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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 April 1940

THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS WRIGHT PATMAN SPl WEEKLY MEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS— more Members of the through this arrangement. House e €' War Picture:— A few days before the Scandina- vian affair, the Allies suddenly placed a large order, on an emer- gency basis ,in the tool industry, although previously negotiations had been lagging. No special con- cessions are made by the Treasury in depreciation allowances for in- come tax purposes to encourage the expansion of war plants. In one case where the Allies loaned a large sum of rfioney for plant ex- pansion, the Treasury agreed that it would not be taxed as income. Manufacturers are afraid if they build or enlarge plants to furnish munitions or war supplies that the war might stop and leave them holding the bag. Therefore, they are requiring foreign countries to protect them against this possibili- ty before accepting war contracts. This will greatly help the United States, if we ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 April 1940

he Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, ••sued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Adance) State and Foreign: In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1.50 One Year $1.00 Six Months 1.00 Six Months 75 Three Months 65 Thr^e Months 50 Tower spoke in Texarkana, Tues- day night at the PTA banquet. Week end visitors in the H. L. Hunt home were Mrs. Don Macon and two children, Mrs. J. D. Han- cock and son of Houston; Mrs. Joe Crutcher and three children of Kil- gore; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunt and daughter of Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs. George Washington and son and Charlie Tower Jr., of Dallas; other children on Sunday were Mr and Mrs. Lee Baucum and two daughters of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hunt and son. These home comings are happy occasions in the Hunt home. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dupree and son visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 April 1940

THURSDAY, At>RIL 20, 1940 KNIGHTS BLUFF Mrs. Prank Yount, Reporter Mr. anil Mrs. J. T. Drown and family spent Sunday afternoon in the Nolan Brown home Sunday. Mr. Buck Woodard and son are spending a few days with Mrs. El- la Howdeshell. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Brown spent Sunday in the Jess Upchurch home. Mr. and Mrs. Truitt McCaslarid and daughter of Bloomburg, are visiting in the W. C. McCasland home. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tallery and THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS $ When Kidneys Ret Wrcng—Use Sense liarluirlie—(iettiiifr I'p Nlshts Often Signs of Irritation Probably nil you need Ir. u good Kidney diurctlo utlmulunt, inercuKinir the flow of urine, In liquid form, nnd care in what you eat and drink. Excess nnd may reault In an Irritation of tho bladder, causing a desire for fre- quent urination: also Rettinir up at nMit and disturbing your rest. It may also cause n pain in the bladder region which may ex- tend into the back and legs. Go to you druwist today nnd net. a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 April 1940

• *■*'/ "f,k J , -1 ,1; ^ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS WGLASSV1LLE ^ . Mf. B. W. awlnt Sunday School enrollment ia steadily increasing. Supt. Morriss stated that the rooms would be used next Sunday. Everyone is invited to come to Sunday School Sunday. Members of the W. M. Society met at the church Monday after- noon. Mrs. Marie McCoy had charge of the program. Mrs. A. D. Morriss had charge of the quilt de- sign. She made the various as- signments. The quilt will be for sale when completed. Mrs. hois McCoy and Mrs. Carl McWhorter gave Stafford McCoy a surprise birthday party Satur- day evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McWhorter. Stafford received several nice gifts. Punch and cookies were served to about fifty guests. We all hope he will have many more birthdays. Mrs. McClain and daughter, of Wills Point and Mr. and Mrs. Boss of Dallas, were week-end visitors in Mrs. Blanche Carlow's home. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Granberry and children of Paris and Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 May 1940

Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR The Citiz urnal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1940 Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER SEVENTEEN Annual Pasture Tour, May 17; To Include NYA Farm At Linden May 17th is the date for the pas- ture tour. Those attending from the North and West* of the county will meet at the NYA farm at Lin- den by 10:30 A. M., and those from .the east and south of the county ^Aill meet at Manning's filling sta- ^Won at Atlanta and go to the NYA farm at Linden, stopping enroute to Linden to view some Serecia Lespedeza. This group leaves Man nings filling station at 10 A. M. Proper land use will be the theme of the NYA farm tour. Many of our farmers want to watch that farm develop. Over 500 went to see it last fall, and even more are anxious to see it this year and to see the marvelous improvements made. The Soil Conservation ser- vice and the NYA peopl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 May 1940

