Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 13, 1952 · Page 4
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MOM STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS friday, Pwmbcr 12, 1952 K '•' fe. CELEBRATING OUR 5TH ANNIVERSARY 194 7 1952 1947 KXAR 1952 studio Phpto €) • To SUCCESSFUL You and You OPERATION »3X*A "ii K - "•* We wish to invite each of you to attend the KXAR Open House Sunday afternoon from 1 to 6 P. M. Prices will be given and several special programs will be broadcast throughout the afternoon. ItX^ i&: '. '. J* S' *"*>•*• MW^,^ ^•sw" ' ! ' A '" <"" &', KXAR Anniversary Quartet Jamboree Directed by Horace Kennedy! High School Glee Club Under the Direction of Mrs. B. C. Hyatt Other programs starting at 1 P.M. and continuing throughout the afternoon are being planned. .^gts? r '.3s? ^ to trv in every way to be of more service to the ' "•"* :i -'- to come - \^ 54TH YEAR: VOL. 54 — NO. 52 Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor Alex. H. Washburn They Sing for Each Other — Not for the King or His English I felt outraged by something my favorite trade editor wroto Hi? day. In the Imperial Type !etal magazine I caught the us ually sophisticated William Feather admitting that: "Not until I read an arlirlo in the Saturday Review of Literature on tho subject of vernacular did il occur to me that popular hi'ammatieal corruptions have charm and fasc.ina- tiun for most people." . The reason I felt outraged, is Jthal the vernacular twist, ot Inng- "Vage is .something that has notably and obviously charmed men ever since language was invented. It's in all our pioneer literature. Daniel Bonne and Andrew Jackson, weren't university graduates, but when' they s;iid something everybody knew what they wero talking about — then and now. The vernacular is a prize package of our novels and plays, movies and burlesque, and sorry b*> * $ie piece that pokes unseemly fun at it. The fact is, we have ono language for conversation and another for writing, and wherever there's much conversation and lit-j The WSB has been unable to t.le writing the vernacular "comes get to its backlog of 12,000 cases Hope Star Itar «f HOM lift, Pratt lt»7 CmiolMaM Jan. II, IMt HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13,1952 Mtmbtri Th» AttwUtMl Pmi* l> Audit Burwu of Av, N«t PeW Clrtl. » MAI. Indlng Sipt. to, t*» — J,M4 WIAYHtft Arkansas : Generally fair **<&-* afternoon, tonight, Sunday) rath$e r "p cold this afternoon tottlghi •"" *'' * 4 ly wnrmcr north, Sunday, tonight 24-30, ^i High 8?*'Low 35 Truman to Try to Prop Sagging Control Program I WASHINGTON I/PI — President Truman was expected to prop up his buffeted controls program today by naming new industry members to the Wage Stabilization Doard after picking a new price boss. The President appointed Joseph H. Freehill yesterday as administrator ot the Office of Price Stabilization. Freehill, a nalive New Yoikcr, had been acting in that capacity since Tighe Woods resigned Nov. 24. Truman told his Thursday news conference he would end the WSB parnlysis before the week was out. And Economic Stabilizer Roger L. Putnam said a few hours later he had sent a list of proposed appointees to the White House. Safe Robbers Apprehended by Local Officers ''.Eleven minutes after word was received nt the local State Police Station three Dnllns Negroes were arrested by Sgt. Mtlloli Hosier and Assistant City Police*-Chief Allen Shipp for robbing a safe at a l.,ew- Isvillo Drug Store. The trio was picked up on the outskirts of Hope. They had walked Into the drug store, simply pulled a sack of nionc.v out of an open safe hut dropped most of it as they fled. Lpwisville Officers radioed the Hpix 1 station and they wero picked Up. The men all have long records nt Dhllas, officers said. They were listed as Willie Gray, Sil; 'George Bjmics 22, and Kills Washington natural." I've pointed this out in several issues of Daily Bread. And now comes William Feather, polished gentleman, world traveler and trades editor, and says the diseoverey "surprises'" him. . y He says that Horace Reynolds, who wrote the Review article, declares millions of people like the vulgar, and Reynolds himself likes it. And then come .some illustrations, as (Hinted by Feather A trucker .wou'.d say, "He don't know uothin," and "Between you and I. him and her drinks ton much," and "Them people are dangerous." From the Deep South comes this: "Dear Nappy: You know I love . you. If I hadn't of loved you I wouldn't ot let you did what, you done." And from Brown county, Indiana, comes this"If I hadda knowed thftt you wanted to have wont, I certainly would have see'd that you got to git to go." Such sentences, says Reynolds, have bounce and sparkle. But Feather says he's surprised. Didn't he ever hear thi! word? y&i a popuar song — any of. 