Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 7, 1935 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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y, December 7,1938 -HOPE, ARKANSAS A mnn is nt hls-finest toward the fin* Ish of the ycnr; .'.,..'.lie Is almost what he should be when Christmas season's here; Then he's thinking more of others .than he's thought the month before, And the laughter of his children is a joy worth toiling for, He is i less o selfish crenturo thnn nt any other time; When the Christmas spirit rules him, he comes close to the sublime. For at Christmas kindness rules him and he puts himself aside, All his :petty lintes are vanquished and his heart is open wide, Oh, I don't know how to say it, but somehow it seems to me That at Christmas man is almost what God sent him here to be. . , — Selected. Will) the passing ,oMhe Thanksgiving holidays, thoughts' now turn toward Christmas, and the perenially beautiful story of tho SUir of Bethlehem, guiding the shepherds to the Babe that was born in a manger pro- claitnjng.a season of joy and geed cheer, and its attendant festivities, that usually, center about yuletide Song services, church celebrations, homecomings, and other worthwhile programs. The Friday Music club has nnnouncod its annual Messiah p>o- feram, there will be the usual Christmas: cantata nt the, First Baptist church, special music is being prepared for the two services at tho First Presbyterian church on Sunday, December 22. the usual White Christmas programs will be held at the First Methodist and First Christian churches, with sPQcial music for the Sunday proceeding Christmas. The Friday Music club will alsb celebrate with its annual Christmas' tree. There will be numerous and various family dinings and reunions, "making the heart strings hum with a tune of perfect gladness." On or about December 12 the eight trees at the four doors of the city hall will bo lighted, adding their beauty to the season of joy and cheer. The business houses' Christmas trees are already out and the show windows of the downtown district will do credit to a much larged town, for they are beautiful and not only proclaim their wares but shed an inward glory that finds true expression in "Merry Christmas." Holiday memories last a lifetime and if accompanied by the spirits glowing in love, cheerfulness peace and good will, it makes that lifetime worthwhile. In closing tin's impression, I cannot help thinking that the secret of so much joy at Christmas time, is the fact that it is then hat people give the most, nnd giving is what makes joy in the World, perhaps even more to those who Rive thnn to those who receive It has been my pleasure to attend two beautiful club Christmas programs this week, from which I imbibed the spirit so strongly, that I felt I must do my part toward passing It on, hence the above What a splendid treat tho Friday Music Club gave to the music lovers of our city when they brought the celebrated harpist, Angolo Cortese to us, and what fine judgment was used in presenting the Choral club with their beautiful songs on his program. The most humorous column I have read this week was Paul Gallico, sport writer's description of undressing and dressing in n sleeper plane on his recent trip from Dallas, where he had journeyed to see the game between T. C. U. and S. M. U Tills rain of the past day or so has destroyed all of the beautiful autumn colorings, and Nature has donner her drag gown of winter KWKH Shreveport, La., sponsored by the Junior Voting 'kdios, Missionary Society of the Methodist church, will present a program at the city auditorium at 7:30 Moriday evening. 10-15 and 25c admission. Sunday evening at 7:30 at the church, in observance of Womans day, the Woman's Missionary Soceity of the First Christian church will give a play entitled "Christian Womanhood Facing New Frontiers." The public is cordially invited to this service. Mrs. R. W. Bayless, who lias been the guest of her daughter, Mrs, K. G. Hamilton nnd Mr. Hamilton left Saturday for her home in Gurdon. "Mutiny on the Bounty/' Great Adventure Story; at Saenger "Mutiny on the Bounty," great sea picture showing Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Saenger, carries OrTe away with the sheer intensity of its drama. Although a historical romance, wrung from the actual records 6f the British Admiralily, it is far more The Cotillion club, composed of the young ladies of the city, entertained at a very delightful Benefit bridge on Friday afternoon at the Mew Capital Hotel. The beautiful decorations stressed the yule-tide note, featured by a large Christmas tree, the boughs snow