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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Tn'e Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—20d East Main Street^Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year $1.60 Six Months 75 Six Months 100 Three Months BO Three Months 06 Queen City News Mrs. O. S. Adams, Editor The pastor was greatly rejoiced .Sunday at the fine attendance in S. S. and church service. When peo- ple love the Lord, they can go to church in spite of the bad weather. We had a very fine service. The Lord's presence was felt. Our morn ing service was built around the or- dinance of the Lord's Supper. The night theme was Service, based on the words of Jesus when He said, "Go, work to<jay in my vineyard." May God richly bless our people in their efforts to serve Him. We welcome you to our ser- vices at any and all t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

"., PIi pIMMMMIpHMip THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS < H THURSDi h Si*::!- K?y#«g«g v> wJHJWt"* President's Ball The President's Annual Birthday Ball for the benefit of Cripple Children will be held in FRANKLIN ROOStVELT ATLA SATURDAY, JAP IN THE ARMORY HALL On North Williams Street Opening And Inspection The New Armory for the Atlanta Na- tional Guards and American Legion Hall has just been completed at a cost of $5,000.00, and is one of the finest in the State of Texas. It will be open for your inspection at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening, January 29th in connection with the President's Birthday Ball that will be held there. The general public is invited to attend the opening and re- % main for the annual ball. Winner in Paralysis Fight Is Buyer of First Ticket to Ball i£ Music By Robinson9 Piece Orchestra From Cincinnatti, Ohio, who has been playing over the radio and at the lead- ing hotels and clubs of the East will fur- nish the music for the annual Presi- dent's Bir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

iji. irfe;- jv-iv, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS REV. & MRS. C. A. TOWER CELEBRATE SIXTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY On Sunday, Jan. 10, 1938, the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Tower was the scene of a very happy gath cring together of their children, grandchildren and great-grandchil- dren. Their daughter, Mrs. A. E. Rushing, wife of the Mayor of San Augustine, acted as hostess. The occasion was in celebration of Rev. Tiwer's 80th birthday and their (iOlh wedding anniversary. C'. A. Tower was born in Louisi- ana, Jan. 16, 1858. He came to Tex- as in Jan., 1877, settling in Delta county. Mrs. Tower was born Aug. 10, 1800, and came to Texas in Dec., 1877. She drove a 4-mule m team covered wagon from Tlpelo, ™ Miss., to Delta county at the age of 17 years. She was before their marriage on Jan. 16, 1878, Miss Helen Virginia Sanders which event took place in Delta county. At the time of their marriage he was en- gaged in farming and land survey- ing. This ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

''< r.w- *'. . "y ."• ¥ ■ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TF.XAS cur ■ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS " • " - '? ' ...VJ- ■:/■/'/ V * . . . • C: . 'm '■ + ■ ! John Wood For Kermit Wommack ] First Pictures Of Panay Bombing R. R. Commissioner For County Judge 16$ To the People of Cass County: In the columns of this paper, I want to announce my candidacy for County Judge of Cass county, sub- ject to the action of the Demo- cratic primary, July 23, 1938, and at the same time I want to express my appreciation for the coopera- tion the people have given me in the past year. Hoping to have your continued support in the things that are best for Cass county, and in the com- ing election if you see fit to re- elect me as County Judge, I will ap- preciate it and will make you the best servant I know how. KERMIT WOMMACK. John Wood, Texas Highway Com missioner, was going about his du- ties as usual this week after makr ing his formal announcement for railroad commissioner at his East Tex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

■jafiy ) 9 ) ) \ y THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1938 pm v !* -Jf/.*. 4 ' |p: THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS J I Mi ! I County Council Parent-Teachers Will Meet At Cross oads Program of the Cass County Council of Parent Teachers meet- ing at Cross Roads school, Jan. 29: 9:45 Registration. 10:00 Sing-Song—J. Wilmot Fite, I principal of Cross Roads school. 10:10 Invocation—Rev. A. L. Pierce. t 10:20 Accordian solo — Royal Hanes, Hughes Springs. 10:30 Business session. 11:15 Quartet—Cross Roads. 11:30 Address, Mrs. Colgate El- mer, 3rd district president, Kilgore. 11:50 Chorus—Cross Roads stu- dents. 12:00 Adjournment for lunch. 1:00 Community singing. 1:15 Recreational Period—Mrs. Selby Pierce. 1:30 Special Number — Under direction of Mrs. Robert George Mason, Hughes Springs. 1:40 Remarks, D. H. Boon, Cass County Superintendent. 2:00 Reports of committees. 2:30 Song. 2:40 Benediction. Cross Roads Parent-Teacher As- sociation is furnishing most of the lunch and is asking that we bring ei...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

