The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 24, 1930
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PAGE TWO DLYTHEVIM.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS To Entertain Guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Bage » hijve a dinner party at their home tomorrow especially compllmenling! their Iguests, Mr. and . Mrs. s. E. i Bage, end Mr. end Mrs. A, F. j Barnes," of Holcomb, Mo., and Mr. | and • Mrs. B. E: Larsen, of here. ] Bits of News Mostly Personal H.irinc Reunion. Mr. mid Mrs. entertain members of their family, who live here, with a Christ- . I Mr. and Mrs, S. Holeothb. Mo., are E. yesterday from Memphis whurc lie visited for a week. Mrs. Byron Morse, Miss Margaret Mnhan and John Mohan sp?nt yesterday In Memphis. II Mr. and Mrs, Zal B, Ilairlstmand _" family will go to Rector tomorrow for a. brief visit with Mrs. Hr.rrl- °' son's parents, Judge and Mrs. li. B. Bane, guesu of Mr. nolinold. B. F. Gay will |and Mrs. John Bagc for several, A c . ninylock of LHtle Rock, 1 >' S - | who has been attending to irasl- ... . , W. Lonn Smith will spend to- ncss |,, Wilson, spent today here. m'as dinner tomorrow nt their [11:01 row In I'lne Bliifl with his He accompanied home by visiting Mrs. Mrs w . M. Ulaylock who will vls- country home at Hnlf Moon. The | !»'»"> whom urc 20 guests to attend Include Mr. and i Smith's parents. - -^ j lcr rnmlly for several duy*. Mrs, Monte Sanders and two sons, I Mr. anrt Mrs. C. W. Carrlgnn • Harold Phlllliis of Pine Bluff av- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan, Mr.!will go to Union City, Teim., I'll- rlv(;(i la< ^ y lo , pDnd two days 'with apd Mrs.'.Jerry White, Mr. and]day ior a brief visit with Mr. Car-: llls grandparents. Mr nnd Mrs A Mrs. Carl Gvreu r-'-i f.-...,i!<-. ,:it;in^ rr.-'!--:r. c JIn|] a|ld ot , lev r . ' Mr. and Mrs. 'A. P. . Barnes, of, i Holcomb, Mo., are visiting Mr. and i Mrs. John B.ige until the last oj Here for Holidays of the week for a visit with friends., Mrs. Mnry L. Aldrldge lyili go to Memphis for Christmas day. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry plans to leave Friday for a brief 'visit at Helena. O. P. Moss will go lo 6'ti Louis' Friday for a brief business trip. Dr. and Mrs, C. E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrt. C. Louis Wilson left today lor Kosclusko, Mlss.V where they will spend Christmas with Dr. Wllscn's mother, • .!'•;••' . Russell Turnage of-Bi'uce, Miss., arrived yetterday for' a visit thru Hove Ijlforui^l ! Menibers oft: . been enjoying a ' . M of "drop in" a'ffairs at the home of Miss Helen Alice and Harold Stenibflrg since Miss, Sternberg's return from Nor- av where she-is ft student the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Cora Jameson. , .1 '. Herman Turnago is sending the holidays In Memphis wltln-frfjnds. , WoDdson Moss is returning/to liii homo-in St. Louis Friday after- n uotble Uittrell, of Memphis, will [month's slay with-his brother, >O.| •-'.ve tonight to spend Christmas p. M OSS| a nd Mrs, Moss. the week. Marion Gray spend the week-end in Memphis as Hie guest ! of MLss Mary Miss Aiden Barton with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs: P. N. Lutlrcll. and Mra. D. 13. HolineM Ir home In Kec- Osceola Society—Personal : Mr. Hi&it's parents, Mr. and Mrs. |P. E. Hunt in Stanton, Twin. They will be accompanied by their niec2, WEDNESDAY, DKCKfllBEU_ 2.l L 19:iii """"Ml PORTER, Ind. (UP)—DroutM'l homy production to one-fourth?! normal yield this year, said