dusted and alight with twinkling jeweled incandescGnls, making a surpassingly lovely effect, smaller decorated trees were used throughout the card room, where fourteen tables were arranged for the players, with the ac- Allen The Allen club mot Tuesday, December 4, with Mrs. B. M. Jones. There were 20 of our 25 members present and one visitor. Miss Griffin could not •je with us on account of illness. Tho meeting was opened by our president, Mrs. P. J. Holt. We sang a song then an interesting devotional was conducted by Mrs. Finwick. The business session followed. The Allen club is to be joint hostess with Hopowell nl the council meeting at First Baptist church in Hope, December G. It was necessary for us lo spend the remainder of the afternoon making plans and practicing our part for the Christinas program to be given then. Tempting refreshments were served by the hostess. kidnnp-mimlcr of Charles A. Lindbergh's infant son. absorbing than pure fiction. It is n superb achievement in motion pictures, a historical picture as it Should be and one that will live for .years'to come as one of the most ex- 'citing sea tales.'ever screened. • The picture s the true story of the voyage of H. M. S. Bounty 150 years ago, on a scientific expedition to the South Seas* It tells of the tyranny of a brutal captain who drove his crew to mutiny, of ,tho life and loves of tho sailors in a tropical paradise and tho dogged pursuit of Captain Bligh for the men who had fed him'to the wrath of the sea by casting him adrift in on open boat. . . "Mutiny on the Bounty" lives up to all the advance praise that has shouted the picture's merits around the world. Its scenic beauty, sometimes stark and cruel, is unsurpassed. Its cast, headed by Charles Laughton, Clark Gable and Franchot Tone, is incomparable. ••••••••••••••••-•^••MII it ntmmMOe^m Plans lor County Athletic fourney Mauklin Calls Conference at Fair Park for Sunday Afternoon Plans for a county amateur bdxing and wrestling tournament will be discussed at 2: p. m. Sunday at Fair Park arena, it was announced Saturday by Bert Mauldln, Hope promoter. The tourney, Mauldin announced, is open to all 'athletes in the county. Dusty Rhodes, former professional wrestler engaged by Mauldin as an instructor for amateurs, will be present to demonstrate various points in the wrestling and boxing game. The Pntmos. Palmos 4-H club mtt in the high school auditorium December 4 cessories still further stressing the for Ihe purpose of reorganizing the old Christmas theme. Attractive prizes j club and electing new officers, wrapped in the season's colors were given for high score at each table. 1c SALE 1c on DRESS ES ; THE GIFT SHOP ! (Mrs. C, P. Holland ' LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP Delicious 'homemade candies served thr6ughout the game. -sum realized from the benefit will go toward the charily projects, the Cotillion club will sponsor. , -- o Tho Future -. *Home' Maker's club, sponsored by Miss Ruth Taylor, superintendent of the Home EC department of Hope High School, met at the Home EC cottage on December 5. The meeting was called to order by the president, Sara Lou Ledbetter, with 48 members responding to the roll call. Misses Mclba Lee Russell and Mary McAdams contributed toward a very interesting program on Mrs. Ellen H. Richards, the founder of home economics. During the business meeting the constitution was read by the secretary, Fay Akins and Miss Lorene Green gave instructions for the installation services to be held at the Home EC cottage on December 17, followed by a Christmas party. Continuing the Lottie Moon Week of Prayer services being held this week by the W. M. U. of the First Baptist church, Mrs. Hugh Jones led a very inspiring service at the church on Thursday . afternoon. An , appropriate devotional was 'given by Mrs. Gus Haynes followed by papers by Mrs. W. B. Mason, Mrs. Earl Bowden and Mrs. Jimmie Embree, with prayer by Mrs. Edwin Dossett. Following tho song, "Give Your Best to the Master," a most interesting paper, entitled "Tithes Withheld" was read by Mrs. Nona Steele and_a talk was made by The following students were chosen: President, Miss Norma Rogers; vice- president. Mr. Jack Lafferty, secrc- Th c | tary and treasurer Miss Lucille Hamilton. Norris to Speak (Continued from page one) _ Wrs, Webb Laseter. Mrs. Sceva Gibson A duett sung by- and Mrs. W. R. Rogers, with Mrs. F.'L. Padgitt at the piano closed the service. Circle No. 5 of the W. M. U., First Baptist will have a Christmas tree nl 2:30 Monday at tile home of Mrs. Wallace R. Rogers, all members are urged to be present, bringing a 10 cent gift for the tree. Mrs. R. V. Herndon has returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Little Rock. The Sunshine Boys, radio stars, Let's Go! NOTICE! On account of the length of this mighty production we are only able lo show ONE show at Hie matinees and ONE show at night . . . this year there will NOT be another thrill like it ... so be sure to it at one of these shows:—Suii-MathiL'ti at 2:15 and 9 p. in. (Doors open at regular times) MOM. & Tues- nites at 8 sharp (Doors open 7:30) Tues. 2:30 Matinee, 15c SUN. MON. and TUES. LAUGHTON insistence not to run for re-election is final this time (he has made similar announcements in previous campaigns), his reluctance may be based partly on the embarrassment of choosing under what label to run next year. Again, Norris, ardent foe of the utilities, may have an eye on the position of attorney general which might be offered to him if the president is reelected. FRANCHO'T TONE HIRBI8T MUNDIN ,. EDDIE PUDUY QIGCES ., DONALD CRISP 30 Minutes of Added Eiitertaiiiancnt. 2 Rcel-i of Vaudeville; "Regular Kids" Paramount News Bells Chapel Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and children were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chamlee. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Button of Nashville spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Alton S'utton. Mr. and Mrs. Car.l Loo of Toxas, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Tholbert Smith. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Murphcy of Texarkana spent several days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Honea. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Chamlee returned home from Seagroves, Texas, Wednesday night. Mrs. Lindsay Presley and Guy Tate of Delight, Mr. nnd Mrs. Foy Tate of Antoine, Cecil Tate of Arkadelphia, Misses Jrma and Joyce Wood were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Tate. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Ritchie of Strong were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Melton White. Shellie Cullins of Little Rock called on L. W. Cullins Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boll and children of Smackover spent the week end with relatives in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Will White and Mrs. Aubry White of Prescott were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chamlee. Miss Wanda Ashcraft left Friday for her home in Los Vegas, Nevada, after an extended visit with friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. G rover Sultan of Board's Chapel spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Jack Cromer and Mr. Cromer. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Bonds were shopping in Hope Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Warren, Mrs. E. E. Murphey, Mrs. Calvin Honea and son, Waymon were visitors in De- Queen Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brooks were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shacltelford. Misses Ruby and Alice Garner were Disputed Baby Is Awarded to Girl Mrs. Muench Loses Out in Prolonged Contest at • St. Louis ST. LOUIS, Mo.-(yp)-The baby claimed by a former St. Louis society matron and an unwed Pennsylvania servant girl Will go to the servant, if, the St. Louis Court of Appeals upholds the findings of a special commissioner. Rush H. Liml-augh, the commissioner who hoard testimony in the habeas corpus suit of Anna Ware, the domestic, to recover a baby boy from tho home of Mrs. Nellie Tipton Muench, reported to the court Thursday the child was Anna's. He recommended it be returned to her. "Mrs. Muench did not give birth to a child." said the lawyer. "For the determination of the issue of identity there is scarcely a precedent," said Limbaugh's report. "Even the scriptural story related as evidence of the wisdom of a renowned ancient king does not present an exact parallel or furnish practical aid here for the solution of the problem of identity. The evidence offered by the parties to the cause and the inferences to be legitimately drawn therefrom must alone furnish the key to the determination of that problem." Anna, 19, sobbed with joy. Mrs, Muench, 44, wife of Dr. Ludwig O. Muench, repeated that she "never saw" Miss Ware's infant. Miss Ware's child was born here last August 17. Mrs. Muench severa days later announced that n son hac been born to her August 18. She hac been childless through more than :20 years of married life. Cities Built Inside (Continued from page one) further productions. Laments Modern Clothing Wells sees fit to abandon a good many of our traditions and customs. "In about fifty years or more," he said, "a