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A little paper
with all the
news and a big
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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$2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. S2.25 to
all other points.
VOL. 12,   NO. 30
Alice Aem, B. C, Saturday. December 24, 1932
5 cents each.
Alice Arm   Christmas
Tree Outstanding
The sweet and appealing singing;
of the children; the gorgeous costumes; the excellent precision in
carrying out the programme, plus a
large and appreciative audience
marked the Alice Arm Children's
Christmas Tree and Entertainment,
held atT. W. Falconer's Hall on
Thursday evening, as one of the
most successful yet staged here.
The children of the school, who
had been trained by Mr. J. Walter-
Hughes, entertained the audience
with excerpts taken from the musical comedies: "The Geisha" and
"The Country Girl." Their excellent singing and acting was almost
faultless, and rounds of applause
: again and again greeted their efforts.
I The costumes, which were designed
i with great care, added color and
animation to the stage settings and
no item was omitted to make the
scenes as realistic as possible.
A feature of the evening was the
I excellent singing, both by the soloists and chorus and the whole programme was carried through with-
3ut a single hitch. Much credit in
Ithis respect is due to Mr. J. Walter
IHughes, who, for several weeks has
[painstakingly instructed the chil-
Idren, especially in regard to the
Following is the programme,
O' Canada.
1. Recitation,     Arthur    Moss,
| Marshall Smith, Jack Graham.
2. Selection by orchestra,"Holy
I Night."
3. Song,  "jack's the Boy for
' Work," Alma Evindsen and Geisha
4. Songi "Dear little Jappy.
Jap, Jappy," Michael Blomfield and
Geisha chorus.
5. Song. "The Amorous Gold
Fish," Joan Trinder and Geisha
6. Selection by orchestra "When
the moon comes over the Mountain.'1
7. Empire songs by school children, without accompaniment.
8. Selection by orchestra, ' 'Jingle Bells."
9. Song, "Coo." by Marguerite
Moss and "Country Girl" chorus.
10. Song, "When the Work's
all done next Fall." by Mr. J. Hatton. Encore, "I have no use for the
11. Song. "Yo Ho Little Girls,
Yo Ho." Leah Kergin and Country
Girl chorus.
12. Accordian Solo. Mr. Emil
13. Song. Molly the Marchioness," Ellen Anderson and Country
Girl chorus,
14. Selection by orchestra, "The
River of Golden Dreams."
15. Crinoline Song and Dance,
by school children.
God Save the King.
Accompanists of the evening were
Mrs. J. Graham Miss Alice Kergin
and J. Fiva.
As the last strains of the latter
died away, Old Santa Claus himself,
resplendent in his red robes,  white
May Your Christmas Mowing Be Qlorious
and Your Smile of Christmas Cheer
Spread on Throughout the Year
Christmas Services At Anyox
At Christ Church on Christmas
Eve, Holy Communion will be celebrated at 11.45 p.m. On Christmas Day, Holy Communion will be
celebrated at 8 a.m. and 10.30.
Evensong will be held at 7.45 p.m.
On Christmas Day, at 10 a.m.,
The United Church Sunday School
will be held as usual, and Divine
Service at 11 o'clock. Christmas
Carols will be sung at this service.
At 7.30 the evening service will
be held. The choir will render the
beautiful Cantata: "Prince of
Peace." At both these services the
Rev. Evan Baker will deliver a spec-
cial Christmas message, and a
hearty invitation is extended to
whiskers and benevolent countenance burst into the room and strode
blithely to the Christmas Tree, and
commenced handing out his presents
tn all the juveniles and also some
adults. Squeals of pleasure were
heard on all sides as eager fingers
stripped the coverings from the parcels, revealing, guns, trucks, books
and other treasures; also bags of
candy, nuts apples and oranges.
On the departure of Santa, the
refreshment committee came into
action and hot coffee, sandwiches,
cakes, etc. were enjoyed by everyone present. Following the repast
the floor was cleared for dancing,
and the strains of the opening waltz
by the Alice Arm orchestra was the
signal that dancing was now the
paramount form of entertainment.
