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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 September 1940

/ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY. TEXAS P. Surratt Buried inday Sept. 2 uneral services were held for <\ Surratt, 8 years old, of Cave inga, at Center (Jrove Baptist rch Monday afternoon at 3:00 ock with Iiev. E. B. Hamilton iducting the services assisted by v. J. G. Cooke, pastor of the 1st ptist church of Linden. J. F. died in a Galveston hospital nday morning. He was the son of r. and Mrs. Weaver Surratt of ive Springs. Surviving besides his irents are: one brother, Neuman; rand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. nderson, Center Grove; Mrs. Sal- e Surratt, Cave Springs; and a umber of uncles and aunts. Burial was in Center Grove cem- tery under the direction of Allday- >ver funeral home of Linden. /ttnd that is me tuuu.. _ .—„ ... short punt formation. There, how- ever, the likeness ceases as the teams of the past two or three years have relied exclusively upon the double wingback formation, with the line unbalanced to the right. Under the new system, a sin- gle wingba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 September 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS . was always true and faithful in her home, her church and her social life, having friends of all who knew her. Her children and her friends rise up and call her blessed. She loved the church and God's cause with all of her heart, giving her best to its service. She came to her son's, Henry Lee, home to enjoy the revival meeting which she did, and for these two weeks since has waited Sunday evening the Lord said, is enough, come up Higher" and r soul passed away. Her body was laid to rest Tues- (y afternoon in the home ceme- ry at Springdale by the side of •r husband. Mrs. Lee was a member of the lethodist church and of the East- rn Star. The service was con- ucted by her pastor, ReV. Morris louse and the Atlanta Eastern !tar. ' Our love and sympathy to the be- eaved family. jospel of Good News:— The theme of the splendid ser- non Sunday morning by Rev. Mor- ris House, was the "Gospel of! Good News." Paul unable to reach his church a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 September 1940

k I RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1940 \ i M BLOOMBURG Myrtle Jones, Reporter The Womanlcss Wedding pre- sented by the men of our town and fcurrounding communities afforded much pleasure for all present Mon- day night of last week. Virgil Kennedy, the bride, was neatly dressed in a white evening gown, with a white wedding veil, and O. Q. Thomas, the groom, was wearing a suit of navy blue. The bride's baby brother, Billie Ed- Wards was pacified during the cere TIIE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY. TEXAS STOP THAT ITCHING If bothered with Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm, Athletes Foot, Prickly Heat, Poison Oak, Itch, Sores on * jaildren, Walkers Drug Co., will :11 you a jar of Black Hawk Oint- ment on a guarantee. Price 60 and 85c. ll-26tc KIDNEY STAGNATION IS WORSE THAN CONSTIPATION! Bteafa.* Wt Traat Constipation it Tho Omot, While Wo Neglo«t Our Kidnoys Indefinitely No other organ la your body U of more Important* than your kldueyi. For in your kidneys there are nine million tube* which must...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 September 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ... — uuv mers . weeks of intensive flight training, approximately 135 hours of flying time, almost equally di- vided between dual instruction and solo flying. Sixty-five hours were entered in their log books at one of the elementary flying schools dur- ing their first ten weeks. An ad- ditional 70 hours, these in 450 horsepower basic training planes, were logged at Uncle Sam's giant "West Point of the Air" at Ran- dolph Field, Texas, during the 'id ten week period, mal stepping stone before com iioned as officer-pilots is a fi- period of advanced training at ly Field. Then they will be ity to take their place alongside veterans in pursuit, bombard- nt, attack or observation squad- *8 of the army Air Corps. Under the accelerated pilot train program which the Air corps .ugurated early this summer, irly 1,300 Flying Cadets start .iir careers in military aviation ery five weeks. First step in fir training is at one of eighteen ■ ing sch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 September 1940

September—Go to Church Month •Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! The Citizens journal He Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home 1 • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR Clifford Sossbee Badly Wounded Clifford I. Sosbee living in the ■Tone Oak community near Bryans ImjM was badly wounded late Satur ffy on his way home from Naples. wHe was shot through the left side by a pistol bullet tnat ranged down going through the intestines sever- al times and lodging in the hip. He was rushed to the Ellington Memor ial hospital here, where he under- went an operation for intestinal Wounds, and is reported resting nicely, but not out of danger. He was shot in difficulty with his son-in-law, H. W. Wells, who drove to Linden and gave himself up to Sheriff Allen, and was re- leased Sunday under bond. Vernon Sosbee, a son, received a bullet through his shirt, grazing his left side. It is reported that some wordo Were passed in Naples, and that '■ells ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 September 1940