■#;' B3= THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—201) East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Adance) State and Foreign: In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1-50 One Year $1.00 , Six Months 1-00 Six Months 75 Three Months 65 Thr*e Months 50 night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Treadway visited relatives in Ravana Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Riggs and family visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Treadway Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clayton and family sisited in the Cletus Deacon home Sunday. The highway department began work on the highway last Monday. The curve near Sulphur river is being straightened. HEBRON NEWS Mrs. Joe Clayton, Reporter Our school closed Friday and the teachers, children ana many of the parents enjoyed a pot stew on the school grounds at the noon hour. Our tea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Funeral Services for W. T. Hamilton Funeral services were held Sat- urday for W. T. Hamilton, 74, at the Center Grove Baptist Church. T. B. Randolph, of Marshall, con- ducted the services assisted by Rev. Jesse G. Cooke, of Linden. Mr. Hamilton, who died ut his home five miles east of Linden Fri- ROYAL CASTLE. Drive out or call us for all kinds of SANDWICHES AND COLD DRINKS Prompt Curb Service Free Delivery — Phone 320 day night, was born and reared within a mile of where he died. For the past 30 years he has served as a deacon of the Center Grove Bap- tist church. Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Mrs. Jay Wilson, of Lin- den, and Mrs. Leslie Echols, of At- lanta; four spns, Ernest Hamilton, of Rusk; Homer and Ransome Hamilton, of Linden; and Marvin Hamilton, of Linden; two brothers, Rev. Press Hamilton and Robert Hamilton, of Linden; and three sis- ters, Mrs. Annie Anderson, Mrs. Will Surratt and Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 May 1940

THE CITIZEwS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS -T-T-:, —rrrr-— THURSDAY, MAY 2, J.940 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 % Change in Time Of Garden Club The Garden Club will meet Fri- day, May 3, on the lawn at the home of Mrs. J. W. llarrell. Time will be 4 o'clock, one hour later than usual. Cass Represented At District Meet of Demonstration Clubs Cass County was .veil represent- ed at the recent convention oi Dis- trict 5, of Texas Home Demonstra- tion Association, which was held in Tyler. Mrs. Harvey Putniun, chair- man of the Cass County Home Demonstration Council, presided over the meeting as chairman in the place of Mrs. Dave Kussell, district vice-president, who died at her home threo weeks ago. Mrs. Patman read a poem which Mrs. liussell had written as also did Mrs. J. H. Webster, of the Bear Creek club. After having heard these road, club members of the district expressed a regret that they had not only lost a much lov- ed club member in Mrs. KusseiTsI passing, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 2, 15)40 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS * • t • <X well as or better than college-age youngsters." It is admitted that youth i8 more impulsive and more reckless. Hut the midule-aged man generally seen and endured more hardships. Rail- road work is hard, exacting, and calls lor highly skilled experts. Yet the roads employ far more mid- dle-aged men and older men than •youths. More than 85% of the lo- comotive engineers are more than 45 years old. Ihis question is a big one. It occurs to me that no Congressman should vote for a war that he was not willing to actively participate in himself, and no age limit should exempt him. ''ij - I am personally very proud of the fact that our Neutrality Laws have protected us from embroil- ment in another European war. Other neutrals have lost dozens of ships and hundreds of men in the present conflict, but our nation has not lost, or even had injured, one ship or'one man. CCC and NYA The House Committee on Appr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 May 1940

THE CITIZEWS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 2, 11)40 Emma Jean Watkins To Be Cass 4-H Queen At Encampment Emma Jean Watkins, 14, of Smyrna, has been selected as the most outstanding 4-H Club girl of Cass county, from a group of twelve girls who were elected from their respective clubs as the most outstanding member. Miss Wat- kins wili be crowned as Cass Coun- ty 4-H Club queen in a pageant presented at the annual club en- campment which will be held at the Daingerfield State lJark in July. This pageant, the first of its kind to be presented in the state, will climax the encampment program and is being planned by Miss Re- becca Murray, Cass Home Demon- stration Agent and the 4-H Club girls of the county. Attending as duchesses will bo the eleven girls from the outstand- ing club members of the county, included in the list are: Mattie Jeter Glover, Bear Creek; Annie Myrl Lyner, Mill Creek; Jackie Stubbs, Marietta; Christine Vaughn, Cornett; Carolyn Thomp- son, Uni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS QUEEN CITY NEWS ^ Mrs- J. E. Ellington, Editor l'olly Anna S. S. Clans:— The Polly Anna Sunday School class met Thursday night for a business meeting and weiner roast in the Atlanta park. There were 12 present. Everyone had a grand time. A Member Our Prayer:,— Chaplain Rev. James Shera Mont gomery, D. D., for about 20 years in the United States Congress daily leads the House in prayers that have spiritual import. This of recent day and may we make it our prayer and endeavors: "Dear Lord and Father of man- •Jnd, in humble petition we bend at the altar of prayer. We left our voice, praising Thee for our own blessed land of light and li- berty. O give us the cross: give us Calvary: and with these may we stand with lamps of truth blazing across the sighing breast of the world, weighed down with violence and passion. We thank Thee for the Galilean Teacher, who is still the Carpenter of Nazareth: who is still vanquish...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 May 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY. TEXAS Mrs. Ellen Shaddix Buried Wednesday Mrs. Ellen A. Shaddix, age eighty passed away at a local sanitarium Tuesday nijjjht, April 30. Mrs. Shaddix has spent her entire life in Cass County and her going will leave many sorrowing friends. She is survived by five sons, G. A. Shaddix, of Wichita, Kansas; Dr. J. W. Shaddix, of Shamrock, Texas, I)r. A. C. Shaddix, of Bivins, Texas, and E. H. and T. W. Shad- dix, both of Marietta, Texas; three daughters, Mrs. L. B. Porter, of Farwell, Texas; Mrs. Eugene Hall, of Daingerfield, Texas and Mrs. Leon Thigpen, of Flint, Texas; thirty-one grand-children and a number of great-grand-children. Services were held Wednesday, May 1, at the First Baptist church, of Marietta, Texas, conducted by Rev. Hcce, of that city. Inter- ment was in the Oak Ridge ceme- tery under the direction of Allday's Funeral Home. It Pays To Trade At R. H. PRICE'S DEPARTMENT STORE "Anything and Everything" Phone 12 ATLANTA, TEXAS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 May 1940

