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THE FIRST STEP TO SUCCESS IS BEGINNING TO SAVE (
WOULD JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER HAVE BEEN THE RICHEST
MANIN THE WORLD IF HE HAD. NOT SAVED HIS FIRST
DIME? WE OFFER YOU AN EASY WAY '1O BEGIN. COME
IN; GET FREE A ,.CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB" BOOK.
YOU CAN ALSO START IN WITH I OR 2 OR 5 CENTS
AND INCREASE YOUR DEPOSIT THIS SAME AMOUNT
WEEKLY FOR FIFTY WEEKS AND HAVE 12.75, 25.50 OR
63.75. WE ADD 4 PER CENNT INTERST
WASHiNGTON BANK & TRUST COMPANY
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Nuu od Itive
Mrs. G. S. Gillison spent the week
end in Hattiesburg and Jackson. day
Miss Louise Wemple. teacher of I
the Music and Art department, is Chu
spemding the holidays with relatives in
Mrs. M. J. Griffith is spending the Ir
hoidays with relatives and friends wb
ln RoXie, MIs
Miss Scott oe of the teachers of th
the High School is spending this We
week with relatives in Dlla', Te x.d
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hanley are
spending the holidays with relatives
at Terre Haute, Indiana and Cin* in
cinatti. 0. th
Mr. and Mrs.J. ELa Besse are
mjoying the holiday season with
their daughter and aony friends at sp
Lake Chrles, re
Mrs. C. S. Clement is spending
the holidays with relatives in the
Rev. W. W. Holmes. Presiding El
'der of New Orleans, was the guest
of the M. E Parsonage and Hon.. and
Mrs B. D. Talley a few. dad last h
H.'J. Neuer of New Orleans is the
ucest of Rev. and Mrs. A. Inman
J. B Clark of Pleasant Hill has
retmrned from Dilo Miss, where he
was called to the deathbed of his s
fthtr who was buried Saturday. i
Mrs. F. Cutrer and children of
Pleasant Hill left Thursday to spend
the holidays with relatives in Jack
IH D. Middleton spent Thursday
in New Orleans.
Dr.and Mrs E Lafferty were
New Orleans visitors Thursday.
Mam E L PizsMts spent Wednaes
day in the Crescet City,
* Lardio was a New OrlMeans
;T, Ita andl an e
m t a Si aWe
Miss Sadie Price of the Lusa Cafe
is spending the holidays with rela
tives in Carriere. the
Mrs. J. W. Sutton spent a few
days in New Orleans last week.
Mi. and Mrs. Byrd Rogers spent buh
Christmas with Mrs. Rogers parents
in New Orleans.
Mrs. L E. Parker and daughter the
Irma left Thursday for DIo, Miss.
where they will spend the holidavys
John Gerlicker who is attending the
the Jefferson Military Collese near A.
s Washington, Miss., is spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Gelicker. i
s Miss Chenault one of the teachers
in the Bogalusa schools is spending d
the Yuletide with relatives in Mans
b Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ditman
it spent Christmas with Covington
Miss Bertha Simmons, of Jack
son, Miss., is spending the week ii
with Miss Mae Polle and other
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White and F
daughter Joyce, ot Covington were ,
t holiday visitors to Bogalusa as the
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Mrs. Nettie Ball of Columbia ,
spent the week end with Mrs. W. T.
he Claude Ball who is attendiot
school at Clinton, Miss, is spending
the holidays with home folks.
of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dorse spent
Christmas with Poplarville relatives.
Dr. Clave E Gill and son Clay are
spending a few days at Norfleld.
Miss, with relatives..
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rawees ate
ere spending the holidays with Norfeld
Leon Synac was a Sunday visitor
" to the Crescent City.
Mrs. K J. Hayman is spendint
wseveral days with relatives at Hasze
Mi Myytle all is spending the
bays with Tyrtoawn relatives.
rie e "rtbt s with her sureseta
J. C.Brock spent Christmas .wit Mrs.
Tylertown relatives. in Slid
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Magee.. spent Mis
the holidays at Tylertow'n, Miss. the I
Mrs. C. C, 'McMillian, of Angie Mr.
spent the holidays with Mrs. A. M. Miss.,
Miss May Ella Bankston is spend
ing the week with Angie relatives. Mis
Miss Lou Lyonsof Slidell is the with
guest of Mrs. A. S. Anderson.
Leslie Anderson spent the holi the h
days with his parents in Covington.
John Brewster was among the spent
Bogaluse citizens who spent Christ broth
mas in Covington. here
Mr, and Mrs. Emmet Brock spent Mr
Christmas.with Tylertown relatives. Chris
Mrs. Fennigan, of New Orleans,
,was the guest of Mrs. E. A. Harding Pa
Sunday, B. H.
Claude Omeria spent the week a po
nd in New Orleans.
Mrs. T. M. Seals spent the weektci
end with Rio relatives. Pass
Miss Dorothy Mullings who is all t
teaching school at Anglie is spend fine.
- ling the holidays with homefolks.
Miss Marie Chapman is enjoying Mist
the holidays with relatives and of
friends at Girard.
