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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 June 1940

■ - - - ' • ■' Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta I • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR From the County Agent's Office Several farmers have stated to the county agent this week that they were mighty grateful that there was a canning factory to sell to, with the price of the green wrap being what it is. Now that it look? like the green wrap won't be a high f Mprice, let's see what we can do "^^about the canning deal. Work the tomatoes out and they will bear ■well into August, now that our soil is wet. Fifty pounds of nitrate of soda and 50 pounds of muriate of potash every two weeks as a side dressing would pay well as long as the rains continue. Put the fer- tilizer in the middle of the row, and not close to the roots. Work the tomatoes now shallow, but once or twice a week. Dr. P. A. Young, pathologist in tomato diseases, says that he consistently makes over $100 an ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 June 1940

wm THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS MIDWAY Mr*. II. L. Hunt Rev. Everett filled his regular appointment Sunday. Don't forget next Sunday is our iTilicr quarterly conference. It will be at O'Farrell. Rev. C. A. Tower, of San Augus- tine, and daughter, Mrs. Dan Fer- guson and three children, of Dallas, and John and Beryl Jo Tower, of Beaumont, are at the anchorage, and visiting Mrs. H. L. Hunt for two weks. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Ragers and children, of Port Arthur, are visit- ing in the B. F. Shearin home. Mr. anil Mrs. Will I'roctor and daughter and boy friend, of Tex- arkana, were Sunday visitors in the H. J. and Jack Wall homes. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sanders SEE US FOR INSURANCE On Farm Property, Auto- mobiles and 1 rucks, School Houses and Churches. Travelers Accident Tickets up to $5,000, 25c for 24 hrs HANNER Insurance Agency Atlanta National Bank Bldg. visited Sunday night in the A. A. Powell home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Williams and children of Texarkana, visited one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 June 1940

THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1040 ALAMANCE Mrs. J. K. M'irph Rev. Morri3 House preached a very fine sermon Sunday morning. The Atlanta quartet was out for singing Sunday night and also a good many visitors from Smyrna. You are invited to come again Mr. and Mrs. Burtan Stovall visited her sister near Atlanta Sun THE C1TIZEWS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS = ELECT C. T. NEUGENT STATE SENATOR I and , Give the FARMER a friend in the Senate; Give the SCHOOLS a faithful worker; Give the OLD FOLKS a man they can trust; Give LABOR a leader they will not fear. 10-tfc (Political Advertisement) day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stewart visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs J. K. Hileman. Mr. and Mrs. Od'< Kennedy and sons Earnest, Louis and Bobby, and Waylon Brown, of Atlanta, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Malone Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Murph and Willie Terrell visited Mr and Mrs. J. H. Patman at McLeod Sunday. Wallace Garrison is at home after an extended stay in the Mississippi oil field Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wheato...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 June 1940

1 I I THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1940 Mm SZLMKE-JMKME. 91 Mrs. Leona Pritchard Honored Sunday Mrs. Leona Pritchard, of Spring- dale, who has been ill for some time, was honored Sunday, June 16, by the arrival of her brother, A. E. Hill, of Waco, Texas, and her daugh ter, Verna Pritchard, of Itobbs, New Mexico, and the presence of a host of other friends and relatives. At noon the lovely dining room was the scene of a beautifully ap- pointed table, laden with all kind of delicious food, centered with a huge frosted cocoanut cake. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Bryant and Morris Whet- stone Jr., Courtland; Mrs. Rena Al- len, Springdale; Mr. A. E. Hill, of Waco; Miss Verna Pritchard, Hobbs N. M.; Miss Lena Beth Little, of Bloomburg and the host and hos- tess, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Pritchard. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Lau- ra Pyle, and two children, Reba and Willard, Liberty Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 June 1940

THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS • > EDGAR ALLAN POE The Poet Who Married a Child and Got Ten Dollars for Ten Year's Work his W Edgar Allan Poe was one of the most striking and romantic genui- ses that ever wrote a sonnet or con coted a mystery. He was destined to stride like a melancholy giant across the pages of American lit- erature. Yet he was removed from the University of Virginia, because of his wild passion for gambling and drinking; and later on, he was courtmartialed and kicked out of West Point because he ignored all rules and sat in his quarters writ- ing poetry when he ought to have been out on the parade ground drill- ing with a gun. Poe was left an orphan early in ife, and adopted by a rich tobacco merchant. Finally, even this mer- chant turned against his adopted son, beat him with a cane, drove him out of the house, disinherited him, and refused to leave him a dol lar in his will. The story of Poe's marriage is one of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 June 1940

