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PAGE TWO Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladles' Bible c'ass, First Methodist church,' having annual Christmas supper, 6:30 o'clock, at chinch. All Club Members Attend Bridge I'arty All memoers of me City Contract cluo auenuea tne party .given yesterday altemoou By Mrs. L. L. Huotner at her home. Chrysanthemums decorated the entertaining rooms wnere bridge ' was pmyea. Mrs. Hubener was hign | and .Mrs. N. M. beiisenoaugii, second high. In the games. The hostess served refreshments alter the games. * ' 4 * Are Guests of Club Mrs. c. A. Tarn and Mrs. Chester 'Haters were guests .ot Mrs, John. 0. McHancy yesterday afternoon wjien 1 sne entertained members' of the Tuesday Contract club •with a- party ac ner Hume. hefresnments were served at the conclusion of the games In whicn •Sirs*. ''rane was ntjn ana Mrs. Nabers, second high sccror. * * * Chrlslraas Molif Used in Decorations A Christmas scneme was carried Out in the decorations for Uic bridge party given yesterday altcr- hoon bj Mrs. c. G. tomnn Jr., at her home. Taiiits were .Indicative of the Yuieiiae seas.n'wniic red chrysanthemums and red perries were used in ine aecoriittons. Helresnineiics wore served after the games m ivnlcri Miss KUtli linn was hign scorer and Mrs. Ktnuerl \Veieniuinp, second high. Bits of Newi Mostly Pertontli Netf Club Miss Patty anaria was hostess to the briajje cluo recently organized by seven memoers Oi lae younger set^or a party Jnst mgnt tu ner home. Besiacs the inemueis, gutyis were Mrs. John Tn.nins Stnnjon and Sirs. H. P. Kelsey Jr. A sandwich piaic wiin coffee was served at the conclusion OS games in which Miss Marguret Shaver was high scorer and Mrs. Seanlon, seu- ouu nigh. Mem'oers of the club which organized ot a ' party at the homo ot Miss Mildred M.ore a few weeks ago are: Miss Moore, Miss Shane, Miss Shaver, Miss Sara Jo Little, Miss Frances Little, Miss Mary Spam Usrey' and Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Sir. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin. * « » Has Pie Supper Miss Do rv thy Gates was hostess at a pie supper at her home east of Walker Park Monday night. There were 22 guests. : Various games were : played before the hostess served the pie with coffee. • . * • » Workers Assem% Meets for Dinner One hundred and fifteen Sunday school officers of the First Baptist church attended the monthly Workers' Assembly at the church last, night. The ta'Oles were decorated In keeping with the Thanksgiving season and the menu featured a chicken pie plate lunch served by members of the Junior department. Ths tables were arranged according to the offices each ' held in the scho:l. W. L. Clark Jr., superintendent, presided over the meeting at which Roy Porter, associate superintendent, outlined the present Extension program. Mrs. J. W. Shousc, general secretary, spoke briefly on "How h Make Records Talk". The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the church, gave the devotional message to the teachers on "The Commission Teacher". Raymond Zachry, superintendent of the Baptist Chapel on Lilly street, dismissed the group with prayer. At The Hospitals Etytiievilie Hospiall Ross Mahan. city, admitted. W. H. Glover, city, dismissed. Miss Lola Mason, city, dismissed. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Llies, cily, a daughter yesterday afternoon, weighing seven pounds. .-^ three ounces. Walls Hospital • Lloyd Chenoweth, city, adniil- .*.,i, Jodie t»von Hall, city, dismissed. &£ 1Irs - Bi!1 Goodrich and " baby. jgjlcity, dismissed. MiL R Banks, New Liberty, dis- ' U. S. Bailey, Ltlbcimi. dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Morris Stroud, Manila, admitted. Mrs. Jake Huffman, citv admitted. Miss Lola Nasnh, city, admitted. Marlon Gray, of Memphis, will spend toimrrow here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Gray. Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Corder of Political), Ky., came Sunday to make their home here. Mr. center will be office manager of Ihe local C. I, T, Corporation replacing J. J. Tray;i:r, who Ims been promoted (o the newly created office of branch manager. The Cordcrs were motored here by Lee Kussell, formerly of here nnd now of Pndncr.h, who visited friends during the uny. Miss Belle Wh-llsitt has returned from Washington, D. C., where she was the guest of Senator Hattlc Caiaway. She was accompanied on the trip 1>y Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Parr nnd Mrs. Jo T. Trice, of Jonesnoro. Senator Caraway returned honis with them Mknduy night and will spend two weeks in Joncsboro before returning to Washington. MLss Emily D,ile Gray will go to Fayetteville for the Tnanksgiviny holidays. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rucker ot Bragg city, M-:., will spend tomorrow with their daughter, Mrs. C. J. Little, and iamlly. Mrs. John Frank Boweu is much Improved after having been quite seriously 111. She has been given Severn! blood transfusions. Thc twin daughter. 1 ! which were born to her Monday at the Walls h-ispllal nrc doing very well. Willtuin Ik'swlck will go to Blue Mountain, Miss., to spend the Thanksgiving weekend with his fnmlly. Miss May Toncy, wiio lias been 111 for several days, is now better, Mrs. W. H. Barber, of Holland, Is resting well Kday following her removal from the Witlls hospital to the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. P. Parks, and family. Mrs. Barber was injured In nil Automobile accident Sunday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlton Smith Jr. left today for Hcrrln, III, to j:ln a party for a gobse hunt. They plan to be away until the lirst of the week. Miss Mnrle Wnlden, of Memphis, will arrive tomorrow U- spend the Thanksgiving holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John WHldcn, and to be with her sister, Mrs. Liithsr \yilllnms, who Is ill nt TK<< "home;* 500 -Filth -street; ; John Price - Walden, of Hot Springs, a son cf the Wnlriens, will arrive in the morning to visit his family. Miss Lola Nnson wns tnken In an ambulance lo Memphis last ?.ijht for ail emergency operntlor. for appendicitis at the Baptist litus'tal. Mrs. P. L. Busier has returned from prints of Texas where she visiled relatives and attended to business for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis and son, Carl Jr., Miss Medrith Hancock, and Miss Marguerite Slhz left this afternoon lav St. Louis where they will spend tomorrow. Tonight, they will stop nt Fostus. Mo., for a visit with Mr. Davis' niece. Miss Alta Garllnjlon is ill of influenza at 1115 West Main street. Miss Winifred Crawford, who attends State Teachers college In Jonesb;ro, are spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivy w. Crawford. Miss Mavy Ann Nabers and Miss Mary D. Filzjcrald, both students at Arkansas State college at Jmies- boro, are spending the holiday weekend here with their parents. Miss Nabcrs' mother. Mrs. Chester Nabcrs, motored ever for them and Miss Eugenia Crawford this morning. Dr. and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Afflick will attend the University o; Ahbama- Vandcrbilt football game in Nashville tomorrow. Miss Louise Brcwnlcc. who attends Arkansas State College at Joncsboro. will arrive this afternoon to spend the holidays witli her falher. M. F. Brownlce. and family. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and daughter. Miss Patricia, and Mr. and Mr$. S. Mbslcy, niul Warren Clnrk will bc among the Blvtljc- vllle people In Nashville tomorrow fcr the University of Alnbama- Vandertlll football game Mr. and Mrs. Mosley's son, Heiscltcl. Is a member of thc Alabama team .inri Lloyd Wise Jr.. Is a member of the "Red Shirt" team. They will (be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hall, of SI. Louis. Mrs. John M. Vcudp.s hn s returned from Moomington. Ind., where she had spent several weeks with her father relieving the death of her mother. Osceola Society — Personal Alkiiil 1). A. R. Luncheon. interest each fall here Is the annual D. A. R. Luncheon and Style show -held at the Hotel Pcabody in Memphis for the benefit of their scholarship fund, Oriulnally scheduled for November 16. It was postponed on account of bereavement In the homes of three members, and held -nt thc Peabody Skyway Monday. Those Holng from hero were Mrs. John W. Edrlngton, -vice-regent of thc chapter; Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Mrs. vv. J. Driver, Mrs. C. A. Davis, Mrs. E. H. Jones, Mrs. James H. Lovcwoll, Mrs. Margaret narbiei'S, Mrs. P. J. Scmines, Mrs. C. E. Sullenger, Mrs. B. s. Driver, Mrs. W. W. Prcwltt. Mm. U. V. Miuldcn, Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Mrs, E. A. Tcaford, Miss Nell Rhodes, Mrs. H. J. Halo, Mrs. W. B. FJannlgan, Mrs. E. S. Shippen. Mrs. George Abrcy, Mrs. Arthur Rogers of, Jackson, Miss., who is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hale: and Mrs. Edward Scgraves ot Highlower. « • « Mrs. James Driver Hostess. Mrs. M. E. Pope, Mrs. E. H. Rllcy and Mrs. Fnber A. While were guests playing with the Thursday Bridge club In the country home of Mrs. James Driver Thursday afternoon. High score award was won by Mrs. Prank Williams find the second highest score was made by Mrs. Driver, who played with her guests. ton, Nancy Tucker, Mrs, P Jacobs. • » • Among (he Sick. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS children, Von and Mary Virginia of Vance," Miss.- Mrs. Gwaltnoy will eo to Memphis today to meet their daughter, Carolyn Gwaltney, who attends school at Ward-Bel- moht college, in Nashville. Carolyn will spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hampton and son, James Wesley, of Elaine, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Naomi File of Memphis, spent Sunday here with their sister, Mrs. ,, o, v>. Frank Conwoy, who was ! Jolm Douglas, and broiher, Gordon , Injured several months ago in on I Hampton. automobile accident on Elizabeth; Mr am) been Packard were on ccoiint of the '. Packard's J' l »lce complications, from a heart attack suffered Sat- lous - urday night. Mr. Packard had been McCIendon. daughter ol with thc Cnmdcn News since Mr. nnd Mrs. J. VV McClcnrton.lfiiimdln? 10 years ago, as lino- has the whooping cough. Edward Banks, who has been tiuilc wltli but sill! In bed. type operator. He leaves a wife, two daughters, , " luch Farm I.tailors Meet. . ls n .. ., Ill JV«>Vi> M "J"., V»W IIUU£111V'^< .„ .'.'S. , en da V* i Mrs. Jeff Womack of Elliott nnd Miss Lou Packkard of Camden, and his son, E. W. Packard of Osceola, a member of the Osceola j high school faculty. ' Funeral services were held from the First Methodist church in Camden Monday ^ afternoon. Miss Mnrjorlc Hill of Marie, who lias been connected wilh the FSA offices here for the past several months, has been transferred to (lie Little Hock offices of the or- ganisation. Mr. and Mrs. Lse Maxwell and daughter, Glcnda Marie, and Mrs. of thc Mississippi County Farm Bureau; A. c. Owens of Mllllgnn Ridge, secretary of the county organization; Rufus c. Branch of Pecan Point and J. P. Tompklns of Burdette arc in Little Rock /or the annual convention of the Arkansas Farm Bureau. Mr. Branch of the board of di•rectors, while Mr. Tompkins is 011 the resolutions committee . ' . I,U"M > Another group of agricultural Fayette NOVEMBER 20, I93Q Enochs remained here for Thanksgiving with her aunt.. Dr. C. Wesley Eoag. vlce-presi- 1 , dent and general mtnmger of the Ardrycr Dehydrating Company, Milwaukee, wis., was here Wed- wilh farmers' of put- ncsday conferring regarding; the pracl ., ,. .... ting another dehydrating plant In this section of the county. Frank Bcli; secretary-treasurer, of the Planters' Production Credit| Corporation, and Van