Because this was such a foregone conclusion, the Arkansas Gazette and Arkansas Democrat carried only small, single column stories on their front pages. Perhaps because this was Arkansas, it did not appear that any Little Rock businesses immediately set about to capitalize on this. At least there were not any large scale advertisements in the days following that would indicate any specials or activities planned for the December 15 official end.
In fact, the only mention in the newspapers on December 15 was that President Roosevelt was trying to decide what the alcohol taxing structure should be.
One amusing story that ran in the Arkansas Democrat on December 6 was that Mrs. Roosevelt was keeping the wine glasses in storage at the White House for the time being. She was awaiting action by Congress once it convened in January 1934 as to how it would deal with properly ending Prohibition in the District of Columbia. Over 3,000 wine glasses had been in storage since Prohibition had been enacted.