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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 December 1941

* >'/ V / . •• ** w - 4 k ( vp>J%- .'tv - ■' .'•■■' • • |.' i •• •* . < •• / / Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YE A11 red" The Citizens Journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1941 Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER FIFTY Toy Loans Now Available ± Dear Parents m - *v t V,- 1 v Your child is .interested in the 'Toy Loan center at Atlanta grade school. We would like for your child to become a member. The toy loan is similar to a book libra- ry. Toys are loaned which help in constructive development. We are using this method to provide chil- dren with something to do when out of school. The toys are completely renovat- ed and disinfected before releasing to another child. Toys are loaned on a 7 and 14 day time period. There are no fines for delay in re- turning these toys or toys that are broken. However, we want them taken care of and returned in as good co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 December 1941

T "Csr t THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. GASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 111 1941 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRKLL. Editor and Publisher Entered at the Poetoffice In Atlanta. Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued Thursday oX each week. Offlco 209 East Hiram Streetr—Phone No. ITS SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) In Case County Outside of Cass County One Year 81* Months - Three Months $3 00 One Year _ _ 1.25 8lx Months .75 Three Months _ $1.50 _ 1.00 - .65 Football Banquet and Coronation of Queen The annual football banquet of the Atlanta high school, honoring the football team and the football queen and her court, was held in the gymnasium Wednesday even- ing, December 10, at seven-thirty o'clock. The banquet hall was beautifully decorated with holly and mistletoe, the center decora- tion being a large "V" made of red lights, entwined with mistletoe, which was placed just above the throne for the queen's coronation. Preceding the banquet, Miss Inez ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 December 1941

r- • ,• > ' / / A-' THURSDAY DECEMBER 18, 1941 THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ===== HKBHSf:''M'& $(-£ IPlMfP l> mm HWfcWffA Shaving SETS QUIT BUSINESS PRICE 36c II B Christmas Mens SWEATERS Woolen and Wool and Leather combi- nation. QUIT BUSINESS PRICE $2-29 to $3.69 Mens PAJAMAS Fast Color Broadcloth. Coat Style Jackets. QUIT BUSINESS PRICE $1.19 to $3.69 MNMNMNMIIMlMKMlNiMKIMIiMttMiMWMNIiMNMI Men's Dress SHIRTS High grade, fast color Broadcloth with fused triple-wear collars. Sizes 14 to 17. QUIT BUSINESS PRICE $1-09 Mens SUITS Mens OXFORDS mm-m mmfflsmm mm mmr r/3 V£< zmyjj \W& The material and styling look much more expensive-in fact they sold for | A], o( the popu]ar toe3 in bkek and much more. BugtNESg pRICE | new Fall shades of tan. Sizes 6'/s to QUIT BUSINESS PRICE $2-09 to $4.39 $12-88 and $14.88 Mens Felt HATS Popular width brims in the most de- sirable colors. QUIT BUSINESS PRICE $1.48 to $3.29 Mens Silk SOCKS Choice of Anklets or Regu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 December 1941

'SS2S «-f'- * "S, j-v ■ I MP THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1941 Myra Neal Harrell PHONES 178 or 82-J Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary Meeting Mrs. Walter McNutt was the leader for the Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. McNutt gave a review of the book of Nehemiah after which she discussed the main thoughts to be found in the book. This re- view was given in a very interest- ing manner and was helpful to all. Mrs. Joe Lupton voiced the pray- er. Mrs. Crauley was welcomed as a new member. Glad to have Mrs. Bill Nelson back with us. We will have no meeting next week, but all are urged to be pre- sent at the December 30 meeting. Mrs. E. Nelson will be the leader. We will study the book of Esther. Sales Pads at the Journal Office. Ellington Memorial Hospital News Roy Maples, Dec. 11, tonsils re- moved. Mrs. J. W. Brabham, Naples,' Dec. 13, treatment for burns. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward an-1 nounce the birth of a daugh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 December 1941