The floor was quickly crowded with
devotees of the terpsichorean art,
who kept the orchestra busy until
the hands of the clock passed the
midnight hour.
Viewed from every angle, from the
opening of the children's entertainment until the strains of the Home
Waltz died away, the evening was
a huge success and the only regret
was that such pleasant evenings are
not more plentiful.
The success of the evening is due
to the efforts and kindnesses of
many, and the ladies of the various
committees wish to thank all those
who gave their time so freely in preparing the hall and stage; also the
Alice Arm orchestra for their services; the Collison of Kincolith
Chapter, I. O. D. E. for their dona,
tion; the anonymous Anyox donors
who sent presents to several of the
elderly Alice Arm prospectors, and
also everyone else, who, whether
by gifts or otherwise contributed.
The Concentrator and
Vandals Win At
Determined to stay with their
weekly schedule as closely as possible, the Basketball League held
two games on Monday the 19th.
There was a somewhat sparse attendance, probably owing to the
many duties of this busy season.
The first clash, between the Concentrator and Mechanics, was won
by the former 19-17. The game
was stubbornly contested throughout, although the Mechanics
appeared to have hard luck in not
running up a higher score. The
teams: Mechanics, C. Dresser-7,
Mikeli-8, L. Gillies-2, Murray, Sanderson, Dodsworth. Concentrator
Falconer-6, Dodd, Maclead, Dwyer
-8, McDonald-2, McDougall-3.
In the second game the students
put up a fine showing against the
Vandals' squad, scoring 26 against
42 by their formidable opponents.
The Vandals are fast and tricky,
check close, and have the science
of passing down to a fine art. The
students were nippy and fast, but
would do better with short passes,
as long ones almost invariably intercepted by their taller opponents.
They are never daunted, no matter
what the score, and their cleverness
provides many a thrill for the fans.
The teams: High School, H.
Dresser-5, Patrick, Gillies-15,
Shields, Dodsworth, Gordon-6.
Vandals: H. Jack-8, Calderoni-18,
Walmsley-14, Calderoni-2, Anderson.
Elaborate Plans For New
Year Dance
True to their reputation, the
Brother Bills are planning to make
their New Year Dance equal to the
best they have ever held. The
committee are doing everything possible to achieve this. The best
music available has been engaged,
and artistic decorations will give an
enchanting effect to the gaiety.
The kind of supper for which the
Elks hold such a fine reputation will
be served. Special novelties for the
dancers are on hand.
The committee are making a special request that dancers come early,
thus making the most of the best
evening of the year. Altogether it
promises to be a most fitting function for New Year's Eve, and one
that Anyox people should not miss.
United Church Scholars
On Tuesday evening last the In
termediate and Senior grades of the
United Church Sunday School were
entertained at a special Christmas
function, which was held in the
basement of the Church. An en
joyable supper was served, after
which the ubiquitous Santa Claus
dispensed gifts to all present from
the Christmas Tree. Following
this a concert was held, all the items
being given by the scholars themselves.
On Wednesday afternoon the
Cradle-roll and Primary classes
were given a Christmas treat,
Each child received a delightful gift
from the Tree, following which a
Christmas Party was held and-thbr*
oughly enjoyed by all present.
These enjoyable Christmas treats
are long anticipated by the children,
and the teachers and officers of the
school deserve praise for the thorough manner in which they are carried out.
School Boys Continue
Weekly Schedule
On Saturday the 10th. the regular weekly basketball game between
the two school teams, Muskrats and
Pirates, was played, the Pirates
overpowering their opponents by a
narrow margin. The best of feeling
prevails between these schoolboy
teams and every member looks forward with keen enjoyment to the
weekly tilts. Maxwell Patrick was
the capable referee.
The teams: Muskrats, J. Dodsworth, J. Varnes, Bobby Kent, G.
Kent, D. McDonald. Pirates: L.
