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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 December 1939

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1939 — . "= THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS douglassville Mr . B. W. Swint We are all so glad that our Sun- day School roll reached the 100 per cent mark Sunday. Rev. Everett brought two splen- did sermons Sunday. Our first quarterly meeting for the new year will be held at Union Chapel, Saturday the Kith. There will be dinner on the ground for everyone. Mrs. Mary Oliver has returned from a visit to Atlanta. Brooks Oliver and family have been visitors in our midst. Mrs. Maud Allen, Mrs. Endyn Parrish, Mrs. Viola Swint and Lu- cille Swint attended the OES ban- quet in New Boston, Monday eve- ing. Rev. Burkhalter will preach at the Baptist church Sunday at 2:00 o'clock. Everyone is urged to at- tend the service. There will be a meeting at the Methodist church Wednesday eve- ing t o discuss some important church work. All members are in- vited. Mrs. Fannie Snipes has returned Jay Williams home. All visiUd Mr and Mrs. Travis Horton Sunday af- ternoon. Glad to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 December 1939

THE C1TIZEN8 JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS R1 Sti T1 rati' men two Sho Thii riea teni fan plia Sta den eve 1 coc the boi in tlw tw m£ an op op eq of an The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Adance) State and Foreign: In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1.50 One Year $1.00 Six Months — 1.00 Six Months 75 Three Months 65 Thr^e Months 50 WRIGHT PAT MAN'S WEEKLY NEWS LETTER f~r CONORESSMAN — TEXAS — America Staying Out of War— The change in the Neutrality Act which was made by the Special Ses sion of Congress, has proven so far to be the best way of staying out of war troubles in Europe. For in- stance, under the present law, our American ships cannot enter the danger zone designated by the I'res ident, neither can American citizens enter this zone. Heretofore our ships and citizens goin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 December 1939

I I THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1989 r . I1: ' -'" ' ' *'"■•''' !V" ' flliP :.,v '• ■ > •' ' • vV -*i% •'' i ' v ■ . , .,'v;r W. v';" .'A, ! ^i. i i.V i ■' . • ft* ••' • . • ," - J>.:* ■ "Mm THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS I QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington A Terrible ToW— Alcoholism is laying its deadly hand upon our American people. Bellevue hospital, New York, alone admits more than 1,000 alcoholicR per month. It is computed that 10 per cent of all U. S. admissions to mental hospitals are due to alcohol. Isn't it terrible that one will take into their body that thing that hurts—body, mind and soul? Beautiful Christmas Drama— Sunday evening at the Baptist church the Pollyanna class present- ed a beautiful drama, "A Christ- mas Blessing." The setting and characterization were splendid. Pro eist, Marie Hall; Marta, the GOOD FOOD • Reasonably Priced! Home Made Chili T-Bone Steaks • Sandwiches of all kinds! Free Delivery in City Limits PHONE 320 ROYAL CASTLE saintly characte...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 December 1939

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1980 R1 Sll t: rati men two Sho Thii riea ten* fan plia Sta den eve I coo the boi in the trs mi an op op eq of an tu of in in fs ra fr ei n vi w es el ti CJ ci cl V THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS V \ , VvV: •</ FARMERS! OUR COLD STORAGE ROOM PROVIDES UNINTERRUPTED HOG- KILLING WEATHER! Outdoor Weather Is Changeable, Kill Your Hogs NOW, Regardless of the Weather! You need not wait for a cold, blustry day to kill your hogs. Do your butchering while the weather is pleasant. Cure your meat in our cold storage rooms and there is no need for worry of spoilage. THE COST IS EXCEPTIONALLY LOW! tWe provide the proper temperature all the time and the cost is nomi- nal. You simply pay one cent per pound per month, with a minimum stor- age charge of 30 days. In other words, you can cure 200 pounds of pork for onlv S2.00. Don't throw expensive feed to hog * already fattened. Don't take chances on losing meat through spoilage. Butcher when you're ready and let us sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! THE j >t-4 •MMI *S JOURNAL Be Loyal to Atlanta^ • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 NUMBER FIFTY ' I if if \ Old Fashioned Good Wishes FOR THIS MODERN CHRISTMAS DAY No matter what advances may be made in the fields of science, literature or arts, they will never improve on a good, hearty "Merry Christmas." What untold wealth of cheer and affection in those two big-little words! What exciting tales of warmth and human- ity in that simple wish! Through the ages poets and masters have been unable to im- prove one whit on that pleasant message, "Merry Christmas!" It is our welcome opportunity, then, to make that wish to you who are reading this paper —you whom we number among our friends and customers—and to wish it with all the sincere friendliness we can master into the printed word. It's our way of showing at the happy ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