lu. ' ITi H 14-1 i |pT| i nh S rvt THURSDAY DECEMBER 18, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Beautiful Christmas Gift in Dorothy Gray Week-End Kits, all leather case. Complete treatment and make-up for instant use at home or travel. Extra nightie space. Price from five to ten dol- lars. Miles Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reece and three children, Carrol, Jo and An- na Jane, and Mrs. Reece's sister Miss Velma Mayfield of Rodessa, will leave next week for Miami, Fla. They will visit in Georgia and Alabama before returning home in about two weeks. -Jr & . «< hi £ 9'# h Sf i GET YOUR Friendship Garden and Old Spice Gifts at Walker's Drug. Capt. Ed Rabb has returned to Camp Bowie after a two weeks leave spent at home. His address Is Camp Headquarters, Camp Bowie, Texas. Mrs. Rabb accom- panied him to Brownwood, return ing by Denton for a visit with her daughter Betty. Mrs. Rabb had the pleasure of attending the beau tiful Christmas pageant presented by the Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 December 1941

jStPStW '■ nr.,.— ...nil irttnWi -i*™1*"" THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA. OAAS COUNTY, TEXAS ALAMANCE Dor Alice Jackson, Reporter Sunday SCchool was good Sun- day. Everyone come next Sunday for preaching services at 9:30. The Sunday School and a Christmas pro gram will follow immediately. We are sorry to report Miss Hel- en Margaret Baucum was absent from Sunday School Sunday on ac- count of illness. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hargett of Avery, Texas were Tuesday visit- Tic \ ONE IB. VACUUM CAN lucluir^6m>\ 30c jjjcej Adays Service Station & Grocery on in the R. B. McCoy home. Mr. Charlie Coates is on the sick list. Miss Clara Teague spent the week-end with her mother in Hughes Springs. Mrs. Rube McCoy and daughter Ruby Kate were guests in the R. B. McCoy home Monday. Mesdames Rosa Vaughn, W. C. Bowen, Arthur A. Diehl and Dar- ris Endsley were guests in the H. E. Jackson home Sunday. Mrs. Arthur A. Diehl is on a business trip to Ft. Worth and Dal- las. BETHLEHEM Mrs. Carl Wilson, Rep...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 December 1941

/THURSl)AY DECEMBER 18, 1941 / r r THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM •M ^ - 44f / One very fine way to have a ^Merry Christmas" is to make ra W ^ffeiristmas merry for some one else. ^^^Kat is exactly what three Hundred I^P^l seventy Methodists will be do- ing in their offering Sunday morn ilng to the Methodist Home in Waco. Using the little Chriistmas envelopes which have come to them as the vehicle through which to make their offering, the Methodist group will rise up in mass to help send a fine greeting to 400 boys and girls in the Home who have no individual parents to do for them. Do not think for a moment we are merely trying to provide a huge Christmas party for the chil- dren of the Home. This will go for food and clothing and educa- tion and guidance and sustaining care of whatever sort throughout the year. So you will be provid- ing Christmas on a three hundred PUBLIC SAFETY ZONE Tilt ZONE OF STRICT AC- COUNTABILITY in which re- spon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 December 1941

■; ■ $ mes:■. a MIM |RHnMI THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1941 Baptist Church Announcements Sunday School at 9:45, J. D. Moore, General Superintendent. Morning; worship, 10:50, sermon Subject, Earth's Greatest Oratoria. Training Union 6:30'p. in. Evening worship at 7:30. The Christmas Cantata "That Song of Old," will be rendered. Pantomimic scenes will be pre- sented in connection with this can- tata. The choir will have charge of the music. Presbyterian Church Announcements Rev. W. S. McNutt, B. D., Ph. D., 10 a. m., Sunday School, Mr. M. Glass', Superintendent. 11 a. m., Morning worship, sub- ject Great Christmas Gifts. 7 p. m., Evening worship, sub- ject, No Room in the Inn for Jesus. 7:30 p. m., Wednesday, Mid- week Bible Study. Attend the church of your choice and you will be helped spiritually. DOUGLASSVILLE Mrs. Jim McCoy, Reporter "The Mr. Samuel Williams of Texark- ana, passed away Saturday mora- j ing, after several years of badj ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

