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THE CLOV1S NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921.
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LOCAL MENTION
Ray Harrison is working tempo
rarily in Amarillo this week.
Tutronize fclovis merchants,
help build up the town,
They
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For lease I.arpe storage ware
house. Sec S. A. Jones. l.'.'2-tfc
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Johnson last week.
Mrs. Frank Rowoll visited in
buiiieriUv last week.
Al-
Frank Howell spent several days
last week in Topcka, Kans.
Miss Annabell Boydstun came
from Las Vegas Monday to spend the
holidays at home.
John Kirby returned from the Tex
m Military College Sunday and will
spend his Christmas vacation in Clovis.
Season's Greetings. A.
B. Austin & Co.
Miss Helen Mason, who has been
attending Howard Payne College at
Browmvood, Texas, returned home to
spend Christinas.
The directors of the Kiwanis Club
have re-elected Walter Zerwer to act
as secretary of the club during the
coming year.
Don't fail 'o have your prescription
filled at the Clovis Drug Store. Walk
r.cross the street from the post
office. lte
Miss Dorris Gore will leave Friday
to spend Christmas with relatives at
Wellington, Kansas.
"Made Last Night." That's why
Jacobs' candies are on sale at Clovis
Drug store. They're flesh, ltc
M. A. Cruni, real estate dealer of
Frionn. was a Clovis visitor Wednesday.
II. L. WHInnis, !,. H.
Bob 1 1 1 1 tu I relurni d
from a trip In I"l I'a-ai.
Earl Niswandor of the Clovis Na
tional Hank returned to work Thurs
day after a two week's very severe
case of the mumps.
Mrs. Anna Howard of Muleshoe,
Texas, is snending several days visit
ing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. B.
Westerfield.
Fine Whipping Cream 50c per
pmrt. Call John Humphrey, phone
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CHURCHES
CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES
AT ST. JAMES CHURCH
Holy Communion, 7:00 a. m.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Morning Prayer, V '00 a. m.
Evening Prayer, 7:00 p. m.
A special choir under the leader
ship of Mr. Jno. F. Taylor will sing
the offertory anthem.
The Christmas tree exercises will
be held Saturday night at 7:o0 with
a special program.
METHOPIST CHURCH.
.Sunday morning services at the
Methodist church will be: morning
theme, "Seeking a King." Night
theme, "The Man Who Went to
Sleep."
A special program will be rendered
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Services for Sunday will be ap
propriate for the occasion.
Sunday morning subject "Prince
of Peace." Sunday night, "My
Record."
G. H. Mickey, Pastor.
Eat a real Christmas dinner at the
While Rose Cafe, where you get the
best se". ice ir. town. itc
The Woman's Guild of the St.
James Episcopal Mission, will meet
with Mrs. T. i". Hhrl.more, 315 E.
Grand, Jan. 4, at 2:.'!0 o'clock . All
members are cordially invited.
WANTED Good second hand safe.
Call on or write Doughton Land
Co., Clovis, N. M, 12-22tfc.
MUSIC RECITAL.
The piano recital given by the pu.
pils of Miss Orpha Appleman, Inter.
stote faculty teacher of the Western
Conservatory of Music of Chicago in
the High School Auditorium Tuesday
night was a splendid success anj
thoroughly enjoyed by an appn-cia.
tive audience.
Miss Amye Dorman, who has been
attending Simmons College at Abi
lene, Texas, is here to spend the holi
days at the home of Mr. and Mm. A.
on Friday night by the children, theiW. Hockenhull nnd Mr. and Mrs.
spirit of which will be giving rather
than receiving.
BAPTIST CHURCH
A program will be given at tin
Baptist Church Friday evening, Dec
ember 2:1. There will be no Christ-
Frank P. Wilson.
Eat a real Christmas dinner at the
White Rose Cafe, where you get the
best service in town. ltc
SEVEN O'CLOCK
TURKEY DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wutson very
delightfully entertained at a seven
o'clock turkey dinner on Tuesday
evening. After a most delicious din
ner Forty-two was enjoyed by the
guests. Covers were 'laid for Mr.
und Mrs. Andy Moore, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Story, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Reagan,
Mr. and Mrs. .las. Dennis, Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Neal, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Collins, Rev. and Mrs. ('. 1). Poston.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Winstead, Mrs.
