The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, December 25, 1925 Page: 4 of 8
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At this closing period of the old year comes Christmas time with its mes
sage of Cheer and Good Will.---------——" " ~
It is well to pause at this moment and send those Greetings that for cen-
turies men have used to give expression to their well wishes for the success
and happiness of those whose lives touch theirs.
We are glad to believe that as the years roll by this spirit grows richer,
and the circles widen.
So it is that we send you our hearty Greetings at this time; to wish you
and those dear to you a full measure of Happiness and Prosperity.
May the Spirit of Peace and Good Will attend you throughout every'
day of a glad New Year.
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THE CLIFTON RECORD, CLIFTON, TEXAS. DECEMBER 25. 1925
THE CLIFTON RECORD
By Robt. L. Baldridge
Entered at Postoffice, Clifton, Tex-
as, as Second Class Mail Matter.
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
Friday, December 25, 1923
One Year ........................................$1.50
Six Months ________________________________ .85
Three Months ............ ................50
Display Advertising per inch........30c
Extra Charge for Special Position
Local Advertising, per line......._...10c
Black Face Type, per line...........,;.15c
Resolutions and card thanks 5c line
Special rates made on time contracts
The Record management appre-
ciates the splendid co-operation of
Clifton business men this week, which
helped the paper to reach its readers
The Queen Theatre was the ‘first
business firm to use the new city
light senice for power, and Alfred
Canuteson was next to tie his. plant
on. They report the service fine.
There is nothing wrong in a young
lady picking out a young man capable
of making them both a good honest
living—when she decides to fall in
love, because there is a hereafter to
that love business.
letting its own light
As usual, a fine lot of advertising
in the Record this week. Read them
and get the benefits.
If we would look for the good rather
than the evil in others, they would
respond by showing us their better
It looks like the new city light
plant will begin the new year with
at least 85 per cent of the business
of the citjr. Why not!
The Record wishes its readers and
friends the happiest' Christmas and
moat prosperous New Year that they
have ever had the privilege of par-
ticipating in. Health being the most
desired of all other wishes.
Old Santa Claus can see how to get
about over Clifton now with the splen-
did new lighting system that makes
the town look almost as light as day.
We hope the old man will see well
enough to reach every home in the
community, and we have an idea that
Last Saturday at 7:30 Mr, Pete
Reesing and Miss Minnie Schumacher
were united in marriage at the bride’s
home by Rev. A. Bartling.
The bride made a charming appear-
ance in a champagne canton crepe
dress with hose and shoes to match
The young couple will live on one
of the homestead farms.
A large gathering of relatives and
near neighbors attended the ceremony,
and showered the couple with many
It is frequently expressed by Clif
ton people that they are glad this is
not a “one man town." The little local
fights indulged in by Clifton folks
has, in many instances, made the
town better and pulled business for
many miles that would never come
this way had one or two men had their
way every time an issue cSme up. As
long as we are fighting for a better
town their is a chance for much good
to be accomplished. Come to Clifton.
Monday was the shortest day of
the year, the date of the winter sol-
stice. From now on the days will be-
gin to lengthen, this being barely
noticeable at first, but gradually in-
craasing, until the date for the sum
mer solstice is had, usually
CHRISTMAS GREETING—As the
gracious and hallowed season of
Christmas again aproaches, we gladly
aeise this opportunity to extend to
every member of the Methodist church
and others, those friendly greetings
and hearty good wishes, we would be
•o happy to express to each of you
face to face and hand in hand Christ-
We wish for you and yours a Christ-
mastide at peace and plenty and good
health, made glad by the gifts of
love and friendship and sweet mem-
ories, and may happiness and every
other worth-while thing attend your
footsteps throughout the New Year,
with nothing to mar the happiness of
Sunday gchool 10 a. m.
Preaching both morning and even-
Epworth League at 6:15 p. m.
T. G. Story, P. C.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Lord’s Day, Dec. 27th, will be the
last opportunity for ua to meet around
the Lord’s Table in 1925. How many
members of the church will fail to
meet ? Kind reader, are you a mem-
ber of the body of Christ, the church
of the living God, the pillar and sup-
port of the truth?
The church has done some good
work this year. 41 additions, 36 bap-
tisms. Our attendance has been good.
But let us make the last Lord’s Day
the best. Let every member be pres-
ent. A good Christmas gift for the
preacher would be for all to come, fill
the house, join in the songs and
Preaching 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Bible Study 10:00 a. m.
Come one, come all. A pleasant
place to worship.
- J; E. Mullins, Minister.
H. Hampe was in from his home out
east of Clifton early Monday morning
and called to order the Record sent
to Herman Lehman, Route 1, Thorn-
dale, Texas, as a Christmas gift.
