(The Children's Hour)
I'r plant lleiaf Adroddir stori gan
' Cwrs y Byd', gan
ALUN OLDFIELD- DAVIES
Caneuon gan RACHEL EVANS ac hefyd
Twm a Wil !
(A Story for the smaller children; The World Day by Day; Songs; and Twm and Wil)
! A series of talks illustrating the views of villagers of all stations and occupations on their own contemporary problems
The Cultural Influences of the Villages
The speakers will include the Rev. K. JACKSON , Captain H. H. W. DRUITT , and F. G. THOMAS
Captain H. H. W.
W. S. Gwynn Williams
(A Recital of Songs by W. S. Gwynn Williams ) by GWEN PRICE (contralto)
Aros mae'r mynyddoedd mawr (Stand the mighty mountains still)
Tylwyth Teg (Fairies)
Clychau Cantre 'r Gwaelod (The Bells of Cantre'r Gwaelod)
Pren Afalau (The Apple Tree) Sipsi (The Gypsy)
Bwthyn bach clyd (My little Welsh home)
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