' ;?y THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS m THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1!M0 The Citizens Journal {Pounded 181#) J. W. HAKKI3LL. Keillor and Publisher Entered at the Postofflce In Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mall matter. Issued Thursdr-y ot eucli week. Office 20# East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178, BUB8CR1PTION KATES (Payable In Advancc) Btate and Foreign On# Year M 30 Blx Months - 1™ Three Mouths — QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Prayer For Peace:— National Days of Prayer and In- dividual Daily Prayer is our great need. In Shreveport, at the Firs' Presbyterian church, every Wed nesday at 9 a . m. through Septem- ber, will be held interdenomination- al prayer services for Universal Righteous Peace. Kiley Honored:,— Mrs. ICra Riley assisted by her daughters and Mrs. Chas. Powell of the W. S. of Christian Service honored Miss Rose Riley with a pretty party on her birthday in the home of Mrs. Era Riley. Friends joined in tributes of love and appreciation to this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 September 1940

m5T-.IV« imp , THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, CASS COUN'1% TEXAS BETHLEHEM Mm. Carl Wilson School begins at Red Hill, Mon- day the 16th. This is an invitation for all parents and patrons to meet with the teachers for the opening morning. Several from here attended the singing at O'Farrell Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bushart and children accompanied the Willie Hamilton family of Linden to Gar land for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Vester Wilson over the week-end. Mrs. Delia Willis returned to her home in Abilene Sunday after an extended visit with Mrs. George TT Harper and other relatives and jnds at Douglassville. Mrs. Partain and Mrs. Whitfield of Atlanta spent Monday night in the W. T. Hammock home visiting Mrs. Rufe partain who continues ill. Mrs. Katye Carroll and Bettye have moved and Mrs. Carroll be- gan her school at Knights Bluff this Monday. Givens Wilson left last week for College Station and is employed un til th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 September 1940

' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1940 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 After all had gathered in the living room, Mrs. Austin Zimmer- man gave Mrs. Robertson a hearty welcome into our community. Miss Esma Brabham directed the games during the social hour. Each guest was given pencil and paper and asked to write a household hint and "do's" and Don'ts" for the bride. Some very useful advice was giv- en, (as the groom was not present.) Miss Virginia Johnson gave a reading entitled "So was I." Then the bride was asked to follow the hostess out into the beautiful and spacious back yard, where Misses Mary Gene Brabham and Mavis Jo Frost, dressed as Gypsy Fortune Tellers, stood in front of the Gyp- sy tent, containing the gifts and told Mrs. Robertson's fortune, which ended in a beautiful array of china, crystal, linen and other useful gifts. Family Birthday Dinner Sunday The family of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shelton all spent a delightful da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 September 1940

' _2 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS- COUNTY. TEXAS East Texas Iron Ore Development In support of the brief liled with tlie National Defense Commission in favor of plants that will cost ap- proximately $1,500,000 to develop the iron ore industry in Texas, Con gressman Wright l'atman filed with the Chairman of the National Defense Commission in charge of raw materials, Edward It. Stettinius a volume of information. The brief presenting this propo- sal was first submitted by the lion orable Gene Germany, Geologist, Chairman of the Texas Democratic Executive Committee, and as re- presentative of the Honorable W. Lee O'Dt'.niel, Governor of Texas. Congress Patman, in support of his efforts, stated: "The proposal is to obtain the endorsement of the National Defense Commission to the Reconstruction Finance Corpor ation as a worthy project for de- velopment in the interest of Na- tional Defense. If the National De fense Commission makes such a finding, then...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 September 1940

BLOOM BURG 1 Myrtle Jones, Reporter^ Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Simmons and daughter Diane of Topeka, Kansas, are visiting relatives here. News has been received of the birth of a son, Jimmy Carrol to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Luce of Overton, Texas. Mrs. Ben Whetstone visited a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Bryant of Courtland. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Gerrald of Dallas visited recently with Mrs. L. G. Yates. Walter Little of Bivins is visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Little. The Sixtette Sewing Club met with Miss Myrtle Jones Tuesday,, Sept. 3. Glad to welcome Mrs. Al- vis Penny as a new member mak- ing a total of 14 members. Miss Maxine Corzine is recover- ing after an illness of tonsilitis. ■ Miss Verna Yates was a Texark .ma visitor Wednesday of last week. Miss Margaret Grogan left Sat- urday for Saratoga, Texas, where she has a position teaching in the public school. School started here Monday. Due to the fact that the new building is not yet completed, they are teach- ing in the sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 September 1940