Elliott, associated with Anderson-Clayton Cotton Company here, will leave for their homes In Mississippi today lo spend Thanksgiving with their relatives. MJ-. Elliott lives In-Water Valley while Mr. Bell's home is in Ethel, Miss. Mr., and Mrs. Clarence Origsby and daughter, Peggy Lou, will drive to' Memphis this afternoon where they will meet Mrs. Grigsby's brother, 'Marcus Hollabaugh of Washington, D. O., for the trip to Marshall, Ark., to spend the holidays with : theln parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hollabaugh, Mr Hollabaugh 1ms beeri in New Orleans lor the past month on an investigation for the government. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clay ^oung and children, Elmer and Joe Clay Young III of Jonesboro will arrive Thursday morning for two (lays visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Young of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhodes will John w! Eclrlngton will drive to 8° to Comvay and Fayetteville for -today to spend their sous, Monroe Maxwell and William Bard Thanksgiving with leaders from the south end of the county will leavo Osceola the last, _ of the week for Chicago to attend j Edrington, both" r7r"~who'm"a're"' ul- the American Farm Bureau Association's annual convention. In the party will bo Rufus C. Branch of Pecan Point, I,, E. Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, L. H. Autry of Burdette, E. H. Burns, Godfrey , L. White, Leese Williams. Mr. White and Mr. Williams will also attend the session of the Vegetable Growers Association of America, meeting in connection with Ihe Farm Bureau. * * * Junior Circle Meets. First and Second Tliessalonians were taught by Mrs. B. M. Fletcher to members of the Junior circle of thc Woman's Council of the Christian church in the home of Mrs.. L. c. B. Young on Hate avenue Monday afternoon. tending the University of .Arkansas. They will return Sunday. Franklin Robinson of Clarks- dalc, Miss., his son. B. D. Robinson who attends Mississippi State College at Stnrkvllle, and Miss Mary Lucille Blrdsong were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Williams Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Florida will go to Memphis tonight to hr.vc dinner with Mr. Florida's sister, Mrs. J. B. Strickling. and Mr. Strickllng on 88T Sheridan Road, The occasion Is the eighth wedding anniversary of the Slrick- Edward tea ford Jr.. accompanied his wife lo Memphis Monday where she joined her sister, Miss Mary Gray Rogers of Fort Smith, for thc motor trip to Atlanta. Ga., for a brief visit with an aunt and sister. Their mother, Mrs. Douglas G. Rogers of Fort Smith, who has been visiting in Atlanta for three Pull the Trigger on Constipation, and Pepsin-izeAcidSiomacfiToo lings and it is the annual custom of thc two couples to have dinner together at this time. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Moore had as their guests Sunday their Airs, llcn-c.il Entertains. Pnrplo and yellow chrnsanthe- muins were used by Mrs. Arthur W. Bowen in tlic decorations of her home on Semmcs Avenue Fil- l day afternoon for thc Friday! Bridge club. The three guests sisllng in the nutrition projccUat| awm were 'Mrs. Jnsper Tliomnson Jr., the Osceoln Grade school, -as W cll' Mcorc ' Mrs. H. c. Davidson and Mrs. as helping the Goodfellows Club! ° r Nashville, Tenn James Driver. "' ' Highest score was made by Mrs. 1 r A. White. Plans were formulated for iis-1 daughter, Mrs. Ira Gwin and Mr. ,*(.— i.- .... -..i.,.,. ... .'Gwin of iVfemphis, and Mrs. 's sister, Mrs. J. A. Johnston tshville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Wclby Young were in Jonesboro Monday. Mr. Young in preparing Christmas baskets for the needy families. Mrs. Lovcwcll Hostess. Mrs, Georgia Wiggs of Memphis, who was the guest of her niece, Mrs. P. P. Jacobs, last week, and Mrs. Charles E. Sullengcr were the two guests at thc meeting of I the Friday Bridge club In the', home of Mrs.. James H. Lovewcll.'' Mi's. Stillcnger wns presented! >*o for highest score, while Mrs.