f. A family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith tomorrow will Include Miss Virginia Smith, who Is home for the holidays from M. S. C, W. at Colum: bus, Miss., where she is [MUs Catherine Hughey, who is Isievert, apiary expert. Ordinarily a home for the holidays from Cen-1 hive contains 200 pounds of iion'ey. |tral college, Conway, Ark. but Ihe average has fallen .1«.:J3 i — pounds now, he said. Midway Notes Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cole and family, Junior Maxwell O. Randolph and Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Hill and family were visitor in Blytlic- . ««.*, I.*.*.,., niicii: aiic is (UII-HU1I13 », ", i school. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph ''i 0 ' Moni W Smith of Blythevilte, Mr. and Mrs \,,?"f ," c G f u ^n. Frank Llnd, Jim Tom Smith and Mr. and Mvs., ,' £ ' P ?' L - B -Cannaday and son, , Ely mvllle of Little Rock. Mr. «,J I J '°- ^<°' «" d «- »- Wooldnds,, onj! •Mrs. Jim Tom Smith an;l Mr. and j Mrs. Ely Fonvllle will remain thru | the week. j j I Floyd Cha'ffln of Jonesboro Is Ihe ; v j 'guest, of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones i i and Oleander Jones here this week.! „. I Miss Marguerite Cliilcs, who is I j teaching at Camden, Ark., is spend-1 cf ing the holidays here with her par-' a» rn 'uw • mlrs \Tr HnH Mrc C 1 C r-llil n s . » tluuaj j f Blythcville vlsltors ence and Coot Sexton and A. spent Tuesday In Blythe., . Mr - ancl Mr. ; atie Mrs. fl. C.'-Uent- it'., daughter will have as their Ihe last of Die wcok,' Miss i Miss Jane Buck. (Q llor after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rock. Carolyn ami Cecil Driver, of-Llttlc ; " le at the. University of Oklahoma. .Saturday. Monday and Tuesday I remainder of (he week, evenings- they 'have 'enjoyed-danc- Ml5S - Mave lj '" K wl!1 Co to ing at the Sternberg home, golny phls lol " 01 ' row for « s "ort visit, and coming at will wllh no special' Mr - nlld Mrs - '''"'K^ Carpenter invitations issued.' - """' ' ' '" Eltct Officers. • The Junior' fa'nristlan [lhayer, \io., this afternoon for the"^ u ' U ' Harr ' !>on Rllrt family. I Johnnie Pepp has-arrived-. ' ' Mr. mitt Mrs. Robert Kllvtnglon . St. Louis Ip spend a week here. He': their guest » h ller Parents. She Is a student at St. Mary's Memphis, cuts, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Chiles. Dr. F. P. Travis returned to iiLs home hers yesterday from Memphis where he has been convalescing at Baptist hospital following a major operation two weeks ago. | Mr. ani Mrs. L. S. Mitchell arc | spending tlie holidays with relatives in SI. Louis. Mr. anil Mrs. Roy Spencc and children of Leacliville are spsnd- Mrs. Harry Stanford ra visitors Mcntiay. Crowlcy, u year old son i Crcwley, has been dan- pneumonia for tomorrow in Marked Mr. Ciirpenlcr's pnr- society of Endeavor First Presbyterian meeting at McAdams ycs- when these of- McAdams, vice pics- Loyson, secre- treasurer; §WiViirt, reporter. marshmallovr afler the busl- ! will spend iTree with I ents. " Dr. anil :Ur.s. W. R Brewer and ton, Billy, oi Wynne, Ark., w.ll ar- iind daughter, Jane Memphis, will arrive Evelyn, tonight Mrs .Daly's mother. ol ' plans to return there aller'the. hoi- 1 Mrs, M. Matthews, of St. L-ouls. Ing Christmas day Mrs. to spend several clays with Mr. and Mis. Z. A. McCulstion and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight H. Black- with her parents, weed, of Little Rock, accompanied I Kent Wlittten. Ooodman by their daughter. Miss