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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 May 1940

# Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR Supt. Smith to Deliver Address to Huffines Senior Class May 23 Mr. D. T. Smith, Supt. of the At- lanta schools will deliver the ad- dress to the Senior ClaBs of Huf- fines, Thursday Night, May 23. The class is composed of nine members as follows: Helen Daniel, Maudie Elkins, Corine Hill, Thomas nv, Victor Lynch, Woodrow Lynch idgley Rainey, Burrel Tolleson rind Hazel Williams. Hazel Williams has been chosen as valedictorian with an average of 8DVi. Helen Daniel is saluatorian with an average of 85 17-20. This average is based upon the last two years of work. To The Citizens Of Atlanta, Texas As your census enumerator of Atlanta, I have just about complet- ed my work and am now making my final round and expect to turn in my report Monday, May 20. I would like to suggest to each and everyone living in Atlanta to render mo all the assistance possi- ble in next few days to see that no *"?i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 May 1940

IK;" wM'j-' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1040 Mrs. Trumble Dies at Marietta Mrs. Margaret Josephine Trum- ble, 72, passed away Monday at her home in Marietta of heart attack. She was bom at Washington, Ark,, and had lived the pant thirty years in Cass county. Survivors are four sons, lsham Trumble, Marietta; Oscar Trumble, ROYAL CASTLE. Drive out or call us for all kinds of SANDWICHES AND COLD DRINKS Prompt Curb Service Free Delivery — Phone 320 Naples; John Trumble, Paris, Tex- as; Tom Trumble, Shafter, Cal.; seven daughters, Mrs. Minnie Camp bell, Daingerfield, Mrs. Ladonia Jones, Mrs. Irene Roundtree, Mrs. Josie Trice, all of Naples; Mrs. Ponia Moore, of Omaha; Mrs. Ella Mae Strawn, of Hughes Springs; Mrs. Susie Satterwhite, Marietta; 54 grand-children, 18 great grand- children and her husband J. M. Trumble, of Marietta. Funeral services were held Tues- day afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the Comett church, with Rev. J. W. Reeder officiating. Int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 May 1940

Ml THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS . / QUEEN CITY NEWS k'" Ellington, Editor This Weeks Sub:— Mrs. D. D. Bartlett, Slireveport. Exemplary Mother:— Rev. L. L. Burkhalter presented as his Bible lesson Sunday, the lovely life of Hannah. As an ex- ample of Piety, Wisdom and Service her petition to God for a child, her vo\y to train him for the Lord, and in its fulfillment, her meditation and praise to God, is one of the most beautiful stories, surpassed only by that of the Babe of Bethle- hem. Noting the colors worn, in white and red flowers, Rev. Burkhalter pave beautiful tribute and challenge l>r high standard of motherhood. A strong appeal to the young to cherish the opportunities of con- tributing to the comfort and joy of their mothers. Some day the strain will break and the opportunity will be gone. Then those who have neglected mother will have remorse of con- science. There were many home-comings for the day and many went away to see t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 May 1940

■ HUijumaiixiwrtiffMiijiinnpni 'j"iir;'irT• ""i.'"i"lir*i i'v;' -- iheonCiub THIRKDAY. MAY l«, 1940 Mm W. C. Thau***, Mr*. Lewis' Ma and Mr*. Howard Tb •.•*.*.«, «we c -lM«U*Mris at the ,®olf Jun- cfeecn Weoneft-ia.., May 15. The club ruvm was decorate*.i fUrwvn. Tbirty-iriji lienibm were prese'it ( ud tiv- Ol UK club WOE nit.; Hetirj J'. K r.g, of Tjier, and .Mrs . ... Ruby To,.ar-J. 'if lit-.au' Milt r TlPtliliilHJ) t IttSS The ho ttc;-* served refresh- ment* Ho t«*fce* for Wednesday, May 22 will be Mrs. Hunter McWilliaois and Mr*. Bill Hughes. The first golf tournament wae played Wednesday, with many players entering. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL MYRA .VEAL HARRELL, Editor Sunshine S. S. Class The Sunshine class met in social and buKirifchs meeting May 7th, in the class room. All were dressed as little girls. A!line Van Arsdale gave the de- votional and led in prayer. Vesta dements, the class president, con- j Thompson, ducted a short business session, i Enjoy Social Mrs. Fred Cemeron an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1940 = ===== THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Insurance Director Solicits Mrs. Oliver. Austin, Texas, Muy C, 1940 Citizens Journal Atlanta, Texas Gentlemen: In re:Mrs. Lillian Oliver, Atlanta. The above citizen o£ your town has long been one of the leading in- surance agents in East Texas, and 1 understand for several years has topped the list of insurance agents for the various companies she has represented. She is astute, most capable, and we have noted that she has always taken a keen interest in behalf of her clientele in East Tex- as. The undersigned has had several conversations with this lady and has observed her to be excellently informed on not only insurance mat ters but business in general. It has come to the attention of the under- signed that the present representa- tive from your district is not run- ning for re-election and because of the importance of such a place in the insurance business and how it affects the people, we should li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 May 1940