■ ■ L The Citizens Journal (Pounded 1879) J. W HARKELL. Editor and Publisher At the PvetofTlce in AUant , Texas, as second-class mail matter. laau«ad Thuistiu.v oi each week. Office 209 Ea.1t Hiram Street—Phone No. 178. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) aaa Porvign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year Six Moiithii Three Month/* $1.50 I DO 65 One Year Six Months Three Months $1.00 .75 .50 QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Centennial Fellowship Church:— The Presbyterian church at East Columbia, Texas, will celebrate their Centennial, Thursday, June 20 with a great worship service and Fellowship hour. Rev. R. L. Owen, of Houston, will b*> the principal speaker. This church was organized June 13, 1840. Has stood a bulwark for God, through pioneer and advanced years. Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston and other Texas founders were frequently in and near East Columbia, on the Brazos, 30 miles from its mouth. West Columbia, one mile avenue between East Columbia, was the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 June 1940

THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 19-10 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS WRIGHT PATMAN'S '#v /t* f iiij' WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — Is America at War? When we returned for the Spe- cial Session of Congress in Septem- ber it was evident that the opinion of the Members was ahead of the opinion of the American people. This was natural, for the Members were in better position to know what probably to expect. Today, however, the opinion of the Ameri- people is far ahead of that of L |y j| Congress. By this I mean that I re is no general sentiment in the Congress as yet, and in fact I know of no member who is advocating it that we gear all our industries to the production of war materials and simply give them to the Allies. All members are receiving an ever increasing flow of letters, advocat- ing in effect this very thing. There is a feeling, for instance, that the British have done and are not doing all they could to help hold the lines lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheuma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 June 1940

IWe Cavnegk 5-Minute Biographies Author of "How to Win Friend* and Influence People*" MARY PICKFORD A Borrowed Birth Certificate Started Her Qn Her Career to he the Most Famous Woman in the World Who is the most famous woman in all the world? Frankly, I don't know. But my guess would be that the title goes to a little Canadian Irish girl who weighs only one hundred and three pounds and who was christened Gladys Marie Smith. Miss Smith went on the stage when she was very young. Fortu- nately, she came under the friendly and expert tutelage of David Belas- co; and that master showman changed the uninspiring name of Gladys Smith into something more elegant and euphonious. Belasco called her Mary Pickford. She has been on the screen longer than any other motion picture star in the world. She was world-famous before Douglas Fairbanks stood, for the first time in front of a camera. She was the highest-salaried play er on the screen long before Char- lie Chaplin ever saw Hollywood; she was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 June 1940

Band Concert, City Park, Sunday, 3:00 o'clock Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR The • JOURNAL ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1940 He Loyal to Atlanta I • Trade at Home I • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE y. em Gas & Electric company 34 to 9 ^kMonday ever 'feated Cook's "Cookies" 35 to 10 Southwestern r A.. Atlanta Soft Ball League Standing The Bankers are leading the soft ball league with eight wins out of ten games. Many games were rain- ed out the past week due to rains. Last Friday evening Atlanta Mo- tor company defeated Southwest- Monday evening ^fei "-while Atlanta Motor company took the Gunter Lumber company 11 to 3 Tuesday evening .the Bankers de- feated East Texas Motors 28 to 11 while the Red Star Furniture com- pany won over the Highway de- partment 15 to 13. Standing of Te>apns as of June 26 Bankers 10 8 2 .800 Atlanta Mot. 10 7 3 .700 Cookies 10 6 4 .600 Red Star 10 6 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 June 1940

*' aa r THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1940 QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Revival Begin# Sunday:— The revival begins at the Metho- dist church Sunday. Rev. Garnet House of Naples, will assist the pastor. There will be both morn- ing and evening services. This is vour meeting, come. A revival for all. Vacation Bible School:— The Vacation Bible School open- ed Monday morning with a fine en- rollment. They are learning and doing lovely things. Subscribe for the Citizens Journal MOTH SEASON IS HERE LET US CLEAN AND PRESS YOUR CLOTHES AND PUT THEM IN MOTH PROOF BAGS. FREEMAN CLEANERS Spirit Filled:— Rev. L. L. Burkhalter's Sunday morning message was "The Spirit Filled Life." Ezekiel's vision of the valley of dry bones is a type of the dead church. The miraculous coming to life of those bodies is the reality of a spirit filled church. Jesus' promise is fulfilled in the life of every one who will meet the conditions. "Tarry till ye be en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 June 1940

THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Chevrolet Builds Its 900,000th 1940 Car is ■Ksmi 't ) Y we're going on a picnic!" * ''/"~kNE day last summer it dawned on me just what this " electric business really means to people. "Walkin* home early Sunday mornin' after the night shift, I saw Joe Baker opcnin' his gas station, so I stopped to talk. Clyde Davis drives up with his wife and the kids. That bus of theirs was full of lunch baskets and so on. 'Fill 'er up, Joe', says Clyde. 'We're goin' on a picnic!' "I got to thinkin' what a lot of livin' Clyde and his fam- ily were goin' to get out of that tank of gas. Why, every drop meant just that much more pleasure. Then I realized ray business was a lot like Joe's! Because, I thought, when Clyde and his folks get home they'll turn on the radio and listen to those swell Sunday night programs. Tomorrow Clyde's wife will press a lever and make the toast; later on she'll do a family wash quick and easy. Every...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 June 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1940 SMWi Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Mrs. Guy Gullion Entertains With Luncheon Saturday Mrs. Guy Gullion entertained with a luncheon Saturday, at 12:30, p. m., at the Atlanta Hotel. J'he guest of honor was Mrs. A. M. Bracy, of Little Rock, Ark. The table was attractive with a centerpiece of shaster daises, King asters ajid gladiolas, flanked on each side with two smaller baskets of the same arrangement. Among the guests were Mes- dames M. G. Pitts, Jim Alexander, C. H. Sypert, Franklin Allday. Ar- chie Olds, Joe Nichols, Boyd John- son, Gilbert Youngs, C. C. Hallo- way, Jack Oakes, Norman Smith, Byron Hefner, Ransom Hardy, Ber- nice Franks, John Keller Jr., Verde Richey, Henry A. King, Floyd Newkirk, S C. McCarty, Tilford Hughes, Joe McClung, Abe Mays, Sam Mays, D. T. Smith, Howard Carney, Shelby Anient, Royner, L.l Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly If you suffer from rheumatic, arthr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 June 1940

THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS First Baptist Church News Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. B. T. U. at 7:00 p. m. W. M S. Monday afternoon at 2:30 Choir practice Thursday at 7 'iO p. m. Rev. J. Hubert Boyd, of Marshall will preach both morning and even- ing Sunday. All are welcome. P. F. SQUYIiES, Pastor. Notice To Bidders Bids will be received and opened by Cass County at the Court House at Linden, Texas, until 10 o'cqlck A. M-, on July 8, 1940, for the pur- chase of one track-type tractor, ap- proximately 70 H. P., and one hand control grader, with 12 foot blade. Cash will be paid for the above "-named machinery. The right is re- ceived to reject all bids. / KERMIT WOMMACK, County Judge, Cass County, Texas. F. F. A. MEETING The F. F. A. club met In the beautiful home of our director, Mr. H. W. Hudson. Mr. Hudson gave a beautiful demonstration on prun- ing fruit trees. Then after the business of the club, Miss Goldie Hudson and Miss Annie Carey ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 June 1940

mf} * THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1940 THl The Citizens Journal (Founded 18791 J. W H ABB ELI.. Editor and Publisher ■ntertd ut the Postofflce In Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mall matter. iMued Thursday of each week. Office 209 East tllram Street Phone No. 178. SUBSCRIPTION KATES iPayable In Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties On* Year >1.50 One Year $1.00 81* Months 1.00 s . Months .78 Throe Months .65 Three Months .50 From the County Agent's Office Tomatoes are in season. It is re- markable how the presence of a canning: plant in Atlanta is holding the prices up. When tomatoes fall below le a pound for green wraps, it will pay to sell them to the can- ning plant, for if a tomato is a green wrap it is lighter by 1-3 than is the same tomato that stays on the plant 10 days longer and gets its full growth. There are but few culls in the canning deal, as the cannery can use anything that is sound and ripe. The green d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 June 1940

THURSDAY, JUNK 27, 1040 W. T. Davis Buried at Doddridge W. T. Davie, age 87, died at the home of his neice, Mrs. Nora Barth, Doddridge, Ark., June 20th. Fu- neral services were held at Dodd- ridge last Thursday, conducted by Rev. Small, pastor of the Methodist church at Doddridge. Funeral ar- rangements were in charge of the Hanner Funeral Service. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Survivors ar^ one son and one daughter, Virgil Davis, of Vivian, La., and Mrs. Pearl Westbrooks, of Bloomburg, Texas and several grand-children; two sisters, Mrs. Adaline Westbrooks, of Ida, La., and Mrs. Wayne Whittington, of Oklahoma. Texas oil is being produced at the most economical rate of produc- tion of any oil state, insuring the longest life to the state's oil fields. What Others Think About NEUGENT FOR STATE SENATOR Give the Farmer a friend in the Senate. Give the Schools a faithful worker. Give the Old Folks a man they can trust. Give Labor a leader they will not fear. The above...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 June 1940