- 7 A \ * t V Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area I V-'t ( I I / r i&pim V The SIXTY-SECOND YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 Patriotic Rally Huge Success i *u.tl II fWfu The patriotic rally and show stag cd here Friday evening for the ben ef.it of the American Red Cross was an outstanding success. The enthusiastic response shown by the true blooded American citizens for _this good cause was indeed com- hnendable. A committee arranged a most en- tertaining show for the evening. The program started with singing * of patriotic songs, led by Paul •Goodwin. Invocation by Rev. Frank Dent. This was followed by an impres- sive patriotic scene in which the following participated: Tent scene: James McCoy, Geo. Fant, R. C. Howard, Fried Man- ning, W. A. Gage Jr. Statute of Liberty: Mrs. A. B. Jordan. Pledge of Allegiance to Flag: Dr. Ernest Grumbles, Miss Mar- garet Ellington, Dorothy Ann Jack 8on, Eddie Bluestein Jr. U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

'Mi (SMBHBI S^lAx* jKsa QtMl yC /*•. i L-J Eiiil ■tm ^■l/i 'Jsj £ J <&•'■ I & I ■ *^*9* : •<* •;•. .. ~ v* . —-h~.••■■■,.,;} . V •-•' ! fS THB CITIZEN8. JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, DECEMBER mess# &J&asj* ®?zr3> wffisriS ■ v u:.' .v .1,' ..>.■ < . . ^ • . ffo'>\w^7&£un few%i "'i> : ' :1 *X WBfKfej;V,&\k .l| Hwr.nnVMiM #*?«ll'';.<A>a . & «pp reMspt v'{.' Kf /•■Ms^spSfcn >"n« UhSS'Ij1' :i>SmC 'st"'■* !'■ Jltir.'<-'*' .'•■•> ■•.. ■ L Vr.* ^r;:\ * M ES^SB ■'^Wfflift -vlfi s^lP Srt.'HS.S' ; •:• .-■:. r& ?m wS®55w IIIM il'ttWQw J Wrnmmmm V ' !W <•••• ~.. Ss WSm # • 1 ' -< • - , r • .:. >• - -———- iMRcS i.,:. L r fVl- MtfE0 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 humanity i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

' /*• *' / f>v * THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS " S Memories of Salem School of 1889 In 1889 Prof. W. F. Endsley was the principal of the Salem school, Merry Xmas i Si /f 4 and which was located about IV2 miles west of where Bloomburg now is, and a mile east of Salem church. Mr. Endsley had an average at- tendance of 80 pupils and he taught everything from the Blue back speller to Latin and Algebra, and also had strict discipline along with the studies. We all drank Selective Service News Former enlisted men of the Ar- my, who have had eleven months Happy New Year Law's Texaco Service Station George Law, Prop. Atlanta, Texas Dougherty, Li 11a Dougherty, Claud Dougherty, Lee Easters, Will Eas- water at the well from the same | ters, Oma Easters, Maggie Eas- ters, Jim Endsley, Lizzie Endsley, Emma Endsley, Mollie Endsley, Pleonia Endsley, Bud Estes, Geor- gia Grogan, Ida Grogan, Etna Gro gan, Flora Hurt, Spurgen Hurt, Charlie Hamilton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