THE CITlZEwS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1940 TI The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as aecond-class mail matter, Issued 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 C5 Thr^e Months 50 children spent awhile Sunduy with Mrs. Hirain Pi'ator. Mrs. (J. Mason and children spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. Coy Thomas. Ollio Jaynes spent awhile Sunday with Lester Wilson. Mrs. Thurman Burkhalter of At- lanta spent Sunday in E. W. Porter ! home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E Johnson of Queen City spent awhile Thursday afternoon in the W D. Hicks home. COURTLAND Mrs. W. D. Ilicks, Reporter Sunday School was well attended Sunday. Next Sunday is the regu- lar preaching day and also there will be singing Sunday afternoon at two o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 16, l'J40 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS P1NEY GROVE Mrs. Ennit) Anderson Bro Grady Thompson brought us a fine message Saturday night and Bro. Gilmore brought a fine one Sunday, also Bro. A. 7. Clay* in on Sunday night. As wo all know Sunday was Mo- ther's Day and we sure had some fine services. We were happy to see Bro. and Sister Beck able to be out at ser- vices. We were so soriy to hear of the serious accident of Mr. Clifford Bo land last Monday, while working near Henderson. Clifford's many friends wish for him a speedy re- covery. We were glad to know he was able to be brought home. He had many visitors over the 0 mwmm \ i EYEGLASSES and Examination Complete LENSES Made for either distance or near vision. Ground for each individual case. Made in any shape or size. FRAMES White gold-filled mountings of the finest gold-filled. EXAMINATION by a Registered Optometrist, with years of experience to insure you properly fitted glasses. In Linden, May 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 May 1940

«p5. Wm aga* THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY ir>, 1< 40 HAT IN RING ^ - Wh&mmi Errol C. Holt Of Dallas, Texas Is Making the Race for RAILROAD COMMISSIONER "Pick Holt as the Winner" ! Texas needs such a man as I Errol Ilolt as our next Com- missioner. (Political Advertisement) Flat Creek H.D. Club The Flat Creek H. D. Club met with Mrs. Ada Stubbs. There were eitfht members anil four visitors present. Miss Murray talked first on mattress making, electing Mrs. Jake Motley, chairman of mattress making. She then gave an Inter- esting talk on living room accessor- ies, selection of pictures and ar- rangement of flowers and making picture frames. Mrs. Ada Stubbs wins nominated i assistant secretary. Refreshments of ice tea, cake and ! coffee were served and the meeting i adjourned to meet next meeting | date. Typewriter Ribbons for sale at j iho Citizens Journal. Phone 178. You Can Buy A Maytag Washer $S9 95 AtFactory $4.95 Down—$4.97 Month MAYTAG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 May 1940

■ / Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area 1 SIXTY-FIRST YEAR The Citizens journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 7 1940 J{e Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER N+KWWHEN Dick Waters Opens Campaign Advocating the rushing of un ade quate defense program, which would include more vigorous sup- port of investigations into un- American activities, G.. G. (Dick) Waters, of Texarkana launched his campaign for Congress here Friday night. Several thousand persons JHkrlcoming Waters back to his birth ^Jfiace, heard him charge that the present army and navy plans were progressing too slowly and that if the American people were not care ful they, too, would be "missing the bus." "The turn of events in Europe in these sad days stands as a warn- ing of things yet to come," he de- clared, "and should awaken us to the dangers of unpreparedness for defense against both the enemy at the gates and those who are al-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 May 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor This Week's Subs:— Mrs. ClmS Powell, Queen City. Mrs. B. B. Turner, Kt. 1, Queen City. Vacation Bible School:— Monday, Juno 24, the Vacation Bible school will begin at the Methodist church.. Rev. House and an efficient staff of directors will make this a happy and profit build ing occasion. Every boy and girl of Queen City, this is for you. Baccalaureate Sermon:— The farewell discourse to the graduating class, of the Bloomburg school was delivered by Rev. Morris Mouse, Sunday evening. Rev. L. L. Burkhalter spoke to the graduating class at Huffines, Sunday evening. Quarterly Conference:— Sunday night in Queen City, the Quarterly conference will be held for Queen City chargc and Atlanta Circuit. Let's make it a great oc- casion. District Superintendent, Rev. Nichols and pastors will ex- pect a full attendance. All are in- vited. High School Graduates f Step Into Best Positions After Few Mont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 May 1940

THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1040 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Queen City News W. L. Brown 87 Ycara:— The 87th birthday of W. L. Brown was celebrated at his home at Springdale, where his daughter, Mrs. Graves was joined by the four other daughters and son, John Brown. A. A. Brown of Sims could not be present and other relatives and friends. There were 25 to make this day glad to Mr. Brown. Din- ner was served on the lawn. Felicitations: In the afternoon, they attended preaching at the home church, by liev. House. Mrs. Janie Barnes enjoyed a two days visit with Mrs. Lovic Clements and the week-end in the Mit Smith home. Mrs. Era Riley, daughters and James Landon and Mrs. Emilyn Jonnson visited Saturday-Sunday in the S. W. Capp home, in Waldo, Ark., returning in time for Sunday School in Queen City, sustaining an enviable record. How fine. Mrs. Johnson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Estes, of Paris, came over for her Sunday afternoon. Irene Bishop left Saturday for her home in Paris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 May 1940

"il I I O. £. 5. School of instruction Is Success Atlanta chapter No. 151 together with the Border Chapter No. 211 Texarkana, Linden No. 67ti, Doug- laasville No. 493, Clarksville No. 662, Mt. Pleasant No. 305, Anona No. 491, New Boston, No. 700, Hughes Springs, No. 34lJ, Avery No. 252, Avinger No. 478 and Tal- co No. 846 were hostesses to the school of instruction of section 1, district 9, Saturday, May 18, 1940, at the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Signe Schmidt, of Dallas, District Deputy Grand Matron of this section was in charge of the school. About 150 guests register- ed during the session. According i Mrs. Schmidt this was one of the best schools which had been held. Ninety-six certificates were awarded during the day. Twenty- six of these going to members of me Atlanta chapter. Other Grand Officers present were Mrs. Freda Bernhart, Dallas, Worthy Grand Matron, Order of the Eastern Star, State of Texas; Mrs. Willie Boswell, New Boston, Deputy Grand Matron of this sec- tion; Mrs. Hermon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 May 1940

WtmSmm THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1940 Seventh Grade Exercises Held On Saturday, May 18, at 9:30 a. m., at the First Baptist church in Linden, the exercises for the county wide seventh grade graduates were held. A large and appreciative audi ence was present. The processional was played by Miss Mary Thomas of Douglassville Rev. Jesse G. Cooke, pastor of the First Baptist church of Linden gave the invocation. The salutatory was given by Mary Faye Brock, Bryans Mill class. The class poem was giv- en by Bobby Laurentz of Linden, who also led the class song. The class history was presented by Bill Watkins of Smyrna and the valedic- tory by Joe Webster Sartor of Smyrna. The principal address was by Mr. H. H. Ramsey of Atlanta. Mr. Ram- sey is a member of the County Board of Education. Mr. Ramsey made a very inspirational and edu- cational address. He appealed to the students from a human standpoint, ; v yv ■'{'"(fSJ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS stressing the value of failure ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 May 1940

V ■ .... THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Ml 1 hliM I fJ JM V \ mm // % % v ///; m i A w 111 F*vsw!l A THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1940 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher 'U Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter '<[ issued Thursday of each week—20'J 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 (>5 Thr e Months 50 n Brar //, Class Will Atlanta High School Seniors -A MEN BY THESE ,% \ l'\A 1 n 1 ■ 1 iMISB isSuES . 111 mw&m® ni\ i. *r— Bpfez ilihiiiilknl • •••••• '«• 0"' JU*L A v—i- 1BIII !■ ■■■■ II To Graduates of '40 . .. The World of Today sees you graduate . . . the World of Tomorrow looks to you hopefully for in- spiration and Leadership. Today you receive the plaudits of your friends, your family, your relatives, your teachers and the townspeople...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 May 1940

IJBH1 THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS W# 5* Taste is the charm of Coca-Cola. It never loses the delightful appeal that first attracted you. And it never fails to give you a happy after-sense of com- plete refreshment. So, join the millions who enjoy the delicious taste of Coca-Cola and get the feel of refreshment. 4USE THAT REFRESHES Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Co. by COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY TEXARKANA, TEXAS i- ••• \ Delicious and / Refreshing1^' From the County Agent's Office Cutworinn in the Garden:— When you find such plants as seedling tomatoes, cabbage, lettuce and melons cut ol'f near the ground especially in the spring and early summer, it is fairly certain that a cutworm is responsible for the damage. The Culprit:— A cutworm is the young or cater pillar of a night-flying moth. The moth lays its eggs upon plants or other objects and in some cases directly upon the ground, and the eggs hatch into cutworms. There are many...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 May 1940