Virginia,' who attends Sulllns colle3e at idays. . - . . • who arrived yesterday for an • ex- Miss Habile Wllcqx'son will go Intended visit. Paragould -.tomorrow for. a brief stay ] Hlrlam Wiley went to Cleveland, rive In the mcrnlng to spend sev- Brlsto1 . Va.,-and their son, D. H. Pisl days with Mr. mid Mrs L • -I 1 '- wll ° ls » student al the Unlver- s'ly of Arkansas. Fayettevllle, will spend a pait of the Christmas hol- First Christian a Christmas hall Tuesday af- ( Christmas tree for iftm told the Chrlst- 1'j'Lou McCutchsn several games were Present. hours, 'boys and L. Ward oml son. Lloyd, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel* F. Norrls, Mr. and Mrs. Kolicrl E, Lee King, Mr. nntl Wrs. Lcoimrtl W. Holt and roil, Leonard, Jr., and Miss Bobble Lee King will spend tomorrow nt Dixter, Mo., as guests of Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and two sons. i Mr.,and Mrs. T. | Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell] oi Memphis, wlll:iirrlvc in the ir.ovn- m;; for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward nnd family. i\fr. • and Mrs. Rowland Wolfort will have as tlic-lr quests for the remainder of the week Mrs. Wol- forl's father, . 'Leon Waxmnn. of I'nragould, anil he: brother, Joe Waxinnn, of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Chains Colenun and small daiigliler, Settle Jean, left. this morning for Little Rock „„. „„ . „ „.,,.-.. .. to spend Christmas with Mr. Cole- spend Christmas in Sikestqn, Mo, | Miss .Grace - Emboden, student i m:in 's parents,.Mr. and Mrs. Chas. - -- ----•••• . - |T. Cpleman. They expect, to return 'Miss., today for-a visit with rela- ivlll,tives, several days. Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Thorn and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blaylock, Mr. and Mrs J, A. Lloyd, Clyde Sexton and A. J. Hill visited William Crawley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. Randolph visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill. Sim! day. Misses. Kneel, Fay and Mary Randolph attended Sunday School at Burdette Sunday. ?arklnsi the holidays a', Altus, Sullivan jr., is spending Ihe holidays at Lonoke, Ark., visiting relatives. Spense's parciHs. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Mlsn Sara Parkinson of Eurdctte L. Segars in Osceola. '= spending Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Roberts and j nurse .at the Blytheville -hospital, I r - c ? !ei ons, Earl and Carl will go' to. ^ux- .went to Yarbro Inst night to spend ' SL " lt)a >'- om tomorrow for a day's vUlt. with • Christmas : with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Carte"ri;.Th«y I Miss Bonlta Bruce, student nurse j will be accompanied by Mr. and I of Ihe Blytheville hospital, went to Idays with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I Mrs. Hugh Sullivan, Mr.-.alitl, Jifrs H. Wilson and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carrol F. Blalte- inon! will go-to Covmgton. lenn., tomorrow for the day. They will be flccompanled homc by Mrs. Blake- niorc's slstor, Mis. W. A. Simontoh D. Thompson. I nn<l so;l «'. ho will vlsil'ner'c"sGvefa'l jPugh, of Memphis. Miss Aim Morris,.. o( Liltle Rock, 'girls ', Misses : Mary. Ellen Stevens nn;l ! ' went to Memphis today-for'several .i'Mlss Maude -Griggs and Mr. B3u|her 'Gannon, both of -Ashpon! .Ttna, were married here yesterday by/Justice R. L. McKnizht. .'A"mar¥lage : license was issue'd' yesterday,,'to .