Murdoch, H. Dresser, R. Dodsworth, B. Parsons, T. Scott, B.
The same teams met again on
Saturday the 17th. and this time
the Muskrats frustrated the plans
of the sea marauders and routed
them 13-9. It was a closely contested game, played in a real sportsmanlike manner. Honors are now
about equally divided between these
budding' basketeers.
Mr. Noble, auditor for the Granby
Company, arrived on Wednesday.
He will spend about three weeks at
the Anyox plant.
A. Waters left on Wednesday
for a holiday visit to his home in
An  Entertainment  Of
Alluring Charm
A Dansical Musical Comedy,
entitled "Our Home Town" will be
presented in the Recreation Hall on
the evening of Wednesday, January 4th. by a local cast of some
seventy Anyox children and young
people. It is a succession of interesting dance features in a programme of sustained interest, with
a continuity of theme and a-ction
which occupies a running time of
about two hours. The cast have
been in training for a considerable
period under the direction of Mrs.
V. S. McRae.
This entertainment provides a
programme that is quite different
and unusual. The production is
presented in three episodes. The
first of these is "Baby Days", featuring the wee folk in "The Popcorn Ballet," introducing brief but
delightful numbers.
The second episode, "School
Days," is the medium for dancers
of school age, and there is plenty
of life and dash. Numbers in this
act include "Organdie Chorus,"
"Walking on Air," "Tapping
Gallop," "Duo," and "Circus In-
time," with the clowns, acrobats,
toe-equestrienne, etc. Then come
"Winter Carnival," Showman
Dance," "La Belle Coquette," and
"The Snowball Strut."
In the third episode, entitled
"Love Days," sophisticated dancers
are set forth in a cabaret entertainment. Many very pretty song
and dance numbers are seen and
heard, including: "Adagio," Collegiate Ten Step," a Rumba, a Tap
number, Blues Singing, and a special featured dance, "The Moth and
the Flame."
The complete cast will appear
beautifully costumed for the show;
also special scenery and properties
are provided for. It is a modern
show, snappy, but withal artistic,
and this description cannot impart
to you the delightful charm of this
Dansical Comedy.
Wedding of  Anyox Young
Couple Announced
A wedding, which took place in
Anyox on October 25th. last, has
just been announced. The contracting parties were Miss Dorothy
Vine and Mr. Arthur Teabo. The
ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Evan Baker at the United
Church Manse, only immediate
relatives of both parties being
present. The young couple are
well known in Anyox, having resided here for a number of years, The
congratulations and best wishes of
a large number of friends have been
extended to them.
O. Edwardson, of Bonanza, left
on Wednesday for a visit to Prince
Mrs. H. G. Laurie and child arrived on Wednesday from Vancouver. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday. December 24.  1932
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald African Copper Produc-
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.00 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.25
British Isles and United States, $2.50
Notices for Crown Grants -   -   $15.00
Land Notices ...      -      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Kates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher,
T/->l • ,       n -n tailmeiit plan for next year has
omorrow, Christmas Day will ' '
ers Will Increase
The failure of the recent International Copper Conference held
at New York, to agree on a cur-
be with us again.    For many cen
turies   the 25th. day of December
has been observed as Christmas.
It is supposed to commemorate the
day of the birth of Jesus Christ.
At first the day was observed only
by Christian people in touch  with
the Roman Catholic Church.    It
later grew into favor with Protestant Churches and has come to be
recognized as a universal Christmas festival. Today it is celebrated throughout the world, in pagan
lands and   Christian.     It   comes
nearer to being a universal holiday
than any other day observed by
mankind.    There is a spirit and
an atmosphere about the day that
is contagious. While vast multitudes of people may observe the
day, without any  serious thought
as to what lies  back of it, there
are still great multitudes to  whom
it has significance, because it marks
the day of birth of Jesus in Naza-.
