as a if? t prize winner in "Quan- swers" of £ 50. Mrs. Howells will be best known as Miss Annie Osborne, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jane Osborne, Llewellyn" Street. R.A.O.B., Ogmore Lodge.â��An interesting address was given a few nights ago by Mr. Roger H. Thomas, R.O.H., P.G.P. (Eng.), of Aberdare, who was touring she South Wal!; Lodges in regalia. A pleasant feature was the honour of knight regalia placed by Mr. Thomas on Mr. Gordon Thomas, St. John Street.â��The work of the R.A.O.B. Og- more Lmlge, is making great progress. The membership has greatly increased of late,, and the benevolent work of the Lodge ap- peals to be very prominent, their motto be- ing "He confers a kindness twice on a poor man, who gives it quickly." Obituary.-We regret to record the death of Mr. James Bowden on the lGth inat., at his residence, 14 Fairy Glen, Wyndham. H-o was one of the oldest residents, having spent, 40 years in the Ogmore. Born at Tiverton,, the son of John and Mary Ann Bowden, who,, predeceased him 8 years ago, he was one of the oldest workmen of the Wyndham Col- liery, and had taken great interest in Friend- ly Society work. The funeral took place on Wednesday the 20th inst., at LlansantfiraitB Churchyard, the Rev. E. C. Davies, B.A., (St. David’s Church, Ogmore Vale), officiat– ing. Four sons, and one daughter remain-, to mourn his loss. Discharged ‘and Demobilised Soldiers’ and: Sailors’ Federation.â��A general meeting of the above was held at Lesser Hall, Ogmore Vale, 011 Sunday August 24th, when business of much importance was discussed. The neces- sity was emphasised for enrolling all dis- charged. and demobilised men so as to make a good and strong branch. The ways and’ means to induce men to join were also dis- cussed. A permanent Recreation Commit- tee wr’s farmed with the object of providing recreation for members for the forthcoming seasons. It was hoped that a discharged’ soldiers football club would be formed during the next season. They have a hard working committee, and deserve every success. Wedding.â��A pretty wedding took place at Christ Church, Swindon, on Wednesday. Th& contracting parties were Mr Wm. Bryant, son. of the late Mr. Edwin Bryant and Mrs.. Bryant, of Highland Place, Ugmore Vale, to. Miss fVellie Rees (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Rees (Swindon). The bride was charm- ingly attired in a dress of white crepe-de- cnene, anct, carrying a bouquet of iitaster lilies, was given away by her father. The bridesmaid was Miss G.* Bryant (sister of the- bridegroom), who was tastefully attired in a dress of champagne crepe-de-chene, and also, carried a bouquet of carnations and sea. lavender. Mr. Ben Davies (Ogmore Vale) carried out the duties of best man. The church was tastefully decorated with lilies and carnations. The officiating clergyman was. Rev. B. Body combe (Swindon). ihe recep- tion was held at Gregory’s Hotel, Swindon- About 40 guests were present, The presents, were numerous and costly. After the recep- tion the happy couple proceeded to Torquay for the honeymoon. Drama.â��Ogmore Vale was visited on Wedi- nesday evening, August 20th, by the Pisgah Juvenile and Adult Dramatic Society, Ken- fig Hill, the title of the drama being.. "Joseph and his Brethren," performed in full character. We compliment the Company on. their excellent work. The audience, which filled the Hall to its utmost capacity, showed appreciation by expressing a desire tQ. welcome them again at an early date. The various parts were taken by Mr. James Thomas, Masters G. Thomas, A. Llangar, W. George, Walter Jones, D. Llewellyn, W.. Jones, D. R. Jones, J. Cobbly, P. W-illiaiiig W. Cobbly, C. Cobbly, Trevor Rees. The duties of "King," were taken by Master B. Llewelyn; the "butler" by Master E. Thomas; the "baker" by Master Leo Nor- ton; "steward," Master Cyril Nelson; others; taking parts as the Ishmaelites, and ser- vants, etc. The conducting was very ably done by Mr. James Thomas, once resident of Ogmore Vale, and one ever ready to give a willing hand, cheerfully, quickly, and without hesitation, for the whole proceeds were hand- ed over in aid of Mr. Charles Large, 31, Hill Street, who has been confined to his- home for a considerable time through illness. The conductor deserves special praise for the- fact that he defrayed the n-hofe travelling*: expenses of the company to and fro Kenfig- Hi’ and Ogmore Vale. Thanks arc trie to* Master J. Lewis, Ogmore Vale, who ren- dered a solo, and pianoforte duett in his- usual good style. The following local latEes* assisted in preparing good things for the guests: Mesdames H. Wadham, F. Isaac, J. Thomas, H. Howells, D. J. Jenkins, D. J. Evans, ana Miss E. Isaac. Mr. Thomas (Postmaster), presided, while Mr. W. Ho-, Caple most ably accompanied. Credit is due’ to the energetic committee who worked’ assiduously in making the evening sdQ a* success, and to Mr. Tom Couch as the AtW secretary; Mr. Albert Howell, treasurer, and Mr. D. J. Efans, chairman Qf committee,

            NANTYMOEL,


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            NANTYMOEL, St. Paul’s Church.-The licensed reader of the parish, Mr. Herbert, has recently left, and his place is filled now during the vacation by Mr. Evans, one of the students of Lampeter College, whose services are quite acceptable. it is to be hoped that a bi-lingual curate will be secured shortly. Succetsful Operat .ion.-Mr. F. T. Nicholas. of 3 Vale View, has recently undergone operation for an internal complaint at a nvws- ing home in Cardiff, and under the .slulfu;; hands of Dr. Cornelius Griffiths, everything, has been successful, and Mr. Nicholas Is pro!’ gres.sing very satisfactorily. His 8U«<aWojU £ tnends rejoice with him in his restored health. .Mr. Nicholas is the hon. treasurer of Gilead C’.M. Church. Departure of An Old Resident.â��On Sun- day morning, Mrs. Jones, of 37 Vale View, de- parted this life at the ripe age of 80 years. She was the widow of the late Mr. William Jones (Llanelly). She had resided at Nanty- moel tor over 40 years, and had for a great, number of years acted as midwife in the neighbourhood. She was one of the oldest members of Saron Welsh Baptist Church, and was highly respected by all. She died at the residence of her son, Mr. David Jones. The funeral took place on Wednesday at Blaen-, ogwy Cemetery, Rev. Llewellyn Humphreys., (pastor) ofifciating. Sudden Death.-Tlie neighbourhood was ^ray by the very sudden death of )1rs. Williams, the beloved wife of J. 1. Williams (checkweigher), Glan., avon Terrace. She was about at mid-day, and died at o o’clock in the afternoon. She had; not been m robust health since the bursting" of a blood-vessel about two years ago. She was a native of Taibach, and had resided here for over 30 years. She was much esteemed by a large circle of friends The burial took place or. Wednesday, when Rev U. T. Gregory (pastor) performed thg burial rites.

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