-Miss Pauline Preadf ~^d'Mr;. OIne J"'S tone. 1 boI ft of liefc 1 / -.Miss" Pauline Brucy, of Rector. Ark., and Mr. Aubrey Mooring, of Leachville, obtained a marriage license here.yesterday. days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor Keiser today to spend Christmas wllh her parents. Miss Lola Bryant, student nurse IS the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. .at the Blytheville hospital,-will'go Harvey Morris. Fred Matthqws will go to S(kcs- ton, Mo., tomorrow for the day.. to Lake City tomorrow for- n brief visit wllh relatives. Mrs. Earl Koontz of Springeld,- will G|Ti;iul tomorrow in Lake City as BUC3ts of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Mc- Gaufehey. Miss 'Belle Whltsltt and E. B. Ljmaii will spend Christmas in Pnragould wllh relatives of-'Miss Whltsllt. ' • • •'••'• , . Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Mo Caughan Murgarec' Mllnsr ntteml the ! clB - vs vls *'dance In Carulhersvtlle tomorrow I , _ } ] lr - 1 lul Mrs - Everett 11 Oea left Virgil Slsson left yesterday for Columbia, Mo., where he Is-lu spend the holidays mid will later attend tlie University of Missouri. -. Mrs. A.-.S. McDanlel. of Senalh,: Mo., sliopped'-hire yesterday while the'guest, of Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Mr. and Mrs. Addlwn . Siiuth j Mo., will leave tomorrow after have as their guests Mrs. ..Smith's spending several w,:eks 'here with parents, Mr. and.Mrs. Iiyin Roiish.' her molhcr, Mrs. E. M. Bryan, and of Lynchburg/tihlo. They, will ue i daughler,.:Mlss .Ellen Bryan.' Mr. here a month and then go .to... Hot' Springs for a visit before 'retinii- ing home. Miss Mamie. Blythc will arrive lo• niglit from'Ll(ii''i' .13 -employed iif tfie'-lilghwiy'-depart- nient oiflce. ' ' Kuontz, who came down several days ago, will accompany her to Fulton, Mo.,-for a.visit before returning -hore-;.and'they will spend tomorro\viwj!h a of Mrs. Koontz's -, nl^Siteston. '-•Mrs. -Mary, : Spfiiin and MLss Net- ;-Uttle Rock,; tie Gray have returned from'Beau- ^ .--.---— ™ ~*Y V I J , • ,«*""•*» **'-^"t ' k-*t U±«*J 4J«T t 1 t LU1 UUU 11UI1L 'iJCtHI- fho'-ls visiting In Osceola, spent to ; j'jhont.-TeXiV-where -they were called , , , - .-'ay in the city. He lived here a-!by\ the critical- IHness of their bro- today frr Marston and, Cape Oir : liiumber-of s'eni-s-'i'go '''ther who died nrdcaii. Mo., where they will spend | The Rev." George M. Smith, of"; At£iJ s rta'fce'Mo'uUrie' of Menashi the remainder of the w. 3 k. . , Omaha, .Krt,. V riwd ^terday .0, j A« S f ySffi ' Mr. and.Mrs.- Guy Butler of Ls- panto will spsnd Christmas day \Uth Mr. Butler's mother, Mrs. Ada Butler, in Osceola. Miss Mary Ellis Miller of Memphis Is expected home today to spend the rest of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Miller, Miss. Mary Elizabeth Flannigan, who is attending school at the University of 'Illinois, Is spending the holidays ia Osceo!a with h e r grandmother, Mrs. W. B. Flann!- gan. ' : . . Miss. Mary' Bowen Carlwrlght is In Miami, Fla.', where she will spend the:rest"of Ihc winter. Mr. anrt Mrs; w. E. Hunt will join, olhcr members of Ihe family I on- Christmas rtay at the home of' Ail!. Hays : Hospital Notes Avery Trcatt. Hidgely, Tenn.. was admitted to the Blytheville-hospital. SEASON'S ;i GREETINGS WE WISH FOR YOU^ GOOD HEALTH;' '•' GOOD FRIENDS ; PKOSPEUITY :"- Our Now Year's Rc,scv',. lution will be to serye- you even better /in: 1931 than we have- clone thus far. Elois Shopp^ Borum's B.ilcony Phone 505 --.