McLEOD SCHOOL NEWS .IOMK ECONOMICS by Dorothy Wicks We completed our dresses and home projects last Tuesday. Our work has been successful and we are progressing nicely. Our laboratory has been kept orderly and cheerful under the su- pervision of our teacher. We will start cooking next Mon- day with the second term of school. We will be back again next week go be sure to read this column. these four girls, we can easily see that girls can be successful in man- ual training as well as domestic training. SOI'HOMORE CLASS by Merle McLeod We are very proud that our can- didate, Katnleen Walker, won the basketball queen contest. Kathleen received 864 votes. The mid-term exams have made us slightly nervous. We hope we passed. Four Sophomore girls who are taking Industrial Arts have finish- ed some very good work this term. Bobbie Cooper has finished a hat rack, an ironing board, a stool, a what-not, and a hammer handle. Leslie Mae Chandler has finished two what-nots, a taboret, and a match...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

THURSDAY, JANU THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Local Firms That Have Helped Build Cass Co. COOK'S INC Atlanta, Texan One of the most reputable firms in Cass county is that of Cook's Inc., managed by W. L. Cook at Atlanta, who has been a resident here two years and has operated this department store since that time. Here you may purchase ladies ready to wear, Mens furnishings and shoes and at prices you can afford. This is truly a house of service and co-operation in the progress this county is making| They are deserving of your co-oper- ation. MABEL HOGAN'S . DRESS SHOPPE F Atlanta, Texas If it's new it's here. If it's here, it's new. We take care of that by keeping in step with the style cen- ters of the country. It is easy to tell when your ladies ready to wear comes from Mabel Hogan's Dress Shoppe at Atlanta where she has been in operation for six years. HOWARD CLEANERS Atlanta, Texas J. J. Howard has gained much prestige with people of this sec- tion because of the high gra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

m THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURS = afa lY, JANUARY 27, 1938 f • f .1 i s o p Avoid Danger of Smallpox Disease AUSTIN—"Texas is faced with the probability of local smallpox epidemics if precautions are not immediately employed,' declared Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Of- ficer. "Last year there was not a single death from smallpox in our TRUE SERVICE Valued and justly esteemed by many families aware of our upright prin- ciples of discre- tion, sympathy, and sincerity. ALLDAY'S Funeral Home Phone 290 We Recommend Douglassville Farmers Discuss , Home Orchards The second of a series of farm- ers meetings was held at Douglass- ville High School on Tuesday night with twenty present. Some discussion on the impor- tance of selecting a proper site for an orchard was followed by a con- sideration of the possibilities for peach growing on a larger scale for Douglassville. The farmers present admitted that the present situation of cotton and corn growing in this commu- nity demanded...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1938 ^CONGRESSMAN TEXAS] Holding Companies Monday, Jan. 10, I introduced a bill to abolish bank holding com- panies. On Friday following, the President made a statement to the press in which he favored quick action on such a proposal, and stat- ed that holding companies in any line of business are unnecessary, and should be abolished. National Defense A fight in which there is much feeling is developing in Congress over the bill providing for enor- mous appropriations to build bat- tleships, purchase munitions, and otherwise provide for a large Ar- my and Navy. One group contends that battleships are obsolete; that a battleship costs about $70,000,000 and is a concentrated target for the enemy; that the price of one battleship would purchase 1400 of the best and largest airplane bomb- ers; that an air force can protect not only America, Canada, and Mexico, but can prevent an enemy approaching us by the way of South America as well. The battle- ship group claims...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

r'j! I d! lit w u) OlS p' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Jaynea, H. T. Man Co. District Court Commencing February 7, 1988. H. E. Brown, Hardy Daniel, T. L. Cheek, J. W. Gholson, A. W. Teel, G. W. Hunnicutt, Royce C. Wood, C. J. Jones, F. S. McCoy, A. D. Glass, E. L. Brown, J. C. Morris, H. W. MeCarty, I. J. Cagle, R L. McCord, C. C. Rainey, T. A. Walker, Frank W. Thompson, Hen- ry Davis, C. E. Johnson, Arthur Thompson, R. L. Gage, C. L. Sim- mons, H. G. Thompson, J. S. Anient Jr., Fladge Smith, R. J. Wommack, N. A. Helms, B. C. Lynch, J. C. Norris. THIRD WEEK Commencing February 14, 1938 E. G. Smith, S. E. Rich, J. A. Nelson, W. H. Hatcher, L. D. Hill, R. P. Brabham, W. N. Cargile, Jno. Burleson, J. R. Wiggins, J. R. But- ler, D. D. Akins, J. L. Patman, C. O. Brown, J. N. Whittington, W. F. Patterson, D. Milner, E. H. Westbrook, W. W. Greene, W. A. Brabham, J. W. Russell, Bill Greene, II. C. Arnold, Joe Alford, Thomas O. Cook, A. M. Allen, J. T. Stewart, T. D. Philpott, T. I. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