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS WRIGHT PAT MAN'S WEEKLY NEWS LITTER — CONGRESSMAN TEXAS — "Old Glory" on Treasure Isle I® Selective Compulsory Military Training and Service Act:— The Senate bill provided for those between the ages of 21 and 30, inclusive, to be registered for military training and service. The House favors a bill that will in- clude those from the age of 21 to 44, inclusive. The difference will be ironed out in conference be- tween the two houses. The Committee on Military Af- fairs of the House worked on the Bill for several weeks. Regarding its objects, the Committee stated: "It is the purpose of the bill here- with reported to provide for a fair, and just system of selective com- pulsory military training and ser- vice. In a free society, the obliga- tions and privilege of service to the Nation Bhould be shared equal- ly by all, and a selective system of compulsory military service, in fact administered locally by on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 September 1940

* THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1040 "tarter Dies wille Home W1. Carter, age 59. died at his i Gookville, Texas, Friday, Sept. 6. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. A. W. Carter, three sons and three daughters, Marvin Car- ter, McGill, Nev., Lewis Carter, Gridley, Calif., J. E. Carter, Miss Ruth Carter, Mrs.Mable Nicholson, Mrs. Marjorie Holcomb, all of Cook ville, one grand-child, his step- mother Mrs. Eugenia Carter, of Arab, Ala., two brothers Kobt Car- ter of Floydada, Texas, J. M. Car- ter of Aberville, Ala., six sisters, Mrs. Dave Wilburn, Floydada, Mrs. Nola Wilburn, Arab, Ala., Mrs. Grace Alexander, Fyffe, Ala., Mrs. Jessie McCorraick, Gunterville, Ala., Mrs. Joe Ethel Winston, Langston, Ala., and Mrs. Frankie Williams, Fyffe, Ala. Funeral services were held at the Cookville Baptist church at 3 p. m. Saturday, Sept. 7, conducted by Rev. 15. A. Watson, of Mt. Pleasant. Interment was in the Keith ceme- tery, Cookville, under the direct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 September 1940

\ Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR September—Go to Church Month The Citizens journal ATLANTA CASS, COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1940, He Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER THIRTY-SEVEN ¥• Bishop Boaz Holds Methodist Revival On Sunday, September 29, a re- vival will begin in the First Metho 'flfelist church with Bishop H. A. Boaz ^of Dallas doing the preaching. There will be two services daily through Sunday, October 6. Bishop Boaz is one of the best known and loved men in the Metho dist church. He was for a time president of the TexaB Women's College, Ft. Worth; later being elected president of Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex- as. At both of these posts he ren- dered valuable service to his church. He was elected bishop in 1922, while still president of S. M. U. During these years as a bishop he has rendered distinguished service both in America and in the Orien...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 September 1940

CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1^10 " LETS HELP OUR FOOTBALL TEAM Win the District Championship BE SURE AND ATTEND EVERY HOME GAME First Game Friday Night, Sept. 20 EIGHT O'CLOCK BIVINS-TRICE STADIUM Atlanta vs. ludson 1940 SEASON'S SCHEDULE HOME GAMES September 20 Judson September 27 Oil City, La. October 4 *Daingerfield October 11 Mt. Vernon October 18 "Naples October 25 Hughes Springs November 1 * New Boston November 15 Jefferson GAME AWAY FROM HOME November 21 Linden *Conference Games RABBIT STARTING LINE-UP LE Herman Davidson „ 150 lbs LT William Thompson ..170 lbs LG Charles Hanie 145 lbs or Carl Orchid 145 lbs C Reagan Albright 175 lbs (Captain) RG Harold Clayton 150 lbs RT Frank Bivins Trice .205 lbs RE Johnson Swint 165 lbs QB Alfred Brank 155 lbs. HB Johnny Decker 155 lbs HB Hardy Johnson 145 lbs or Weyland Thomas 150 lbs FB Richard Johnson 195 lbs BUY YOUR SEASON TICKET TODAY RABBITS, WE ARE BEHIND YOU 100 PER CENT FOR THE 1940 SEASO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 September 1940

„ Z3 ■—r..U— THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1940 DOUGLASSVIIjLE Mrs. Jim McCoy Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Carmichael and children of Marshall were Sun day visitors in Mrs. Emma McCoy home. Mrs. B. W. Swint was Sunday Kuest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Forsythe in Naples. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morriss drove Verona and Betty McCall to Denton Sunday where they enter college for the fall term. Mr3. Charles Lovinger Jr., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs Lula Smith, left Saturday for Lit- tle Rock, Ark., to join Mr. Lovinger Wilks Jr. Swint began his school at Almira last week. We wish you (success, Wilks Jr. Mrs. Stafford McCoy and Alice Dean were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Jim McCoy. Mrs. Sherman Inge and baby visited relatives in Texarkana last week. Mrs. Herman Prange and chil- dren are visiting her parents in Tex arkana this week. \ KIDNEY STAGNATION IS WORSE THAN CONSTIPATION! Bscause We Treat Constipation at The Onset, While We Neglect Our Kidneys Indefinately No other organ In your body !« ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 September 1940

