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 - SEASONS GREETINGS The past few days we have...
SEASONS GREETINGS The past few days we have watched the office bulletin board take on a new appearance appearance as greeting: cards and Christmas messages were received. received. We would like to share a couple of the messages messages with you. in addition to a letter from Harry G. Miller, El Dorado. Ark., to his nephew, nephew, Harold A. Green, commercial commercial printing superintendent, superintendent, at Shaw Publishing Company. Company. Harold has shown us th® latter latter which contains th? following: ‘ Tile world is so much with us SLV* these da vs that I think we welcome welcome this season of meditation and reflection on the great intangibles intangibles of life. * rn rn ‘The faith which transcends knowledge — the love for ihose like us and thn*»e unlike unlike us — the shared companionship companionship of family meeting* meeting* — the lender thoughts nm! warm memories of those far aa ay — the happiness of the children who do not know, ami the happiness of many of us in spite of what we know of thp dangers confronting us. * * * "In all these things — which can be neither bought nor sold — Is away A Mr. E. H. A G. A lie our strength, and, I believe the firm purpose of a still brighter future. "I know thwt you join with me in the sure knowledge that as long as we continue to hold fast to these wonderful things, so long may we he confident that our American way of life will continue. continue. "With this holiday greeting come my warmest personal regards regards and hest wishes for you and yours.” # * * Another personal message comes from our friend, Paul Simon, State Representative from the 53rd District, Who says, “My prayers and hest w ishes tor you I hi*, holiday season. Anil may I express the hope that each of us will, In the spirit of the Christ child, max this a sharing Christmas with ihose less fortunate.'’ sn# The Uh rd greeting, which has been given a top position on the bulletin board, comes from a sol* O a PPY* ' in dier who must be thinking of home and his friends in Dixon as he observes Christmas at his station. station. The card, addressed to all of Dixon, says. ('Tin st mas wishes — hope this joyous Season brings the best of things your way and that you'll share with those you love a Merry Christmas Day.” * * * Sender of the card is Ron Walls. 20401186, Btry. B. 29th FA Bn., Fort Lewis Wash H*»> the .inn of Mrs. Edith Walls. 1204 Hemlock Ave. To these we add onr own sincere wish that your holiday holiday reason may be one of the best! B B in

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  1. Dixon Evening Telegraph,
  2. 24 Dec 1956, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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