reth, the gift of God to a lost
world.   We may not think much
of what lies back of the gifts which
pass among us, but every one of
them is related to the unspeakable
Gift, which sprang from the love
of God.    If God had not so loved
the world as to give his only begotten Son,  there would  be no
Christmas and no holiday and no
Christmas gifts.   Every token of
love that passes from one person,
to another is but a reflection of
that great love that expressed itself
in the gift  of  God.   The angels
which came over Bethlehem's field
and the shepherds  who gathered
in the humble manger in Bethlehem
have had  their songs re-echoed
and the gifts duplicated in all ages
since. God's gift was an interpretation   of  the  universal  heart  of     Premier Gold Mining Company,
mankind, and throughout the cen- operating the famous property of
leclared a dividend of 3c a share in
U. S. currency, payable from its
New York office on January 4 to
stockholders of record December 15.
The disbursement totals $150,000.
The Premier company is now en
gaged in rebuilding its 12-niile
tramway leading from Premier to
tidewater at Stewart, B. C. An
order for 24 miles of cable was
placed in Vancouver in November,
and delivery is expected at Stewart
some time this mouth. The present cable, the longest in the world
at the time of its construction, has
been iii use since the mine was
placed on a productive basis ill
The aggregate of Premier's dividends in eleven years is over $10,-
000,000.    '         u
left many executives of the industry in a dilemma especially the
foreign producers. The feeling in
some quarters is that it will mean
unlimited production of copper
with the low cost foreign producers
lighting for what little business
there will be at price concessions.
How long some companies of North
America with a comparatively
small working capital will be able
to stand such a competitive fight is
problematical to a great many,
although it is felt that some will
eventually lie forced to shut down
unless some co-operative agreement
as to production is made soon.
The recent conference broke up
with the executives of several foreign companies openly stating that
they intended to increase their production without any delay. Feli-
cene Cattier, president of the Union
Miuiere Duhant Katanga, a low
•ost producer operating in the Belgian Congo, announced on his
departure for Europe that his company would start immediately on
an increased production schedule.
It was only after strong pressure
had been brought to bear that Katanga at the conference a year ago
decided to co-operate with other
producers and restrict its opera
tions to 20 per cent of capacity.
Katanga Company, the largest
single copper-producing property
in the world, was willing for an
extension of the present agreement
through 1933.
Anyox Community
The Beach Council meets on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in the Recreation Hail, at 7
The Mine Council meets on the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
(Ask tlie Sailors)
(Ask the Doctors)
Shipped by
LONDON Established 1849
Premier Co. Has Paid
$16,000,000 In
• Gold Mining
the famous p
turies that heart has responded in that    name     at   Stewart,
its innumerable gifts at yuletide.
Coast   Paper   Mills  Feels
Scandinavian Competition
Pacific Mills Ltd., to meet reduced newsprint prices effective January 1st. by Powell River Co. Ltd.
has announced a reduction of $5
per ton, f.o.b. Pacific Coast Ports.
Contract purchasers are guaranteed against price increase above
$48.50 in 1934 and $52.50 in 1935.
Severe competition from Scandinavian imports owing to depreciated curencies of the northern
European countries are largely
responsible for the price cuts, it is
"Are you folks saving anything?"
"Well, not exactly, but we have
quit spending money  we haven't
got." I
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
First-class  Business  Lots at
$200   each,  and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now ii the Time to Buy Property
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Advertise in the Herald
Vancouver, II. ۥ
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and Cheery Service
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We wish our Many Friends
throughout the district
a Happy & Joyous Christmas
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
Advertise in the Herald
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
A. C. L. Libraries Are a Boon
To The Public
In these days of economic living the Community League
Libraries furnish pleasurable and instructive reading at
very low expense. Those using the libraries and
reading rooms are naturally expected to belong to the
Membership in the League carries many other privileges.    Anyone may join.   The dues are only  50c.
per month.   The Secretary will be glad to give you
full information.
You may join at the Beach or Mine Libraries.
Beach or Mine Counters, or with the Secretary.