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1<M0 JOURNAL, ATLANTA COUNTY. TEXAS CITIZENS ! 48. Students come in the office every day wanting to take up Bible. All of these are elective subjects and are not required. lanta Public school faculty, Thurs- day nignt, at 7:30 o'clock, on the SENIORS SELECT CLASS RINGS I I I I I The senior class met Wednesday to select class rings and invitations Everyone was well pleased with the beautiful designs selected. The rings are expected in six or seven weeks and will be delivered through a local jeweler. CONEYS NEW DAUGHTER That broad grin you see on Mr. Coney's face is not from some chem istry problem he plans to pull on his students. He hasn't come down to earth yet since the new addition to his family this week. She came to live with the Coney3 last Mon- day night. The Coneys have a five year old daughter, Mary Tiesta. j ed in his place at the meeting in j today's yell practice. The cheer leaders are working on ; organization of a pep squad. In ad- j dition t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 September 1940

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Atlanta Woman's Club Entertained The Atlanta Woman's Club met Thursdny afternoon Sept. 12 in the home of Mrs. Verde Richey for the first meeting of the ensuing year. The club very heartily commend- ed the splendid work of the year book committee. The programs out- lined are very outstanding and each is looked forward to with a great deal of interest. • The treasurer submitted an inter- esting report and explained briefly the financial status of the club. Mrs. Gilbert Hudson, president, gave a most inspiring talk, using as her subject, "Creative Living." Mrs. Hudson, in quoting Dr. Rich- ard Cabot of Harvard said, "The unique characteristic of all life is its power, growth and develop- ment." She urged that we as club women should endeavor to live creatively and also asked that we adopt the club's creed as our cri- terion. Mrs: Wade Aday very capably reviewed the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 September 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS = The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Poatoffice In Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mall matter. Iasued Thursday of each week. Office 2(H) East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178. SUBSCRIPTION RATES State and Foreign On© Year ... — Six Months Three Months ~ $1.50 ... 1.00 .05 (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year - - $1.00 Six Months —- — .75 Three Months .5P QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor W. M. U. The W. M. U. had a very enjoy- able afternoon, Monday, September 16, in a study of the Mission book "The Keys of the Kingdom." There were ten members pre- sent. The president made a spe- cial appeal for all members to be present next Monday. It is the regular business meeting. Please come! New Restaurant:— J. M. Hasha has opened a res- taurant in Queen City at the Stan- ley place, west of the Post Office. Welcome and success for him. F. F. A Chapter:— The Queen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 September 1940

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS bloomburg Myrtle Jones, Reporter Miss Maye Jones has entered the school of nursing at the State Baptist Hospital in Little Rock. Little Miss Cynthia Ann McKelvy of Longview spent last week with her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. C A. McKelvy. Mr. and Mrs. J M. Knowles and daughter visited Joe Knowles Jr., at Barksdale, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Humphrey and children of Lamesa, Texas, spent last week with Mrs. G. F. Patterson. The Home Economics class I of Bloomburg high school organized The Good Housekeeping Club Fri- day, Sept. 13. They elected officers follows: president Ouida Little; Sc'y-treas., Mary Louise Simmons; reporter, Mary Alice Frame; ch. program com., Marbeth Hansford; ch. social com., Betty Paulin; ch. refreshment com., O'Neal Stalcup. The club chose maroon and white as their colors; flower, gladiola and motto "Make the best better." The club will meet every fourth Friday of each month. Fourt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 September 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS I § Mrs. J. R. Cash Talks to Rotary ' The following is a talk made by Mrs. J. It. Cashf president of the P.-T. A., before the Rotary Club at a recent meeting. "Mr. Chauman: The personal touch of the pa- rents is one of the greatest needs of the modern school. It is fitting and proper, therefore, that we should from time to time focus our attention on such topics as 'Why parents should visit the public schools, what they should observe and what information they should seek.' "Many teachers and superinten- dents are deploring the seeming lack of interest on the part of pa- rents in the ordinary, everyday school activities. They say that it is easy enough to ind ice the pa- trons, and especially the parents, to come in large numDers to holi- day programs, special events, and all kinds of entertainments, but that few parents ever see the ev- ery-day work of the class-room. Of course everyone re '..zes that tlure are scores of interests, ...

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