.Margaret Hill, Leta Thomas, Alice
Odegaard, readers; Dorothy Rea and
Antoinette Westgaard, pianists, pu-
pils of Mrs. Olena Poulson Belding,
were presented in recital Saturday
evening, Dec. 19, at Grisard School
of Music, Waco.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Rasmoson and
daughter, Mrs. Homer Carpenter,
were called to Dallas Tuesday on ac-
count of the serious illness of Mrs.
Pearl Nichols, sister-of Mrs. Rasmo-
son and aunt of Mrs. Carpenter. Last
reports from Dallas were discourag-
On December the 21st, Misses Sa-
die and Clarice Nelson gave' a mis-
cellaneous shower at their home, in
honor of Miss Susanna Seljos, a bride-
About 3:00 o’clock the guests be-
gan to arrive. They were received by
the hostesses and were directed to
the dining room, where they regis-
tered. Here they were served deli-
cious refreshments, consisting of
layer cake, cornflake dainties and hot
The parlor was beautifully deco-
rated. Christmas bells and wreaths
were helpers in carrying out the
The guests having all arrived, the
following program was given:
Piano solo. Miss Ruth Odegaard;
toasts, Miss Lila Hoff; piano solo,
Miss Minta Moffatt; reading, Miss
Then little Miss Gladys Cleo Can-
uteson, a niece of the groom and
Master Arthur Lloyd Seljos, a neph-
ew of the bride-to-be, entered the
room, pulling a small wagon, beau-
tifully decorated with white and pink
crepe paper, loaded with presents.
Miss Seljos happily opened the
many beautiful presents and passed
them around, that the guests might
The gifts having all been viewed
and returned to Miss Seljos, she said
a few words expressing her thanks
for the many beautiful and useful
About 5 o’clock the guests departed,
wishing Miss Seljos a happy future.
ST. OLAF LUTHERAN CHURCH
Christmas services at Rock church
Christmas day; Cove Springs 2nd day,
Saturday; Brick church 3rd day,
English in Brick church and Cove
Springs, Norwegian in Rock church.
Christmas trees at Brick church
Friday night and Rock church Satur-
We are grateful to the ladies soci-
ety of the Clifton congregation for
the invitation to be their guests at
their meeting at the College, Monday
afternoon, Dec. 28th. Men are also in-
The annual business meeting of the
is held at the Brick church
FOOTBALL AT CITY PARK
The Clifton College Kittens and the
Old Time Cats will crawl in the mill
and mix it with eatffi* other at 2:30
o’clock Saturday evening, Dec. 26th,
of this week. This game will witness
in action such stars as now appear
on the greatest footballs teams ever
gathered together on a gridiron. No-
tables from the past such as Mute
Wilson, all-state fullback and Red
Grange of present fame will be called
to participate in the art of officials
and their doubles will be seen in ac-
tion carrying the ball across the
The present College team boasts of
their present star. Slim Grimland, and
it will be interesting to see the shoe-
string tackles that will bring this
secondary defense and brick wall to
the ground and thrown for losses. The
grandstand will be surprised with the
huddle system which Coach D. X.
Bible and Chief Bender have been
drilling into the Old College Cats, and
it is a miracle to witness the great
signal calling which is a silent system,
and will be the first to be seen in this
part of Texas. Mr. ^Harris who set the
old College on the map when he and
Sonny Schow were the mainstays of
that team, will work together in tbo
backfield, also Chink Westley, wh n^..
Coach Bible of A. A M. has picked to
lead the conference in drop-kicking
next year, will also demonstrate his
ability by kicking a field goal from
the 70 yard line.
The insurance agents have warned
the present college team that they will
withdraw all policies they hold on
players less than 22 years old now at-
tending Clifton College and will not
be responsible for any injury incurred
by the Old Cats shoe string tackles.
The game will be broadcasted if the
station FLOP is ready by Saturday.
This game will start at 2:30 and
wilj be played for the benefit of the
Clifton College ‘Athletic Association,
and from the looks of the outcome
the present team at Clifton will need
your help, for the College has a
heavy team and their supporters will
appreciate your help if you will kind-
ly step in when the time comes and
help carry the big men off the field
when they are knocked out. This will
be by far the most exciting game
played in difton this year.
Wm. Kemp was a visitor in Craw-
ery. Many of the people of Clifton
are well acquainted with Mrs. Nichols
having met her daring her visits here,
and are hoping for her recovery
ing, saying the _____ __________ ________
M no hopes for Mrs. Nichols’ recov- Wednesday next week, Dec. 30th, be-
ginning at 10 a. m.
Sweden has had no yar since 1809.
We extend our best wishes to each and
every one of our friends and customers
New Year118 Chnstmas and a prosperous
And we want to use this opportunity to
thank each one of you for the splendid bus-
iness you have extended us this year.
We have a very nice selection of fine
candies, stationery and other articles of
value that would be appropriate gifts.
We appreciate your visits to our store.
CUNNINGHAM & MARTIN
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, December 25, 1925, newspaper, December 25, 1925; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776588/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.