'em? How aboui that lady's "immortal" lament, which I quote loosely: "If I'da knowed you wuz a-comin' 1'da baked a cake"? That there, and several million more. Not the King's English — but then songs are sung by everyone. . and not many songs are addressed to the King. since the seven industry members resigned a week ago. They quit in a protest against Truman's action in overruling the beard to bring a soft coal miners' wage increase to .$1.90 a day instead of the $1.50 a day approved by the board. By law the three-cornered WSB can not meet unless all segments- industry, unions, the public — arc represented. The President's attempts to shore up the anti-inflation program came under mounting pressure for the scuttling trols. But he CLEANING JOB — A pistol packing Marine tanker puts his weight to a broom 'as he cleans snow from his M-46 tank In preparation for a patrol Into enemy territory somewhere in Korea. Heavy snows blanketed the terrain dropping temperatures toward ze'ro degrees. — NEA Telephoto of wage-price con- showed no sign of being moved by the opposition of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, ihc National Association of Manufacturers or the CIO. After his appointment as OPS chief yesterday Freehill promptly announced that one-fourth of his staff must be laid off because of a lack of funds. Testing Stock for TB Now Underway per cent of Hemp- cattle for tubercu- Those Books 'Jonah to Me' Actress Wails By GENE HANDSAKER HOLLYWOOD UP) — Those Max Ike Won by Margin of 6.6 Million Votes By D. HAROLD OLIVER WASHINGTN, I/PI—Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower defeated Gov. Adlal Stevenson for president on Nov. 4 by 6,616,233 as a vote-conscious electorate marked a record-smashing 01.547,861 ballots. These are the official figures as compiled by The Associated Press as the last four states reported their canvasses yesterday to complete the national count: Eisenhower 33,927,549 Stevenson 27,311,316 Others 308,996. Presidential electors will cast their votes in the respective states Monday showing Eisenhower to have carried 39 states with an electoral vote of 442 and Stevenson to have won only nine states with 89. Congress in joint session will make the count ultra-official Jan. 6 and Eisenhower will take office Jan. 20. Bradley in Middle of Ike, Truman Tiff By ELTON C. FAY Reinhardt manuscript books that Marilyn Monroe bought at auction have become "a Jonah to me," the actress says. "So many schools want them, I hardley know what to clo," she wailed last night as a fifth university joined in the dignified clamor for the late theatrical producer's volumes. Marilyn said the latest plea was the University of Kansas Previously USC, UCLA Stan- The 1952 official figures show many records were broken in an election that gave Gen. Eisenhower a tremendous personal victory. The total vote broke the previous Testing ton stead county ,lpsis will get underway Monday, •Stannary a, announced county agent Oliver L. Adams, today. Dr. H. E. Arthur, Veterinary Livestock Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry, USDA, will do the testing. A test will require two visits to each herd by the veternar- ian, one to make the injection for the test reaction and the second to observe the reaction. The purpose of the test is for reaccrcditation of Hempstead coun (^f so that cattle mny be moved out for purposes other than immediate slaughter without a spe cial testing permit issued by the recognized veternarian for health authorities. The reaecreditation period will be for six years unless more frequent tests are consider- from City ford and Harvard each let her know it would certainly like to add the books to their shelves. Meanwhile USC tried a new wrinkle in wooing Marilyn's favor. A 20th-century Fox spokesman said an invitation had been conveyed from the USC librarian to join him in his 50-yard-line box at the Rose Bowl football game on New Year's Day. The invitation included any additional guest of her choosing. Marilyn hadn't decided about accepting. The librarian, Dr. Lewis F. Steig, asked Marilyn last week to add her acquisition to USC's $12,000 Reinhardt collection of