ELECT . ' r r ' ' " 'i THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY. TEXAS C T. NEUGENT STATE SENATOR Waters— Continued from front page inflation of the currency than any- thing else," Waters said. "When | a subsequent bonus bill, the Vinson- American Legion bill, was drawn up a year later, Patman abstained from voting on the measure at its final passage." Waters reviewed the record of Pat man *8 connection with McKes- son-Robbins, big drug and liquor firm, declaring that the incum sells for about 19 cents, under a price-fixing law such as the men who are sponsoring Patman's bill desire, any merchant selling it for, less than 25 cents, the price print-; "e am' ^r- C. Lister praised the ed on the label, would be subject accomplishments ot the NYA Pasture— Continued from front page I the crowd was at the NYA farm. to a fine of $100. "This," Waters said, "is an ex ample of the type of legislation management for the many im- provements that had been made. Mr. V. B. Allsup president of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 May 1940

Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area I The Citizens J ournal 1*6 Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1940 NUMBER TWENTY-ONE il d< f J \s Red Cross Drive In Atlanta Continues The following contributions have been received by the local Red CrosB for relief need of the Bel- gian and French refugees, accord- to Dr. J. D. Nichols, Chairman. If the committee failed to see you, you may still send or bring your donation to Dr. Nichols or the Citi- zens Journal office. The following have been added since the last report: Franklin Allday $1.25; H. H. Mc- Williams $1.00; Harris Finley 25c; E. V. Ray $1.00; Farmer's Feed Store $1.00; Charlie Starkey 25c; Roy Koonce 25c; S. C. McCarty, . 25c; Nancy Henderson 25c; Mildred Harts 50c; Maudie Chance 25c; C. C Hollo way, 25c; Gilbert Youngs 26c; O. J. Royner 25c; Harry Payne 25c; J. C. Barnes 25c; R. H. Fincher $1....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 May 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1!)40 kiA.' M**wr BETHLEHEM Mr*. Carl Wiliion Church services were well attend- ed over the week end. Rev. Whit- field brought fine messages Satur- day night and Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock hour. We are happy to have a good number out for Sunday School the past few Sundays. This is an invita- tion for you to be present next Sun day at 10 if you are not already a member. School closed Friday at Red Hill with a pot stew at the noon hour. A general get together Friday morn- ing and ball game in the afternoon. The program presented by the pu- pils Thursday night was enjoyed by all. MOTH SEASON IS HERE LET US CLEAN AND PRESS YOUR CLOTHES AND PUT THEM IN MOTH PROOF BAGS. FREEMAN CLEANERS Charles D. Sexton and Harney Hatcher were members of the grad- uating class at Linden Friday nite. A number of parents and friends at- tended the exercises held there. Mr. and Mrs. Rebel Hatcher of Dallas spent the week end in the O....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 May 1940

! THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS riNEY GROVE Mm. EnnlH Anderson Bro. Thompson brought us two fine messages this week. We did not have services Sunday night. A num- ber from here attended the bacca- laureate sermon in Atlanta. Several from here attended sing- ing at New Colony Sunday p.m. Sure had a fine singing. We invited all singers to Piney Grove Sunday night. This is our regular singing night. Come, bring someone with you. Several visited Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Boland over the week end. Clif- ford is doing as well as could be ex- pected. We wish for him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Anderson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Ragsdale, Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Gilmore at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Gilmore's grandmother in Jefferson, Monday. We extend our sympathy to the be- reaved ones. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stovall and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clayton. Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Roland an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 May 1940

nu P« tic da m< wi ffe in. T1 Pi at fa 0. E. S. jt Officers At « regular meeting of the At- lanta Eastern Star, Chapter No. 151 the following officers were elected: Worthy Matron, Miss Bessie Cobb Worthy Patron, Tom Cope. As8o. Matron, Mrs. Mae Glass. Aeao. Patron, John Spivey. Conductress, Mrs. Ruby Nelson. Asso. Conductress, Mrs. Geral- dine Jackson. Secretary, Miss Helen Manning. Treasurer, Mrs. Vernu Glass. Ch&plain, Mrs. Minnie Johnson. Marsha], Mrs. Mattie Spivey. Organist, Mrs. Ruby Ellington. Ada, Mrs. Madge Cayce. Ruth, Mrs. Mozelle Johnston. Esther, Mrs. Lillie Price. Martha, Rhodalee Hallen. Electa, Mrs. Rachel Bumgardner. Warder, Mrs. Maggie Sue O'Kelley. Sentinel, Homer Jackson John Nelson's 78th Birthday Seventy-seven relatives and six visitors met at the home of John Nelson, Sunday, May 20 for his an- nual birthday dinner. This affair has been held the 4th Sunday in May for the past thirteen succes- sive years. There were people pres- ent from Belton, Texarkana...

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