The Season's Greetings
with every good wish
for a joyous Christmas
Alice Arm
Among the Canadian Provinces, British Columbia is the
leading producer of Silver, Lead and Zinc
In this Province, about 45 per cent, of Canada's Silver,
97 per cent, of the Lead and 93 per cent, of the Zinc are
British Columbia has produced approximately $1,300,000,-
000 worth of minerals.
About 200,000 square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing
lands are open for prospecting.
Practically every mineral known to be found on the
Continent occurs to tome extent in British Columbia
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines for the calendar year 1931.
"Lode Gold Deposits of British Columbia."
"Placer Mining In British Columbia."
"McConnell Creek Placer Area"
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations:    "Barite,"
"Asbestos," "Glassware," "Clay."
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
.JJ ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday.  December 24.  1932
Rastus and Moe (colored) had
been surprised by the farmer when
they were getting their Christmas
turkey. They took to tlieir heels
and hearing the loud report of a
gnu. put on an extra spurt.
"Rustus." panted Moe, "how
come they's so many Hies keep
hanging around us?''
''Them ain't flies," gasped Rastus,
them's buckshot-"
"I'm sorry," said the perspiring
salesman as he unrolled the sixty-
eighth piece of linoleum, "but I
have shown you our complete
stock, Of course, I could send to
the factory for more samples."
Well, perhaps you had better."
said the dear old lady. "You see,
what I want is a small,  but neat
design in a pieoe just big enough
to cover the floor of my canary's
"Congratulate me, old man,
going to be married.   I have
a beautiful girl aud a good
Friend: "But my dear  fell
bigamy is a criminal offence.
I am
The Herald Job Printing Department is
equipped to handle any class of work
;   :   :  Promptly and Efficiently :   :   ;
Office Forms
Business Cards
Admission Tickets
Visiting Cards
Invitation Cards
and Announcements
Are among the many forms of Printing
handled by the Herald Office
During the past ten years the Herald
Printing has won an enviable  record
Your Message To
The Public
Will give you 100 Per Cent. Results
when it is Published in The Herald
If you are holding a Dance, Card Party,
Concert, Public Celebration, or any Public
Affair, or if you have anything to sell, the
quickest, cheapest and easiest way to inform
the Public is to carry an advertisement in
the Herald
Our Advertising Rates are
The Herald finds its way into almost every
home in the district, and your message is carefully and leisurely read by the whole family
round their own fireside. It is not scanned
over and forgotten as is a small weather-beaten
message stuck on a post
We can also handle your printing orders cheaply, quickly and
Anvox Representative—Mr. P. Powell,
Phone 262 ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday. December 24. 1032
Saturday—Matinee and one Evening Show. Monday—One Show.
Both Evening- Shows at 7 o'clock.
In this Metro—iGoldwyn—.Mayer
production John Barrymore and
Lionel Barrymore make their first
screen appearance together. The
picture depicts the entertaining career of a debonair master thief, operating in the fashionable gatherings
of Paris. Its chief charm, apart
from the entertainment side of the
picture, lies in the sophisticated love
scenes between John Barrymore and
Miss Morley, and in the clever unwinding of the various mysteries,
leaving a laugh in the wake of every
episode. The acting throughout is
superb—See it Saturday or Monday.
"Roar of the Dragon"
With Richard Dix, Gwili Andae, E.
E. Horton, Arline Judge, Zasu Pitts.
A stirring spectacle of .the far
East. Gwili Andre, the famous
Danish beauty, makes her film debut. The story shows the experiences of a group of Occidental refugees in a small town on the frontier. Dix is a hard-boiled captain
whose river-boat is attacked. He
meets the Russian refugee (Miss
Andre) and assumes leadership to
combat their marauders. The love
story between Dix and the exotic
new-comer, and another appealing
romance, are set against a background of war-torn China. There
is plenty of action, thrills, and tense
' drama.    See it Tuesday.