some 3,000 items. Marilyn's contribution would make the USC collection com plete, he said. The blonde last night promised a decision in a few days on which university to favor with the books. Helping her make up her mind is her studion drama coach, Natasha ed necessary. Grade A dairy herSs I Lytess. are tested each year under health "rules. Hempstead county cattle owners _ siring the fiee test for tuberculosis should advise County Agent Adams not later than January 5. Preference for the free test will be given owners of home farm cows, registered breeding of beef cattle, and cattle dairy herds moved into the county from other areas. The county agent will advise the date the testing vtternarian will first call at the farm. It was Miss Lytess, a associate of Reinhardt drama workshop here, who suggested the purchase to Miss Monroe. They phoned the auctioneer and asked him to delay the sale 15 minutes until they could get there. record of 1940 by 11,727,449, and exceeded the 1948 aggregate by 12,859,572. Thirty-nine states showed a better than 70 per cent turnout in relation to their estimated cligibles Where, actual registrations were known it is believed that New York led in this category with 91 pei cent. Rhode Island, Connecticut Idaho, Massachusetts, Michigan; Oklahoma and Utah exceeded thii but only in percenlages'.'based on "estimated registrations" whicl could have been too louh All told, a total of 62,042,777 bal lots were cast over the nation, bul.i only 61,547,861 were officially count-! ed for president, The higher figure, never entered in the record books, includes.ithe highest vote in each state regardless of the contest. 7t embraces blank and void votes—those marked for state or local candidates but not for president, and those thrown out for improper marking. Eisenhower .polled 55.1 per cent of the total presidential vote, Ste^ venson 44.4 and others 0.5. The "others" were minor party candidate votes. Eisenhower's ratio of the major party vote was 55.4, Stevenson's 44.6. An indication of the Republican former candidate's personal triumph is in his seen in the fact that he ran ahead of his party's ticket in 31 of the 37 states for which figures were available last night. He lagged be hind GOP state candidates in Arizona, Minnesola, New Harnp shire, North Dakota, Vermont, WASHINGTON I;V) — Mild old Gen. Omar Bradley, who doesn't liko arguments, was back in town today and faced with prospects of finding himself the middle man in an Eisenhower-Truman tifC. Bradley, a chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and VVorld War II colleague of Gen. Eisenhower in the battle of Europe, was picked by President-elect Eisenhower to Ro with him on the journey to Korea. Eisenhower said that mission, rom which he is now returning, was to seek a way for honorable conclusion of the war. But Truman says the trip was the result of campaign clemagoguery by Eisen- lower. The JCS chairman flew back to Washington last night, in company with Cabinet officers and advisers Eisenhower has selected and who were in the mid-Pacific conferences earlier in the week. It was expected he would make an official report at the White House today on the military situation he found in Korea, where Eisenhower and his party confer' red with theater and field commanders. ;jTwo Involved i|n Divorce ^ Deal, Charged LITTLK HOCK Ml — A 24-year old l-'ulnski County man and his hulf-sister yesterday were ehargec with forgery and uttering in con nection with a fradulenl divorce'. The charges were filed by ; D'ep uty Pulaskl Prosecutor John 'JeVn igan against Coburn Simpson Jr. and Mrs. Patricia Ann Whitl'fold 20, both ot near Little Rock.'. Jernigan said the two were cused of conspiracy in the obtain-' ing of a divorce by Simpson from his first wife, Mrs. Jewell Simp- sofT of Dallas, Tex. The deputy prosecutor said Mrs. Simpson was n Dallas when the couple per- uadcd another woman to repre- ent herself as Mrs. Simpson in he divorce proceedings. Jernigan said Simpson and Mrs. iVhltficld had the woman sign a vaivcr of service, which guaran- ees that a divorce will not be con- ested. He added that the woman whom he did not name, upparent- ;as duped by the couple, and VIP VISITORS — Secretary of Defense-designate Charles E. Wilson chats with Cpl, Mlchatel Bayly of Portland, Ore., In the evacuation ward at Trlpley Army Hospital, Hawaii. Mr. Wilson visited the hospital while In Hawaii to confer with Presldcnt-ele'ct Elsen- hower. — NEA Telaphoto Funeral Services