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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1038 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Editors: Myrtice Riley and Betty Jo Hogan Journalism The ournalism class went to Shreveport last Tuesday. They had a very interesting trip. They visit- ed the Shreveport Journal printing press and the Engraving company. They returned home about 3:80. ROYAL CASTLE Sandwich Shop Bar-B-Q Pork and Beef DRIVE OUT FOR HOME MADE CHILI AND SOUP On Rodessa Highway Prompt Curb Service OPEN AFTER THE SHOW Seniors The Senior class of '38 is plan- ning on leaving the school three flags. They are the school flag, the state flag, and the United States Flag. Debaters The debators are leaving Thurs- day afternoon, Feb. 4, for Houston where they will enter a tourna- ment. They plan to return home, Sunday. IT COST NO MORE TO HAVE THE BEST [n our modern funeral home we have tried to combine the privacy of a home, the rever- ential atmosphere of a church, and the advan tages of a mortuary ALIA) AY'S Funeral Home Pho...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 February 1938

===== T ' ft Absentee List Wednesday, Jen. 26—Arie, Joe I«e; Arie, Clifford? Bray, Rosa- mond; Blakey Pauline; Brown, Mack; Baker, Cathyrn; Blalock, George; Cobb, George; Carter, Floyd; Cheek Durelle; Davidson, .: t . Nfe-91 sr !JR -vv 'ss> Virginia; Greene, Charles Hope; Hallmark, Evelyn; Frost, Berry; Jerome Betty Lee; Lee, Doris Fay; Morris, Frances; Melton, Van; Mc- Cain, Mary Anne; Melton, Alfred; Johnson, Esme. Thursday Jan. 27—Arie, Joe Lee; Adams, George; Blalock, George; THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA TEXAS i MEET SPRING WITH A BRIGHT HAIR STYLE-- And so the hair style goes up . • , . off the neck over the ears. Pay a visit to our shoppe and let us show you how to re-do that hair style. En- chant your new self with the best! New Ray Permanent $5.00 Other Permanents $2.00 up C0NT0URE BEAUTY SHOPPE Phone 151—Atlanta If It's a Good Show You'll See It In Atlanta! TEXAN THEATRE Last Time Today Thurs Feb 3 "WISE GIRL" — with — Ray Milland, Miriam Hopkins STATE THEATRE Friday (F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 February 1938

FIFTY The Citizens Journal year ATLANTA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 no. five COUNTY AGENT ANNOUNCES FARM CENSUS FOR 1937 NON-SIGNERS ALONG THE WAY — BY US — 6 The influenza came out way this week. * * ♦ Secretary Hull is correct in ask- ing Japan her aim in naval build- ing and any side-stepping should mean that Japan intends to do just that—build more and larger .war machines. How comforting it would be if the entire war machinery of the world could be held on a low parity and the money thus spent turned into more peaceful chan- nels of life's trade. But as long as a few greedy, aggressive nations want to be "tops", taking the say- nothing, under-cover route, these United States will build bigger and better war machines and man them with the best and straight-shoot- ingest boys ever born—saying to the world: Be good if you don't want your tail thrashed. * * * * The agitation of late is to buy more and work less, but darned if we can work it out by the multi- plication table...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 February 1938

$IF"' '■ WPfc-stJI "•*#;• «k€ \ *KXT. '' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 e Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postofflce 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 — $1.50 Six Months 75 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 50 Three Months — 65 (CONGRESSMAN TEXAS] Housing Bill The Special Session commencing November 15th last was devoted almost exclusively to the Housing Bill and the Farm Bill. Both bills were sent to conference where they remained until the Regular Session commenced, January 3rd. The Hous ing Bill has now become a law. The Senate inserted a provision requir- ing that the prevailing wage must be paid on each job where Federal funds were used to finance it. This Amendment was stricken out in con ference, but the C...