Earl Ousel, Mrs. Bessie Moore,
M'sses Fuythe Dennis, Cecil Dennintr,
II. I.. V 11.. ... .1 I lUll'li.J I'llklllll .HI ll f . .
.w.iUKf ......11 1 v 1 1 he 1 lovis wrug store, across the
ami Ola Moore. At a late hour the, . . f t ff-
guests departed declaring Mr. anda 8p,.n,j, jllc f holiday gfls llt
Mrs, Watson to be royal i'iitfitainiiv. I ll.llf!omll,t. pVices. ltc
ANNOUNCEMENT. sy.
I wish to announce my candidacy
for the office of County Treasurer
of Curry County, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic Primary,
Thomas E. Willmun
Most Of US Can be thankful Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nance of do
that the past year iS behind, vis spent last Sunday here in the home
US We Wish all a Mem ol" Mrs. Thomas Nance. Mr. and Mrs.
Christmas and a Happy and wnniilil Ml, Nancc wa9 former
Prosperous New Year. A. i connected with the American Express
B. AUStin & CO. J Company. Hereford Brand.
Gregg and
this Week
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkinson and mas wv' but "m wil1 bl' ''ivil
little son will spend Christmas with! '' t,mn,y-
Mrs. Wi
Texas.
iinson's parents at Canyon,
! IjlDNIGHT MASS AT
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Sieve Verdrui:! from Oliv, t, K-tn-FaS
is h-l'e to spend I h holidays with
his -i-'ter, Mrs. J. .1. Iliivi is.
Fill ' Cl'l'i tllKis
Dru... Store. In
coir.v.c.
Can.'i.
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M ss Rutii 1'ayne, who lia- i. 111 at
tending Kid-Key Collire al Sherman,
Texas, is home for ill. (holidays.
V. Tale returned this week from
near Memphis, Texas, where he pur-rlia.-.-d
a ear load of Jersey heifers
v.li'rh he will ship to Curry County.
Mr. a". I Ms. Ilert Gore and eliii.l
111, Harold .".lid Mildred, 1-ft Satur
day for U'ellineioii, Kansas, where
. h- v iv II ; n ml Christmas.
Mrs. W. M. Mullen and children
l-ft Wednesday for I.a Junta, Colo., I Mrs. W. J. Tinker,
whole she was call,', I by tho serious ! S'-'t'day.
llness of her father.
Fat ( hr
lloso Cafe.
'IIL'S.
ti'fi-- flir.Mer
TiirUy ami
I ( liii.-l.iias F.vc at tvulvc o'clock. j
:it the Whit
all the fix
It c.
Mrs. Wm. Roberts and little son, Eat Christmas dinner at the White
iBillie, of Colingn, Calif., who have Rose Cafe. Turkey and all the fix
ibeel; visiting Mrs. Rob-. rt' daughter, iligs. ltc.
ii turned home;
j Bird Gatewond died at the. home of
his parents northwest of Melius.
We have the ag.ncy for soma nf the Monday, December 12, after only a
nio.-t s.uhstant al ..id liiu fire insur- r' w il'"'S!' fr,,m "Ppendiritis.
ace campatres.
Company.
Doughton Land hr 1,1
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l1. ill serviced eoiiioieoior.it-1
l.i. ill of til 'a ior of el. ill
be hei. I at the Sac e l 11, art
Mi-
Andrew and Fr d
Miss Frances Wallaci
St. Louis Wedn.-. lav-
bedside of their father v
Claud.
I. V. Coolie! and eh'ldren left
th; w. ck f .1- (', ntorville, Iowa, Kan-
1 ;,!),.,. .,,,,1 ' ! City :i .1 Cli!.-ai;o, where they wi.l
arrived from "l"'"1' " fl'w 'eeks visiting.
to a.'end th
ii ar
Glassware and Chinawaie.
Mrs. Del a Fiirl -y of Raton, Xcw
Mexico, is virit in ir her daughter, Mrs.