Mrs. W. H. Moore s spending the Lea
holidays with relatives in Fatties
tt burg. D
Miss Pearl Martin. a teacher in wit
b the local schools. is spending the
s holidays at Roanoakae
ava - Ne
Prot W. W. Montague is spending T
ding the holidays with home folks at iSa
a Abbevile. l
J. C. Mills spent a fewdaysinI
Hattiesbur last week.I 1
ding ed Ohio. where he has accepted a De
Miss Charline Wilcox who is at- d
tending school in Chatawa, is spend- i
ion the holidays with remiatives ~nd
Mr. and Mrs. W. E Pae are vis m
iting relatives and friends in Jack- fn
ter son during the holidays of
Mrs. J. R Wheat andbaby lefttb
Fridavy for Kokomo, Miss., where &
we they will spend the holidays. L
S Mir Lola Harding who is attend
ing school.st Covingto spent the
holidavs with her parents Mr. and
ba Mrs.i E A. Hardinlg.
Mrs. iL W. Hesling aend daughter
Irene are spending theholidays with
odla New Orleas reladtives.
IL IL Lester speat a few days
this week with Columbia flyiends.
ie Miss Dorothy Haysl is spending
the holiday vaeation with her par
are outs at Port Arthur.
B.D. Hammer of- the Boagaluae I
High School i speDdlDlthe hoidayi
Srewith reatasv in Bk rtlki
Miass Mamie Roberts of Moti
ndkcelo Mi.., srrived in Bogalusa
isitor S unday to send the holiday with
her brother Leslie R 'Roberts l:ad
Hasls Mr. and Mr. A. M Anderson ad
daughter Miss Catheriae of Chicaoe
strived in Bogahasa Frday to vight
ng the therons Walter sand .Ander
istiveson, the weall wn h l an-d
pl-mbers. Mrs. Aule ad
malk fr a I wesb id ma
Mrs. 11. A. Ppr 9t WA
Miss Camille Bailey is among the _
the Bogalusa. Igdies who spenit
Christmas in New Orlex s.
Mr. and Mrs. JH. Reister.of Kiln i
Miss;, spent Christmas with Mrs., i
Rester's parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. F gI
Miss Ida Wood of the Bogalusa u`
Schools is spending the holidays
with New Orleans relatives.
Miss Ethel Overstreet is enjoyingR
the holidays with homefolks.
Frank Mason, of Sunburst,4N. C'
e spent several pleasant days with his
t brother Robert and many friends
here this week.
t Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Flanders spent
"']Christmas with New Orleans relai
'g Pat Raftev the star of the 1916
B. H. S. football team has gone to
Birmingham where he has accepted
Corporal Frank Simmons who is
Dlocrtepd with the army at Eagle
Pass, Texas. is spending the holi
days with homefolks. ,He reports It
is all the boys on the border feeling to
id fine. vis
Mrs. A. Gingry and daughters tea
ng Misses Junie, Roweane and Sidney, I
ad of New Orleans and Mr. and Mrs. Y
W. J. Braud, of Talisheek spent h
Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. A. D cre
he Lear. era
Dewitt Knight. of the Louisiana wit
Fibre. Board Co. spent Christmas r
in with his parents Mr. and Mrs. M. 'e
SM Knight of Zona. -
Flemming Sullivan. of troop I ma
. New York, who is stationed on the
! Texas border arrived in Boaalma
t atSaturda y to spend his ten days fur- a
louh withhis uncle, Mayor W.KIL d
Sullivan and family.
s in so *
M. KMKnight, one of the leading
citizens of Zona spent Satuday in tn
Tl' Bogalusa as the guestof his sm. as
.da Dewitt and many friends. He rm
prts eveonm around Zone doi3n
nicely but the car shortnge ll~ti p
at, the lumber shipments.
mnd Cat 0f Cdo Ve t Wsal a
The ladies of Mothers Hoasr Coa `e
viam nision standi aneed of amunts
ack- for the worthy but destitue objects,
of charity that come under their w
notice. Tothisanditis susltd
left that any person bavian any cast off 1
here clothing may riOng up 277, Mrs. C(c
LJohsono , who will see to a prop
er disposal of it
show starts s p. II, sendms s,
TONIGIT, 'ISDLAY, DEC. 28th
A Saeel GolM etr Play. lThe GM I
days with tm Grem Ees." Aio o,'lmeoie
Luke." le ad %.
Msy, *flmuA SoM Waid " as"amy.
tPeda ma. "Are YouaAn Elk" om
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wSwade.. 'be~flmu actus' feto .
lag EUie Jame WViesO ad algut Julisam
-Unvesil wehlv and , a gde aomdy.
sour'y, MIk 4I comedy. renatmri
abl . Hbert rays . "I he Emirali Pia,"
uEnde.aorert Dsvemort iethee -
anale,." S-Netl Umeblid, Scand 1i.
mhda. S wat orf Sumerlas~ and
a itnte geod comed.
jaeu uedUar, 'ShielMlo Shadw and
coming Thudey. Jan th. , Merely
and Mary Ass" Fater Seaturday. Jam.
6th (harley Cbapa "The PawaHopb "
Sand Car Service
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