•":£ y- Balrd Story, of Se- nntli, Mo., was n visitor in tile city yesterday. MLss Delsie Stcwurl, of Siccle, visited in the ciiy last evening. Misses Era Wright. Mabel Hogan anrt Lorna Wilson will go lo New- j bein, Tenn., today ifor n brief stay I Mann-Sandtrspn : . . with Miss Wright's mofncr . ' ! n,c day Wmiam B &fam, Sa Sh °"f T Mr -' nMr ' nnd Mrs -^ «• Cralton, Mrs. Miss Sara Drain, of Dvcrsburg, wunam Mann., both of Tomato, George M. Hunter. Miss ' Mr, and Mrs. Horace T. Gulp are in Pino Bluff for several days stay with relatives. Mrs. J. R. Hancock will spend tomorrow in Paragould witli her son, Alvis Hancock, anrt family. ; .; Me. and Mrs, A. I,. CrawforH and two children, 'of Premise 'Lurid.' wllr spend tomorrow In Lnk» City with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. w. McGuugliey. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waterman ex- pcci to spend Christmas In Memphis Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Neal Hill arc Lake a:visit wltij hts dlughSr, Mrj. 1(. m t/~iuUl.^. i^.j '*-.*Lii-l p ' - F. M. and Fltzsinunons, bridge tlmter!; ycsterddy: Mrs. Charles F. Woofl has-as'her Inspector for the state of Arkan? sas, Is spending Ihe-holidays-t 'guests. Moiiahy.' and. TuesBay. Mr. j^ ••«„-.; F ^ ank ^slvao^ and ' daughter, . ' Is h»re for the holidays. Mrs -. L . E . CHRISTMAS C(JMES But Once a Senatobla, Miss, daughter, Mrs. family. Arthur Patton has gone to Liltle , arc visiting their 11. b. Hearn, and , Bramlctt-Harkcy IjOiira ; Ti}im.. jvlll arrive toniorrow for aev- . Cralton. w. • eial days stay with Miss Sunshine L. Crp.fton, accompanied by thdr I Adnms. | housegucsls. Mr. and Mrs. Tom p. i Mr. ami Mrs. E. H. Dcaclte have foI ..R'jck to spend Christmas with liis parents. A. M. Love of Jonesboro and Ills son. Frank Y. Love, of Ada, Okla.. i. . - I vv/lll-a, Ul IjlLlLL* A inaviiaga license was obtained sikcston toninri | Jones, of Little Hock, will, go toj. here today by Miss Lavcrnc Harkcy and Mr. Wadelt Bramictt, both oi Luxora. Luxora Society—Personal :rrow 10 spend the day with another daughter nrirt sister, Mrs. w. A. Johnson, and family. -. i Miss LaVergne Hood and Pat I O'Bryaiu will motor to Paragould .tomorrow for the day. i ' Mr .nnd Mrs. Ejirl Hatcher anil I children, c( Osceola. ;vlll tpi-n:! , Christmas with Mrs. Hiitcher's par- |cnts. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Crowdcr. | Miss Kcturnli Ncely. accompanied g6nc lo Commerce, Mo., for a briet ..i_n • .. Belle, ilsls' Ruth '. M. Dorroh; 1 MlES jNell villd: Tlirnpp and three :, shop- —and \vlicn it docs, \ve sin- ped here yesterday. Dr. and Mrs.'.S. D. Chnfon, of Caruthersvllle, were visitors in the city Tuesday. ' • Mrs. Charles F. Wood wilj visit i in Caruthsrsvllte tomorrow. ccrely family lillecl" hope Iind with things life affords. you and your your stockings all tlie good visit.. Kc'rman Peckvand Hnymond Fan were visitors in the city today cs guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ix>ve and family. Miss Ola Maeijiid Edward Jo)m- : Sunday Schools Will Celebrate Christmas . • jstin.'.pf McmphuJ/'ire guests of their. .. , ,'au-1 graiiilpiu-ents, MrAaiul Mrs. a?T.' cetC left this afternoon for Spark!!, | Alton!. Tliey : fqrin'erly lived hcra, Hill,"111., where; they will rcmtiini Father J. J.'