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

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Kildare News Rev. J. P. Olive, Atlanta filled his regular appointment .at the Baptist church here Sunday morn- ing and evening. Mrs. Olive came with him and were guests of Mrs. I. D. Speer and Miss Elroy. Other guests were C. L. Lancaster and Miss Harvey of Marshall. Mrs. G. E. Marshall and daugh- ter Jo Evelyn of Cotton Valley, La. visited her father L. W. Jaynes Sr. and family Friday and Saturday. Mrs. M. Lewis and nieces of Commerce visited her sister Mrs. W. B. Hutchins the past week also Mr. and Mrs. Minor Hutchins of Cushing, Okla. Charlie Taylor, Atlanta visited his brother here Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Bob Goodmore and daughter also Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mclnvale of Linden were Saturday •dinner guests -of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ramsey. Miss Fay Fields, Pittsburgh, visited her mother and sister here over the week end. Wesley Shelton has returned from a pleasant vacation with his mother and sisters in Harlington, Texas. Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 February 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 It !v Miss Rosemary Glass Becomes Bride of Herbert Alexander at Beautiful Home Ceremony In a ceremony marked with charm and beauty, Miss Rosemary Glass, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dobson Glass, became the bride of George Herbert Alex- ander at the historical home of the bride's parents at seven o'clock in the evening, February third. Dr. F. Z. Browne, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, Texar- kana, read the impressive ring ceremony. The home was lovely in its decorations, the place of cere- mony being an improvised altar in front of a floor length window, framed with southern smilax and banked with ferns. White tapers burning in double candelabra alter- nated by tall vases of white snap- dragon completed the altar arrange ment. Preceding the ceremony Miss Helen Manning sang "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life," accompanied by Mrs. Guy Hughes. Miss Margaret Daniel, violinist, played the adagio movement from Beetho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 February 1938

V THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1988 ' -v. .. -.... : • THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Gleaner Class Hold Monthly Meet The Gleaners Class held their re- gular monthly business social meet- ing Monday night, Feb. 7, with 28 members present. Mrs. Ed Rabb gave the devotion- al paying special tribute to our re- cently deceased member, Mrs. Clara Huchins. Splendid reports were read by all committees. After the business was disposed with, the meeting was turned over to the social com- mittee. Mrs. Cash Reid, hostess, and her helpers rendered an enjoy- able program, carrying out the Valentine spirit. A lovely plate was seved. Meet- ing adjouned to meet next first | Monday night. Friendship Sunday School Class to Have Tea A foremost social happening of the month is the announcement of the silver tea that is to be given by the Friendship Sunday School class February 17 in the home of Mrs. Nat Hayes on North Howe street from three to five o'clock. The announcement was made at a business meetin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 February 1938

" THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXA3 m McLEOD SCHOOL NEWS Edited by Lois Lusby Community Progress Our community is making pro- grass as any community must if it intends to better itself. If a community affords a good means of transportation it is well on the road to progress. At present our means (roads) are being con- siderably improved. This should be a great benefactor in the improve- ment of business conditions in Mc- Leod. The road is being worked in front of the school building and ROYAL CASTLE Sandwich Shop Bar-B-Q Pork and Beef DRIVE OUT FOR HOME MADE CHILI AND SOUP On Rodessa Highway Prompt Curb Service OPEN AFTER THE SHOW GOES~fk> C6 a new road to Atlanta has been under construction, that will be completed in the near future. That is driving ahead. Opposite the school building is the site for the Church of Christ which is being constructed at the present time. The members of the Methodist church have been working deligent ly the last two weeks upon organ- izing a Meth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1038 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Queen City News MrB. J. E. Ellington, Editor W. E. Draper Enlarges The purchase of the Sherwin place by W. E. Draper will add greatly to his interest and to the interest of Queen City. Mr. Dra- per will remodel the house, making it attractive, as a first-class room- ing house. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mc- Casling will be at home there. He is also fitting up an office on his gin site, making ready for his greater future ginning season. Mr. Draper ginned this last season 2837 bales, over 1.000 bales above any previous record of Queen City. And more than any other gin in Cass county. Rev. Kiley In Pulpit Sunday The forces of Good and Evil Con- tending in our Lives was well pre- sented Sunday morning by Rev. Compton Riley. The dominating force moulding the character. The force of good must cause us to barracade against the evil and put us to action for the good. Edgar Allen Poe, an example of the contending evil. Though a good h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 February 1938

II ftf" h IV 4 r ' A - • •'■'•''I' 'r. * ' ■■■ , : fit ftf ' ' '• ' •' v:; y>! f;' «■ ;■ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Cook's Price Slashing Sale CONTINUES ANOTHER WEEK mmwmm LADIES' SUPPERS A value scoop! Bring one dollar and take your choice of about 500 pairs of ladies' slippers. Values to $3.95. Odd lots of our better shoes $1 *00 CHOICE Closing Out Entire Stocks of LADIES' HOUSE SHOES ALL OF OUR CHRISTMAS HOUSE SHOES ON THE BARGAIN BLOCK MEN'S FELT HATS Choice of House. Willard and Davis Brand to $3.95 value § 7 CHOICE 79c grade ONLY 47c $1.49 Grade ONLY 97c Values to $2.95. Genuine felt hats. Choice now 8197 CHILDREN'S BOOTS All $2.00 and $2.45 Hats at close out special $147 One odd lot of Men's Dress $100 Hats. Most all sizes. Choice 2.45 Slip-on $1.77 3.95 Cowboy $2.77 1.50 Slip-on $1.00 u COOK'S "Quality Merchandise f or Less ATLANTA, — — — — — — TEXAS AV.VVAW/AVAV.V.\%V.VVVV.V.VV V.V. CUT RATE . SUGAR 10 lb cloth bag 55c CRACKERS... 2 lb box 19c TOMATOES 3 No. 2 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 February 1938