| -"Vggs was also presented a gift by the hostess. • * » Mrs, Walters Honored. Mrs. J. F. Olascoe and Miss Jane Wcathersby entertained sev- ernl couples with a bridge party and shower In the home of Mrs. Glascoo Thursday night in special compliment to Mrs. L. W. Walters Jr. Costume- jewelry went to Mrs. O. L. Waddell. Jr., for highest score, and playing earns to Mrs. Joe Rhodes for second highest score. Handkerchiefs were presented Mrs. Robert H. Kendrlck. Othcr guests were Mrs. New- combo ot Flat River, Mo., and Mrs. D. P. Crouch, Attend Christmas Parade. Among those who went to Memphis Friday and Friday night for the Christmas parade were Mr. and Mrs, c. B. Driver and children; Mr. nml Mrs. E. W. Packard, and children; Mrs, Herbert Ehiupeii and children; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver and children; Mrs. U C. B. Young, accompanied by her father. C. S. Stevens of Blythevlllc; Miss Gcraldinc Lis- Mrs. L. C. B. Young nnd" Mrs. W. E. Johnson were named a cpm- mltlee to plan a soclnl night for Ihe church early In December. They will confer with a committee lo bc appointed from the Senior circle. , Miss Oeraldino Listen and Miss Aline Word were Memphis visitors Saturday. Miss Listen and Mrs.' Margaret Barblers were also in Memphis on Thursday. Mrs. Authur Rogers of Jackson, Miss., is here for a visit of several days witli her parents, Mv. and Mrs. H. J. Hnlc. Mrs. Rogers met her father In Oxford Satin'- , (lay where he had gone to witness I the Ole Miss-Mississippi Slate football game and returned with him to Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gwalt- ncy had os their guests last week ' Mrs. Gwaltney's sister, Mrs. H. D. ] Graham nnd Mr. Graham and SCHOOL NEWS Central Has Staging .Chapel A new type of assembly is tlic singing chapel yhich Is conducted at Central school on alternate Wednesdays, Students of the second througit the sixth grades participate The students are taught popular tongs, patriotic songs, and "old lavorU«s". They spend from 30 to 45 in mules each meeting day in Jl ; you feel wc.ik and tire c;isilv. you will f ul ,| |)V. 1'icrcc's G o 1 rl c i, Mcdicai Discovery a bciicricial tonic. It stimulate,* the appetite and increases tlic Row o[ gaslrir. juice, iluis, . | 0 j,,,. prove Hie diges The grcup Is directed by Miss Medrith Hancock ' who U accompanied by Miss Lola Nason. Botli. are Central school instructors. lliE you nt the mercy ot a suimy yxsncczy, cmotltery Ural cold? Whyciulure so much misery? A | Ut i c ftirntholauim nppllctl in rnrli nostril \vlll soothe thc liritatni nisil membranes, cltecX tllc sncfrln-* relieve thcrtilinncis, aim !ioi u ,.(,„ to brc.ttlic more easily. Also rub Mcn(lio:.ttuui vlcoroustv on tlie chrsl snrt liack to Improve tlic loom wooil clraiiJUloH, nnrt Uu« Ealn extra help In relieving cold <l!j. comtorts. Hun u on tlic torche.-ul nml (rmplM la rvll.iy lic»dnclic nn,1 ncurr.lRln Ouo 10 colds EEJ53X transacted business while Mrs. Young visited -with her mother, Mrs. A. M. Love. •Mr. and Mrs. .M. E. Mcpcarman and son, Thomas Edward,' will go to Halls, Term., this afternoon lor Thanksgiving with Mrs. McDearman's parents, Mr. and Mrs'/T. G. Avery. t Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Enochs .6f Sippel, Ark., and daughter. Oplie- Ipngue, sour laste, and bad brcat'b, yt,,,, stomach is probably loaded up with certain undigested food and your bowels don't move. Soyr- ---••••- • Among the Osceola teachers who "l spend Thanksgiving with their families In other cities are Mrs. Louise Presson, who will go to Mian. Tenn., this afternoon la vi«l her mother, Mrs. Joe Thomas. Miss Mary Gaulding will spend the remainder of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gaulding in Memphis. Miss Chloe Clnrk will go to Con- wny for