1HB CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 The Citizens Journal (FMIIMM 1879) J. W HARWELL. Editor and PublUhcr ■nttred at tht Poatofflce In Atlanta, T«xa>. as second clasa mall matter, lined Thursday of «ach WMk. Office 209 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 1TI SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In AdTanct) Outside of Cass County In Case County One Year 12.00 One Year _ 31x Months 1 25 Six Months l'hree Months 75 Three Months *1.50 1.00 .65 Laredo, Texas—A third fire sta- tion for the city of Laredo has been constructed by WPA workers. Si' JOT o ToTO A SIMPLE WISH that Is as genu- ine as gold itself... AND A HEARTY THANK YOU 1 for favors of the past. We are truly grateful! GUNTER LUMBER COMPANY Atlanta, Texas Del Rio, Texas—An adequate fair ground for Val Verde county, including a grandstand seating 1,500 spectators, has been complet- ed by WPA workers here. Lufkin, Texas—WPA workers have completed the laying of 33,- 000 square yards of concrete street pav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

s:: >* Mi THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith of Del Rio, Texas, spent last week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. Phillip Fouche of ETSTC, Com- merce, is spending the holidays TOE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her bert Fouche. Miss Frances Stewart of Searcy, Ark., is home for the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stewart. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ m i'S GREETINGS TO ALL, FOR A Merry Christmas And Good Wishes For a Happy New Year i > < > ' > MORRIS FLOWERS "We Wire Flowers" Phone 344 Atlanta, Texas V ^Here's IDisliing ljou a tiappu Holiday To each of you who have contributed to our success and to those of you who have given ut your fine friend- ship we extend a hearty and genuine merry Christmas May Pcace, Happiness and Prosper- ity be yours for many, many years. An Ideal GIFT! & (est - NOW would be a good time to give your Child or any membfer of your family A Christmas Gift by starting a Savin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

mm cmnma, journal. atlanta. cass county, texas THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 I HHISTMAS seams to J — i renew our obligation of gratitude to the com- fpunity which we so gladly urvo. We're gralelul lor the patronage you have •Wen us In the months past and pledge anew to servo T a tdlbSiily I* the hi ur«. ROYAL CASTLE Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Kelly Atlanta, Texas ft frnttinriT irvn?v.fi for /! Mewiy Qli/UittnaA f ' « Time-worn words, but the most appropriate of them all. When we say "Merry Christmas" you can be sure that it is expressed with genuine appreciation of its true meaning. L. L. Dalrymple, Consignee The Texas Company- Phone 267—374 Atlanta, Texas A Writer's Home By Will C. Hornsey Sometime ago one of the Atlanta 1 high school girls passed my study while I was pounding away on my typewriter. She stopped and peer ed through the thick vines which enclose my study here and then said to me: "Mr. Will, write us an article about the writer." In honor of that high school girl and with a hop...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

1 ~>J L ■ HfJ 4 , JOURNAL. ATLANTA, OA&S COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 THE CITIZENS German-American Bund or a per- son convicted of a felony to hold office Violaters will be subject to prose cution and will be deprived of all their unemployment and social se- curity payments low a Communist, a member of the Legal blanks of all kinds at the Citizens Journal office. WRIGHT PATMAN'S W the jo Relieve Misery WEEKLY NEWS LETTER CF UQUttTABLETS.SALVE. NOSt DROPS Deserter or AWOL —TEXAS —: — CONGRESSMAN I>efense Strikes # SEE US FOR INSURANCE On Farm Property, Auto- mobiles and Trucks, School Houses and Churches. Travelers Accident Tickets up to $5,000, 25c for 24 hrs HANNER Insurance Agency Atlanta National Bank Bldg. The defense strike bill fight was truly a legislative battle of the ages. Several members of Con- gress had been endeavoring des- perately, for more than a year, to get such legislation considered. Finally, there came to the floor of the House for consid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

mm IM ■'—r- THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL. ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 Trade in Atlanta—We ran do all klnda of Printing. Fred R. Flanagan AND COMPANY Accountants and Auditors INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS Books Kept In our office or yours Atlanta National Bank Building Assistant Director Eleanor Roose velt of the Office of Civilian De- fense recently announced that the OCD is planning to organize a wo- men's land army, to help harvest next year's crops. HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM The average person in this coun- try used nearly 25 pounds of cotton each year from 1935 to 1939. MERRY XMAS ALAMANCE Dora Alice Jackson, Reporter QTWiaajl/ ^hrdjdsrruxAs To the Friends of This Firm Because of your Ihoughlfulness (hit lirm has enjoyed one ol its best years, end It is in grateful appreciation of your patronage lhat we pause to say. "SEASON S GREETINGS." It is our sincer-i wish Ihcri theso pleasant as- sociations may continue. The Methodist church sends I day. warmest Christmas gree...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