for W. H. Bruce to Be Held Sunday '.!.. Funeral services for W. H. Bruce kged 63, DeAnn resident who dice it his home Thursday, will be hole it 2 p.m. Sunday at DeAnn by he Rev. Robert Cook assisted by he Rev. Leroy Samuel, Buria ivill be at DeAnn. Active pallbearers: Bill and Car W. Burke, Dexter Alford, Joe Wil ett, John Allen and John Sprucll For once Marilyn, who's well an d Wisconsin. known for being late for appointments, was on time. The curvy actress outbid a USD Continued on Page Two • The first guns were made in the first quarter of the 14th Century. IT'S GETTING LATE! Here's a lovely mqntel clock CwnpieU with mellow chime, rewind you * Presbyterians to Hold Candlelight Service Sunday A special Christmas Candlelight Service will be held at the Presbyterian Church Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The Joy Gift offeri»g will be received at the service. The church will be lighted with candles. Special features include Christmas carols, a piano duet by Sheila and Sharon Foster, special Christ mas music by the organist, a special song by the choir, a trio consisting of Janet McKenzie, Carolyn Long and Paula • Raley will sing "Away in a Manger." A men's chorus and the choir will sing "We Three Kings of Orient Are." Burne-Jones' painting "The Stai of Bethlehem" will be shown on tie screea and |« message Slevenson oulpolled Democratic state tickets in only nine states and they topped his vote in 28. The nine where he led his party's tick et were Arizona, Delaware, Ken lucky, Maine, New Hampshire New Jersey, New York, Norlh and South Dakota. The better showing by Eisen hower than Stevenson in relation t their party's state tickets explain in large measure why the Repub Means came up with such slim ma jorities in Congress. Despite Eisenhower's whopping popular votej margin, his party showed net gains of only 19 House members, two senators and five governors. Said* no charge against her. The Associated . would be filed Press had re Council Looks for Batch of New Budgets LITTLE HOCK W — The chairman of the Arkansas Legislative Co.jiKMl .-inys he expects Gov.-eloct Francis Cherry to submit n number iif "new budgets" to tho group Cherry Wants 'Corrective' Legislation LITTLE ROCK IM — Qov.-oloct Francis Cherry snys he believes "corrective legislation" will bo sub milled to tho 18511 General Assembly to deal with the, dual problems of low judges' salaries and juvo nile dellnquincy. Cherry's statement was made by Council members that budfiets! yesterday before tho Arkansas week. Rep- L. H. Aulry of Mississippi County, In •'. response to criticism Daunt less RO Storm, Retake Hill From Reds By QEORQE MACARTHUR SEOUL (X) - Tough Httlo SdtSS Korean troops today stormed to/"| tho top ot Littlo Nort Hill loaf' 5 more than two days ngo, drbvotiMf < Mod romnnncta, then stuck Ihor^,, stubbornly under steady poundlfuf from Communist guns and infantry.;," assaults. S fi Other Republic ot Korea soldWlf/M attacked Reds on Big Norl, 300 yards to the north. The ROKs battled to within yards ot fllg Norl's crest, w*,. pinned down more than two howf by heavy artillery and mortar jii and then wero forced to wlthdU&$ AP Correspondent Mllo reported a tew South Koi fantrymon dashed gal through the curtain ot Chinese, and died atop Big Norl after hj inn hand grenades Into CommUtni positions. Although falling to take tho or peak, tho South Koreans on,! Norl absorbed so much o£ 1 Communist flro that tholr fio'ti radcs wero nblo to dig in doe'p on Littlo Norl. Those troops .'„) cclvcd only hnrrasslng flro «$L hurling back a Chinese company some 178 men — shortly noon, r'l Both, Western Front bills,. J poata on tho traditional noftj Invasion route to this old «nt wero grabbed by Communists wore being submitted by "lame- duck" deportment heads, said' ho believed the budgets would be sub- milled Monday. Councilmen complained thnt they worn considering budgets from pnrtmcnt hends'who will be replaced when Cherry takes office in January, . Sen.