R1 Sh T1 rati' men two Sho Thii ries ten1 fan plia Sta den eve I coo the boi in th€ tra ma an- op- op eq of an tu of in in fa ra fr ei r€ vi w et el ti c i a Ck \ The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Adance) State and Foreign: In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1.60 One Year $1.00 Six Months 1.00 Six Months 75 Three Months 65 Thr*e Months 50 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 WR1-0 H T PAT MAN 'S^> WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — . Laws Passed by Last Congress An Act approved May 22, 1939, prohibits the reproduction of bad- ges, identification cards, or other insignia, by any means, except un- der such regulations as may be pre- scribed by the executive officer in charge of the issuance of such badges or insignia. (Public Law No. 82...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

/</ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS House of David to Play at McLeod Those bewhiskered men whose pictures appear in this paper will play the McLeod All-Stars (an un- defeated team) January 31, 1940, at 8:00 o'clock. The House of David as they are called, is a professional team. They have let their hair and beards grow until they look like cave men or something that Frank Buck just brought back from Afri- ca. In the beginning it was their re- ligion and now it has grown to be their greatest attraction. The star of this team is Bill ^teinecke, noted for his long shots graceful movements. He plays ball in the summer to keep in .iape. Lefty Maxwell, another member, comes from Denver, Colorado, where it is claimed they eat and sleep basketball. He is six feet four inches in height and a real forward Then there is Ham Hamilton, a six-footer who promises to keep the ball moving. He is one of the best v , ©1 guardsman in basketball. Chop Lyons is another ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

tu of in in fa ra fr ei r< vi w es el ti c i ci tl t( li 0 h ii o. h tS P' i a' 1;1 di cj I* ii t' cV 1 (/ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 Add to the gayety of this festive sea- son with flowers to deck the table ... to wear as corsages ... to give when the gift must have a meaning all its own. And don't fail to inspect our Christmas wreaths, the finest we've ever offered. men ^ MERRY CHRISTMAS Happy New Year FLOWER MART Atlanta, Texas — Phone 260 v VTV ■ ' •" ' *; > HI- THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington This Week's Sub- Byron Jackson, Seminole, $1.00. Mrs. Margaret Shields, Mint Springs, Va., $1.50. : ! F 5 I \ \ i K \ \ i \ \ i \ i > \ i s % s V r * « i \ x \ ■\ \ J I Jt I * i I ( X t .\ i •i t \ i > f ft tail fria ten 9«r> i i ■ti ■% Good PTA Afternoon— Mrs. Emilyn Johnson and fourth graders were very splendid hosts to the PTA Wednesday, December 18 The room group were ushered in in attractive formation. The acros- tic, Christmas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