the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John " J. Clark: She will bo accompanied on thp trip by Miss Ada Mac Burton of Keiscr, who will go on (o Hazcu lo visit her parents until Sunday. Miss Dorothy Starr will enter- In m- guests from Little Rock for three days. Miss Christine Poindexter leaves Ihls afternoon for Imboden to bc the guest of her parents, Dr. J C. Poindextnr and Mrs. Poindexler. Demonstration Club News Notes To Have rlay 'The Dogwood Home Demotislia- Uon club will present a play at the Burdette school Friday night, members of the group said today' The name of the play to be presented is "The Last Half Day in the District Schcol" Taxes on eggs amount to approximately 61 per cent of the cost. Wear Flowers For a Fcslive Thanksgiving D.andP. Flower Shop 103 E. Main Phone 200 COLDS Cause Discomfort 666 - Tablets - Salvo - Nose Drops Fat quick relief from Hie misery of colrts, lake CCB WED. - THUR. ""i «•«•* i^u.Mim (, vjcuita LU pill! the trigger on tliose lazy bowels. So be sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. , 1 akc Dr. Oildwell's Laxative, because its I byrm> Pepsin helps you gain that won- i neriulstomncbconifort.whilcthcl^isative Senna moves your bowels. Tests prove thc power ofPcpsmtodissolvcttmselumpsof undigested protein food which may linger in your stomach, localise belching, gastric acidity and nausea. This is haw pepsiii- mngyourslomach helps relieve it of such distress. At the s.ime time this medicine wakes \i j) lazy nerves nnd muscles in ycur bowels to relieve ymir constipatioii. So seG how much better you feel by taking the laxative thnt also puts Pepsin to work on that stoniach discomfort, too. Even tin- icky.childrcn love to lastc this pleasant ' family laxative. Buy Dr. Caklwcll's Laxative—Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your, dniggist today! You can buy anything in our lino now, paying only one-half down and the halmicc next fall, providing the tnlal bill amounts to $40 or more. FURNITURE CO. FlRStlOVE Also Paramount News R, Comedy FRIDAY S50.00 Goad Reasons why you should atlcnd. NIGHT OF NIGHTS Pal O'Kricn & Olympe Bradniv Also selected shorls j PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co, Main & First Phone HI For Best Results ! In Baking—Use 'Shibley's Best rlioiiB RiU 224 Phone Uo.xy 33H OXY WED. & THUR. Jessie Matthews "IT'S LOVE AGAIN" Also Selected Short Subjects « Fri, & Sat. 10.1- IIVIKCSIOK UTMDfffi HIITIM OTNtUI IUUIM ' Also cartoon & Serial "Fightingr Oevilriogs LISTEN TO KI.CN 11:00 a.m. — K:K p.m. —4:30 p.m. ifej ur Thanksgiving S • 1 M, essage FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER Row. r f()r - VOUr v JhaisksgivitiR. Sweet peas, s, loses and carnations, pom-poms in mauv colors and Today in this slrcamlined age, thc pace is often so fast thai people are led to oimt the small but essential courtesies of life. A burned nod, a quick word of greeting, and they are on their breathless way. Bui we are not satisfied to pass over U 1-ghlly the pleasant association of the Past year w,th both our old and many^nsw customers and to Icl you take our appreciauon for granted. Therefore at this Thanksgiving period we want to ex- end to every frtend and customer of tU bank our thanks and appreciation for the business entrusted lo us. ' ' Our bank is a . service i institution and.il \ W desire lo render every possible banking serv.ce to the community m keying with ou r well established rule of safe and conservative banking. Our f.rsl duty is to our depositors and we have m the past^ned to vender a service cxpehcd of a bank and from the continued pleasant relations wilh our old customers! and ihe many new customers that arc coming to us daily we feel that our se.rvict- has been justified. We hope that in the future our service wil/j be more beneficial to our customers and to the community. ( I The Farmers Banjk & Trust Co. ^m

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