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Christmas in Georgia Is Better
Hanna, Evelyn - The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Dec 19, 1948
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COVINGTON--Christmas-time? Why that is impossible! The temperature is in the sixties, roses are blooming in the front yards of small-town homes; honeysuckle bushes along ditch banks and the tops of woodland ridges are still green. It was only yesterday that the last leaves came drifting down from sweet gum trees: dried brown oak leaves are clinging still to their boughs. Can it really be time for Christmas again? Yes, the imported spruces are lighted in nearly every doorway; parks and "squares" are gay with the town council's wiring, and refrigerators tied with red ribbons say "Merry Christmas" in every small village store.

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