grandfather will say to his granddaughter: 'I can remember when they had queer things in houses called windows. " 'I can remember people wearing hats whenever they were not covered New Bonus March (Continued from page one) city on tho line of march would be affected. And the experience which authorities have had in the past with such "marchers" makes them shudder at the prospects of having to deal with another such situation. Weather A Deterrent Probably (he best insurance, however, against a bonus inarch at the coming session of congress will be the weather. Senator McAdoo, in sunny California, may urge the veterans to march on Washington, but the zero and sub-zero weather which will be prevailing at the time congress is in session is something else. All bonus and other "marches" on Washington in the past have been made either in the spring or summer. Although the veterans may not actually descend on the capital in the manner McAdoo suggests, administration leaders have taken-cognizance of the seriousness back of the senator's proposal. Something must be done about the bonus this winter and done quickly. Action Certain McAdoo's advice to the veterans is evidence of the pressure that will be exerted on those senators who stood with the president on his veto of the bonus bill passed in the last session of congress. On January 13—ten days after the session opens—the house will be call- Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. El- I"^oni to deposeof^e P^n bill "'Hannon Griffith returned home ^0!^. ^ """^ ^"^ °' Thursday from Hamlon, Texas. Mrs. O. L. White and Mrs. Floyd This is the sort of gas-mask that will be worn in 1970. In the next century, of course, the world will have been made nctircly safe from war. , by a roof, and all kinds of buckles and gadgets to hold themselves together.' "But the world of the future," continued Wells, "will not live in houses, but in the sides of air-conditioned hills, beautiful and spacious. "It will wear outer garments that last only a week and are done away with. There will be no more laundries! There will be no more skyscrapers! "When the people of 1980 come out of their earth-built homes they will say, "I am going out into the weather,' and they will wear special clothes for it." . Wells reveals himself as a hard thinker about clothing styles. He frankly doesn't like what we wear today. "Our present-clay thick suits," From the administration's standpoint it is vital that it be ready by that Brooks were Monday guests of Mrs. | lime wita some sort of fln ace e pt . lb]e w T R.tnW compromise plan. That some kind of a bonus bill will be passed no one denies. W. J. Ritchie. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wood and daughters, Misses Irma and Joyce were shopping in Prescott Saturday. Mrs. Eucl White was the Sunday guest of Mr.s. Harvey Bolt. E Does Your Roof Leak?= Ej Ono month of rain costs Hope cit-E: 5 izeas more than one year's f ireE: s diunngc. £ We Can Fix a Good Roof. = _ We Cun Help an Old One. § = Sullivan Const Co. i iiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiTi $50 to $500- AUTO LOANS On Cars and Trucks Highest Prices Paid for COTTON TOM KINSER For All Kinds of INSURANCE See Roy Anderson and Company Center Point i M. T. Hubbard and Ed Hubbard both of this community were called ; to the bedside of their father, Lee : Hubbard, who is seriously ill at his i home near Srupdell. I Elredge Boston spent Saturday night i with Mrs. Eel Hubbard and son, Tre- I non. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim A. Wright and Minor May of near Hope, were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright. Mr. und Mrs. Albert Chambless and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright. Misses Jassie Mae, Lorene and Irene j Wright and Dee Bee Wright spent Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Meadows. Lem Porterfield spent Sunday visit- j ing relatives near Cardis. j John Ridgdill of Hope was in this j community a while Sunday after- i noon. - Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hodnett made a I business trip to Little Rock one day I last week. I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hodnett were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright Tuesday night. CHURCHES Second Sunday of Advent 10.15 Morning Prayer. 10:30 Catechetical instructions. 11 High Mass in honor of the Feast of the Day, the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This is the patronal feast day of this local church; and of the Church in the United States. 4:00 Study Sunday Visitor. 