\ V fifty The Citizens Journal year ATLANTA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1938 no. six Important Farmers Meeting February 19 Cass Farmers Assn. Numbers Over 500 • Membership in the Cass County Agricultural Association was boost- ed to better than 600 members at the regular weekly meeting held Friday in Linden. The district court room was filled with agricultural leaders of the county. It. L. White, Cass county agent, introduced the speakers for the af- ternoon. The first speaker, M. C. Jaynes, Harrison county agent, and former Cass county agen, told of the Harrison county agricultural association's accomplishments for 1937. R. G. Arnold of the Farm Bu- reau of Federation, urged the farm- ers to organize and get behind their county representatives by letting them know what they want through the organization. Paul Hayes spoke on organiza- ^P,!ion for people in general. "The benefits through organization are manifold—the county can do any- thing by systematic organization— the farmer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 February 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1988 H 1 it r The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, HurBday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In *>■"- and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $100 One Year $1.60 Six Months -75 Six Months 1-00 Three Months t 50 Three Months .66 attended preaching. Bro. Lewis Steed is pastor. They reported Bro Steed preaching a wonderful ser- Piney Grove News We sure had some good sermons ♦ti « week and some real spiritual food. Sorry our pastor R^v. Dooley could not be with us. We sure hope be will be able to come the 4th Sunday. Rev. Gilmore, Rev. John Wil- liams, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clay- ton and daughter visited Bro. Doo- ley, Sunday p.m. He has pneumonia Those visiting in Mr. and Mrs T«««r Beck home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robertson and chil- dren, Mr. and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Ol 3 0 In Memory of Sister Clara Roberts Hutchins WHEREAS, it having pleased our Supreme Master on January 22, 1938, to remove our beloved sister, Mrs. Clara Roberts Hutchins, from this inperfect to that all perfect glorious and celestial Chapter above; and, WHEREAS, our sister had been active in her service in our chapter for more than 26 years and was always forgetful of self but labor- ed to brighten the world, fulfilling God's plan. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLV- ED; That in the death of Sister Clara Roberts Hutchins, Atlanta Chapter No. 151 Atlanta, Texas, loses a member who will be missed and whose life will be an inspira- tion to her co-laborers, and we submit to His will. That the sym- pathy of the chapter is extended to the bereaved husband, daughters, mother, and brothers and sorrowing relatives. May your hearts be com- forted by this thought, that while your loved one will ba missed in your earthly homes, we shall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 February 1938

JOURNAL, Fiftieth I g iTTr v it Guests vera greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Abe May* and were presented to the honorees, whose children, grandchildren and nieces made up the house party. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Deaton, Mrs. Bess Mays McCarty, Leon Deaton Jr. and Dr. James O. Bailey of Wichita Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClung, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mays and Tom Mays of At- lanta; and Marshal and J. K. Bivins III of Longview completed the re- ceiving line. Decorations and appointments emphasized the golden anniversary motif, golden ranunculas, lilies and gladiolas being arranged in pro- fusion throughout the entire re- ception suite, many of the beauti- ful floral pieces gifts of friends of rm tcj TA A \Tprir /-wTTC i Mays family as were the cor- 11 lO IJAli uIjlvU L o j Sage and moutonniere worn by the It is dangerous to sell a SUBSTI- honorees. The refreshment table in TUTE for 666 just to make three fining room was a striking pic- or four cents more. Customers are tun? jtg golden ^tin cloth provid- yo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 February 1938

