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10 PAGES The Flora Journal- PARTOOK t^ac -4*^ YOU SHOULD READ THE JOURNAURECORD ^THE NEWSIEST NEWSPAPER IN CLAY COUNTY p. h,. •! '' > Y L'. BWBOS VOLUME Xni THB aovwMAU vol sb no. S FLORA. ILUNOIS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 8. 1925 NUMBER 17 WTDOSTS FOR 1088 Flora merchants are, as a rule, optlmtotic, and always reaching out to aatand their trade territory. Thto Is proven by the large volume of ad- TsrttolBg which appoars each week and each year In tbe Journal-Record. The period of Invoicing having beon about conclnded, we hear good re¬ porU trom the hustlers In Flora coa¬ ceralng their 1924 business. These hustlers believe, wltb the big industrial chiefs of tha aation, that 1986 will be a banner year ia buaUess and they ate going after Flora's share of trade, as witnessed by the toUowlng business men who har* anranged tor 1926 advanUaUg In the Journal-Record: ¦:,,.•'•./ Scudamore Bros. Hodges Orocery Flora Greenhouse. - Medley A Son J. Bowman ii, Kroger's ¦¦•¦¦ '' '."^^ .¦¦;.'¦•'" First National Bank , ¦-.i Flora Nationai Bank N. B. Prince R. J. Cnnningham U. R. Winterman ., J. H. Throgmorton Walter Maas Oahan Bros. Inc. . . • Chaney Bros. Schiffman's ' Taylor Bros. McLaughlin A Son Schnell's Bakery E. W. Bryan Sypult & Shepard Ooldsby & Riggle ¦ * O. H. Byars Those carrying professional card^ are: A. O. Gaddis Hancock A Son H. S. Williams Dr. P. H. Baylea Spletb's Studio Dr. B. A. Hopkinson Dr Oeo. W. Campbell Dr. M. 0. Powell / Dr. H. W., Ooodpaster CARKY-STBWART Harold V. Carey and Miss Mildred A. Stewart, both ot Flora, were mar¬ ried Thursday evening, January 1, 192B, at 8:00 o'clock at the home of the bride's parenU, Mr. and Hrs. A. 3. Stewart in west Flora, the Tlev. C. L. Doty, ijastor of the First ChristUn ahurch otficlating. The bride has for the past two yeara heen employed at the Cunnln^- baiq Gift Shop. She is a young wom¬ an of real worth, rrepossessluK In anpearance. charming In manner. Mr. Carey ts employed by the B. A ~C railroad eor*'nanv as fireman on the Sprlngfleld division. The Journal-Record Joins tbelr, many friends in extending congratu¬ Utlons. INSTALLATION OP OFFICERS At a stated meeting of Flo.'-a Lodve No. 204 A. F. A A. M. held on "Wednesday night, Jan. Tth, 1925 the following officers were installed tur the ensuing year: Thos. H. Sabin, W. M.; Jas. F. Handley, S. W.; Lawrence Qnlnn, i. Vf.: C. E. HemphUl. Treas.; Bdgar U. H»ncork, Jr., Sec'y.; D. F. Hodges, ChapUIn; A. W. Irwta, 8. D.; B. A. Tlsdale. J. p.; L. B. ClemenU, S. S.; C. A. Oeorge, J. S.: Raymond Olb¬ aon, Marshal; S. M. Hemphill, Tyler. Bro. C. B. Hemphill, P. M. wag the Insulting otficer and Bro. Raymond Oibson installing marshal. Thos. H. Sabln. W. M. FLORA OOrPLK MARRIEO AT CARLYTiE DECEMBER 88 WillUm A. Wood and MUs Bvelyn Matthews, both of this city, slipped away from Flora on Tuesday after¬ aoon, December 28. 1924, and went to Carlyle, 111., where tbey wero ouletly married by the Rev. B. Gray WiaUger, pastor ot the M. E. cburch. Mr. Wood is employed aa a brake- man on the B. A O. railroad. Tbey have gone to taousekeeping on Second street. WOMAN'S CLUB MEBTINO TOBH>AT, SANITARY 18 iiiiitiiiiinnMiiimiiiiiiHiinnmiimniiinHiiiniiiiiiiiniiinniiiiiiiuiimiiniiiiNiiiiii Song Club DoYotlobal Mrs. Bdna Caasldy Bnslaess. Roll Call ....Suggestldns tor Improv¬ ing Flora Flora's History ...... Mrs. Mary Lewis Our Town and Its Children Mrs. Ocle Rtggle Picture Stndy MUs Mary Em« Music— ^x Htotory ot Tlolla. Mtoa Elate Wla- ters. Lite of Frits Kretoler, Mrs. FrUad. Tlolto Solo, Mtss Bthel Fry, Tocal Solo—Violin Obligato, Hrs. Bthel Tonney. Duet—Starry Night, Mrs. CampbeU and Mrs. Scott. Tbe annual banquet, commemor¬ ating the twenty-second anniversary, win be Held at the Christian ehhrch, Friday evening. January 16. Program PUno Solo Marjorle Oolden Ladles' Quartet. Costume Monologue Mrs. Madley One Act Play—That Blond Person. The Board of Directors will meet at the home ot Mrs. Dr. P. H. Baylea Monday ntght, January 12. FREE FLASHLIGHT MAOFARREN TRIO AND ARTHtTR PLVM8TE.%D The Marfarren Trio and Arthur Plumstend. baritone, noted muflcal organization which will appear here on the Lyceum courae Tuesday eve¬ ning, January 13, is directed by Its organizer. Herbert Macfarren, not¬ able British nianist and honor grad. uate of the Royal Academy of Music, London. England. The name of Macfarren has been a noted one in British artistic circles for the riast four ^pneratlons. The name of tbp late 3tr Oeoree Macfar- r»'n. Prlnclnal of tht Royal Academy of Music. Loirton. and Professor ot Mn«1" «• CambrldBe, as well ai, that of Walter MRffarren for so lonf Pro¬ fesaor of Plannfnrte at the Royal Academy, Is widely known. Herbert Macfarren's own high reputation has been establUhed in this country and In Eneland. I ,.,.., . J . .. ,, .. Arthur Plnmetead, > well-known .^The local basketball team evened baritone, posso.ses a voice of great "•« »''
|Masthead||The Flora Journal Record|
|Geographic Coverage||United States, Illinois, Clay County, Flora|
|Description||An Archive of the Flora Journal-Record Newspaper in Flora, Illinois. Flora Digitial Newspapers Collection.|
|Subject||Flora (Ill.) - Newspapers, Clay County (Ill.) - Newspapers|
|Rights||Digitized with permission from current newspaper publisher.|
|Contributing Institution||Flora Public Library|