5:00 Benediction with the Most Blessed Sacrament, and end of the Novena in honor of the Feast of the day. His Excellency, Most Rev. Lynch, D. D., Bishop of Dallas, will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation in the evening at Sacred Heart Church, Texarkana, Texas. A class from Hope and this Mission District will be confirmed. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Work has gone forward steadily on the new education building of the First Baptist church, and has been completed in some of the departments. The Primary and Beginners Departments will see for the first time the-beautiful new quarters which are to be theirs. The rapid completion of these two departments was made possible by a generous designated gift from one of the deacons of the church to them. The other departments will be completed in the very near future and until that time they will continue meeting as'.they have'been in recent months. The regular meetings scheduled for Sunday are as follows: Sunday School—9:45. Morning Worship—10:55, B. T. U. at Lewisville—2:30. B. T. U.-,6:30. Evening Worship—7:30. The pastor will preach at both hours on Sunday, and will continue a study of the Book of Hebrews on Wednesday at the-mid-week prayer service. •These- studies »are held immediately after ;the officers and teachers meeting, and'begin at .7:45. New Liberty Health in this community is fairly good at this writing, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hamilton were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bright Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Purtell visited Mr. and Mrs. -Joe Hamilton Wednesday night. J. J. Crider finished his syrup making here and is now making for his brother, Ralph Crider of Piney Grove G. F. Langston and son, Jeff, are doing some brick work near Emmet this week. Jesse .Langston is hauling gravel on the Cale road now. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hamilton anc James Hamilton visited at Carl Thornton near Piney Grove Wednesday. Mrs. Ada Hamilton visited Mrs. Nettis Crider Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jewel Langston visited Mrs. Dock Hamilton Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Langston visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cooper of Pleas- and Hill a few days ago. Mcisk .of In t e.r e s.t to Music Lovers of South* . west Arkansas Junior Music Contest Mrs. J. 0. Tufty, rJ un 'pf Contest chairman for. the 'Arkansas;Federation Music Clubs, announces ;that the jun« for 'music contest' sponsored • by! the federation will be held at the :time of the- r biennlal convention in Little Rock, next spring. The contest is open to members ^of all- federated music ^Itibs, the members of which have attained the maximum agC'Of 18. 'Contests will be enrolled in following classes: Pianoi piano ensemble,' two pianos (eight.hands), two pianos (four hands), violin, cello, boys voice, girls .voice, hymn playing, original composition, string quartet, and trio of .violin,-cello and piano. • '• The, winner in each event will receive a National. Federation 'Junior pin, also, a certificate from the National Federation of Music Clubs. A silver loving cup will be awarded to the Junior Club scorjng the highest number of points. Each first place that is won by a contestant will count five points for his Club toward winning the cup and winning of second place will count three points. Enrollment-Fee An enrollment fee of $1 will be charged all solo entrants, and $2 for ensemble groups.; Half of the registration fees are sent to help defray expenses of conducting the Junior Contest of the National Federation'Music Clubs and the other half is retained for the same purpose^in the A. F. M. C. Elimination contests, will be held in each of the six districts of the- State Federation of -Music Clubs, just preceding the state contest. Each district will be allowed to send "two contestants in each class for entry in the state contest. No awards will be made to district winners; neither will fees be charged: in district contests, as it is held merely for the purpose of selecting winners to compete in the state meet. The hymn-playing contest will be held under the supervision . of Miss Blanche Kelly of the music department, College of the Ozarks, Clarksville, state chairman of .music in religious education. \ Entrants in this contest, should write to miss'Kelly for the required numbers in hymn-playing. Bulletins containing all required numbers, rules and full information are being sent, Mrs. Tully says, to. all Junior Federated Music Clubs of the state. Anyone desiring .to secure the bulletin or: any further information, should address Mrs.-J.