Sheldons home in Rport for holidays 1910
ot guest* Lake C, of Baylor the Ef- parties. Method HOOKTOBT. Mils Cewlla Broira'of CuÂ«ro Is sp*nd- . y " wlth her W. w. Wood and wlfÂ« of Homtoa ere to spend tbÂ« holldayi with Mia- lv*. and friend*. Mis* Ivy Noltt chief telephone opÂ«r- tor ot Corpus Cblrntl, spent Friday as he ruest ol Hiss Laura CleT.lalJI Uls* Cora Hancock of Austin, who seen a guem at Bteohhaveh for itvaral weeks, returned hom* Saturday rasiuiug "-"--~ t5ss"TMo' d(V.*Â°thelr Ur ' Of th. week to Â»pend 'he winter new arrlrals that cam* last ipend 'he winter ara: Cbarl** Â». Phelpj and wife, Kansas City; XT Clle and wife. Oklahoma City; Sayrs and wTfe. "Caldweil. Kan'.'! D' jfc Bakor and wife, Asherton, Mr*. O. A. Â· Roquemore and daughter, jorothy Louise, returned from Houston Thursday, rrliera they have been visiting relatlvM. They were accompanied by Ur. and Mrs. E. H. Moody of San Antonio, Antonio, who will remain over the holiday*. holiday*. Among the young people who have been away to colleges and universities and have returned home for the Christmas Christmas festivities are: Misies Carrie John- ion, Vivien Plcton, Irene Norvall. Kath- arln* McMullen and John H. Wood 3rown, Joe and Arnold Sheldon, John David Picton, Tom and Eugene CoghilU There was a merry group of children at Mies Bertha Sorlvner's home Saturday Saturday evening, when the closing exercise* of her private school were he-id. While their parents looked on In smiling approval, approval, the little ones gave a musical play with Master Evans Mayo a* Santa Claus. Little Miss Josephine McVea wÂ»s a star performer. Those who took part Â·were: Dur.n Lowsr;', P.sginald Bradford, Lessley Perring, Ruth Gentry, Roy Gentry, Gentry, Josephine McVea and Evans Mayo.