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Miss Lois Studdy, who is a
probationary nurse at Royal Inland
Hospital, Kamloops, arrived home
on Monday. Owing to ill health
it is necessary for her to relinquish
her duties for some time.
Miss Lillian Moss, arrived home
on Monday from Prince Rupert,
where she is attending High School.
J. Strombeek left on Wednesday
for Vancouver, where he will spend
a vacation for the next month or
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hoadley arrived on Thursday from Stewart,
and will spend Christmas holidays
with Mrs. Hoadley's father, Mr.
J. C. Studdy.
Morning Service and Holy Communion will be held at St Michael's
Church tomorrow, Christmas Day
at 11 a.m. Mr. J, Walter-Hughes
will oflicate.
The annual New Year Dance will
be given by Mr, and Mrs. O. Evindsen of the Alice Arm Hotel on Saturday evening December 31st.
Everyone welcome.
At the recent examination of
pupils at the Alice Arm school, on
British and Canadian History.
Leah Kergin won the first prize,
which was donated by Collison of Kincolith Chapter, I. O. D.
E. Anyox. J.oan Trinder won the
second prize, given by Mr. J.
Walter-Hughes, and Michael Blomfield was the winner of the third
Anyox Notes
Mrs. G. S. Macdonald returned
on Wednesday from a visit south.
Miss Emily Nelson arrived on
Monday from the Royal Columbian
College, New Westminster, for the
Christmas vacation.
Master Dick Wynne arrived on
Monday from Vancouver for the
Christmas vacation.
Donald Morrison left on Monday
for a visit to his sister at Prince
Chas. McLachlan left on Monday
for a holiday visit to Vancouver.
Mrs. McLachlan has been in that
city for some time.
Duncan Campbell left for a visit
to Vancouver on Wednesday.
Miss E. Mazzai returned on Wednesday to Prince Rupert.
Don Cavalier left on Wednesday
for a visit to Prince Rupert.
Mrs. M. Eld, of the Hotel staff,
left on Wednesday for a visit to her
daughter at Prince Rupert. She
will also visit Vancouver and White
Shver Spring
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AKE it a Merry Christmas indeed with a
plentiful supply of good,
wholesome beer. These are
brands you can always depend upon for purity and
Phoenix Lager
Silver Spring Lager
Bohemian Rice Beer
Burton (Type) Ale
English Bitter Beer
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Control Board or bv the Government of British Columbia.
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B.  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, e!c.
on application to club manager
H   M.   SELFE
Office:    Opposite Liquor Store
to Vancouver
Return Limit.
March 31, 1933
Full parllnulurs from any u?«nt
$2.00 a  Year
Commencing 9 o'Clock Prompt
It   is  specially  requested
that an early start be made.
Please come early.
Everything—Music,    Floor,
Supper,  Novelties,  Company
—of  the  best.    Most enjoyable night of the year.
Tickets $1.50 Per Couple
A Dansical Musical Comedy
"Our Home Town"
Recreation  Hall,  Wednesday, January 4th.
By a Cast of Seventy Anyox Young People, under
the direction of Mrs. V. S. McRae
Three complete episodes. A variety of dainty and
charming' dances. A modern artistic show. Beautiful costumes and scenery.    Special chorus effects.
To Commence at 7.00 prompt       Tickets 35c, Children 15c.
3 i^=iaac=3izzziacz]c
May your Christmas be merry is
our sincere wish to everyone
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
w\   Christmas
W    1932.
To wish you much gladness,
Now Christmas is here;
And Joy that will brighten
And bless the New Yearl
Christmas and the New Year again afford us an
opportunity to express to you our very best wishes
and also our sincere appreciation of the confidence
you have placed in us, and the support you have
accorded us. We count on your Goodwill as
our greatest asset.
May the coming festive season be full of Joy and
Happiness for you all, is the sincere wish of
Ihe Stores' Start
Kindly note that the Store will be closed
on Monday, December 26th. and Monday,
January 2nd. and open All Day Wednesday, December 28th. and Wednesday,
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