"tbmm-mK, K ' '< ■ <>> Mil m © <fr; Oar Christmas package to you is packed \ to overflowing with good wishes for a holiday of good cheer and happiness. FARMERS FEED & SUPPLY Atlanta Texas | II $ i ! i ■ I e I If) I If If 1 c I- tt : reetin 7 i i i * i $ i i l ? •> I Wo desire to extend to you Greetings of the Christmas Season and to express our sincere wishes for your prosperity in the coining year. May the cordial relations existing between us continue. E. L. BROWN GROCERY & MARKET SERVICE STATION SHREVEPORT HIGHWAY ATLANTA, TEXAS • ? t . ERE words cannot begin to bring you the many good wishes which we hold for you and your family. As a tiny token of our high regard for your patronage and friendships during the past year, and as a renewed pledge of the service which we constantly strive to offer, may we take this occasion to send you our very best wishes for a happy Christmas and a New Year filled- with all the good things of life. Qomfdime^iti of tlte Se...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 It's Your Life By George Clarke, Director Texas Safety Association Give courtesy for Christmas! That's the theme of the Decem- ber Traffic Safety Emergency Cam paign in Texas which is designed to prevent the death of 195 per- sons in traffic accidents. The slogan is a practical appli- cation of the Christmas spirit of Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward OnsL Tftonwd, fihaAiL Stop unwrapping your gifts just long enough for us to say "Merry Christmas" and "Thank You."...We hope you get everything you have longed for and a lot more, too. American Shoe Shop Atlanta Texas Men. At Christmas time, especial- ly, why not ask drivers and pedes- trians to be patient, lenient and courteous with each other? Courtesy will prevent a big per- centage of traffic accidents and during the Yule season everyone should be willing to contribute such a small gift to the happiness and safety of others. Not only would the reduction i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

$ K/i THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 7 Trr. / / THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS e&ZJlerry/; //H \v Chrisfmas^ Today and every day, we greet you with all the sincerity that is in our hearts, and with a deep feeling of appreciation for your thought- fulness during the year now dosing. BRABHAM GIN COMPANY -Y \ Bryans Mill Texas WW WW Wta Wa frja It Pays To Advertise In The Journal Training Shop Youth In Repair Program Out of school youths stand ready to cooperate with Texas farmerB in the farm machinery repair pro- gram, accord to B. F. Vance, chair man Texas USDA Defense Board. With vocational agriculture teachers as local supervisors, the out-of-school youths are trained in operation, care and repair of auto- mobiles and tractors, metal and wood work, machinery repair and elementary electricity, Robert A. Manire, state director of vocation- al agriculture has announced. He also points out that 500 de- fense training shops have been organized in Texas in connection...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

I tl i'i I 91 >. ■ . • ;■ -v THURSDAY, DECEMBER 86, 1041 M 7h Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-Hughes Office Phone 265 Residence Phone 303 WITH ALL GOOD THINGS Honestly, we hope that roly-poly old Santa unloads from his pack a whole ton of happiness for you and yours, along with all his other presents, this joyous Yule day. BEAVER MERCANTILE CO. Gerald Beaver Queen City Texas \ \ i We don't know what the year holds in store for you—but if wishes come true, our wishes will insure you the grandest year you've ever had. Here's to your health, happiness and prosperity. Mary Lee's Beauty Shop We had the largest attendance for Sunday School Sunday we habe had for a long time. The Christ- mas tree and decorations of the church were beautiful. Thanks to the young people's class. Each one enjoyed the Christmas story by Mrs. Mattie Steger. Everyone got a gift from the tree end enjoyed the spirit of giving. Mrs. B. J. Bedgood and children of McLeod spent the week-end with h...

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