Y L? The Citizens Journal FIFTY-Nl a YEAR ATLANTA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1938 NO. FOUR ONGRESSMAN TEXASJ Filibusters and Cloture The House of Representatives, referred to as the lower House of Congress, is composed of 435 mem- bers, anl the parliamentary rules I are such that a filibuster is im- possible. Debate on every bill is limited. The United States Senate, often referred to as the upper house of Congress, composed of 96 members, two from each state, is referred to as the most deliberat- ing body on earth for the reason that any senator can talk just as long as he chooses on any subject. There is a rule in the Senate that no Senator can speak more than once during a legislative day. In order to keep this speaking down as much as possible, the Senate re- cesses each day instead of adjourn- ing, and at this time the Senate is continuing the legislative day of Wednesday, Jan. 5, 1938. Senator Ellender of Louisiana held the floor six days in opposition to the Anti- ' Lynchi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

W- V-' •. 1111' ■: ■ ' •"' — THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1938 Another Year of Progress 110.000 Texas Policyholders Are Vitally Interested In This Balance Sheet % t Southwestern Life's Increase in Financial Strength During Its 35th Year May Be Measured Exactly by a Comparison, Item for Item, of the Two Columns of Figures Below... Statement of Condition (Unpaid Premiums Not Included) ASSETS December .11 December .'II 1936 If >3 7 *U. S. Government Bonds ... $ 6,549,345.11 $ 9,406,006.37 1,980,659.25 . . . 7,377,771.93 10,666.835.34 2,662,581.62 . . . 200,040.00 94,565.00 First Mortgage Loans on Real Estate . . . 14,101,496.54 13,179,559.92 . . . 1,500,000.00 1,500,000.00 "j'Other Real Estate . . . 1,595,027.35 1,478,593.61 1,061,903.29 Reinsurance Premiums Paid in Advance . . . 163,841.00 191,386.00 Interest on Investments Accrued But Not Yet Due . . . . . 681,819.58 708,364.53 Unpaid Mortgage Interest . . . 274,085.93 26.73 1.66 Loans Against Cash Val...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS %> THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1988 A. L. 'Louis' Stanley For Commissioner 1 wish to announce my candidacy for Commissioner of Precinct No. 3 subject to the action of the demo- cratic primary, July 23, 1938. In doing so, I fully realize the duties and responsibilities of said office. And, if elected, will do my best to fulfill the duties as commis- sioner in an acceptable and ef- ficient manner. I invite you to investigate my qualifications and earnestly solicit your vote and influence in the com- ing election. Will thank you for any consideration. A. L. (Louis) STANLEY NOTICE TO PUBLIC Notice is herebygiven that I am making application to the Liq- uor Control Board, at Austin, Tex- as, for a permit to handle whiskey and other'liquors for medical pur- poses for sale by the Clements Drug Store, 128 Main Street, in Atlanta, Cass County, Texas. (Signed) MRS. J. L. CLEMENTS 4-2tpd Subscribe for the Citizens Journal Ends Aching Sore Muscles For longer la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

THE • CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ityNews B.Y.P.U. SocUl Mrs. Ben Ellington and Mrs. Carol Hatchet entertained the In- termediate B.Y.P.U. with a social at Mrs. Ellington's home Saturday night. After an hour and a half of fun and laughter from games and contests led by Mrs. Hatchel, del- icious refreshments of hot chocolate and cookies were served to about eighteen guests. Baptist W.M.S. Social Monday afternoon the B.W.M.S. met at the home of Mrs. Bertha Griffin for the regular fifth Mon- day social. The fun started as guests arrived with their hair in pigtails and continued throughout the afternoon with much merriment as Mrs. H. C. Ratliff led us from one snappy pig game into another. One occasion for much laughter was each one grunting for "yes or "no' and having to pay a forfeit when he forgot himself and said those words. The party ended with a birthday love offering to Buckner Orphan Home from those who had birth- days the past quarter. Refresh- ments of pie and coffee wer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS Former Slave Doesn't Know His Age; But Why Should He Worry Now? By Tommy Morris Old Proctor doesn't know how old he is. Proctor thinks he's around 85. That, bow«tt sr, is, doubtful. He looks even^older. Old Proctor was a slave. Ekeing out a miserable existence on a lit- tle farm on the outskirts of At- lanta, the old fellow is as happy as a bird. For Proctor, a venerable negro, has enough of everything. Cast-off clothes from friends, and the meager food he raises from the barren little patch of earth he works will satisfy him more than glittering gold. Proctor was only a small boy when his master went away to fight for the Confederacy—a mas- ter who never came back. He was born in South Carolina, on the plantation of Aaron Proctor. He took his name from his master. When the word slave is mention- ed to some it might bring to mind vivid stories of cruel, ruthless mas- ters, beatings, and unbearable fcoii. To Proctor, how...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