JUNE 27, 1940 THE CITIZENS JUURNAI,, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS C0Ullty Negro ! HI)en': ^'le HUh !l ra">' 'n K'iblah, Accidently Killed k Man Ilatley, 41, colored, living! All colore of Cardboard at the 8 miles west of Atlantu in the Pine i Citizens Journal office Hill community, was crushed and | — -■*— killed when he accidently fell off of a truck on which he was riding, when the truck hit a rough place in the road at an approach of a bridge, the rear wheels passing over him and killing him instantly. This accident happened about 2Vfe miles east of Rodessa. Then as the truck was entering Rodessa, A. C. Mickens. 27, colored, living in the O'Farrell community fell off of the truck and was run over, and badly injured. He was carried to a color- ed hospital in TexaHtana in a seri- ous condition. The truck was returning home loaded with colored people who had MA ASKS O'RANfEL O'Daniel says that he will approve any tax law that th? legislature will pass. He, therefore, surrenders hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 4 July 1940

+J- I r t J1t t Vf, «lWr ~rr Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR THE ■ K--ia'iV_i- j- 'li iiSWi jfii jir j'.m if -TT.. , .''.■iTL",:. . fffTO'1'« 1 If l! "W" OURNAL Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home I • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1940 NUMBER TWENTY-SIX SPEAKING ON VI > afihaii ttco ^an New Officers for Rotary Announced At the Thursday luncheon Roland Goens, the new president announc- ed the following officers to head the various committees during the coming year. Board of Directors—Ernest Grum bles, Geo. Groves, Pat Ramsey, An- drew Jordan, Talmadge Smith, Fred Flanagan, Roland Goens. Club Service—Norman Smith, chairman. Vocational Service—Joe Nichols, hair man. Community Service—Pat Ramsey ^airman. ■' International Service—Edd Rabb chairman. Classification and Membership— Andrew Jordan, chairman. Program Committee — Frank Squyres, chairman. Fellowship and Attendance—R...

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

CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1940 From the County Agent's Office The best pastures are uloTig the shoulders of our highways. Why? Because the highway department keeps the weeds mowed so the grass will grow, and so the roads wont be washed away. Now is the time to get the mower ready for pasture improvement. Bitter weeds should be mowed when they are in full bloom if you want to sap them, as little damage is done to them if they are mowed before they have made their growth. Cass farmers are going to buy many pounds of good legume seeds this fall for their pastures and the time to clear weeds for next years pasture is this year, as the farmer will be re- luctant to mow good clover down next year even if he is killing weeds. They say that you will get 25 cents for each of two cuttings under the pea program, if you have not otherwise earned the money al- lotted for conservation practices. Grass is the salvation of Cass county. The Experiment Station at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 4 July 1940

THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Revival Begun Sunday:— Services, in the morning at 10 o'clock und evening at 8:15. You and you are cordially invited. Yea more, we want you. We need you— every one. The Sunday morning text was "Ye Must Be Born Again" gave high emphasis to the cardinal doc- trine of the Bible, introducing the ROYAL CASTLE. Drive out or call us for all kinds of SANDWICHES AND COLD DRINKS Prompt Curb Service Free Delivery — Phone 320 message with a beautiful story by E. Stanley Jones, of "Jesus Com- ing through Again." From all the dark periods of time, the world has swung back to God, revealing the face of Jesus again. Today, when the world is gone mad—Hitler and Stalin seeking to cover up Jesus— but he will come forth again, through your life and mine, if we will seek His face and answer His call. The presence of Jesus in spirit- ual and creative power was strong' ly presented. The ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 4 July 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 4,1940 Sunshine S. S. Class Mrs. Robert Cobb entertained the Sunshine Sunday School Class at the First Baptist Church Thurs- day evening. The co-hostesses were Mrs. Hugh Greene and Mrs. U. E. Ware. Patriotic colors were used in the decorations and also the refresh- ments The meeting was opened by sing- ing "America." Prayer was voiced by Mrs. D. D. Akin. Mrs. T. L. Evans gave the devotional. Re- ports were given by all officers and the meeting closed with pray- er. The Social period was conduct- ed by Mrs. Greene and Mrs. Ware. Refreshments were served to the following: Mesdames M. J. Brooks Jay Clements, Hunter McWilliams, T. L. Evans, O. E. Dees, Capps, Mack Bishop, Sneed, Howard Mc- Williams, Hap Clements, D. D. Akin, J. C. White, Gerald Smith, H. V. Caver, Clyde Clements, Collie Unis, Alexander Bukhair, of Cleve- •land, Ohio, Miss Christine Wilson, of Hughes Springs and Miss Bes- sie Cobb. Presbuterian W. M. S. The...

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