-elect Jnck Clark of Toxar- judicial Council which adopted a resolution culling for a constitution* nl amendment to ftlvo circuit and chancery judRCS 6-year terms plus higher salaries and expense accounts, Tho council composed oC circuit, ported erroneously thai Mrs^Whit- icld posed as Mrs. Simpson in the proceedings. After Simpson obtained the divorce on Nov. 25, he remarried. The parents of his second wife notified the first Mrs. Simpson of ,he divorce, and fehe succeeded in laving the decree set aside. Then, she obtained a decree herself. chancery and judges, said a supremo court 1047 constitutional f ". Husband of Hopej|Yoman Is Winded First Llcutcffant John W. Disscll of the 40th Division has been woun ded in action,'.his wife has been notified. Lt. Bisscll has been in Korea since June. An enemy hand grenade wounded him in the shoulder while he was on patrol. He is the husband of Mrs. Emily Joe Bisscll of 504 N. Main, Hope. lion" StAWe state Military Depart monl budget, said "We'll just have to toko this up again when the now man Is named," , ' Brig. Gen. J. B,: Morris, state adjutant general, had asked approval of a $105,580 annual appro< priation for operation of, tho Military Department. Tho Council, however,' refused to allow budget increases tor any salary hikes and disapproved addition of assistant adjutant generals with a yearly salary of $5,000. The Council is scheduled to discuss budgets next week from at least five department heads that Cherry has indicated he will replace, They Include tfto Public ,801-vice Commission, Welfare Depart- muni, Revenue Department, Education Department and Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. There Are Many Ways to Look at Christmas-Some Folks Are Cynical, Others Sentimental By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK W) — There are many ways to look at Christmas. Christmas is on industry for some people, a holiday for others, just another day in the year to a bitter few. But for most of us Christmas is a time of spiritual thaw, a period when we melt the barnacles off our heart with the warmth of loving-kindness. However anyone looks at Christmas, cynically or sentimentally, I can respect his view of it. Except in one case. I simply cannot under stand anyone who treats Christmas like a surgical operation. These are the people who, as the B. I. phrase goes, "Already got it made." They don't forget to remember, because they just don't forget anything. They're the care ful type who organize Christmas like a scientist conducting an ex periment. They bought their Christmas cards sometime last January, addressed them during their summer vacation, and mailed them real belief in Santa Claus. To them Christmas is a calculated thing, and their biggest satisfaction is that of knowing they jiave done everything that could be reasonable expected of them in an exactly proper manner. Is that Christmas Not to my mind. A guy who doesn't have to buck the shopping crowds an hour before the department stores close misses half the fun. What's wrong with suddenly deciding at the last minute that there is still one more person you'd like to buy a gift for? 135 Home Club Members Hold Yule Party OneVnindrcd and thirty-five Home Demonstration Club members rep resenting 1? Homo Demonstration Clubs attended the annual coiirity wide Christmas party Friday, in Fellowship Hall of tho Hope Gospel Tabernacle from 10. a.rn, until 3 p.m. Mrs. Monroe Stuart, of Bt. 1, Ozan, council president, presided, Mrs. Clifford Messer, Rocky Mound Home Demonstration Club, and Mrs. Troy Greenled, Shover Springs Home Demonstration Club, led the group in singing Christmas carols. Elder Howard White, pastor the the Unity Baptist Church, brought the devotional amendment providing for rnaxt mum • circuit. <md chancery Judges salaries, of $7,200 also eliminated expense accounts, • V' Cherry, aii East Arkansas chancellor prior to his election as governor, told tho group that the judicial structure is being weakened by low salaries. On the subject of juvenile delln- qulncy, Cherry said a bill Is being prepared which would remove tho juvenile court from tho Jurlsldc- lion of county judges and place it under chancery court. He disapproved ot a suggestion that would place Juveniles under tho circuit court, saying: "I think the .further you got those children, away , frqm. tho criminal courts, tho bolter tho'' problems can bo handled." Chairman D. A. Bradhum ot Warren recommended that chancellors bo given assistants to make Investigations ot child problem* and Cherry replied that <( when the bill is finally worked out there will be a referee In each county to hoar these child cases when tho chancellor Is not there." The Council voted to nominate a committee to work wltli Cherry on juvenile problems. swift * attacks curly Tli They are on th$ In^jln ]. about 40 miles north ot SeojlT- Tho driye u& stoop, Irozei^ Norl was ithQ 10th countetsrtv by the RC-Ks, It turned out't tho ulxth time the pe " changed hands