•• " I. r I ■Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR County 7th Grade Students Named The County-wide seventh grade graduation will be held on Saturday May 18, at 9:30 A. M. at the Bap- tist church in Linden. The list of the 201 graduates ap- pears below. If an error is found in the spelling of names, please notify the County Superintendents ^jfice before May 15. ^^vlill Creek, No. 1—George Wig- gins, Jessie Dell Tramel, Lannell Rowe, Una Mae Yancy, Inez Kit- chen. Violet Hill, No. 3—Jeffie Mathis. Sardis, No. 4,—Iawanie Rankin, Frank Ray. Union Chapel, No. (i—George Hardy Griffin, Verba Bradford, Keith Allsup, R. A. Chapel, Fay Dell Draper, Marvin Hobbs, Wanda Loreta Chatman, Mevalyn Nolen. O'Farrell, No. 77— Wanda Fay Lummus, Willard Smith, Travis Lummus, Harvey D. Anderson. Blalock, No. 8—Winnie Mozelle Scales, Winston Upchurch. Liberty Grove, No. 10—Billie Sue Beck. N0, 11—Robert Neill { <9fi|wn, Mary Dean Helms, Jessie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 May 1940

t'-jh.''--: THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1940 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1870) * J. W. HARWELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the postofflee In Atlanta, Texas, a« second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week 20!> East Main Street -Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Adance) Statu and Foreign: In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1.60 One Your $1.00 Six Months 1.00 Six Months 76 Three Months 05 Thr u) Months 60 I'INEY GROVE .Mm. Kttnltt Anderson We are nil happy to see this beautiful sun shine. The farmers are all planting cotton. There wan a nice erowd out for Sunday School Sunday. All come back next Sunday. This is our re- gular preaching date. We sure had a fine Hinging Sun day night. We were happy to have singers from Anti, O'Farrell, For- est llill, New Colony, I,jaws Chapel, also Mr. Thomas Gholson and his quartet from Vivian, La., ami the Maker quartet from Queen City We Invite them back and all sin- gers ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS / •I QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Disturbing Christ Rev. Morris House, presented Sunday morning the subject on the tragic Bcenes of Jesus' ministry, the healing of man of Gadarenes, who had been possessed with a legion of devils; ran to Jesus and wor- shipped Him. This peaceful village disturbed from their inactivity by MOTH SEASON IS HERE LET US CLEAN AND PRESS YOUR CLOTHES AND PUT THEM IN MOTH PROOF BAGS. FREEMAN CLEANERS this Master of Miracles were aniaz-1 ed and afraid when thfcy found' Jesus sitting by the wild man, now' clothed and in his right mind. Jesus has been u disturbing fac- tor from His coming into the world to this day. Disturbing us from an indifferent state, to a conscious- ness of God and the needs of the world. He speaks to our hearts and calls us into His service. As the eagle pushes out the little eag- lets that they might have strength for their lives, so Jesus would stir ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 May 1940