I I" THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Corday's Tonjoura Moi Perfume, a favorite scent for the most deli- cate taste, $1.36, $2.50 and $0.00 at Miles Drug store. Elo Crummey is now employed at the Marinello Beauty Shoppe where she will be glad to see her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Oma Sheppard and daughter Kay will visit in Green- ville for the Christmas holidays UNREDEEMED LADIES DIAMOND RING 14 Diamonds, originally cost seventy-five dollars. This Week you $rtff".00 can buy it for. tUtf See it at DR. FRANKEN- STEIN'S office in Miles Drug Store, Atlanta, Tex. with her parents. Kings and Nunnallys Candies in Christmas boxes, $1.00 to $7.50 at Miles Drug Store. A. 0. Brabham is home after two weeks in Houston, attending the Gulf Oil Corporation school of mer chandising, and is a 1940 graduate. Cotys Perfume, 3 bottles of her favorites, LamoJnt, Paris and Emer ande, all for $5.75 at Miles Drug store. The Dees studio is now down- stairs in the Hefner build...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

m THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 THl R1 St! u rati1 men - two Shci Thii riei tent fan plia Sta den eve I coo the boi in th« tra ma ant op' op eq of an tu of in in fa ra fr ei rt vi w es el ti Cf Ci tl t< li o: h ii* o. h t F' a' 1.1 di €! T* rl t' The Rotary Community Bro. P. F. Squyres, pastor of the First Baptist church, was Rotary speaker at last Thursday's noon luncheon at the Atlanta Hotel. Ex- cerpts from his talk follow: The Motive— What would be the results if ev- ery community were thoroughly in- fluenced by Rotary ideals? Unity is the one answ er Rotary has its own mission and does not undertake the work of other organizations. The economic aspect of the chamber of commerce is commendable. The social contacts of a bridge club grows out of the gregarious instinct. The spiritual helpfulness of the church is a ne- cessity. But Rotary undertakes none of them specifically though we are vitally interested in the eco- nomic, social and spiritu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

7 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS Fight Fires With Sand I With cold weather in prospent, rural families would do well to a- dopt measures which protect farm houses from fires. The major por- tion of farm house losses are caus- ed by faulty stove pipes and chim- neys or by blazes started on roofs. M. R. Bentley, agricultural en- gineer for the A. and M. College Extension Service, suggests in- spection and repair of old chimneys on the farm and replacement of faultf stove pipes. Koof fires can be prevented by keeping out of material which is so light that it can be carried out of the chimney before it is wholly burned; chimeny icreens will catch sparks. Other hazards include the danger of spontaneous combustion in paper or rags soaked in linseed or soybean oil. Piles of paper near the stove may be ignited by sparks which fly out unnoticed when the doors are opened. Tractors and automobiles may start barn fires, for fla*ne from the exhaust some- times i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

8f lu Tl ei fl is d< ol as is of Ki h( C€ n< w rv oi bl vj ni J« fr P' lit w R m b< to S. t i 11 n I :'H'; 1".'i " j A , 'tM . t vrJPit#L«3!t ? 'Mv ■■ a THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS •' , ' ' , ' ' '■ ' 1 BK9.7 S Y-'A' Jm % m Cljrifitmag % Christmas Is a season of faith and good cheer, an armistice in life's Btraggle. when our gifts to each other commemorate our Father's gifts to us. >. Let us hold fast to that which Is good and true, keeping faith in our God. in our Country, and In the divine ideals which are our heritage. 020 No. Louise Phone 168 CLASSIFIED LOST—One white pig, about two months old, in good shape. If seen notify Buster Oliver, Biv- ins, Route 1. ltpd FOR SALE—One meat hog, about 250 pounds, see Mrs. J. T. Oliver, Bivins, Texas, Route 1. ltpd FOR RENT—Furnished apartment bedroom, kitchen, private bath— $10.00. Phone 330. ltc FOR SALE—1933 Chevrolet coach good condition, good tires. Will trade for cows. Frank Riley at Allday Furniture Store. 50-tfc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

■ vj/.'. ■■ ' ■ ■w. . Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens J ournal Be Loyal to Atlanta\ • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 $ 9 Methodist Church Has Big Day Sunday was a great day in the First Methodist church. A large Sunday School and splendid crowd for the morning preaching service. At the evening service the choir rendered a Christmas program of beautiful music and songs that in- spired and entertained an auditor- ium packed with eager listeners. It was conceded to be the most beau- tiful Christmas program ever ren- dered in this church. Next Sunday promises to be an- other banner day. Even though many of our people will be gone, there will still be a large number who will want to gather for wor- ship. You are invited to attend both services at the First Methodist church next Sunday. Bring your friends and relatives who are visit- ing you. Pl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