~Thompson \mi' a; nnlll' Friilay-niornint Sam Lam;nuii will siiciul Christmas in Parngould with relatives. Tom Wr.iisht wll go lo St. Louis Among the Chm'.inas. Evi' ocle- I brati'ons will be p'rpgranis present-td at the St. Sieph^n Episcopal and •Lake Street AlethpcUst churches by') s guests for "tiie "holidays" llic"Rev" a ' K ' Lakc Street/Methodist Sun-j MERRY CHRISTMAS ew Year Joirpli Murphy, the Hev. Francis Guy and Steve Jacklin, all of Little Hock. Mrs. D ;M. I Tvas the guest aids, Monday. iirs. ola- aflernoon for a vibii with Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. and MIT J I E. WhltworUi. ! Miss Moil Womackt of Montgom i (i-j-, days. | I"* Mrs. W. 1. Dviiton and daugli- I tonight for n hvief visit. I Mrs. Francis D. Haazc who Ins Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Wood and; been visiting her sister. .Mre. Rosa children, of Memphis, arrived this Mms , is leaving tomorrow to join Miss Jcnnle M Dr. Hnaze, at New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Wiley ! returned last night from Cleveland. citizen of city, who died Thursday, and Mrs. J. J. Daly have as sliidenis of the I'ilgrim Lutheran t day schools. i Botli programs ave to l)2gin at 1:30 o'clock. The Rev. H. j. Klelmlicnst, pastor of tlie Lutheran church, will preach at flic St. Stephen' Episcopal church in the morning, C o'clock, on the subject "Tlie Angel's ohris'nias Sermon." Tlie public is cordially invited to these sprvices. - SEASON'S BEST WISHES As it has been our good .pleasur; to sei'vq '.a.;. great many people of our community during'.!; the past year it is'iiow our pleasure to express;, to you our thanks for all favors shown and to .".'/J '• wish jfoij .yd.ui.aiivii.buydancq of Ch.';istm;ia.,jpy,s .-;"_,; and New Years Happiness. , v .,,:; 11 ,/>, H4LL SISTERS SHOPPEl Bessc Hail ""'. STUDIO transacted business Saturday. Among the students home for the ! Christmas holidays are MLsscs Hel-1 en Howton, Elizabeth Sliman...\iar- : garet McDsarmcjn and Deals' \ George. ; Miss Margaret-Morau who isjl teaching expression in the Lcxliig-'.l ton, Tenn., high school, is liomej for the holidays. jl Mrs. G. A. George and clu'l-j! dren spent Sunday in BIythevill:. j- Mesdames B. O. Wilkinson ar.d | Charles McOaniels were visitors in ' Osceola Saturday. j Misses Omar and Eriine Williams i attended tr.c matinee In Blytheville ' Monday afternoon. ; Miss Margarst Richards is spending the week in Osceola with rela- ! lives. i Mrs. Terry slioppcd In Dlytheville Monday. i Mrs. Willie Howard and daughter, Dixie, were Blytheville shoppers Monday. Homeless Russians Seek Alms with Beggars! SHANGHAI, 'tun—While "~z- sl4.tVi.ln Shanghai, men without a- ! country,--in the most literal sense ct'ifipSftc with tallcred Chinese bcjgars for alms and occasiciuily fal! into the hands of the po!ic» foi- trlal. One such beggar krxjj-n us 'Mr. Hanson'J.'haa ^iist 'msrte his 40th trip lo.jall, taking a 30-d;ty sentence with apparent joy at- getting In out of the colu and wet, A WISH FOR EVERY HAPPINESS DURING CHRISTMAS AND TIIE NEW YEAR We an-lainly appreciate the fact that we have had the pleasure of serving our old patrons ilurinp of Milling many new salUliecl will Iind us putting forlh in your behalf. the past year ;uxl patrons to our lisl. our best efforls Bennett's Dairy Products Wishingla ',.' Merry Christmasaiid a Happy New Year .. . most cherished among the git'ls bestowed by the passing year, is the memory oi. the pleasant relations with whom we have been privileged to serve - 4 ... so it is most sincerely that we wish voina MERRY CHRISTMAS "hone 7-1 AND A To Our Past, Present and Future Customers W. I. DENTON CHEVROLET CO. HAPPY NEW YEAR May we serve you boiler throughout 193.1 —is out chief aim. CLARENCE SAUNDER

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