I* u N ♦ u ♦ u h ♦ 4 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Queen City News This Week's Subs Mrs. Nancy Hunt, Okemah, Okla homa, $1.60. Mrs. J. L. Riley, Queen City, $1. Life At Its Best The opening study of "Life at its Best," Monday, was most compell- ing in interest and real value. Mrs Norwood splendid in presentation of study 1 and 2. Next Monday we WATER PROOFING OIL! For Boots and Shoes, makes them wear better and longer All kinds of laces, 18 to 108 inches long— Jewel's Shoe Shop take study 3 and 4 from October Adult Student—elective course. Ev- ery member urged to come. At the church. President pressed the fi- nancial plans. The Holland sub- scriptions must be in by Monday, Feb. 21. Each member send in your own and all others possible. Pie sales still open. All members urged to collect coat hangers and bring or send in next Monday. Golden Wedding Anniversary We repeat for emphasis the an- nouncement of last week an invi- tation to the Golden Wedding...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 February 1938

vmm THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS A r** II WW 1 li. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1938 District Court Convenes C. W. Mayfield vs. T. R. Richey, damages, dismissed at cost of plain- tiff for want of prosecution. Estate of K. R. Roquemore, de- ceased, contest of will, judgment probating will of K. R. Roquemore Onis Hillard vs. Horace Thomas et als, plaintiff's suit dismissed for want of prosecution. Judgment for Horace Thomas cancelling contract and for possession of land and premises as prayed for. Mattie Nairn et vir vs. Lora J Cunningham et al, to cancel deed, continued. Mrs. Mattie Goldberg Wallace e'. al vs 'Chas A. Graham et al, tres- pass to try title, judgment for de- fendants for title and possession o' land. Pink Hines et ux vs Wm. Watts et al, trespass to try title, verdict on special issues. E. B. Williams et al vs I. S. Wil- liams et al, trespass to try title, report of commissioners in par- tition approved and filed and title in land in controversy vested in accordance w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1938 NGRESSMAN TEXASJ The New Farm Bill I Farming is a big business; ac- cording to the last census there are 6,812,350 farmers in the United States; 31,800,907 peoplie depend- ent upon farming for a livelihood, a million increase over 1930; about one billion acres are in cultivation. The land and buildings aggregate about thirty-three billion dollars in value. There are eleven million horses, five million mules, sixty- eight million cattle, twenty-five million milk cows, fifty-one million sheep, forty-two million swine and |five hundred and seventy-five mil- pioti chickens on these farms. They produce an average of two billion bushels of corn every year, about seven hundred and fifty million bushels of wheat, and an average of about thirteen million bales of cotton. It is the greatest business in the world. The new farm bill contains the following important provisions: 1. It places the soil-conservation provisions on an acreage basis to be administered by cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 February 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS — I Frost Weds ?t McCoy In a wedding ceremony marked with charm and simplicity Miss Margaret McCoy, oldest daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Henry Paul Mc- Coy, became the bride of Roy Frost at the home of the brides parents in Douglassville at five o'clock on the afternoon of February fifteenth. A sentiment attaches to this date, it being the anniversary of the marriage of the brides parents and of the grooms parents. Rev. J. F. Everett, pastor of the Methodist church performed the im. pressive ring ceremony before an imprvised altar in front of a double doorway formed with Southern sm-i lax and banked with ferns. White tapers in seven branched condel- abra alterna filled with y< flowers and ior baskets W^ito .spring 'breath flanked the altar. Spring fl&wers were us ed in the large living room and the spacious dining room to further car ry out the- color scheme of yellow, white and green. Preding the ceremony Miss Willie McCoy cousin of the bride ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

FA h O o The Citizens Journal PIFTY-N1KTH YEAR IS NEW FARM BILL PROVIDES QUOTA ATLANTA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1938 Rotary Club Discusses Civic Problems The program at the Rotary club last Thursday was a vocational service program. The subject be- ing "Employer, Employee Rela- tions." The program was conducted by Edgar W. King Vocational chair man. Bill Cazort and Gunter Eng- land jipoke in consideration of plans developed by the employer for the mutual beenfit of themselves and their employees. Bill Cazort using the plans of the Standard Oil Co. and Gunter England the plans of the American Bell Telephone Co. both revealing the fact that the plans adopted created satisfaction among employees. Stuart McCarty spoke 011 plans developed ond being developed by ylhe state for the benefit of the em- ployees of the State Highway Department and that he saw many changes that were coming that will improve employer-Employee rela- tions in the State Highway Depart- See ROTARY on last page...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

.Vr V ' '. •"J'Y -V; uirrw . "V: f.&JSy,.. S#.'.K"J 1 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1988 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, iuued 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 - $1-50 Si* Months 75 Six Months 1-00 Three Months - 50 Three Months 65 ft > Midway News Rev. Everett filled his regular appointment Sunday afternoon. We were glad to have Mrs. Everett come with him. We had a small crowd at church and still smaller at Sunday School. We hope as the weather gets warmer we will have more. Joe Brock of Bryans Mill spent last week with his daughter Mrs. Jack Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hendricks Bpent the week end in the Dave Clayton home. Mrs. Alvis Rogers was Thursday dinner guest in the H. L. Hunt home and visited ...

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