P U THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 d 0 a ii 0 8 h c n v n 0 b v n J f P li V 1 ii b t \\ A \ i I r i i & 11 $\G 6 Z KELVINATOR CkwMak Special! Rabbit Fever InState Rabies May Be Eliminated In U.S. [OAK GROVE ONLY 169.5° COMPLETELY EQUIPPED ot 5 beautiful blue and white tefrlgeiato.' diihet with covert Oven- proof- -ideal for left-overt. HERE is the greatest refrigerator value Kelvinator has ever offered. A brand new, big, 6 cu. ft. family size model at this special low price for Christmas. But that's only part of the good news just look at all of the convenience features this price includes. 3 (pedal features shown at right plus or ffiese. • Big 6 cu. ft. ffamlly-size • 84 big lea cubai at one freezing • Vegetable Crisper with eliding glati cover e Automatic Interior Light e Heavy Glass Meat Chilling Tray e Acid-retiiting Porcelain Interior e 5-year Protection Plan e Famous Polarsphere uiet current only 20« of the time but has enough power to ke...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

■ p Is' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 IpfH • ■ ■ '•' f. ■ " - ;■ \W Imp THE ' 'oyjh: >r:£'Jr- ... • .rwr.'.. >/■■■. v*-;, '' 1 ' CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS I i 5 i « i 6 a s « <4 A '■>. a >; 1 ft I f a \l\ .i PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD WILL TO MEN Each year we hear this message and it brings gladness to our hearts. May peace and good will reign supreme in your heart at Christmas and may the New Year open its gates of happiness for you and yours. OUR JOY IS IN SERVING YOU FROM DAY TO DAY DURING THE YEAR. PARKVIEW GARAGE F. W. WITT, Proprietor ATLANTA, TEXAS TELEPHONE No. 41 £ i ft ,\ if i i >' I' f if I E F i it i II f ■ f. ! J THANK YOU FOR! vour PATRONAGE We are told that highly valued things usually come in small packages. In this small ad we make our wish for you, 'MERRY CHRISTMAS, HAPPY NEW YEARr We hope to see you often during 1940 A. V. RACHEL SERVICE STATION & GROCERY David, the Shepherd By Molly Chittick U\Tl I: OU can't go out to tend the sheep tonight, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

m -I « :T ( THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 CHRISTMAS ii W> n f Just wouldn't be Christmas with- I out plenty of music. Why not let us s put your RADIO in working con- It \N dition NOW, so you, too, can enjoy c music from churches all over the world this coming Xmas season? f it d c a ii 0 8 1 c r v ii 0 fc T II J f P 1; v 1 r t t Atlanta Radio service MIDWAY Mr*. H. L. Hunt Rev. Everett preached a good sermon Sunday. We were glad to have Mrs. Everett come with him. Our crowd was small at church and Sunday School. We hope after the holidays our people will take more interest and come for we need all. A community is just what its peo- i LISTEN To our greeting of good cheer, good fortune, and happiness for Christmas and the New Year. Come in and See Us Often During 1940 OKELLEY GROCERY Atlanta, Texas pie make it—to have a good com- munity, all have to work together. We are sorry Mrs. Philip Warren had to have an operation Friday night and hope she w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 1 1 —I i-T—1 TO THE WORLD'S FINEST PEOPLE! I k Our Store is crowded, neither streamlined nor air-conditioned, needs 50,000 feet more floor space—but we have plenty of merchandise— _ and are doing the business! IK I WE THANK YOU GOOD PEOPLE OF CASS m COUNTY FOR THE WONDERFUL BUSINESS you have given us this year! Merry Christmas AND MAY THE New Year kring you k Health, Happiness, 6? Prosperity | Mr, and Mrs. Aubrey Carter Mr. and Mrs. Odie Jackson Mr. *uid Mrs. G. B. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. James Beaver Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stamps Chesley Beaver ^ ■7%. ^ %. && %&&&$&. Finest Imperial Pure Cane Pure Granulated Cloth Bag \-'( PD A \IRFRRIF\ Hit 1^P $ SUGAR- 53c 10 lbs 47Sc i qt | VmW*THWN M H M **'M M HVMWH H 4 WMW WH H MWM W MW#« HMHWH H ♦ # ^ 1 I II 'li A A m« I I 1/t ' 1 ■* APPLES AND OrtANGES | Delicious Apples box $1.79 bushed 31-29 doz 7'/2c | BRAZIL NUTS 2 lbs 25c $ Sweet Texas Oranges..1/2 crate 7...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

