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The Commercial, Union City, lean.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1921. KITES NEWS. Tho school recedes to-day for a 'week. Don't fail to see "Joe, the Waif" to-night. Mrs. R. S. Shipp ia home from Centerrille. " Miss Mary Turner comes In to morrow from Memphis. Rer. J. H. Thomas preaches Sun day In regular appointment. Mr. Sayre is hero from the north, uest of his 8iBtcr, Mrs. Ed Cultra. Mrse. Kate Barreett, of Troy, was .a visitor Tuesday with Mrs. Laura Hutcherson. Mrs. W. J. Caldwell visited in Kenton Tuesday for a reception with the Misses Enochs. Misses Florence Botts and liattie Mai Clemmons will spend part of the holidays in Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris, of Wa verly, will be down to spend the com ing week with Mrs. Mag Harris. "Joe, the Waif," to-night at the school building. Home talent. Pop ular prices. Money stays at home. . Mrs. Mamie Phebus is entertaining the Childrcn'3 Band with a Christmas tree to-morrow at the C. P.Church Elder Dorence Woody is in from Henderson and Mis3 Ruth Woody, teaching at Samburg, is a:so home Miss Laura Mott Dicrcey takes up work in the Bluff City next month as assistant secretary at the school of medicine. The basket ball team has another game with Troy to its credit. We Tiear that our boys are out for the -championship of the county. Don't forget that hot .lunches and candy will be on sale to-morrow at the Shore-Phebus Department Store. Benefit water and lights for the school building. COMMUNITY PRIDE. Our girls played the second team of City High to the score of 18-6 This is tnelr sixth game and fourth consecutive victory. Several attended the School Im provement Association last Friday This is a very important and not un pleasant work and we insist that all of our patrons attend. Community Pride will present "The Little Savage on next Friday night (Dec. 23). This has been giv en with success and we cordially In vite you to be present. Leonidas Polk Chapter: : -History class will meet with Mrs C. W. Miles, Sr., Thursday, Jan. 5, 1922, Mrs. Beck, leader. . For several months the cla3S has been studying the history of Eng lend under the reign of the Stuarts, who believed in the divine right of kings. During this time the first English colonies in America were settled.' The subject for the meeting is "The Jamestown Colony." "Sir Walter Raleigh's Attempt to dettto-a Colony in America," Mrs. W. H. Swiggart. - "Sir Francis Drake," Mrs. Thos. Bonner. "How Jamestown Was Settled, Mrs. Jno. Embry. Capt. Jno. Smith," Mrs. O. S. Miles. Lord de Le Mars," Mrs. Eva Wad- dell. - "Indian Character," Mrs. Hugh Smith. "Pocahontas and John Rolfe," Mrs. Arthur Tittsworth, "Governors for First Twelve Years," Mrs. J. W. Caldwell. . "The Great Charter of Virginia and What Effect It Has Had on the United States," Mrs. W. E. Whitson. "The First School in America," Mrs. Geo. Gibbs, Sr. Heal Estate Transfers. Johnson and Vincent to m' A. Cloar, lot in No. 13,, $2500. S. T. Denton to Richard Fish, lot in No. 5, $420. Richard Fish to E. F. Nation, lot in No. 6, $500. Woody R. Ferrell et al. to John T. Walker, 238 acres In No. 4, $18, 500. Carl L. Wade to G. W. Reynolds, Ex., 350 ceres in No. 1, $41,500. N. L. Mitchell to, J. M. Blanken taker, oil lease in No. 3, $1000. M. E. Clark et al. to W. S. Grimes, et al. 71 acres in No. 12, $3600. Jas. A. Wright ct al. to Mrs. L. E. Shore et al., 866 acres- in No. 4, $9000. - ' ' Clarence Nj'Blanton et al. to Mar vin A." Blanton,' 40 acres in No. 6, 13000. --i " c -y.-i - ' - - J. H. Blanton et ux. to Marvin A. Blanton, 72 acres in No. 6, $720u. R. A. Napier et al. to Mrs. . Dora Ferguson, lot in No. 13, $750. Big Christmas ' special, Anita S'ewart in f'Soflng the Wind," Op era House, Mo ay, 10 and 20 cents. Ioe all tLJ yr. Call 150. j Patterson-Stovall. A quiet, but pretty home wedding was solemnized Wednesday afternoon when Rev. J. T. Banks united in ma -rlage Miss Mary Louise Stovall and W. H. Patterson at the Home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Stovall. Miss Mary Kate Stalcup, of Union City, Who entered the room with Tom Moore Mayo, presided at the piano and before the ceremony rendered "Token of Love." To the strains of "Bridal Song," Miss Hattie Stalcup, of Union City, and Gatha Stovall, brother of the bride, entered the large living room which was beautifully decorated with ferns and other pot flowers, followed by the bride and groom. During the cere mony, which was a very impressive one. Miss Stalcup softly played a nuptial number. Tho bride was very attractive in a traveling suit of navy blue tricotine with blouse, hat and other accessories to match. She car ried an arm bouquet of white chrys anthemums and ferns. Many useful and pretty gifts were received by the bride and groom. Immediately after the ceremony, amid congratulations and best wishes of many friends, Mr. and Mrs. Patterson left for their home in Greenfield, where a wedding supper was given them by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Patterson. Weakley County Press. McClain-Wood. Mr. Raymond McCIaln and Miss Blanche Wood were united in mar riage on the 17th inst. in Union City by Rev. E. M. Mathls at the Meth odist parsonage. Martin-Rogers. Robert Martin and Miss Elsie E. Rogers, of Obion, were united in marriage in Troy on Sunday after noon, the 18th inst., Rev. G. T. Scl lars officiating. Married. On the afternoon of Dec. 17, at the parsonage of the Union City' Cir cuit, Edward Norman Clark, of Oak ton, Ky., and Miss Ruth Deweese, of Hickman County, Ky., were mar ried by Rev. G. W. Evans. Crittendon Grove. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Crittendon Grove Church will give a Christmas program on the night of Dec. 27. Admission, 10 and 15 cents, for the benefit of the church and C. E. If tho weather is unfa vorable the program will take place on the following night Marriage Licenses. Jas. Otis Berry and Myrtle An drews. Albert Morris and Gladys Smith, Clyde Sowell and Hezzle Adklns. Edward M. Clark and Ruth De neese Robt. W. Martin and Miss Elise E. Rogers. ,: ' - Raymond McEIam and Blanche Wood. Oran Warlx and Lorena Primrose. J. Q. McRight and Codie H. Fram- baugh. Chas. O. Freeman and Miss Edna Caldwell. Baptist Church. A. R. McGEHEE, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Evening worship, 7 p.m. B. Y. B. U., 6:15 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m. Subject for sermon Sunday morn ing: "In Quest of the Best." Evening Subject: "The Best Re jected." The choir will render appropriate selections of special music at both services Sunday. A cordial Invita tion to attend all the services of this church is extended to everybody. We give a special invitation to strangers and visitors to worship with us. SANTA CLAUS LETTERS. Woodland Mills, Dec 20 Dear Santa: am a little boy 9 years old. Please bring me a football, tinker toy, train, automobile, tricycle, handcar. ABC blocks, firecrackers, nuts, fruits, etc. W. H. CurJin. Woodland Mills, Dec. 20. Dear Santa: I am a little boy 9 years old; want a football, knife, tinker toys. train, train and track, fireworks, fruits and candies. Harry Brown Marshall. Woodland Mills, Tenn.-Dear Santa; am a , little boy 9 years old. Have beeu very good, so that you would come. I don't want very much, for times are so bard. I want a football, cap pistol and caps tool box and a cootie game, candy and fruits. Don't forget tbe knife. Jakie Prather. Woodland, Dec. 20. Dear Santa: I am a little bey 9 years old. Please bring me a football and train that will THE HOME ;OF SANTA CLAUS UNUSUAL VALVES FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS Boys' haiiy fleece lined union suits 69c. Boys' all-wool suits, some with 2 pants, A I $4.50 to $10.00. Suits and Overcoats Here you are! Reduced for Xmas. Every man who has the proper re gard for the value of a dollar will appreciate to the utmost the re markable values shown in these fine overcoats and suits. Clothing of the first class, styles of the latest model, fine tailoring, selected wool ens. These were made to sell at . $40.00. Special $22.50. Sweaters Here's a real surprise in the Sweater line that will be sure to ap peal to you. Every man and every youth wants and needs a nice, warm sweater, and this sale is worth the attention of everyone who is at all interested in pleasing their men folks at Christmas time. We have both sweater coats and pull-overs, with or without shawl collars, in all the favorite colors and combinations at only $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 Women's House Slippers, felt and kid; all sizes; all colors $1.50 $2.00 $2.25 run on a, track, pair of boots, ABC blocks, tinker toys, and cap pistol and fireworks. James Cecil Roberts. Woodland, Dec. 20 Dear Santa Claua: I don't want much. I am 9 years old. Please bring me a football and tack of marbles, a train thai will run on a track, band car, ABC blocks, set of tioker toys and a pistol and some caps for It. And that will be all this time, except all kinds of fruits and can dy. (Failed to sign, but Santa bas tbe address.) Eires, Tenn., Dec. 21 Dear Santa: A Practical Present Men's Shirts in fine striped ma dras and checks, all the new pat terns, in the most desirable colors, at only $1.20. Soft or stiff cuffs, well made and firmly stitched. Priced from $1.50 to $2.50 Manhattan Shirts 20 per ct. discount Wonderful values in Gloves a gift any man would appreciate. Tan cape, heavy stitching, all colors. Also fleece lined gloves and mittens at reduced prices 25c 50c $1.00 $1.50 $2.10 - Price Surprises ' Hosiery, Men's 40c grade at 25c Men's Silk or Wool Hosiery 75c and $1.00 Women's Silk or Wool Ho3e $1.00 and $1.50 Special values in cotton and lisle at 15c 25c 50c AQETT UNION CITY, TENN; I am a little girl 2 years old. I want you to bring me a doll, a little stove, a set of dishes and a red wagon, candy and fruits. Please don't forget Eliza beth Stovall. I'll go to bed early. Your little girl Elizabeth Carolyn Bowers. Union City, Tenn.r Deo. 20 Dear Men's $2.00 Overalls Christmas Sale price .15 ZJJ- Work Shirts Neckwear, Mufflers, Scarfs Silk and Cotton Hosiery, Cuff Links, Gloves, Stick Pins, complete sets of Men's Jewelry, Belts, Sus penders, etc, at popular prices. Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets, Knit Vests and Sweaters, Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases Specially priced for Christmas sell ing. Fine leather bags at 47.50 $10.00 $12.50 20 per cent discount on all ward robe trunks. Handkerchiefs, plain and initial, 5c 10c , 15c 25c Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, 25c 35c 50c Men's House Slippers, felt or kid; all sizes $1.25 $1,75 $3.00 Men's fine $2.50 Union Suits for only $1.20. Others at ' $1.50 and $2.00 CO. Santa Claus: Will you please bring m some beads and a ring and a drawing i j i i :i. -j set of dishes and soma fruit. From -Fara Wagster. Erersharp Pencils, Dletzel's.