; ... wmm Rnllap i W! THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1938 1 m Miss Ruth Starkey Honors Miss Rose Mary Glass Miss Ruth Starkey was charm- ing hostess Thursday morning, hon- oring Miss Rosemary Glass whose wedding Thursday evening is of much interest in this section of the state. The guests were invited for 8 o'clock at which time a three course breakfast was served by Misses Pauline Starkey and Carolyn Howe. The table was laid with linen and centered with a bowl of varicolored anemones. Miss Starkey's gift to the hon- oree was linen cup towels. The guest list included the mem- bers of Miss Glass' house party. Bridal Shower For Mrs. Doyle Taylor A charming affair Friday after- noon was a lovely bride's shower in the home of Mrs. Matros Glass on Shreveport highway, honoring Mrs. Doyle Taylor, whose marriage took place in December. The house was attractively deco- rated with the Saint Valentine mo- tif. As the guests arrived each one registered in the bride's ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1988 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year $1.60 Six Months 75 Six Months 1.00 Three MonthB 50 Three Months 65 bale Carnegk 5'Minute Biographies Author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People,'* JOHN GOTTLIEB WENDEL New York's Queerest Rich Family The most talked-of house in New j Detective stories, newspaper arti- York used to stand at the corner, cles, plays, and even motion pic- TUVU A 1 ml_ • j. • , 1 . . * . . THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS of Fifth Avenue and Thirty-ninth Street. For twenty years it was called "The House of Mystery." * # tures were woven around its grim, brick walls. Fifty thousand people passed its naiied-up front door ev- ery day for years; yet ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

, I ====== — - v,'.f •', V . " THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8, 193S . T1 W WHOLESALE PRICES TO ETA1L PURCHASER! HHff BEAT THESE PRICES IF YOU CAN «> 1936 CHEVROLET COUPE Low mileage, paint good, motor in A-l condi- tion. This car well worth the money. Upholstery clean. Stock No. 898. WAS $420.00—NOW 345 1935 FORD DELUXE F0RD0R This car completely reconditioned. Is outstand- ing buy! Stock No. 946, WAS $253.00—NOW 205 1936 FORD COUPE Motor reconditioned, tires good, seat covers, clean throughout. Beat this price if you can. Stock No. 927. WAS $355.00—NOW 1933 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH Motor in good shape, good tires, paint good, seat covers. Stock No. 952. WAS $260.00—NOW 165 1937 DELUXE TUDOR SEDAN Radio equipped, low mileage, clean throughout m Stock No. 989. WAS $583.00—NOW 515 1937 FORD TUDOR 60. H.P. This thrifty 60 horsepower car is exceptionally clean. Only 18,700 miles. Stock No. 983. WAS $437.00—NOW 395 1934 FORD TUDOR This car well cared for. Clean...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Back to My Mother In Memory of Mrs. C. E. Hansford, who died February 10, 1937 Go backward—Time in thy flight Back o'er the years that have gone. Back to my childhood days, Back to Mother and home. Back to those arms that never grew tired, Back to those lips so tender and sweet, Back to the fireside and hear again My Mother, sweet stories repeat. Back to the alter where Mother prayed And taught us to live in God's own light; Back to the cradle where Bhe tucked me in, And lovingly kissed me "Good-night." Back to the Dearest Friend on earth, Back to the Greatest Gift to a child, Back to the Arms of My Dear Mother, Back to the Sunshine of Her Smile. —By Marie E. Hansford. Piney Grove News Due to bad weather and sickness we did not have Sunday School, Sunday. Everyone come next Sunday and on Thursday night before the sec- ond Sunday in February. A few nights meeting will begin. Bro. Gil- more will preach Thursday night; Bro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ■ i te weather seems to be having trouble in making up his mind. There were forty at Sunday School in spite of rain and cold. Meadamea Lutie Cranberry, Inez McCall, Fannie McCoy, Maud Allen and Mrs. Everett attended P.T.A. council at Cross Roads Sat- urday. There were about ninety present. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon hour. A very Interesting program was given. Rev. and Mrs. Everett and girls attended services at McLeod Sun- day evening. Rev. Fuller preached a wonderful sermon. Mr. and Mrs. James Swint and Jim visited Mrs. Swints mother Sunday. Mrs. D. 0. McBride and litte Ida Sue are at home from Texarkana, Mrs. Billy Duke of Tyler is visiting in O. D. McBride home this week. Rev. Everett and family were visitors in B. W. Swint home on last Thursday evening. Also Mr. Hampton, Pat Smith and Orville Sexton, Mrs. Hampton and Morgan enjoyed the ralio program and singing. Miss Burdine Walls of Naples meets with her music and voice pupil...

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