111. 1939 'V."v \ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS mm E f > i I 5 i I r J f P 1: v I r t t APPY NEW YEAR- Through the kind patronage of our cus- tomers the past year has been one of success and pleasure. We take this means to thank you and wish for you a f: New Year of Prosperity and success in j all your undertakings. MABEL HOGAN DRESS SHOPPE ATLANTA, TEXAS TELEPHONE No. 61 f CROSS ROADS * Crow Roads P.-T. A The Cross Roads PTA met Fri- day night Dec. 15 with a very in- teresting program being rendered, supervised by the social committee. The gala social affair included the theme song "The Eyes of Texas," a number by primary room, reading by Miss Louise'Vinson, followed by business session. The program also included group song, another number by primary room, games directed by the social committee. Refreshments were serv ed at conclusion of program. Every one present enjoyed the social and let's not forget the next meeting to be January 5th at 2:30 o'clock. played well and g...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

f) w THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS mm B?'': •■ ■ Forty-six percent of the average EaBt Texas farms is now in woods or would be more profitable if grow jng forest trees. Timber is the most profitable crop that can be grown on East Texas farms for the amount of labor required. Farm owners should investigate the pos- sibilities. Besides being a source of cash income to the farmer, a home sup- ply of timber on the farm means that necessary repairs and new construction can be made when needed and the farm operations kept up to a high standard of effi- ciency. I MERRY CHRISTMAS Everywhere we see reminders that it is Christmas and we want to remind you we are wishing all good things for you. HAPPY NEW YEAR GLASS BROS. COTTON WAREHOUSE i I Atlanta, Texas Telephone No. 44 Dolls Of Yesteryear by Frances Grmste&d. T r\TWENTY-FIVE years ago a lit- tle girl's letter to Santa Claus went something like this: Dear Santa: Please bring me a new head for my dolly...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 December 1939

THE CITIZEN8 JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS / ? m [/] ' r ' *u. ilk V'jJ K4 K4 *4 \\ V im wt i; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1989 I I 1 CHRISTMAS ME2sg£vj | ^SIISf e Cheer Season of the CSs <r>312 fcdf$ f£to*"v \fitvxAAzyrnoA ti ' , ,«*a" z> Pteippif 'pjltur Ue,o,-.ro -'■ •■'■■■ ••■ 'v. •-—*£> Again we come to the gayest, happiest season of the year. The day when ' everywhere for/ret the cares and toils of «hc workaday life and re?oice hi the haopines? 'vd '>Ter.s"':'?s of others. T| :.>f dT,?(, cr.,««n of 1; hue stage ol the journey we vol'Id like to pause a moment and exchange c word of good ehc ••:' a : 'h our friends. So lo you who have helped make the pant year a happy one we extend oar best wishes for a Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year! C ~ r. n-T*sv.~r 3 o-f Mar evervtlriF :«-ood f health, hapmne^ a-J through ever" cV- of I sot the vea Tity abound aplenty with yo r. ■, ir. It is with sir. \ou have bestow and each one of us individually, that we extend to vou- apprc...

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