since, tho picked It as the scone Iot0\| latest sm(»H»scalo offensive,,. % The Nori ClRhtlng, of the hot battles on and Triangle Hill in Centra: n month ago, hap-cost "" ' — J " "' and captured. . ^. , tho estimate did not include^, losses today, or the toll tuketvj artillery and pianos pounding«| Communist staging areas dintoly behind tho two Tho woBry ROKs reached crest of LHllo Nori about 10 : today, ,$ his theme "When the the Century Struck,' using Clock BODY IDENTIFIED OTTAWA. Kans., UP) — A man whose body was found near the Santa Fe Railroad Tracks near here has been tentatively identified as William H. C. Barnes, 35, De- Valls Bluff, Ark. Police made the identification from a social security card. Officers said Barnes apparently fell or was thrown from a Santa I the day after Thanksgiving. The Christmas presents they plan to give this month were purchased at last spring's bargain sales and were trundled to the Post Office by the first of December. "You mean you haven't even begun your Christmas shopping" ¥9 !r«4gU Thursday night. They say now contemptuously to friends. Somehow this attitude riles me. I don't fe«l these people even know what Christmas is, and certainly I doq$ that Jfeey have Nobody ought to have his friendships indexed and priced like Items in a mail order catalog. The person who over-organizes Christmas is embarrased U he receives a card from someone he overlooked, so he promptly mails him a Happy New Year card, and then feels smugly virtuous. But that isn't the spirit of giving — it is simply trading. Essentially, I suppose, these people who order their Christmas trees on the Fourth of July are a sad lot, too joylessly precise ever to feel the deep tidal pull that weeps most hearts at this season. Give me the little guy who goes home in a bus on Christmas eve loaded with bundles bought at the last possible moment. He may be Mrs. H. E, Patterson, Melrose- Home Demonstration Club, told the Christmas story "The Other Wise Man." A report on the 'National Home Demonstration Council went- ing held ,in Kallegh,' North, lina, was given by Mrs.' f This report was given on tho _.., News ffoundup program a,t Hi a.m. over KXAR. ' " ' , Rocky Mound Home Demonstration club received first, prl%g cjj having the most (Complete scrap book and Doyle olub received second prize, Green fcaseler Club r*» celveil honorable mention for bsv« ing the 3rd most complete book, A Christmal dinnfer was served by members of the Defloan Club during the noon hour, An auction of Christmas gif" articles and gift exchange was held during afternoon. Clubs represented: Doyle, Uii-y, Evening Shade, Center Point Oglesby Students Give Father's Night Program Under tho direction of tho faculty the Oglosby Grade School students presented the following Christmas program, Thursday nlflht, December 11, in the auditorium: "What Christmas Means to Us." It's Beginning to Look a Lot llw Christmas'" -~Glce Club Toy Parade — L 2,apd 3 grade* "Don't Wait Until the NigW &a* fore Christmas" — Dennis Biggs and Brcnda Mitchell, flvthm Band — I and 8 grades, "Jingle Bells," "UP on the House Top," "Here Cpmes ^Sapts Ciaui,'* "§a#J& Claus Ijs'Comjhg to Town,"- UN Takes U Problem of Morocco UNITED NATIONS, N. Y — Tho United Nations, w mild resolution on tho Til question on^lts books, turned,, to the equally thorny problei Franco's relations with Moro« Tho Arab-Asian bloc, defg twice In two days — on •" cBtlno and Tunisian issues < to avert a third defeat oh Moroccan Issue by consulting Latin-American countries In ajf fort to reach agreement ~prj joint resolution before it Is tf up by the main political com' Tho Arabs and Asians' day were roundly defeated political committee where mended a U, N, "good, o£ commission to assist the and Tunisians in resumi tiations on the Nprth toctorato's home rule d political committee also 1 a lost-minute Indian firneii which would have had thi * and Tunisians, r.osu.me nej San,U end His Reindeer - 3 8 nd 4 grades, "ThlrtHwp' I^t AMI Little TfU* 71 "ImdPlph,' the "Pec of ~ i, 6, 'he perald H«U»" "I'm Dreamta* . under the gbs^y^loa at oral Assembly pt0n(d^t,i '-i| PipeHnt in Domfl WTTlyB Court jujry of th> a bit thoughtless, but in hia eyes glow a true Cbristrnas happiness. He at least bought bis presents because be w*nted to, not because lie felt he had to, and tfcer e in nw terviile, Hopewell, Ozan-St, Pa«j, Baker, Melrose, Blevins, Shover bus, and Green Rocky Mound, Springs, Colum-

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