C. K. Smyer -i till plans to remain here
during the holidays.
Fat Christinas dinner at the Boss
& :": I'iio.. !!!;; turkey dinner with
all ll'.- fix Y.tr.s. Up
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lal.'o.'uejo.'y.
'i ; e' -.V , i' infant a: c. :i;
I'ell. "Moat . I;: llt,
Griiiie r.
Soil inn illi'h Mass,
Uorwiii's Mass in F
four voices, will h
choir, under direction of M
Fischer.'
Kyri", Gior'a, Cr.do I!i
Off.-rlory, Ad. sty I' d, 1
Melody.
Saeetus, Boiiediclil:
Rosewig.
' oiMa.'i'eon What
Jesus Do .i lie?
l ili' l., 1.1. .-, I.,,,,
Soeeial turkey di-;ner at the White
a.,- Cafe Chritim.s. 10.
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Ca
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at th, W'.i
ised was twenty-six years
s survived by his parent
.-v ml brothers ard sisters. L;.
Hit Bin PKl le in Melrose (-, in-'.
T : d iv aflei-iioon.
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WE WANT A TOUCHDOWN!
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Rah! Rah! Rah!
RAY -RAY -RAY !!
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To Our Patrons and
New Friends
We Place it Here in Letters
Bold,
Our Wish Sincere Even Though
It's Old
A Merry Christmas
We wish also Lo thank you for
the rapidly increasing business
we are now enjoying. We like
Clovis and hope you like the gro
cery service we are giving you.
Patty's Cash Grocery
Give Us A Trial
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Ih'rth (f Ch-i.i, n.,:,, le:
'Il 'I he fn -t Mies at :ivV '.
i offered up in ni niioy of His l.inl,
as mar, of th I", ', Virgin ; it is
i'',id at inidnielit b cause Christ was
horn at that hour, ami because He
canie as the I itrlit of the world, to dis
pell the darkness of sin; it is called
the Mass of tin Ancles hi cause the
Angles announced the birth of Christ
to the sehpherds, and at the same
time peace or. earth to men of jrood
will. Catholics arc tinted to pray for
peace, especially at this Mass.
(2) The second Mass et daybreak
is said in remembrance of his birth
in the hearts of his followers. It is
said at daybreak as a .symbol of the
dawn of the spiritual life in our
hearts by the Sun of Justice. It is
also called the Muss of th.- Fhepherds
because the gospel read at this Mass
relates to the adoration of the shop,
herds. Catholics are exhorted to
adore the ChrUtchild with the shepherds.
I") The third Mass enmmemo
raies I!ii denial birth from the
Father before nil npea, and for that
reason iK K, sp,. tells of the time
when. In the heirininnff was ti...
Word and the Word was v:th God.
ami tlie oril was Gml ." It i si,l
M the daytime that its bright iie?s mnv
fie-iire the I'lories of the Godhead.
Catholics are thiii .-idnionislu-.l to
to admire ir-eater knov.h d-.r - of
''hrisi and endeavor to imitate H's
exnmpl" thereby obtalni;);,' the full
ness of his i;r;i!.'es.
F'r. Fiihian, O. F. M.
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icuii dear Lra nil
When Kay Gets Goiiig
k "-',l'i? iiJL
He's a college boy, dross
suited, milkman, gridiron
star. Come get into tho
game with this boy the
boy they called a quitter
the boy who pulled thru
college on a milk can and
the boy who didn't know
when he was beaten!
And the football game at
the end is a bear--and has
America's greatest loot
ball players smashing
through it. You'll sure get a lot of enjoyment out of this one.
COME!
TWO REEL MACK SENNETT COMEDY
"CALL A COP"
MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON COMELY
AT THE
CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
The Sunday school of the Christ
ian church will have a Christmas tree
and Christmas proitram on Saturday
nittht commoncintr at 7:00 o'clock.
The regular Sunday services will
be h Id with sermon subjects suit-!
S ti pi'T" v!
SATURDAY NIGHT
December 24th
TRY TO GET IN
able for tho 'occasion.

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