---O. Tully. state junior contest chairman, 1204 Bishop street, Little Rock. Fugitiveiectees (Continued from page one) himself a three-year trial in the movies. And the skeptical, who see Wells' weird gadgets and uncanny machines in his first picture as a scenario writer, and feel inclined to say "What a pipedream " may bring themselves up with a jerk as they recall how terrifyingly close to fulfillment is his '•War in the Air," written when it seemed equally fantastic. Machine rooms of the future— according to the Wells' film—will bo operated by men like this one, wearing special suits to protect them from electric rays. he said, ''are padded a little to protect us, with innumerable pockets to hold pencils and things. "In the future we shall have freer, simpler, and more beautiful clothes, wide at the shoulders and with gauntlets to hold the small impedimenta of existence." With such unique ideas, Wells, who at present is in America, is giving T O L--E-T E X OIL COMPANY Special—5 Gal. Hi-Grade *1 en V I nfl t]JA»lJw Lube Oil Phone 370 Day and Nisht •99s = MONTS SUGAR CURE : For : § PORK—BEEF i = IT'S Better, Safer, = i Cheaper and Easier = IMONTS SEED STOREE : Hope, Ark. E YOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE Means a Lot and Can Cost So Little DRESSES Beautifully cleaned the Odorless Way. It's Better! Men's Felt Hats Cleaned in Our Own Plant Hall Brothers Phone 38S night. Whittler told.|farm .officials he was certain Jones was drowned as the two tried to cross the river soon after their break. Captain Ben Maddox would not accept the report as final and was continuing his search. Whittler and Jones, with others, had been assigned to clean the stockade Thursday afternoon as part of the work preparatory to abandoning the camp. The two carried out a box of trash and with the guards momentarily inside the building, the pair ran around a woodpile and into nearby woods. Their absence was noted 30 minutes later. CAR GLASS CUT AND GROUND TO FIT ANY CAR BRYAN'S Used Parts 411 South Laurel Street RoosCveRPo] RecogH"izes- 1 N§& Change, Ci?iticiz&f, r J MEW of American trade an itself against the New day and opened an attack economic and social policies; Several hundred business attending the 1935 Congress' can Industry, and the Natfoftftt. eialion of Manufacturers' mee ified a business creed of . freedom and enterprise. -' * Issuing a platform for !&?( about the assertion that "thfe icpn system has not failed." the . ing' lumped its issues into this elusion: * t <," "American, business recognizes" necessity 'for change in methods, procedure—its source has p|wn upon such recognition. But it pro blind experimentation and islation which undeVmines 1 the ' ican system and ignores Ant brilliant record of accotnplis^ttif 'without conclusive evidence of n£c_ sity for change or the effectiverfeSs^ the means proposer!. ' • »','' "It asserts that the first need' of- 1 " country, in the interests'-of r& prosperity and progress, v is-an* surance of the preservation principles and guarantees'underl the American system." , \ Some said privately that 'the u___ promising attitude adopted meant,* far as 'they' were concerned, tflat "breathing spell" was over -andi battle on. , ' ' HE'S 'The famous Chef from the •Hotel is now back with .«s, j «serv^ ing- better and more tasty-dinners: for Sunday Dinner-' 1 ROAST TURKEY 3 Roast Young 'Hen J Jr DIAMOND CAFE J ill'the Hotel Henry * -, WANTED—HEADING BOLTS*?! White Oak—Whisky and Oil graded Overcup, Post Oak and* Red-Oak; Bound Sweet Gum Blocks." 3 For prices and specifications,''Seel HOPE HEADING COMPANSffJ Phone 245 ' ' Hope, 'Ark? GENERAL APPLIANCES Waffle (Irons Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical ^ Phone 259 Helpful Suggestions , for Solving Your Xmas -Problems Gifts Children Enjoy While shopping for Christmas, be sure (o see our splendid display of excellent gift items for _ every member of your family. DOLLS 25c < 0$ 4 9S Including Genuine Shirley Temple Dolls Baby Buggies Klectric Stoves Unbreakable Tea Sets Buck Roger's Gun Machine Guns Footballs Talking Telephones Talking Motion Picture Machines EXCLUSIVE LINE HALL BROS. CHRISTMAS CARDS Pay your account before the 10th of the month to get your Eagle Stamps, * John P, Cox Drug Co, Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps I Christmas Cards Cheery bits of (he holiday spirit, expressed In clever artwork and bright paper! You'll want to remember all yot»r friends with a collection of the new Christinas cards we're showing. An Excellent Selection OF Engraved and Sheer Sheen Cards Our Representative Will Be Glad to Call. "Printing That Makes An Impression"

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