PAGE SIX WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1933 x : Going Christmas shopping without knowing what you're <'.oing lo buy is like trying to use a pay phone without a direelory. Going Christmas shopping without knowing ivhal you're goiny; lo .spend is like trying u, use the phone without a nieke'. You may gel through on ihe first - - for ihe slo.ns are lull oi pleasant surprises. "Bui go hit or miss on spending - - and rhhe;- your Christmas list or your Christmas hudgei is hound lo >lrike a snag. The ad reading hnhil is invaluahieai Christmas lime. \[ Iris yon plan your lisl in advance. You know what you're going to g'nr lo whom. \ou know how much ll' s going io cost , . . down [ 0 the last liule-pcnny. Reading the ads saves you many a weary foolsiep . . . main a jostle and shove . . . many a disappointment. Ueadiug t h e IK!-. you'll almost always find you can sav< a few dollars io huv a nie.-v gift for someone very special or io hank assay for ne\i Chrisima.. And remember ihW Adverlisr<\ merchandise is alwav, heller .im-re.handise. At Christmas !im,>. And all the year Vound.
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