Atlanta Garden Club Hold8 Meeting The Atlanta Garden Club met for the last meeting of the year in the lovely garden of Mrs. J. W. liar rell. Mrs. T. P. Trice and Mrs. Hub Fouche were co-hostesses. President Mrs. M. A. Ledbetter presided over a business session and final plans for the ensuing year were perfected. Mrs. 1. B. Price led a most in- structive program on "Summer Care of Gardens." Mrs. M. J. Brooks gave "June Garden Thrills" telling of the many different kinds of flowers we have to bloom in the month of June. Mrs. Bob Howe discussed "The Busy Month of July," and impress- ed on each member to let July be the month to start new plans foi the garden. Mrs. Oval Harden gave "The Aug ust Flower Harvest." This is the month many seeds and cuttings should be started for blooms the next spring. Mrs. Nat Hayes told of "The Gar den's Green Carpet," stressing the lawn as the most important part of a garden and most neglected. After the program, Mrs. Ledbet- ter expressed her appreciatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS = Locals Mrs W V. Koonce underwent an appendectomy in Texarkana last Thursday and is doing nicely and will be ablo to come home in a day or so The Queen City Baptist church will honor Mothers in their services next Sunday. On the second Sunday in June they plan to have home- coming with an all day program. Mrs. W. C. Thomas, Mrs. Lewis Miles and Mrs. Howard Thomas will be hostesses for the golf lunch- eon May IB at the Indian Hills Country Club. John W. Baker Dies at Bivins |i WE WILL BUY TOMATOES, BEANS!! Paying $10.00 per ton for Tomatoes and $30.00 ton for Beans at the factory. We will also buy all the red ripe '•{ tomatoes after the green deal is over. Shade ripened £{ tomatoes that are red are acceptable. Plant more to- matoes for the green deal and the canning factory. U | ■ n Mrs. G. F. Hawkins Dies Saturday Mrs. G. F. Hawkins, age 86, died. John w Baker> 80( died jn the at her home two miles northeast...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS 1111111 V jiwiSSE ■ • V • ■ ' ATLANTA, TEXAS $35.00 INNER SPRING MATTRESS FREE Do you sometimes dream of a beautiful Bedroom all your own? Of course you do. Well, here is your chance to make that dream come true. Bedroom suites of every description . . . Maple, Peach, Walnut, Mahogany ... in fact, anything your heart desires. We carry the latest styles in all suites. You will find the last word in beautiful commercial mod- ern bedroom suites as well as 18th cen- tury Georgian, French, Chippendale, re- productions of antiques and many others to select from. We know you will be amazed at these low prices. A beautiful inner spring mattress FREE with every Bedroom Suite sold through May and June of this sale! SKw®! Si I ! Ml JIM t il El; ip 1; III 1?'1! I rl *" ml}, lift H miWl i tA < j : V mw- nmm in*,. mm if' Sipp*8 < if ?«*•? KKAWIAMA CAVOH tp. ■ if>. Bedroom Suites and Inner Spring Mattresses Originally...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1<J40 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ANTl NEWS Mrs. C. V. Hill, Reporter There will be a singing at Anti Sunday night. We are looking for several quartets. Everybody has an invitation to come. Miss Marie Smith spent Sunday with Mrs. Hertha Greene: also Mrs W. L. Hill, Charles Hill and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Upchurch and Estelle spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Clyde Hill. Miss Mildred Greene spent Fri- day-Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W E. Mason. Several from here attended the singing at Piney Grove Sunday nite Mrs. C. V. Hill and Bonnie and •le, Mrs. Eunice Griffin, Mrs. a Griffin spent Sunday evening "wfth Mrs. Opal Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riley spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs Rufus Griffin. . Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hill spent Sunday in the D. Brown home. Miss Bonnie Sue Wilson spent Sunday evening with Dorothy Grif- fin. Remember Saturday and Sunday is our regular church day. Every- body come! Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Rig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 May 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1940 r. Sartor, Smyrna, Valedictorian Joe Webster Sartor, of Smyrna, wtH be Valedictorian of the County f ■' Mventh grade class this year ac- cording to Mrs. Mary M. Pierce School Supervisor. Young Sartor made a score of 476, seven points higher than his nearest contender. Dr. J. F. King. D. C., Ph. C. PAINLESS CHIROPRACTIC "Soothing Method of Tension Control" Office Hours: Day and Night Home Calls Made Examination and Consultation Free Home Office—South Side of Linden Highway, 3 miles West of Atlanta Texas. | The other honors go to Mary Faye Brock, of Hryans Mill with 409 I points, Hobby Laurentz, of Linden j with 408 points; Bill Watkins, of Smyrna, 407 points, George Car- ' rol Johnson, Atlanta, 459 points. The program of the exercises ! will appear in next weeks issue of the paper. — ■ —i > —— | SINGING O'FARREJLL Everyone come to the singing at O'Farrell next Sunday night. The U r arreu next sunaay nignt. i q...

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